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War Machines & Weapons
Atomic Journeys - Welcome to Ground Zero
Battle Hell Vietnam
This shows you choppers, air strikes and air troops and the tough, savage combinations that changed the face of modern warfare.
COSMETIC GELCOAT & FIBERGLASS REPAIR
Day After Trinity
This video is a haunting journey through the dawn of the nuclear age, an incisive history of humanity's most dubious achievement and the man behind it J. Robert Oppenheimer, principal architect of the atomic bomb.
The most popular gun video ever made is used by CIA, FBI, U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps and over 600 law enforcement agencies. It features fascinating demonstrations of a wide variety of weapons in a no-nonsense, professional manner. Most interesting are the debunking of many common gun myths about such things as bullet penetration and "knockdown" power, use of silencers and the effectiveness of full auto fire. Excellent for both novice and the experienced.
Enola Gay and The Atomic Bombing of Japan
The complete story of the missions to Hiroshima and Nagasaki is revealed. Dramatic, never-before-seen footage, much of it taken by the Army Air Corps and the crew members themselves, show each step of the effort to end the war, from weapons development to the horrific aftermath in the devastated cities. Also features the recollections of surviving crew members, making it the most genuine account of the missions that changed history.
Ironclads: The Monitor & The Merrimac
Ironclads tells the story of the two astonishing vessels that fought the most memorable naval battle of the Civil War and forever revolutionized maritime warfare.
Knights and Armor
Follow the incredible true story of the Quintessential Knight, Sir William Marshal, as "Knights and Armor" travels to battlegrounds and ancient courts to tell the glorious tale of knighthood. On-site reconstructions at storied medieval grounds help to awaken the life and times of these gallant warriors.
Missiles of October
In October 1962, the world stood on the brink of destruction for 13 nerve-shattering days. Utilizing all available historical records, this video recreates the confrontation between the United States and the USSR over the placement of nuclear weapons in Cuba.
Modern Combat Aircraft 5: Air War in Vietnam
The US air offensive in Vietnam was the most awesome display of aerial firepower yet seen. From the mighty B-52 boming runs over the North to gunship strikes against Vietcong guerrillas, it spanned almost every type of mission and an extraordinary range of aircraft. This is a unique record of this extraordinary conflict and has a detailed script by leading aviation authority Bill Gunston.
Nuclear Airplane is the shocking revelation of a top-secret government experiment to develop a nuclear powered airplane. Inside interviews with flight engineers confirm the existence of this dangerous project. Despite revelations of government cover ups, "Nuclear Airplane" documents the current plans for this deadly experiment.
Ship That Wouldn't Die
The powerful true story of the most decorated ship and crew in U.S. naval history, the aircraft carrier USS Franklin, or "Big Ben." Hosted by Gene Kelly and produced by NBC TV, this documentary takes you on board the historic vessel as she fought her way to Iwo Jima, the Philippines, Guam, Okinawa, Formosa, and finally the Japanese mainland itself, taking on Kamikaze onslaughts. Before the war was over, Big Ben's loyal crew had downed 160 ships and 338 aircraft, flown 3,971 sorties and determined itself to be "the ship that wouldn't die.
This is a collection of the saga of sea power. Includes films such as Hook Down, Wheels Down and the Rise of the Soviet Navy.
Trinity and Beyond! The Atomic Bomb Movie
Renowned special effects filmmaker Peter Kuran (Star Wars, Star Trek II & V, Robocop, Addams Family) dedicated over three years to the production of this amazing film which chronicles the top secret, strange and visually compelling history of the design, production and testing of Atomic and Hydrogen bombs by the United States. In addition to uncovering rare film form top secret government archives, Kuran traveled far and wide to obtain startling footage of nuclear bomb tests conducted by Great Britain, China and the largest atomic explosion ever created by Russia. Narrated by William Shatner, original score performed by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and an interview with Dr. Edward Teller, a developer of nuclear weapons. Received the Silver Hugo Award at The Chicago International Film Festival, two Gold Awards at Worldfest Houston and Charleston, and the Golden Scroll from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.
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