U.S. 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron camp communications in World War II
Australia Date:1943, May 28 Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
View of tents comprising base camp of the U.S. 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron in Australia during World War 2. An airman drives a jeep up to the Operations hut and enters. He returns to his jeep, carrying a large envelope, and drives away. More views of the Squadron camp, with wash drying on a clothes line near some tents. Next, an airman is seen inside a hut talking on a radio. He then begins transmitting a message using a telegraph key.
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