Produced by the Army Pictorial Center as part of The Big Picture television series, the 1963 episode (TV 572) “Command Decision” recaps the decision by Allied leaders to launch Operation Dragoon. Operation Dragoon (initially Operation Anvil) wFeatured
Made in the 1950s by the Shell Oil Co., this film "History of the Helicopter" features a look at the revolutionary machine that, at the time the film was made, had only recently come into wide use. The film features a brief look back at some of the failed
Created in 1944 and presented by Hollywood motion picture studio United Artists, and released by the United States Navy, “The World In Action — Fortress Japan” opens with a flashback to Tokyo on December 7, 1941, and the narrator repeati
Views of Free China, its industry, and its ports (0:14-1:16). The Japanese empire subjugated China (1:17-1:19). Rice paddy (1:31-1:34). The Chinese primitive irrigation system (1:35-1:47). The Kunming base in China, home of the 14th Air Force and the FlyiFeatured
Some of the B-24's in the film: Raunchy Big Fat Mama T'ings Is Tuff Description at the National Archives: "This film presents a look into the effectiveness of the B-24 Liberators and the men who flew them. The film highlights the ability of this particulaFeatured
Dating to 1953, ARCTIC RAMPART shows Thule, the U.S. air base in Greenland that was constructed in secrecy as part of Operation Blue Jay. After World War II, Air Force planners began to examine the feasibility of establishing a bomber base at Thule. The r
Private Snafu is the title character of a series of black-and-white American instructional cartoon shorts, ironic and humorous in tone, that were produced between 1943 and 1945 during World War II. The films were designed to instruct service personnel aboFeatured
Private SNAFU ('Situation Normal, All Fouled Up) cartoons made by the US Army Signal Corps to educate and boost the morale the troops. Originally created by Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss) and Phil Eastman, most of the cartoons were produced by Warner BrotherFeatured
Private SNAFU WWII training film on booby traps. Because this was originally aimed at US soldiers. Expect there to be a visual pun related to the films title.
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Among all the fighter planes of World War II, the P-51 Mustang and the Messerschmitt Me-109 fly at the top of the list. The 109 provided the backbone of German fighter forces. And when the Mustang entered service, it riddled Germany with bombing raids. SeFeatured
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The Japanese like their zeros to attack in formations of three; the U.S. preferred to work with multiples of two.
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At the beginning of the Korean War, U.S. planes devastate North Korean ground forces. But everything changes when North Korea unveils its new secret weapon.Featured
Bud Anderson remembers the ground crew who looked after his P-51 Mustang.Featured
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Compilation of air combat footage in color from WWII. Some quick pics: 1:20 AA gun flak fire 2:10 bombers going down 3:05 bombing runs 4:12 fighters attack 5:30 WWII fighter pilot Steve Pisanos about dog fighting http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Pisanos
In the European and Pacific theaters of World War II, the P-51 Mustang became one of the conflict's most successful and recognizable aircraft. The episode portrays aerial battles fought by Donald S. Bryan, Robert Scamara, and Richard Candelaria against GeFeatured
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The Fight for the Sky is a short propaganda film commissioned by the US government to highlight the victories of the Allied air forces over Europe prior to the Normandy invasion. It is narrated by actor Ronald Reagan. Opening with shots of aerial combat oFeatured
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Living historians joined Soldiers and civilians from U.S. Army Central for a celebratory run and cake cutting at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., June 14, 2018, to honor the Army's 243rd birthday.
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Video of an encounter between US and Iranian naval forces that took place on January 6, 2008. It is edited footage as the recording is five minutes and the encounter was 20 minutes. It was taped by US DoD Central Command and is believed to be in the Publi
A Link TV original production that explores Islam in an age when Muslim extremists are laying claim to the religion. Veteran NPR and PBS journalist, Ray Suarez, hosts a provocative roundtable discussion with American Muslim scholars and, via satellite, Mi
Confiscated Weapons fired for the last time before being blown up by EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)Featured
United States Naval Photographic Center film #4951. National Archives description "1) AV Formation B-25 in flight.2) CU Bombs fall from B-25.3) AV Bombs explode on target-SV.4) MS A-20s in flight.5) AV Bombs burst on target-SV.6) AV B-17s in flight, vapor
Made during World War II as an industrial incentive film -- a propaganda film made to encourage war plant workers in their daily tasks -- ANGEL IN OVERALLS presents a look at the construction and performance of the Lockheed P-38 "Lightning". The film show
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Probably produced by the Canadian government as part of their outreach to French speaking citizens during WWII, this 1943-44 newsreel (a French version of an English original) features various segments. Predominately about supply, logistics and transporta
The Doolittle Raid, April 18, 1942, was the first air raid by the United States to strike the Japanese home island of Honshu during World War II. The mission was notable since it was the only time in U.S. Military history that United States Army Air Force
Created during World War II, "The Aftermath of War Production" was created to educate the American public and government officials about the potential financial disaster that might occur after the end of WWII, when millions of surplus goods might be dumpe
Complex and disturbing anti-Japanese propaganda film produced to spur the sale of U.S. war bonds. CONTENT ADVISORY: Explicit racism and extreme violence.
This historic German educational film shows flights of sailplanes or gliders. After World War I many gliders were built for sporting purposes in Germany, because of post-WWI regulations forbidding the construction and flight of motorized planes. As a resu
United Newsreel (U.S. Office of War Information) news from 1942: Everybody Joins U.S. War Effort Plants Speed Anti-Aircraft Guns [Chrysler] RAF Blasts Nazis Day and Night! National Archives description "Part 1, shows celebrities in military service (Jacki
This instructional film made by the Royal Air Force describes the Mark XII aircraft launched torpedo, used by Fleet Air Arm and RAF Coastal Command. There have been a number of 18 inch torpedoes in service with the United Kingdom. These have been used on
Apparently dating to the Korean War era, this fascinating film describes how aircraft were used to rapidly evacuate wounded soldiers from remote bases to stateside facilities so that they can receive hospital care quickly. The setting of the film is the S
This fascinating silent color film from World War II shows a variety of rockets produced by the United States for use in the conflict. Many of these weapons were developed at Caltech, and the film shows some of the work done there to perfect these systems
This silent German educational film shows the construction of a Bücker Bü 181 Bestmann aircraft, one of the Luftwaffe's standard training airplanes throughout WWII. The prototype Bü 181 (D-ERBV) made its maiden flight in February 1939 wit
This WWII Ministry of Information film shows the Ack Ack gun crew using their mobile gun. The narrator speaks about the diverse backgrounds of the recruits, and discusses how the gun (most likely a 40mm Bofors cannon) can fire a shell up to 30,000 feet. A
USAF film SPF-31/31 (Special Film Project #31/31) National Archives description "Summary: Covers activities of the 5lst Fighter Interceptor Wing under the command of Col Francis S. Gabreski. Shows Korean natives engaged in daily activities and GSAP footag
United States Navy film #MN-4273 Here's Your Letter, Sailor!Illustrates the operation of V-Mail in the U.S. Navy. Shows how mail is delivered to ships, and explains the proper format to use to address letters so they don't go in the Nixie pile. I can't fi
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