The Beach Master and the Traffic Control Officer direct supplies on a beach in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:4 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
A training film on supply process of equipment from landing boats in the United States. Markers on a beach. Transport and cargo vessels arrive near the beach. Animation depicts the vessels beaching. Boats in assembly areas. Boats along the side of a landing craft. The Traffic Control Officer and Beach Masters are holding a cargo ticket. An Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP) taking on a cargo of rations. A red flag on a boat. The boat proceeds to boat control traffic stations. Soldiers on the beach. The Traffic Control Officer directs the flow of supplies on the beach. The Beach Master's job is to see that the supplies are unloaded quickly and efficiently. He receives a copy of the cargo ticket. The cargo ticket gives information about how much and what cargo the boat is carrying. The Traffic Control Officer dispatches boats to the beach. The boats approach the beach. They are directed by the Traffic Control Officer.
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