"Army Navy Screen Magazine" films were regularly shown to American Armed Forces personnel, depicting what was happening on all fronts during World War 2. Not meant to be detailed documentaries, these short pieces were produced in inspiring, breezy "Life Magazine" style highlights, using dramatic cinematography to engage audiences. As such, they're a treasure trove of memorable "you are there" high impact footage. This edition shows what America's Allies, "The Brits," were up to, with exciting scenes of R.A.F. Douglas "Bostons" (aka A-20 "Havocs") screaming in over the Continent for a tree top level strike targets in Germany.