Rare D Day color film
OSS Weapons Film – Caccolube - Gritty Material That Ruins Insides Of Internal Combustion Engines Through Oil Intake
Both pilots died In this crash
Flak Training for Pilots in WW 2
India-based B-24 Liberators of the 493rd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 10th Air Force, drop radio-controlled Azon bombs on Pegu-Martaban Railroad bridges in Burma on January 29, 1945. A bright flare on each bomb's tail allows it to be followed by eye to the target. The bombardier operates a toggle to move the Azon's tail fins and thus guide the bomb's path with great accuracy. Photography by 10th AAF Combat Camera Unit. Source: Record Group 18, CS 3117, National Archives II. Copy from original film converted to VHS then to VCD.
WWII Japanese Kamikaze Attacks in Color. Just a few color clips of WWII Japanese Kamikaze pilots attacking U.S. ships.