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British Carrier Ops in the Pacific NEW!
Tactical Airlift of Caparral Air Defense Systems
Medium Bombardment & Attack with the B-25
WW2 Navy Ordinancemen
Combat America Bombing Missions with Clark Gable
The Capture of U-505
Body Search for WW2 Secret Agents
The General George S Patton Story
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British Carrier Operations in the Pacific HD NEW!
Exclusive Edition! Corsairs, F6F Hellcats, TBF Avengers & more operating from HMS Victorious and HMS Indomitable in the Pacific Theater in 1944-45. Includes dramatic takeoffs, landings, along with pilot and flight deck crew activities. Rare footage of a Fairey Barracuda too
Fast Tactical Airlift of Chaparral Air Defense Systems-1977 HD NEW!
The MIM-72A/M48 Chaparral was a U.S Army self-propelled surface-to-air missile system using the AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missile. Its tracked carrier was based on the M113 series of vehicles. It entered service with the United States Army in 1969 and was phased out between 1990 and 1998. It was intended to be part of a rapid deployment combined arms team including Tanks, APCs, dune buggies, mobile artillery and close support aircraft. This training film shows how to detach the M54 Launching Station from the M730 carrier for rapid transport airlift by a Boeing Ch-47 Chinook Helicopter to an advanced position.
Medium Bombardment & Attack with the B-25
This unique film was made to indoctrinate B-25 & A-20 medium bomber squadrons transitioning from Europe to the Pacific, with a focus on the North American B-25. These groups were primarily tasked with ground and anti ship attacks, inflicting huge losses on Japanese forces, far out of proportion to their numbers. Great footage of extremely low level actions! Covers operating in the tropics, squadron staff duties, planning missions, converting B-25s for ground attack and tactics for land & sea attacks "on the deck.
World War 2 U.S. Navy Aviation Ordinancemen
Bullets Bombs & Torpedoes
Aviation Ordinancemen 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.
Combat America
Clark Gable & the Men of the 351st BG Go to War
€Gable tells the story of the men of the 351st Bombardment group, flying from the cool early morning mists of Colorado to the frigid skies over Germany. His affection and admiration for these men comes through loud and clear. This film is like a Kodachrome album out of the past, giving us snapshots of life on a front line American bomber base in the U.K. in 1943.
The Capture of U-505
This film takes a memorable look at World War II advanced anti-submarine operations. In June, 1944, Task Force "Guadalcanal," commanded by Captain Daniel V. Gallery, composed of the escort aircraft carrier USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60), and five destroyer escorts under the Commander Frederick S. Hall were on station off the Cape Verde Islands, where code intercepts placed German U-Boats. From the outset of the mission, Gallery made it his objective to capture a U-boat, intact, the first for the US Navy, so that it could be examined in detail by American intelligence.
Body Search
How to Search a World War 2 Secret Agent
From the C.I.A. Archives, "Confidential" and never shown to the public. 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
The General George S Patton Story
Narrated by Ronald Reagan
Patton graduated from West Point in 1909. He first saw action during the Pancho Villa Expedition in Mexico in 1916, the first US military action using motor vehicles. He joined the new US Tank Corps of the AEF in World War I. He commanded the U.S. tank school in France before being wounded in action. Between the wars, Patton was a key figure in developing the principles of armored warfare. Rising through the ranks, he commanded the U.S. 2nd Armored Division at the U.S. entry into World War II. Under Eisenhower, Patton helped plan the invasion of French North Africa in Operation Torch in the summer of 1942, commanding the Western Task Force of 33,000 men in 100 ships in the Casablanca landings. And that's only the beginning of his story!
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