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Army public-service films mix Signal Corps archival footage with occasional dramatic vignettes to depict historic battles, training methods and the use of military technology.
A search-and-destroy mission in Vietnam.
Rebuilding Alaska after the 1964 earthquake.
An operation launched in the Pacific during World War II.
Transporting troops and machinery.
A combat night patrol in action.
The Americal Division---from World War II to Vietnam.
Part 6: preparations for the D-day invasion of France.
Protecting the GI from Panama's heat.
Educational opportunities in the Army.
The first 40 days of the Korean War.
The Pentagon's Hall of Heroes, where the lives of Medal of Honor winners are reviewed.
Foreign-language instruction for servicemen.
U.S. forces in Korea, Alaska, Germany and the Caribbean.
The effects of hurricanes and floods.
The Third Infantry Regiment and the U.S. Army Band perform.
The American soldier in Panama.
U.S. Army missiles.
The role of aviation in aiding ground-combat forces.
Part 2. The history of aviation.
The career of Gen. Douglas MacArthur is highlighted.
The armed forces of Iran. Narrated by Mike Wallace.
The Army's volunteer bomb-disposal units.
"The Song of the Soldier"---from the Revolutionary War to Vietnam.
The role of the tank in combat and training.
Military-police activities in Europe.
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