Negro soldiers fly airplanes and fire artillery and other guns in a field during their training in the United States.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:3 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
A film on contributions of Negro soldiers in the U.S. Army. Negro soldiers and the WACs seated in a church in the United States. A man addresses them. A training of Negro pilots. Pilots in uniforms stand at attention. Officers meet them. The pilots salute the officers. They board airplanes. The airplanes take off and in flight overhead. The airplanes fly in formation. A Negro pilot in the cockpit of an aircraft. The airplanes fly over clouds. Soldiers in military vehicles advance along a field in a snow covered area. Other soldiers fire artillery and other heavy guns in a field. Some of the soldiers seated aboard tanks. Other soldiers seated on the field. They advance towards the field. Smoke from firing and bombardment. Engineers construct a pontoon bridge. Troops move along the bridge. A soldier works on an electric pole. Cavalry advances on a battlefield. Mechanized vehicles advance. Smoke rises from firing. Infantry advances. Soldiers fire anti aircraft guns. Infantrymen lying in prone position fire rifles. They advance.
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