Soldiers of the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team (comprising Americans of Japanese ancestry) are seen on the day they complete their basic training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, during World War 2. Closeups of 442nd officers and brief glimpse of some of the soldiers. Brigadier General George M. Halloran, Commandant of Camp Shelby, and a Colonel, chat with officers of the 442nd, following the ceremony marking completion of their unit's basic training. Panning closeups of them all. The Colonel calls them to attention, and he and General Halloran dismiss them with exchanged salutes. Halloran then personally shakes hands with each of the officer. Closeups of the General and the Colonel.
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