A patrol sergeant inspects military policemen before they leave for town patrolling in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:6 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
A training film 'Military Police Town Patrolling' on functions of military policemen during a town patrolling in the United States. Soldiers wade ashore. Smoke from firing and bombardment on a battlefield. Soldiers aboard jeeps and trucks. A military policeman directs traffic. MPs handle prisoners of war. The prisoners are marched. They guard supplies in a supply line. They also patrol captured towns. Buildings along a street side. Vehicles drive past on the street. Men playing on a field. Houses in the background. MPs stand in a line. An officer inspects them. He inspects their uniforms. The officer talks to a military policeman. They march. The MPs are headquartered in a local police station. The MPs enter the police station. Interior of the police station. A desk sergeant at work. The MPs with a criminal. The desk sergeant takes information from him. The criminal is then put behind the bars. The MPs stand in a line at attention in the police station. A patrol sergeant inspects them. He instructs them about town patrol. He says that they should help soldiers whenever they need help and should maintain order and should coordinate with them.
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