Training, drill, and parade exercises for U.S. Navy sailor recruits at Naval Station Great Lakes during World War I
Great Lakes Illinois USA Date:1917 Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Navy sailors in training at a parade field of the Great Lakes Naval training station north of Chicago Illinois. The sailors march in formation. Smoke from a chimney in the background. Buildings in the foreground. A sailor blows a bugle. The sailors carrying rifles march beside troops. They stand at attention in formation. They stand in ranks and go through a rifle drill. They put bayonets on rifles and perform drill. They put the bayonets in scabbards. Men march and stand in a rank. They stack rifles and move backwards. Some of them move forward and pick up the rifles.
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