A tank commander signaling to a driver and directing a tank in the United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:4 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
A training film depicts functions of army tanks in the United States. A tank parked on a field. The tank commander directs the driving of the tank. He stands in front of the tank and gives signals to the driver. The driver starts the engine. The tank commander signals the driver to move forward. Trees in the background. The commander signals right or left to change the direction. He walks in the field. The tank moves. He stops the tank by giving a halt signal. He gives signals to move forward. The tank commander aboard the tank. He touches the left shoulder of the driver with his feet to indicate to the driver to move left. He taps repeatedly on the driver's back to indicate to stop. The clutch paddle is depressed by the driver and the tank is stopped. The parking brake located near the driver seat is pressed. The driver starting the engine.
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