The Aero Rifle Platoon of the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, stationed in Rurnberg, Germany, received a three-week course in Commando training in Kehl, Germany.
US troops arriving at training area.
US troops listening to instruction.
Various scences of US troops going through various obstacles.
SCOP: This coverage is of Commando-type training given to American soldiers.
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Background: The Aero Rifle Platoon of the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, stationed in Rurnberg, Germany, received a three-week course in Commando training in Kehl, Germany. The first week was spent in physical training. The second week, training in various tactics such as learning to cross obstacles, and the techniques of preparing for a commando raid took place. The final week was spent in perfecting the tactics.