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Historic American Basic Training Footage from WWII

Published Sept. 12, 2021

Historic footage recorded during the Second World War chronicles some of the training troops went through before they were shipped off to front-line positions.


If you've ever wondered what basic training and boot camp was like back in World War II, this video is a pretty decent look. Sure, it's not first person, high definition, full-color footage, but it's what we've got to remember it by. It's interesting to think just how much the times have changed since back then. It really makes you wonder where the military will be in another 50-years of time.


One of my favorite things to do on this project is chronicle history. It's not the most popular topic on the Funker530 project by far, but to me it's still one of the most enjoyable, entertaining, and amazing parts of the project. If you have been sleeping on the history tab, but find yourself wanting to see some of the footage taken from earlier conflicts, I highly recommend checking it out by clicking this link.


josh brooks

Published Sept. 12, 2021

Historic footage recorded during the Second World War chronicles some of the training troops went through before they were shipped off to front-line positions.


If you've ever wondered what basic training and boot camp was like back in World War II, this video is a pretty decent look. Sure, it's not first person, high definition, full-color footage, but it's what we've got to remember it by. It's interesting to think just how much the times have changed since back then. It really makes you wonder where the military will be in another 50-years of time.


One of my favorite things to do on this project is chronicle history. It's not the most popular topic on the Funker530 project by far, but to me it's still one of the most enjoyable, entertaining, and amazing parts of the project. If you have been sleeping on the history tab, but find yourself wanting to see some of the footage taken from earlier conflicts, I highly recommend checking it out by clicking this link.


josh brooks

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