Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States.
RIVER CROSSING OPERATIONS ARE AMONG THE MOST DIFFICULT AND RISKY MANEUVERS FACING AN ARMED FORCE. THIS FILM DEMONSTRATES THE ROLE OF COMBAT MILITARY POLICE IN MAINTAINING MAXIMUM CONTROL OF PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT WITHIN CROSSING AREAS. THE PLANNING PHASE, TRAFFIC HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES, DUTIES OF MPS AT CIRCULATION CONTROL POINTS, HOLDING AREAS, AND ASSISTING WITH EMPLACEMENT OF MOBILE ASSAULT BRIDGES INDICATE THE MANY-FACETED RESPONSIBILITIES OF MILITARY POLICE DURING THIS TACTICAL OPERATION. From the Training Films of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer.
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