U.S. Military Police experts at work in the Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Fort Gordon, Georgia, United States.
Georgia United States USA Date:1962 Duration:2 min 59 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the U.S. Army Military Police at U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Fort Gordon, Georgia, United States. A sign: 'U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Commanding Officer , Document and Fingerprint Section, Administrative and Firearm section'. SP-6 Holford, at his desk, examines a pistol. He shows how each weapon barrel creates distinct markings on bullets. Chief Warrant Officer-4, R.F. Roscoe at his desk. He moves to the laboratory, where he applies flame to a weapon, bringing out fingerprints on it. Laboratory personnel demonstrate use of other devices, including special photographic equipment, used to link weapons to crimes.
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