Category: Air Force
Rocket-Propelled Sled Tests Ejection Seat At High Speed Track
The Holloman High-Speed Test Track is a 10-mile long, precision-aligned track that gives scientist and engineers a stage where they execute their multiple projects.
The Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Story
Gen. Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. was the first African-American general officer in the U.S. Air Force. Watch his journey from a cadet at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to a general officer as well as accounts about his leadership & character.
Korean War in Color
“2001” The Inchon Invasion The rise and fall of Seoul The Naktong river campaign Winter at the Choisin reservoir. The 1st Marine Division in action Flame throwers in action Bombing raid on a North Korean industrial complex Prisoners of war being captured Amphibious attack behind enemy lines.
Birth of The B-29
“1945” Design, production and testing of World War II bomber.
In 1967, the Air Force commissioned for television production capability at Hill Air Force Base. Despite the audio-visual unit going by many names in its history, the organization continues to run today in the forefront as a lead provider of innovative motion imagery for the Air Force utilizing the latest technology for quality productions.
Airmen Intense Training
Watch footage of Airmen from the 775th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron (EOD) training at Hill Air Force Base, Utah for preparation of future deployment. They work on several skills including counter IED and victim IED operations as well as sharpening their sight at the firing range.
Utah Test And Training Range
The video gives a detailed look at Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR). UTTR covers 2,675 square miles of ground space and over 19,000 square miles of airspace. The range provides representational tests in real-world environments for all branches of the military. Some tests include weapon capabilities, ground to air combat and air to air combat.
AFSOC Heritage 1943-2013
Watch an overview of the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command’s (AFSOC) history from World War II to 2013.