Dramatization: Rogers' Rangers fight during the French Indian War and soldiers advance during the American Revolution
United States USA Date:1955 Duration:4 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
Actor Vic Morrow, who plays role of Sergeant Saunders on TV series, "Combat" speaks about his experience during his visit as a guest of the Commanding General at the U.S. Army Infantry School at Fort Benning in Georgia. He speaks about famous Infantry units, beginning with the Rogers' Rangers during the French Indian War in 1756. Dramatized scenes with reenactors show the rangers running through a forest during the French And Indian War. They advance and snare a sleeping Native American Indian and then battle with a North American Indian tribe. Scenes of cobblers, blacksmiths, farmers and bookkeepers joining the army to fight against Britain during the American Revolution. They advance on the battlefield during the American Revolution. Sketches depict infantrymen advancing during a war.
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