U.S. troops fire artillery guns at enemy positions on the front lines in Germany during World War II.
Germany Date:1944 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. troops battle enemy in Germany during World War II. A convoy of U.S. trucks towing artillery and loaded with U.S. troops advance along a dirt road past a German village. An antiaircraft gun is mounted on one of the trucks. Gun crew on a half-track armored vehicle advances along the dirt road. They move up a mountain road and then negotiate rough terrain near a stream.. The trucks come to a halt in a clearing near forests, where they set up firing positions. Soldiers unload munitions and prepare guns. One of the guns has the name, "Buckaroo" painted on it. They load belts of 50 caliber machine gun ammunition into some of the guns. A Lieutenant stands looking at his wrist watch and then gives the command to fire. All the guns commence firing at high rates and continue firing into the night, when tracer rounds can be seen.
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