MP trainees receive training and practice judo, shooting and are instructed at Fort Gordon in Georgia, United States.
Georgia United States USA Date:1962 Duration:3 min 25 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the U.S. Army Military Police at Fort Gordon in Georgia, United States. Military Police (MP) trainees stand at attention with their duffel bags. One candidate is instructed to break ranks and enter a nearby building for an interview. Signs: 'Initial processing', 'Station 7, Interview'. The soldier enters a room, salutes an officer and sits. Soldiers stand at attention and march on a road led by a soldier carrying an unknown flag. A band of military police play musical instruments. MPs practice shooting at a firing range. They practice judo and drive jeeps on narrow paths with obstacles. The MPs are seated in a class room and are instructed by an officer.
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