U.S. Signal corps recruits operate a field radio and lay telephone wires on a field in the United States.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:3 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
A training film on the wartime and peacetime activities of the U.S. Signal Corps. U.S. Signal Corps recruits disembark on a beach from landing barges. The recruits set up and operate a field radio, and transmit the range observations to artillerymen via radio. The men send blinker signals from a warship offshore. They lay telephone wires by aircraft and truck. The telegraph and telephone poles are erected. The Chief Signal Officer seated at his desk. The Pentagon signal center. Men working in the signal center. 'Traffic Control Army Command and Administration System' written on a board. The transmission system of the message.
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