The Signal Corps recruits being trained and study communication equipment in the United States.
United States USA Date:1947 Duration:4 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
A training film titled: 'Pro Patria Vigilans' on the wartime and peacetime activities of the U.S. signal Corps. United States Army General Douglas MacArthur aboard the U.S. Army battleship USS Missouri during the Japanese surrender ceremonies in 1945. Aircraft flying in formation overhead. Antiaircraft guns directed towards the aircraft. Signal Corps recruits train at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. The recruits dive and swim across water. The soldiers attend lecture by an officer. A sign reads: 'Field Radio Course'. Men working in the radio room and are trained. An officer training the soldiers with the help of a model. The coastal defense training of the soldiers. The soldiers study the communication equipment. An aircraft takes off and lands near the message center. A sign outside the building reads: 'Master Message Center'. Officers seated at a desk, discussing a map.
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