Web Videos: Hot P-51s, WW2 Saboteurs, JG 26, B-58s, B-29s, U-505, China Battle & more

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    Zeno's Warbird Video Drive-In February 2014 Newsletter

    Hello World War 2 & jet aircraft fans --

    You are invited to drop by Zeno's Warbird Video Drive-In http://www.zenoswarbirdvideos.com to view our February selection of eight exciting aviation streaming over the Web in broadband. There are three premiers!

    As always, all of the videos showing on our website are for your free viewing pleasure. Please help "spread the word" by liking us on Facebook!

    Now showing in January "At the Matinee" at Zeno's Drive-In Free admission! http://zenoswarbirdvideos.com/MATINEE.html


    * 8th Air Force Fighter Pilots & their P-51s in action - 1945 NEW Exclusive production. The inspiration for this original documentary is a silent 8th Air Force information film showing 8th AF P-51 gun camera film shot in the snow covered Winter of 1944-1945, with brief unit IDs for each pilot. We've restored the video, added sound effects from real P-51s and included photos of most of the featured pilots with additional info and pictures of their Mustangs. You'll see film from legendary aces like "Kit" Carson & his P-51 "Nooky Booky IV" & many more. Includes exciting air to air & air to ground attack film from the 35th, 55th, 78th, 357th, 364th, 379th & 479th Fighter Groups.


    * School for Danger S.O.E and the French Resistance fight the German Occupation -1944 NEW!

    This is one the most exciting World War 2 espionage films you'll see. What's unique is that the characters play themselves performing the roles they executed during World War 2 -- from British secret agents to French Resistance fighters to special mission RAF pilots and operational commanders. This remarkable film on British S.O.E.(Special Operations Executive) wartime espionage operations in occupied France was shot on location after the Liberation. The film is a composite recreation of actual operations combined into one story line.


    * German World War 2 Newsreels: JG 26, Rommel, Night Fighters, Panzers & more. During World War 2 German combat cameramen were celebrities for a good reason. These clips are from the "Die Deutsche Wochenshau" newsreel series. Of course, some of them have a obvious propaganda slant: Nazi leaders are idolized and retreats are portrayed as victories, but they are also a unique collection of seldom seen World War 2 films, often in very good to excellent condition, as they were shown to the German people and in occupied countries.


    * Convair B-58 "Hustler" MITO Tests - 1963 Digitally Restored Color During the depths of the Cold War, SAC bombers had only 15 to 20-minutes to get airborne between the launch of enemy missiles and their arrival at US targets. That meant that the ability get US air forces on their way quickly and efficiently was absolutely essential for survivability, striking power and deterrence. A critical element in this quick response was "MITO" - "Minimum Interval Take-Off." Great B-58 Hustler color footage!


    * Expansion to Air Power The Rise of the Army Air Force 1939-43 Between the eve of World War 2 in June 1939 and December 1943, the US Army Air Force grew from 2,402 aircraft and 24,700 personnel to 65,000 aircraft and 2.4 million personnel - an unprecedented leap. FDRs goal of producing 50,000 planes a year was met and surpassed! This engrossing film combines easy to grasp information with memorable graphics and dramatic historic film footage that makes it all real.


    * Frank Capra's Battle of China Restored NEW! This is the sixth installment of Academy Award winner Frank Capra's legendary "Why We Fight" World War 2 film series, devoted to the often over looked conflict between China and Japan from the early 1930's through America's entry into World War War 2. The film does not stint on wartime propaganda, but it is also a unique repository of footage from this seldom covered theater, including Chinese forces in action and captured footage of the Imperial Japanese Army and Air Force.


    * 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.


    * Saipan Superforts: B-29s Strike Japan Stereo Sound - Exclusive original documentary. See B-29 pilots & crews on R&R and on mission in their magnificent Superfortresses. The fates of many of the B-29s seen in this picture are documented during the film. Some made the ultimate sacrifice. You'll see a gallery of memorable 73rd Bomb Wing nose art too -- all in living color. "The "maximum effort" take-off scene is an awe inspiring combination of 18 cylinder engine roar and a musical score that's guaranteed to raise goose bumps.

    We also show 1940-45 vintage WWII Army & Navy films and pilot's manuals on how to fly the F4U, F6F, P-38, P-39, P-40, P-47, P-51, P-61, TBF/TBM, AT-6/SNJ, B-17, B-24, B-25, A-20, A-26, B-26, B-29, and Stearman N2S. Alert! - don't miss the F-86, B-47 & B-58!


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    Web Videos: Hot P-51s, WW2 Saboteurs, JG 26, B-58s, B-29s, U-505, China Battle & more

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