U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps overseas supply from port of debarkations to division distributing points in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:1 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
United States Army Quartermaster Corps overseas supply procedure in the United States. A pictorial representation of Quartermaster Corps overseas supplies reaching a port of debarkation. Quartermaster Corps unload supplies from a ship. A crane carrying loads of supplies at the port. A pictorial representation of Quartermaster Corps running the system of supply through communication zone to combat zone. Quartermaster Corps in a combat zone. The corps in a line beside a truck. The U.S. Army soldiers line up to take a shower. A train moving on a track. Trucks moving on a road. Boxes of supplies waiting to be picked up. The corps standing beside the boxes. Representation of a base depot near a port of debarkation where more perishable items are stored. Meat hung in the depot. An open air depot where less perishable items are stored. Stacks of materials in the depot. A truck moving away from the area. A pictorial representation of supplies being taken by rail, truck or boat from base depots to advance depots. Dummy depots to confuse enemy aircraft. Pictorial representation of supplies being taken from advance depots to regulating stations to maintain the regularity of supplies to combat divisions. Rail cars moving on a rail track and people in view. Representation of supplies being moved to a rail head. The supplies are moved from the rail head to the combat zone and by trucks to division distributing points.
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