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365th Fighter Group Hell Hawk P-47s NEW RESTORATION
Searching a WW2 Secret Agent NEW
WW2 USN Ordnancemen
River Patrol in the Mekong Delta
Hap Arnold's AAF Report AAF
B-24 Liberators over Europe
Mission to Rabaul
Polaris Submarines
365th Fighter Group "Hell Hawks" & their P-47 Thunderbolts NEW HD Restoration!
Exclusive Documentary! Col. Ray J Stecker leads the men of the 386th, 387th, and 388th Fighter Squadrons into action. Watch extensive color footage of the 365th Thunderbolts in their forward bases in France and Belgium and exciting air-to- air and air-to-ground attacks, including rare gun camera film of the shoot down of a Messerschmidt Me 262 jet fighter!
Body Search NEW
How to Search a World War 2 Secret Agent
From the C.I.A. Archives. In "Body Search" an O.S.S training film, a courier is caught, arrested and thoroughly searched by experts in a fictitious country "Enemiarea." You'll learn how to hide & find things like microfilm dots on the body, on articles of clothing, and in everyday possessions like eye glasses and paper currency. And just as important, you'll get tips on how to avoid being arrested, maintaining your cover story and avoid giving away hiding places through speech and gestures during interrogation.
World War 2 U.S. Navy Aviation Ordnancemen
Bullets Bombs & Torpedoes
This films is an amazing look behind the scenes at what made the US Navy's Air Arm tick during World War 2. Aviation Ordnancemen handled all aspects of naval aircraft weapons systems, including installation, maintenance and arming & loading See them bore sight the guns on a F6F Hellcat and load it up it with 50 caliber rounds, arm and mount a 1,000 pound bomb on an SBD Dauntless dive bomber, load a a torpedo into a TBF Avenger, mount a torpedo under the wing of a Coronado amphibious bomber and more.
River Patrol
US Navy Mekong River Delta Operations - 1967
The USS Harnett County (LST-821) served as a floating base in the China Sea for PCF swift boat and helicopter patrol operations in the Mekong River Delta during the Vietnam War. The labyrinthine Delta was a hot zone in the war against well organized Viet Cong insurgents, immortalized by the film "Apocalypse Now." This beautifully photographed film is the real thing -- a "slice of life" documentary showing daily operations aboard the Harnett County and exciting action on swift boat river patrols & Huey helocipter gunship ground support missions.
The AAF Report
Hap Arnold reports on worldwide US Air Force operations 1944
The AAF Report is an in depth film presentation on the state of the Army Air Force prepared by the Office of Strategic Services (forerunner to the C.I.A.) and delivered to the American people by Air Force C-in-C General Hap Arnold in early 1944. We know of no better picture of the organization and operation of the US Air Force in the midst of World War 2. You'll take a tour of all of all 15 "Air Forces" in operation at the time, spread around the World, from the 5th in the South Pacific to the 8th in the U.K to the 15th in the Mediterranean to the 14th in China and many more.
This is a remarkable film produced by the Eighth Air Force from combat camera footage showing B-24s in action over Europe. From Ploesti to Berlin, you'll discover memorable Liberator scenes not found anywhere else, including pulse pounding air attacks. You'll see B-24 crews up close too, along with their ships.
Mission to Rabaul
Rabaul, a large natural harbor on the eastern end of the huge Island of New Britain (located northeast of New Guinea in the Southwest Pacific) was an essential strategic linchpin for the Japanese from which they could project their forces throughout the region. They poured tens of thousands of troops, hundreds of airplanes, and thousands of tons of supplies and material into this base to make it a mighty fortress. The Allies' brilliant solution to the Rabaul conundrum was to isolate it, slowly starve it and bypass it -- rather than assault it directly. Action packed air combat footage!
Man and the FBM
The US Navy deploys its 1st Polaris Ballistic Missile Subs
USS George Washington (SSBN-598) –the lead ship of US Navy's first class of Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines - was the first operational nuclear-powered strategic multi-missile under water launch capable submarine in the World. With 16 Polaris A-1 missiles which had a range of 1,000 miles it entered service in December 1959 and conducted the first active patrol November 1960-January 1961. This fascinating film shows the story in graphic detail of the development, construction, testing and deployment of both the revolutionary new subs and their missiles.

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