The Big Picture - The Eyes and Ears of the Army
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(Nov 15, 2007)
From the U.S. Army's "The Big Picture" television series, 1950-1975.
Contributing so much to making our Army the most modern in the world, the Signal Corps in its role as THE EYES AND EARS OF THE ARMY uses the latest techniques, devices and skills to supply communications and other facilities. Without the Signal Corps, our modern mobile fighting machine would not be possible. This program of THE BIG PICTURE follows the men of the Signal Corps to the front lines. The Signal Corps assists the Air Force and Navy in their communications, as well as supplying equipment and men for the Army. The Signal Corps maintains some of the world's finest engineers in its laboratories and contributes many items for civilian, as well as military use. This series of programs, THE BIG PICTURE, was produced by the Signal Corps, using film photographed by its cameramen in Korea and elsewhere in the Army.
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