Recruits drill and play different games during their training at a camp in the United States.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:5 min 15 sec Sound:Yes
A film on contributions of Negro soldiers in the U.S. Army. Training of recruits in a camp in the United States. A man takes measurements for shoes for the recruits. An officer addresses them. He speaks about the uniform they have to put on during the training. Negro soldiers put on their uniforms. They entrain for another camp. The train moves along a railway track. A woman reads a letter her son has written to her about his training. Recruits get off trucks. An officer speaks to them. The recruits are instructed about the correct arrangement of beds. The recruits drill. Buildings in the background. The recruits hit target boards with rifles. They play different games. The recruits box in a ring. Other recruits watch them. Negro women WACs march during their training at a camp. They stand in formation. The WACs seated in jeeps moving along a field. The recruits and the WACs dance in a hall. Men drill.
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