Soldiers of the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team (comprising Americans of Japanese ancestry) being trained by their own non-commissioned officers in World War 2. A group of 442nd soldiers stands in formation near a barracks. They all render a hand salute as their color guard passes with the American flag. Scene shifts to a Platoon of 442nd soldiers. Their Platoon Leader orders them to dress right and adjust their positions. Next he orders them to salute. He then moves along the formation, checking and occasionally correcting a soldiers hand position. Closeups of individual soldiers as the Platoon Leader makes small adjustments in their salutes. Next, a larger formation of soldiers stands at attention, including one holding a unit guidon. As a three-man color guard passes, all salute.
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