Description:07 40 06 00 Advertisement, propaganda. Speech of the sergeant Michael G. Pitts. Seen on planes which bombard plain, American soldiers take out lorries, landing. Sort of military operations. Soldiers run in the smoke. Apology of the defence and the American security. Paranoia, cold war. Sergeant surrounded with soldiers praise the merits of the American army. He clarifies that to participate in the security of its country, one can buy "American Saving Bonds". Investment, saves, economic measure. Close-up on 25 dollars bond. Call to make a national effort. Solidarity, patriotism.