U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps filler depots, reserve depots, manufacturing depots and remount depots in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:3 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
United States Army Quartermaster Corps depots in the United States. A port in the United States. Men at work in the port. The port of embarkation, during World War I, filled with the supplies for the soldiers being sent by the manufacturer due to the lack of sufficient depots for storage of supplies. Cars carry supplies to New York port. A map of the United States shows filler depots at ports of embarkation across the nation. A pictorial representation of New York port, being huge, taking supplies from three nearest filler depots. Another map shows reserve depots in four locations. Manufacturing depots in two locations - Philadelphia where clothing is manufactured and Jeffersonville hardware is manufactured. A manufacturing depot in which women sew different clothing. Workers at equipment in a manufacturing depot. The Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot where items are manufactured and which is also a reserve depot for clothing. Rolled flags in wheel carts hauled by workmen in the depot. Workers during the inscription work of insignias on the flags. View of the insignia. Horses moving in columns on a path. Newly purchased horses and mules trained in areas provided by the Quartermaster Corps. Dogs bred in an area. The corps with the dogs. A map of the United States shows remount depots in three locations.
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