U.S Army soldiers repairing a field wire and loading ammunition in trucks during World War 2
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:1 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
A film on the workings of Air Force Service Group. Their role in keeping remote air force landing strips supplied and in repairing and salvaging damaged airplanes and equipment during World War II is demonstrated. A small airplane in flight low overhead and it drops a parachute with important aerial reconnaissance photographs to an Air Service Center. Soldiers process the photographs. Other soldiers look at the photographs. Soldiers repairing a break in a field wire. A soldier keeps a watch for the enemy. Messages are send in the field with the help of the field wire and an encoding machine. Other soldiers after receiving messages typing them and decoding them. An officer looking at a document. Resources of the center are mobilized. A soldier talking over a phone. U.S. Army Ordnance Company soldiers loading and packing 50 caliber ammunition belts and loading them into boxes. The boxes are loaded in trucks.
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