U.S. Army Engineers and the part they played in the preparations for the atomic bomb tests on Bikini Island, Marshall Islands. Ships and small crafts underway. Engineer personnel move for the final installation. Security guard registers every person. Engineers install blast measuring devices on ground. They set up many instruments to be used during tests. An engineer climbs up domestic control station . Engineers in chow line and take food in plates. They eat food. They swim, play during for relaxation. They attend religious services. Engineers make concrete structures and paint a wall. Engineer places pressure gauge in a bunker. Engineers place electronic device underground and cover it with mud by using shovels. They lay steel cables in hook on a road. The aircraft carrying safety crew lands on the road. Front end loader is driven. Aircraft takes off. Engineers stack up the pile. An engineer protects devices from radiation effect by sealing it and closes station door.
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