The recruitment and training of the SPARS in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:5 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled: 'Battle Stations' on the Coast Guardsmen and United States Coast Guard Women's Reserve (SPARS). The Coast Guardsmen fighting on the battlefront in the European Theater during the World War II. Various citations and medals of honor for the Coast Guards who died while fighting for their country. The Coast Guards marching in formation. Two Coast Guards holding U.S. flag and the flag of USCG lead the parade. Other Coast Guards hold rifles. Coast guard cutters underway at sea. A man aboard the ship watching the enemy actions through binoculars. Other man talking on radio. Smoke from explosions in the area. Dead bodies of the Coast Guards who died in the war in caskets wrapped with U.S. flags. Other Coast Guards standing nearby and salute. Recruitment of women for the job of Coast Guards in the United States. Women taking oaths. The new recruits walking towards a building with their personal belongings for their training. Women in barracks. They ride bicycles and stand at attention on the ground. Women perform drill on the ground. An aircraft parked on air base. A woman walking nearby. The woman standing in front of the building.
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