The Royal Australian Armoured Corps (AC 141)
|Title||The Royal Australian Armoured Corps (AC 141)|
|Object type||Short film|
|Maker||Defence Public Relations (DPR) (Cinematographer)|
|Place made||Australia: Victoria, Puckapunyal|
|Physical description||16mm/colour (Kodachrome)/sound|
|Measurement||14 min 19 sec|
|Video||Download video 62.79 MB|
A Defence Public Relations promotional film on the activities within the Royal Australian Armoured Corps at Puckapunyal, VIC. The training of recruits on weapons, tactics, wireless sets, Ferret Scout cars and Centurion tanks. Film conlcudes with a battle field exercise.
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