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Now Playing - December Features
P-47 Folly Part 2 NEW
Don't Talk! NEW
362 Fighter Group Thunderbolts Attack
Tunisian Victory
Faces of Rescue
The Battleship Wisconsin in Action
School for Danger
USN Carrier Planes in the Korean War
"P-47 Folly" Pilot Safety Training (Part 2) NEW
This film series, produced by the U.S. Army Air Force, was shown to training instructors to prevent "avoidable" accidents during advanced P-47 flight school. Last month we featured part 3. This is Part 2 in the series and covers: Retracting landing gear on the ground; Improper tank selection leading to gasoline starvation; Colliding with a towed target; Flying too low under a low ceiling & crashing into the water, and Overshooting the runway.
Don't Talk- The Enemy is Listening! NEW
G-Men are called in to investigate an explosion at an important defense plant during World War 2 in this fictionalized account. You'll see them use then state of the art photographic, forensic and chemical analysis to hunt down the perpetrators, in this case a German espionage spy ring centered around intelligence gathered by Beulah, a "femme fatale" waitress in “The Elite Cafe," where plant workers congregate.
The 362nd Fighter Group - On the prowl over Germany
I created this original documentary on the 362nd Fighter Group from unedited archival footage that I digitally restored. IMHO, its some of the most exciting P-47 Thunderbolt action to come out of World War 2! Wherever possible, I Identified the pilots, locations and aircraft.This is an updated edition of the documentary that I produced on the 362nd Fighter Group 8 years ago. I've added sound effects from real P-47s & .50 cal machine guns, tightened up the edit & added some new info.
Tunisian Victory - The Final Defeat of Rommel's Africa Korps
This is the climactic chapter in the defeat of Rommel's Afrika Korps told in an epic, wide ranging presentation full of memorable scenes. An American-British feature length co-production in very good black and white film, which I digitally restored. Told through a combination of striking footage, high powered narration by Burgess Meridith and others, extensive captured German film and first hand accounts from the participants.
Faces of Rescue
A downed F-105 pilot is air rescued from the Vietnamese jungle
F-105 flight leader Lt. James Devoss gives a dramatic account of his rescue, severely injured, from enemy held jungle during the Vietnam War. You'll hear the story of his last mission from takeoff through pickup by a CH-3 "Jolly Green Giant" helicopter after being shot down, including actual footage. You'll also see all aspects of a well planned and executed "search and rescue" operation that saved so many lives during that conflict..
Floating Fortress - The Battleship Wisconsin in Action
This is a unique look inside an Iowa class battleship, the U.S.S. Wisconsin, during the Korean Conflict. Essentially unchanged from World War 2, the Wisconsin provided fire support for amphibious landings and inland battles, hurling 16 inch shells 20 miles. The Wisconsin was a floating city at work. You'll see all aspects of daily operations including inside the gun turret in action, on the bridge, the fire control center, messes, bakeries, butcher shops, the PX, print shop, the engine room and much more.
School for Danger
S.O.E. & the French Resistance Fight the German Occupation
This is one the most exciting World War 2 espionage films you'll see. What's unique is that the characters play themselves performing the roles they executed during World War 2 -- from British secret agents to French Resistance fighters to special mission RAF pilots and operational commanders. This remarkable film on British S.O.E.(Special Operations Executive) wartime espionage operations in occupied France was shot on location after the Liberation. The film is a composite recreation of actual operations combined into one story line.
U.S. Navy Carrier Planes in Action in the Korean War
Operating strategically off the Korean coast from the first to last days of the Korean conflict, aircraft flying off the highly mobile, invulnerable carriers of the US 7th Fleet provided an irreplaceable component in United Nations force's offensive and defensive operations. This film, produced by the Department of the Navy, gives an historical summary of the role played by carrier forces as told through dramatic, first person documentary footage of carrier operations and gun camera film. You'll see McDonnell F2H Banshees, Grumman F9F Panthers, Douglas AD-1 Sky Raiders and World War II vintage Vought F4Us on the deck, in the air, and pounding targets.

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