An American army unit is trapped behind German lines in a small town by a German counterattack. The unit's commander discovers that there is a spy in town among the civilian population who is providing the Germans with military information. Written by
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When asked about this movie, Burt Reynolds
replied, "'Armored Command' is one of the first pictures in which Howard Keel
had a non-singing role. He should've sung; we need all the help we can get." See more
Several sequences of action are repeated during the final battle scene. See more