AIRPLANE CRASH DEMOLISHES CHICAGO HOUSE - 1932 A Chicago two-story brick house still smolders from a fire created when an Air Corpse Reserve airplane crashes causing an explosion. Lieutenants Harry Sandusky and Charles H. Fargo are killed and the twisted remains of the plane outside the building are all thatís left. Fireman POV inside the building looking out at a crowd of onlookers studying the tragedy.
U.S. STRATOSPHERE BALLOON FLIGHT SUCCESS Search parties fan out across New Jersey looking for Commander Thomas G.W. "Tex" Settle and Major Chester L. Fordney of the Marine Corps after the men make their second balloon flight into the stratosphere. The scientists are found safe with their instruments and happy to talk about their success at reaching an altitude of 59,000 feet.
THE FIRST F-18 HORNET SQUADRON F-18 Hornet fighter jets are stationed at the first Hornet squadron located at Reeves Field, Naval Air Station (VFA-125) in Lemoore, California. Jets take off from base runway.
Date: 1980s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:27:00, With Audio
WAR PROPAGANDA & TRAINING FILMS Military officers walk past sound stage, stand in front of racks of film cans. Film can labeled Japanese combat footage for Frank Capra. Officers sit beneath projector beam in screening room viewing propaganda footage of animation and Nazis. Soldier affixes sign beneath one indicating army air force training film production laboratory. Two shots of camera dollying to pilot in cockpit window for training film shot. Soldier enters army's signal corps photographic center. Uniformed officers sit around desk reading scripts. Three shots of military training film production inside studio.
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