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1 - DoD 5O4O.2-C-d 00 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 71: c~ll DaD PRODUCTIONS CLEARED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE DTIC FLECTE VOSTjuMEot STTEEN A ~DEC 19 W84 Apv mpbcw JUNE 1984 tibtc nzte ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (PUBUC AFFAIRS) S~u&~o Al~ lion L 0

2 ASSISTANT SEC-RETARV OF DEFENSE DoD C-4 WASHI4NGTON. D.C PUBLIC AFFAIRS JIJV 22 M94 FOREWORD This Catalog is issued under the authority of DoD Directive , "Audiovisual Activities," July 23, It explains how to obtain and use copies of audiovisual (AV) productions produced and procured in support of formal training, education, management, and information objectives by all echelons within the Department of Defense. This Catalog applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Military Departments, the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Unified and Specified Comands, and the Defense Agencies (hereafter referred to collectively as "DoD Components"). The Catalog is issued in the following four volumes: DoD C-1 DoD C-2 DoD C-3 DoD C-4 Army Productions Navy and Marine Corps Productions Air Force and Miscellaneous DoD Productions DoD Productions Cleared for Public Release This Catalog is effective immediately and is mandatory for use by all DoD Components. Heads of DoD Components may issue supplementary instructions only when necessary to provide for unique requirements within their respective Components. Forward recommendations for changes to this Catalog through channels to: Assistant Director for Operations (HQ DAVA-OP) Headquarters Defense Audiovisual Agency Norton Air Force Base, CA DoD Components may obtain copies of this Catalog through their own publication channels. Other federal agencies and the public may obtain copies from Naval Publications and Forms Center, Code 301, 5801 Tabor Avenue, Philadelphia, PA Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs)? i I... I Ii p m

3 REPRODUCTION QUALITY NOTICE This document is the best quality available. The copy furnished to DTIC contained pages that may have the following quality problems: Pages smaller or larger than normal. * Pages with background color or light colored printing. * Pages with small type or poor printing; and or * Pages with continuous tone material or color photographs. Due to various output media available these conditions may or may not cause poor legibility in the microfiche or hardcopy output you receive. r- If this block is checked, the copy furnished to DTIC contained pages with color printing, that when reproduced in Black and White, may change detail of the original copy.

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5 DoD C-4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword "Table of Contents Page i i References - 2-,'- " " iii "CHAPTER 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Section A. Introduction i-1 "Section B. Specific Authorized Clearance 1-1 Section C. Status Designators I-I Section D. Prohibition Against Reproduction of DoD Audiovisual Material 1-2 Section E. Standard AV Production Identification Number (SAVPIN) 1-2 Section F. Types of Loan 1-2 CHAPTER 2. ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS - - Section A. ddhere sad How to Obtain Copies ~ ~2-1 Section B. <Conditions of Loan, 2-1 Section C. How to Use This Catalog 2-2 APPENDICES A. `AV'Thesaurus and Categorical Index B. '-Alphabetical Title Index/SAVPIN Cross Reference ; - C. cc.ýtalog.of DoD Productions Cleared for Public '.'.'Release Acc~bssior2 For NTIS GRA&I DTIC TAB Unarinoi nced "DistriulfonLt a Q Availability IAvail and/or. Code 1 D3 Special DIt I/ ii ' 4. I

6 DoD C-4 I' " (a) DoD Directive , "Audiovisual Activities," July 23, '.,.4 *4*,o., '-4 4,ii p% i

7 a- DoD C-4 GENERAL INFORMATION A. INTRODUCTION 1. This volume of the DoD Catalog of Audiovisual (AV) Productions is produced from the Defense Audiovisual Information System (DAVIS) data base for use primarily by DoD public affairs offices and the U.S. public. 2. This volume contains a complete listing of all unclassified Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force AV productions t'hsc have been cleared for nonsponsored public exhibition by the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) (ASD(PA)). 3. Productions listed in this volume also are available for sale or rental to the public through: National Audiovisual Center (NAC) National Archives and Records Service General Services Administration. Washington, D.C The U.S. public may obtain copies of this volume from: Naval Publications and Forms Center, Code Tabor Avenue Philadelphia, PA B. SPECIFIC AUTHORIZED CLEARANCE The -wat common codes found in this Catalog are: 1. PE. Public Exhibition (nonprofit). Denotes an AV production that has been cleared for exhibition in its released distribution media on a nonprofit basis only; no admission may be charged. 2. TV. Television (nonsponsored). Denotes an AV production that, in addition to PE, has been cleared for broadcast by commercial television stations on a nonsponsored basis as a public service and by public television stations. 3. TH. Theatrical. Denotes an AV production that, in addition to PE, has been cleared for exhibition or use by a commercial enterprise, such as a theater charging admission. 4. PS. Public Sale. Denotes an AV production that may be purchased through NAC. See paragraph A.3., above. C. STATUS DESIGNATORS All AV productions listed in this Catalog are current unless annotated specifically as historical. A historical production no longer reflects current "DoD policies, programs, or procedurts, but is retained for use because of its

8 I DoD C-4 historical significance. Before all s wings of historical productions audiences thall be made aware that su productions do not reflect current DoD policies, programs, or procedures D. PROHIBITION AGAINST REPRODUCTION I DOD AV raterial "* Copies of DoD AV productions are accountable. DoD AV records may not be copied in whole or in part or otherwise reproduced. 1i. STANDARD AV PRODUCTION IDENTIFICATION NUNE (SAVPIN) All AV productions listed in this volume are assigned a SAVPIN. "The only number used when requesting copies of AV productions listed in Appendix C is the SAVPIN. F. TYPES OF LOAN 1. Specified Term Loan. A specified term loan is for a specified number of days. Loan pzeriods may be extended if available copies have not 0 been prebooked by other requesters. Requests for a loan extension shall show the added time needed and be received at least 10 workdays before the due-in date, if possible. 2. Indefinite Loaa. Indefinite loans are for an unspecified period ';A! of time and are authorized for DoD Components only. On account of the limited number of prints and volume of requests, loans to the public are limited to 2 weeks. L eb.;4. I ~

9 /S DoD C-4 CHAPTER 2 ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS A. WHERE AND HOW TO OBTAIN COPIES 1. This volume of DoD AV productions cleared for public exhibition is listed by Military Service; that is, eb-h AV production is designated DA, DN, or DF to indicate from which Military Service a pprticular AV production should be borrowed: DA - DN - DF - Army AV Productions Navy and Marine Corps AV Productions Air Force AV Productions 2. DA AV productions shall be ordered by mail from: DAVA - Tobyhanna Activity Attn: DAVA-T-LLD Tobyhanna, PA DN AV productions shall be ordered by mail as follows: a. Persons residing east of the Mississippi River shall write to: SComnding Officer Naval Education and Training Support Center Atlantic (Code N5) Building W-313, c/o Fleet Branch Norfolk, VA b. Person residing west of Mississippi River shall write to: Comanding Officer Naval Education and Traiding Support Center Pacific (Code N52) Gran Diego, CA DF AV productions shall be ordered by mail from: DAVA - Norton Activity Attn: DAVA-N-LDS Norton Air Force Base, CA B. CONDITIONS OF LOAN Users agree to the following conditions when borrowing AV materials: 1. AV materials shall be returned to the issuing library on or before the due-in date. 2. AV materials shall be shown only by qualified projectionists *-

10 DoD C-4 3. Films shall be returned tails our (NOT rewound). 4. Users shall furnish exact number of showings and total audience count for each item borrowed on the invoice copy received with the AV material. The invoice must be returned with the material to the issuing library. C. HOW TO USE THIS CATALOG 1. Appendix A, AV Thesaurus, and Categorical Index. This appendix contains a list of subjects, by category field, group codes, and scope notes that provide the key to locating AV productions listed in Appendix C. a. The Thesaurus contains scope notes that shall be used when a not specific known. AV production By using this not section, being specific requested categories or when the title and number is can be identified referred to. and This is done by identifying the specific groups and subgroups within a general subject field. b. There are currently 21 general fields and 157 groups that are recognized officially in the DAVIS. An alpha character is assigned to each general field. For example, "A" is Aeronautics, "B" is Behavioral and Social Sciences, and so forth. Subject groups are further divided into groups that are identified by numbers beginning with "01" in each field. The number "01" in field "A" represents "Aerodynamics." c. Finally, Appendix A contains an index of each production by category; that is, subject and group codes. Any particular AV production may be listed under more than one category. 2. Appendix B, Alphabetical Title Index/SAVPIN Cross Reference. This Appendix lists AV productions by title in alphabetical order. When the articles "A", "An," and "The" are used in the title, they appear at the end of the title; that is, the title "The Death of Superman" Js listed as "Death of Superman, The." When the title of a production is known, the user shall: a. Locate the AV production by title. b. Identify the SAVPIN. description of the AV production. 3. Appendix C, Catalog of DoD Productions Cleared for Public Relepse. This appendix contains full information on unclassified AV productions for general distribution. Data in the record include: a. The DoD SAVPIN. b. Production title. c. Description uf primary and secondary distribution media. d. Length of the production or number of units. i 2-2,

11 2-,3,.. DoD C-4 - e. Clearance. f. Currency status. (An AV production is current unless identified P as historical.) g. Calendar year completed. h. Synopsis. i. Remarks. I. 4. Some AV productions are available from more than one Military Service and, therefore, are listed two or more times under the same SAVPIN. So.. 2-3_

12 DoD C-4 Standard AV production numbee and component digrmph...2&x*of You IN GREAT BrITAiN... Title Physical doscription of material, for example,- media size, type, - running time... Y6MM, MOTION PICTURE. MIN, w U...Calendar year completed Exhibition clearance notice... CLEARED FO PE. TV. TH. IBSTOAICAL w.. Security classification of the prodiuction ACQUAINTS AMERICAN SERVICEMEN V.TH BRITISH HERITAGE AND CUSTrOMS. COMPARES Synosis...AAERCAN AND BRITISH DEMOCRA 17C BaELFS. Synosit...EXPLAINS ROLE OF US ARMED FO'CES COMWMUNITY RELA T7ONS ADVISOR. REMARKS: LIMITED TO USE WITHIN...Remarks CONTINENTAL US AND CANAL ZONE. PE, TV AUDIENCES TO BE MADE A I ARE THAT RUE WAS PRODUCED FOR ORIENTATION OF AIR FORCE PERSONNEL. ALSO DiS TRIBU TED AV 314 kjc)i. ViEO TAPE. 2-4

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15 D&O C-4 AWI3VIWI. THIESMM AND CATEGORICAL IOUE FIELD 4'L I., A. Af E... ROTC... A... T... I A BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES... A-1-4 C. BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES A EARTH SCIENCES, ASTRONOMY, AND OCANGAPY... A. -I12 E. ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING..... A-1-13 F. ENGINEERING A-1-14 G. GROIIRD TRANSPORTATION A-1-15 If. MARINE A-I-16 J. MATERIALS A-1-17 K. KATHEIIATICS A MILITARY SCIENCE A ~~N. MISSILE TECHNOLOGY A-1-20 P. NAVIGATION, C)WIMNICATIONS, AND FIRE!CONTROL...A.-l21 Q. NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A-1-22 R. ORDNANCE AND COMBAT VELI1CLES A-1-23 S. ORGANIZATIOAS, NANAGEENT, AND PERSONNEL A-1-24 T. PHYS ICAL SCIENCE A-1-25 U. PROPULSION AMDFUELS A-1-26 V. REPROGRAPIY A SAFETY, EMERGENCY PROCEDURES, AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS A-1-27 X. SPACE TECHNOLOGY A-1-27 *NOTE: Fields 'I, L and *0 are not used. Ad-i

16 -I UDECT FIILO, U4W AN IMP NVTE A. AER laitics 01.. ralodngmoiu Operational and theoretical flight characteristics of aircraft as "they are affected by the dynamics of air. Includes experimeltal testing. See also N/02 1i4tie.1& Traectnorrie; R/04 xpjm.igns and.bali.istics and X/04 Spage raft Trij.i.tiaript nd Rb~ntr$. 02 Air.s.ilitiu Airbases, Air Stations, runways, angars, control toters, ground refueling systems, aircraft handling and ground maintenance equipment. For air traffic control systems, see P/05 Trffi e ntr.l. For air. craft carrier handling systems see H/04.1 Ship- and-i..l.ii (Aircraft Carriers). For fire-fighting and emergency rescue vehicles, see 1. SAFETY, ENERGENCY PROCEDURES, ANDISASTER PREPAREDNESS. "03 ALff.afLI Design, capabilities, systems, components, aid aircraft equipment. Includes lighter-than-air craft, glider:, and ground effect machines. For helicopters see A/08 ilii.l pi.. For aircraft instruments see A/04 Airmraft Flight Intrim.entatinn. For air craft engines, see U. PROPULSION AND FUELS. See also N. UISSILE TECHNOLOGY AND X. SPACE TECHNOLOGY Crtai (Bombers) 03.2 Aitrii (Experimental) 03.3 A i (Fighters) 03.4 Aicraf (Foreign) 03.5 Air..iU (Ground Attack), 03.6 Aircra (Observation) 03.7 hirru f (Reconnaissance and Special Duty) 03.3 Airrra1± (Remotely Piloted Vehicle) J 03.9 Aircraft (Trainers) Ai (Transports and Tankers) Aixrr ft (Utility) 04 Airtrjft Fliight Instruments necessary for controlling the flight of an aircraft, hu a artificial horizon, airspeed indicator, altimeter, etc. For navigation instruments, see P/04 l2vitinn rna notartinn Witi. '-I

17 ; %-' NO C-4 05 licera1t Flight operations such as airlift, air refueling, search and rescue, Oara~.,nas night flight, and flight exhibitions. Hislory of flight. For basic flying training, see A/07 MWightnsntructinn. For navigation see P/03 layigaion. For air warfarn, see 1/01 Air lairfare. For eaergency escape procedures, see 1/04 Flying.Safe. "07 Flight Inztruttion Basic flying training. Includes flying techniques of approaches, loading, takeoff, etc. 01. Oi ~lenn Design, capabilities, system, comiponents and helicopter equip. ment. Includes all rotating wing aircraft. Fu7,el. A-1-3

18 ".4 S I~M U40.J.C.4 *, I. EiIAVIOAI. AN SOCIAL SCIG1CES ' 01 t ixor i. t rlli Citizenskip, voting, civil service, theory aid practice of government, "sctoiand Van d politics, foreign policy and iaternational affairs. Atfairs *: 02 r Fdili2flan rn. Consumer guidance. Guide to buying automobiles, real estate, homes and 4 home comodities. Credit and home epair camtracting. 03 Icoamica Ecoomic theory and history, banking and finaee, trade and conerce. Education S04 Learning theory, training techniques, instructional media and technology, teaching aids and methods, testing, Library Science. "05 knligh.n..angt Remedial and advanced instruction in English gramar, vocabulary, *spelling, speaking and writing. Also includes reading and speed reading. 06 Fine Arks.and Art, crafts, music, dance, drama journalism, artistic photoiraphy, Liaau novels, poetry, sculpture and theater L.iLM World and United States History, including archaeology, great dis. coveries, imigration, expansion and revolution. For military campaigns, battles and history, see /1,9 Eilifzrv ittinr om..iennsjci Home management, household equipment and squlies, food and cooking and child care. "" 09 LAN Vilitary and civil ;aw, legal affairs. Law enforcement and detention facility operations. Criminology. 10 Lingui~ti. Languages and study of languages, including phocology, morphology, syntax, semantics and language training. 11.hghnJfuj Individual and group behavior. Mental processes and phenomena such as perception, motivation, intelligence, attitudes and group dynamics. Includes experimental physiological, iocial and clinical. Medicine (Psychiatry). For psychological warfare, see 1/13 Ptvyhnlalat2l hirfara..*12 liginn and Philosophy, roligions, ethics, logic, religioms education and ",hia h zmoral development Ralginn ind Pllilnphy (Bible) 12.2 biiginn and Philosophy (Chaplain Duties) A-1-4,,'

19 Ii C.4 1. DMYIOL AN SOCIAL 1lCIUM (Coat'd) 12.3 hligina :tad fhi*i nj. (Fuily Counseling) 12.4 bliginn a2d PEbilnpthy (harriage Counseling) 12.5 bhliian jod Philn tnpa h (Moral Develpment) 12.6 hlliginn,ari Pkilontahy ((Religious Practices) (General)) bligion and Philaiaft ((Religious Practices) (General) (Catholic)) blioein 2nd Pbilunnnhy ((Religious Practices) (General) (Jewish)) blivion ind Plun~phU ((Religious Practices) (General) (Protestant)) 13 L Social actions and equal opportunity, race relations, ethnology, the functioning of huaan society. 'A.,.1. A.. '.w, F te

20 M UIN.*.C.4 C. BIOLOGICAL WI ledical SCIEM 01 Linn Biological topics not included in other Groups, e#.., bionics, botany, zoololy, genetics, etc. For animal anatomy, physiology, and pathology, see C/13 1."tahifarY.MadicJ n. For human anatomy and physiology, see C/02.2 C n iin (Anatomy and Physiology). "" "**02 W.Lical.J..icins Professional medical ind paramedical specialities and careers. History of,/ edicine (IZ)*. Hospital Adhinistration and Hospital Safety (IX)*. For mcdical topics for general audiences, see C/06H1.Ub. * 02.1 cainical ( )l Aviation and space medicine. Includes personnel selection d nand standards, (Aerospace altitude and acceleration effects, stress medicine) and fatigue. For aviation accidents, see 1/04 FLying SaLatv. "" 02.2 Clinical (QS)* General anatomy, histology, embryology and physiology. For diina hygiene, sex education, diet, recreation and physical education, * (Anatomy and see C/06 ihum. Physiology) *" 02.3 i ( )* Instruments, equipment and techniques of general, conduction Seology) ldi and refrigeration anesthesia. Includes preanesthetic medication aad preparation (Anesthesi. of patient. For dental anesthesia, see C/03.1 nonti-.lc (Dental Anesthesia) Clinical (QU)* Chemical processes which take place in biological system. Identification of S(Rio- Mdfeino biochemical substances. Includes the chemistry of food substances, body compo. 4 sition and metabolism, vitamins and nutritional requirements. chemistry) 02.5 C Anatomy, histology, physiology, embryand anomalies of the following specific hdic.inu body systems: (Body Systems) Clncal (IG)* The heart. Cardiac emergencies, heart and peripheral vascular diseases. * hd n Includes cardiovascular surgery.,2 ((Body Systems) ' (Cardio.vascular System)) WinicaL (WI)* Endocrine glands, including thyroid, pituitary, adrenal and ledlcian insular tissue of pancreas. Diabetes. Hormones and hormone therapy. ((Body Systems) "(Endocrine System)) * 1T0 : *All references in brackets correspond to the detailed "National Library of Ihdicine Classification* index published by the Department of Health, Education and!elfare. A-1

21 kde 5M4.2.C.4 C. 111t0GICAL #AI EDICAi. MIEUM (Cootd / 0.5D Cli~nical. (Il)* Tb. stomach, intestines, liver, biliary tract, pancreas, etc. Includes 1ed 0ci ~no abdomen and abdominal surgery. ((Body Systems) (Gastro-intestinal System)) rlnlal (V4)* Generation, ansatoy, pathology, and physiology of blood. Includes hdic~ina hemorrhagic diseases, anemia, leukemia, aet. ((Woy Systems) (Hemic Lymphatic Systems)) r~ifinjl.i. (If)* Aratomy, physiology and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. 1edi~.na joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, tic. Includes Orthopedics. ((Body Systems) (Eusculoskeletal S)stems)) Cri.nicelI (VI)* Central, peripheral and autonomic nervous system. *.bhicing diseases of the brain, neurology and neurosurgery. ((Body Systems) (Nervous System)) Includes C.ln~ici. (IV)* The ear, nose and paranasal sinuses, pharynx, tonsils, and larynx. ((Body Systems (Otorhinolaryngology)) Clairi~aJ (IV)l Anatomry and physiolo%y of respiration, and disp:ses of the h6dit.ino respiratory system such as tubtrculoiis, bronchitis and pleurisy. ((Boy Includes thorax and throac;ý surgery. Systems) (Resairatory System)) CJjia. (IJ)' The kidneys, ureter, bladder, uretha and male genitalia. ladirfa ((Body Systems) (Urogenital System)) V02.6 C.Lifirfl (IR)* Skin diseases and disorders. Piguentary disturbancss and disorders hdicinaof the sebaceous glands, hair, scalp and nails. (Dermatology) Bone, A-1-

22 C. I0MICAL MI 9 1 I1CAL SlCIEW (Coat'd) I aijfadkida (Diseases sad Disease Conditions) fj"icah~ca See listing. ( )3 /,(Diseases and Disease Conditions) (Deficiency Diseases)) cisiak atdic~ifl See listing. (IS )* ;*'((Diseases aid Disease Conditions) (Diseases of Allergy)) 02.1XV~ i.lhi~n See listing. (IC )* ((4iseases and Disease Conditions) (Infectious Diseases)) Cliftirul 1dif~o See listing. ( O)* ((Diseases and Disease Conditions) (Me1tabolic Diseases)) I ij aiu.i M.U uiin ( )* Symptomatology. Techniqua of physical examin- (General ation, including inspection, temperature, auscultation, blood Diagnosis) pressure, pulse and respiration M N-2a1L6dI f. 6no (N)* Physiology and chesistry of bacteria. Natural and acquired (licrobiology immunity. Antigens, antibodies, toxins, vaccines and vaccination. and imminblogy) Clinuica Medicine Techniques and procedures for emergency medical care in the battlefield (Military environment. Includes field-type installation, evacuation procedures, Field emergency management of combat wounds and management of mass casualties. Medicine) ~lm~lud~f. (IY)* Nursing techniques and procedures. (Nursing and Patient Care) C.Limiu.l1..dicine (IQ and O?)* Pregnancy, labor and operative obstetrics. Anatomy and (Obstetrics diseases of the uterus, cervix, breast. Physiology and functional and Gynecology) distribution of ovulation, menstruation, menopause, et, Clnci.i~ia (W)* The eye. Visual and color perception theory and measurement. (Ophthalmology) Optomotry and corrective devices CH-2a Ma.L disdine (QZ and QY)* Pathogenesis and general manifestations of disease. Cancer. (Pathology) Includes clinical pathology. Renal. Function tasts, urinalysis, assay of Ihormones, blood coehistry and typing, etc Witiuial iadedns (IS)* Growth, developmeent and diseaseas of children. *(Pediatrics) diagnosis. Pediattic examination

23 N C. BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES (Cont'd) Clinical Medicine (.A )* Prevention and control of comunicable diseases. Quarantine, (Preventive disinfection, use of insecticides, rodent control, Includes Parasitology Medicine) fqx)' Ear protection, heat exhaustion prevention, food storage, preventive "psychiatry, etc. * ( (N)* Psychiatric tests and examination. Therapy of mental disorders. Practices (Psychiatry) in the care of the mentally ill Clinicali.ine ( )* Administration of medicines, diet and therapy. Includes acupuncture, (Rehabilitation, physical therapy, electrotherapy, climathotherapy, etc. Therapeutics and Dictetics) Clinical Ibiine Physical effects associated with deep-sea diving and submarine duty, such as (Submarine and nitrogen narcosis, decompression sickness, oxygen toxicity, anoxia and carbon I Diving Nedicine) monoxide poisoning, etc. See also C/07 Life Support for underwater life support equipment ( ( , )* General surgical pathology. Surgical Techniques such as (Surgery) sutures, amputation, dressing, pre and post operative care and drainage of operative wounds. Also, General Plastic Surgery. For specific surgical procedures, see applicable body system For emergency bzttlefield surgery procedures, see C/02.10 Linqral lediting (Military Field Medicine) Cinital Noditing Burns, wounds, and injuries. Medicolegal examinations. Determination of "(founds, Injuries cause of death. Autopsy. "and Forensic Pathology) _03 Dentistry (MU)* Professional dentistry. Dental speialities, dintal pathology. History of dentistry. For general audience dental subjects, see C/06.2 Hullh (Dental Care) Dat..LU1.4 (Dental Anesthesia) 03.2 Den.isirs (Dental Materials and Equipment) 03.3 nonlns (Endodontics) 03.4 DOutixiz (Oral Hygiene) 03.5 Dnanistry (Oral Surgery) 03.6 DantiLr (Orthodontics) "P190. A-1.4 " ,

24 IM Ue.24r.4. C. IJOWICA AL MEICAL SCIBIIES (Coit'd) 03.7 fiest ri (Periodontics) 03.1 ets~i.z. (Prostthdontics) 04 Elly l External influences on the bio:ogical processes of organisms, Ecology. Effect Iia of pesticides, p st control, natural noxious agents, etc. See C/02.16 Clinical (EtoaIg#y) 1icies (Preventive ledicine) for the use of insecticidcs, rodent control and parasitology. Sae alsi F/04 Civil fergjnaerine for waste disposal, air and water pollution control. 05 fmw Processiog, packaling, storale, cooking and dispensing of food. For hoe preparation, see also 8/081 I twomics. ""0* LnI Health and fitiess topics for general audiences. Physical standards and 06.1 kuih (Alcohol Abuse) 0M.2 Jim (Denial Caro) autkropometrics HtuIk (Drug and Narcotic Abuse) M.4 hait (First Aid) Includes General Medical Services ha.ui (Hygiene &ad Sanitation) 06.6 IunLti (Nutrition and Diet) O 04.7 hault (tecreation, Sports and Exercise) 06.81HaI (Sex Edecztion and Sirth Control) 06.9 ha ti (akirg) InJi (Ventral Disease) 07 L ni.jf& Lt Equipment and techniqmes for sustaining life in environments there normal respiration is wet possible. I.cludes closed ecologi,:al systems, space suits, diving gear, oxygen masks, ec. For equipmnt providi' protection against such envi. ronmental elements as,eat, cold, noise, machinery, etc., sae C/10 Pr itnrtlys.quiad. For equipment providing protection agaiist MR alents, soe 1/02 Noui.alsi Rialnaical and Raiininliirl w,,fr,.. A UWoCI* 10 ""

25 C. IIIOLOGICAL AN 1DICA. SCIECES (Cont'd) 08 h aluia Equipment and supplies for hospital, laboratory and field use. S 09 a (QV)$ The synthesis, composi5k,1, properties, and physiological #ffects of drugs. Detection, neutralization, decontamination, physiological effects, etc. of poisonous substances. See also 1/02 Dehni.al Riologircal and Radin. 0 l 12 rfara. For drug abuse, see C/06.3 Hal (Drug and Narcotic Abuse). I tit 10 ptn.fiixa Equipment providing protection against such environmental elements as heat, FA pan cold, noise, machinery, etc. For equipment providing protection against CBR agzats, see 1/02 Chemical Biological. and Radiological Waffirp. For equipment ant echnilues for sustaining life in environments where normal respiration - - is not possible, see C/07 lif eq.ispnrt. For military clothing, see 1/08 ag!is.. tir 2nd upa4. il R2doinhaigel Radiation biology. Interaction of biological systems with electromagnetic and and Radinlaov particle radiation. Use of radiation in medicine (IN)*. Health physics, radia. tion injury. Prophylaxis and therapy of nuclear radiation sickness and injury. 12 Surival Survival techniques. Includes signals, flotation device., emergency/diaster eqipment and survival kits. For emergency escape procedures, see I. SAFETY, ECERGENCY PMCEDI)RES AMDIASTER PREPAREDNESS. 13 V.c.lainaig Diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases and injuries. Animal anatomy, physio. Mdi.ino logy, pathology and the care of domestic animals. lt,- F ~~~~~o

26 3do UU.2.C-4 0. EIAl SCIEIW, WNlWY, AM O MF I-Y 01 (NLcnaru 0ervations of celestial bodies, their distances and positions. 02 phytical Psztnnhwic and chemical aspects of celestial bodies, their origin and evolution. Includes astronohical spectroscop- and radio astroaomy. 03 A lm huic Physical and chemical priperties of the atmosphere exclusive of weather and LA.Cus climate. Aeronomy, aurora at. ::r~.ow, atmospheric stricture, solar-terrestrial relationships, etc. 04 ralfnphy bhpping, photogrametry, terrain models, etc. Geodetic surveying. 05 bm s Conservation of the earth's natural energy resources, such as oil, gas and coal. 06 Asaphy Description of the physical features, climate and weather, of the earth, distributione of plants and animals. Geolraphic locations. Includes political, economic and comercial geography. For military area orientation, see 1/10 -JlitarL Orion. titin, And I02eluhin. 07 GeQo6161JI Structures, properties, and classifications of rocks, rock formations, rock consoil SLLgstituents, and soil mechanics. Location and evalution of mineral dep-sits. lining operation. Geochemistry, paleontology, i.tratilraphy. Seismology. 01 m leather observation, prediction, and modification. Climatology. 09 naaannpranhvj nd Properties, distribution and circulation of water. Topography and composition of Hyd r a I the ocean bottom. Ocean waves, currents, tides, ocen-air interactions. A in...''' Srutiee o. - -

27 C.4 E. ELECTUICS AND ELEMTUICAL ENGINRING 01 CMAOn h Theory, design and development of basic electrical a.id electronic components such as electron tubes, semiconductor devices, switches, etc. For basic principles of electricity, see T/03 Flet ri-ity and hrnatbm. 02 Compu.st Design, development and application of electronic computers and peripheral equip. mnt. Includes accessories, supplies, installation, programs, programing languages, and system evaluation. For fire control and bombing computer systems, seo, P/02 Fire Ctnt~ol and MRiainj Rtpa,. 03 Pfn mr. lu Devices which supply electric pomr by energy conversion processes. Includes energy storage devices; batteries. 04 SistnAnd Electrical and electronic systems composed of components except those included in s LNavigation, Comunications and Fire Control. Includes amplifiers, antennas, etc., and complete systems. For systems that produce power, see E/03 Payou Soai m and 0/04 kletipr hov~ Plantt and PA20t.r 05 Techniques of electronic measuring, including transmitter, receiver and antenna equipment. S -... A vmien. s

28 F. EUGIIEERING 01 hgkclucidsigo, use &and maintenance of agriculture machinery and structures. Soil conscr- No no,& r w ation and irrilation. Production and processing o farm products. Forestry. 02 A~ir.fiadtiminaii. Air coaditioring systems, refrigeration systems, cold storage systems. Heating Idea t *n#..jightige systems, hest pumps, boilers, furnaces, radiators, condensors. Lighting systems. 03 Maawai Techniques, processes, unit operations, apparatus and equipment that apply to Lngiuas~in ~chemical processing, transportation and storage. For chemical warfare, see 1/02 Owhical Biological. arnd Rad4ialairfl 1arfars. Fo; basic chemistry, see T/02 gacx.j...n4in~jn later supply systems, 7ell drilling, mater co~llction, storage,!reatment, distribution. Sanitary er.ignetring: waste and sewage disposal, air and eater pollution control. Environment education. Flood control. Highway and traffic engineering. Urban planning and renewal. See also C/04 Envira AWniLL.JA4U (Ecology). For shipboard caste and sewage disposal systems, se# N/04 Sh~x.and flatls. 05 (gnh±.zrtiainlqqn4. Excavation and earth ooving equipment, hoisting and conveying equipment, con- "m.iat M ±Z atdli struc'.ion equipment. Building materials and supplies. 04 Dosign of equiment with emphasis on optimum utilization by humans. later- Enina~hgaction of m44 and equipment. Habitability of cork and living space. 07 il3dcanilic.and PRHAaia.Li..1u~inei Design, production, performance, and 'Wsing of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Actualators, diitribution equipment, actuators, controls, and components. 03 1indnsl.LiaJ, Production control, quality control, plant design. inspection. Fabrication P!frdivcats cleaning and finishing, etc. of industrial materials. Includes fabrication metallurgy: casting, forgingl, drawing, electroforming, extrustion, machining, roliing, stamping, spinning, melding. OS I6eckiu.Lj$ad lachiness, machine elements, and their operation. hltal-working tools, woodworking migai tools, dies, jilt etc. 10 E~radide.a Design, prodmct ion, performance, and use of containers and fasteners. balts, screws, rivets, couplings, and fittings. Packaging methods. Includes 11.lamifi Design. construction, operation and performance of pumps, filteirs, pipes, pi;# fittings and valves. 12 StfuacttraLsnW Design and construction of structure: such as buildings, bridges, dams, ftc. See IfhccitecfilrAai also F/O5 Conatrairtio, Pguipant Materfial. 2ad So~phist. For -ombat engineering qi~aaa~ciisee 3/07.5 Inad...Imc.Lre (Comat Enginoor Operations). A-1-14 FP ~~~~~~~

29 D*D WO4.2.C.4 **01 tivageneral titn design, operation, capabilities, systems, components and equipment of cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles. Includes inspection, servicing and maintenance. For armored vehicles designed specifically for combat, see R/03 Combat..Yabi.-11.ln. For conveying and hoisting vehicles, see Ff05 rnnmvrurfifln Fgiiipu#nt Matatials ind Suppiisas. For materials distribution operations, see 1/08 Ingk~tiM And SL~pIP. For driving tactics, see 1/02 nr~ix~ng...aifn1y 01.1 hdi iu(braking Systems) 01.2 hautowive (Drive Train) 01.3 hjjtomliln (Electrical Systems) 01.4 hntowtive (Engines and Accessories) Oj, Inadinti.and lethods of grond"~ vehicle loading. Securing equipmient onto trucks, rail cars, etc. IoxeueniUse of shipping containers. 03 a~al~ndesign, operation, systems, servicing,ld maintenance of rail and monorail transportation vehicles. Fall~A I1II15I

30 1. WINE 01 hi nas Far t Pier, dock and port facilities inclding karmbo and channel npvigational lights and markers, and shore support systems. Stevedoring. 02 INaiaim..aJtin.iu Comrcial shipping operations and procedures. Seamanship and rules.of-the-road. For military operations, see 1/11 Warfar. For navigdticn, see P/03 baip.- ine. 03 Shipiaticance hpair and maintenance of ships, boats, ship components and related urine equipmt. Salvage operations. 04 Shs adesign, capabilities, systems, components and urine equipment of surface and underwater vehicles. Includes ship design hydrodynamics Ships.and.l..las (Aircraft Carriers) * 04.2 Sh ips And Bu (Amphibious Ships) 04.3 Ship.s.and..Bos (Carlo Ships) "04.4 Ships and..nats (Cruisers) 04.5 Sbips,_.a2d oati (Destroyers) N ind Boats (Frigates) 04.7 ShipsAnd.kLit (linesmeepers) " P~in hp.j a t..oa (Phtrol goals) 04.9 Shbpt 2dioall (Salvage Ships) Ships and.naht (Service Craft) Ships and Boat (Submarines) A1

31 DO C-4 J. IATERIALS 01 hdhoa nd Adhesives, glues, binders, etc. for all types of materials. Sealants, seals, S-"] and gaskets. 02 rarm* rg R fr.ay. Ceramic materials, including glasses, brick, porcelain, tiles, etc. Mon-metallic 'grie, and nvz refractory materials. 03 Cati nas rgcnnnts. Paints, paint primers, varnishes. Plastic, rubber, ceramic and metal coatings. 2a F.ini4 i Uses of dyes and pigments. 04 Fihorý and Toitiles Natural and synthetic fibers, threads, yarns, and textiles. For metallic fibers, see J/05 1t02lirgg 2and NetmIlngrmphy. 05 latalfrge a y nd.- InIiJ.ujzpha Refiniiig and production of metals and alloys. Microstructure, physical and mechanical properties. 06 ir I. n AiJ 4t laterials not included in another group, including composite materials, leather, ItatoriaIt fur, refrigerants, straw, waxes, etc. 07 b Properties, performance and production of all types of oils, lubricants, and a:nd.ydcaij hydraulic fluids. For fuels, see U/02 &ili. 08 Plat Properties, performance, and production of all types of plastics, and resins, including reinforced plastics and laminates. 09 Riuhher Production, performance and properties of natural and synthetic rubber and rubber products. Elastomers. 10 Snl.&,...CI anga. Cleaning compositions, solvents, detergents, soaps, abrasives, etc. and LAbgaiyo 11 Iand and P.p. r Wood, wood products, paper, cardboard, etc. K. I ThEIATICS 01 IUatbumios.and lathematics and statistics research. Includes algebra, calculus, geometry, "s"tatottor trigonometry and use of the slide rule. For applied mathematics, see the Group where the application is treated. For computer programs, see E/02 Cn mpite.s. 02 Operatins Theoretical operations research. For applied techniques, see the Group where Ra.a the application is treated. A-1717 F0716*I 17

32 I d U0.2C44 I. IILITAI SCIDEJ"CE 01 lit.arfar Doctrine, tactics, employment and operations of airpower. Includes intercept, tactical and strategic combat activities. For campaign documentation, see 1/09 1*10iarWiif atnry. For military units, see S/05 0ryaninatinni 2nd In-tal ltinni. 02 chnical Development and utilization of lethal and non-lethal chemical agents, biological Ing* 1!2..and agents, and radiological weapons. Detection, decontamination, protective equipment, etc. COR ordnance items, such as bombs, projectiles and rockets. For CBR guided *, I.La* missile warheads, see N/03 1inila farhoade and Fuat. For nmclear weapons, see "3/12 NuleJar Warfare and canno. For nuclear fallout shelters see 3/01 nita~sa. 03 Wan.us LSIstJoh Active and passive systems for military and Civil Defense. Antiaircraft, antimissile and antisatellite defense systems. 04 FratrnniL bifar Devices and techniques of interception, jamming and antijamiing and deception of *i electromagnetic signals I0nsaLigs Techniques for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating information concerning foreign nations needed for purposes of national security. 06 Incier.,pmratinnt Joint and combined operations, methods of operations, methods of attack and and Tarties defense. Types of warfare. Includes exercises and exercise operations. See also 1/01 Air larfara, 1/02 rhooipai Rinlngiral 2 and Radintngital 1rfarmp, 1/07 Ihnd.i a 1/l 1 Naval Warfare and 1/12 Niu le arf arp and Chnapnt. S a07 nland Warfre Doctrine, tactics, employment and operations of land forces. For campaign documentation, see 1/09 ili.ar. Hi~ttnrv. For Oroanioatinns and Initalltainnt. -~ 07.1 Und Warfara (Airborne Verations) * 07.2 land Wirarae (Aireobile Operations) an La rl (Armor Operations) 07.4 land larfafr (Artillery Operations) 07.5 L"a rfare (Combat Engineer Operations) 07.6 land Warfare (Infantry Operations) "07.7 Laa lagaij (Special Operations) V VA.C. is... _

33 DO C-4 I. IILITARY SIENCES (Cont'd) 08 Iti.otiLi 2nd Procurement, storage, distribution, and reclamation of equipment and supplies.,suo. Design and testing of personal equipment, such as clothing, field gear, etc. Industrial mobilization. For protective clothing, see C/l10 PLoaI w. FqtM.Pipnt. For procurement see also S/01 Contrarting. "*09 liljiarx iiwillr History of units, battles, operations, and campaigns. Nilitary biographies. See also S/05 nrogni7atinng aid Inttallatinnq lilitafy Histafn (Air Fo 09.2 lilitary Untr (Army) * 09.3 lilitalv Histnor (Coast Guard) 09.4 lliitarg Hist.ry (Foreign) :e) 09.5 dil~itarl Nkiinr (larine Corps) 09.6 lilitary Histary (Navy) *810 I..itaLr.y General orientation, training and leadership. Hana-to-hand combat. -nrliniutinn 2nd Tradition, custom, courtesies, drill and ceresonies. Code of conduct. Lu...ii Area orientation litit2rv OriontAtinn and leadership (Drills and Customs) 10.2 Jifltay riinnt atin 2nd WIJadrhip (General lili'ary Training) 10.3 Militiry Orriint2t in and Imadordhip (H3nd.to-hand Combat) Military nrfintatinn 2nd Indrlrxhip (Leadership) "*11 Iuz.21ra W 2rp Task Force operations and manee:vers of individual ships. * 11.1 Naval Warfarm (Amphibious Operations) 11.2 MIi 2i ra (Antisubmarine Warfare) 11.3 NawalaiJra~u (line Warfare) 11.4 Naval iarfare (Submarine Warfare) Fmmu.iI A-1-19

34 i -H2.. I. MILITARY SCIENCES (Cont'd) 12 Nuke.r WlarfLro Development and utilization of nuclear weapons. Physical and physiological n!d Ifa..pnn effects of nuclear weapons. For nuclear guided missile warheads, sen ý1/03 M%0iln Wjrhonda nd Fuses, For radiological weapons, see 1/02 Chemical Rinln lio~l and Radinlngia~l Warfare. 13 P'eshnlgiu21 Psychological operations and techniques. Insurpecy and counterinsurgency. For l2ria.c.e special mission land operations not including psychological operations, see 1/07.7 land Warfare (Special Operations). 14 Saciu.ri Safeguarding information. Personnel and commications security. Espionage, sabotage and supervision. Cryptography. For military law enforcement, see B/09 LAX. 1. MISSILE TECHNOLOGY 01 Is. nching lissile handling and launching, including transpcrtation; storage; preparation for aond rnund..sppnrf launching; surface, aircraft, or underwater launching. Launching equipment, checkout equipment, and ground support equipment. For spacecraft launching and ground support equipment, see X/03 Spacecraft taunrh VahirIeq and r'muind ýuippnrt. *'., 02 s Determination, analysis and processing of missile trajectory data. Flight path Tr14.ec.±Ari analysis, impact prediction, etc. Operational aerodynamic studies, including reentry. For spacecraft trajectories, see X/04 Smpgerift Trajertnriee and Reentry. * 03 liktila.. lapldu Design and performance of all warhead types, including explosive, chemical, bio- * and.not logical, and nuclear. lissile fuses of all types. S'04 I General missile theory, design, construction, performance and components. Damage assessment and vulnerability i Theory, design, construction, performance, maintenance and components. "(Air and Space Launched lissiles) 04.2 lissi Theory, design, construction, performance, maintenance and components. (Surface Launched Missiles) 04.3 lits Theory, design, construction, performance, maintenance and components. (Unoerwater Launched Missiles) A F1me71. eo o %-

35 DeD C.4 P. NAVIGATION, COMUUICATIOIS, AND FIRE CONM *101 C General operations of electronic communication systems, equipment and services. Communications techniques and procedures CominLca.Lian. Comunication by electromagnetic radio waves. Includes description of installation, (Radio operation and maintenance of radio and television comunications equipment and Comunication) and systems and of general radio comunications principles C-airifiany Electronic cominication by wire or means other than radio waves. Includes instal- (fire Comuni- lation, operation and maintenance of telephone, telegraph and teletype systems. cation) 02 Firc bnnfral and Computers, sights, directors, range finders, gun laying and bombing radar systems, i Apbing qx.fi bomb releases, and other devices used to direct the firing of a weapon. 03 Navigation Theory and concepts of navigation, including land and celestial techniques. Map reading. 04 Saviga±ion 2nd Navigation and detection equipment and systems, including navigation radar, direc- DaLec tlan Aids tion finding equipment, instrument landing systems, sonar, depth indicators, inertial, doppler and navigation computers. Acoustic, infrared, ultraviolet and magnetic detection systems. 05 Ir.aJ.Jfic,_CLntl Air traffic control systems and procedures. 'I " ka.l-21, , -' ' - -..

36 9. CLEA WCIOC AND TUMM0G 01 Eustioa..kziast General theory, design, construction, and operation ot' devices for producing (Thersmouclear) control led thermonuclear fusion reactions. 02 IM12 olfal Application of uses Of atomic energy and isotopes; suck as use in weather forcastin;, deslting of the sea, etc., excluding explosive Or nuclear power plant use. 03 hc.laal..brdostinhs Explosion effects such as shock waves and earth movement. Testing of nuclear devices. Peaceful applications. For se military 1/12 applications 1u4~t12.., of nuclear explosions, lind, 162Adt 04 bdul2az0. Integrated issomlage, including reactor theory, design, fuel materials, coolants, f~aa~s..andand turbogenerator equipment, plus control and regulatory devices. Includes mobile as well1 as stationary power plants. 05 Radlifiovc Shielding design, isodose plots, materials transgission and absorption studies, Shuialdia slid safety devices, decontamination, etc. See also 4/02 IChauii',I Rinlaffit.~I And.4 Zn±*~~I~i.M drninhijaff ir w f r. For radiation injury, see C/11 lailichiningy anid miiny N For nuclear safety procedures, see P1/07 1tulmarall.a. pd 06 Iadifuieixa..Ia2s.± Separation, processing, handling, storage, and disposal. Fission product utiliiza. mad Ntion her t It1~ adioactiva decay, natural and induced radioactivity, interaction of charged particles and radiation with utter, radioactive fallout. Includes radiation detection devices and associate equipment. Dosiuetry. PP

37 ,Dm C-4 1. OI EC AND CONAT VEHICLE 01 Anbitn.2nd Projectiles, fuses, demolition, explosives, detonators, grenades, land mines, high "explosives, primers, powder propellants, amunition shaped charges, flame throwers, ammunition handling equipment, etc. Production, performance, stability in storage, etc., of incendiaries, pyrotecnnics, screening of agents and smokes, etc. For CBR ordnance items, see 1/02 Qu.iral Rinanli~al i RadinlngiiaI WarfarA. For nuclear weapons, see 1/12 Pur-imr Warfarp 2nd Iannn. For guided missile ordnance items,.se 1/03 IrhAadt and Fuses. "02 lbs, High-explosive, fragmentation, anti-personnel, armcr-piercing, general-purpose, etc. Bomb handling equipment. For CBR bomb, see 1/02 Chemi al Bionlgical and 03 raltahirles Armored wheeled and track-laying vehicles, for both cargo and personnel. Heavy, light, and mediua tanks. Tank chassis used as gun chassis their components and accessories. For noncombat vehicles, see G. GROUND TRANSPORTATION. 04 Exzp.nion.s..and Explosion effects such as blast, heat, earth movement, etc. Ballistics. Effects ai. c on armor plate, body armor, etc. For the effects of nuclear explosions, see Q/03 05 Guu Sall arms, automatic weapons, recoilless weapons, mortars, artillery and naval guns, their operation, components, accessories, and interior ballistics. Gun "carriages, gun mounts, remote control equipment, etc. Marksainship. 06 Rackaft Rocket-propelled naoons, including aircraft, large caliber and shoulder-fired rockets. Lainching devices. For CBR Rockets, see 1/02 Chemical RiMnInical and 07 Uladryna.c Torpedoes, submarine mines, depth charges, hydro-bombs, etc. Launching devices and countermeasures. m7-.':'o-... -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ o.,,..,-.o...%...,.., O o.,,;,.o.,%

38 3J4.4 S. ONGUIZATIM, ItMOE,II, AND P""SO-' 01 CLaiurtLq htbods and techniques of contract procurement diministration. 02 Gmutli hthods improvement, cost effectiveness. Examination and selection of equipment, Nupmldaa materials, etc. for optimum performance of given tasks. Cost-benefit analysis, tradeoff factors, etc. For personnel management, see S/06 Personnnel Uanaamentf,. 03 La2ahflfrJ 2rid laboratory research aid test facility design and operation. hasuring, testing Taint altilitiu, aud simulation devices with apparent application in more than one Group. For such devices with apparent application in one Group, see that Group. 04 OL.cA Accountinl,, budgeting, paperwork management, office operations and equipment, hdmin~isrztl'n production planning, organization coordination, etc. **05 Aregniatinnat and Comand, installation and unit missions, orlanization and operations. For unit ln, il2atinni history, see I/09 Militazr History Argani*itinnt 2nd Instfllations (Air Force) 05.2 flrgniiatinn, and ngtaj litinnt (Army) 05.3 Organizatinns snd Installations (Coast Guard) r8~ain ad InstIl1atMBn (Foreign) rgsnimatint d I n8ttalatiant (barief Corps) Ofrainatinng and lattallatinni (Navy) 06 pfannnai Selection, utiliaation, supervision, mativation and retention of personnel. Ihuangua Includes wages and benefits, career guidance and skill field analysis. 07!usNna Recruitment of personnel, job advertising. Vocational careers. DEruitunt 2nd t arer7 A rwaee. st...

39 DO C.4 T. PYICAL SCINCE 01 kenustii Generation and propagation of acoustic waves, including ultrasonic and infrasonic radiation. 02 s Synthesis, properties and reactions of organic and inorganic compounds; the elements; quantitative and qualitative analysis. Includes atomic and molecular structure and spectra; chemical bonding, nuclear notions, etc. See also C/02.4 Ilinei.Uadiee. n (Biochemistry) for biochemitry. For application, see F/03 03 F iet±irot..2nd Theory and measurement of electrical magnetic phenomena. For system application, Ila"pats set E. ELECTUICAI AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. 04 lit 3nd..asgrg Devices which amplify electromagnetic waves by stimulated emission of radiation. Includes irasers, uvasers, etc. 05 %tl=r.s Generation and propagation of electromagnetic w;ves in the infrared, visible, ultraviolet regions of the spectrum. Techniques and design of optical equipment for 4ass spectroscopy. For spectroscopy applied to atomic and molecular structure, see T/02 Chmistr. 06 partirls. yeliit Properties and reactions of element'ry particles. Nuclear reactions. Gamma rays, nd Atfpaatart X rays. Design and operation of betatrons, cyclotrons, synchrotrons, etc. For atomic and molecular structure and spectra, see T/02 CO83LS.L. For application, set 0. NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECWNLOGY. m 07 L a h ein._.h yl1 Relativistic and nonrelativisiic quantud theory, relativity theory, quantum mechanics and quantum statistics. 01 Dynamics and statics of solid bodies. Structural mechanics, kinetics, kinematics, equilibria, stress and analysis, buckling, elasticity, plasticity, vibrations, shock and vibration, etc. 01 Saioii...sa Structure and properties of solids and crystalline forms, except those included fjt.. i J/05 16t1alurgy and -t2alltnraphs. Properties of solids at cryogenic temperatures. Includes fundamental research and theoretical studies of semiconductors. 10 Ihurmidymirit Thermodynamic theory: equations of state, free energy, enthalpy, entropy, thermo. dynamic cycles, etc. Heat transfer including methods for determining thermal radiation properties of materials. Low temperature phenomena. For properties of solids at cryogenic temperatures see T/09 Sahd StatI ti.s." 11 Iz.e.IPrn &&atajiu Propagation of radiofrequency waves. Includes microwave optics. See also P/01.1 C-16i21innx (Radio Communication). A ' " *,.... o*, "2

40 1. PUMONUI AU FKUE 01 Flaeazfrif P o"131" All types ef engines derivir- power from free ems; or electrons. design of ion, plasma, and arc-jet enigines. Theory and 02 1L1.1 Production, performance, storage, etc. of si! types of fuels except those used in radiat eogines. 03 lot at,.aa 22.d All t~pes of jet, gas, and stem turbine engines, including liquid air cycle Stnmim arim engines, hydrodvct, turbo-prop, etc. 04 k.m.. rimtiom Ilcles devices for uarine, groun, air, sad space propulsion. 05 laink~a ciprocatiag engines of various configurations for all typos of propulsion. Fortruck aod auto engines, see G/01.4 hn.±inixa (Engines and Accessories). For locomotive engines, see G/03 iccaive. M6 JackaL.kn 07 kk~t at.. llnej sts Solid, liquid and hybrid rocket motors and propulsion harduare. Production, handling and performance of chemical :olid, liquid combination propellants, including oxidizers, additives, binders, etc. "01 1pn.±.epmphy Theory and techniques of rendering optical images on photosensitive surfaces fthafteaphap Techniques and equipment used in moton picture (hlltiee Picture) production, instrumentation and documentation. For application and use in training See t0 ufig Techniques and equipment used in taking, processing man printing still photographs phdamng pan (Still Photography) Includes radiography. For medical X-ray equipment, see C/08 Medical Fqijiqwnt andt 02 krislimaj 2id Teckniques sod printing, to include electrotyping, engraving, lithography, offset rmoiearttprinting, etc. 03 lma 6im..zicas Techniques aid devices for electrical recording. Includes magnetic and electrostatic principles to produce audio and video (television) recordings. For application and use in training, se 8/04 Education. For television commuication systems see P/01-1 ic~ia (Radio Couunication).

41 DOD C.4 1. SAEMTY, EIBM WY P RIES, ANDISASMTE PIEIPARDESS 01 oisule Disaster preparedness for earthquake, hurricane tornado, etc. and disaster relief &c~paroduat operations. Includes individual and comunity shelter olanning, nuclear fallout and emrgency evacuation. 02 fix0i.f Includes all forms of driving and traffic safety including auto, motorcycle and bicycle. 03 Explnzius S11111 Includes all safety criteria that asoly in explosives operations during storage, transportation, handling and maintenance. Also states safety precautions and rules whem working with explosives. 04 EIsi4.Salit± Flyieg safety, aircraft aid spacecraft ground safety, air and ground emergency escape and rescue procedures and equipment. Includes maintenance preflight checks, strike hazards, oxygen safety, pilot vertigo, 4idair collisions, ejection procedures, etc. 05 PINA12. ij_,at± Includes fire ind fire.fighting procedures, gun, industria', home and eater safety. Also, associated eonriency re cue procedures. 06 IMissileSaity All aspects of missile safety, including storage, handling, maintenance, fueling, iostrumentation and range safety procedures. 07 1uc..,.a± All aspects of nuclear safety including nuclear weapon storage, transportation and loading safety procedures. 08 Wp Sdz.± Safety procedures aboard ship. Includes emergency fire extinguishing, damage coetrol ond rescue procedures. X. SME TICHM M.OGY 01 As±.nauii Orbital rendezvous, sprcc exploration history, operations in space, spacecraft operatieg problems, etc. 02 Srfie.uIt± Design and construction of spacecraft, including satellites, space probes, space capsules, spaceships, spice stations, and their systems and components. For space craft engines, see U. PMOPULSIO0 ANO FUELS. 03 SpufienaLLIsannc Handling and launching, including transportation, storage, preparation for Vehicas. aid launchial, and count down. Launching equipment, c;;eckout equipment, and ground kmlsuma support #quipmnt. 04 SpaeamLL Determination, analysis, processing, etc. of spacecraft trajectory data. Orbital TIAzj~to.±f.ie calculations, flight path analysis, reentry, space mechanics, etc. A-1-27 ""si/et. 11

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43 AFPUIX A SETIOU 2 -s DECI PTCI EU fidiw: DIESCRIPTON: FLDI0P: AAFFAIRS, LEGAL 8/09 AFFAIRS WORLD B/01 ADMNLSREYC/02.53 AFTERBUkNERS U0 ABOMLPYHLGB/11 AGENTS, BIOLOGICAL WARFARE N/02 ARSV LAIGF/08 AGE4S, CHEMICAL WARFARE 1/02 ABAIE /10 AGENTS,: CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC C/09 ABSACHLC/06.1 AGENTS, CHOKING 1/02 AU,DRGC/06.3 AGENTS, CS 1/02 ABUSENARCTIC C06.3AGENS, G 10 ACCEL RATORS, ELECTRON V//06 AG NS, INUSACTARD N 110 ACCELERATORS, PARTICLE T/6AGENTS, INCPACTA TIN 1/02 ACCELERATORS, PROTON T/06 AGENTS, NERVE M/02 ACCESSRIES CAMERA COMPONENITS& /01 AGING (TEIL)F/O8 5/IDM AGTYIN (PHYSIOLOG) C02.2 ACIETWIT /04 AGRICULTURAL ECONOIICS F 01 *ACCIDENTS, MOTOR VEHICLE 5/2AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING F/01 ACCIDENTS REACTOR W/07 AID, FINANCIAL S/06 ACCLINATI~tATION C/02.2 AI FIRST C/06.4 ACCOUNTING S/04 AIDý, JOB B/04 ACTTSCELLSi/08 AIDS, LANDING P/04 ACHETAESb CELLULOS 8/04 AIDS, NAVIGATIONAL P0 kcdaioc/02.4 AIDSASTEACHING B/04 ACD YEGCC/09 AIR SSAULT 1/0712 ACOUStIC DETECTION P/07 AIP BOMRESSORS1 ACOUSTIC TOINDES R/07 AIR CONDITIONING F/02 *ACOUSTICSTREDE T/01 AIR CONTROL CENTERS P/05 ACIO CVI AiR DEFENSE OPERATIONS 1/03 8/13tSOIA AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS 1/03 ACUITY C/02.2 AIR DROP OPERATIONS A/O6 ACUITY TESTING C/02.!3 AIR F2"ILITIES A/02 AUTTETN VIULC/02.13 AIR FORCE HISTORY 1/09.1 AUT DTk C/02.57 AIR FORCE UNITS S/05.1 ACPkUEC/02.18 AIR FORCE, INSTALLATIONS - S/05.1 ADAPTION (PHYSIOLOGY) C/02.2 AIR FORCE, MILITARY HISTORY - 3/09.1 ADDICTION (ALCOHOL) C/06.1 AIR FORCE RESERVES - S/05.1 ADDICTION (DRUG & NARCTIC) C/06.3 AIR INTERCEPT 3/03 ADTVS FULU/07 AIR MASS ANALYSIS 0/08 ADEIE1/01 AIR MOTION SICKNESS C/02.1 ADJUSTMENT (PSYCHOLOGY) B/11 AIR POLLUTION F/04 ADMINISTRATION S/04 AIR REFUELING A/O6 ADMINISTRATION, HOSPITAL C/02 AIR RESCUE A/O6 ADRENAL GLANDS C/02.52 AIR STATIONS A/02 ADVOCATE DUTIES, JUDGE 8/09 AIR TERMINAL OPERATIONS A/02 AERIAL GUNNERS S/07 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL P/05 AEILGNEYP/02 AIR TRAFFIC CO#.TROLLERS S/07 AEILMNSR/07 AIR WARFARE N/041 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT A0 AIR-TOAIR..C UIED MISSILES N0. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY A/03 AIR-LOAUNCH UIED MISSILES N/04.1 AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE A/O6 AIR-TO-SURFACE.. - GUIDED MISSILES N/04.1 AERIAL... PROFELLER A/03 AIR-TO-UNDERWATER..- GUIDED MISSILES N/04.1 ARYNACHAIGA101 AIR... CARGO A/O6 ARDNMCLAIGT/08 AIR... EGRESS SYSTEMS W/04 ARYV ICSA/01 AIR... PASSENGER A/OS AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION A/0S AIR... SEARCH AND RESCUE A/OS AEROPAUTICAL LABORATORIES S/03 AIR... TIRANSPORTATION A/OS AEOATC /AIRBASE CONTROL TOWERS A/02 AEROSPACE CRAFT A/031 AIRBASE RADAR SYSTEMS P/05 AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT A/02 AIRBASES A/02 AEROSPACE MEDILINE C/02.1 AIRBORNE OPERATIONS 3/07.1 AFFAIRS, CIVIL 8/01 AIRBURST R/04 AFFAIRS, IN[TERNATIONAL 8/01 A-2-1 DoD C-4

44 Ill iipri : FLIl/W: OwiPm: AIRCRAFT FLDIU/ AIRCRAFT A/03 A IITIOl At5IC GIEOETRY 1/01 ALKALlN K/01 AIRC AFT AUNMENT CELLS Rios 103 AIRCRAFT CARRIER LMIIGS ALL-IlEAD AVIATION AALIZ1ES 106 A/06 Al CARRIERS N104.1 ALLIS C/02.72 AIRCRAFT CONTROL TOMU IES A/02 ALLO 1/06 AIRCRAFT DESIGN A/03 1/05 AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY ESCAPE ALPHA PARTICLES 1/04 T/06 "" AIRCRAFT ENGINE ALTERATING CURRENT U/03 ALTIMETERS T/03 AIRCRAFT ENGINES U/ A/04 ALTIMETERS AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT RADIO A/O P/04 AIRCRAFT FIRES V/04 AMINOACIDR AMETERS C/02.4 * AIRCRAFT FLIGHT INSTRUMENTATION A/04 T/03 AIRCRAFT GROUND SAFETY 1/04 AMMUNITION A NITIN EFFECTS R101 AIRCRAFT INSPECTIONS A/05 R/04 AIRCRAFT LANDINGS ANUITION, AIRAFT A/07 R/O! AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ITI ARMOR PIERCING A/05 RIO! NUNIlTIl0, INCENDIARY AIRCRAFT MAINTEINACE DOCUMENTATION A/05 R/01 2 ITI,1R/ AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS OXYGEN A/N: 06A IIITIO...! Al. FIRING AR' MECIHANISMI RIO! AIRCRAFT SAFETY RECOGNITION V/04 ANPIETA1B RI/ 1/03 AMPHIBIS RATIONS C/09 "AIRCRAFT SAFETY 1/04 3,/03 I/11.1 AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AIRCRAFT H/ AIRCRAFT SAFETY EXPLOSIVES TAkE0Fts LOADED l/03 A0 AMPLIFIERS AMPLIFIERS, O/04 AUDIO AIRCRAFT TOIING E/04 A/05 AMPLIFIERS, POWER AIRCRAFT E/04 ATACTO L 1/03.5 AI AMPUTATION T C/02.20 A IRKRAFT,CARGO AT CAMPUTEE REHABILITATION A/03.10 C/02.18 * * AIRCAF AIRCRAFT, ANALOGCOUTTERS TRACTOS EXPERIMEITAL A/03"2 E/02 AIRCRAFT, FIGHTER A/03. ANALYSIS, i,2lko AIR MASS A/03.3 D/09 A I KRAFT, FOREIGN ANALYSIS, LC02.14 A/03.4 AIRCRAFT, GROUND ATTACK ANALYSIS, COST BENEFIT A/03.5 S/02 AIRCRAFT, JET ANALYSIS, FACTOR A/03 K/D3 AIRCRAFT, OBSERVATION ANALYSIS, INVENTRY A103.6 /108 AIRCRAFT, RECONNATISSACE ALYSIS, EMATICAL A/03.7 K/l3 AIRCRAFT, SPECIAL DUM A/03.7 ANALYSIS, ANLSS, NUMERICAL OPTICAL /0I! AIRCRAFT, SUPERSONIC T/05 A/03 AIRCRAFT, TAIER ANAYSIS, QUALITATIVE A/03.IC AALYSIS T/02 AIRCRAFT, TRAINER QAI TATIVE A/03.9 T/02 A!KRAFT:, TRASMR ANALYS STATISTICAL A/03.10 KLC/ AIRCRAFT, L71L'y ANAYTILC GEOMETRY A/03.! 11A K/01 AIRCRAFT A EGI C,ATO A/07 ANATOY C/02.2 (ANIMAL) AIRCRA T WSINES I... C/13 A IRKRAFTn... TAAERS U/ ANATOMY A107 LOGY ANATOMY ANIMAL C/02.2 ANESTHEIA DENTAL C/13 AIRPIPES A/03 AMESTHESIO6OG C/03.1 AIRLIFT AI06 ANGLE OF ATTACK C/02.3 AIRUOBILE IPlATITOS A/D1 AIRPLANE 1/07.2 ANTIMAL ANIATONY TIC! 14' ANIMAL C/13 AIRPLANES DISEASES A/03 ANIMAL C/13 AIRPOWEO PATHOLOGY 1/,. ANIMAL C/13 AIRPOWER. INTFAiCTION PHYSIOLOGY /06.! C/13 AIRPOWER, STRATEGIC M/01 ANIMAL.. ANASIOLOY C//3 AIRPOW, TACT.IECAL C/13 AIRSIIPS 1/01 ANIM.H YSIOLOGY ARSPEtD INDICATORS A/03 A NIMA S T C/13 ANINALS' ALARM DEVIC(, A/04 ANTENINA CONFIGURATIONS OSICC! 1/14 C/13 ANTENNA RADIATION E/04 ALARM SYS13, PATTERNS FIRE T/11 ALCOHOL I/ Ab.SE ANTENNAS,104 ALCOHOL.. ADDICTION C/06.! C/06.1 ANTENNAS ANHOOOYC/01 DIPOLE E/04 ALGEBRA K/01 ANTHROPOIETRICS C/06 A-2-2 F

45 D-C,.. FLOIW: KIMCIIPTOR: FLD/SP: NITI JAIING, RAR 1/04 ARTISTIC... PHOTOGRAPHY B/06 AITI.PERJAMM EL 0ING R/RD ARTS, FINE B/06 "ANTIAIRCRAFT YSTEFS 1/03 ARTS GRAPHIC V/02 ANTIBIOTICS C/09 ASPHtRICAL LENSES T/05 C/02.9 OANTIBODES ASSAULT AIR 1/02 ANTICOAGULANTS C/09 ASTEROIOS D/0 "ANTICODV!LSANTS C/09 ASTRONAUTICS X/O 1 ANTIGENS,W JIN TZ C/02.9 /4ASTRONUTS ASTRONAUTICS, SPACE S/07 S/07 ANTIJANING SYSTEMS 1/04 ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORIES 0/0I A.-TIKISSILE SYST EMS 1/03 ASTRONO I CAL SETOBSCOY0 "ANTIPERSONNEL MINES R/ON ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY D/02 * ANTISATELLITE SYSTEF, 1/03 ASTRONOMY D/01 AINTISUBIARINE WARFARE 1/11.2 ASTRONOMY RADIO 0/02 ANTITANK MINES. R/OI ASTROM ICS 0/02 ANTITANK WEAPONS Ii05 ATIOSPHERE SOLAR D/02 "Al AI ETY 3/I ATIOSPHERES, CONTROLLED S/03 APPARATUS BREATHING C/A7 ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION 0/03 APPETITE 6ISORERS C/02.53 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES D/03 "APPLICATION, ATOMIC ENERGY j02 ATIOSPHERIC STRUCTURE D/03 02 APPLICATION NUCLEAR ATMOSPHERICS 0/03 "APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY Al ATOMIC ENERGY APPLICATION ý/02 APPROACH (AIRCRAFT A/07 ATOMIC PROPERTIES /06 APP9OACH NDICATOA/ ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY T/02 APPROACH RADA, GROUND-CONTROLLED P/05 ATOMIC STRUCTURE T/02 APTITUDE TESTS S/06 ATOMS T/06 "ARC WELGING F/08 ATRO-iNE 11/02 "ARC-JET ENGINES U/01 ATTACK AIRCRAFT A/03.5 ARCHAEOLOGY 3/07 ATTACK AIRCR',FT GROUND A/03.5 "ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING F/12 ATTACK ANGLE OF A/O1 ARCTIC WARFARE 1/07 ATTENUATORS E/01 AREA ORIENTATION 1/10 ATTITUDE CONTROL SYSTEMS A/03 ARITHIETIC K/OI ATTITUDE INOICAYORS A/04 ARITHMETIC, BINARY K/01 ATTITUDES B/Il APMENT AUDIO AMPLIFIERS E/04 ARMAMENT, AIRCRAFT V/05 AUDIO OISCS V/03 ARMAMENT HELICOPTER R/05 AUDIO RECORDING V/03 ARMED FOES FOREIGN) S/05.4 AUDIO TAPES V/03 ARMED FORCES(U.S.) /05 AUDITORY ACUITY C/02.57 ARMING DEVICES R/01 AUDITORY SIGNALS T/CI ALZR OPERATIOS 1/07.3 AURORA 0/03 ARMOR PIERCING ANUNITION R/01 AUTO SAFETY W/02 "ARMOR BODY 1/08 AUTOGYROS A/3 ARMIORD VEHICLES R/03 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING E/02 AM AMMUNITION SMALL R/O1 AUTOMATIC NAV!GATORS P/04 ARMS, COMBINED OPERATIONS 1/06 AUTOMATIC PILOTS A/03 AMIS, SMALL R/05 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS G/01.2 ARMY HISTORY 1/09.2 AUTOMATIC WEAPOINS R/05 ARMY MAJOR COMMANDS S/05.2 AUTOMATION F/08 ARMY UNITS S/05.2 AUTOMOBILE SYSTEMS G/01 AR!Y, INSTALLATIONS - S/05.2 AUTONOTIVE G/Oi ARMY, MILITARY HISTORY 1/09.2 AUTONOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS G/01.3 " ARMY, RESERVES S/05.2 AUTONOTIVE KAINTENANCE G/01 "ARRAYS PHASED E/04 AUTONOTIVE... DIFFERENTIALS G/01.2 ARRESTING GEAR /02 AUTOMOTIVE... ENGINES G/01.4 ART V/06 AUTOPSY C/02.21 ARTIFICIAL LINBS C/02.18 AVIATION ACCIDENTS W/04 ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION C/06.4 AVIATION FUELS U/02 ARTIFICIAL... SATELLITES X/02 AVIATION MEDICINE C/02.1 ARTILLERY FER/05 AVIATION PERSONNEL S/07 ARTILLERY FIRE 1/07.4 AVIATION SAFETY W/04 ARTILLERY OPERATIONS 1/07.4 AVIATION, ALL-WEATHER A/06 OD* C.4 i'-r,, A-2-3 k..3 '.4:.. l.'*.,, i..

46 hi N4.2.C.4 CMilei : lrd/u : NUIPTORUT: AVIATION, CIVIL FLD/P: A/ AVIONICS BOATS PATROL 3/04 H/04.3 AVOINC, TERRAIN BODY U1/08 F/0BODY SYSTEMS C102.5 BODY TEPEIRATURE C/02.8 BAwGE, Neu BAILOUT / BOILERS V/04 BOLTS F/02 BALLISTIC MISSILE SBIMARINES H/04.11 F/10 BALLISTICS BOMB CLUSTERS R/04 B R/02 BALLOONS COMIPONENTS A/03 BUS HANDLING R/02 BANK I NG VEHICLES /03 BONS R/02 RACKS BARB ITURATES R/02 C/09 BOMB TRAJECTORIES BARGES R/04 H/04 BASES BAROMETRIC PRESSURES D108 BOMBERS LUNAR BOIM ING O A/03.I X/01 BO ING COSPUTERS T/0! P/02 BATH BA H T tqui E R I ) MDENT R &A EROGRAP A/ DATA0/09BOMBING FA 11 BOMBING SYSTEMS P/02P / 02 RA/0AL, BATTALIES Io5.2 SYSTEMlS OBING, RADAR PRECISION /0 /o03 BOMBING, R R P/02 PAD2 BEATE S BEACO NS DAR P/04 P/04 BOMI NG, SKIP BOMBING, STRATEGIC P/2 BEACONS, BEACNS, RADAR MDi 10 P/ BOMBING, 3/01 TACTICAL 1/01 io BEACONS RESCUE P/12 BEANS, WAJTILEVER ombs C/12 R/o2 BEAMS: ELECTRON BOMS, ANTI-PERSONNEL T/06 R/02 BANS 10 BOMBS, BIOLOGICAL T/ BOMBS, 3/02 8E.AVIOR CHEMICAL B/ BEHAVIORIAL SCIENCES BOMBS, FIRE B/i08, GENERL R/Ol BENEFIT ANALYSIS COST PURPOSE S/02 OMBS R/02 INENDIARY BETA BENEFITS MILITA*Y S/C BOIBSIGHTS R/02 BETATRO PARtICLES k/06 BONING, CHEMICAL T/02 P/02 /6 BONE... FRACTURES C/02.21 BEVERAGES BONES C1O5 I.HU/ 55 BISLE 8/12.1 BOOM C102 BICYCLE SAFETY T/OI BINARY 8/02 ARITHMETIC BOOSTER MOTORS (/01 BOTANY U/06 BIOCHEIISTRY K/0. BOTANY... PLAITS C/0l BIOGRAPHIES MILITARY C/O! BIOLOGICAL BigS C/09 BOTTOMS, OCEAN BIOLOGICAL 1/02 BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL SYSTEMS 0/09 BIOLOGICAL LABORATORIES LOI RAOIES S/03 BOUNDARY LAYER, LAMINAR A/03 BRAINWASHING A/0O 8/11 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENTS r/02 BRAKES BIOLOGICAL WARFARE WEAPONS 1/02 1/02 BRAZING BREAKWATERS F104 F/u8 BIOLOGY ENIRONENTAL C/0 B/o BREATHING BREEDER REACTORS APPARATUS C/07 BIOLOGY, RADIATION BIONICS C/i BRICK/0 BIT C/o] BRIDGE C/02.12 DESIGN BRIDGES F/12 BIRTH CONTROL C/06.28 BRIGADES F/12 BLADDER (HUMAN) C/02.59 S/05.2 BLINDNESS BROADCASTING, RADIO C/02.13 BRONCHIT!S P/01. I BLOGO C/02.58 C/02.54 CIRCULATI S BUCKLING (MECHANICS) C/02.14 T/O8 BLOOD DISEASES OBUILDING C/02.54 BUDGETING DESIGN S/04 F/i? BLDO DISEASES C/02.54 BUILDING BLOOD MATERIALS GROUPS F/05 C/02.14 BLOOD PRESSURE BUILDING ROAD C/02.3 F/04 BLBOA 8ULLDOZEfS TYPING C/02.14 F/05 BOAT MAINTENAFCE BULLET WOUNDS H/03 C/02.21 BOATING BUOYANCY SAFETY H/04,/05 BUOYS BOATS P/04 H/04 BUOYS, MOORING H/Ol A.2.4 *%1,'. "...'.. ".....' '-' ; ` `., `--.` `. ``.-. `-. `.-..` `-.

47 BjURNS C C/2.1% CELESTIANVGTON P/03zc CACUURSTAI 1/12 CETRS AIRIS CONTO C/02. BUMRST COanET 1/1C2ORE V~ CENTRIFUGKALCOMPESSR E/03 BURT SRFAEV/Ol CENTRIFUGAL F/l2 BU 10,RA VUIOC /02 CERAMIC~ CAACITORES J/08 CMECEMENCOPYING CAVLU /Ol. CENRIFUIC COASTINGS F/03 E~JRA OFOET &ACSSRE V/01CNTIUALCMRESR F/07 CAMERASMlOPITR V/0.1 CERAMIC FAAIBERS E/02I CAMERAS, RAOPYRCONG N V/01.2 CERAMICS COTNG/O3 t.: WAA~NERASRDRRCR GV0. CEREMONIES, DRILL AND 1/10.1 1/m0U. CEEMONIES: MILITARY 1/10 CAMPAIGN CANCER HISTORY 1/09 C/02.14 CHANNLMP M SC0 RKER C/OI i~i CANISTER PROJECTILES R/C1 CHAPLAIN DUTIES B/12.2 CANNONS R/05 CHARACTERISTICS FLIGHT A/01 CANTILEVER BEAiS F/12 CHARGED PARTICHtS T/06 CAPACITANCE T/03 CHARGES (EXPLOSIVE) R/O I CAPACITORS E/O I CHARES, DEPTH R/07 CAAIOSCERAMIC CAPAIT0S~ E0 /0lCHARGES SHAPED R/01 CAPSULES AEX/02 iciavsf1 CAR LOADiNG RAIL Gi0? CHEMCAL BOMBES F/0l KCAR MOVEMENt, RAIL G/02 CHEMICAL BOMBSN T/02 G/01. CHEICA BONDING CARURTOS /0.4CHEMICAL COMPOUPOS T/02 S CARDBOARD J/11 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING F/03 CARDBOARD PRODUCTS Jil1 CHEMICAL WARFARE 1/02 CARDIOGRAPdY C/02.51 CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENTS 1/02 CAOILOYC/?.1CHEMICAL WARFARE CASUALTIES 1/02 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION C/06.4 CHEMICAL WARFARE WEAPONS 11/02 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES C/02.51 CHENICALS T/02 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM C/02.51 CHEMISTRY T/02 CR CIDB/08 CHEMISTRY ORGANIC T/02 CARE, DENTAL C/06.2 CHEMOT1IER.PEUTIC AGENTS C/09 CARE PATIENT C/02.11 CHILD CARE B0 CAREtR GUIDANCE S/06 CHRPRCIC/08. CAG AIR% A/06 CHOKING AGENTS 1/02 ~ h~afta/0.l0cholera C/02.73 CARGO SHADIPS /08. CINEMATOGRAPHY V/01.1 CAG HP /43CIRCUITS, ELECTRICAL E/04 CRPJTRY A/6CIRCUITS, ELECTRONIC E/04 F/12 INTEGRATED E/04 CARRIER LANDINGS AIRCRAFT A/06 CIRCUITS, PRINTED E/04 CARRIERS, AIRCRAtT H/04.1 CIRCULAR ERROR PROBABLE P/02 CARS GO I-UAIN LO /25 CARS RAiLROAD G/03 ICLTO, LG /25 CAPT6RPH G0 CIRCULVTION, WATER D/09 RPYD/04 CITIZENSHIP B/0l CARTRIDGES R/OlCICATONBl CASTING F/OS civics B/01 CASTING IECENTRIFUGAL F/OS CIVIL AFFAIRS B/01 CASUALTIES C/02.10 CIVIL AVIATION A CASUALTIES, CHEMICAL WARFARE 1/O2 CATALYSIS T/02 CIVIL DEFENSE 1/03 CTNRNH/4CIVIL DISTURBANCES B/O9 CATAPARANS H/04. CIVIL ENGINEERING F/04 CATPUTS /0.lCIVIL LAW B/09 CATHODE RAY TUBES CATOLC ELGIO E/Ol Bl261CiVIL SERVICE S/07 CTOIREIINB1.1CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES S/0l CBR WARFARE 1/02CASFE NFRAIN11 CEILINGS (WEATHER) D/03CASFEONFRAIN01 A-2- -Is

48 CLASSIFIED MATERIALS 3/14 COMMUICATIUS P101 CLAY NMINRL 0/07 COMMUicATIMB-ELECROICS E/04.4 CLEANIERS 1/10 COUNINIUSl 8/01 CLEAN ING COMPOUNDS J/10 COMMUNITY RELATIONS 8/01 CLEA41NG AIRAIVE F/Of CONPMIY-SlZED UNITS S/05.2 CLNTMC/ COMPASSES P/04 CLIMIOLOGY D/08CMPSSS GYRO P/04 CLINICAL PATHOLOGY C/02.14 RAPSSSMDO P/04 CLOTHING 3/08 COMPLET I, FORMS S/02 CLT GFR RTCINCAD CLOTHING: COMPONENTS I ACCESSORIES, FLIGHT CAMERA V/01 I/Ol COMPONENTS, MI R/02 CLOTHING, MILITARY 1/08 COMPONENITS, ELECTRONIC E/01 CLOUDS D/08 COMPONENTS GUN R/05 CLUSTERS, Nm R/02 COMPOS ITE iater IALS J/06 COL /07 COMPOUNDS, CHEMICAL T/02 COAL CONSERVATION 0/05 COMPOUNDS, CLEANING J/10 COAL GAS U/02 COMPOUNDS. IIRGRWIC T/02 C ast GU HI STORY 1/09.3 COMPRESSOR, AIR F/07 CMST GUARD UNITS S/05.3 COMPRESSORS CENTIPIjAt. F/07 COAST GUAR, MILITARY HISTORY - /09.3 COMPUTER I.41C E/02 COAST GUARD, RESERVES - S/05.3 COMPUTER PROGRAMS E/02 COATINGS J/03 COMPUTERS * E/02 COATINGS, CERAMIC J/03 COMPUTERS, ANAl-OG E/02 COCKPITS A/03 COMPUTERS, BOMBING P/02' ~E OF CONDUC 3/10 COMPUTERS, DIGITAL E/02 CODE OF MILITARY justice, UNIFORM 8/09 COMPUTERS, NAVIGATIONAL P/04 COLD STORAGE F/02 COMPUT ERS... INTEGRATORS E/02 S COLD WAR 8/01 COMPUTERS... PROGRAMMI NG E/02 COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY V01 CONEAUMEMT (COMBAT) M/10.2 COLOR TELEVISION N/3 CONCRETE J/02 COLOR VISION C/02.13 CONDITIONIING COLORANTS AIR F/02 J/03 ITOS SAEC/02.7 OLRIERT/5CONDITIONS SPACE ENVIRONMENTAL COLORS 0/02 T/05 CONDUCT CDOF 3/10 COMBAT ENGINEERS OPERATIONS 1/07.5 CONES hoe COMAT VEHICLES /04 R/03 CNENESS/02 R COMBAT VEHICLES... TANKS R/03 CONFIGURAIONS ANTENA COMBAT, E/04- IIAA0.TO.NANO 1/10.3 CONISERVATON 0 LOAL 0/05 COMBAT... CONCEALMENT 3/10.2 CONSERVATION,' ENERGY 0/05 COMBAT... COVER 3/10.2 CONSERVATION, GAS COMBAT... DECEPT 0/05 ION COMBAT 1/ PATROLS CONSERVATION, OIL 1/07.6 CONSERVATION, D/05 COMBAT... TARGETS 1/07 SOIL CONSTRUCTICl F/01 F112 COMBAT... VEHICLES R/03 CNTUIOEUIPMENT F/05 COMBINED ARMS OPERATIONS 3/06 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS COMBUSTION F/05 -U/02 CONSTRUCION... RIGGING COMBUSTION F/12 ENGINES, INTERNAL U/ CONSUMER EDUCATION COMETS /02 CONTACT PRINTING V/01 COMMAD, ARMY MAJOR S/05.2 CONTAINERS COMMERCE F/10 8/03 CONTRACTING COMMISSARY S/0I S/06 CONTROL CENTERS, AIR COUHUUNICABLE P/105 DISEASES C/02.73 CONTROL SYSTEMS COMMUN ICAT P ION EQU IPMENIT P/01 CONTROL SYSTEMS, ATTITUDE COMMUNICATION SATELLITES A/03 X/02 CONTROL SYSTEMS, BOUNDARY LAYER A/03 COMMNUNICATION SYSTEMS P/01 CONTROL SYSTEMS, FIRE P/02 COMMUICAION SYSTEMS UNDERWATER P/01 CONTROL SYSTEMS, FLIGHT A/03 COMMUICATION, MICRWAVE P/01.1 CONTRC-L SYSTEMS, MANAGEMENT COMMNICATION, S/02 RADIO P/01.1 CONTROL TOWERS, AIRBA'. COMMN ICAT ION, A/02 TELEVISION P/01. I CONTROL TOMS AIRCRA.T COMMUNICATION, A/02 VIRE P/01.2 CONTROL, AIR ThAFFIC P/O5 A. 2.6

49 SMeIPTM: :. FLD/W: DECKIPTO: FLD/GP: Tt CRSTALLINE YBIRTH FORS T/09 CIOW DAmwG /0 CS AGUTS 1/02 COTOL, DISASTER 1/05 CURRENT LIMITERS El04 CONMTROL, DIAE F/04 CURRENT, ALTERNATING T/03 CONTROL, INSECT C/04 CURRENT DIRECT T/03 CONTROL INVENTORY I/08 CURRENT /09, CONTROL, PEST C/02.16 CURRENTS, ELECTRIC T/03 "" CONTROL. PROWUCTION F/08 CURRENTS, OCEAN 0/09 CONTROL QUALITY F/08 CUSTOMER RELATIONS S/04 CONTROL, REACTOR /04 CUSTOMS (MILITARY) 1/10 S COIRL, ROOEtT F02.16 CUSTOMS, MILITARY 1/10 CONTROL, SHIP DAMAGE //08 CUT-OFF VALVES F/11 CONTROL TRAFFIC P/05 CUTTING TOOLS F/09 CONTROLLED ATmOSPHERES S/03 CYBERNETICS C/o0 CONTROLLERS AIR TRAFFIC S/07 CYCLONES D/08 CONYALESCE E 0/02.11 CYCLOTRONS T/06 CONVERSION ENERGY E.03 CYTOLOGY C/01, CONVEYING tfiipue.t F/05 1 COOKING C/05 DAMAGE CONTROL,/08 COOLAN, J/06 DAMAGE CONTROL SHIP W/08 COOL~i ý, RENCTOR 04 DAMAGE, FOREIG4 OBJECT 1/04 mot IOAGMS/02 m F/04 :. COPYING CAMERAS V/01.2 DANCE B/06 CORSL REEFS *~DAC COALREF060 0/09 DATA PROCESSING E/02 "Cm S/05.2 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS E/02 COSIlC RAYS S/03 DATA PROCESSING AUTOMATED E/02 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS S/02 DATA TRAMSSIS1 SYSTEMS P/01 COST EFFECTIVENESS S/02 DATA0 RANSHISSI6N S/09 COSTS S/02 DATA, ATHYTHERNOGRAPH0 COUNSELING (LEADERSHi 1/10.4 DATA, OCEANOGRAPHIC 0/09 DATA TELEMETERING E/05 ' COUNSELING, COUNELING FARILY KARR I AE 8/12.3 B/12.4 DE-IbING DEFESC/02.57 MATERIALS J/06 CO4TERF COUNYERIURG IRE OPERATIONS 1/07.4 DEAFNESS COUNirER t NURGEM 1/13 DEBRIEFING DECAY, RADWOCIVE A/06 /07 COUNTERMEASURES ELECTRONIC 1/04 DECAY RA TIVE CONTR GIGADECEitION (COMBAT) V1. COUNTERS GEIG/ DECEPTION RADAR 1/04 3 U/10 DECISION THEORY K/01 COURTESIES (MILITARY) 1/10 DECK SAFETY EQIPMENT 1/08. COVER ( T ) 1/10.2 DECKS FLIGHT H/04.1,, CRAFT, AEROSPACE A/03 DECOIK ESSION SICGT ESS C/02.19 "CRAFT', LANDING H/04.2 DECOMPRESSION SIC E C/02.1 "CRAFT, LUNAR X/04 DECOMPRESSION DECONITAMI INAT ION EXPLOSIVE KITS 0/ /02 CRAFT, SERVICE H/04.10 DECOTAMINATION ETIS 1/02 UNDERWATER H/04.11 DECONTAII OPEATIONS, S 1A/02 CRAFTDEFENSE OPERATIO, AIR 1/03 CRAFES F/OS DEFENSE SYSTEMS 1/03 "CA CRAK(C,,SES AESl F/05 U/05 DEFENSE SYSTEMS, CIVIL AIR 1/03 1l/w; CRASH VEHICLES I/ DEFENSE, CIVIL M/0. CREDIT EDUCATION 8/02 DEFENSE, INDIVIDUAL 10.2 CREW/-SERVED WEAPOS R/5 DEFSE, SELF 1/10.2 FLIGHT S/07 "E DEFENSE UNARMED 1/10.3 CREWS, FLG S/07 DEFICIEACY DISEASES C/02.71.CR T/B/C9 DEFUELING A/02 CRIMINOLOGY CRIINLOG B/O9 809DELI DEHYDRATED JUENCY FOODS C/05 B/13 CRUISE CRUJISERS MISSILES N/04 H/04.4 DEIOC ACY C B/01 ""CRUISER S H/04 DEMOLITION R/Ol CRYOGENICS 1/09 DfiOLITION SAFETY EXPLOSIVES 1/03 CRYSTAL OG XERS E/04 DEMOLITION UNDER*ATER 1/11 CDENTAL ANESTHESIA C/03.1 CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS E/04 DENTAL CARE C/06.2.CRYSTAL RECTI FI ERS O DENTAL EQUIPMENT C/03.2 DeD C.4 A.2 7 ",,F"' o..,., *., , ,....., '.'.,.'.'.','.'.... '.'...'...',.

50 KKNIPTU: FLO1W : DUCEIPMR: FLO/GIP: DEJIAL NATERIALS C/03.2 DISCS, AUDIO DENTAL PATHOLOGY V/03 C/03 DISCS VIDEO DENTAL PERSSINIEL V1O3 3/07 DISEAAE CONDITIONS DENTISTRY C/02.7 C/03 DISEASE VENEREAL. DEPENIDENTS (MILITARY) C/ S/06 DISEMBE C102.7 DEPOYETS 1/06 DEPOTH DISEAES, SUPL ANINA. /08 DISEASES, C/13 BLOOD C/02.54 DPH6 6R/07 DEPTH 'm';zrs DISEASES, CARDIOVASCULAR P/04 C/02.51 DISEASES, COEIICASLE DERIIATdoLogy C C/02.6 DISEASES, DESCENTS DEFICIENCY PARACHUTE C/ /04 DISEASES, INFECTIOUS C/02.73 DESIER, WAIRCR 1/07 GA ICATA/03 DISEASES, IETABOLIC C/02.74 DESIGN, D!SEASES, BR IDGE RESPIRATORY C/02.58 F/I DISEASES, SKIN C/02.6 DIES DSGN, IGN, MISSILE BUILDING F/1? DISEASES VASCULIAR C/02.51 N/04 DISORDERd APPETITE DESGN, PLANT C/02.53 F/OS DI1SOMRDERS, MIENTAL DESIGN SNIP C/02.17 H/04 DISPOSAL,' GARBAGE DET~ERS F/04 U1/04.5 DI1SPOSAL, SEMAGE DETECTION EWUIPUENT F/04 P/04 DISPOSAL, NASTE DETECT ION,, TIC F/04 P/04 DISTAIICE.I1EASURING EQUIPMENT P/04 DEECT ION, I NFRARED P0 DETECTION, LAGNETIC ITESSGASC1 P/04 DISTRESSUSIGNATHOS DETECTION, RADIATION C/1I P07 D ISTR DETECT IBUTIO ION, HOR ULTRAVIOLET Y G/01. V/4DSTURBANTCES CIVIL DETECTORS NEUTRON 8/09. /07 DISTURBANCES, SOLAR D0 DETONATORS EA 1104IIN DEUTERONS T/06 Rol DVINGGEARC/07 DIVING MEDICINE DEVELOPMENT MORAL. C/02.19 B/12.5 DIVING DEVICES, SCUBA ALAM C/07 1/14 DEVISES, DIVIS16M CELL ARM ING C/02.?2 R/01 DIVISIkN DEV ICES, FUS ION S/0.2 0.Ol DOCK FACILITIES DEVICES, IONING H/O1 Y/04 DEV DOCKS ICES, PNEUMATIC FLOATING F/07 H/ol DOCUNbITTION (INFORNATO STORAGE) S/04 DEVCES, RCDIGV/03 DOCUMNTATION (PHOTO) V/0 I DEVICES DEICES SAFTYM TRAINING 8/04 DOCCIENTAT1OO 0 6SE INFORMATION 8/04 DOCUMENTATION, DIAGNOS AIRCRAIT S (NEDICAL) MAINTENANCE A/05 C/02. 8 DIANONDS DOCUMENTATION FLIGHT 070 A/07 DONESTIC DIES ANiALS C/13 D/OPPLER NAVIGATION DIESEL S YST ENGINES ENS P/04 U/O5 DOSIMETRY DIET 0 DIETETICS C0. DAM RN F/06 DFEETC/o DIFER~flL QUAIOS /01.is DRILL AND CERENONIIES 1/10.1 DIFFERENTIALS (UTOMOTIVE) DRILLING WELL G/0l.2 F/04 DRIVE SHFTSG/1. DIFFRACTION T/05 DRIVING G0. DIFFRACTION GRATINGS T/06 DRIVING SAFETY G/01 DIGITAL CMPTERS E/02 DROP OPERATIONS, W1/02 DIGITAL RECORDING AIR SYSTEMS A/06 V/03 DIODES DROWN ING E/O I 1/05 DRUG ABUSE DI1POLE ANTENNAS E/4 DRUG EFFECTS C0. C/06. DIRECT CURRENT F/013 DRUG... ADDICTION C/09. DIRECTION FINDING EQUIPIEJIT P/04 DRUGS C/06S DISRMMET /01 DRUGS DISASTER HYPNOICS CONTROL AND C/O9 1/05 D DISASTER ED~ EQIPMENT E IP ENT H/01 C/i DUTIES, CALIN D PARDNE3W/0l ISASER DISC DUTIES RECORDING JUDGE ACYOCATE V/O3 B/09 DISCIPLINE DUTY AIRCRAFT, SPECIAL 1/10.2 A/03.7 DYES DISRIMNATON ~IA)8/13 J0 DYNAMIC OCEANIOGRAPHY D/09 A-2-

51 DcIpTlU: F IO/,: DESICIPTo: FW/IGRP: DYNAMICS, GROUP B/11 ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS E/01 I ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES FLASH 1/04 V/ O C.4 EAR H(lIAN C/02.57 ELECTRONIC FLNTENACE E/01 EAULr WARNING SYST7IS 5/03 ELECTRONIC MEASUREIENT T/03 EARTH FEATURES D/06 ELECTRONIC RECORDING SYSTEMS V/03 EARTH MOVING EQUIPIENT F/05 ELECTRONIC SYSTRES E//4". EARTH SCIENCES D/ ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS S/07 EARTHQUAKE WARNING SYSTEMS D/07 ELECTRONIC WARFARE 1/04 EART19AXES D/07 EETOISE ECOL C/04 EECROIC ELECTRONICS LABORATORIES E/0 S/03 ECON I CS 8/03 ELECTRONS T/06 ECONOICS AGRICULTURAL F/01 ELECTROPLATING F/08 ECON I CS, HOME 8/08 ELECTROSTATICS T/03 EDUCATION 8/04 ELECTROTHERAPY C/ EDUITON TESTING B/04 ELECTROTYPING V/02 EDUCATION, CONSUMER 8/02 ELEMENTARY PARTICLES T/06 EDUCATION CREDIT 8/02 EMGENCY EQIPEN"C1 EDUCTI ON: ENV IRONMENTAL F/04 EMERGENCY ESCAP I/ EDUCATION, PHYSICAL C/06.7 EMERGENCY ESCAPE AIRCRAFT W/04 EDUCATION, REI OS U/12 EMERGENCY EVACUAtION /01 EDUCATRION, SEXPET C_ EMERGENCY PROCEDURES T/03. EFFECTIVENESS, COST S/02 EMISSION, FIELD/ EFFECTIVENESS, ORE IZATIOkiT L S/0 EMISSION, GAMMA T/03 EFFECTS, AUNi TION R/04 EMOTIONS B/11 EFFECTS, DRUG C/09EMLEERATOSS6 EFFECTS, EXPLOSION R/04 EMPLOYEE, CVLATIOAN S/0D EFFECTS, RADIATION C/11 EMPLOYEES, GOVERINEN S/07 EFFECTSIC WEA S /0 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM C/02.52 ELESTRIAL (AIR) 1/04 ENDOCRINOLOGY C/02.52 EGRESSIO SETES 1/04 ENDODONTICS C/03.3 ELASTONERS iolenergy APPLICATION ATOMIC p/0 ELECTRIC CURRENTS T/03 ENERGY CONSERVATIOA I/05 ELECTRIC ENGINETENS / ENERGY CONVERSiON E/03 ELECTRIC T/03 ElLS ENERGY STORAGE E/03 ELECTRIC OELODS E/03 ENFORCEMENT, LAWI /09 ELECTRICA ENGINPES W S EEI, T NT/O, ENGINEERING F/ ELECTRICMTR E/03 ENGINEERING, ENIERNG/01FCTR AGRICULTURAL F/01 /6, ELECTRIC POWER PS UCTION E/03 ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURAL F/12 ELECTRIC PROPULSION U/01 EGNEIG HMCLF0 ELECTRIC WIRE E/01 ENGINEERING, CTURAL F/03 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS EC/0. ENINEERING, CIVIL F/4 ELECTRICALEN ERINGF/0 ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL E/07 ELECTRICAL EN IPNE PERTIN ENGINEERING, HIGHWAY F 04 ELECTRICAL ETITEAFCE E/04 ENGINESERIG, HUMAN FACTORS F/06 ELECTRICAL SURECNIN T/03 ENGINEERING, MAAINE S/02 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, AUTOMOTIVE /0 ENGINEERING, MECHAN ICAL F/12 ELECTRICITG T/03 ENGINEERING, MINING U/05 ELECTROk TICA AVNTXNES T/04E IE ATIITV)G0. SAFE03 ELECTRICITY STATIC T/03 ENGINEERING, SANITAY F/4 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY C/D5 ENGINEERING TRAIC F/04 ELECTROENCEPHAJOGRAPHY C/02.56 ENGINEERING, STRUCTURAL F/12 ELECTROFORMI NO F/O8 ENGINEERSN T~RAFFIOCOMA F/04. ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES / ENGINES GAS TINE U/07.5 ELECTROMAGNETIC WARFARE M/04 ENGINES (AIRCRAFT) ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES T/11ENIS(ATMIV)GO. ELECTROMAGNETISM T/03ER S(ATM IV)G0. ELECTRON ACCELERATORS T/6ENGINES, AIRCRAFT o ELECTRON BEANS T/06 ENGINES, ARC-JET U/01 ELECTRON MICROSCOPY T/06 ENGINES, DIESEL U/0S FtECTRON TUBES f/ol ENGINES, ELECTRIC U/01 ELECTRONIC CI RCUITS ~/4ENGINES, GAS TURBINE U/03 A.2.1 I'%:

52 K~mITU:FLDI DECRIPTON: FLO/GRP. ENGINES, HELICOTER il/ ENGINES, E I PUEN, INTEULJ OXYGEN CMUJTIOI C/07 IPIE ENGINES,, PERowA 1ON 1108 U/01 E, I NERT, ENGINES, PHOTOGRHY JET V/01.2 U/03 ENGINES, IPNEJIT, PNEUMATIC PLASMA F/07 U/01 ENINE, IPIENT, RAMJET PROTECTIVE C/10 U/0S ENGINES, IPIENT, RECIPROCATING RADARI U/O5 P/04 E ENGINRES, IPIVENT, TURBINE RADI P/01. U/C3 I E PIPENT, SEA ENG INES, RESCUE TURBOFAN 3/08 U/03 ENGINES: E IPMENT, TURBPROP SuRVIVAL U/03 C112 E ENGLI PIPENT, SH TELEPHONE LANGUAGE P/0 8/ E IPIEJIT... ENLISTED LIQUID PERSONS OXYGEN 3/04 S/0l E R ENLISTMENTS PROBABLE CIRCULAR P/02 S/Cl ENTHALPY ESCAE, AIRCRAff EERGENBCY 3/04 Flo ESCAE, ENTROY EMERGENICY T/10 ESCAPE SUBMARINE ENVIRONMENT LUNAR 3/08 0/02 EJIVIRNNJI WNWI1/14 BIOLOGY C/CA ETICS ENVIRONMENTAL CONIDITIONS, SPACE /11 0/02 ETHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCTION 8/13 ;/04 ETIOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION C/02.14 F/04 EVACUATION, ENZYMES AEROIOICM. A/06 C/02.4 EVACUAT EPIDEMIOLOGY ION EVERGEM 3/01 C/02.7 EVAPORAOR E OPPORTNITY F/02 B/13 E L RIGHTS EXCAVATION EQUIPMENT 0/13 F/05 f EXERCISE TIONS C106.7 K/01 EXERCISES TIONS, (MILITARY) DIFFERENTIAL 1/06 1/01 E IPNENT, EXHIBITIONS, AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC FLJGWA/0 A/03 EXOSPHERE IPIEN1, AEROSPACE GROUND A/O3 A/C? E IPET, E'(PER AIRCRAFT IMENTAL A IRCRAFT A/03 A/03. EXPLORATION I PENT HISTORY, RATH SPACE X/01 F/1l E EXPLOSION IPIEN COUUNICATION EFFECTS P/Cl R0 EXPLOSIE E PINT1ONTRCTO DECOUI' RESSION F/C5 C/02. E I PIENT, EXPLOSIVE CNEING... CUAGE F/OS R/0l EXPLOSIVE EIPIEJT OECX... MINES SAFETY 1/Cl ff/o1 E PIE, EXPLOS IVES DENTAL C/03.2 R/Ol EXPLOS EIPIENT, IVES DEMOLITION DETECTION SAFETY V/03 P/04 E IPRIM, EXPLOSIVES DIRECTIOil FIRE FINDING PROTECTION SAFETY P/04 W/03 E IPIENT, EXPLOSIVES DISASTER LOADED AIRCRFT SAFETY C/12 3/03 E PRIERI, DISTANCE.MEASURING EXPLOSIVES STORAG SAFETY P/04 1/03 EXPLOSIVES, E HIGH IPNEXT, M WYOC R/0l H/C EXPLOSIVES, PIENT, NUCLEAR EARTH ROVING 0 E I PNENT, F/05 ELECTRIC EXPOSRE E/ EXPOSURE SUITS F/02. 2 E IPIENT, ELECTR IC POIIER E/03 C/I0 EIPIENT, EXTENSION ELECTICAL TRAINING. E/O4 8/04 EXTINGUISHERS, 1PENP't1, EMERGENCY FIRE I/ C/I?. EXTRUSION. IPIENT, EXCAVATION F/CS F/08 IF E IPIENT, FACNDSIIIL P/02. FABRICATION, NETALLMIG E UPOR PINT GOUD F/0l EI PIENT, HOSPITAL ACFACILITIES, FAIIIS AIR COK A0 E IPlEAT, HYDRAULIC V17FACILITIES, MARIN /O E IPIENT, INDIVIDUAL H/Cl 1/03 FACILITIES, PAINER I PIENT, KITCHEN H/C1 C/CS FACILITIES, POERT/O E PNENT, LABORTORY S/0 FACILITIES. POTEST0 EI PUNT LUDRY 06C.5 E NERT, LIGHTING FACSIILTES TES F/2FCII P/Cl. I E LJIPIENT IPNT, LOWA P0. P/04 FACTOR ANALYSIS IPETMRIN0/4FACTORS K/Ol E IPIENT, MARINE HAET /Os FALLOUT ENGINEERING, SHELTERS HUMAN F/O06 I PIEIT, MARINECAFET 3/01 /Cl FALLOUT SHELTERS NUCLEAR IPIENT, MEDSICLE 3/Cl SPPR/C1 CRW FALLOUT RADIOACtIVE/0 E PIENT, OPTISSILE GRUDSPWTNC ILY 6061NSELING 11. IPINT OPICL T05FARMING F/Cl

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57 Doi) C.4 UEWcIPTON: FIJI:11 KEKNIPTOR: FLDIGNP: L W E IPETC/06.5 MACHINE TOOLS R/09 1MIRYE~JIME~l /09 MACHINEGIJNS F/O5 LAI ENFORCEMIENT B/SMCIEYP/04 LAI, CIVIL B/OS MAGNETIC COMPASSES LAW,Il.ITARY B/09 MAGNETIC DETECTION P/04 LAY CNTROLSYSTMS BOROARYA/03MAGNETIC FIELDS T0 LYER LANINAR BOUNDAkY A/01MANTC IES/1 LA q OTO YST G MS OUN AR P/02 MANEI MEORINE G V/03 LAYINM SYSES V/03ECRDN LEADERSHIP 1/10.4 MAGETIC RECORD;NG SYSTEMS V0 LEADERSHI P... COUNSELING 1/10.4 MAGNETISM T/03 LEARNINMG 8/04 MAGNETOS E0 LANINTHOYB/04 MIAGMETRONS F/01 LETE /06 MAIL (POSTAL SERVICE) /04 LEABFAR /0S MAINTENNE DOCUMENTA TION, AIRCRAFT Av LEJSE (TEOY'T/05 MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL S/07 LENSES ASPER fcal T/05 MANTJANCE, AIRCRAFT A/05 LESS AEAV/01 EMAIN ENCE AUTOMOTIVE G/01 LESS HTGAHCV/01 MAINTENNE BOAT H/03 LESSTLPOOV/01 MINTENANCE, ELECTRICAL E/04 LEVEL OTROL STOCK 1/08 MAINTENANCE, ELECTRONIC E/01 LIRR8CR /04 MAINTENANCE, SHIP H/03 LIERFSC/12 MAINTENANCE TANK R/03 LIESPOTC/07 MAJOR CMAiwDS ARM S/05.2 LIEJALF7. KMANMACHINE RELATIONS F/06 LCWNS/02.55 MANAGEMENT S LIHIGF/02 MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS S/02 LGTN UIETF/02 MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING S/02 LII IN /03 MANAGEMENT PLANNING S/U2 *LIGHTS, FLUORESCENT F/02 MNGEMENT, GENERAL S/02 LIMBS ARTIFICIAL C/02.18 MANAMGEMENT, HOME 8/08 Lil LIftRS, CURRENT E/04 MANAMGEMENT OFFICE S/04 LIOOY0/09 MANAGFEMET, PAPERWORK S/04 LNUSiS8/10 MANAGEMENT, PERSONNEL S/04 L 10OYE E PET1/04 MANAGEMENT, TRAINING 8/04 LI ID OXYGEN SFRYIICING) 1/04 MIANIAGE S/06 LI ID ROCKET UIJLS U/07 MANEUVERS (MIILITARY) M/06 LIIERATURE 8/06 MANNED SPACECRAFT X/02 LITHOGRAP~IlY V/02 LMAPOWER STUDIES S/06 LIVER C/02.53 MANUFACTURING METHODS F/O8 LOADED AIRCRAFT SAFETY, EXPLOSIVES V/03 MAP MATCHING, STELLAR P/03 LODINARDNMICT/08 MAP PLOlTERS, STEREOSCOPIC D/04 LODN A AI /02 MAP READING P/03 LODN:T6C /02 MAPPING D/04 LOADING, qehicle G/02 MARINE H LAS8/02 MARINE CORPS HISTORY M/09.5 LOCATIONS GEOGRAPHIC 0/06 MARINE CORPS UNITS S/05.5 6/ONT~tG03 MARINE CORPS, INSTALLATIONS - S/05.5 LOI8/12 MARINE CORPS, MILITARY HISTORY - M/09.5 LOI OPTRE/02 MARINE CORPS RESERVES - S/05.5 IOItc /OS MARINE ENGI~tERING H/04 *LOGISTICS... IIATER IEL 1/08 MARINE EQUIPMENT 11/04 LOP/ IET04 MIARINE F ILITIES 11/01 LODP ESE/01 MARINE SAFETY EQUIPMENT W/oS LUBRICAIT. J/01 MARINE... HULLS H/04 LUNAR BASES X/01 MARINE... PROPELLERS H/04 LUNAR CRAFT X/04 MARINE... SALVAGE H/03 LUNAR ENV IRONNULN D/02 MARINE... SHIPPING H/02 LYMPHtATIC SYSTEM C/02.54 MARINE... TANKERS H/04.3 LYSFRGIC ACIDS C/OS MARKERS CHANNEL H/01 M - MARKSIASHIP R/05 MAC~lESHO PRCTIES /OSMARRIAGE COUNSELING 8/12.4 IIIACIIIE HO PACTICS F/0 F~lSAI2 15

58 d el c.4 ESIPTOwi: FLOP W: DISlIPTON: FLD/GiP: M.~ ERS panse X02 LASER MECWTVESSELS H/04 MAmSS OXYGEN /04 C/07 ESSES METABOLIC DISEASES C/05 HAS ANALYSIS AIR C/02.74 D/08 METABOLISM MASS SPECTROSCOPY C/02.4 T/02 MATCHING, METAL STELLAR SPINNING MAP P/03 F/O8 IATERIAL (LOGISTICS) METAL MORING 8/08 F/OS MATERIAL... NETAL, STORAGE SHEET MORKING I/O F/O8 MATERIALS METAL-WORKING TOOLS I/ F/09 METALLURGY MATERIALS, BUILDING J/05 MATERIALS, CLASSIFIED Ff05 METALLURGY 1/14 FABRICATION METALLURGY... REFINING F/08 MATERIALS, COMPOSITE J/06 J/05 METEORITES MATERIALS, CONSTRUCTION D/02 F/O5 MATERIALS, DE-ICING METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITES J/06 X/02 MATERIALS, METEOROLOGY DENTAL C/03.2 0/08 METEOROLOGY... MATERIALS JET STREAKS PHOTOGRAPHIC D/08 V/O MATERIALS, TRAINING METHODS IMPROVEMENT 8/04 S/02 M: MATERIALS... AGING F/09 METHODS IICROOI6LOGY MANUFACTURING C/02.9 F/OS MATERIALS... FRACTOGRARHY 1/05 J/0511CRFI~lV/01 MICROFL/Ol MATERIALS... HARDENING F/0 MATHEMATICAL MICROSCOPY ANALYSIS K/Ol T/O5 MATHEMATICAL MICROSCOPY MODELS ELECTRON K/OI T/05 IICROWAVE MATHEMATICS COfMUNICATION P/01. K/ I MATTER INTERSTELLAR MILITARY BENEFiTS 0/02 S/06 MILITARY ieasurtient, ELECTRICAL T/03 MILITARY BIOGRAPHIES CEREMONIES M/09 3/10 MEASUREMENT, ELECTRONIC T/03 MILITARY CLOTHING 1/10 MEASURING SYSTEMS, RADIATION Q/07 MILITARY CUSTOMS 3/08 I MAT C/05 MECHANICAL MILITARY ENGINEERING FIELD NEDICINE F/12 C/02.1O MILITARY MECHANICAL HISTORY FASTENERS 1/09 F/1O MECHANICS, QUANTUM MILITARY HISTORY- AIR FORCE T/07 V/09.1 MECHANICS, SOIL MI.TARY HISTORY ARMY 0/07 11/09.2 MECHANICS, MILITARY SOLID HISTORY - COAST GUARD T/08 1/09.3 MECHANICS, STRUCTURAL MILITARY HISTORY - FOREIGN T/O8 3/09.4 NECHANICS... MILITARY HISTORY - BUCKLING MARINE CORPS T/O8 3/09.5 MILITARY HISTORY - MECHANISM NAVY (AMMUNITION), FIRING 1/09.6 R/O! NECHANISM MILITARY (HUMAN), INTELLIGENCE SENSORY C/ /05 NECHNISMS (WEAPOA), FIRING MILITARY R/05 JUSTICE MILITARY JUSTICE, UNIFORM CODE OF B/O9 8/09 MEDIA (TRAINING) 8/04 MEDICAL E UIPIENT MILITARY C/08 MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS LAM 8/09 S/0O MEDICAL LABORATORIES C/O0S MILITARY ORIENTATION 3/05 MEDICAL PERSONNEL MEDICAL C/02 SCIENCES MILITARY PERSONNEL C/ S/07 MILITARY MEDICAL SERVICES POLICE C/06 8/09 MILITARY RESERVES CAL SUPPLIESILITARY SCIECE S/05 MEDICAL TECHNICIANS C/02 MEDICAL... DIAGNOSIS MILITARY C/2MLTRYSCRT SECURITY C/02.8 MILITARY TRAINING GENERAL /14 MEDICAL... X-RAY PHOTOGRAPHY C/08 MILITARY UNITS, /110.2 MEDICINE FOREIGN C/02 5/05.4 MEDICINE, AEROSPACE MILITARY... COURTESIES C/Oz.1 3/10 MEDICINE, MILITARY... AVIATION CUSTOMS C/02.1 M,'lO MEDICINE MILITARY... CLINICAL DEPENDENTS C/02 S/06 MEDICINE DIVING MILITARY... EXERCISES C/ /06 iledicine, MILITARY MILITARY... F!ELO FUNERAL C/02.10 S/06 MILITARY... INTELLIGENCE MEDICINE PREVENTIVE 3/O5 MEDICINE, SPACE C/02.16 C/02.1 MILITARY... MILITARY... MANEUVERS RESERVES N/06 S/S0 MEDICINE SUBMARINE C/02.19 MINE WARFARE S/01.3 MEDICINE, VETERINARY C/13 MINERALOGY M/07 imenaory B/I MENTAL MNliERALS DISORDERS C/ /07 MENTAL... MINERALS, INTELLIGENCE CLAY 8/I1 D/07 MINERALS... GEMS 0/07 A-2.16 F [ : : : 2 : [:,..,..:.. - : :.:.., : : :.:,: : : -:.: : :..,.. : ::: ::: ::..: : : :.: : : :.:.:.: : :: :: : 2,;.:, :.:.:. :.:. :.:. :.:,: N.. - N V. -.. N ~ - - N N - -

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65 DEMIPTM: FLDIIP: DESU3IPTM: FLD/G.RP: SELF ADVANCEEIENT 8/04 SMALL ARMS... RIFLES R/D5 SELF DEFENSE 1/10.2 SWOKE GENERATORS R/O1 SELF-PROPELLED GMN R/05 SIODE MUNITIONS R01 SEomITICS 8/10 SUKE OPERATIONS 1/07.4 SEi ICONDUCTORS T/09 SMOKING C/06.9 SENSATION (PHYSIOLOGY) C/02.56 SoW 0/08 SEN!,ORY IECHAN IIS (HUIAJ ) C/02.56 SNOW VEHICLES G/O! SEUENTIAL PHOTOGRAPHY V/01.2 SNOW... SLEDGES G/01 SERVICE CRAFT H/04.10 SOAPS J/10 SERVICE, CIVIL S/07 SOCIAL ACTIONS 8/13 SERVICE, OVERSEAS S/06 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 8/ll SERVICE VCOEN IN S/07 SOCIAL SCIENCES B/ SERVICES, MEDICAL C/06 SOCIAL... DISCRIMINATION 8/13 SERVICES PERSOMNL 8/02 SOCIOLOGY B/13 SERVICINR... LIQUID OXYGEN 1/04 SOIL 0/07 SERVOlUCHANI SS E/04 SOIL CONSERVATION F/01 SEWAGE DISPOSAL F/04 SOIL MECHANI CS D/07 SEX EDUCATION C/06.3 SOLAR ATMOSPHERE 0/02 SEXTANTS P/04 SOLAR DISTURBANCES D/02 SEXTANTS PERISCOPIC P/04 SOLAR FURNACES F/02 SHAf"TS, 6RIVE G/01.2 SOLAR RADIATION 0/02 SHAPED CHARGES R/01 SOLAR SATELLITES X/02 SHEET METAL WORNING F/08 SOLAR SYSTEMS D/02 SHELTERS, FALLOUT 1/01 SOLDERING F/08 SHELTERS, NUCLEAR FALLOUT 1/01 SOLID MECHAN ICS T/08 SHELTERS SURVIVAL C/12 SOLID ROCKEi FUELS U/07 SHIrLDI k NUCLEAR 0JO5 SOLID ROCKET PROPELLANTS U107 SHIP CREit?/07 SOLID STATE PHYSICS T/09 SHIP DAMAGE CONTROL 1/08 SOLUTION, HEAT OF T/1O SHIP DESIGN H/04 SOLVENTS J/10 SHIP MAINTENANCE H/03 soa P/04 SHIP SAFETY 1/08 SONIC BOON T/O1 SHIPSOARD... RIGGING H/02 SONIC BOOMS T/01 SHIPIENT HOUSEHOLD GOODS S/06 SOUND T/01 SHIPIEN' 11/08 SOUND NOTION PICTURES V/01.1 SHIPPING (MARINE) H/02 SOUND REPRODUCTION SYSTEMS V/03 SHIPPING OPERATIONS H/02 SOUND TRANSMISSION T/01 SHIPS H/04 SOURCES POWER E/03 SHIPS, AMPHIBIOUS H/04.2 SPACE ASTiONAUTICS X/01 SRIPS, CaRGO H/04.3 SPACE CAPSULES X/02 SHIPS SALVAGE H/04.9 SPACE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS D/02 SHIPYARDS N/01 SPACE EXPLORATION HISTORY X/O1 SHOP PRACTICES, MACHINE F/08 SPACE FLIGHT X/01 SHORAN P/03 SPACE MEDICINE C/02.1 SHORE PATROL 8/09 SPACE NAVIGATION P/03 SICKNESS, AIR MOTION C/02.1 SPACE STATIONS X/02 SICKNESS, DECOMPRESSION C/02.19 SPACE SUITS C/07 SICKNESS RA.ZIATION C/11 SPACE TECHNOLOGY X/ SIGHTS 6PTICAL P/02 SPACE-LAUNCHED MISSILES N/04.1 SIGNAQL P/O1 SPACECRAFT X/02 SIGNALS, AUDITORY r/01 SPACECRAFT GROUND SAFETY 1/04 SIGNALS DISTRESS C/12 SPACECRAFT LAUNCH VEHICLES X/03 SIMULAT6RS A/07 SPACECRAFT PROPULSION U/06 SKIN DISEASES C/02.6 SPACECRAFT TRAJECTORIES X/04 SKIP BOMSING P/02 SPACECRAFT, RANNED X/02 SLEDGES (SNOW) G/01 SPACECRAFT, RENDEZVOUS X/02 SLEDS G/01 SPACESHIPS X/02 SLEEP C/02.56 SPEAKING PUBLIC B/05 SLIDE RULE K/O1 SPECIAL OUTY AIRCRAFT A/03.7 SMALL ARMS R/05 SPECIAL OPERATIONS 1/07.7 SMALL ARKS AMMNITION R/OI SPECIAL VEHICLES R/03 DOb C-4 A.2-23 r" lnei. Ii

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130 '.4 D.l C-4 COMNM? BULLITIN NO. 42 (65315 CO) GRSS, THE (20115 DA) COMMITMENT STORY OF TO THE EXCELLENCE, AF ACADEMY A - ( ) ""1114 COMMAT AT BLLETIN DA NO. 45 (3S375 OF) (20031 OF) ;.OM "(COM6AT DULLITIN NO. 4C CARR M) OIER FOR O11 SPAC -- TITAN CONSTRUCTION OF 10,000 BARREL BOLTED CO030BDAT BULLETIN NF. STEEL TANKS PART I. FOUNDATION, S(20305B A) (20923 O)i BOTTOM AND SIDEWALLS COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 47 COMM SEA. THE (OCEANOGRAPHER OF THE (29331 DA) ; (24310 CA) NAVY PECIAL VERSION) ( )N(3430 ON ) CONSTRUCTION OF BARREL BOLTED COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 48 STEEL TANKS-. PART II..CENTER "(20311 DA) COMMUNICATIONS CABLE-PIC -. COLOR SUPPORT, DECK, VALVES AND VENTS CODE (29336 IA) COMBAT BULLETIN )(27938 F) CONSTRUCTION OF ARCTIC IGLOO (20312 (A)202 OA) C21OMA BULLETIN C A NO. COMMUBIS (20042 CONSTRUCTION (20502I IA)5(002F OF DIESEL ENGINES, THE (203!13 k) COiIWII I (23545 ON) ' COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 50 (20042 Off) "3 (20314 DA) CONSTRUCTION OF LOAD LINES "(3ICOiIis (39903 OF) COAT(20319BULLETIN NO. 55 (20042 A) CONSTRUCTION OF THE SCREW LOCK "COMMUNISM AND FREEDOM OPEN ENO SECTIONAL SPLINT COIBAT BULLETIN NO. SB DISCUSSION FILM (25851 DA). (20320 IA) (23546 IA) SCONTACT (AMBUSH), COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 51 COMMUNITY MARINE, THE (23424 DN) (20322 IA) (23520 ORf) CONTRACEPTION: ALTERNATIVES FOR TODAY COMBAT BULLETIN NO. SB COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF OEITAL (30539 IA) (20323 DA) HANDPIECES (28202 OF) CONTRACT NEGOTIATION TECHNIQUES RJCOMBAT BULLETIN NO. 1S243 F (20324 DI) COMPLENENTARY SYMMETRY (27434 IF) ";COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 0 (39906 OF) CONTRACT QUALITY REQUIREMENTS "* (20325 IA) COMPLETE DENTURES ALGIKATE (3409 OF) -,IMPRESSIONS CONTROL OF BLOOD LOSS IN EXTENSIVE COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 51 (23853 OR) AUTOGRAFTING i' { IA) (20326 COMPLETE DENTURES REiOUNT (25964 IA) COMBAT-BULLETIN NO. 62 PROCEDURES CONTROL OF CORROSION BY CATHODE (20327 IA) (24666 IO) PROTECTION -. BURIED METAL STRUCTURES COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 63 COMPLICATED EXODONITA INTRODUCTION (24164 IN) (2032 ) ( R)CONTROL 0! FEAR IN COMBAT -!,* COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 4 CONMPESIOR CONTROLS LEADERSHIP IN COMBAT (20329 IA) ( R) (33293 IA) COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 65 COMPUTER LOGIC PART I - BINARY CONTROL OF HEMORRHAGE "(20330 IA) NUMBERS (29825 IA) COMBAT BULLETIN NO. Of (24518 DR) CONTROL OF MARINE ORGANISMS (20331 IA) COMPUTER LOGIC. PART i1. LOGIC (24193 ON) - SYMBOLOGY COMBAT FIRING WITH HAND GUNS (24519 OR) CONTROL OF WOO DESTROYING ORGANISMS.;, IA) (20504 COMPUTER SYSTEMS IN PERSONNEL (24191 IN) COMBAT HUNTER PHASE III ACCOUNTING COOKING OUTFIT FOR SMALL DETACHMENTS (21000 OF) (22321 IA) (28227 IA) COMBAT IN DEEP SNOW AND EXTREME COLD COMPUTER UNITS COOPER BESSEMER DIESEL ENGINE (29641 IA) (24520 IN) MAINTENANCE - BENCH WORK PART 5 REASSEMBLY OF COMIAT SCHOLAR INTELLIGENCE OFFICER COMPUTING THE WEATHER (23709 ON) (34383 OR) (34367 ON) CORPSMAN CYLINDER HEAD COMBINATION FOR SECURITY CONCERN AND ANXIETIES OF OSTONATES (23422 IN) p-.(20489 OA) (11334 DA) (249I)(134I)CORRECTION OF MANDIBULAR PROGNATHISM COMBINED CAROTID ENOARTERECTOMY INNOINATE CONOFDNER CONTROLS (20575 OR) BY VERTICAL SLIDING OSTEOTOMY (25902 IA) ( IA) CONDUCTIVITY TEST. THE CORRECTION OF PROGNATHIC MALOCCLUSION COMMAND AND CONTROL (24586 OR) BY BILATERAL MANDIBULAR OSTECTOMY (26450 OF) CONFLAGRATION (25972 DA),;OMERCIAL CATTLE SLAUGHTERING (10805 IA) CORRECTION OF UNILATERAL PROGNATHISM +. +\ +"' FWl7H02-5S IL.J lb-ll ' 0.4 L,5"

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132 DEVIATION Of PASCAL'S LAW PART I DISASTER PREPAREDNESS OF TIE SM DO-DIODE LIMITER (TSTR) (&3711 on) ESTARL I SNUNT1 (39955 DF) DEVIATION OF PASCAL'S LAW PART 2 (34364 ON) DYAMuITE RUN ( ) DISUS I NGi CLERK (OK) (11207 OR) DEW LINE (12791 ON) E-1 SURVIVAL KIT, THE (26230 DISEASE DF) RECOGNITION.. AMERICAN (27345 DF) TRYPANOSOUIASIS CHAGAS DISEASE DEW LINE STORY, THE (25115 OR) (50774 OF) (26254 F DISEASE RECOGNIT ION (5 ON A I74 E R) D.D C.4 DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF THE LEISHNIANIASIS ESA ON STATION: EUROPE SUBLUXATING SHOULDER (25116 OR) (50473 OF) (30552 oa) DISEASE RECOGNITION SCUB TYPUS EAGLE HAS LANDED, THE DIAGNOSIS OF PERIPHERAL NERVE (25117 DR) (20060 OR) INJURIES, THE (258M od) DIVING AND SURFACING -- PART 3 EAGLE HAS LANDED, THE THE FLIGHT DIAUOED IN THE SKY (20559 R) F(20060 OF) (22113 DN) DIVING FOR SCIENCE EAGLE'S TALON, THE DIESEL ENGINE GOVERNORS LIMITING (?574 O) (26383 OF) SPEED MIECHANICAL GOVERNORS DO YOU CARE FOOD SANITATION EARLY BALLOONS (23547 OR) ( ) (34867 ON) DIESEL ENGINE GOVERNORS PART I DOCTOR, PATIENT, DIETITIAN -. AND YOU EARTHQUAKE WOODWARD GOVERNORS (30484 DA) (20456 OA) (23546 OR) DOD JOINT PARACHUTE TEST FACILITY, EARTHQUAKE DIESEL ENGINE, THE THE (23544 ON) (26455 OF) (20454 IA) DIESEL LUBRICATION AND COOLING DOING BUSINESS WITH THE US All FORCE EARTHQUAKERS, THE SYSTEMS (51042 OF) (26133 OF) (23548 OR) ESrGRA IIAYFRE DOLLARS AND SENSE THE ARMY EAS! GERMAN MILITARY FORCES DIESEL LUBRICATION AND COOLING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (20121 OF) SYSTEMS LUBRICATION OF THE SERIES ENGINES (22369 DA) ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS (23549 DN) DOLLY SET, THE RELIABILITY IN DIGITAL COMPUTER TECHNIQUES (29854 DA) E2G9 ON) "INTRODUCTION D EDGE OF DISCOVERY DON'T LET THEM BURN DI41DE, TUBES9 (34366 EMIS ON) N AEFFECTS OF MARINE ORGANISMS IOE,HARGTUBES, EISSION AND SPACE DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM ANIAUB-64 (24192 OR) CHNC OPERATION (39956 OF) ( ) EFFECTS OF WEIGHT ON STABILITY, PART DIODES AND RECTIFIER CIRCUITS. - 2 WEIGHT ADDITIONS "SOLID STATE DIODES DoWE TO EA)TH (23554 DR) "* (39327 OF) OF) EFFECTS OF WEIGHT ON STABILITY, PART DIRECT BONDING IN DENTISTRY.. DOWN TO THE WIRE I SHIFT OF WEIGHT TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATION (25628 OR) (23553 OR) (65173 D4) DRAGON'S TEETH EFM AND SOURCES DIRECT CURRENT GENERATORS..- THEORY (30141 OA) (39064 OF) OF OPERATION DRILL SERGEANT EH.NS FILM PROCESSOR (24341 DR) (3 (30296 IA) (25172 ON).. MAINTENANCE DIRECT CURRENT MOTORS.. THEORY OF OPERATION DRONING THE COLD FACTS EN.38 FILM PROCESSOR (24349 ON) (31306 DA) AND MAINTENANCE OPERATION DIRECTION, ORIENTATION, AND LOCATION DROWNING - THE COLD FACTS (25171 OR) " WITH A COPASS (31306 OF) EH.38 FILM PROCESSOR.. QUALITY (0.CONTROL (29407 DRONNPROOFING SAFETY AND (25173 ON) DIRECTION, ORIENTATION, AND LOCATION SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES FOR SWlIIlS WITHOUT A COMPASS AND NONSWiERS EJECTION VECTORS * (29406 OD) (27095 OF) (26628 OF) DIRECTIONAL COUPLER DRUG ABUSE PART I ELECTRICAL TRAUMA (51335 OF) (23369 OR) (25982 DA) DIRIGIBLE AND SPHERICAL BALLOONS DRUG ABUSE. PART II ELECTRICIAN'S MATE (34368 ON) (23370 OR) (35613 ON) DISASTER FEEDING DRUG ABUSE. PART III ELECTRO-RETINOGRAPHY (28222 DA) (23371 OR) (65312 DA) B-13 %1 '~=1,',,

133 ho C.4 ELECTRIOuAh41" C INTERFERENCE ASHORE ( R) (20393 CA) (2a"4 OR) ENVIRONMENTAL TESTI. I AT WHITE SAMOS MISSILE RAJIGE FACES OF RESCUE (26653 OF) ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE FRN (23019 OA) NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS PHENOMENOLOGY FACIAL TRAUUA PART III EXTRA ORAL (22974 CA) ENZYME ASSISTED CATARACT SURGERY FIXATION OF BAXILLOFACIAL ELECTRIAGM[T S ( ) FRACTURES ELECROMANETS(25936 OA) (24112 ON) EQUAL 70 THE ENVIROUETIT ELECTRON THEORY, THE ( A) FAITH AND THE PRISONER OF WAR ELECTON TEORY THE(30464 OA) ( N) EQUIPMENT OF THE SOLDIER ELECTRONIC FUNCTIONAL MODULES (69354 Ok) FALCONS ON THE WING ELECRONC FNCTINALMODLES(38583 OF) (24013 OF) ERECTING LARGE POLES ELECTRONICS BASIC CIRCUITS ) FAMOUS (35(2735 GENERALS ARNOLD FREQUENCY CONVERSION ESCAPE (30157 IA) (2424 DF) (27394 ) FAMOUS GENERALS. BRADLEY ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN ESPIONAGE: TARGET.US ARMY (30153 CA) (35614 DO) ( A) FAMOUS GENERALS EISENHOWER ELECTROSTATIC CATHODE.RAY TUBE ESTABLISHING PRIMARY SURVEY CONTROL (30152 CA) (39994 OF) POINTS FAMOUS GENERALS MACARTHUR ELEMENTARY OPTICS IN PHOTOGRAPHY (23867 N) (30151 CA) (23813 ON) EUROPE AND AMERICA FAMOUS GENERALS NARSHALL ELEMENTS OF RELIABILITY PREDICTION OF) (30154 CA) (24392 NO) EUROPE AND AMERICA (4603S DR) FAMOUS GENERALS (30156 CA) PATTON ELEMENTS OF STABILITY IN SHIPS (23552 NF) EVACUATION OF CIVILIANS FAMOUS GENERALS PERSHING EJASSY MARINE SENSE OF SECURITY, A ka) (20507 ( A) ( ) EVAPORATOR CONTROLS FAMOUS GENERALS STILWELL (20573 DR) (30153 OA) ERC PROGRAM CONSIDERATION (25593 NR) EVERGLADES AND AFTER, THE FAMOUS THIRD ARMY, THE EMERGENCY AIlR AY - A PLAN Of ACTION (20485 CA) (20370 IA) ( A) EXECUTIVE CHECK FEEDBACK EUERGENCY CHILDBIRTH (26338 OF) (39995 OF) (24716 NO) EXERCISE PATHFINDER EXPRESS FEMININE TOUCH, THE (20158 OF) (30253 OA) EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE!HOCK (29805 CA) EXERCISE SKI JUMP FEINTANYL-VALIUM TECHNIQUE EMERGENCY TREATMENT SECTION (22924 CA) (33090 IA) (29837 CA) EXPANDABLE SHELTER FEW GOD0 MEN, A Elll CONTRIOL METHODS E L29832 IA) (23521 ON) (25591 NO) EXPERT RIDER FIBRONUSCULAR DYSPLASIA OF THE INCOTRIACHEAL SUCTIONING PRIOCEDURES (46017 DO) INTERNAL (67268 OA) CAROTID ARTERIES (30526 IA) EXPIRT RIDER INEIIY AGENT AND YOU, THE (46017 CA) FIELD (30262 ARTILLERY CA) CENTER, THE ( A) EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL THUNDER STEALERS, THE FIELD ENGINEERING IN THE SUBARCTIC.. ENEMY IN MODERN BATTLE, THE (25637 ON) PART I.. WINTER ROADS ( A) EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE RECONNAISSANCE (29354 IA) ENERGY BALANCE AND WEIGHT CONTROL (30017 IA) FIELD ENGINEERING IN THE SUBARCTIC.- ( A) PART II. WINTER FIELD EYES AND EARS OF THE ARCTIC.. THE FORTIFICATIONS ENGINE TUNEUP DEW SYSTEM (29355 IA) (29884 IA) (20997 OF) FIELD WASTE DISPOSAL ENGINEERING FOR TOMORROW EYES OF THE NORTH ( OA) (30259 IA) (26433 OF) FIGHT FOR LIFE, THE ENUCLEATION OF THE TRAUMATIZED EYE F.111 WEAPON SYSTEM F.1110 (30210 IA) (25959 CA) CAPABILITIES.. F.111D MARK II AVIONICS INTRODUCTION FIGHT FOR THE SKY, THE LN(IRONMENT FOR EDUCATION (38448 OF) (26524 OF) ( ) FACE OF A NATION FIGHTING FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON NAVAL (25127 ON) (20367 CA) COASTAL OPERATIONS. A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE FACE OF DISASTER, THE FILARIASIS Fl7902o 42 B-14

134 DO C 4 (ufixed VIM PRIMIARY FLIGHT TRAINING(06 A FILES AMD FILING FART ViII - IH OPERATIONS FORTRESS linthe SEA (24053 w) (29225 OA) (30141 OA) FILTERS (A) FLAGI DAY FOUNATIONS AND CONCRETE (3541 OF) ( R) (m347 01) 1 FILTERS (1) FLEET THAT CAME TO STAY, THE FOURTH ARMORED DIVISION, THE (39149 IF) (23819 DO) (30271 DA) FIRE PREVENTION KNOW YOURE FIZE FLEETS IN BEING FOURTH INFANTRY DIVISION, THE HAZARDS (25219 ON) (30243 IA) (24260 DO FLIGHT FRAMING. FLOOR JOISTS, AND WALLS FiRE PREVENTION NATURE OF FiRE, (25563 II) (23410 IN) THE (225 FLIGHT LINE SAFETY FRAMING, HIP AND VALLEY RAFTERS (24511)(29201 IA) (23150 ON) FiRE PREVENTION AND THE MOEFLIGHT TO THE SOUTH POLE FRAMING. RAFTER PRINCIPLES, AND (27347 OF)(236D)CMORATS FIRE.-ARTILLERY ACTION IN KOREA ( )C ON)RFTR (23124 IA) FLIGHT TRAINING -.BEFORE YOU FLY (34 N ( )) FREE FALL SAFETY PROCEDURES FIREPOWER FOR FREEDOM FOTN ORDCS CIA DCKOR(23122 IA) (30193 IA) FLEET REPAIR, THE FREE PEOPLE, A FIRESIDE BOILER REPAIRS *.HIGH(253O)208CA TEMPERATURE CASTAIL REFRACTOR ES(253I)201IA (24014 ON) FLOATING DRYDOCKS THE COMBAT DOCK FREEDOM AND YOU FOR FLEET REPAIR (20016 IA) FIRST 3000, THE ( ) FREEDOM AND YOU (22335 DA) FLOSSING (20016 IF) FIRST AID -PART I MAJOR WOUNDS AND (25751 ON)FRUECMOLAIN ATI BSC (282D)FLUID (2542 A)OPERATION COUPLING. THE PRINCIPLES Of RINCIPLES (20391 IA) FIRST AIR CAVALRY DIVISION (29817 IA) FEUNYSETU (30221 DA) FLY MARINE (39152 IF) FIRST FORTY DAYS, THE (11172 ON)FREDY NMTH (20371 DA) FLYING SWEPT WING T.TAIL JET (26519 IF) FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION IN VIETNAM TRANSPORTS RED N EGBOSADPOL 1 (30284 IA) (27831 OF) FRINDSADNIOOSWN EPEW FIS NTARGET FOG AND LOW CEILING CLOUDS -UPILOPE (26N9OF)p (26393 IF) FOG AND FRONTAL FOG (2472 DO)FROM KITTY HAWK TO AEROSPACE FIT TO BREATHE(213 N (26415 IF) (30485 IA) FOILBORNE FIV O LDDES HE RIGE(25773 DO) FROM THESE BEGINNINGS (24508 ON) FOOD AND WATER, DETECTION OF (12 F RADIATION AND CONTAMINATION FRONTIERS OF TRADE FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT TRAINING - (29787 IA) (22351 IA) PART 11 THE FOUR BASIC FUNDAMENTALS OF FLIGHT FOOL AND HIS MONEY, A FUEL STORAGE TANK CLEANING (29219 IA) ( ON) (24166 IN) FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT TRAINING - FOOTPRINTS IN THE SEA FULL BLADE PART III - BASIC GROUND TRACK (25133 IN) (23420 IA) MANEUVERS (29220 IA) FOR SOLDIERS TO SEE FUNDAMENTAL CONCiPTS PART 1 FIEDWIG RIAR FIGT RANIG( IA) (24336 IN) PARTD WING CONARYFIDENC M RAINNEUER FO AO UDMNA CNET AT2 STEEP TURNS, STALLS AND SPINS (23446 IN) (24387 IO) (2921 A)FORCEPS DELIVERIES -PART ViII FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF FUZES FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT TRAINING - PIPER FORCEPS (29986 IA) PANT V -TAKEOFFS, LANDINGS AND (25925 IA)FUDMNAPRCILSOVBATG TRAFFIC PATTERNFUDMNAPRNILSOVBATG (29222 IA) FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT TRAINING (231I)(47 N FORCES I$! RESERVE SYSTEMS S ;NGLE MASS -PART I PART VI FORCED LANDINGS FOREIGN OBJECTS DAMAGE TO ARMY FUNDAMENTALS OF BALLISTICS (29223 IA) AIRCRAFT (29866 IA) FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT TRAINING - (29274 IA) FUNDAMENTALS OF CARRIER TELEPHONY PART VII DIRECTIONAL CONTROL FORT BLISS HEART OF ARMY AIR PART I OPERATION OF A CARRIER (29224 IA) DEFENSE SYSTEM S

135 bd C.4 (28346 ) GENERAL MOTORS A DIESEL ENGINE GROUND-CONTROLLED APPROACH EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS OF CARRIER TELEPHONY. REASSEMLY LINER AND PISTONS,.. SITTING PART II - TERMINALS AND REPEATERS PART 1 (24296 ON) (28347 D) (23763 ) GROWLER STORY, THE FUNDAMENTALS OF PISTOL MARKSMANSHIP GENERAL MOTORS 16S278A DIESEL ENGINE (24374 DN) ( A) REASSEMBLY, HEAD. PART GROWTH AND CHANGE THROUGH PROJECT CAM FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL ARMS WEAPONS - (23764 I) PART I PART I THE CYCLE OF OPERATION GENERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE (26002 IA) (29862 IA) (24592 IN) GROWTH AND CHANGE THROUGH PROJECT CAM FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL ARMS WEAPONS GENEVA CONVENTION PART I. HANDLING PART II PART It - PRINCIPLES OF AUTOMATIC OF PRISONERS OF WAR, THE (26003 DA) OPERATION (28726 IA) GUARD OF THE SKY.- THE NORAD STORY (29843 ok) GENEVA CONVENTION - PART I1 - (26233 OF) FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL ARMS WEAPONS - HANDLING OF CIVILIAN INTERNEES, PART III SEMIAUTOMATIC AND THE GUARDIANS OF PEACE AUTOMATIC FIRE (28727 IA) (46061 OF) (29864 OI) GENEVA CONVENTION AND MEDICAL GULF STREAM FUNDAMENTALS OF STAIR LAYOUTS PERSONNEL, THE (25516 IN) (23852 OR) (38646 IF) GULF TRADE INCIDENT, THE (TA0RUS) FURY IN THE PACIFIC GENEVA CONVENTION AND THE MEDIC, THE (23598 ON) (24551 ON) (65261 IA) GUWS ARE DIFFERENT. FIREARMS FUTURE MINISTRIES IENEVA CONVENTIONS AND THE MILITARY SAFETY (69063 DA) POLICEMAN, THE (40224 OF) GAME PLAN (28810 IA) GUNS AT SPRINGFIELD, THE (28588 OA) GENEVA CONVENTIONS AND THE SOLDIER, (30274 IA) GAMES THE HACKSAWS (23191 OA) (28808 ok) (24052 ON) GARDEN OF CHILDREN GENTLE RENEGADE, THE HAIL ALMA MATER (26671 IF) (69118 IA) GENTLEMEN AT SEA (23002 DA) GASTRIC INTUBATION (ETLME AT HAMMERS (29793 A) (25146 IN) (21651 DA) GATHERING OF MEN AND SHIPS, THE GEODESY AND PLANNING HAND INJURIES.PRINCIPLES OF EARLY (35246 DN) (25098 ON) MANAGEMENT GEEIA - -- GROUND ELECTRONICS GETTING UNDERWAY (25947 IA) ENGINCERING INSTALLATION AGENCY (94054 IN) HANDEL'S MESSIAH AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY 0 (26463 OF) GIVE IT A TRY (34915 OR) GENERAL BRADLEY STORY, THE (35522 IN) HANDLING AND EXPLOITATION OF CAPTURED (30264 IA) GOLDEN KNIGHTS THE ARMY PARACHUTE ENEMY DOCUMENTS GENERAL COURTS MARTIAL PROCEDURE TEAM, THE DA) (28167 IF) (30245 IA) HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY AND AL GENERAL EFFECTS OF ATOMIC BOMB ON GOVERNMENT VEHICLE OPERATORS COURSE (28565 IA) HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI, THE... FLIGHTLINE OPERATIONS, THE HARDNESS TEST (27308 OF) BOTTOM LINE (24584 OR) (40230 IF) GENERAL MOTORS A DIESEL ENGINE HAVE YOU HEARD... BENCH WORK PART I GO VERNMENT VEHICLE OPERATORS' COURSE (25773 ) (23765 DR) -GOVERNMENT VEHICLE OPERATI ON S (57N (40229 IF) HAVE YOUR SAY GENERAL MOTORS 14-27BA DIESEL ENGINE ( ) BENCH WORK PART 2 GRAPHICS BY "YOU* (23766 DR) (79235 ON) HAVE YOUR SAY GENERAL MOTORS A DIESEL ENGINE GREAT FLIGHT, THE (46008 OF) BEARINGS (25518 OR) HAVE YOUR SAY (VOTING) (23762 IN) GREYHOUNDS OF THE SEA (46008 IA) GENERAL MOTORS A DIESEL ENGINE ( N) HAWAII CAP SOARING BENCH WORK PART 3 (23767 IN) GRID, DISTANCE, AND ELEVATION (10800 OF) GENERAL MOTORS A DIESEL ENGINE (29405 IA) HC-130 APPROACH/LANDING PILOT, ENGINE-OUT AND LANDING. BENCH WORK PART 4 GROUND SUPPORT ON HIGH MALFUNCTIONS - P,25 (23768 DR) (25404 OF) (51940 OF) G:NERAL MOTORS 16-27BA DIESEL ENGINE GROUND-CONTROLLED APPROACH EQUIPMENT HEAT DISORDERS: HiAT EXHAUSTION, HEAT DISASSEMBLY ALIGNMENT OF ANICPN-4A STROKE AND HEAT CRAMPS (23761 IN) (24297 ON) (25875 DA) FM17R0Z. B4." F-16 /.

136 S HEL ICOPTERIC ling (3910 OF) HOW AN AIRPLANE FLIES Dol C-4 ( A) HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE.. (27342 IF) MISSILE DEVELOPMENT TO SPACE la l ipuefis, :..: HELICOPTER EOEVAC FIlN A SURFACE L A AN AIRPLANE FLIES SNHIP (3379 OF) (27341 IF) (35110 ON) HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE * NOW BOILERS WORK 1930 HELICOPTER ORIENTATI'1 INTRODUCTION (38432 OF) (24581 DI) TO HELICOPTERS (29185 OA) HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE HOW MAGNETS PRODUCE ELECTRICITY 1141 (24110 ON) HELICOPTER RESCUE AT SEA (38433 OF) HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE (24384 OR) HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE * (30167 )A) HELICOPTER SPECIAL DELIVERY 1943 HOW TO CONDUCT A MILITARY FUNERAL ( A) (38434 OF) (27019 DA) HELICOPTER WEIGHT AND BALANCE HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE HOW TO OPERATE THE ARMY 160 SOUND (29176 CA) 1945 PROJECTOR SET HELL FOR LEATHER (38435 IF) (28315 IA) (20366 DA) HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE * HOW TO SUCCEED WITH BRUNETTES 1953 HELL ON WHEELS (38436 IF) (25147 DR) (20359 DA) HOW TO SUCCEED WITHOUT RE.INVENTING... HELPING: THE CHAPLAIN AS COUNSELOR HISTORY OF THE AIR FORCE 190B-1916 THE WHEEL.. ENGINEERS CAN (EL1N1 DA) (38431 IF) RETRIEVE INFORMATION (6914H IA) HISTORY OF THE U S ARMY UNIFORM, TH (25h34 IF) HEMATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE COLLECTING (221 A P-?CMPTR"NRDUTO BLOOD SAMPLES (20221 CA) HP.67 COMPUTER INTRODUCTION (24656 R) HS:TORY OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY (35327 ON) HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE HUMAN FACTOR IN ACCIDENTS, THE HEMATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE FOR CHARGING (2076IN)(4212OF THE HEMOCYTOMETER (20576 DR) (40212 OF) (24657 IN) HO IKE I KE KAI (TO UNDERSTAND THE HUMANITARIAN AIRLIFTS i HEMORRHAGIC FEVER CLINICAL FEATURES SEA) (700313"DA (26405 OF) (25889 DA) ( OA) HURRICANE CALLED BETSY, A HEREDITARY ATAXIA HEREOITANY ATAXIA HOLLOW (20492 COIN, DA) THE (21398 IA) -",. (25362 IA) HYDRAULIC STEERING PRINCIPLES OF -.- HOME FROM THE SEA OPERATION-'..-:. HERITAGE AND THE SOLDIER (3N ) TIA) (2O8 (28561 IA) (25432 DR) (29889 CA) HERITAGE OF FREEDOM HONORS HYDROGRAPHIC CONTROL AND SOUNDING (20018 IA) (28738 IA) OPERATION3 -- HOOK DOW, WHEELS DOWN.- PART 1 (25099 IN) HERITAGE OF FREE AND PART 2 HYDROGRAPHY FOR CHARTING PART I (20018 IF) (25452 IN) POSITION FIXING HERITAGE OF THE CORPS HOOK, LINE AND HELD (23981 IN) (23394 DR) (22078 IN) HYDROGRAPHY FOR CHARTING PART 2 (239 I)SOUNDING AND DRAGGING "-;"""" HETELOTBOPIC CALCIFICATION ABOUT THE HOOKS (23982 ON) A D G ELBOW OK 238 R (65135 IA) (27263 IA) HYGIENE FOR MEN.. 'DECISION IS HIGH FLIGHT HORIZON SYSTEM YOURS, THE (26749 IF) (25485 IN) (25103 ON) HIGH FREOUSNCY OPERATION *.HOSIPTAL CORPSMAN HYGIENE FOR MEN.. PERSONAL HEALTH AMPLIFfERS AND OSCILLATORS (35622 IN) (25101 IN) (24293 IN) HOSPITAL ADVENTURE, A HYPERVENTILATION.. TOO MUCH OF HISTOPATHOLOGICAL TECHNIQUL (25772 IN) ANYTHING'S NOT GOOD FOR YOU PROCESSING A GROSS SPECIMEN HOSPITAL SAFETY (28173 IF) (24659 ON) (30530 IA) HYPOXIA HISTORY.. VIETNAM TO PRESENT HOIPTAL SHIP, THE. APPRECIPTIUN (11292 OF) (33380 IF) AN I & E SPORTSREEL HISTORY OF AVIATION (25275 IN) (69313 IA) (30131 IA) HOSPITAL UNIT DOSE SYSTEM I & E SPORTSREEL HISTORY OF AVIATION (69004 OR) (69320 DA) i (30133 DA) HOSPITAL UNIT DOSE SYSTEM, THE & E SPORTSRCEL HISTORY OF AVIATION (69004 IA) (69322 CA) (30132 IA) HOSPITAL WARD, THE I & E SPORTSREEL HISTORY OF MILITARY RECREATION (29833 IA) (59311 IA) FII B , / -. -

137 I & SPITSEELI & IPITSEEL(21288 IF) ( DA) (63327 DA) lie SPORTSREEL 233 I & SPITIEILI & SPITSEEL(21229 OF) (6!321 RA) (69309 DA) I1/1 SPORSISEEL 234 I 1 POITISEL & I SPORYSSEEL (21290 OF) (69301 DA) (19310 IA) WIE SPOETSREEL 235 I A I SPOBTSREEL I&BSOSELS(21291 OF) (69331 IA) (69312 DA) I IE SPORTSREEL 230 I & I SORTREELI CAN'T DOO IT (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY. (19 F ( 9325 DA) SENSORY ITEGRATION DEVELOPMENT) l/e SPOATSREEL 2!7 I & I SPORTSIEEL (30421 IA) (21293 IF) (A9324 IA) I IN INFANTRY -THE INDIVIDUAL, THE lie SPORTSREEL 235 I A I SPOATS11fl. (30202 IA) (21294 IF) (E9336 IA) I&[ SPOtTIREEL 1IE SPORTIREEL 231 I A FSORTSREEL (69299 IA) (21295 IF) (61317 OA) ASI SPORYSREEL I/ 5PORTSIEEL 240 I& I SPOJITSREEL (69301 IA) (21296 IF) (69330 IA) I&E SPORTIREEL ICE rormation ON AIRCRAFT I & E IPORTS1REEL (69302 IA) (24727 DR) (69313 DA) IAE SPORTSREEL ICECAP I E SP09TIREEL A, (628I)(30189 IA) (59307 IA) IAE SPORTSREEL ICECAP I I A E SPOATSREIL (69303 IA) (20524 IA) (09319 IA) IAE SPORTSREEL EVENTS ICECAP It I A E SFORTSREEL (21257 IA) (23094 DA)- (69314 IA) AtI& SPORTSREEL EVENTS IDENTITY - I A E SPORTSREEL (2-261 DA) (69061 DA) ii.0337 DA) ISE SPORTIREEL EVENTS [MEDIATE HOMOGRAPHY OF SECOND DEGIEEE I A, I 5PORTS~!Ell (21259 DA) BURNS (69304 r-) A SPRREL 16EENS(25974 IA) I PRSEL(21262 DA) IMPORTANCE OF FIELD SANITATION TO I AI PORIRELCOOANO, THE (69305 IA) IAK SPORTSREEL EVENTS (29799 DA) I A I SPORTIREEL (21263 DA) IMPRESS ION$ FOR REMOVABLE PARTIAL (69313 DA) ISE SPORTIREEL EVENTS DENTURES I A I SPORTIREEL (21264 DA) (25930 DA) (69326 DA) I/S SPORT5REEL. 222 IN ANY CLIMATE -THE STORY OF THE AISO S41.(21278 I A ISPORTREELINSTITUTE IF) UNITED STATES ARMY RESEARCH OF ENVIRONMENTAL (69315 DA) I/1 SPORTIREEL 223 MEDICINE- I A E SPOKTSREEL (21279 IF) (32615 DA) (69335 DA) 1/1 SPORISREEL 224 IN HONOR OF LIBERTY IAI SPORTSREIL. (21230 IF) (20002 IA) (69329 DA) I/1 SPORTSREEL 225 IN HONOR OF LIBERTY I A I SPORTRS11L1 (21211 IF) (20002 IF) (69321 IA) I/E SPORTSREEL 226 INCISION AND IRRIGATION OF TRAUMATIC I A I SPORT31E1L (21282 IF) CATARACT (69300 DA) I/f SPORTSREEL 227 (25978 DA) I Sf SPATSREL (1283DF)INDIAN RIVER A (633 DAPRTRE213 F (26453 IF) (69334 S RIA) E Il 2l PORT REL) 2 IND IVIDUAL LOAD CARRYING EQUIPMENT A (632 DAPRTR) 213 F (28226 IA) (632 IPA)S 1 (2/ 28 PORT REL) 2 INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION (69A16 D)1 SPORTRL(125IF) L23 (11214 IF) ( ) A E I/ 128 PORTRFL) 3 INDUCTANCE IN AC CIRCUITS A I PORIREL (2286IF)(24116 IN) (69332 DA) l/e SPORTSREEL 231 IDSRA YIN IH AE I A I SPORTIREEL (21287 IF) IDSTRAFE YINE RGTAE (69331 DA) I1ISPORTIREEL 232 (25163 IN) F

138 DO C4 INSERIL YIEE URETK(295M DA) (3021 DA) EUImPMN & TECHNIQUES -PART I INTRODUCTION TO AIRCRAFT FLIGHT IT'S YOUR NAVY (UuD)INSTRUIMENTS (4321 DA) (6513 ~(21240 OA) jaw RELATION RECORDS FOR REMOVABLE INNITRIAL HYGIENE SURIVEYING...-ITOUTO OBSC ICATPRILDNUE EQUIPUENT AIN TECHNIQUES -. R 1 ITOUTO OBSCARRF PARTILDNUE (61153 DA) ENGINES (25931 DA) INDUSTRY -ARMY QUALITY ASSURANCE (52D)JET FLIGHT PROGRAM, THE INTRODUCTION TO COBRA TON (34369 LI) (23179 IA) (65162 IA) JOE NMAN STORY, THE INERT DILUENT -. *. SAFER PROCESS FOR INTRODUCTION TO CONIMUNICABLE DISEASE (30121 IA). MIXING AND CASTING PROPELLANTS, A NURSING (24916 ON) (65023 IA) JoHn J. PERSHING- INFANTRT WEAPONS AND THEIR EFFECTS: INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL MECHANISMS I (02 A U.S. PISTOL CALIBER.45, (20572 IN) iohn J. PgRSHING SUBMACHINE GUN CALIBER.45, U.S. (02 CARBINE, CALIBER.30 11NTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL (02 F (20530 IA) ENGINEERING JOINT AIR ATTACK TEAM TACT ICS INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS ) *.UNWANTED(230N)(23 SOUVENIR INTRODUCTION TO HAND TOOLS, AN JUNCTION TRANSISTOR, THE ( N) (24050 IN) (25204 DR) INFLATABLE SHELTER. THE INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC JUET WEEK (29838 IA) INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (26254 OF) INJURY PREVENTION FOR THE ATHLETE (235D)JUNGLE SURVIVAL (26005 IA) INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC ( or3 i) IIOTEGRATED CIRCUITS INNER FRONTIER, THE TROUBLESHOOTING KiEPING INFORMED (25654 NR) (25396 DOR) (20014 IF) INSECTEIORNE DISEASES INTRODUCTION TO NORTHERN OPERATIONS. KEEPING INFORMED (25949 IA) PANT III - WINTER OPERATIONS (20014 DA) INSIDE THE CELL - PANT I.ENZYMES IN (23795 IA) KOS ED ICE INTRACELLULAR CHEMISTRY INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY KOS ED N ICE (25054 IA) (25US4 IA) (97 A KNOW TOUR AIR RESCUE SERVICE INSIDE THE CELL - PART 11 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE (77 REGULATION OF ENZYMES (20949 IA) (77 F (25855 IA) INRDCINT OAYWN LGT KNOW YOUR CLOUDS INTRDUCTON NOTRY WNG FIGHT(29265 IA) 0 INSPECTION FOR WOO DESTROYING (23933 DN) (24190 ON) INTRODUCTION TO SINGLE SIDEBAND KO OREEY.. H ITCP ORGAISMS(20047 OF) INSTAP LATION VETERINARY FOOO (395OW~ YOUR ENEMY - THE VIET CONG INSPECTION - THE COMEISSARY.THE INTRODUCTION TO STUCHNOS KO COMMISSARY (39196 OF) (04 A (0~253 IA) INTROOUCTNNA TO THE PRINCIPLES OF KNOW YOUR ENEMY - VIET CONG. THE IISTRUCT tonal SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT.. STORED PRODUCTS PEST MANAGEMENT (20041 OR) THE PROCESS (663J5 DA) KOREA -.. BATTLEGROUND OF LIBERTY (28123 OF) INTRODUCTION TO UNDERWATER SOUND (20011 IF) INTE3RATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT (24455 NR) KOREA REVISITED (31369 OF) INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE (30237 IA) INTERCEPT (20344 IA) 1OIEA.MATTLEGROUND FOR LIBERTY (26247 IF) INVENTORY III NOTION - LOG LIFT (20011 IA) INTERCEPT METHOD (22960 IA) KOREAN ARMISTICE (25416 CA) INVESTIGATION OF NAaCOTIC AND (20007 IA) INTERCOSTAL NERVE BLOCK DANGEROUS DRUG OFFENSES - PART I. KRA RITC (29791 IA) IDENTIFYING DRUG AB;E! 5 (0007N OR)ITC INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR TRIM (2R764 IA)SI~ (23301 NO) INVESTMENT IN TOUORROW KRA RIT~ INTSTNA APUL. BOPY he(23031 IA) (2007 OF) (2N101TINA) TE INVISIBL BATTLEROUND KYP INDICATING SYSTEMS FOR X-RAY (2597 D) IVISILE ATTEGRONDTHEEQUIPMENT. PART I - INTRODUCTION INTRAMAXIttARY MULTIPLE LOOP WIRING (237I)(2981. DA) IN *gtatment OF JAW FRACTURES IT HAPPENED IN TEXAS KVP INDICATING SYSTEMS FOR X-RAY (Z~476 IA) (20400 DA) EUIPMENT.PART 11 LOAD-ON INTRAOCULAR F00E1GN BODY ULTRASOUND IT'i UP TO YOU - BASIC COMBAT I ND1CAT13G SYSTEMS AND CRYOSURGICkL MANAGEMENT TRAINING (29819 IA)

139 AMP INDICATING SYSTEMS FOR I-RAT LESSONS LEARNED PILO! SELF. LOOSE WATER 11 STABILITY, PART 2 IN EI FUKNl? PART III PRERE1-IAIINS 9ISCIOLINE SPACES OPEN TO THlE SEA *I NDI CTING SYSTENM (33550 of) (23558 OR) (211 A LITTER FROM A 3011CR LOW LEVEL AIR NAVIGATION L C OSCILLATORS (23006 OA) (24419 DR) ("5 LIBERTY PONT, ACAPULCO LOW PRESSURE TYPE GRISCOM.RUSSELL * LADIES NEAR THE BLUE (3S40 04).. HOW IT WORKS PART 2 (25713 ~LIFE LINE -THE HEALTH SERVICES (36 I LADY CALLED CAMILLI. A MATERIEL OFFICER LOW.FREQUENCY AIPLIFIEAS (20,106 IA) ( DA) (24292 DOR) LAND THE LANDING FORCE LIFEBOATS UNDER GRAVI TY DAVITS LPO LANDING PLATF02V DOCK 1.52 O)LAUNCHING BOATS AMPHIBIOUS TRANSPORT SHIP * LAND TUE LANDING FORCE NISTORY (24057 OR) (25655 DR) OF MARINE AWNIBIOUS OPERATIONS, LIFEBOATS UNDER $RA0IT DAVITS LPNLPH LANDING PLATFORM HELICOPTER TERECOVERING SCATS AWIPHIIOUS ASSAULT SHIP (2590)(24051 MR) ( ) LARDING AT RED REACH ONE LIGHT SENSITIVE MATERIALS LSD (243D)(23314 DO) (25321 DOR) LANDING ILLUSIONS SHORT LANDINGS LIGHTS -VESSELS BEING TOWED LSD (299O)(23590 OR) (25328 DON) LAND ING WEATHER MINIMIUMIS LIGHTS, RUNNING AND FJIHOll LUBRICATION OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPIENT IVESTIGATION (23S87 OR) (23913 OR) LANGUAG POWEFRPEC LINE IS DRAWN. TUE LUMBAR SYNPATHECTONY LAGAEPWRFAPAE(20134 IA) (25153 DA) G ANGLIONECTONY LANGAGEPOWR FR PACELISSAJOUS FIGURES LYIPHANCIOGRAPHY (39024 OF) (25926 DA) LASER7 DIACL) WT IH LIST AND STABILITY AFTER DAMAGE, PART 0151 ENGINE FOUR CYLINIER OHY PART I (232 DA. ESTIMATING THE SITUATION (29940 DA) OFL),H OFA D (2355 MACARTHUR STORY, THE LAWOF COFLIT. RME HELIVING OFF THE LAND (20022 DF) (2t593 DO) NACARTHUR STORY, THE LEADEI OF MEN, A LOADED VOLTAGE DIVIDERS (20022 DA) (23410 OR) (39911 Df) MACHINE GUN, CAL M, 1.73 PART LEARNING TO LIVE WITH YOUJR COLOSTOMY LO1IN TO-QIMN N ESNLI CYCLE OF FUNCTIONING (11331 DA) EFFECTS FOR UNIT MOVEMENT -USE OF (30027 DA) LEARNING TO LIVE WITH YOUR ILEOSTONY INET I OBlTASOTR ACHINEGUN, 7.620M, 940, OPERATION (625D'( OA) AND CYCLF. OF FUNCTIONING LEFORT I OSTEOTOVY FOR CORRECTION OF LOADING. BLOCKING, AND BRACINO CO0IEX (29927 OA) PSEUDO.PROGNATHISU TRANSPORTERS ON T20ANSPORTATIONNCIEUN 7.2,TAK73 PR I (65136 ýa) EQUIPMENT.OPERATION AND DISASSEMBLY AND LESR il(29470 OA) ASSEMBLY LOADMASTERt IN THE AIR FORCE RESERVES (29952 DA) (346D)(40241 OF) MACHINERY REPAIRMAN LENlSONETERIVERTOWETER, H -PR THE PARTLINPCTO LOGIC ELEMENT CIRCUITS (35617 DO) (6C6D)(24521 OR) MAGNETIC CORES PART I PROPERTIES LENSOUTER(VERTOUETER, THE -PART I - LOGISTIC SUPPORT MANAGENENT FOR (20374 IA) introo'jction ADVANCED WEAPONS MAGNETIC CORES PART 11 BASIC (3053? IA) (26250 IF) CIRCUITS LENSOIMETFR/VERTOUETER, THE PART 1;! - LOGISTICS IN VIETNAM (28375 IA) NEUTRALIZING CYLINDRICAL LENSCI (30229 IA) MAGNETIC VS NONMAGNETIC INTRAOCULAR (6903 DA)FOREIGN BODIES AN ULTRASONIC LONELY WARRIORS, TIHE DETERMINATION LESSONS LEARNED *.APPROACH (251n2 P) I(25942 IA) (361D)LOOK BOTH WAYS MAGNETISMI LESSONS LEARNED - CLOSE ENCOUNTERS (210O)(11345 OF) OF THE FINAL KIND LOOK TO THE SKIES MAINTAINABILITY *.DESIGN FOR (423O)(26131 OF) LIVING LESSONS LEARXED - HABIT PATTERN %INEFRNEINTACT LOOSE WATER IN STABILITY, PART 1 SPACES IN (26234 OF) MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF STEAM (36qO)(23557 OR) CONDENSERS *.CIRCULATING WATER 3-20

140 WD C-4 Bill M'S EAML. YEAMINS FOR $LINTW IMAIN A BETTER TOMORROW 4354l OI (34M5 01) (30277 U) 10'1E1MANCI EOF " RIs iei CICUT - T USE OF NOT LIM TOOLS ON MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS FOR EIT MaIntE COPS JUNIOR NOTC ADVENTURES CIRCUITS O OVE SWIN O VOLTS MAINTENANCE IN LEADERSHIP (27873 OF) (21245 OF) ( f) MAINTENANCE OF ENERGIZED CIRCUITS MANAGEMENT MOBILIZATION MARINES 1931O YEAR - PASS IN REVIEW *VUSE OF RUBBER PROTECTIVE (69072 DA, (23481 OR) KO0 1 PIENT (QUIPMENT MANAGEMENT OF A MASSIVE THIERMAL MARINES 6S (27372 OI) INJURY BY SKIN TRANSPLANTATION (23436 DO) MAINTENANCE OF MICRIOAVE POWER TUBES SETWEEN MONOZYGOTIC TWINS (27456 OF) (65126 OA) MARINES IN PERSPECTIVE MAJOR STRUCTURAL REPAIRS OF PLASTIC MANAGEMENT OF BURNS -HT I - BOATS SUPPORTIVE CARE MARK ( ) (25194 DA) (22009 DR) SMJU - DOCU ENTANY Of AN OPEN OCEAN MANAGEMENT OF URUNS PAST II - LOCAL MASSIVE CRUSH INJURY DIVE. TNI CARE (25951 OA) (25775 DIS) (25 TA) MBAST MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO SAFETY RAKE FEWER MOTIONS M NOTION ECONOMY MANAGEMENT OF SURNS PART III - SKIN AND TRAFFIC LIFESAVERS IN WAR (23137 TA) GRAFTING AND IN PEACE (25896 TA) (23283 OA) AKE LIFE A LITTLE EASIER AAGEENT OF COAT At UMPING - CAUSES AND PREVENTION (66297 OA) MDESRIDEMENT AND DELAYED PRIMARY (72029 TA) MAKE LIFE A LITTLE EASIER CLOSURE OF HIGH VELOCITY MISSILE (66297 OR) WOUNDS NATACENTEN IN STABILITY (25958 TA) (03556 ON) PART 1, THE MAKIE MAKE12 YOUR YUBO iilood 00 DOOB DOUBLIE DUTY DT MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT WOUNDS MASSIVE MATHEW TEIBRD BRADY (25512 *) TRAUMA TO THE EYE AUR ORBIT (20218 OF) BAKING OF NIND POWME, THE NAVAL WAR (25963 OA) MATHEW BRADY COLLEGE, THE (23315 OR) MANAGEMENT OF CONIAT VOWS - (20218 OA) THORACIC INJURIES MATS DEEPPREEZE AIRLIFT MAKING OF THE SOLDIER.POLICEMAN, THE (25994 OA) (20630 OF),(3020 TA) MANAGEMENT OF COIBAT MUDS ABDOMINAL MATS WORLDWIDE MISSION MALARIA - CAUSE AND CONTROL WOUNDS (29112 TA) (259"3 DA) (26443 OF) MECHANICAL IMPEDANCE - CONCEPTS MAiMAPLASTT: THE STROMiECK TECHNIQUE MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL TAIMA.PART I. APPLICABLE TO SHIP SILENCIhG (25946 OA) INITIAL TREATMENT AND METHODS OF FIXATION (24947 ON) "NAlOTN INGUIBAL HERNIONRAPHY (25944 TA) MEDAL OF HONOR - A TEAM MAN -(6232 TA) MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL TVMA-PART I1. (26507 OF) SAN AND SAFETY.- COMMUICATIONS OPEN REDUCTION OF NAXILLOFACIAL MEDAL OF HONOR ACE OF ACES "" (27619 OF) F9ACTUOES (26501 OF) MAN AND SAFETY - PHYSICAL (25945MEDAL Of ON AMERICA STRIKES LIMITATIONS MANAGEMENT OF MASS CASUALTIES BACK (27620 OF) MEDICAL " ASPECTS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS (26513 OF) "(29731 DA) (61 F " BMAN AND SAFETY -.- PHYSIOLOGICAL 2ETAL ABURNING OF HONOR PLOSTI LIMITATIONS MANAGEMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OIL (27621 OF) CASUALTIES (26503 OF) A N AND SAFETY S.UPE RISIlon (29778 DA) (ME DAL OF HONOR BY ACT OF " (27623 Or) MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE TERBAL INJURIES CONGRESS INVOLVING THE CALABIUM (26515 OF) NAWI AND SPACE (65301 OA) (26379 OF) BMEDAL OF HONOR -. "MN.NDTH FI ANAGIEMIENT OF THIRD DIlREE BURNS IN A NlLBANKS CAPT HILLIARD A. ".'.BANE AND THIE FN NEWlBORN (26517 OF) (24673 OR) (25968 TA) "WAN IN CHARGE. THE MANAGING YOUR FORMS MEDAL OF HONOR CAPT JAY ZEANER (23526 ON) (20591 ON) (60 F MEDAL OF HONOR. HEADING HOME MAN IN COIKANO (51 ON)S1 MANAGING (25")0YOUR REPORTS (26512 DF) (25110 ON) (20593 DR) IMEDAL OF HONOR.. ONE MAN AIR FORCE ' ''i(77416 BAN IN FLIGHT MANUAL DAMAGE ASSESSMET (26508 OF) OF) (20424 DA) (78O)24 AMEDAL OF HONOR *. ONLY A FEW MAN ON THE HILL, THE MAP SYMBOLS RETURNED (20003 TA) (29404 OA) (26514 OF) B-21 -, Fmo 3 / % ".. ",'.. ". % oo - : ,. % %.... o * - - -'.4,,, ii II

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142 oll C-4 (26069 DA)NAVAL MISSILE FLINT SAFETY FOR OFF RANGE HISTORA ACADEMY AUONS O01E ONE FIRINU into itmiti SANOS MISSILE NOTION PICTURE HISTORY OF TIRE KOREAN (25694 ON)..,-(Z"41 A-.Nl D) MAE, (MO04 A DA) NAVAL.. WEAPON AVIATION, IS CONCEIVED, A PERSONAL AHISTORY SIMISSILE HKTfIILOGY AT MITIT SAEM$ IJTIOU PICTURE HISTORY Of TNE KORtEAN (24278 DR1) MISSIILE RANGE VAR,A (23030 DA) (2wA ON) NAVAL AVIATION, A PERSONAL HISTORYA r'.1 EAPON IS DEVELOPED, A MISSILEM OF THE NAVY NOTION PICTURE HISTORY OF THE KOREAN (24280 ON) 0(24454 A O )AR, NAVAL AVIATION, A PERSONAL HISTORY MISSING YOU IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (25EAPON TESTED, A (52742 OF) MOUNTAIN AND DESERT SURVIVAL - (24279 ON) SDESERT MIISSION HUSTOFF (27643 OF) SURVIVAL NAVAL (24857 CONSTRUCTION ON)TUTONFRE FORCES (25967 DA) (27642 OF) ( DR) MOUNTAIN AND DESERT SURVIVAL - 1i:S1011 IN ACTIOON MOUNTAIN SURVIVAL NAVAL EPIDEMIOLOGY ' 30216i DA) (27642 OF) (23174 ON) MISSION OCEANOGRAPHY MOUNTAIN LEE WAVES AT W.S.I.R. NAVAL FLIGHT OFFICER "(2506 ON) (23036 DA) (34468 ON) MISSION OCEANOGRAPHY -SHORT VERSION. MOUTH PREPARATION FOR REMOVAILE NAVAL FLIGHT OFFICER, THE (25067 DR) PARTIAL DENTURES CALLING THE SIGNALS MISSION READY (25928 OA) (25439 ON) (650S1 ON) MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES NAVAL HERITAGE PART 2 - FARRAGUT (65146 OA) STORY, THE MITZVAH TO SERVE, A (24448 ON) (22554 OA) MOVING THE NAIL (20596 ON) NAVAL WANS WITH FRANCE AND TRIPOLI, MOSIDIC JOINS THE FIELD ARMNY THE (22352 DA) MP HIGHWAY PATROL IN GERMANY (20548 ON) NOBILITY THROUGH AIRLIFT (20510 RA) NAVIGATION BY TRANSIT SATELLITE (30516 OF) M, PUSH.A.SUTTON (25096 ON) (24724 ON) MODEL ROCKETRY A SPACE AGE HORSY NAVY CHRISTMAS CLEARED FOR TV (26533 OF) M. (30384 YASIRO DA) GOES TO WASHINGTON (82217 O) MODERATION NAVY DECLINE, THE NEW NAVY AND THE ( A) M1STS ARCTIC OPERATIONS, 1155 WAR WITH SPAIN (24305 ON) (20553 ON) (25107 GON) MULTI.MASS SYSTEMS - PART 2 NAVY DIRECTIVES SYSTEM, THE (2507.N ( N) (20600 DO) MODERN NANUFACTURING.. COMAND( PERFORIUANCE MULTIPURPOSE SHELTERS NAVY EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES (26317 OF) (11326 D5) NEATO MOISTURE PROOFING ELECTRICAL AN TYPE MULTIPURPOSE SHELTERS.PART II- (35883 ON), CONNECTORS DISASSENMLY AND LOADING NAVY LAWYER (24335 DN) (11323 OA) (34377 OR) MOMENT IN TIME, A MUSCULAR ENTRAPMENT OF THE POPLITEAL NAVY MAN, THE (25229 ON) ARTERY (25334 ON) (69233 DA) MONTAGNAND NAVY NURSE CORPS ( A) MY BIRTHRIGHT (34372 ON) j. (28566 DA). MONTAGNARD (2566NAVY OFFICER ORIENTATION HELD "M(20A2ANF BY COUNTRY FLIGHT (20132 OF) (28562 DA) (34371 ON) IBOOR IN SAFETY (264M N SF) NAPLES TO CASSINO NAVY OFFICER ORIENTATION NUCLEAR (2689 F)(20343 DA) NAVY MORAL RESPONSIBILITY OF SAFETY OPEN AN (20354) END DISCUSSION FILE NATIONAL ANTHEM( "(28539 DA) (82220 ON) NAVY ON MAIN STREET, THE MORAL RESPONSIBILITY OF SAFETY NATIONAL NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER, THE (35878 ON) "SUM"ARY AND CONCLUSION FILM (25191 DN) NAVY PHOTOGRAPHY IN INTELLIGENCE (23552 DA) NATO.. ANTISUR (23310 ON) MORE WE GET TOGETHER, THE (20225 OF) NAVY PHOTOGRAPHY IN SCIENCE.. (28589 '-" 54) NATURE OF SEA WATER (23809 ON) MUS MISMATCH OR.. TEE FOR TWO (25187 ON) NAVY SASBATH SPOT ',.' DA) (31137 NAUTICAL ASTRONOMY (35717 OR) MOST REWARDING LAW, THE (23564 ON) NAVY SABBATH WITH SOB HOPE Fl B ' >--.-

143 0* '1.2Ch (I 2L OR) ) DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY,NO L PHYSICAL ASSESSMET. A TOOL (11333 CA' S IMNAVY SABBATH WITH DON NO FOR THE BEGINNING PNACTITIONTN (61411 N) (S5316 CA) OCCUPATIONAL NURSING UNIT, THERAPY THE PATIENT ON THE NAVY SABBATH WITH TENNESSEE ERNIE ROSE AND SINUS CLINICAL PROCEDURES (30476 DA) FORD PART I - SINUS IRRIGATION (68192 ON) (32617 GA) OCCUPYING AN OCEANOGRAPHIC STATION NAVY SABBATH, 1371 NOSE AND SINUS CLINICAL PROCEDURES (23879 OR) (35483 GF) PART II - NASAL FRACTURES OCEAN DESERT (32618 DA) (25517 GO) NAVY SINGS IT LIKE IT IS, THE NOT FOR OURSELVES ALONE OCEAN INSTRUMENTS FOR DEEP (25349 IR) (10759 GA) SUBMERGENCE VEHICLES NAVY SUPPLY CORPS ANNIVERSARY NOT FOR OURSELVES ALONE (25342 GB) (10759 IF) OCEAN PHENOMENON... DEEP SCATTERING NAVY TECHNIQUES FOR OIL SPILL LAYER " "CC1TAINNENT (34355 OFF) REMOVAL IN HARBORS NOT (25466 SINCE OR) THE PYRAMIDS (25341 GO) (35 DOCEANOGRAPHER IN POLAR REGIONS NAVY UNIFOM NO SCENE 1, THE (25170 GB) S(20114 D) (25131 OF) OCEANOGRAPHIC PREDICTION SYSTEM - NAVY WOMEN'S 37TH ANNIVERSARY NOWHERE TO GO OUT UP. AIR FORCE (25084 ON) 2 JUNIOR ROTC NAVY(2S2LUE AHGEBS) THE (26752 OF) OCEANOGRAPHIC COUSTEAU DIVING RESEARCH SAUCERWITH THE N S A T NRL. NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY, THE (25224 IN) 2186 (D5R) (2524DR ". (2103 GB)(25719 DR) OCS (OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL) (65167 OF) NROTC ANNIVERSARY (25323 DN) N (65167GA)(02227 OFR OCS - TO BE AN ENSIGN S NIC PROFICIENCY. 9 ostandards INDIVIDUAL NUCLEAR ACCIDENT/INCIDENT MEDICAL (34379 OR). ~ (65196 OA) RESPOIASE TEAMS N lephroureterectomy (30543 DA) OCSIGO REPORTS EAST COAST RELAY STATION (25901 GA) NUCLEAR ATTACK PREPAREDNESS (22349 DA) i NEUTRALIZING SPHERICAL LENSES PROCEDURES.. SURVIVE TO FIGHT (69033 oa) (27896 OF) OCULAR PARACENTESIS (25976 DA) NEW $REED OF CAT, A -.. HUBIAN NUCLEAR LANGUAGE "FACTORS REVOLUTION, THE (3436* DR) OCULOMOTOR APRAXIA "(39496 IF) NUCLEAR MIGHT -- READY BUT SAFE (2594* I) NEW LIFE, A NUCLEAR SAFETY IN THE AIR FORCE OF SHIPS AND BUTTER (38426 OF) (26451 OF) (25335 IN)., " N NEW LINE E OF SIGHT GNUCLEAR, A NAVY, D )( THE OF SOLDIERS 2 0 A AND ALTARS -. (20642 OF) (25027 IN) (22505 IA) ::. N NEW Y YORK WL WORLD'$ FNUREMBERG FAIR OF SOLDIERS AND ALTARS (20127 OF) (23001 IA) (30194 oa) * NEXT STEP, THE NURSES IN THE ARMY OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS (25322 IN) (23280 IA) WORLDWIDE MISSION "NURSING IN THE TROPICS (26461 OF) NIGHT(26466 OF) (25864 IA) (2646 OH. DF)MANEUVERS HELICOPTER - PART II - AND FIELD ADVANCED OPERATIONS, NIGHT PILOTING - IURFACE NURSING PROCESS IN ACTION PART I, THE (5 )THE (23570 DR) (29280 IA) (72033 CA) OHN'S LAW NINTH INFANTRY DIVISION, THE NURSING PROCESS IN ACTION -. PART II, (20387 IA) (30226 DA) THE NO BARRIER NO IARIENMECHANISM, (72034 IA) OILGEAR HYDRAULIC THE TRAVERSING PRINCIPLES OF (25712 IO) NUTRITION.THE FIRST YEARS OPERATION NO DECK TO STRUT UPON (30403 DA) (29859 DA) (25585 IR) NUWAX-B1 DOCUMENTARY NUCLEAR WEAPON OKLAHOMA TO ENGLAND NO GREATER HERITAGE ACCIDENT EXERCISE (51353 IF) t. (28972 DA) ( OF) OLD FRIENDS: SIX WHO FLEW MARGIN FOR ENRON OBO OSERVATION OF THE PATIENT (40143 OF) NMAGN(22941 FO) (2914, DA) OLD GLORY "NONDESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION A OBSERVATIONS, MAPS, AND FORECASTS (30169 IA) DOLLAR SAVING DIAGNOSTIC TOOL (23578 IN) OLD GLORY "" (28110 OF) OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING IN THE (20009 OF) 72 B-24..P171..., ,,..*.. *,* '.-. '.... " ".. '. ".".'...'..- *.'*.. **..***.***-.**** ".... '-'.-.,.

144 . : D C.4 OLD GLOEY OPERATION Of TUiE SINGLE NlI ROTOR OXYGEN. NITROGEN GENERATING PLANT (20Ma M) HELICOPTER DISTILLATION COLUMN CONTROL OD OLD GLORY LOY( ) (27457 OF) (2019$ DA) OPERATION ONE PLUS TWO P-0 JUNCTION FUNDAMENTALS OLD IRNOSIOES ( N) (24219 ON) (20217 DR) OPERATION QUICK PICKUP - THE 443L PAINTING ABOARD PiP STORY (25210 ON) OLD IRONSIDES (27722 OF) PAINTING STRUCTURES ASHORE (20217 ) OPERATION SECOND CHANCE (24165 ON) ONEGA LOI.RANGE NAVIGATION SYSTEN, (26395 OF) THE. INTRODUCTION PANANA..EQUAL HEALTH FOR ALL (25492 ON) OPERATION SOLIDARITY (65204 DA) ON POST SAFETY (2279 DA) PARALLEL RC CIRCUITS (28893 DA) OPERATION WORLDWIDE. WITH M (11350 OF) CONSIDINE ON TARGET (26355 OF) PARALLEL RCL CIRCUITS (23423 N) OPERATIONAL READINESS -. EISSION OF (11353 OF) ONe FORCE THE AIR FORCE LOGISTICS CORiAMN PARALLEL RESISTIVE CIRCUITS. C20024 OF) (26564 OF) ANALYSIS ONE FORCE OPERATIONS IN SEA. ICE (39875 OF) (20024 DA) IDENTIFICATION OF SEA-ICE PARALLEL RESISTIVE CIRCUITS (24009 DR) BRIDGES ONE HUNDRED DAYS WITH STRATEGIC (39877 OF) AIRLIFT OPTICAL LENS SURFACING (26925 OF) (69012 DA) PARALLEL RESISTIVE CIRCUITS. POWER TROUBLESHOOTING ONE WEEK IN OCTOBER OPTIMUM TRACK SHIP ROUTING (39876 OF) ( ) (25268 PARALLEL RL CIRCUITS ONLY BIRDS FLY FREE... ENERGY ORAL SURGERY UNIT, THE (11351 OF) AWARENESS ( OF) (29841 DA) PARARESCUE. ITS ROLE IN THE SPACE.. ORBITAL FOREIGN BODY - LOCALIZATION AGE OPERATING EEC AND EXTRACTION (26425 OF) ( N) (25960 DA) PARICUTIN OPERATING SUMMERGED -. PART 4 ORIGINS OF THE MOTION PICTURE (26136 OF) (20560 NR) (24159 DN) PARIS 44 OPERATION AFFIRUATIVE ORLANDO STORY, THE (30162 DA) (25269 ON) (25550 ON) PARTIAL DENTURES - BIONECHANICS OPERATION AND NAINTENANCE ORTHOPEDIC EXAMINATION OF AIRCRAFT (23854 ON) (25069 NR) NENMERS (65318 DA) OPERATION BLUE JAY (23004 DA) OUR CHOICE - OUR CHALLENGE PARTNERS IN PROGRESS (30134 DA) SOPERATION CARTWIHEEL (35882 ON) PARTNERS..PARTNERS (30122 DA) OUR CRUCIAL DETERRENT ( ) OPERATION CU! (25779 DR) PASTRIES AND PIES (25314 ON) (20390 DA) OUR FOOD AND OUR HEALTH '-OPERATION " O DEEP F(29761 FREEZE 1 DA) PATH (72265 TO OA) SUCCESS WEST POINT, A S(24316 ON) OUR HERITAGE -( A) PATHFINDERS TO PROGRESS OPERATION HIGHLINE (26412 OF) (25065 DN) OUR HERITAGE M(20029 DA) PATIENT RECEIVING AND DISPENSARY OPERATION INCHON 2( ) ( A) OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM O(26410 OF) PATRIOTISM: HAVE IT YOUR WAY OPERATION NOAH (26410 O) (23008 DA) OUT FRON THE CROWD, OPERATION OFA(23509 Of JET AIRCRAFT ENGINES ON) PATROL (79039 WINGS ON) OVER THE PACIFIC (23117 ON) OVERTAKING AT NIGHT I.,OPERATION Of THE HYPODERMIIC JET (23599 DR) PAYOFF (30124 IN DA) THE PACIFIC INJECTION APPARATUS OVERTAKING SITUATION (29825 DA) (23596 ON) PAYOFF IN THE PACIFIC OPERATION OF THE M.151 SERIES 1/4.TON OXYGEN THERAPY THEORY AND (30123 IA). UTILITY TRUCKS PROCEDURE PCF'S (29487 DA) (27598 DF) (35523 ON) FIlOO,, 73 B-25 /t

145 NO 54.2.C.4 PEGAIIS PHYSICAL THERAPY FOLLOWING CHILDIIRYN PLC, THE CAMPUS AND CORPS (044S 0R) (690.9 OA) (23523 ON) PEOPLE AID APOLLO, THE PHYSICAL THERAPY FOLLOWING KNEE PLIERS AND SClREWDIVERS (20455 D) SURGERY (21649 OA) PEOPLE.PEOPLE (66302 DA) POINT IN TIME, A (34380 C) PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE ARMY MEDICAL (25520 ON) SERVICE PERFORIANCE COUNSEL01G (25939 OD) POLARIS TO POSEIDON (29644 ok) PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF (2q90 O) PERFORMANCE TESTING BURNS OF THE HAND POLARIS. BLUE AND GOLD (40227 OF) (65311 od) (24856 OR) PERIPHERAL NERVE REPAIR WITH SILASTIC PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION PART III CUFFING THE ADULT HEMIPLEGIC PATIENT ERECTING POLES AND ATTACHING (25973 or) (25914 OR) CROSSARIIS PERIPHERAL NERVE SIRGERY PART I PHYSICAL THERAPY MANAGEMENT OF ABOVE. (28336 OR) NERVE SURGERY KNEE AND IELO.IRNEE AMPUTEES POLLICIZATION OF THE RING FINGER (25 14 CA) (30531 OR) (25937 or) PERITONEMICOPY AN AID TO DIAGNOSIS PHYSIOLOGY OF FOOD POLLUTION IS EVERYBODYS BABY (25795 DO) (25777 DR) PERSHING JOINS THE RANKS PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE U.S, A. POOR IIAGGIE (23025 OA) CAVALRY (33437 DA) PERSHING STORY, THE (301w OR) POPLITEAL ARTERY ENTRAPMENT SYNDROME (30117 or) PICTURE YOURSELF A UARINE (25938 OR) PERSONAL AFFAIR, A (3403 OR) PORT OF CALL (20030 DO) PILOT GEOCORRECT FOR PEC UPDATES (25321 DO) PERSONAL HEALTH (79043 OR) PORTABLE CLASS III SUPPLY POINT (65017 OA) PILOTING - SURFACE, PARTS I AND II (65033 DA) PERSONAL SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT (23569 OR) PORTRAIT OF ANTARCTICA (82433 OA) PINTA (24506 OR) PERSONNELMAN (PM) (25150 ra) PORTRAIT: THE BLUE ANGELS ( R) PIONEERING FOR TOMOIROW (61161 DO) PERT.MILESTONE system INTRODUCTION (30291 OA) POSITIVE TUSERCUI IN SKIN TEST, THE (24133 IN) PIONEERS uf THE VERTICAL FRONTIER WHAT DOES IT MEAN? AERONEDICAL RESEARCH LABORATORY (30474 IA) PEST CONTROL FUMIGATING WITH (26439 OF) POST CHAPLAIN AS ECUCATOR, THE ALUNINUZ PHOSPHIDE (66336 IA) PLAGUE CONTROL (28549 OR) PHONE POWER (2377 OR) POST CHAPLAIN AS PASTOR, THE (35377 DO) PLAIN LETTERS (28548 IA) PHOSPHATE TEST (20595 OR) POSTGRADUATE WAY, THE (24585 OR) PLANETARY GEARS, PRINCIPLES OF (25281 OR) PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE USAF OPERATION PART I. SINGLE 4ETS POSTURAL INSTRUCTION. (25070 OR) (94 R SCIENTIFIC PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE AIR (69340 OA) FORCE FLIGHT TEST CENTER PLANETARY GEARS, PRINCIPLES OF POWA REPORT ON CAPITIVITY IN (26390 OF) OPERATION - PART II MULTIPLE SOUTHEAST ASIA SETS PHOTOS AND PHOTOAPS '29311 OR) (47430 OF) (7940S OR) PLANKTON LIFE OF THE SEA POWER PHYSICAL FITNESS (25411 OR) (39872 IF) (30210 DA) PLANTS AS A FOOD SOURCE POWER FOR )OMARC PHYSICAL SECURITY 07RT VI RAILWAY (25796 R) (26253 OF) SECURITY )WER FOR CONTINENT 7 (ANTARCTICA) (23748 DA) PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY OF THE RWAND (23971 DR) PHYSICAL SECURITY. PART Vill CARGO ( R) POWERS OF TEN SECURITY (28749 OR) PLASTIC REPAIR OF A CHEEK AND LIP (39049 IF) PHYSICAL SECURITY.PART X. (2321 IN) PREAMBLE TO PEACE IDENTIFICATION AND CONT!OL PLASTIC SURGERY OF THE HAND (30110 IA) (28746 DA) (2W25 ONR) PRELUDE TO TAPS PHYSICAL THERAPY BEFORE CHILDBIRTH PLATOON LEADER (30159 IA) (69081 OD) (30217 DA) PRELUDE TO TAPS a-26 J 11l , -.:.,.'-, ;'.,,,.',,'...':,,..,._ '..'..,'..' ~ *..-...,...-..' ' ,..-. I

146 WO C-4 (WON IN) PIOFILS OF All ACCIDENT... TNN M RADAR REFRACTION AND WEATHER THE PRILMUE TO TAPS TUNlE WERE TWO RADAR WATHER PROBLEM (20124 OF) (33M OA) (27391 OF) PRaPOTmiTc ultai P"uOGgyM ING RADAREFRACTION AND WEATHER - WHY (25116 DA) (24522 OR) THE WEATHER? PIEPROSTHETIC SUIRERY PROGRESS IN AIR TRAFFIC COUrTOL (27389 IF) (25"1 DA) (26473 OF) RADAR MANPACKING SET AN/PPS-S - OPERATION AND IdEPROSTMETIC SURGERY PROGRESS TO PEACE (28450 IA) IA) (30270 IA) RADICAL RETROPERITONEAL NODE PRESIDENCY, TUE PROJECT DEFINITION PHASE (PIF) DISSECTION IN THE TREATMENT OF (20040 A) ( ) TESTICULAR TUMORS PRESDENCY, THE PROMISING YONG AMERICANS (25892 DA) (20040 M) (39466 OF) RADIO FREQUENCY RADIATION HAZARDS PRESIOENCY, THE PROP FLIGNT (52736 OF) (20040 DF) (34467 ON) RADIO INTERFERENCE PART I PROPHYLACTIC HEiOnIALYSIS IN ACUTE (29327 DA) PRESIDENTIAL VISIT 5 JUNE 158 RENAL FAILURES RADIO INTERFERENCE - PART II (23020 IA) (25915 IA) (21328 DA) PRESSURE SYSTEMIS AND WIND PROTECTION IN THE NUCLEAR AE RADIO RELAY EQUIPMENT AN/TRC 35 AND (25226 IA) (69071 IA) 36 PART IV SYSTEM LINE UP PREVENTION OF COLD INJURY PROTECTIVE KA;K FITTING AN MILL PROCEDURES (65021 IA) (2PT I46 MA) (28344 IA) PREVENTION OF COLD INJURY PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE US ARMY RADIO SET ANIVRC.12 (1695 DO) VETERINARIAN (20379 IA) PREVENTION OF HEARING LOSS (66310 DA) RADIO TELETYPEWRITER AN/GRC-46 (29149 IA) PUBLIC SAFETY INFOREATION (28384 IA) PREVENTION OF HEAT CASUALTIES (69339 IA) RADIOACTIVITY LABORATORY (24512 ON) PUT IT ALL TOGETHER DEMONSTRATIONS PREVENTION OF HEAT INJURY (26834 IF) (25857 OA) (65202 DA) QUALITY COPrROL RADIOISOTOPE-PART I-FUNOAIENTALS OF RADIOACTIVITY. THE, PREVENTION OF ORAL DISEASE. THE (26175 OF) (25865 IA) H V"Y (24894 ON) QUALITY TOOL CONTROL -. A MAAGEMENT RAD IO1SOTOPE.-PART 11I1I. RACT ICAL " - - PREVENTION OF STRESS FRACTURES IN PROCEDURES OF MEASUREMENT, THE MILITARY TRAINING (26240 OF) (25867 DA) (69034 IA) QUARTERMASTER RADIOISOTOPE-PART IV.METHODOLOGY, THE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF MEDICA!, (35625 ON) (25868 IA) SERVICE EQJIIPMENT QURTERIMASTER QUALITY CONTROL FOR (29816 IA) CLOTHING AND TEXTILE ITEMS RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE IN CIVILIAN MANNED SHIPS PRIDE IN BELONGING (22315 IA) (24494 IN) (10761 IA) QUARTERMASTER QUALITY CONTROL FOR GENERAL SUPPLIES, AND PARTS RADIOSOTOPE-PART XIII-GENERAL PRIMARY HELICOPTER P;LOT TRAINING - SCIENCES, THE -'- NIGHT OPERATIONS (22316 IA) (25872 IA) (29214 IA) QUIET WAR, THE -. USAF TELEPHONE RA-.- PRINCIPLES OF FIELD MEDICAL SERVICE SECURITY (27914 IF) RAILROAD (23306TIA) CARLOADING AND BRACING OF (27964 OF)AMUNITION (29103 DA) (23306 OA) RADAR EYES THE WEATHER A..ALYSIS.-.- PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION OF SEVERE WEATHER RANGE GOES GREEN, THE (23999 ON) (27473 of) (23019 DA) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION OF THE RADAR EYES THE WEATHER -. RANGER GENERATOR FUNDAMENTALS OF RADAR METEOROLOGY (30238 IA) "(29891 IA) (27472 OF) RANGER TRAINING PRINCIPLES OF THE STARTING MOTOR RADAR PRINCIPLES - PULSE MOUNLATED (29744 IA) (29192 IA) RADAR R(21394 CA) RAPE PREVENTION, PART I, IT'S NOT PRISONER COUINSELING (234I)ALWAYS SOMEBODY ELSE (33284 IA) RADAR REFRACTION AND WEATHER.. (69342 IA) AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING AND CONTROL PROCUREMENT SOURCE SELECTION (27392 IF) NO$ EXPRESS, THE (22938 IA) RADAREFRACTION AND WEATHER -. THE (26444 IF) PROFESSIONAL ON CAMPUS, THE RADAR COVERAGE PROBLEM AC TRANSIENTS (35119 DO) (27390 OF) (39855 OF) S F S e i \*.* ' *'"-"-" "-* '%****'-'" " '"* *'."'-".''*-'* " ""-"-----",--,"" "--,". ----, `` ` `-`. `.` `.

147 DeM REACH BEYOND THE HORIZON HISTORY REINFORCED RIFLE PLATOON IN THE RESIST 0. EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE ATTACK OF A BUILT-UP AREA PART (2U56 IA) (51212 OF) II THE THE ATTACK (29649 DA, 2ESi STANCE READING THE BLOOD PRESSURE IANUETER (39866 OF) (25977 DA) REINS OF COSEAND, THE AIR FORCE F COMiUNICATIONS SERVICE RESOURCE IN BLUE READY STORY OF THE MARINE CORPS (26432 OF) (26781 OF) RESERVE RELATIVE MOVEMENT, PART II OUT ANO RESPIRATION AND CIRCULATION (23435 DR) IN SEARCH, RELATIVE MIND (27588 OF) READY AMERICANS, THE (23573 IN) RESPONSIBILITY (65211 IA) RELAYS AND VIBRATORS (28564 IA) READY ON ARRIVAL (39)91 IF) RESTRICTED VISIBILITY SITUATIONS (22036 ) RELIABILITY.. PART AND PARCEL (24607 ON) READY ROUND THE WORLD (27630 IF) RESUSCITATIVE CARE OF THE SEVERELY (30207 IA) RELIABILITY ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS WOUNDED READY TO STRIKE IN RELIABILITY (29773 DA) (30212 IA) (24395 IA) RETURN OF COUNT SPIROCHETE RECEIVER SUSCEPTIBILITY RELIABILITY - STATISTI.'.I CONCEPTS ( A) (25589 IN) (24338 ON) REVEREND TURNER'S NIGHT OUT, THE RECONDO RELIABILITY ANALYSIS (22551 IA) (30271 IA) (24389 DR) REVIEW OF ELECTROMAGNETIC, A RECONSTRUCTION OF AN AVULSION WOUND RELIABILITY MONITORING (25586 IN) OF THE MANDIBLE (24393 IA) REVOLUTION IN THE ( A) "ELIABILITY MONITORING (34635 DR) PAINT LOCKER RECOPISTRUCTION OF THE LOWER LIP AND (24393 IN) CHIN RIBBON BRIDGE: PART I LAUNCIING AND (25852 IA),ELIABILITY TESTING RET!IEVAL RECOVERY EQUIPMENT PART I 062 (24390 DN) (30371 CA) MEDIUM WRECKER. OPERATION OF RELIGIOUS PROGRAMS SPECIALIST (RP) RICKETTSIAE.LABORATORY PROCEDURE FOR POWERED EQUIPMENT CONTROLS (35739 DR) THEIR ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION (29885 IA) RENDEZVOUS 90 DEGREES SOUTH (25859 IA) RED BULL ATTACKS - 34TH INFANTRY (26373 OF) RIFLE, 5.56M0 XM14EI OPERATION AND DIVISION, TH, CYCLE OF FUNCTIONING (20350 IA) RESCUE OPERATIONS LIFTING (29997 IA) DEVICES AND SHORING RED DIAMOND, THE (24103 DR) RIFLE, MiSAO PART I FIELD S (30195 IA) EXPEDIENTS RFSEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FILM REPORT (28805 IA) RED, WHITE AND NAVY BLUE NO. 41 PROGRESS IN SPECIALIZED (30297 DR) CLOTHING AND FIELD RATIONS RIGID MEDULLARY FIXATION OF FOREARM (26048 DA) FRACTURES REFORGER MEDICAL SUPPORT IA) (25910 (31333 IA) RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FILM REPORT (51IA NUMBER 34 SEEING THE UIISEEABLE RING OF STONES, A REFRIGERATION EVACUATING AND (26033 IA) (65231 IA) L... CHARGING (27634 IF) RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS RING OF VALOR REPORT NUMBER EIGHT - THE ARMY (21923 IN) REFRIGERATION. PRINCIPLES OF FIELD RADIO CONVERSION PROGRAM MECHANICAL REFRIGERATION (26066 IA) RISE OF THE RED NAVY (27633 IF) RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS (46040 IF) REGULATED POWER SUPPLY *. REPORT NUMBER NINE DELONG PIERS RISE OF THE SOVIET NAVY, THE ELECTRONIC REGULATOR, SILiC03 (26067 IA) (25246 ON) CONTROLLED RECT IF I ER (39679 IF) RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS RL TRANSIENTS AND WAVESHAPING REPORT NUMBER SEVEN - SWAMP FOXII, (39855 IF) REGULATED POWER SUPPLY *. ZENER AND PANAMA MOBILITY IN THE TROPICS SHUNT REGULATORS (26065 IA) ROAD MAP TO LESS EFFORT THE FLOW (39670 IF) PROCESS CHART RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS (23185 DA) REINFORCED PLASTICS INSPECTION REPORT NUMBER TEN AND QUALITY CONTROL (2MI5 IA) ROAD TO THE STARS (24353 OH) RE(..'RCH TO REALITY (26236 IF). REINFORCED PLASTICS. INTRODUCTION 0-4 DR) * ROCKET PROPULSION., (24352 IN) RES.CTION OF THE INTERNAL MAMMARY (27685 OF) REINFORCED PLASTICS.. REPAIR OF LYMPH NODE CHAIN WITH RADICAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE OF THE HYPODERMIC SINGLE SKIN FAILURES MASTECTOMY JET INJECTION APPARATUS (24354 IN) (34976 IN) (29827 IA) FI1g02-74 B-28 -Z

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157 "Doe C.4 APPEDIX C CATALOG OF DoO AV PRWOUCTIONS CLEARED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE AMERICAAN AIR SPACE. AND IN EVENT OF ATTACK,CADEMY. SPOTLIGHTS THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF N PREVENTION OF COLD INJURY 1MOULD DIRECT CANADIAN INTERCEPTORS AGAINST RETIRING BRIG GEM CHARLES 'CHUCK" YEAGER, 3/4 INCH VIEO TAPE, 025 BIN, EMARKED BOMBERS. F-IS ARRIVES AT LUKE AFB, WORLD WAR II ACE, TEST PILOT, AND FIRST MAN CLEA ED for PE, TV UACL AZ. EIGHT F-5'S ARE LOADED ON THE #Ali TO BREAK THE SOUND BARrIER. REVIEWS OVER "CARGO DFCK OF A C-5. AN AIR FORCE DENTIST FOUR DECADES OF AERIAL HISTORY WITH KELLY CORRECT MAY TO WEAR ISSUE CLOTHING AND LIVE DEMONSTRATES TECHNIQUES IN TREATING JOHNSON, CIVILIAN DESIGNER OF MORE THAN 40 "" 11 THE EXTREME COLD OF THE ARCTIC CHILDREN UNDER THE PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY AIRCRAFT. FEATURES ROLLOUT AND EARLY "ENVIRONMENT; USE OF THE "BUDDY' SYSTEM AS A PROGRAM. CONMANDO ELITE EXERCISE FLIGHTS OF THE B-I, MEANS OF PREVENTING COLD INJU'," ýu0;h AS ILLUSTRATES NECESSARY COORDINATION AND REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FROST NIP AND FROST BITE. TREATMENT OF FRACTICE FOR EFFECTIVE CLOSE AIR SUPPORT FROST NiIP OF THE UPPER AND LOWER CAPABILITY DF AIR FORCE NOW 069 EXTREMITIES. A FROST BITE VICTIM MuST BE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRI8UfED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16, NorION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1975 IMMEDIATLEY EVACUATED FOR PROPER MEDICAL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, TREATMENT: AM EVACUATION SE UENCE IS SHOWN OF AIR FORCE NOV 064 HISTORICAL FILM EMPHASIZES THAT WHILE LIVING IN THE 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, 1975 COLD IS UNCOMFORTABLE, IT IS NOT DAANGEROUS CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS, VISITS LEXINGTON GREEN WHERE THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR BEGAN. SAC BOMB IF THE SIMPLE ROLES ARE FOLLOWED.!:STORICAL,COMPETITION AT BARKSDALE AFB, LA. UNIQUE "1$38-ON MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF TAKES AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT THE AIR FORCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE AIR FORCE. GERMAN NILITARY OPERATIONS IN PERSONNEL SYSTEM. PROVIDES AN OVERVIEW OF F-4 PILOT TRAINING AT EDWARDS AFB, CA. TOPS MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN THE PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES FACED BY TOP IN BLUE ON TOUR. 3/4 INCH VIDEO TAPE, 022 KIM, 1975 DECISION MAKERS AND THE PROMOTION, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV UMCL ASSIGNMENT, AND TECHNOLOGICAL ISSUES AT THE MILITARY PERSONNEL CENTER, RANDOLPH AFB, OF AIR FORCE NOW "SJODEN CHANGES OF WEATHER HIGH ALTITUDE TX. "THAT CAUSE. IN PART, ANlXIETY, AND REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEAED FOR PE, T N, PS, N, DEPRESSION, IN SOME TROOPS WHEN FIRST HI111TRICAL DEPLOYED TO HIGH ALTITUDE TERRAIN; PROBLEMS DF AIR FORCE NOW 065 INCLUDE: SLOW-DOWN IN THINKING AND WORK, levv MOTION PICTURE 015 min, 1975 FOLLOWS AIC KATHY WALSH ;HROUGH THE PACES "THIRST, LO!S OF APPETITE, SUNBURN, CHAPPED CLE.AD FOR PE, TV, N., PS, OF "KEEPING EM FLYING." HANG GLIDING "LIPS, VISION, ADAPTATION TO PIGH ALTITUDE, HISTORICAL STIMULATES MEMPHIS STATE ROTC STUDENTS MOUNTAIN SICKNESS, AND HIGH ALTITUDE INTEREST IN FLIGHT AND A CAREER IN THE AIR PULMONARY EDEMA (HAPE); EMERGENCY CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT OF THE AIR FORCE FORCE. DEPICTS AIR FORCE PARTICIPATION IN. TREATMENT. GIVES HIS THOUGHTS ON CHANGE IN MIILITARY THE VIETNAM REFUGEE EFFORT. SERVICE AND ON MAYS TO MAKE THE NCO MORE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. "10759-DF NOT FOR OURSELVES ALONE EFFECTIVE. AN AIR FORCE SURGEON WORKS TO -16 NOTION PICTURE 029 MIN, 1975 BRING MEDICAL CIVIL ACTION PROGRAMS 107T7-DF AIR FORCE NOW 072 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, N, PS UNXL (IEOCAP) HEALTH BENEFITS TO THE PEOPLE ON 16i, NOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1975 THE ISLAND OF LUZON. A USAF/RAF EXCHANGE CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, RELATES THE IDEALS OF THE DECLARATION OF OFFICER PROVES THE VALUE OF EXCHANGE HISTORICAL INOEPENODINCE TO TODAY'S MILITARY. 'THROUGH HIS WORK AS A PILOT ATTACK ILLUSTRAi is THE ROLE THE ARMED FORCES HAVE INSTRUCTOR. PRESENTS A SINXGLE-THEME ISSUE ON AIR FORCE PLAYED IN THE CREATION AND 20OTH YEAR R A CHIEF OF STAFF DAVID C. JONES AFTER HIS GROWTH OF AMERICA. ENCOMPASSES FOUR MAJOR RE : LSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FIRST YEAR IN THAT ASSIGNMENT. FOLLOWS CRISIS PERIODS IN AMERICA'S MILITARY OF AIR FORCE NOW 066 GENERAL JONES THROUGH HIS BUSY, DAILY OF 112, THE AMERICAN THE TWO WORLD 16M NOTION PICTURE 019 BIN, 1975 SCHEDULE SERVING AS REPRESENTATIVE OF TUE WARS. 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DEPICTS SAC'S FLYING U-2 AT CAVIS-EON THAT AT GROWTH OF AMERICA. ENCOMPASSES FOUR MAJORCENTER " CRISIS PEIODS IN AMERICA'S MILITARY i0782-of AIR FORCE NOW 067 F. E. WARREN AFB, WY. AIR FORCE ACADEMY "HISTORY - THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. THE MAR 161M NOTION PICTURE 015 MIN, 1975 INSTRUCTORS AND THEIR WORK. OF 1412, THE CIVIL MAR, AND THE TWO WORLD CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, th, PS, UOCL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. WARS. EMPHASIZES the STRENGTH AND HISTORICAL DF AIR FORCE NOW 074 DEDICATION OF THE ARMED FORCES USAFE WEAPONS LOADING COMPETITION. 16MM NOTION PICTURE 011 BIN, O -DA PRIDE IN BELONGING DEPICTS AIR FORCE PARTICIPATION IN LONG CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, 160 NTION PICTURE 027 M1N, 1975 DISTANCE RUNNING. PROTOTYPE FLIGHT TESTING HISTORICAL CLE,,AED FOR FE N9CL OF THE F-16, THE NEW AIR FORCE LIGHTWEIGHT FIGHTER. FREEFALL PARACHUTING COURSE AT THE PROVIDES A LOOK AT A VARIETY OF WEAPON PRESENTS A GLIMPSE INTO THE LIVES OF YOUNG AIR FORCE ACADEMY. SYSTEMS AMD DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES WOMEN WORKING AND TRAINING IN SPECIALIZED REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. INCLUDING THE MAVERICK AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE; B-I STRATEGIC BOMBER; MINUTEMAN POSITIONS IN TODAY'S ILITARY SERVICES DF AIR FORCE NOW 068 III; AIR LAUNCH OFOA MINUTEMAN MISSILE FROM 1077M-OF AIR FORCE NOW , NOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1975 THE C-5; THE E.4A AIRBORNE COMMAND POST: 161 MOTION PICTURE 015 BIN, 1975 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, AIR-TO-AlR REFUELING OF THE C-5 FIRST FLIGHT OF THE YC-I5 SYSTLi, F.-I CLEARED FOR PE. V, TH, PS, C R BL HISTORICAL LIGHTWEIGHT FIGHTER: A-I0, THE NEWEST AF 'HISTORICL EXPLORES STOREHOUSE OF AVIATION INFORMATION AIRCRAFT DESIGNED PRIMARILY FOR CLOSE AIR CANADIAN UNDEHGROUND COMPLEX USES COMPUTER AT THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY'S G;MBEL LIBRARY SUPPORT MISSION; THE F-15 EAGLE AND THE SURVEY TWO MILLION SQUARE MILES OF NORTH AND COLLECTION OF ART PROPERTIES AT THE STREAK EAGLE FLIGHTS OF THE FIS 1 HICH "TO 'F *..

158 A 5M40.2.C.4 BROKE ALL THE WORLD'S TINE.TO.CLINS KIIUMES: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INC, VIDEO WE. TECIIROLOGY, AND AOVAMTAGES AND RECORDS. OISADVANTAGES OF EACH REPRESENTATIVE TYPE RKI : ALSO DISTRIBUTED I1 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DF AFSC STAFF FILM REPORT OF EQUIPMENT O.DF HAWAII CAP SOARING 16 MOTION PICTURE 018 KIN, ]s ON DYNAMITE RUN 1RE NOTIOR PICTURE 019 1I1, CLAED FOR E TV t, PS MM 16 NOTION PICTURE 0191IH, 1975 Ci!.,L CFEAAEDF UICLP...C. RPE,,TV OWD FOR PETV, ill, PS am DELIVERY OF THE FIRST F-1.'S TO THE 5SS5IW INSTRUCTS THE HAWAIIAN CIVIL AIR PATROL TACTICAL FIGHTER SQUADRON. SYSTEM TO TON -MONGOOSE- ICEWEN AND DAN GARLITZ ARE CADET IN GLIDER FLYING WITH INSIGHT INTO MEASURE LIQUID PROPELLANT Oiffi1G FEATURED AS VOLUNTEER NAVY RECRUITIHG -" THE TOTAL AERODYNAMICS SYSTEM. INTRODUCES WEIGHTLESSNESS. USE OF GAMMA RAY DETECTOR AMBASSADORS AS THEY EXPLAIN THE SPORT OF - THE CADET TO AIRCRAFT, AVIATION, AND SPACE. AS PART CF BRAIN SCANNING SYSTEM TO SEAlCH DRAG RACING OA FOR TUNORS AND BLOOD CLOTS. FIRST 1-1 ON.2-0 CONFLAGRATION FLIGHT FROM PALIDALE, CA, TO AIR FORCE B1OO, INK AND OIL 16, NOTION PIC'TJRE 028 NIN, CAEDFRP, S 1973 CLCLEAAED FLIGHT TEST CENTER, EDWARDS AFB, CA..60 NOTION FOR PE, PICTJRE,4, lth, 028 PS WIN, 1975 ' "i- CLFW qed FOR PE, TV, h OF AFSC STAFF FILM REPORT F 1 IT HAPPENED ON OCTOBER 13, THE 244 COMBINES PAIITINGS FROM THE NAVYS COMBAT INGREDIENTS WHERE THERE. A WOOD FRAME 160 MOTION PICTURE, 010 IHN, s A.RT CENTER, WASHINGTON, D.C., INTERVIEWS WAREHOUSE, CARELESSLY STORED COMBUSTIBLE CLEARED FOR PE, PS sl WIETH ARTISTS, G ND HISTORICAL FOOTAGE TO MATERIALS, AND POOR VENTILATION. THE PEOPLE PRESENT A GRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF COMBAT OF CHELSEA, MASSACHUSETTS MILL ALWAYS EVALUATION OF JET ENGINE PERFORVAMCE IN ARTISTS WHO SERVED WITH THE NAVY DURING REMEMBER THE CONFLAGRATION OF '73- AND THE HIGH ALTITUDE TEST CELLS. NEW NANUFACTIRIIG ORLD JR It.. CAUSE OF IT. THIS ON-IHE.SPOT FILMED REPORT PROCESSES FOR QUANTITY PRODUCTION OF TELLS THEIR HEROIC STORY. SPECIAL PURPOSE MICROCIRCUITI!Y VERY SPECIAL GIRL, A MODIFICATION OF. OBSOLETE F-1O2'S AS TARGET 1651 NOTION PICTURE 025 WIN, OSO.DOF AIR FORCE JOBS DRONES TO TEST HEAT SEEKING MISSILES. CLEA4EDFORPE, TV, tu INTELLIGENCE REMARKlS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THE STORY OF DENISE ANN MILLER, A HIGH 160M loticn PICTURE 010 INi, 1974 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, Nt, PS DA SURPRISE PACKAGE, THE SCHOOL JUNIOR, WHO WON THE NAVYS HIGHEST IBMI NOTION PICTURE 01 NIHWN 1 T1 197 AWARD AND ENGINIEERING AT THE ANNUAL FAIR. INTERNATIONAL AMONG THE PRIZES SCIENCE WAS INTRODUCES THE POTENTIAL RECRUIT TO THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS 19 AN TRIP TO THE NOBEL PRIZE CEREMONIES AT INTELLIGENCE CAREER FIELD. COVERS FOLLOWING AFSCS: LINGU;ST/INTERROGATOR ZANY PETE AND MIKE PULL THEIR VV VAN UP TO STOCKHOLM, WHERE IN ADDITION TO RECEIVING SPECIALIST; 20331, VOICE PROCESSING A HOSPITAL TO DELIVER A PACKAGE TO YONIG HER AWARD FROM ARH. M. S VAN ORMEN, CHIEF TECHNICIAK; 20732, PRINTER SYSTEMS TOMMY BARNES, A PATIENT IN THE PEDIATRIC OF NAVAL RESEARCH, MISS MILLER WITNESSED OPERATOR; 20131, NORSE SYSTEMS OPERATOR: WARD. EFFORTS BY THE DELIVERY MEN TO FIND THE PRESENTATION OF A NOBEL AWARD 20230, RADIO COMMUNICATIONS ANALYSIS TOMnY LEAD THEN ON AN UNWITTING TOUR OF THE PRESENTATION TO ALEXANDER SOLZHENISYN, HISS SPECIALIST; 2063D, IIAGFRY INTERPRETER HOSPITAL. FINALLY, THEY ARRIVE In MILLER WAS ALSO HONORED BY BEING NAMED NAVY SPECIALIST; AND INTELLIGENCE PEDIATRICS WITH TOMMY'S SURPRISE PACKAGE SCIENCE CRUISER AND DURING A ONE-WEEK STAY OPERATIONS SPECIALIST. AND A NEWLY ACQUIRED EDUCATION ABOUT TIE IN SAN DIEGO, TOURED NAVY FACILITIES WI ilh REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ADVANCED METHODS AND TECHNIQUES PRACTICED HER ARMY AD SAIR FORCE COUNTE PARTS. THERE IN MOOERN HOSPITALS. WA ALSO A P IN LONDON AND A ONE-DAY OF AIR FORCE JOBS CIVIL CRUISE ABOARD A NAVY SHIP. ENGINEERING N FLY MARINE L "AO 1601 NOTION PICTURE 010 WIN, 1974 IBB6 NOTION PICTURE 015 NIH 15T PIF ABOUT FALLOUT CLEARED FOR PE, TV, to, PS F E CLEARED FOR PE, TV, t, A LOOK AT JOBS IN THE CIVIL ENGINEERING THE LATEST AIRCRAFT UTILIZED BY THE MARItE FIELD. AIRMEN IN THE THREE TO FIVE LEVELS CORPS. THE FILM IS INTENDED TO MOTIVATE EXPLAINS NATURE AND HARMFUL EFFECTS OF. TALK ABOUT THEIR WORK IN BUILDING BRAD. YOUNG MEN TOWARD CAREERS AS MARINE CORPS FALLOUT FROM NUCLEAR DETONATION. EMPHASIZES RUNWAY, AND GENERATOR ' 1AINTEMANCE'. PILOTS AND AIRCREW[CN. ~~IMMEDIATE IMPORTANCE 'DE CONTAMNIATION OF ADEQUATE SHELTER PROCEDURES."..'. AND RERARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN S3U, NOTION PICTURE. I AE C M TN E S 1O14.0F AIR FORCE JOgsN$. FIRE 1117.ON BLUE ON ICE DF FROM THESE BEGINNINGS A OIB0 NOTION PICTURE 022 KNI 1974 PROTECTION SPECIALIST 16K NOTION PICTURE 020 WIN, 1915 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS 16MM NOTION PICTURE 009 MIN, 1975 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, - CLEARED FOR PE AN ACTION STUDY OF THE NAVY BOBSLED TEAM AT OUTLINES THE AFROTC PROGRAM AND ITS ACQUAINTS POTENTIAL RECRUIT WITH VARIOUS LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK, BEFORE AND DURINGG BENEFITS AND OPPORTUNICTIES FOR E INORITY JOBS IN THE FIRE PROTECTION FIELD COVERS THE TWO. AND FOUR-MAN NORTH AVERICAN GROUPS IN THE AWIRFORCE. PICTURES CHARLES TRAINING IN FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING BOBSLED CHAMPIONSHIP. NARRATED BY LOIRE A. (CHIEF) ANDERSON, AFROTC CADET PREVENTION, SUPORFSSIOA, AND RESCUE GREENE. INSTRUCTOR AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, WHO PVTR ATAUGHT, THE FIRST BLACK AIR FORCE PILOTS TO - OPERATIONS. DEMONSTRATES VARIETY OF METHODS ON BUT FOR HOW LONG FLY. ALSO SHOWN ARE LT. GEN. (RETIRED) B. OF SUPPRESSING AIRCRAFT AND STRUCTURAL 16 OTION PICTUREW 027 WIN 40. DAVIS AND LT. GEN. "CHAPPY" JANES WHO, FIRFS. ALSO SHOWS RESCUE PROCEDU CLEARED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS a AGAINST A BACKGROUND OF MW II PHOTOGRAPHY, AIRCRAFT ANDOOROWNING. TELLS A LITTLE KNOWN STORY ABOUT THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HOW THE NAVY COMBATS POLLUTION OF TME BEGINNINGS OF BLACKS IN AMERICAN AVIATION. OCEANS THROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF UNDERSEA REMARKS: ALSO AVAILABLE IN 1O018.OF SIM1, 3/4 INCH, VIDEO AFSC STAFF FILM REPORT CURRENTS TO PREDICT DIRECTION OF FLOW OF TAPE. 239 EFFLUENT FROM SEWAGE OUTFALLS, ANM BY 16BR. NOTION PICTURE O1l WiIN 1974 DEVELOPING NEW SHIPBOARD WASTE TREATMENT DA TWO CENTURIES OF SERVICE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, to, PS, FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES FOR CONTROL All 16M0 NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1975 HISTORICAL RECOVERY OF OIL-SPILLS. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS DEVELOPMENT OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC SYSTEM ON CLEANUP -. SOME BASIC NARRATED BY LORNE GREENE, THIS FILM TELLS DESIGNED TO IMPROVE MIGHT RECONNAISSANCE TOOLS FOR OIL REMOVAL IN HAWR WHAT ALL AMERICANS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE CAPABILITIES OF REMOTELY PILOTED VEHIC:ES. HARBORS HISTORY OF THE US ARMY, NOT ONLY ON THE USE OF INTERACTIVE GRAPHICS TO INPRLVE 16IR OTION PICTURE 018 NIH m7 BATTLEFIELD, BUT IN ITS PEACETIME SERVICE EFFICIENCY OF WINO TUNNEL TESTING PROGRANS. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TN. PS MM, AND TECHNOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE USE OF n;crowave INTEGRA T ED CIRCUITS TO AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE. REDUCE THE SIZE OF PRESENT ELECTRONIC VARIOUS TYPES OF EQUIPMENT USED TO CONTAI- INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION SYSTEMS. IMPROVED AND CLEAN UP OIL SPILLS ARE SHOWN.FIRE DF INDIVIDUALIZED RADAR HOUSINGS FOR MODERN HIGH PERFORMANCE HOSES, PISTON FILM, SORBINTS, BROOMS All INSTRUCTION AIRCRAFT. SKIMMERS. AS NELL AS EX..PLES OF THE LATEST 16M, NOTION PICTURE, 019 WIN, 1975 FM1N0Z- H6"-"- C-2 It....* "**"-I.

159 / DoD "C-4 C;LE.AREDFO PE, TV, TN, PS WRCL REMARKS: REPLACES TF THE US ARMY 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 SIN, 1975 DEFINES INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION AND DA MULTIPURPOSE SHELTERS CLEARED FOR FE, TV, PS, UKCL SNOWS ITS USE IN AF TRAINING PROGRAMS. HISTORICAL COVERS SELF-, 1 ACING. GROUP PACING AND SERIES TITLE: M.U.S.T. CONTROLLED PAC ING TECHNIQUES, MULTIPLE 16, NOTION PICTURE 022 IlI, 1975 IN TODAY'S ARMY, THE VETERINARIAN IS AN TRACKING, AND MODULAR SCHEDULiNG. CLEA FOR PE. TV, OS IMPORTANT MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE TEAM. CiAAED SINCE MEAT HYGIENE IS A MAJOR NECESSITY OF DF CHANGING ROLE OF THE A FIVE-MAN TEAM DEMONSTRATES HOW TO UNLOAD THE ARMY, THE ROLE OF THE VET HAS BEER - INSTRUCTOR THE WARD CONTAINER FROM THE LOADING EXTENUED TO INCLUDE, AMONG A VARIETY OF 160,NOTION PICTURE 0 11KIN, 1975 VEHICLE. USING EQUIPMENT PROVIDED IN THE RELATED FUNCTIONS, FOOD HANDLI1G,AN.' CLEARED FOR PE, V, TH, PS SHELTER LOADING KIT, AND HOW TO ASSEMBLE QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES, THIS FI1 a THE CONTAINER AFTER IT IS UNLOADED DETAILS THE MISSION OF THE VETERINARIAN IN EXPLAINS IHY AND HOW THE INSTRUCTOR'S ROLE THE US ARMY AND OUTLINES THE INPORTANCE OF HAS CHANGED POINTS OUT HOW THE STUDENT, DA BELOW KNEE TEMPORARY THE VETERINARIAN IN HIS EXPANOING FIELD. THE INSTRUCTOR, AND THE AIR FORCE BENEFIT PROSTHESIS DA ASSESSING THE PATIENT'S FROM THE,HAE. SERIES TITLE: ORTHEPEDIC NEEDS REiHKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SPECIALIST TRAINING 16MM NOTION PICTURE 025 KIN, DF HYPOXIA 160 MOTION PICTURE 013 MIN, 1973 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS 16K NOTION PICTURE 029 KIN, 1975 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS UMCL KNOWLEDGE OF THE COIPLETE MEDICAL HISTORY CLARd FOR PE, TV, TH, PS THIS FILM DEMONSTRATES THE CONSTRUCTION OF EACH PATIENT PRIOR TO HIS MI HT NBC NEWS CORRESPONDENT ROY MEAL SERVES AS PROCESS OF THE THREE MAIN PARTS OF THE HOSPITALIZATION OR TREATMENT IS ESSENTIAL HOST MODERATOR FOR PANEL DISCUSSION OF PROSTHETIC ASSEMBLY: THE SOCKET, SUSPENSION TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE PATIENT. THIS HYPOXIA, ITS CAUSES, PREVENTION AND SYSTEM, AND PYLON EXTENSION AND THE RESULT. FILM IS ABOUT ASSISTING THE PATIFNT TO TREATMENT. PRESENT ARE BRIG. GEN. CHARLES *A WALKING AIPUTEE. ACCEPT 3IS ILLNESS, TO TREAT HIMSELF AS E. YEAGER, FORMER X.IA ROCKET PILOT; COL DA MULTIPURPOSE SHELTERS- PRESCRIBED, AND TO RETURN TO AS CLOSE TO A SIDNEY T. LEWIS, FLIGHT SURGEON; COL GILES PART II.DISASSEMMLY AND NIORMAL LIFE STYLE AS POSSIBLE. 1. HALL, PHYSIOLOGIST; AND ROGER PAGE, JR., LOADING DA MEDICAL UNIT, SELF. 1 ONTAINEDI TASELF- FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR. ANIMATION SEQUENCE EXPLAINS FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF HYPOXIA. SERIES TITLE: M.U.S.T. CONTAINED, TRANSPORTABLE REMARKS: RESTRICTED BY SURGEON GENERAL FOR 16, NOTION PICTURE 014 KIN, 1975 SERIES TITLE: N.U.S.T. PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAINING. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, Ph UHCL 161V NOTION PICTURE 015 KIN, 1975 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEMONSTRATES HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE WARD CLEARED FOR PE, TV, hs DA TOGETiER FOREVER CONTAINER FOR LOADING ONTO A TRANSPORT IN 1959, THE SURGEON GENERAL OF THE US ARMY 3/4 INCH VIDEOTAPE, 025 KIN, 1974 VEHICLE, USING EQUIPMENT PROVIDED IN THE INITIATED A SEARCH FOR A ME) TYPE OF FIELD CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS LOADING KIT. HOSPITAL. IT WOULD HAVE TO BE MOBILE, SELF- A FILM ABOUT MARITAL PROBLEMS. THREE DA LEARNING TO LIVE WITH CONTAINED, AND TRANSPORTABLE TO ANY SCENE COUPLES SEEK TO SOLVE TAEIR MARITAL YOUR COLOSTOMY OF NATIONAL DISASTER. THIS FILM SHOWS HON D PFFERENCES BY DISCUSSOIG THEM OPENLY AT A 1 O E K,9 M.U.S.T SdELTERS CAN BE ADAPTED TO PROVIDE GREU NOES PICTURE 020 IN, UL 1974 A LABORATORY TESTING AREA OR A STERILE GROUP ANLYSIS SESSON. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, IS PREPARATION AREA, OR AN X.RAY OR OTHER R REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SUIN, NOTION PICTURE. PRODUCED BY THE WALTE REED ARMY INSTITUTE SIMILAR FACILITY IN ALDO DA BLINDIMAN OF RESEARCH, WASHINGTON, DC, THIS FILM OF MAGNETISM 3/4 INCH VIDEO TAPE, 0291Il, 1975 EXPLAINS THE COLOSTOMY AMD DEMONSTRATES THE 16M, MOTION PICTURE 021 IN, 1972 CLEARED HOR PE, & PS 0V IRRIGATION PROCESS. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS S THE BLIP" PROPRIETOR OF A SMALL NEWS SHOP DA STORY OF EMILY, THE DESCRIBES MAGNETS AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS BY IN A RACiALLY MIXED NEIGHBORHOOD IS ROBBED 1611, NOTION PICTURE 015 KIN, 1975 POINTING OUT THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BY A JUVENILE. THE BLINUMANOFFERS THE BOY A CLEARED FOR PE, IV, US MAGNETIC FIELD, THE MOLECULAR ARRANGEMENT CHANCE TO ATONE FOR DAMAGES BY WORKING IN OF MAGNETIZED AND UNMAGNETIZED METALS. TOE HIS STORE. THEIR FRIENDSHIP BLOSSOMS, THEN EMILY DISCOVERS, AFTER SOME MISGIVINGS, LAMS OF ATTRACTION AND REPULSIONE, AND THE IS TESTED BY A SECOND ROBBERY OF THE STORE THAT THE MEDICAL SUPPI.Y SYSTEM IN EFFECT AT FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE AMOUNT OF FORCE THE BOY'S KNOWLEDGE OF THE CRIME AND HIS HER NEW DUTY STATION, UNLIKE THE ONE TO DEVELOPED. DEMONSTRATES AND EXPLAINS DECISION ABOUT WHETHER TO INFORM ON HIS WHICH SHE HAD BECOME ACCUSTOMED, CAN ELECTROMAGNETISM BY SHOWING THE FACIORS BROTHER, ONE OF THE PARTICIPANTS. RELEASE HER FROM EXTENSIVE PAPERWORK AND THAT AFFECT POLARITY AND STRENGTH OF THE 9 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SS MM, NOTION PICTURE. PROVIDE MORE TIME FOR NURSING. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD. DEFINES AND EXPLAINS DA CIRCUIT RIDER DA OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH COMMONLY USED MAGNETIC TERMS. NURSING IN THE DEPARTMENT OF REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 161 NOTION PICTURE 013 MIN, 1975 THE ARMY OF SERIES RC CIRCUITS CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, h 168 NOTION PICTURE 022 MIN, 1975 BRINGING THE WORD OF GOD TO THE MODERN CLEARED FOR PE, TV, S 1611, NOTION PICTURE 015 KIN, 1972 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS U'CL.N SOLDIER AND MINISTERING TO HIS SPIRITUAL COMFORT IS PARALLELED WITH THE DAYS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THAT DOES THE HEALTH ARMIY HAVE NURSING. TO 00 WHAT WITH IS I ' IT THIS A REVI YHTENS THE USE OF VECTOR ANALYSI S. CIRCUIT PREACHER WHO, ON HORSEBACK, BROUGHT FILM OUTLINES IN DETAIL THE STRUAN.RE OF FNTION APE D TRIGONOMETR IC RELIGION TO THE OLD WEST. THE PROGRAMI, THE REASONS FOR IT, ARD FUNCTIONS A APPLIED TO A SERAIES RCT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SB 0, 16 IN. CONCERN WITH HEALTH PROMOTION ANI DISEASE CORCTIOO IMESDANEA TAE PREVENLTION AT US ARMY TRAINING AND MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE IMPEDANCE AND VOLTAGE -' DA APPREHENSION AND SEARCH VECTOR. SHOWS USE OF OHM'S LAW FOR AC TO OF PERSONS CENTERS. SOLVE FOR UNKNOWN CIRCUIT PARAMETERS. USES 16K NOTION PICTURE 018 MIN, DA CONCERN AND ANXIETIES OF AN OSCILLOSCOPE TO OEMOPSTRATE PHASE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, ks OSTOMATES RELATIONSHIPS AND RELATIVE AMPLITUDES. S168 NOTION PICTURE 023 VIA, 1975 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE..." HOW TO CONLDUCT A LAWFUL APPREHENSION AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, hs SEARCH IS THE SUBJECT OF THIS FILM. FIRST, F SERIES RL CIRCUITS THE CORRECT WAY TO APPREHEND A SUSPECT IS A YOUN GIRL, AN ELDERLY WOMAN, A TAILOR, A 16MN NOTION PICTURE DiR KIN, 1972 DRAMATIZED. THEN BY REPEATING THE SAME PASTOR, A MOTHER AND HOUSEWIFE--OSTOMATES CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS SCENE AND INTERJECTING UNSAFE PRACTICES IN ALL-- DISCUSS THEIR EMOTIONS, ATTITUDES, THE SAME APPREHENSION, THE SUSPECT REACTS AND ANXIETIES ABOUT THEIR OPERATION. REVIEIS THE ALGEBRAIC VECTOR AND VIOLENTLY. EMPHASIS IS ALSO PLACED ON LEGAL TRIGONOMETRIC PROCEDURES OF COMPUTING TOTAL RAMIFICATIONS OF APPREHENSION AND SEARCH DA VETERINARY SERVICES OF IMPEDANCE, TOTAL CURRENT, PHASE ANGLE. AND - FMI/U2-17 C-3 o _ -

160 C.4 Oh POVER FACTOR WHEN THE COMPONENT VALUES, THE CLEARED FOR PUBLIC I V OM THE HILL' COULD BE THE APPLIED VOLTAGE, AND FREQUENCY ARE GIVEN. EIMITIlO/SALE REPRESENTATIVE OF ANY MEIBER OF THE ARMED USES AN OSCILLOSCOPE TO DEMONSTRATE THE FORCES. THEREFORE, THE FILM URGES EVERYONE PRACTICAL VALUES AND PHASE RELATIONSHIP OF DISCUSSES AMPLIFIER CLASSIFICATION WITH I1 UNIFORM TO BECOME FAMILIAR WITH BOTH El, EL, AND EA IN A PRACTICAL SERIES RL EMPHASIS ON FREQUENCY RESPONSE, CLASS OF ISSUES AND CANDIDATES IN THE CONING CIRCUIT. OPERATION, AND CURREHT OR VOLTAGE ELECTIONS ARD THEN TO VOTE IN THE BEST RIEMAINS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AMPLIFICATION. USES CHARACTERISTIC CURVES INTEEST OF 00 COUNTRY. TO SHOW EACH CLASS OF OPERATION, AND POINTS OF PARALLEL NC CIRCUITS OUT FACTORS THAT DETERMINE THE CLASS OF YOUR CONGRESSMAN AT WORK - 6Im NOTION PICTURE 020 1M1, 1972 DISCUSSES OPERATION AND FREQUENCY RESPONSE IKm NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1956 CLEAADE FOR PIE. TV, IN, PS OF THE FOUR COUPLING NETWORKS AND DEFINES CL.ARW FOR PE, TV, th, PS, THE TERMS, FIDELITY, SELECTIVITY, AND HISTORICAL REVIEWS THE OPERATION OF PARALLEL RC EFFICIENCY. CIRCUIT AND SPECIFICALLY POINTS OUT HOW TO REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IECH, VID TAPE. PORTRAYS A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A TYPICAL, SOLVE FOR BRANCH CURRENTS AND TOTAL HARD-WORKING CONSCIENTIOUS MENBER OF IMPEDANCE BY USING OHM'S LAW. REVIEWS DF TRANSISTOR PUSH-PULL CONGRESS. EXPLAINS WHY SERVICEMEN SHOULD BE VECTOR REPRESENTATIONS AND SHOWS HOV AMPLIFIERS FULLY INFORMED CONCERNING CANDItDATES AND APPROXIMATE TOTAL CURRENT AND PHASE ANGLE 160 MOTION PICTURE 026 MIN, 1972 ISSUES INVOLVED AT ELECTION TINE. ARE FOUND BY MEASURING THE VECTORS. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UINCL OF MOTION PICTURE HISTORY OF INTRODUCES TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS USED TO SOLVE FOR TOTAL IMPEDANCE, TOTAL CURRENT EXPLAINS OPERATION OF THE PUSH-PULL THE KOREAN WAR, A PHASE ANGLE, AND POWER FACTOR. CONCLUDES AMPLIFIER AND SHOWS HOW BIAS AFFECTS THE 1, MOTION PICTURE 058 NIN, 1958 WITH A BRIEF REVIEW OF APPARENT AND TRUE CLASS OF OPERATION. SHOWS OUTPUT WAVESMAPES OidEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, POWER AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE POWER AND COMPARES CLASSES AS TO FIDELITY. HISTORICAL FACTOR. HARMONICS, AND EFFICIENCY. DISCUSSES REMAiNS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INH., VIDEO TAPE. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES, COMPARES TWO PRESENTS A DOCUMENTARY REVIEW OF THE KOREAN METHODS OF OBTAINING INPUTS TO A PUSH-PULL WAR SHOWING FIGHTING AND PROBLEMS OF PARALLEL RL CIRCUITS AMPLIFIER. EiCOUNTERED BY ANERICAN AND UNITED NATIONS 160 MOTION PICTURE 011 MiN, 1972 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TFACES EVEDR FROR INITIAL GUOFIBTE - 25 CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS OF DECISION AT WILLIAMSBURG JUTAE 1950 TO ARMISTICA L 27 JULY REVIEWS SEVERAL METHODS OF SOLVING PARALLEL 161 MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN ON NOTION PICTURE HISTORY OF RL CIRCUIT PROBLEMS IN A GIVEN CIRCUIT WITH CLEARED FOR PE, TV, AISTORICAL UKCL THE KOREAN WAR, A COMPONENT VALUE FREQUENCY AND APPLIED VOLTAGE KNOWN. POINTS OUT THAT BRANCH AMERICA'S FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE THROUGH 1il MOTION PICTURE 058 NIH, 1958 CURRENT AND TOTAL I ARE FOUND BY OHMI'S LAW. THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR UP TO THE SIGNING OF IFWED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, ' SIIORS HOW TOTAL CURRENT AND PHASE ANGLE ARE THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. HISTORICAL FOUND VECTORALLY AND TRIGONOMETRICALLY, ANDA POWER FACTOR IS DETERMINED A IN HONOR OF LIBERTY MAJOR PHASES OF THE BATTLE FROM THE initiald TRIGONOMETRICALLY AND IN TERMS OF TRUE AND I MOTION PICTURE 019 NIH, 1957 GUN FIRE OH 25 JUNE 1950 TO THE ARMISTICE APPARENT POWER. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, OW 21 JULY REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICAL OF SERIES RCL CIRCUITS TnS IS A DOCUMENTARY PRESENTATION OF. THE DA MOTION PICTURE HISTORY OF STATUE OF LIBERTY. DRAMATIZATION REVOLVES THE KOREAN WAR, A NOTION PICTURE 016 MIN 1972 ABOUT A CORPORAL IN THE U,.. ARMY WHO IK, ROTION PICTURE 058 WiN CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ' WRITES HIS FATHER OF HIS FIRST VIT TO THE C FOR PEARE PE, TV, th, PS, BEGINS BY CONSTRUCTING A PARALLEL RCL STATUE. AS HE REMINISCES, THE YOUNG SOLDIER HISTORICAL - CIRCUIT AND POINTING OUT THAT EACH DESCRIBES THE OVERWHELMING FEELING OF PRIDE - INDIVIDUAL BRANCH CURRENT IS INDEPENDENT OF HE EXPERIENCED AT THE SIGHT OF THE GREAT THIS IS A DOCUMENTARY ON THE KOREAN WAR OTHER BRANCH CURRENTS. COMPARES THE TIME-. LADY' WHO IS SYMBOLIC OF THE DEEPEST FAITH SHOWING THE FIGHTING AND PROBLEMS PHASE RELATIONSHIP OF BRANCH CURRENTS IN AMERICA, AND THE DEEPEST LONGING IN THE ENCOUNTERED BY AMERICAN AND UNITED NATIONS. THROUGH REACTIVE COMPONENTS. A PROBLEM IS WORLD.. LIBERTY. HE IS VERY PROUD TO WEAR FORCES DURING THE MAJOR PHASES OF THE GRAPHICALLY SOLVED FOR TOTAL CURRENT USING HIS UNIFORM AND DEFEND HIS FAITH.- THAT BATTLE, TRACING THE EVENTS FROM THE INITIAL VECTOR ANALYSIS AND THEN IS SOLVED BY THE MAN SHALL BE FREE. GUNFIRE ON 25 JUNE 1950 TO THE ARMISTICE ON SANE CURRENT USING PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM OF IN HONOR OF LIBERTY1953. DETERMINES PHASE ANGLE BY A PROTRACTOR AND 2MOT2000-ON OF B CODE, THE U.SL BY A TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTION. REVIEWS 16, NOTIONPiCTUREC9I, 1957 F IN G MS COE OS REA2TIVE, TRUE, AND POWER FACTOR FORMULAS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, IN, S FIGHTING TAN$ CODE OF CONCLUDES BY SHOWING A CURRENT VECTOR FIRST HISTORICAL CONDUCT, THE WITH A LEADING PHASE ANGLE AND THEN WITH A R160 OTION PICTURE 029 MIN 1959 LAGGING PHASE L~r.,GING AGLE. ANGL. HASE RECOUNTS THE GREAT THE STORY LADY OF #NO THE SYMBOLIZES STATUE OF LIBERTY IMAN'S CLEAD FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL -"- REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEEPEST LONGING - FREEDOM. ILLUSTRATES CONDITIONS INVOLVING SURRENDER, ACTION TO TAKE IF CAPTURED, CONDUCT AS A OF PARALLEL RCL CIRCUITS A MAN ON THE HILL, THE PRISONER OF WAR, RESISTING ENEMY 169 NOTION PICTURE 022 WIN, , MOTION PICTURF 020 MIN, 1956 INTERROGATION, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CLEA*ED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UNCIL AMERICAN FIGHTING MAN AND HIS DEDICATION TO - " - SHOWS FORMULA FOR DETERMINING THE RESONANT ':istorical THE PRINCIPLES WH HICH MADE AND KEPT HIS FRIEQUENCY OF A PARALLEL TANK CIRCUIT. THIS FILM PRESENTS A TYPICAL OAY IN THE REMARKS: DOD t AFIF 090. GRAPHICALLY COMPARES THE Z, LIVE CURRENT, LIFE OF A MEMBER OF CONGRESS, THE "MAN 01N AND TANK CURRENT BELOW, ABOVE, AND AT CAPITOL HILL. THE MAN PORTRAYED IN THIS 2000W-OF CODE, THE RESONANCE. BRIEFLY REVIEWS THE SERIES FILM COULD BE ANY HARD-WORKING, 160i OTION PICTURE, C29 NIH 1959 RESONANT CIRCUIT AND COMPARES IT TO THE CONSCIENTIOUS MEIBER OF CONGRESS. BESET BY EWjED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL UHCL PARALLEL RESONANT CIRCUIT. THE FACTOIS CONFLICTIING DEMANDS AND PRESSURES. HE AFFECTING Q ARE GIVEN, AND THEIR VALUES ARE MANAGES NEVERTHELESS TO KEEP HIS SENSE OF REVIEWS INCIDENTS OF COURAGE AND VALOR THAT CHANGED, NOTING THE EFFECTS ON BANDWIDTH DIRECTION. CARRYING A STAGGERING WORKLOAD, ILLUSTRATE EACH OF THE SIX ARTICLES OF THE AND BANDPASS. USES VECTORS TO SHOW THE HE STAYS BUSY AFTER MOST OF HIS CODE OF THE US FIGHTING NAN. JACK WEBB IS PHASE ANGLE AT, ABOVE, AND BELOW RESONANCE. CONSTITUENTS HAVE GONE TO BED. THE POINT IS NARRATOR. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. MADE THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IS AUTHORIZED, MAINTAINED, AND REGULATED BY OF KOREAN ARMISTICE OF TRANSISTOR/AUPLIFIER CONGRESS. IT FOLLOWS THEN, THAT WHAT 1M0 MOTION PICTURE 027 WIN, 1961 PRINCIPLES.. CONGRESS DOES HAS A DIRECT BEARING ON THE CLEAAED FOR PE, HISTORICAL CLASSIFICATION AND COUPLING EFFICIENCY OF THE ARMED FORCES AND ON THE 16K, NOTION PICTURE, 026 NIN, 1972 VELL-BEING OF ALL SERVICE PERSONEL. *THE SHOWS HOW PHOVISIONS OF THE KOREAN I FI7902- It "FMY-NH2, C-4 NI """ " ' ".% '..-."

161 NO C.4 ARMISTICE AGREEMENT ARE BEING CARRIEu OUT FLAG FROM 1607 WHEN THE ENGLISH FLAG THE DONOVAN TO THE FACT THAT HIS DEMOCRATIC AND THAT IS REQUIRED OF THE UNITED STATES CROSS OF ST. GEORGE FLEW OVER JAMESTOWN, RESPONSIBILITIES ARE A PLEASURE. JACK #EBB TO MAINTAIN THEM. DEFINES ORGANIZATIONAL UNTIL 1960 WHEN THE NET 50-STAR FLAG BECAME INTRODUCES THE FILM AND PROVIDES THOUGHT- STRUCTURE AND EXPLAINS RESPONSIBILITIES OF A REALITY. PROVOKING CONMENTS OF VITAL SIGNIFICANCE TO THE UNITED NATIONS COllAND MILITARY AMERICANS. ARMISTICE COMMISSION AND ITS COMPONENTS. IN 200].DF WILLIAMSBURG. THE CONCLUSION REAFFIRMS US SUPPORT TO THE STORY OF A PARTRIOT 2]0107.0D THIRD CHALLENGE, THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA. 160 NOTION PICTURE 035 1IN, 1960 UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE CLEAkEd FOR PE, HISTORICAL UNOL 16 NOTION PICTURE 045 Kim, A KOREAN ARMISTICE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 160 NOTION PICTURE 027 WIN, 1961 THIS COLORFUL STORY OF A VIRGINIA PATRIOT HISTORICAL CLEAWED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL PORTRAYS THE PEOPLE, ISSUES OND EVENTS OF THE TJRBULENT YEARS , A CRITICAL COMMUNIST TECHNIQUE OF UNCONVENTIONAL -.- THIS FILM DESCRIBES THE WORKINGS OF THE AND IMPORTANT PERIOD IN AMERICAN HISTORY. WARFARE AND THE UNITED STATES CAPA81LITIES KOREAN ARMISTICE AGREEMEI AND WHAf IT OF COMBATING IT. REQUIRES OF THE UNITED STATES TO MAINTAIN DF KOREA -- BATTLEGROUND IT. IN INTRODUCTION, THE BACKGROUND OF OF LIMERTY REMARKS: DOD # AFIF 123. EVEATS LEADING TO THE KOREAN WAR, THE 16, NOTION PICTURE 04 WIN, OF THIRD CHALLENGE, THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR AND THE CEASE-FIRE ARE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, To, PS, UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE REVIEWED. THE ORGANIZATION AND HISTORICAL 16K MOTION PICTURE 045 KIN, 1963 RESPONSIBILITIES Of THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND MILITARY COMMISSION ARE DETAILED, THIS IS LIFE IN KOREA FOLLOWING THREE YEARS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS, DEFINING THE ROLE OF EACH CONPOMENT: OF WARFARE AND UNPRECEDENTED DESTRUCTION. HISTORICAL COnM'.NOER.IN.CHIEF UN COMMAND (CINCUMC); UN FILM GIVES A PORTRAYAL OF THE KOREANS: HOW IN MEETING THE THREAT OF COMMUNIST NUCLEAR COMMAND MILITARY ADVISORY COMMISSION THEY LIVE, WHATHEY BELIEVE, AND THE GOALS AND LARGE-SCALE CONVENTIONAL WAR WITH UNCIAC); THE SECRETARIAT; JOINT OBSERVER FOR ýhich THEY STRIVE. DESCRIBES THE POWERFUL DETERRENT STRENGTH, THE FREE WORLD ýear (JOT); AND NEUTRAL NATIONS SUPERVISORY INPORTANCE OF THE US IMILITAHY IN NOW FACES A THIRD CHALLENGE. LABELERD CTOMISSION MAINTAINING THE UNEASY PEACE IN KOREA. UNCONVENTIONAL NARFARE- AND USED BY DOA KOREA-BATTLEGROUND FOR COMMUNISTS WHENEVER APPROPRIATE, THIS ON KOREAN AR0ISTICn LIBERTY TECHNIOUES COMES IN FORMS SUCH AS 16U. MOTION PICTURE 027 BIN,196 MOTIN, 1961 LREVOLRUTIONS, INSURGENCY, WARS OF CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL 16SUBVERSION, ETC. THIS FILM CLEARLO FOR PE DEALS mith THAT THIRD CHALLENGE AND DEPICTS KOREAN ARMISTICE AGREEMENT AND WHAT IS A STUDY OF THE COUNTRY AND THE UNITED U.S. CAPABILITY TO FIGHT THIS TYPE OF WAR REQUIRED TO IAINTAIN IT. STATES SERYICEMIANS RELATIONS WITH THE IN THE FAR-FLUNG REACHES OF THE GLOBE. RE MARKS: 000 H AFIF 096. DEOPLE DA THIRD CHALLENGE ON CHALLENGE OF IDEAS, THE F KEEPING INFORMED UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE, THE 16, NOTION PICTURE 030 BIN K motion PICTURE 019 WIN M, MOTION PICTURE 045 WIN, 1963 CLEARED FOR PE. TV, ~IISTORICAL CNCL CLEARED HISTORICAL FOR PE, TV, th, PS, AN APPRAISAL OF THE CONTEST BETWEEN THE PICTURES METHODS USED TO KEEP SER/ICE DEMOCRATIC AND COMMUNIST WAY OF LIFE AND PERSONNEL INFORMED FRPMl THE WRITINGS OF TOg THIS FILH DEALS WITH UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE THE CHALLENGE IT PRESENTS IN PRESERVING OUR PAINE AND CONMENTS Of GENERAL WASHINGTON AND DEPICTS THE UNITED STATES CAPABILITY TO STANDARDS AND TRADITIONS. THE BASIC THROUGH THE CIVIL MAR AND TNO WORLD VARRS FIGHT THIS TYPE OF WAR IN THE FAR-FLUNG IDEOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TO THE PRESENT. SHOWS HOW EACH TECHNICAL REACHES OF THE GLOBE. AMERICAN MAY AND THE COMMUNIST STATE. ADVANCEMENT IN ýo6munications HAS ADDED REMARKS: DO( I AFIF 091. ANOTHER MEDIUM OF TROOP INFORMATION OF HERITAGE OF FREEDOM PORTRAYS USE AND DEJECT IVES OF SERVICE 16MM MOTION PICTURE 038 BIN, OF CHALLENGE OF NEW IDEAS, NEWSPAPERS, RAOIO, AND TELEVISION. SHUNS CLEARED FOR PE, TV. th, PS, UNCI THE HOW INFORMATION BENEFITS THE MORALE, HISTORICAL 16, NOTION PICTURE 031 WIN 19EI ATTITUDE, AND CONDUCT OF MILITARY PORTRAYS THE DETERMINATION ANO SELF- CLEARED FOR FE, 1P,', HISTORICAL PERSONNEL. E DIVIDALS AND EVENT SACRIFICE OF INDIVIDUALS AND A TRAGIC EVENT DEPICTS THE IDEOLOGICAL STRUGGLE A KEEPING INFORMED THAT GAVE US BIT BY BIT THE RIGHTS AND CONFRONTING AMERICA AND THE FREE WORLD 16, NOTION PICTURE, 020 WIN 1962 FREEDOMS NE ENJOY TODAY. CITES AS EXAMPLES, TODAY, A STRUGGLE THAT IS BEING FOUGHT NOT CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL JO E PALMER AND HIS BEARD, A CHINESE.N THE BATTLEFIELD BUT THROUGH THE WOROS OF LAUNDRYMAN AND HIS STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE DIPLOIATS, GESTURES OF FRIENDSHIP, ETC. ORIGIN. DEVELOFP ENT, AND USE OF AND THE TRAGIC TRIANGLE FIRE AND IMPROVED DESCRIBES THE EVERYDAY WAR OF IDEAS OF COMNUONICATIONS NEDIA FOR KEEPING OUR ARMED WORKING CONDITIONS. PICTURES JAMES OTIS COMNUNISI VERSUS DEMOCRACY. NARRATOR IS FORCES INFORMED ON THEIR ROLE IN ATTAINING FORSAKING FAME AND WEALTH TO EARN FOR US EDWARD RB WIRROW. THE NATION'S OBJECTIVES. THE FREEDOM OF OUR HOMES. 2000]-ON OLD GLORY DA FREEDOM AND YOU 20015DA HERITAGE OF FREEDOM 165 NOTION PICTURE, 028 WIN , NOTION PICTURE, 055 BIN MM NOTION PICTURE 03a WiN, 1963 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PFE, PS, HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN FLAG FRON 1607 TO AFFIRMATION OF AMERICAN PRECEPTS OF THE 50-STAR FLAG IN LIBERTY, STRESSING IDEA THAT THE PROTECTION FOUR PORTRAYALS DELINEATE THE BEGIMINNGS REMARKS: DO I AFIF 099. OF FREEDOM IS THE DUTY OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND BACKGROUND IN THE GROWTH OF LIBERTY AS CITIZEN. THIS FILM IS NARRATED BY JACK ENUNCIATED IN OUR CONSTITUTION. THE VARYING OF OLD GLORY WEBB. DEGREES OF LIBERTY ARE DEPICTED IN THE 160, NOTION PICTURE, 028 WIN 1960 CIRCUNS(ANCES SURROUNDING JOE PALMER'S CLEADEU FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL 200iS-OF FIEEDOM AND YOU HEARD, THE TRIALS OF YICK NO IN HIS SAN 16MM NOTION PICTURE 053 1IA, 1962 FRANCISCO HAND LAUNDRY, THE TRIANGLE FIRE PORTRAYS THE EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN FLAG CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL IN NEW YORK'S GARMENT DISTRICT, AND THE FROM 1607 WHEN TPE ENGLISH FLAG, THE CROSS REFUSAL OF JAMES OTIS TO ACCEPT THE OF ST. GEORG[, FLEW OVER JANESTOWN, TO 1960 TELLS THE STOTY OF THE DONOVANS, A TYPICAL LEGALITY OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE NITHOUT A WHEN THE NEW SB-STAR FLAG BECAME A REALITY. AMERICAN FAMILY, AND SOME OF THEIR WARRANT. REACTIONS TO DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS THAT 2000-DA OLD GLORY ARE PART OF OUR DEMOCRATIC NAY OF LIFE OF MACARTHUR STORY, THE 161 NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1960 THEIR COMPLACENCY TO TOWN MEETINGS, LTC. 6MM NOTION PICTURE. 020 WIN, 1964 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, T1, PS, REFLECTS THE OLD 'WHY ME- ATTITUDE, AND CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL HISTORICAL PARTICIPATION IN THE PTA, RESERVE MILITARY DUTY, LABOR UNIONS, AND A NIGHTMARISH TREAN HIGHLIGHTS LIFE 0 GENERAL DOUGLAS THE STORY OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN ABOUT LIFE UNDER COMMUNISM ANAKENS HR MACARTHUR. CITES HIS LEADERSHIP IN THREE FM/90Z- RH) C-o

162 *.C.4 i S OX AND RkVIEWS NIS PEACETIKE A1EICAN SERVICEMEN ARE HELPING TO BUILD A ATTEIPTS O1 THE FREEDOM OF THAILAND, AND ONTRIRUTIO, NATION AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL AND WINNING THE DISCUSSES MILITARY HELP THIS COUNTRY RES: ALSO DISTRIINBTED IN 3/4 INCin, VIDEO TAPE, limos AND HEARTS OF THE PEOPLE. POINTS OUT RECEIVES FROM THE SOUTHEAST ASIA TREATY THE NECESSITY OF DENYING THE ENEMY POPULAR ORGANIZATION (SEATO). ALSO SHOWS HOW 20022$OA MCARTNUR STORY. THE CIVILIAN SUPPORT. TKAILANO AND THE UNITED STATES ARE WORKING 10 MOTION PICTURE 02011l, 1 TOGETHER TOWARD THE CONNON GOAL OF GROITH ]Oii FOoR PITURE, 0 UNIX 24035A UNIQUE WAR, THE al HiBEOU In THAILAND. ""- " " 1AHTiD NOTION PICTURE 025 1IN, 1966 STORY OF GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR FROM HIS CLAd FOR PE, TV, OS, FRE E.DA THAILAND- WHERE MEN ARE BIRTH AT AN ARMY POST SU]LA TO IG HIS N AM O DEATH F M L, R AND A.11, HISTORICAL NOTION FREE PICTURE, 020 BIN, 1967.,.-,- BUI~AL AT THE NORFOLK, VIRGINIA MEMORIAL. MISSION OF THE ARMED FORCES IN SOUTH clentdforpe, TV, TH, PS, OF ONE FORCE VIETNAM - THE SEARCH FOR THE ENEMY ON THE HISTORICAL 1611 MOTION PICTURE 020 SIN, Isf6 BATTLEFIELD AND THE EFFORT TO $IN THE MINDS CLEAEI FOR PE, TV, th, PS URCL AMD FAVOR OF THE PEOPLE. A# ORIENTATION ON THE GEOGRAPHY, MODERN HISTORY, ECONOMY, MILITARY POSTURE, AHD HEROIC DEEDS FROM 1776 TO KOREAN CONFLICT 2003-ON ALLIANCE OF NEIGHBORS, AN TREATY AGREEMENTS OF THAILAND, WITH FOCUS PROVIDE EVIDENCE THAT AMERICANS, ALTHOUGH.. STORY OF THE UNITED 01 THE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THAILAND AND THE OF MANY RACIAL AND NATIONAL ORIGINS, BECOME STATES SOUTHERN COMiAND, THE US AID THE JOINT EFFORT TOWARD THE GOAL OF ONE MILITARY FORCE DEDICATED TO PEACE AND 1 MOTION I11 PICTURE, 020 BIN, 1967 GROWTH AND FREEDOM IN THAT COUNTRY. FREEDOM. CLDd FOR PE URCL FRIEEDOM. IN"14O.N PRESIDENCY, THE OA ONE FORCE A CLOSE-UP LOOK AT THE UNITED STATES 160 MOTIONPICTURE 02S1I1, MOTIOn PICTURE 021 II, 1965 MILITARY FORCES IN LATIN AMERICA - MEMBERS CtL.ME FOR FE, TV, TH, PS CfLEAD FO PFE, TV, TH, PS Pa OF THE UNITED STATES SOUTHERN COIMAND. REMARKS: 0 # AFIF 155. TRACES THE HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE 1HOWS HOW THE HEN AND WOVEN OF THE UNITED CONSTITUTIONAL POWERS AND DAY-TO-DAY DUTIES STATES MILITARY SERVICES OF DIFFERENT 20036O.A ALLIANCE OF NEIGHBORS OF TIE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE ETHNIC ORIGINS AND RELIGIONS ARE WELDED THE STORY OF THE U.S, AN. UIITED STATES. HOW PRESIDENTIAL DECISIONS INTO ONE FORCE DEDICATED TO THE DEFENSE OF SOUTHERN COiANO HAVE SHAPED THE CHARACTER OF OUR NATION AND THE NATION. 60lA FOTION PICTUREC , 1967 THI RELATIONSHIP OF THE EXECUTIVE TO THE CF. OTI FOR PE, HISTURICAL U0CL LEGISLATIVE AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF OUR DA FREE PEOPLE, A GOVERNMENT. 616i NOTION PICTURE 020 MIA 1965 MISSION AND ACTIVITIES OF THE U.S. MILITARY ROM: O # AFIF 163. CL.AUED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL FORCES IN LATIN AMERICA - ItO THEY HELP THE COUNTRIES IN THIS AREA TO THWARTHE THREAT DF PRESIDENCY, THE A CAVALCADE OF AMERICA SET TO SONG, FOx IHG OF COMMUNISM. 1EE MOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1967 A STIRRING SALUTE TO THE AMERICAN SPiRIT C D FOR PE, TV, TH, PS,. FROM THE PILGRIMS TO THE QUEST FOR OUTER OF CONGRESS, THE HISTORICAL SPACE. DEI Mo0.ON PICTURE 031 MIN, 1967 I *0 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, DEPICTS EVOLUTION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL 2002W-DA OUR HERITAGE HISTORICAL POWERS AND DAY-TO-DAY DUTIES OF THE OFFICE 16E MOTION PICTURE 030 FIN, 196l OF PRESIDENT. EXPLAINS HO PRESIDENTIAL CLEAED FOR PE. TV, N, PS OUTLINES MISSION AND ORGANIZATION OF POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES HAVE GROWN FAR CONGRESS OF UNITED STATES. DESCRIBES BEYONDREAMS OF FOUNDING FATHERS AND HAVE CONCEPTS OF FREEDOM PASSED ON BY THE FUNCTIONS OF ITS TWO HOUSES, THE SENATE AND BECOSE ALMOST TOO BURDENSOME FOR ONE FOUNDING FATHERS, AND THE MILITARY EFFORTS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. DISCUSSES PASSAGE PERSON. SHOWS HOW PRESIDENTIAL DECISICNS OF THE NATION TO KEEP THESE CCNCEPTS AND OF A BILL INTO LAW AND WORK OF HAVE SHAPED THE CHARACTER OF OUR NATION Ar_ THE UNITED STATES ALIVE. CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES. POINTS OUT HOW EVEN CREATED TURNING POINTS IN HISTORY. THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS SHARE DISCUSSES RELATIONSHIP OF THE EXECUTIVE, " ONI PERSONAL AFFAIR, A RESPONSIBILITY FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE. ALSO LEGISLATIVE. AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF 1IAN MOTION PICTURE, 025 NIH, 1965 TOURS THE CAPITOL. GOVERNMENT AND POINTS OUT THE SYSTEP OF OAAEO FOR PE ON CONGRESS, THE CIECKS AND BALANCES MAINTAINED ON E IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING PERSONAL RECORDS UP 1611, OTION PICTURE 031 NIH, 1967 PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE. TO DATE, AND ESTATE PLAJINING. CL.ARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS 2040-OA PRE-:"OENCY, THE REMARKS: OO # AFIF 146. DUTIES OF THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH OF OUR 11 NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, F THEIR CHOICE WAS FREEDOMI GOVERNMENT, AND VARIOUS CONGRESSIONAL EWM FOR PE, TV, PS 16N0 intion PICTURE 026 NIH, 1966 COMMITTEES IN ACTION. DESCRIBES THE HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE L. CLAF.D FOR PE, HISTORICAL REMARKS: DUO # AFIF I57. CONSTITUTIONAL POWERS AND DAY-TO.DAY DUTIES OF THE OFFICE OF THF PRESIDENCY; HOW TELLS STORY OF THE IILLIONS WHO FLED N THAILAND PRESIDENTIAL DECISIONS HAVE SHAPED THE COMMUNISM TO SEEK FREEDOM IN THE FREE 160 MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1967 CRARACTER OF THE NATION; AND THE C:'ECKS AND WORLD. HIGHLIGHTS TRUE STORIES OF THREE CLEARED FOR Pf, TV, TH, PS, BALANCES ON THE PRESIDENTIAL POWERS. SUCH DEFECTORS - A MEMBER OF THE CHINESE HISTORICAL EMBASSY IN STOCKHOLM, A RUSSIAN SEAMAN WHO OF UNITED STATES STRIKE JUMPS SHIP, AND A RUSSIAN SECURITY OFFICER THE MODERN HISTORY, MILITARY FORCES, TREATY CONMAND, THE IN VSI ENNA. AGREEMENTS, ECO4O0IC PROBLEMS AND, MOTION PICTURE 021 MIN, 1967 GEOGRAPHIC AREAS OF THAILAND. COMiUNIST j FOR pe, TV, TN, PS, UOCL DA THEIR CHOICE WAS FREEDOM ATTEMPTS TO OVERRUN THAI FREEDOM AND THE HISTORICAL 161N NOTION PICTURE 026 NIH, MILITARY ASSISTANCE GIVEN BY MEMBERS OF CLEARED FOR PE, TH, AISTORICAL SEATO. DEPICTS MISSION, ORGANIZATION AND WORLDWIDE REMARKS: DO * AFIF 162 AREAS OF RESPONSIRILITY OF US STRIKE MHIIE STORIES OF 3 COMMUNIST DIFECTORS WHO CORMAND (OSSTRICOM), A COMPOSITE OF ARMY CHOSE AMERICAN FREEDOM A!',2ER OF DF THAILAND.. WHERE MEN GROWO FORCES AND AIR FORCE TACTICAL UNITS. CHINESE EPP'SSY IN SWEDEN, A RUSSIAN ARE FREE SHOWS HOW USSTRICOS'S HIGHLY FLEXIBLE, FAST SEAMAN. Al RUSSIAN SECURITY OFFICER. 161 MOTION PICTURE 020 PIN, 1967 OPERATING METHODS SUPPORT NORMAL MIDDLE CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UPCL EAST OPERATIONS AND PROVIDE INSTANT.UNIQUE WAR, THE HISTORICAL RESPONSE TO WORLDWIDE TROUBLE SPOTS AND I6 NOTION PICTURE 025 1IN 1966 DISASTER AREAS. DEPICTS LARGE AND SMALL CL AAED FOR FE, TV, AISTORICAL TRACES MODERN HISTORY, MILITARY FORCES, SCALE MANEUVERS AND EXERCISES THAT KEEP TREATY AGREEMENTS, ECONOMIC PROBLEMS, AND USSTRIn.OM IN CONSTANT READINESS... MEVjEWS BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE WAR IN GEOGRAPHIC AREAS OF THAILAND, A COUNTRY OF VI TNAM WITH EMPHASIS ON THE SPECIAL TASK FREE PEOPLE AND AN ANTI-COMBUNIST BASTION ON UNITED STATES STRIKE OF THE FIGHTING MAN THERE. SHOWS HOW IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. DEPICTS COMiUNIST COMMAND P.::-:H'::-::'H C-6

163 4DD C.4 10 MOTION PICTURE 020 IN, 1%7 DEFENSE AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES. PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALL THE SERVICES, THIS FILE -. CLEAHED FOR PI, TV, TM, PS, N WiE, THE PEOPLE RECOUNTS THE VICTORY OF AMERICAN AND ALLIED HISTORICAL MSE lotion PICTURE, 028 MIl, 1967 FORCES IN THIS MOST IMPORTANT SINGLE BATTLE THE UNITED STATES STRIKE COMMAND CLEAED FOR PE, TV OF THE VIETNAM WAR. BEGINS BY HIGHLIGHTING USSTRICOI - OPERATES DIRECTLY UNDER THE THE MILITARY AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF KHE UNITED STATES JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF, AND IS THE ORGANIZATION, OPERATION, FUNCTIONS AND SAMH. SHOWS TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC AIR COMPRISED OF ALL COMBAT-READY ARMY GROUND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE LEGISLATIVE, POlER SUPPORTING GROUND FORCES. CITES FORCES AND ALL AIR FORCE TACTICAL AIR UNITS EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF OUR TEAMWORK BETWEEN AIR AND GROUND FORCES * 4 BASED IN THE UNITED STATES. A BASIC FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. WHICH SUCCESSFULLY REPELLED MASSIVE ENEMY ORIENITATIONI OF THE RGAMI.ATION ASSIGNED REMARKS: DOD #AFIF 168. ATTACKS. DEPICTS AIRLIFTING OF SUPPLIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, AND THE FLEXIBLE REDICAL EVACUATION OF CASUALTIES. FAST- REACTION METHOD OF OPERATING DA KNOW YOUR ENEMY - THE 0'5D YUTORNVEA REMARKRS: DOD H AFIF 164. VIET CONG DA YOUR TOUR IN VIETNAM 16M., NOTION PICTURE, 020 MIN MM NOTION PICTURE, 030 MIN DA UNITED STATES STRIKE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL UHCL CODMAND, THE 160 MOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, 1967 CAPTURED PROPAGANDA NEWSREEL COVERAGE OF ACQUAINTS ARIEO FORCES PERSOHNEL ASSIGNEDE CLEARED FOR PE, TV,,PS, UCL THE VIET CONG AND THEIR OPERATIONS IN SOUTH TO VIETMANI I i H THE NATURE OF THE COU NTRY 3 VIETNAM: COMBAT OPERATIONS, LOGISTICS AND AND ITS PEOPLE, AND THE KINODS OF MISSIOONS HISTORICAL DEMOLITIONS, AND PROPAGANDA AND NON- THEY MILL PERFORM I N AREAS OF COMBAT, llissionm, ORGANIZATION, AND CAPABILITY OF MILITARY ACTIVITIES. LOGISTICS, COMMUNICATIONS, MED IA CAL,,. USSTRICOM, WITH FOCUS 01 THE COMBAT N KNOW YOUR ENEMY IVOET0 READINESS OF ITS ARMY AND AIR FORCE CONG, THE - VIET COPONEN1TS. N61 MOTION PICTURE 022 NIH E 1 wriec PICTURE 030 RIM DA CO MUNISM CLEARE0 FOR P6, TV, IISTORICAL CLEAEP FCR PE, HISTORICAL 16K, FOTION PICTURE 030 MIN, 1967 CAPTURED NOTION PICTURES PRODUCED BY THE ACQUAINTS THE MILITARY ASSIGNED TO DUTY CLEARED FOR PE, UISTORICAL CENTRAL OFFICE OF SOUTH VIETNAIIM, THE STATION IN VIETNAM WITH THE NATURE OF THE. A REVIEW OF 50 YEARS OF COMMUNISM POINTS UP COMMUNIST ORGANIZATION AND COMMAND COUNTRY ANO ITS PEOPLE. DWELLS ON THE KINDS TNE AIMS, CONCEPTS, STRLNGTUS ANO HEADQUARTERS DIRECTING THE WAR EFFORT OF VISSIONS SERVICE PERSONNEL CAN BE WEAKESS OFIS IDEOLOGY. AGAINST THE REPUBL'C OF VIETNAM, THE FILMS EXPECTED TO PERFORM AND STRESSES THE TEAM.AIESSES OF THIS I.WERE CAPTURED DURING OPERATION - JUNCTION CONCEPT INVOLVING ALL SERVICES. COVERS ON COMMUNISM CITY - IN TAY NINH PROVINCE BY ELEMENTS OF BASIC AREAS OF COMBAT, LOGISTICS, 16MM NOTION PICTURE 030 NIN, 1967 THE AIRBORNE BRIGADE AND PROVIDE A COMIUNICATIONS, MEDICAL ACTIVITIES, AND CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL UHCL COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON VIET CONG ACTIVITY PACTFICATION. DEPICTS INDIVIDUAL ROLES OF IN SOUTH VIETNAM. TUE ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCC AND MARINES. PRESENTS A BASIC ORIENTATION AS TO THE REMARKS: DOD # AFIF 172. NARRATED BY JACK WEBB. ORIGINS, OBJECTIVES, STRENGTHS AND DA COUNTERINSUFIGENCY WEAKNESSES OF THE SYSTEM WE KNOW AS OF KNOW YOUR ENEMY THE 1"6M ON PICONTURE,03 IH, 9 COMMUNISM. VIET CONG 16NC NOTION PICTURE, 030 in, 1969 REMARKS: 000 AFIF H MOTION PICTURE, 022 MIN 1968 CLEARED FOR PE, TV CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL DEFINES THE MULTI -FACEiED EFFORT OF OF COMMUNISM COUNTERINSURGENCY TAKEN BY TROUBLED NATIONS 160 NOTION PICTURE 030 NIH, 1967 PRESENTS CAPTURED VIET CONG (VC) FILMLS TO COMBAT THE WORLD-I1DE PROBLEM OF CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL PRODUCED AS PROPAGANDA TO PROMOTE THE VC SUBVERSIVE INSURGENCY RHICH INCLUDES CAUSE, BUT IWHICH REVEAL HOW THE VC OPERATE, SOB ETI VE INSURO ENC Y WH ICH TRACES HISTORY OF COMMUNISM AND EXPLAINS FOOTAGE INCLUDES COMBAT BRIEFINGS AND POLIT ICAL ECONOMIC, PSYCHOLOGICAL, CIVIC, ITS OBJECTIVES, STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES. OPERATIONS, LOGISTIC FACILITIES, PRINTING M OUTLINES COMMUNISMS FIVE NAJOR ASSUMPTIONS ACTIVITIES, VIP VISITS AN{ RECREATION, OF COUNTER;NSURGENCY AND SHOWS HISTORY HAS DISPROVED THEM. NODES OF TRANSPORTATION, SABOTAGE 161M NOTION PICTURE, 029 VIH, 1969 STUDIES COMMUDIS CONRE ONRIE ADVANCES AND ACTIV ITI ES, AND HOSPITAL FUNCT IONS.S CLEAfED FOR PE, TV FAILURES IN MILITARY STRENGTH, INDUSTRY, EDUCATION, TECHNOLOGY AND AGRICULTURE DN SUPREME COURT, THE SPOTIGHTS SUBVERSIVE INSURGENCY AND ACTION COMPARES PRESENT PRACTICES TO IIARX'S 16NM NOTION PICTURE, 023 MIN, 13') TP1AT CAN BE TAKEN BY TROUBLED NATIONS TO -. ". - ORIGINAL THEORY AND EXPOSES CO{)MMUNISM'S CLEARED FOR PE, TV UN(,L deet PROBLEMI, DEFINES COUNTERINSURGENCY AND DEFINITION OF PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE. I ITS NANYyFACETED ELEMENTS. EXPLAINS HOW THE ROLE OF THE SUPREME COURT AS A BRANCH SUBVERSIVE ELEMENTS DEVELOP ANO SUONS OF WE, THE PEOPLE - THE RESPONSIBILITY OF NATION INVOLVED. STORY OF OUR FEDERAL SI1ILARITY BETWEEN CIVILIAN JUSTICE AND INTRODUCES MAIN OBJECTIVE OF GOVERNMENT MIILITARY JUSTICE, BOTH OFFERING THE SAME COUNTERINSURGENCY AND WHAT MAKES UP A -, i6n NOTION PICTURE, 02 MWIN 1967 BASIC GUARANTEES. BALANCED, EFFECTIVE EFFORT, -. -K CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL REMARKS: DOO # AFIF N COUNTERINSURGENCY - PORTRAYS ORGANIZATION, OPERATION AND DF SUPREME COURT, THE 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 030 RIB, 1969 RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE LEGISLATIVE, 16M1, MOTION PICTURE, 023 INI 1970 CLEARED FOR PE, TV -> EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF THE US CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL GOVERNMENT AS IT IS RUN BY AND FOR THE THE SIX ELEMENTS OF COUNTERINSURGENCY - PEOPLE. DESCRIBES FUNCTIYOA OF EXPLAINS ROLE OF THE SUPREME COURT AS A POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, PSYCHOLOGICAL, CIVIC, I m CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES AND THE BRANCH OF THE FEDERAL GXVERNMENT. PRESENTS MILITARY AND PAR]. MILITARY USED BY ' RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SELECTED CASEF AND DECISIONS OF THE COURT. GOVERNMENTS TO DEFEAT SUBVERSIVE IN- AND OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. ALSO BRINGS INTO FOCUS FREEDOM OF RELIGION, SURGENCY. EXPLAINS THE SYSTEM OF CHECKS AND BALANCES RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED TO BE REPRESENTED AT REMARKS: DOD # AFIF I82 WHICH REPRESENTS THE HEART OF THE TRIAL, OVERRULING OF A PRESIDENT, AND CONSTITUTION. DECLARING AN ACT OF CONGRESS 200S8-OA DAY IN AMERICA, A 20 P E16ME, 4 -A W H E UNCONSTITUTIONAL. EXPLORES RIGHT OF A 1MMTOPCR,0NI'9 NOTION PICTURE, 029 MINl, A We THE PEOPLE SPEEDY TRIAL IN THE MILITARY, THE RIGHT TO CLEARED FOR PE, TV 16iM motion PICTURE, 021 MIN, 1967 FACE AN ACCUSER, AND THE FACT THAT NO CLEARED FOR PE, TV MILITARY PERSONNEL MAY BE FORCED TO THIS IS THE STORY OF ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF IN CRIMINATE HIMSELF OR HERSELF. AMERICA, UNDERSCORING TUE TUEME THAT IT IS PORTRAYS THE ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS, AND THE PEOPLE WEHO HAVE SHAPED ATH GIVEN I OPERATION OF TUE LEGISLATIVE. EXECUTIVE OF BATTLE OF KHE SANH, THE CUARACTER TO TWH COUNTRY."SP A"GV" AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF THE FEDERAL 16MM MOTION PICTURE 030 MIN, 1969 GOVERNMENTT. SPECIAL ATTENTIONI IS GIVEN TO CLEARED FOR PE, IV, th, PS, UINCL ON CHANGING FACE OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORICAL COMMUN ISM. THE - EASTERN FM7N2, 11W C ",-,"'-...

164 EROPE INTERESTS, FINDING SUITABLE HOUSING AND PSYCHLOGICAL AID ECONONIC AREAS WITH GOOD I0 NOTION PICTUE 025 BID, 1g POSSIBLE EMPLOYREIT. FREQUENT MOVING, AID WILL Ant SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLE AS A PRIMARY Old F OIN E, TV, AISTORICAL CL PARTICIPATION 1II ILITARY ACTIVITIES AND OBJECTIVE. DEPICTS ALERT PRACTICES IN VOLUNTEER SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. STRATEGICALLY CONSTRUCTED HAMLETS WHERE rre RELATIONSHIP BETWEEI TOE SOVIET UNION CIVILIANS ALSO 00 THEIR PART IN RESISTING ANO TIE SATELLITE STATES OF ALBANIA, DA TO HELP PEACE SURVIVE TNEVI1TIG*. BILGARIA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, EAST GERNANY, l, NOTION PICTURE, 027 ain, 1974 HUNGARY. POLAND, RUNANIA AID YUGOSLAVIA CL.F R PE R, Z20E3-DA WAR AND ADVICE SINCE TiE END OF WORLD WAR II. HOW THE iotion PICTURE 020 AIN, 1964 NEW LOOK - 13 IN REALITY, - THE OLD LINE DEPICTS HISTORIC BATTLE SCENES OF US AND UN CL.AIEDFOR PE, TV, TH, PS TAILORED TO THE WANTS ANO NEEDS OF NOTHER FORCES IN ACTION AGAINST NORTH KOREAN AND RUSSIA. CHINESE TROOPS, REVEALING THE HIGH COST SHOWS THE ROLE OF SPECIAL U.S. FORCES KUM: DOD # AF IF 152. PAID TO PRESERVE FREEDOM IN THE REPUBLIC OF ENGAGED AS OBSERVERS AND IN MILITARY RERARKS: DOD H AFIF 192. KOREA AND U.S. RESOLVE TO HELP PEACE TRAINING DUTIES WITH THE VIETNAMESE TROOPS. ZOO.OOA CNIAKING face OF SURVIVE OF EAST GERMAN MILITARY COTNHIS EASTER EURPE DA TOE SCHULER COBBLER FORCES SNOTION PIC' 025 IN STATESMAN 160 IDTION PICTURE, 009 BIN, ll 107I11 PICTU, M 1969 ldotion PICTURE 029 BIN, 1958 HCLEi FOR PE UHCL TAFORFE,.,HISTOEICAL EAAE FOR PE, HISTRICAL U DCL RTMITAYSEGHOTERPUL DOCUMENTS THE NELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TIE DOCUMENTS ILITARY STRENGTH OF THE REPUBLIC SOVIET UNION AND THE SATELLITE COUNTRIES THIS ANIMATED FILM TELLS THE STORY OF TOM OF EAST GERMANY. SHOWS HOW TACTICS AND SIC TH1N O OLDWRI, POINTING OUT SCHULER, AN ORDINARY COBBLER OF THE STRATEGIES ARE PATTERNED AFTER THE USSR. SCE TEENOF WORLD I ERALIZATION, REVOLUTIONARY ERA, WHO PLAYED A SMALL BUT CITES EAST GERMAN FORCES AS BEST EQUIPPED -. - IN COEMUIST ATTITUDES ANR EHAVIOR. CIVIC, VITAL ROLE IN THE HISTORY OF OUR NATION. AS OF TIE SOVIET SATELLITES, YET COMPLETELY.,,.... IN OMUNSTATITDE AN BHAIO. IVCA PRIVATE CITIZEN, TOO SCHULER TOOK AN AVID DEPENDENT ON THE 0OTHER COUNTRY FOR -'- MILLTARY, AND PARAMILITARY ACTIONS INTEREST IN THE IIANY PROBLEMS THAT FACED EQUIPENT AND PARTS DF CHANGING FACE OF THE COLONIES AFTER REVOLUTIONARY WAR, ROM: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CODMUNISM, THE -- EASTERN PARTICULARLY ON THE ISSUE OF FEDERAL AND EUROPE STATES RIGHT.. HE WAS ELECTED AS A OELiGATE DF WONDERS OF WEIGHTLESSNESS. 160 MOTION PICTURE 023 INi, 1969 TO THE STATE CONVEN ION FOR THE 16B -4TION PICTURE 007 KIN, 1964 FOR F0. H STOi RICAL RATIFICATION OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION CLEhOb FOR PE, HISTORICAL OF THE UNITED STATES. AT THE CONVENTION, PRESENTS SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL TOM MADE NOTABLE CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE DEPICTS ZERO GRAVITY STUDIES THAT REVEAL ADVANCEMENT OF EASTERN EUROPE Fi'M VORLD FORMULATION OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS, AND IN PROBLEMS THE FUTURE SPACE IAN MAY EXPECT IN WAR II TO 1961 DESPITE RIGID RUSSIAN THE ENUNCIATION OF THE RIGHTS AND MAINTWXEOPERATIOHS. CONTROL AND HARSH ECONOMIC BURDENS. RESPONSIBILITIES INHERENT TO LOCAL STATE DESCRIBES CHANGES OF POLITICAL SYSTENS; GOVERNMENTS WITHIN THE STRUCTURE OF A DF PRELUDE TO TAPS USSR-POLAND-(;ZECH ALLIANCE; ERECTION OF THE CENTRAL FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. THE THEME IS 16K MOTION PICTURE 011 NIN, 1964 BERLIN WALL; TITO'S DEFIANCE OF STALIN; DEVELOPED JUST AS TON SCHULER ODI IN HIS CLEAOW FOR P, HISTORICAL STALIN'S OETH AND END OF AN ERA; WARSAW TINE, THERE IS HO LIMIT AS TO WHAT WE AS PACT; HUNGARIAN REVOLT; ADVENT OF PRIVATE CITIZENS CAN DO TO IMPROVE THE PRESENTS DISPLAY OF MILITARY PAGEANTRY IN -.'- KHRUSHCHEV'S PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE; AND AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE BY TAXING AN INTEREST COMMEMORATION OF TWO CENTURIES OF AMERICAN CULTURAL AND SKILLS EXCHANGE. AID ACCEPTING OUR RESPONSIBILITIES IN HEROES WHO DIED FIGHTING FOR THEIR COUNTRY. SOLVING THE MANY PROBLEMS FACING OUR OF EAGLE HAS LANDED, THE - COUNTRY OF CISe (PENTATHLON) THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO MOTION PICTURE 015 VIN, MOTION PICTURE 02 11N, N NAVY UNIFORM CLEAEB9 FOR PE, HIST6RICAL - ','-,-,, '- CLWED FOR PI, TV, th, PS, 160 MOTION PICTURE 019 MIN 1958 HISTORICAL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAl SHOWS ATHLETES OF $ANY NATIONS COMPETING IN RIDING, RUNNING, FENCING. SHOOTING AND SNARE IN THE HISTORIC HIGHLIGHTS OF THE US THE STORY OF THE UNITED STATES navy UNIFORM SWIMING- LANDING ON THE MOON. EXPERIENCE THE BREATH- THROUGH AMERICAN HISTORY, FROM THE AMERICAN TAKING SURGE OF SPACE FLIGHT AS APOLLO 11 REVOLUTION ERA TO TO=AY. 28US-OF BERLIN DUTY AND ITS CREW MAKE AN AMERnICAN DREAM A REMARKS: DO0# AFIF NOTIONPICTURE 0121WIN, 1964 REALITY. SEE THE ACTUAL LUNAR LANDING ON CLEAJW FOR FE, H ISTRICAJ. -. TRANQUILITY BASE AND WATCH THE ASTRONAUTS 2011W-OF MEN WITH WINGS STEP OUT ON THIS MYSTERIOUS SOIL. THRILL TO 160 MOTION PICTURE 014 NIN, 1963 PICTURES LIFE, PARTICULARLY LIFE OF -'. - -., - THE STAKING OF THE AMERICAN FLAG AND MAN'S CLFAiEd FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ANERICAN OCCUPATION FORCES, IN BEST BEPLIN. "',-'. ""- ; FIRST MESSAGE FROM THE NOON. HISTORICAL DA BERLIN DUTY ON EAGLE HAS LANDED, THE FEATURES COURAGE AID ACHIEVEMENTS OF PILGTS 160 MOTION PICTURE, 012 NIB, NOTION PICTURE 0221iN, 1969 WHOSE EFFORTS OVER THE LAST HALF CENTURY CLEAOW FOR FE, TV CLWE FOR K, TV, 1tI, PS, HAVE GIVEN AVIATION A RICH HERITAGE. HISTORICAL DEPICTS RISE OF AIRPOWER BROUGHT ABOUT BY 01O AMERICAN TROOPS TRAIN AND CARRY OUT ' - "'' HEROiSM OF FIGHTER PILOTS AND BOMBER CREWS DUTIES TO PROTECT THE SECURITY OF WEST "'"--"'""" THE APOLLO 11 AND ITS CREW OF ASTRONAUTS ON THAT MARKED THE BEGINNING OF THE JET AGE. BERLIR. NANS FIRST TRIP TO THE LUNAR SURFACE, AND THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPHY TAKEN ON THE MOON DA MEN WITH WINGS OF NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR REMARKS: DON H AFIF MOTION PICTURE 014 NIN, MOTION PICTURE 005 NIN, 1964 p 2000E-DA MILl-WORLD. THE.UED FOR PE, TV, TI, PS CL FOR PE. HiSTORICAL 16K MOTION PICTURE 029 lin, 1973 A REPORT ON THE 50 YEARS OF MILITARY PRESENTS BRIEF LOOK AT THE MANY FACETS OF CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, OS UiiCL AVIATION FROM THE FIRST FLIGHTS OF THE THE 1354 WORLD'S FAIR. WRIGHT BROTHERS TO THE MODERN SUPERSONIC TRBUE O.REIDN "0.8OF ILLUSTRATES THE WAYS THAT NEW NIL TARY JETS OF TODAY'S ARMAMENTS. 20 HE-OF TRIBUTE TO PRESRAENT WIVES ARE AIDED IN ADJUSTING TO THEIV NEI HERBERT CLANK HOOVER, A WAY OF LIFE; DISCUSSES BOTH THE PROBLEMS OF WAR AND ADVICE AND REWARDS OF LIFE IN THE SERVICE. 16i MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, MOTION PICTURE, 011 NI, 1964 CLEARED OR PE, TV, tn, PS, 0101L CLA FOR PE, ISTORICAL UCL 200O5-OF 1IL-.WORL, THE HISTORiCAL HIGHLIGHTS PRESIDENT HOOVER'S ABILITY AS AN 160 NOTION PICTURE, 030 IN1, 1973 CLFAED FOR Pf UWL DEPICTS ROLE OF SPECIAL US FORCES WHO SERVE ORGANIZER AND HIS HUlANITARIAN WORK AS A AS OBSERVERS AND INSTRUCTORS FOR VIETNAMESE FOOD ADWINISTRATOR IN WORLD WARS I AND II, ACQUAINTS NEW OR FUTURE MILITARY WIVES WITH TROOPS. SHOWS HOW AMERICAN AID AND CITES HIS CONTRIRUTION TO GOVERNMENT SERVICE LIFE. DISCUSSES NEW COMMON INFLUENCE REACH INTO MILITARY, POLITICAL, REORGANIZATION AS SECRETARY OF COMMERCE AND 52,.. c '. -- o a.

165 DuD C-4 AS AN ELDER STATESMAN AND ADVISOR TO HISTORICAL GREEN GIANT HELICOPTER RESCUE MISSION IS PRESIDENTS. SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE ROBERT C. VIEWED FROM THE PILOT'S EJECTION THROUGH THE PICKUP. THE SEGMENT SHOBS TOP. COVER BY OF SERVICE FOOTBALL 1964 SEAMANS, JR., DISCUSSES OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE SANDIES AND WORK OF THE FAMED I60 MOTION PICTURE 022 VII, 1964 SERVICE TO NATION AND LOCAL COMMUNITY BY PARARESCUEMEN. REMINDERS ON GOOD SECURITY CLEAOkD FOR PE, HISTNCIIL MIEmBERS OF THE FORCE BETWEEN ID AND 20. PRACTICES ARE SEEN AS BRIDGES BETWEEN GEN. BRUCE K. HOLLOWAY, SAC COMMANDER IN STORIES OF THIS ISSUE. HIGHLIGHTS OF AIR FORCE VERSUS WASHINGTON, CHIEF, CONGRATULATES PARTICIPANTS IN ANNUAL REMARKS ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. NOTRE DAME AND UCLA, NAVY VERSUS PENN STATE SAC MISSILE COMPETITION. COL. JEANNE HOL$, AND NOTRE DAME, ARMY VERSUS BOSTON COLLEGE RAT DIRECTOR, COIMENTS ON VAF FASHION SHOW DF AIR FORCE NOW 007 AgO TEXAS, AND A MY-NAVY GAAE. ENTRIES FEATURING CHIC, FEMININE UNIFORMS. I Ml MOTION PICTURE 015 MIN, TH AIR FORCE PICKS i969's TOP IAlRIRAN CL6OW ED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 1970 UC DA MONTAGNARD 161 MOTION PICTJRE, 010 NI, 1965 ENTERTAINERS EXPLAI MS HER AS AN REASONS IN IVIDUAL ENTRY HISTORICAL FOk SEEKING THE CL.EAAED FOR PE SPOTLIGHT. AFTER AN A-37 PILOT'S LAST THE ONLY GLASS BLOWFR IN THF AIR FORCE IS A MISSION HE IS HOSED DOWN BY HIS BUDDIES IN RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT WORKING FOR A LABORATORY ROLE OF THE MOUNTAIN TRN ESIAM IN THE THE TRADITIONAL DUNKING AFFORDED A PILOT AT WRIGHT-PA T. crson AF8, OH. EXAMPLES OF STRUGGLE FOR VIETNAM IS SHJIMN. EFFORTS OF WHO EARNED HIS RIGHT TO GO HOME. PAINTINGS HIS WORK A,,U HOW THEY RELATE TO THE AIR AMERICAN ADVISORS TO ENLIST THEM AS FROM THE AIR FORCE ART COLLECTION PROVIDE A FORCE MISSION ARE ILLUSTRATED. LT GEN B. 0. FIGHTERS IN THIS CAUSE IT.. DEPICTED. COLORFUL AND HISTORICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN EACH DAVIS, EGLIN AFB, RETIRING AFTER 27 YEARS m OF THE ABOVE SEQUENCES. OF SERVICE, TALKS ABOUT HIS CAREER AND OF MONTAGNARO REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DISCUSSES ROLE OF YOUNG SERVICEMEN IN THE 161 motion PICTURE 010 WIN, 1965 AIR FORCE OF TODAY AND TOMORRO9. A YOUNG COW FOR PE, HISTORICAL OF AIR FORCE NOW 003 AIR FORCE COUPLE IN THE LAS VEGAS COMMUNITY 161 NOTION PICTURE 014 MIN, 1970 PERFORM THEIR DUTIES AT NELLIS AFB. THE PICTURES LIFE IN VIETNAM'S RUGGED CLEAkED FOR PE, HISTORICAL HUSBAND IS AN F-Il MECHANIC AND HIS NIFE, MOUNTAINOUS COUNTRY. UNDERSCORES STRATEGIC AN ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST. A SERGENT AT importance OF THE LAND AND ITS PEOPLE TO AN AIRMAN GCA AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER TALKS MACDILL AFB, WITH WHAT IS BELIEVED TO BE VICTORY OVER COMMUNISM. DEPICTS ROLE OF ABOUT HIS JOB, HIS OFF-DUTY ACTIVITIES AND THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF AIR FORCE PA CHES ADVISORS WHO TRAIN THE NATIVES TO DEFEND THE PROFESSIONAL CHALLENGE HE FACES IN AND EMBLEMS IN EXISTENCE, EXPLAING THE THEMSELVES AGAINST THE VIET CONG. MOViNG AHEAD SECURITY POLICE HOLD THEIR ORIGIN AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE PATCH. A VNAF THIRD ANNUAL WORLDWIDE MARKSMANSHIP PILOT TRAININO SCHOOL GRADUATION AND DA LINE IS DRAWN, THE CNPETITION AS USAFE'S TEAM TAKES FIRST FOOTAGE OF VIETNAMESE AIR OPERATIONS 16, NOTION PICTURE, 020 SIN, 1965 PLACE AND AOC'S B/SOT JUNIOR C. AVERY TAKES EXEMPLIFY THE PROGRESS OF THE VIETNAMESE CLEkED FOR PE, TV IýNIVIDUAL HONORS. SANTA CLAUS SUBSTITUTES AIR FORCE AND ITS ABILITY TO TAKE OVER AN AN AIR FORCE CARIBOU FOR HIS TRADITIONAL INCREASING COMBAT ROLE. THE PENTAGON LETTERS WRITTEN BY THE LATE CAPTAIN JAMES TEAM OF REINDEER TO MAKE A CHRISTMAS VISIT DISPLAYS ARTIST RENDITIONS OF THE AIR FORCE P. SPRUILL, AMERICAN ADVISOR IN VIETNAM, TO VIETNAMESE AND THAI CHILDREN. AIR FORCE NEDA' OF HONOR RECIPIENTS. PROJECTS THE SPIRIT OF THE STRUGGLE IN THIS FAR-OFF LAND, CAPT BICKI KING ADDS A GOLD MEDAL TO HER REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIOEO TAPE. COLLECTION OF DIVING TROPHIES AS SHE TAKES REMARKS: (THIS FILM MILL NOT BE USED IN VIETNAM), FIRST PRIZE IN THE 1969 NATIONAL AAU DIVING 2G131.OF AIR FORCE NOW OP9 BEET CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT OF THE AIR IBN NOTION PICTURE 016 BIN, OF SERVICE ACADEMIES FORCE DONALD L. HARLOM REPRESENTS THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th., PS, 160 MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1965 AIRMAN'S DIRECT LINE OF COMMUNICATION TO HISTORICL CLEAED FOR PE, TV,, PS, THE CHIEF Li STAFF. FOLLOWING ONSLAUGHT OF HISTORICAL HURRICANE CAMILLE, AIRMEN VOLUNTEERS MAN COL. VE. JN L. BERGE, REFIRED, THE SOLE THEIR STATIONS AROUND THE CLOCK TO PROVIDE SURVIVING MEMBER OF THE ORIGINAL UNITED PICTURES THE FOUR YEAR ACADEMIC AND EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR GULF COAST RESCUE STATES AIR SERVICE, RECALLS THE FIRST MILITARY PROGRAMS AT NEST POINT, ANNAPOLIS, AND CLEANUP OPERATIONS. MILITARY FLIGHT BADE IN TEXAS. THE DINNER COAST,UARO. AND AIR FORCE ACADEMIES. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TATE. 3ELLES ARE HAF VOLUNTEERS FROM SCOTT AFB. PORTRAYS THE CADETS' SUMMER TOUR, SPORTS IN ADDITION TO THEIR NORMAL AIR FORCE PROGRAMS, ETC OF AIR FORCE NOW 005 DUTIES, THEY MEET AEROUEDICAL EVACUATION DA SERVICE ACADEMIES I MOTION PICTURE 014 1M1 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, ' 1970 AIRCRAFT AND ESCORT ROUNDED PATI ENTS TO THE CASUALTY STAGING HARD. THEY SERVE THE 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 0IM, 1965 HISTORICAL PATIENTS CANDLELIGHT DINNER AND PROVIDE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UMCL THEN IITH A REAL HONE TOUCH FOR THF FIRST THE USAF DRILL TEAM PERFORMS AT BULLING TINE SINCE RET;RNING FROM VIETNAM. CAPT AN APPRAISAL OF THE GOALS, ADMIISSION AFB, D.C. AN NCO AT WILLIAMS AFB, ARIZONA, DONALD H. BIN,'FR, DENVER RECRUITING PROCEDURES, AND CIRRICULUI OF THE FOUR TEACHES PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAINING AND TIES DETACHMENT COMIAIDER, COfhbNTS ON THE LIFE SERVICE ACADEMIES, AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO PARASAILING AT THE AIR TRAINING COMMAND OF A RECRUITING OrFICER AND THE CHALLEN( E THE STRENGTH OF OUR ARMED FORCES. PILOT TRAINING SITE. IN THAILAND, A WHII B- OF HIS JOB AS HE IS SEEN WORHING IN THtE )F AERO"ED MERCY WINGS OF 24 THE BOMBARDIER RIVER KWAI' RHO RETURNS BOMBED TO ''THE VISIT BRIDGE THE SITE. ON OFFICE FATHER AMD TAKES RELAXING HIS SON,'ITH HIS FANILY A ON A TOUR THROUGH THE FROM NELLIS AFB, NEVADA, AN F-105 FIGHTER AIR FORCE MUSEUM. THE BOY IS IN ARE TF THE 16, MOTION PICTURE 010 MIN, 1966 PILOT IS AN INSTRUCTOR FOR THE TACTICAL AIR AIRCRAFT AND ARTIFACTS OF AVIATION HISTORY CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL COMMAND. A PRESENTATION ON DANGERS OF ON DISPLAY. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SGT SluKING, IN SUPPORT OF SAFETY, IS USED AS A BRUCE OBEAR DISCUSSES PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED EXPLAINS MISSION AND ORGANIZATION OF THE BRIDGE BETWEEN EACH OF THE ABOVE SEQUENCES. WITH AIR TRAFFIC FLYING FROM FRANKFURT 1405TH AEROMEDICAL TRANSPORT WING, SCOTT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THROUGH TUE BERLIN CORRIDOR INTO NESTD AFB, ILLINOIS, AND ITS FOUR EVACUATION BERLIN. HE ALSO COMMENTS ON THE HISTORY AVO SQUADRONS. PORTRAYS PROFESSIONAL SKILL DF AIR FORCE NOW 006 TENSIONS OF THIS GREAT CITY. 6 REQUIRED IN LOADING PATIENTS AND IN CARING 16 MOTION PICTURE 011 BIN 1970 RENARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FOR THEM ON THE AIRCRAFT. CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, 0A DA ALASKAN HERITAGE HISTORICAL DF AIR FORCE NOW 010 1MB, MOTION PICTURE Ol BIm, MOTIOA PICTURE, 020 MIN, 1967 AIR FORCE COMBAT CONTROLLERS LIVE UP TO CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, UHCL CLEAAEO FOR PE, TV UMCL THEIR MOTTO OF ''E CAN DO ANYTHING'' AS HISTORICAL THEY TRAIN FOR COMBAT DUTIES. AN ON ANB OF, HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ALASKA WITH THE JOB LOOK AT DUTY LIFE OF SOME OF THE A ORMER STUDENT OF THE AIRMAN EDUCATION.'-'- FOCUS ON ROLE OF U.S. ARMED FORCES, MORE THAN 60 WAF WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR AND COMMISSIONING PkOGRAM (AECP) DESCRIBES ' " PRESENT-DAY STATUS AND STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE AS SHE CELEBRATES HER CENTENNIAL. ASSIGNMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. TRAINING COURSES AT SHEPPARD DISASTER AECP AND ITS BENEFITS, CHANUTE TECHNICAL AFB ARE I TRAINING CLNTER ANNUALLY PROVIDE. THE AIR DF AIR FORCE NOW 002 HIGHLIGHTED IN THIS TONGUE.IN-CHEEK TREATMENT OF A SERIOUS SUBJECT. SEQUENCES FORCE WITH NORE THAN 28,000 MEN HIGHLY AND WOVEN TRAINED IN SUCH DIVERSE SUBJECrS AS 160 WITIOO PICTURE 014 WIN, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, 1969 RANGE FROM THE EARLY DAYS OF FLIGHT TO THE IASTROGUIDANCF, FIIEFIGHTIIG, AIRCRAFT JET AND MISSILE AGE. PROFILE 0F A JOLLY MECHANICS, HEATHER AND MISSILERY. CAMERA C-9 -F

166 S C-4 0 VIUIDES TNE VIEWER TN309GH THE INTRICATE PILOTS OF MANY TYPES OF AIRCRAFT 0 NANY HOUSIN ILLUSTRATES A:R FORCE EFFORTS TO IACNHIERY OF GUNTER AFI'S EXTENSION COURSE TYPES OF MISSIONS IN NEED OF GUIDANCE AND IMPROVE FAMILY HOUSING. AN AIR FORCE DOCTOR NSTITUTE, ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST CONTROL ON WEATHER CONDITIONS, TANKER FLIES TO REMOTE SITES THROUGHOUT THE ;CHOOL ENROLLMENTS WITH NO STUDENTS IN POSITIONS, RESCUE OPERATIONS AND EMERGENCY NORTMWEST TO INSURE THAT ISOLATED AIRMEN IESIDENCE. TEAR PLAY ON THE FIELD IS LA;NGS. BENEFIT FROM A PREVENTIVE MEDICINE PROGRAM.,OUTRASTED WITH SHARING OF IDEAS AMONG REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAP(. SURVIVAL TRAINING AT CLARK AS, PHILIPPINES, 1FFICERS IN THE CLASSROOMS AT MAXIELL AFB'S PREPARES AIR FORCE PERSONNEL FOR SOUTHEAST ;3UADRON OFFICERS SCHOOL. MILITARY AIRLIFT OF AI FORCE NO 015 ASIA DUTY. JUNIOR OFFICERS COUNCIL MEMBERS ;O AfND'S NCO ACADEMY AT NORTON AFB TRAINS 1!& NOTION PICTURE 017 WIN, 1971 ACT AS SUBSTITUTE PARENTS FOR CHILDREN S 'HE NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS TO DEAL WITH CLFmUED FOR PE, TV. TH, PS, J WHOSE FATHERS ARE PRISONERS OF WAR OR "NOSLEWS OF LE.AERSHIP. HISTORICAL MISSING IN ACTION. THE CAST FROM HOGAN'S IEMARS(: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HEROES HUMOROUSLY ILLUSTRATE VARIOUS AIR ATHENS, GREECE - AT ONE OF EIGHT AIR FORCE FORCE IENEFITS. ON A SERIOUS NOTE BOB CRANE OF AIM FORCE NOW 011 SOLAR OBSERVATORY SITES LOCATED AROUND THE COMMENTS ON THE PLIGHT OF AMERICAN NOTION PICTURE 013 1I WORLD, A MASTER SERGEANT DESCRIBES HIS PRISONERS OF WAR AND THOSE MISSING IN,LEAAE FOR PE, TV, N., ' DUTIES AS A SOLAR OBSERVER AND RELATES HIS ACTION Ii SOUTHEAST ASIA. ISTORICAL INPRESS;ONS OF ATHENS. VIETNAM - A C-7 REMARIS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CARIBOU DELIVERS 'BULLETS, BEANS, AND MAIL' kil FORCE CNSGT DON HARLOW DISCUSSES AR TO A SMALL ISOLATED SPECIAL FORCES AND ARMY DF AIR FORCE NOW 020, 1NPORTANT REASON FOR HIS JOB W VORKING FIRE BASE. WASHINGTON, OC - A FORMER 16K MOTION *ICTURE 017 WIN, 1971 'OWARD EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN AIR PRISONER OF WAR IN NORTH VIETNAM, COL CL FORP, TV, TH., PS, :ORCE GENERATIONS. USAF ACADEMY CADETS WORK OVERLY, DISCUSSES HIS PREDOMINANT THOUGHTS HISTORICAL JUT AT SPRING PRACTICE WHILE HEAD COACH BEN DURING CAPTIVITY, NORTH VIETNAM'S FAILURE IARTIN TALKS ABOUT THE UPCOMING FOOTBALL TO ADHERE TO THE GENEVA CONVENTION, AND THE BE WATER SAFE IS THE REMINDER FOR THE MONTH 'EASON AND THE AIR FORCE PROGRAM. THE JULY REAS.S FOR HIS RELEASE. KELLY AFB, TX. THE OF MAYWHEN MANY POOLS ARE OPENED. MILITARY ISSUE OF AIRMAN FEATURES STORY ABOUT AIC COMMANDER OF THE AIR FORCE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE TO SAFETY AND TRAFFIC (MAST) IS IAMES L. HABEGGER AND HIS WORK WITH IMPROVEMENT LABORATORY CITES THE CONTINUED A DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAM BEING INDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN. GROWTH SINCE 1940 AS EVIDENCE OF TE AIR TESTED AT FIVE U.S. LOCATIONS. AT PHU CAT IENARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FORCE INVOLVEMENT INA ENVIRONMENTAL AP, VIETNAM, A VETERINARIAN, A CAPTAIN, IMPROVEMENT. DEMOISTRATES HOW TO HANDLE POISONOUS SNAKES OF AIR FORCE NOW 112 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THAT ABOUND IN THIS AREA. THE FIRST ALL RAF [611 IMOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, 1970 CLASS GRADUATES FROM THE MCO LEADERSHIP ',LEAARE FOR PZ, HISTORICAL UICL 2015B-OF AIR FORCE NOV 016 SCHOOL AT '.UKE AFB, ARIZONA. AN ADC F.102 '. " " 16M NOTION PICTURE 017 NIA, 1971 PILOT 11LATES HIS INTERCEPT OF RUSSIA BEAR "RAINEES LEARN ABOUT USE OF EQUIPMENT IN CLEAED FOR PE, TV, PS, UACL DOWNERS NEAR ICELAND. PAKISTAN TIDAL WAVE 'HE ALTITUDE CHAMBER, UNDERGOlING HYPOXIA HISTORICAL AMAGE AND AIR FORCE AID TO THE DISASTER IND RAPID DECOMPRESSION. BRIG. GEN. ARE ARE FILlJED. IENJANIN N. BELLIS, SYSTEM PROGRAM DIRECTOR TYNDALL AFB, FLORIDA. AEROSPACE DEFENSE REMARIS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. lir THE F.15, DISCUSSES THE FIRST US AIR COMMAND FIGHTER-INTERCEPTORS FLYING F.I- 1, ;UPERIORITY FIGHTER SINCE THE F.86. A F-1D2, AND F-106 AIRCRAFT COMPETE FOP THE OF AIR FORCE NOW ;IMULATED RECOVERY OF AN APOLLO CAPSULE TOP HONORS IN THE FIRST WILLIAM TELL 16H, OTIONPICTURE 014NIHi, 1971 LLUSTRATES THE THOROUGH TRAINING PROVIDED COMPETITION HELD IN FIVE YEARS. FAIRCHILD CLEAEd FOR PE, TV, PS, UNCIL 'OR TýlIS VITAL PROGRAM. THE AIR FORCE AFI, WASHINGTON, AND DON iuang AS, THAILAND HISTORICAL )RIENTATIOn GROUP'S DISPLAY IN A SHOPPING. BLACKS AND WHITES, OFFICERS AND AIRMEN, IALL IN FLORIDA BRINGS TREE AIR FORCE SEEK BETTER INTERRACIAL UNDERSTANDING HUMAN COALS IN THE AIR FORCE IS THE THEME. IISSION TO THE PUBLIC. FOOTAGE OF H. ROSS THROUGH CANDID DISCUSSIONS AS THEY *TELL IT A YOUNG AIR FORCE RECRUITER COMMENTS ON THE 'ER^.'S PRISONE9 OF WAR DISPLAY IN THE US LIKE IT IS.' MISAWA AB, JAPAN. CAPT JIM I MPORTANCE OF P-CRUITING WHEN ZERO DRAFT ;APITOL ILLUSTRATES THE PLIGHT OF US FITZ, AN F-4E BACK-SEAT PILOT, AND COL CONDITIONS EXIST. THE APOLI.O 15 ASTRONAUTS ]- " ;APTIVEAIRMEN. ERNEST CRAIGRELL, JR, DETACHMENT I DISCUSS THEIR GOALS. A SURFING SECURITY lemarks: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. COMMANDER, EXPLAIN THE MISSION OF THE 475TH POLICEIAN'S SEARCH FOR BETTE, NAVES TACTICAL WING AND ITS ROTATIONAL DETACHMENT EXEMPLIFIES HIS ATTITUDE TOWARD HIS JOB AND OF AIR FORCE NOW 013 AT KUNSAN AS, KOREA. NALISTROW AFB, MONTANA GOALS. L60 NOTION PICTURE 023 MIN, CHAPLAIN (CAPT) DAVID ROOP VISITS AIRMI EN REMAIRNS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ;L[AED FOR PE, TV, I'll PS, AT REMOTE ARC RADAR S ITES INA MONTANA. IISTORICAL RERARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE OF AIR FORCE HOW , MOTION PICTURE 014 MIN, 1971 ;EQUENCES DEAL WITH AF ACTIVITIES IN COLD 2015N.DF AIR FORCE NOV 017ý CLEAOFN PE, 'V, TH, PS UACL leather. ELIENDOORF AFB, ALASKA, PROVIDES 16M NOTION PICTURE 018 MIN, 1971 'IREFIGHTINMG TRAINING. SNOW REMOVAL AT K. I. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, k PS, 1NMCL AINCREW AND FLIGHT LINE PERSONNEL AT UPPER iawyer AF., MICHIGAN, ILLUSTRATES EFFORT HISTORICAL HEYFOID AR EXPRESS THEIR FEELINGS ABOUT THE --.' -?EQUIRED TO KEEP RUNWAYS OPERATIONAL. A FLIGNT AND MAINTENAIMCE CHARACTERISTICS OF IISSILE COMMANDER COMMENTS ON HIS JOB AS HE HOLDING A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION, YOUNG THE F-111'S WHICH RECENTLY ARRIVED H. - :LICS BY HELICOPTER TO A SAC MISSILE SITE OFFICERS AND AIRMEN PRESENT WHA THEY FEEL ENGLAND. A YOUNG SERGEANT, SEPARATING FROM IND TRAMPS THROUGH SNOW TO HIS DUTY STATION ARE THREATS TO OUR NATION. IDEAS RANGE FROM THE AIR FORCE, RECEIVES GUIDANCE AND IN THE SILO. GRAND FORKS AFB, NORTH DAKGTA, CONCERN FOR THREATS FROM RED CHINA AND ASSISTANCE FROM A PROJECT TRANSITION OFFICE IS THE SCENE FOR THE STORY OF THE GLOBAL RUS.^IA TO COMPLACENCY WITHIN AMERICA'S IN FIBDING A CIVILIAN JOB TRAINING PROGRAM " ".. " IISSION OF THE SKIERS ARE INTERVIEWED SOCIETY. A MONTAGE OF AVIATION H!STORY AND SUITED TO HIS NEEDS. OVERCOMING LANGUAGE -.- ' kt THE 197J AIR FORCE SKI MEET AT HILL AFB, THE EVOLUTION OF AIRCRAFT FROM WOR.D WAR I AND CWLTJRAL BARRIERS, FUTURE 'vietnamese JTAH. PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO A CIJLMINATES IN THE WEAPONS OF VARIOUS AIR FORCE PILOTS TAKE THEIR UNDERGRADUATE,DMMUNICATIONS SITE IN NORTHERN ITALf ASPECTS Of TODAY'S AIR FORCE: WEAPONS PILOT TRAINING IN THE UNITED STATES. YOUNG 0 ;NCOUNTER DIFFICULTY IN TRAVELING TO WORK. NECESSARY FOR NATIONAL SURVIVAL; THE U-I, BOYS NAVE THE CHAP.CE TO GROW AND LEARN IN A the FUNCTION OF THE CLIMATOLOGY HANGAR AT FR-111, B-52, AND C-5A AIRCRAFT; BAPE BASE HEALTWFUL SETTING DURING A SUMMER DOMESTIC :GLIi AFB, FLORIDA, I3 TO TEST AIRCRAFT FOR CONCEPT FOR TACTICAL AIRPOMER; AND THE ACTION PROGRAM AT THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY. )EVERE WEATHER. ASPIRATIONS OF AIR FORCE MILITARY REA ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. leurks: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PERSONNEL. ASTRONAUT COL. EDWIN E. "BUZZ" I REMARKS ALDRIN COMMENTS ON THE OPPORTUNITIES IN THE OF AIR FORCE HOW OF AIm FORCE NOW 014 AIR FORCE TODAY AND PROBLEMS OF DEALING 16MM MOTION PICTURE 014 WIN, 1971 ibllk NOTION PICTURE 015 WIN, 1971 WITH EXPANDING TECHNOLOGY. CLECO FOIR PE. TV, TH, PS FOR PC, TV, TH, fltrclicciiord REWARDS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AFB, WASHINIGTON, PROVIDES THE.g... 2 l)0o-of AIR FORCE NOW 019 SETTING FOR FIGPTER INTERCEPTOR TRAINING EFINES OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY 161h NOTION PICTURE, 017 NIB, 1971 CARRIED OUT JOINTLY BY A SQUADRON OF NAVY F.4J'S AND AN AIR FORCE F.106 SQUADRON; THE RT.AFB, IiD WARNING THAILAMPE. CONTROLLERS PORTRAYS (AC&I) AIRCRAFT AS THEY CONTR AID OL A TV FAST TALK SALES PITCH ON MODULAR OF PILOTS DEVELOPING BECOME TOTALLY INTERSERVICE INVOLVED TEAMWORK IN THEIR JOB IN "1110" 2- N

167 wde "040.2.c.4 * OPERATIONS, FFRO PREFLIGHT PLANIING To CLAREDFO P1, T, TN, P, IICL FIGHTER PILOTS FROM NOT' SIDES HOLD A UAAI ISTORICJL T 111, -REUNION. ACTORS IN REVOLUTIONARY AID CIVIL SIMU9LATED INTERCEPTS AND FORMATION FLYING.iISOA. WAR DRESS ENACT HISTORICAL WRITINEGS ON TNE RETIREMENT OF THE LAST C-131 TO TUE All ITOOICLOTSAND I ARY STANDART N "*.:- FORCE MUSEUM AT WRIGHT.PATTERSON AF1, OHIO, MONCOMNISSIDNEa OFFICERS OF TUE All NILITAlY STANDARDS TRO PILOTS AN A..lARRS TE END OF AN ERA, SMNLIZIG TUE TRAINING COMNAND ROIII COOGRESSIAN F ELECT;4RICS NARFARE tecunician TRAIN REPLACEMENT OF PROPELLYR.-DIVEN AIRCRAFT BY EDWARD HEIERT IN INDUCTING AIR INTO '-THE TOGETHER FOR THE 19' 2 OLYIPIC TRIALS. )ETS FON TP[ TASKS OF STRATEGIC AIRLIFT OIDER OF THE SNORD.' LEGAL OFFICERS AT ROMARD AFI, CANAL ZONE, AIOS PERU ALSO FRIGNT.PATTERSON AFt, CAPT. BILL RICHANRDS-GESAUR AFI, MISSOURI, AND AT THREE DEVASTATED BY FLOODS ANO AN EARTHQOUAE in COLE DISCUSSES MIS IOU AS A SYSTEIS SAFETY OTHER BASES CONDUCT PILOT PRO2RAN TO MARCH 1972!ANNY DAVIS, JR_. RECALLS A ENGINEER IN THE D-I PROGRAR ANY EXPRESSES T FURNISH LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO RILITARY GREAT AUDIENCE DURING A'S VISIT TO VIETNIAM 0 IS FEELINGS AiOUT THE ROLE THE REV SOORER PERSONNEL WHO CANNOT AFFORD A CIVILIAA CONCLUDES OITH A ýuote FROM PRESIDENT NIXON MIIIGhT PL4Y IN THE YEARS AHEAD FOLL1WING ATTORNEY. THE A-I AIRCRAFT DEMONSTRATES THE ON PEfAE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO VIETNAM. RTNOtOUCTORY REMARKS NY BRIG GEN JEANNE UALITIES #HICK ENABLE IT TO PROVIDE REMARKS ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIOEO TAPE. N ROll, LT SUSAN ORKINS, RECENTLY GRADUATED EFFECTIVE COVER DURING SEARCH AND RESCUE COMMANOER OF THE AIR FORCE NOTC AT OHIO misso S OF AIR FORCE NOW 036 STATE UNIVERSITY, GIVES HER VIEWS ON THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTEO IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAP. 161 NOTION PICT'jRE 08 IIN, 1972 FUTURE OF IONEi IN THE AIR FORCE Of All FORCE NOW 031 CLLAED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS UNC ES: "LSO DISTRIBUTED 1 3/4 N. VIDEO TAPE. 161 NTION PICTURE C20 1i1, 1972 T':IS IS A PORTRAYAL OF A QuARTER CENTURY OF OF AIR FORCE NOV 026 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, N. PS AIRPOSER ACHIEVEMENT FROM INTERVIEWS WITH 16K MOTION PI CTUR[ 025 Ilk, 1571 AIR FORCE LEADERS LT. GEN 1ILLIAM U. FRiAl, FOR IETVR. tv, PS ma THREE SEQUENCeS FOCUS ON THE 1NEVE OF TANNER, MMANER CF THE NElLIN AIRLIFT ''INVOLVEMENT WITH PEOPLE, ' TAKINMG A LOOK TASK FORCE, RECALLS THAT FIRST THIS SPECIAL ISSUE CONCENTRATES ON DRUG AT PROJECT GET!4VOLVED. A DOMESTIC ACTION INTERNATIONAL TEST OF THE NEWLY FORMED AIR ABUSE ADO REHASILITATIOW IN THE AIR FORCE PROGRAM IN COLORADO SPRINGS. COLORADO; A FORCE. GEN. CURTIS E. LEMAY REMINISCES BY TRACING EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF A SERGEANT GROUP Of SENIOR NONCOMIISSIONED OFFICERS IABOUT AIS DAYS AS COMMANOER OF STRATEGIC 1AO RETURNS FROg VI ETNAM IHERE HE MAD FIRST DISCUSSING IMPROVEMENTS IN THE AIR FORCE; AIR COMMAND. GEN. BERNARD A. SHRIEVER, BECOME ADDICTED TO HEROIN AND THEN HAD AND THE FESTIVAL OF BLACK CULTURE AT THE FORMER COIMANDER OF AIR FORCE SYSTEMS KICKED TIE MABI. ON HIS OIN. RACK MANE MIS AIR FORCE ACADEMY. NARRATORS TALK ABOUT CONNANT, REVIEWS TVE AIR FORCE BALLISTIC INARILITY TO COPE WITH FAMILY AND PERSONAL EACH SEQUENCE AND PRESENT NEIS BRIEFS. MISSILE AND SPACE PROGRAM. OTHERS IN THE PRESSURES LEADS TO RELAPSE, AN OVERDOSE, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FILM ARE SENATOR 1. STUART SYMINGTON, FIRST EMERGENCY TREATMENT AT A LOCAL BASE I SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE; GEN. CARL MOSPITAL, AND EVENTUAL REHABILITATION AT OF AIR FORCE NO 032 SPAATZ, FIRST CHIEF OF STAFF; GEN. NATHAN THE SPECIAL TREATMENT CENTER, LACKLANO AFB, 160M. 0TI PICTrRE 020 tin 1972 TWINING. THE ONLY AIR FORCE CVAIRVAN OF THE TEXAS COIMENTS BY C'NiER STAFF PERSONNEL CLEARED FORP1. T, PS 'MCL JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF; AND BRIG. GE FRANK * AND THE SERGEANT'S REFLECTIONS ON HIS OWN 1 WREST ONE OF THE FIRST AEN TO UREAK TUE EXPERIENCE HELP TUF VIEWER TO UNDERSTAND DEALS WITT TVE THEME, ''AIR FORCE PEOPLE I RSOUND BARRIER. BRIG. GEN. LUC US THEUS THE PROBLEM OF DRUG ABUSE AND WHAT THE AIR WORLDWIDE.,' PRESENTIhG SEGMENTS ON THE RECALLS AIS ENLISTED DAYS IR TUE AIR CORPS FORCE IS DC!NM ABO T IT. ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE OF H941T * REARS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AS A LINK WIlTH HOlE FOR NEN STATIONED IN REMOTE STES OR OVERSEAS; A IED ICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 M1CI, VIDEO TAPE. " OF AIR FORCE NV 027 EVACUATION NISSION in VIETNAM: THE OF AIR FORCE NOV MOTION PICTURE 015 il!, 1971 ROYAL FLUSH INTERNATIORAL RECONNA I SSANCE ANCL.CLEA ED FOR PC. TV, t o, PS U. COMPETITION AT RA MSTEIN At. GERMANY, THE LO ION Pic ri. 018 Il, 1972 MULE TRAIN RESUPPLY ROUTE IN SCUTH VOREA; CLEA ED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS UNL THE CAREFREE PLAY OF CHILOREN PROVIDES AN THE USAF SOUTHERN COMMAND SANO PERFO0ING FOCUSES ON THE NEED FOR TEAM EFFORT TG IRONIC CONTRAST TO THE REMINDER THAT IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL; PARTICIPATION OF SOLVE PEOPLE PROBLEMS AND TO ACCOMPLISH "-PRISONERS OF WAR NEVER HAVE A NICE DAY.'' AIR FORCE PERSONNEL IN THE INTERNATIONAL MISSION. PICTURES THE CAREER MOTIVATION CAPT. CHRIS BIXLER WITH HIS 0-2 AIRCRAFT MILITARY BOXING TOURNANENT AT ROTTERDAM IN CONFERENCE AT MADWELL AFS. ALABAMA, AND THE AND A HANDFUL OF MEN ENJOYS MIS WORK THE NETHEALANDS; AND F.102'S INTERCEPTING A FIRST BROTHERHOTO ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY FURNISHING FORWARD AIR CONTROL FOR A TOUGH RUSSIAN ''BEAR'' BOMBER OVER THE NORTH AIRMEN CONFERENCE AT TUSCON, ARIZONA. KOREAN ARMY UNIT FIGHTING IN VIETRAN, ATLANTIC. DEMONSTRATES COOPERATIVE EFFORT REQUIRED TO THIRTY YEARS LATER AN AERIAL CAMERA 2 NAINTAIN AND TO OPERATE A MISSILE SITE, TO RETRACES THE ROUTE JAPANESE BOMBERS OF AIR FORCE NOW 034 PU LASER GUIDED BOMB, AUD TO ACHIEVE FOLLOWED IN THEIR ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR, IA?I COTION RE DEVELOP. A "* SHOWING AN ISLAND REBUILT BUT ALSO EVORING I CLEA FORPE, TV, N UICL REMARKCS ALSODISTRIBUTED IN 3/A inc, VIDEO TAPE. "VISUALLY THE SCARS AND MEMORIALS OF THE M HISTORY-MAKING ATTALA. AT CHING CHUAN RANG SHOWS MOW THE AIR FORCE STRIVES TO CONSERVE AR ON TAIWAN TSG ROBERT SIEFHUA ADDS A NEW RESOURCES, PRESENTING SEGMENTS ON THE 134TH OF AIR FOkCE NOW 038 "D IMENSIR TO HIS AIR FORCE CAREER BY REFUELING GROUP OF THE TENNESSEE AIR l1o, VOTION PICTURE 010 MIN, 1972 WORKING I IT CHILDREN IN A SCHOOL FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD; USE OF INFRARED CLE.AAED FOR PE, V, TH UNCt BLIND WHICH THE 50TH TACTICAL AIRLIFT RECONNAISSANCE PHOTOGRAPHY TO DETECT CROP SQUADRON ADOPTED THREE YEARS AGO. AM F-4 DISEASES; A MOBILE VAN AND DISPLAY USED TO OPENS WITH A LOOK AT THE COMPLEX AND CREW CHIEF AT DAVIS.IONTHAM AFB, ARIZONA, INFORM SMALL BUSINESSMEN OF THE,OORDINATED EFFORT REQUIRED TO LAUNCH THE DISCUSSES HIS SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR AVAILABILITY TO THEM OF AIR FORCE F.4 PHANTOM, ENOING WITH A MIG KILL IN AN AIRCRAFT AND TWO LIVES AS HE CARRIES OUT PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS; POLLUTION CONTROL VIETNAM. PICTURES THE AIRCREM TRAINING At N IS UNGLAIOROUS RUT CRUCIAL DUTIES, PROGRAM AT ROBINS AFB, GEORGIA; AND THE GILA BEND GUNNERY RANGE, LUOE AFS, ARIZONA. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRISUTED IN 3/4 incm, VIDEO TAPE. MILITARY AIRCRAFT STORAGE AND DISPOSITION TOURS THE ACTIVITIES AT THE RADAR SITE, CENTER AT DAVIS-IONTHAN AFB. ARIZONA. VOFN AIR STATION, ICELAND, AND AT THE 667TH F AIR FORCE NOW 021 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE, AIRCRAFT CONTROL AND RATIOG SQUADRON 16M NOTION PICE 0 10, 1VIEWS SAC'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO READINESS BOTH C16E. FOTON PICTURE, 013 IN I STATESIDE DETERRENCE AID I N OBILI ZATION0 ""CLEAED FOR P1 T,/ To, PS ' OU OF AIR FORCE 0 N, 035 OF IRCRAFT AND CREWS DURING THE VIETNANESE..... I, II,~~~16 ImOTIOM PICTURE. O 01 I [ N 1972 OFFENSIVE I TO T E R P LI OFV T A M AIRCNEWS I SOUTHEAST ASIA TELL THE ciiaeed FOR PE, TV, N, PS O1972. INTO THE REPUL IC OF VIETNA$ IN "- "TACTICAL AIRLIFT STORY. PILOTS, NAvIGATORS FLIGHT ENGINEERS. AND LOADMASTERS DESCRIBE STRESSES NEED FOR CLEAR STANDARDS FOR REMARKS: ALSO IISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1'"I, VIDEO TAPE. ' TNE R EXPERIENCES IN MOVING OEM AND SUCCESSFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE AIR FORCE MATERIAL TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF WAR. THESE MISSION. POINTS OUT THAT EVERYONE IS OF AIR FORCE NOW 040 VERBAL ACCOUNTS ALTERNATE WITH SCENES OF GOVERNED BY STANDARDS IN ALL ASPECTS OF 16i MOTION PICTURE 023 MIN, 1972 THE C.130 IN ACTION. SUPPLY!IG KHE SANK LlFE SEQUENCES ARE: AC.130 GUNSHIP CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UMC UNDER FIRt. LANDING IN A SWIRL OF DUST ON 4AIRCiES AIDED BY SPECIAL OBSERVATION AN ISOLATE- DIRT R ICES, LOCATE. TRACK AND HIT ENEMY VIEWS CHAPEL ACTIVITIES AT SEVERAL AIC R RIP,A FORCE USES. POINTS OUT TUE CUAPLA INS' "AND SUPPLIES. AND EVACUATING THE WOUNDED. VEHICLES. LT. GEN. GEORGE J. EADE, DEPUT FFOR.ST I GAINING OUNERSTANDING OF BAN'S ra IEF OF STAFF, PLANS AMO OPERATIONS HO '.'! OF AIR FORCE NOW U.,v USAF ADDRESSES THE PRESS ON EFFECTIVENESS NEEDS. 16K, MOTION PICTJR. 014 Ill, 1972 OF AIR POWER IN NORTH VIETNAM. WORLD WAR II REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FUD7'9 US C-11

168 ka 5W4.2-C-4 SCKUFFERT. AIR FORCE CARTOOIIST. COIOKET clere FOR PE. TV. TV, PS, Ulm # All FOMC OIGANI VIII1. EGLIA AF1, FL. UISAF SK1IIMEET. NISTORICAL IRE TIU PICTUE 016 kll, 1973 SOW BASIN, UT. NOT All WALLONING AT AIR c. I[, PE, TV, nis C FRCE ACADEMY. CONTRACi MAIITENAiCE 51 F- ARCTIC SURVIVAL TRAINING, EIELSON AFB, 4S, TAIWAN. ALASKA. WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING, NOnESTEAO RECREATES THE RESCUE OF ONE NAN. CAPT ROWEA: AL3O DISTRIBNTED IN 3/4 IWCW, Vign TAPE. AFI, FLORIDA. LIGHTNING CONTROL EXPERIMENTS GERALD LAWRENCE AS TYPICAL OF OTNER OR RESEARCH VESSEL THUNDERBOLT. HELICOPTER COMBAT RECOVERIES IH SEA. PORTRAYS WORK OF 2011n-OF All FORCE WN 041 SIMULATOR PROGRAM, HILL AFB, UTAH. PILOT THE FIVE RAIN CORPONENTS IN THE COMBAT 16M0 MOTION PICTURE SCREENING PROGRAM, HONDO AIR FIELD, TEXAS. RESCUE FORCE: JOLLY GREENS (HELICOPTERS); C..AREd FOR PE, IV, th, PS LMM REMARKS: ALS OISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SANDYS (SLOW MOVERS); FACS (FORWARD AIR CONTROLLERS); KINGS (HC.130 AERIAL COMMIAND TRACES AIR FORCE INVOLVEMENT IN SOUTHEAST 201MW-OF AIR FORCE NOW 056 POSTS AND REFUELERS); AND JOKER (THE JOINT ASIA FROM 1962 TO Týt SIGNING OF THE CEASE 16M, NOTION PICTURE 013 MIN, 1974 "RESCUE COORDINATION CENTER). FIRE AGREENENT ANC' RETURN OF THE PRISOi.RS L[MD FOil PE, TV, th, PS URCL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. OF WAR. -"201.OF AIR FORCE NW 042 R1EMARKS: ALSO DISIRIBUTED I1 3/4 INCH, VIDOE TAPE. T.i3 REPLACES THE T-29 AS A NAVIGATOR 2018 AlTRAINING AIRCRAFT. USAF IN HOLLAND FEATURES 1in MOTION PICTURE 017 MiN, OF AIR FORCE NO1 050 THE DEPLOYMENT OF THE 320 TACTICAL FIGHTER CLFAAED FOR PE, TH, OS 160R NOTON FICTURE 018 MINI 1973 SQUADRON FROM SOESTERBERG TO LEUNARDEN. GO DEFINES THE TOTA'. FORCE CONCEPT THAT.AEV FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UNM TO COLLEGE IN THE AIR FORCE WEEK IS UNIQUE HISTWICAL PROGRAM OF THE AIR FORCE RECRUITING STRESSES TEAMWORK AMONG ACTIVE AND RESERVE SERVICE. C-130'S AIRLIFT It MILLION POUNDS SERVICE COMPONENTS. PICTURES INCREASING introduction OF THE NEW CNIEF WASTER OF FOOD AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO REMOTE - - ROLE OF AIM NATIONAL GUARD AND AIR FORCE SERGEANT OF THE AIR FORCE AT TRE 1973 SITES IN DROUGHT-PLAGUED AFRICA. 519TH AIR RESERVE UNITS. OUTSTANDING AIRMEN'S BANQUET. INTERVIEW FORCE SAND'S NEW ROCK GROUP PERFORKS ITS RME RKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. WITH THE CREW OF THE LEAD 1-52 IN OR BRAOD OF PROGRESSIVE ROCM. "LINEBACKER II. MARTHA PENN INGTON SELECTED REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. "20113-OF AIR FORCE NOW 043 AS THE 1973 MILITARY WIFE OF THE YEAR. AIR 16M, MOTION PICTURE G17 MIN, 1973 FORCE RESERVE PARACHUTISTS COMPETING IN TRE OF AIR FORCE NOW 057 CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, in ANNUAL CANADIAN PARARESCUE COMPETITION. 160R MOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1974 USAF SUPPORT OF A 'ROGRAN TO ERADICATE THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UCL " DRUG REHABILITATION PROGRAM AT ACOILL AFB, PUERTO RICAN SCREW WORN FLY. THE 1173 AIR HISTORICAL "FLORIDA. EXPERIMENTAL PAY.BY.THE.ITEN FORCE RECOGNITION AND REMEMBRANCE DAY AT DINING HALL AT SHAW AFB, SOUTH CAROLINA. ThE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL. USAF SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE, BROOKS COMPETITION BETWEEN A.9 AND A-I1 CLOSE AIR REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AFB. TEXAS, PROVIDES THOROUGH CONSULTANT "SUPPORT AIRCRAFT AT EDWARDS AFT, SERVICES T0 FLYERS FACED WITH COMPLEX SCALIFORNIA. A SECURITY SERVICE NCO'S 20191O.F AIR FORCE NOW 051 MEDIICAL PROBLEMS. SHAG, A SIIIPLIFIED-HIGH- ISOLATED TOUR IN ITALY. A WELCOME HONE FOR 160M MOTION PICTURE 017 MIN 1973 ACCURATE-GUIDANCE MIISSiLE SYSTEM, IS THE PRISONEM OF MAR. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, FEATURED ALONG WITH OPERATIONS OF AR AIR REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICAL CORCE BOAT SQUADRON RECOVERING TARCET "F A FC DRONES USED IN MISSILE TESTING. PERSONNEL F AO I FORCE 013 N1 044 THEAE M STANDARDS AND ORS.IPATTO". JM.L AT IIISAWA AB JAPAN, SUPPORT OPERATION 15611, NOTIONPICTURE 01311, 1973 STATEnMENT OF GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON, I, EYESIGHT, A PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES BLIND AND " C FOR PE, TV, t" ABOUT THE NEED FOR DISCIPLINE FOR JOB NEARLY BLIND STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL GLASSES, ACCOMPLISHMENT. INCLUDES VIEWS OF SEVERAL RAGNIFYING GLASSES, BRAILLE TYPEWRITERS. FEATUR.S DEPLOYMENT OF 49TH TACTICAL INDIVIDUALS ON THE MEANING OF DISCIPLINE AND CORNEAL TRANSPLANTS. TO VOTE BY "FIGHTER WING UNITS FROM HOLLOMAN AFB, NIM, AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN CARRY!NG OUT THEIR ABSENTEE BALLOT, THE SERVICEMAN IS REMINDED * TO HAHN AND MITBURG AIR BASES. GERMANY, FOR RESPOHSIBILITIES. TO SEND A FEDERAL POST CARD APPLICATION EXERCISE CRESTED CAP IV. PICTURES AIR FORCE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDOE TAPE. (FPCA) TO HIS STATE ELECTION OFFICIALS. SECURITY POLICE DOG TRAINING FOR EXPLOSIVES DETECTION, AIR FORCE PARTICIPATION IN ,OF AIR FORCE NOW 052 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1NCH, VIDEO TAPE. norldwide BOBSLED COMPETITION, AN AIR FORCE 1Il' MOTION PICTURE 017 RIM, F All FORCE NOW 058 DENTIST WHO FLIES TO REMOTE INDIAN CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, 1973 Uu 1,OF AIRURE NR 0 RESERVATIONS TO PERFORM DENTISTRY DURING HISTORICAL 1M MOTION PICTURE 0161, 1974 HIS OFF DUTY TIME. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th., PS, UNL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INNC, VIDEO TAPE. COLONEL JOHN A. MACREADY, RETIRED COPILOT HISTORICAL i5 OF THE FIRST NONSTOP COAST-TO-COAST FLIGHT. EFFORTS OF THE RADENA AB SECURITY POLICE TO " 2015.OF AIR FORCE COINUNITY COLLEGE OF THE All FORCE WITH 160, MOTION PICTURE , 1973 OVER 70 ACADEMIC MAJORS. BARDEMAS REALES IMPROVE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF )IEIR CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, ti RANGE, TRAINING SITE FOR USAF AIRMEN MISSION. THE RETURNING SAC 8-52 BOMBER STATIONED IN EUROPE OUTSTANDING FORCE FROM THAILAND. COMMEMORATION * COVERS THE HOMECOMING OF THE PRISONERS OF AIRMEN HONORED BY THE AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION CEREMONIES FOR NEWLY MAMED RICKENBACKER "WAR. VIEWS PON RECEPTIONS AND REUNIONS. AND INDUSTRY. AIR FORCE RECRUITERS AND THE AF8. HENNESSY TROPHY COMPETITION. SPECIAL INCLUDES INTERVIEWS WITH POWS CONCERNING CALIFORNIA 500 AUTOMOBILE RACE. OLYMPICS AT TYNDALL AFB. ENEMY TREATMENT, EFFECTS OF THEIR REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IANC, VIEO TAPE. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. "EXPERIENCE, THEIR ADJUSTMENT TO FANILY LIVING, AND THEIR EXPECTATIONS OF AIR FORCE ROW OF AIR FORCE NOW 059 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16MR MOTION PICTURE 019 MIN MM MOTION PICTURE 015 IN, 1974 CLEARED FOR PE, TV,,, P ' CLFAmED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, URCL * 16M, OF MOTION PICTURE. AIR FORCE 018 MIN NOW HISTORICAL HISTORICAL 0CLEAED FOR PE, ITU TH, PS PROGRAM AT WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFM, ODio, TO EXPLORES THE MILITARY LEGAL SYSTEM AND A ENCOURAGE HASEWIDE CAR POOLING. IMPORTANCE UNIQUE PREVENTIVE LAW PROGRAM DESIGNED TO F-15 EAGLE AT EDWARDS AFB, CA, MILITARY OF PHASED-ARRAY RADAR IN TRACKING EARTH ACQUAINT AIR FORCE PERSONNEL WITH THEIR "BUDGET. C-5 SIMULATOR AT ALTUS AFB, OK. ORBITING SATELLITES. FUTURE OF MILITARY RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. FOCUSES ON DOCTORS WORKING ON SICKLE CELL ANEMIA AT MEDICINE WITH EMPHASIS ON NEW SERVICES LEGAL SEMINARS CONDUCTED AT CLARK AND CHING WIESBADEN AM, GERMANY. NEM INSPECTOR AT PROVIDED BY PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANTS. NATO CHUAN KANG AIR BASES. TOUCHES ON THE VANDENBERG AFn, CA. MUSICAL FESTIVAL IN KAIS!RSLARTERN. SUBJECT OF COURTS MARTIAL AND RECENT R S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. GERMANY. DOG SLED RACING AT ELMIErfOWF AFB, CHANGES IN THIS PROCEDURE. ALASKA. LANGUAGE TRAINING AT DEFENSE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 201MM-OF AIR FORCE NOR 048 LANGUAGE INSTITUTE, MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA. 160i MOTION PICTURE 017 MIN 1973 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INNH, VIDEO TAPE OF AIR FORCE NOW 040 CLEARED FOR PE, T, TH, PS CLEAED 'UL ~R P, TV lw NCL16MM PS OF AIR FORCE MOTION PICTRE 015 KIN, 1974 NOW 055 CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, to, PS. 015 MIN, 1974 HISTORICAL "- " FANILY PHYSICIANS AT USAF HOSPITALS. JAKE 16MR, MOTION PICTURE, F1I C ".-':'-' :'--'' -'-- -'i.--" " " '- -" " -' '-.-.-; ' --.: ";.'--i ::: --.

169 AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE, USAFE BUNITIOMS CREWS Doc C-4 *POGRAI AT SAIKSOALE AFB, LOUISIANA, TO COMPETE IN "LOADED" CONTEST. C-115 AIRLIFT STARTS REFORGER/CRESTED CAP ' PRESERVE LARD AND SAVE WILDLIFE. AN AIR BECOMES FLYING GUNSHIP, 37TH SECURITY EXERCISE TO EUROPE; PARACHUTE LANDINGS Al FORCE ADVISOR AND HIS THAI STUDENTS POLICE SQUADRON PROVIDES PERIMETER SECURITY AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND LIFE SUPPORT MUTUALLY BEREFIT FROM THE ASSOCATION. A AT PHU CAT, AND F.4$ AdD F-IO'S STRIKE TRAINING SCHOOL; TRAINING OF SENTRY DOGS; ACTIVITIES OF 14TH AERIAL PORT SQUADRON AT YOUERANG ADULTS AT HE T ALIS T O RCHI REN AND EENEY TARGETS. YOUNG ADULTS AT A THE I AAND TH AIR FORCE REMtARS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CA% RANH BAY; SOUTH VIETNAM CREVS BLAST TO CLIIC, RIVERSIDE, LIFORNIA. MARE HELICOPTER LANDING ZONE; DOWNED REMRKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 2020G.OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 156 AIRCREW MEMBERS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA ARE 160 MOTION PICTURE 013 1IH, 1963 BROUGHT BACK FROM COMBAT BY HH L.F AIR FORCE RW 061 CLEOkED FOR PE, TV, f: PS. HELICOPTER; I ETS INA SOUTH VIETNA$ SUPPORT ANL3/ 160 NOTION PICTURE 017 1IN, 1974 HISTORICAL GERARUSN ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/H INCH, VIDEO TAPE SCLEAD FOR PE, TV, th, PS, AF ACADEIY/NAVY FOOTBALL GAME; PROJECT DEEP N ISTORICAL. FURCOW TESTS AIRPONER READINESS OF NATO OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 151 FEATURES THE AIR FORCE THUNDERBIROS AERIAL UNITS; F-'02'S AND F.IOS'S STRENGTHEN AIR 16i NiOTIO PICTURE 015 BIN, 1969 DOEMOSTRATION AKU THE BEANS IT TAKES TO DEFENSE OF SOUTH KOREA; AND SEA H4,HLIGHTS CLE.ARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UMCL KEEP THEM FLYING. OTHER SEGMENTS - AIR COVER EFFECT;'.ENESS OF EANPACK RADAR 1I HISTORICAL "- FORCE TRACK AND FIELD COMPETITORS PREPARE AIRCRAFT CONTROL. SUPER FACS OVER ENENY FOR THE RATIONAL AAU CHAMPIONSHIPS AT UCLA. TERRITORY, VNAF ACADEMY TRAINING, AND AF ROBERT C. SEANARS, JR., BrCONES SECRETARY. PROJECT HOWDY, A COMIMUNITY RELATIONS NURSE CITED FOR HEROISM. OF AF; ARCTIC HF MEN RECEIVE SURVIVAL "PROGRAM AT LACKLAND AFB TX, SR.71 RtURNSM ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TRAINING; C-9 SIEULATOR.TRAINER FLIGHT NURSES GRADUATE; EASTER SERVICES IN SOUTH CREIIEBRERS PREPARE FOR THEIR SEPTEMBER 1974 RECORD BREAKING TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHTS DF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 157 VIETNAM; ROYAL THAI AIR FORCE CREWS JOIN AND LATER DISPLAY THEIR AIRCRAFT AT THE... HIGHLIGHTS OF 1961 USAF'S 19TH SPECIAL OPERATIONS SQUADRON IN FARNBOROUGH AIR ý1ho. 1ii piiotio11pictu), 030 VIN, 1969 AIRLIFT AT TAN SON AHOT; SECURITY IS REURS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. C FOR PE, TV, NPS, UK) ASSIGNMENT OF 377TH SECURITY POLICE HISTO, CLAED R SQUADRON AT TAN SON HAUT AR; COMBAT MISSIONS OF 6TH SPECIAL OPERATIONS SQUADRON OF AI OHISTORICAL ISlO NOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, 1074 CHIEF OF STAFF GEN. J. P. ICCONNELL SALUTES AT PLEIKU. CLEAED FOR PC, TV, t, PS, UAL USAF PERSONHEL FOR 196K ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE..HASTORID m PAYS TRIBUTE TO AIR AND GROUND CREWS IN SOUTHEAST A.IA; C.14I'S AIRDROP TROOPS IN 2021Z.OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 162 A CLOSE LOOK AT THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF GERMANY; INTER.AmERICAN AF ACADEtY AT 161M WOTION PICTURE 014 %i1, 1969 SGT NOWELL S COMBAT CONTROL TEAM AT ALBROON MARKS 2STH YEAR; AFA HONORS 2? CLEAAED FOR PC, TV, TI, PS, HURLBURT FIELD, FLORIDA. VISIT TO VERDUN, OUTSTANDING AIRRMEN; SAC CREW RECEIVES HISTORICAL "FRANCE, SITE OF SOME OF THE LONGEST AND MACBAY TROPHY; 35TH TFW WINS DAEDALiAN BLOODIE'T FIGHTING OF WORLD WAR I, A TROPHY; DV.I, f.111, C -, C-S AND APOLLO B ASTRONAUTS RECEIVE H. H. ARNOLD LIFESAVING AIRLIFT MISSION INTO THE SOVIET IINUTEMAN III MAKE DEBUTS; PRESIDENT TROPHY AT AF ASSOCIATION CONVENTION; USAF UNION. JOHNSON CALLS UP ANG AND RESERVES; HQ AFR PILOT TRAINING SCHOOL PROVIDES P LOT REMRKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. REPLACES CAC AT ROBINS; AF FLIES SUPPLIES TRAINING TO FOREIGN MILITARY STUDENTS; TO STRANDED NAVAJOS; AND SOUTHEAST ASIA CHIMPS STAND IN FOR MAN.IN.SPACE AT OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 142 HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE TAC AIRLIFTS, CHOPPER AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LABORATORY; AIR FORCE RESCUES, AERONEDICAL EVACUATION[, CIVIC TACTICAL AIR COMMAND WINS AF NORLOI1IDE 1167 ACTION PROGRAMS, KHE SANH SUPPORT, 8.52 IRESTLING TOURNAMENT; RAPID MEDICAL PIT" MOTIMA PICURE, 024 IN, 1967 OPERATIONS, AND TACTICAL OPERATIONS. EVACUATION ADO IEDICAL CARE IN SOUTHEAST CLEARED FOR PE, TV, NH, PS, UK)L REMARKS : ALSO DISTRIBUTED I OREMW IN 31/4 INCH, RVE VIDEO TAPE. S ASIA. REMARKLS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1 MCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICAL00.O HITOICL F AIR FORCE REWS REVIEW 155 "TRACES HISTORY OF US AIR POWER FROM ITS 16, NOTION PICTURE 015 BIN, OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 163 OFFICIAL BEGINNING IN HIGHLIGHTS CLDEkE FOR PC, TV. PS, UKL I60 motion PICTURE 011 im, 1969 "EARLY DAYS OF AVIATION, OVERWHELMING MIGHT HISTORICAL CLEAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, OF AIRPOWER IN WORLD WAR II AND KOREAN VAR, HISTORICAL ESTABLISHMENT OF AIR FORCE AS A SEPARATE CHIEF OF STAFF GEi. join P. ICCONNELL PAYS SERVICE IN 1947 AND VITAL ROLE OF AIR POWER I TRIBUTE TO ALL AMERICAN FIGHTING KEN ON TEST FLIGHT OF X-24A LIFTING BODY; TRAINING IN VIETNAM TODAY, SHOWS INCREASING USE OF 1VETERANS DAY, US VARINES AND AIR FORCE IN PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AT HF MEDICAL "TRANSPORTS TO AIRLIFT TROOPS AMD EQUIPIENT IPARTICIPATE I1 JOINT AIRLIFT EXERCISE, AF SERVICE SCHOOL; MILITARY AIRCRAFT BECOME TO TROUBLEC AREAS AND FOOD ANT MEDICINE TO PHOTO-JOURNALISTS RECOGNIZED FOR AOC SLEEPING FLEET AT AIRCRAFT STORAGE AND DISASTER ViCTINS. ALSO OUTLINES US PROGRESS ACTIVITIES COVERAGE, 5HIA FIGHTER SQUADRON DISPOSITION CENTER; CLARK AR PERIMETER IN DEVELOPMENT OF AIRCRAFT, MISSILES AND IINS HUGHES TROPHY, AND VIETNAM HIGHLIGHTS PATROLLED BY HORSE PATROL; CONCRETE AND SPACE VEHICLES, INCLUDE SAC AND TAC STRIKE BISSIONS. STEEL PROTECT FIGHTER.BOMBER AIRCRAFT IN REMARKS; ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN '/4 1ICH, VIDEO TAPE. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE VIETNAM; VI ETMAMESE FIGHTER SQUADRON FLIES RE~lRI(: ' / I0 ASO VIEO OSTRBUTD TPE.. I '' IA -37 JET$ OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW F AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 159 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16W NOTION PICTURE 014 BIN, 1961 li..otion PICTUPRE 014 SIN, 1969 CLEAED FOR PE, TV, NPS, cwe.~u FOR PE, TV, PS., OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 164 HISTORICAL HISTORICAL 160 NOTION PICTURE 013 BIN, 1969 GEM. JOHN P. ICCONMELL STARTS NEW TERI AS MAJOR WIlLLIAM J. KNIGHT RECEIVES HARMON HISTORICAL AIR FORCE CHIEF OF STAFF, AF CREW FROM INTERNATIONAL TROPHY FOR 196R'S MOST ARRC(ATLAMTI,') COMPETE IN NATO HELICOPTER OUTSTANDING PILOT PERFORMANCE; 512TH TRIBUTE TO RETIRING CHIEF OF STAFF, GENERAL M CEET, CAC SUCCEEDED BY AF RESERVE, 1IL1TARY AIRLIFT WING EARNS RAC RECOGNITION I P. ICCONMELL; TRAINING UNDERWAY FOR A-70 MAINTENANCE MEN OF 35TH TFW(SEA) RECEIVE FOR 100,000 ACCIDENT-FREE FLYING HOURS; CORSAIR It, NEWEST TACTICAL CLOSE AIR.AEOALIAN TROPHY, AND TACTICAL AIRLIFT AEROSPACE RESCUE AND RECOVERY CREWS SUPPORT AIRCRAFT; FLYING PERFORMANCE ANO CREWS IN SEA TRANSPORT THREE.MILLIONTH TON EVACUATE SICK AND INJURED SEAMEN FROM ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TESTS BEGIN ON C.5 OF CARGO. CARRiIER uss ENTERPRISE; USAF PILOTS GALAXY AT EDWARDS AFB; SIXTEENTH AF OF ALSO. IRBEI 4 IRSTRUCT VIETNAIESE IN C-119 OPERATIONS; PERSONNEL IN SPAIN CELEBRATE ANNUAL WESTERN " REMEARKS: ALSODISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. -AIR FORCE AIRMEN SERVE AS FOSTER FATHERS TO STYLE RODEO AT SEVILLE; PROFILE OF RESERVE OF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 155 SJTH KOREAN ORPHANS. UNIT RECALLED TO SOUTHEAST ASIA AND THEIR 100 NOTION PICTURE 014 BIN, 1M5 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/K INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AC-119 GUNSHIPS; PRESIDENT NIXON HONORS 675 ""-E" FOR PEC TV, N S. ORE, CADETS IN USAF ACADEMY'S IITH GRADUATING I) CLEARED U L 2 0OOF AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 160 CLASS. SHISTORIL MOTIO PICTURE 01 I, 1969 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 I1CH, VIDEO TAPE, ""55STH AEROSPACE TEST WING LAUNCHES CLEAU FOR PE, TV, fh, PS, UCL I1, F.IIIC IS DELIVERED TO ROYAL HISTORICAL F AIR FORCE NEWS REVIEW 165 "MINUTEMAN F B7 C-13 I-

170 WO C.4 ID, MOTION PlCTU[ 013 RIID 1969 EL FOR1 1U, Ci l, Iu ' lm HIMEirNT TO SARATOiA MISTORY, ORGANIZATION, AND CAPABILITY OF ISTRICAIL l0 iotion PICli'E, , = TINE CAVALRY DIVISION (AIRIOIILE) WITH FOCUS WITH BORE THAI 30 YEARSI OF SERiVICE. G(l. SFOR PE, IV ' RIM 01 DEPLOYMENT IN SOUTH VIETNAM. JONI 0. RYAN IS SIORN I1 AS NEW AIR FORCE DESCRIBES HOV FOREIGN AID CONTRIiUTES TO CODE )F CONDUCT ARTICLE CHIEF OF STAFF. CONNOiSSiURS OF COOKLIG ART THE SUCCESS OF THE BATTLE OF SARATOGA I1 1 - OUR HERITAGE VILL BE INTERESTED IR SKILLS OF THE FOOD 1777 AND HELPED TO WIN OUR IDOEPENDEICE 0R, MOTION PICTURE 005 BiN 1960 SERVICE SQUADRON. SHU LIN KOU AS, TAIWAN. FROM ENGLAND. 06 FOR PE, TV, TH, PS TECH NICAL ASSISTANCE AND TRAINING ARE PROVIDED CHINESE PILOTS BY THE 30 WING AIR DA HISTORY OF THE U I AVMV PRESENTS THE PRECEPTS OF ARTICLE I WHICH BASE ADVISORY TEAM AT CHING CHUAN LANG Al, UNIFORM, THE SETS FORTH THE TRADITIONAL SPIRIT OF THE TAIWAN. IN BAY OF SIAN, PERSONNEL LOAD 8-60i NOTION PICTURE, 020 1BN, 1959 AMERICAN SOLDIER IN THE CALL OF DUTY TO SS WITH ioibs TO BE DELIVERED BY SNIPS. CLEd FOR Pf, TV, DEFEND HIS LA -D REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1I 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEPICTS THE SOLDIER'S FRO$ THE CA CODE OF CONDUCT - ARTICLE DN OLD IRONSIDES REVOLUTIONARY ERA TO THE MODERN ARMY GREEN It - TO RESIST IE1 BOTION PIC'TRE 015 Ill, 1957 UNIFORM AND SPECIAL DUTY GARB FOR WARl AsID 1IE OTION PICTURE 008 1iN, 1959 CLEAAEDFORPE, TV, ti1, U COLD WEATHER OPERATIONS. Cw Ed ror PE, TV, TH, PS HISTORICAL A JOHN j,. PERSHINfG EXPLAINS THE PURPOSE AND APPLICATION OF THE USS CONSTITUTION RAS THE FIRST FIGHTING 16E NOTION PICTURE 021 WIN., 196 PRINCIPLE OF "PESISTANCE" WHEN CAPTURED BY IiP OF THE AMERICAN NAVY ANiD FOR A TiNE CLEAAED FOR PE, TV THE EREBY - DANGERS OF ACCEPTING FAVORS IN THE ENTIRE U.S. FLEET. AFTER CANNON BALLS PERS IA C O N T I BOUNCED OFF HER SIDES. SHE WAS NICKNAMED FILG IOGRAPH" OF GENERAL JOHN PERSiiG "OLD IRONSIDES*, AND IS PROBABLY THE lost FIROl HIS BIRTHN i180 TO DEATII IT KIES FAMOUS WARSHIP OF ALL TINE IN THE AlERICAR 1948, WITH FOCUS ON HIS MILITARY CAREER AID IV KEEP FAITH NAVY. AVY SHE SAW A ACTION CINAANTTE OA AGAiNST THE BARBARY HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ARMY. 160 D MOTION FOR PE, PICTURE TV/, TH, 009 PS BIN ' 1959 "PIRATES AND AGAIN 1I THE WAR OF 'OLD OF JOHN J. PERSHING IRONSIDES" NOB FLOATS 1I THE BOSTON NAVY YARD WITH THE STAR OF PEACE ON R NV TO 0IE MOTION PICTURE, 021 BIN, 1960 EXPLAINS THE PRINCIPLE OF "KEEPIG FAITH AGAINST GREAT CLEED FOR PE,, HISTORICAL uicl WITH FELLOW PRISONERS e1hen CAPTURED BY THE ODDS 1I THE AMERICAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE. PORTRAYS LIFE OF GEN. JOHN J PERSHIIG REMARKS: OW 0 AFIR 550. HIGHLIGHTS OF HIS COLORFUL 11ILITAPY CAREER O# CODE OF CONDUCT-ARTICLE A OLD IRONSIDES SHOW HON PERSHING 'S LEADERSHIP IN THE V-U1T RESPONSIIILITIES SPANISH-AMERICAN, MEXICAN, AND FIRST WORLD 1611 NOTION PICTURE 010 IIN, 1959 I1E NOTION PICTURE 015 III, 1957 WAR CARRIED HIl UP THROUGH MILITARY RAIKS CLEAAED FOR PE, IV, OS UOCL CLE.A.D FOR PE. TV, tfi A VSITTO IDIG AAINAT LD ilolsies UMCL TO UR BECOBE ATIII.EXPLAINS ONE OF THE GREATEST LEADERS OF THE PRECEPT WHICH SETS FORTH THE A VISIT TO OLD IRONSIDES RIDING AGAIN AT OUR NATION. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SOLDIER TO EVADE AlCHOR IN THE BOSTON NAVY YARD OF CHESTER I. NIiITZ ENEBY INTERROGATION HARMFUL TO HIS COUNTRY OF MATHEW BRADY 16, MOTION PICTURE, 021 BIN DA CONWAT BULLETIN NO. I twi IOTION PICTURE 013 IBI CLEnED FOR PE TV, HISTORICAL a 160 OTION PICTURE, 013 1I1, 1944 CLEARED FOR EP, TV, TlI, U1C. PORTRAYS THE LIFE OF ADO CHESTER I 111iTZ, CLEAEd FOR f HISTORICAL ONE OF OUR COUNTRY'S OUTSTANDING MILITARY COMBAT SHO'rS, PACIFIC AND ITALIAN THEATERS. DOCUIMENTS THE WORK OF lathev BRADY. THE LEADERS. DEPICTS HIS RISE IN RANK IN THE US COUNTRY'S FIRST COMBAT PHOTOGRAPHER. NAVY AND SHOWS THE BRILLIANT LEADERSHIP HE DA COMIAT BULLETIN NO, 101 DISPLAYED IN THE PACIFIC CAMPAIGH DURING KOREA BATTLES FOR TIME DA RATHEW BRADY WORLD WAR II. InE MOTION PICTURE 029 BiN, " 1i60 NOTION PICTURE 013 Ill, OF NATO - -- ANTISUB C.EAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS 'UCL * CLAAEDFOR PE, TV, NI 111CRIE 1MNOTION PICTURE 016 WIN,16 LOGISTICS AND COMBAT OPERATIONS OF AIR., A DOCUMENTARY ON THE WORK OF MATTHEW BRADY, CL.EAEO FOR PE, HISTORICAL ' I SEA. AND GROUND FORCES OF UNITED NATIONS IN THE H IS P COUNTRY'S IC TUR ES O F FIRST PEOP LE CIROAT, P LA CES PHOTOGRAPHER, A ND EV EAlTS -. SNW S HRO WS WHA HTNT T NA T O C ONRE O U NIT R IES A R E DO ON ling TO OKOREA E FROM F i i 100 JULY Y THROUGH T O G H 10 O AUGUST A G U T ] SBUILD UP ANTISUBMARINE NAVAL FORCES I1 THE DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO A THEODORE ROOSEVELT ATLANTIC. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THESE KOREA TURNING THE TIDE AMERICAN DEFENSES IS DEMONSTRATED IN ACTION SCENES 16gM OTION PICTURE 022 #IN MOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, 1958 OF THE DEADLY HUNTER-KILLER GROUP. A CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ' UKCL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, Nt, PS COMBINATION OF VARIOUS WARSHIPS AND CARRIER-BASED AIRCRAFT. COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA DURING PERIOD 10 HIGHLIGHTS OF ROOSEVELT'S LIFE. DESCRIBING AUGUST THROUGH 20 SEPTEMBER 1952 COVERING HIS EXPERIENCES AS A BOY, OUT WEST, AND DA CODE OF CONDUCT - ARTICLE LANDING ON OLli ISLAND AND CAPTURE OF LATER IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL VI - STAND FIRM IRCON. AFFAIRS. 1GM MOTION PICTURE 009 BIN 1959 C.EAE.D FOR PE, TV, tn, PS ' U DA CONWAT BULLETIN NO OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT KOREA U.N. OFFENSIVE 1GM MOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, 1958 EXPLAINS THE COW PRINCIPLE FOR PE., TV, th, OF PS, "STANDING FIRM'" UIICL IN 1GM THE MOTION TRUST PICTURE, OF GOD 021 AND IN., COUNfTY. CLEARED FOR 1950 PE HISTORICAL DR AilERICAN SOLDIER IN COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA DURING PERIOD 20 DEPICTS OUTSTANDIbG ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF COMBAT, THE SEPTEMBER THROUGH 20 OCTOBER 1952 INCLUDING THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANT 1I6 MOTION PICTURE 0?9 WIN, 190 RECAPTURE OF SEOUL AND CAPTURE OF EVENTS IN HIS LIFE FROM CHILDHOOD TO CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, fl, PS, ' U PYONGYANG. PRESIDENCY. HISTORICAL DA COMSAT BULLETIN NO OF SHIPIENT TO SARATOGA, A AN INSPIRING ACCOUNT OF THE COMBAT HISTORY CHINESE REDS ENTER WAR 1i, MOTION PICTURE 020 1iN 1958 OF THE AMERICAN SOLDIER FROM THE ERA OF TIE 1GM NOTION PICTURE 021 BINR CLEAEd FOR PE, 1951 TV, iistorical UiCL AMERICAN REVOLUTION THROUGH THE KOREAN WAR. CLA*D FOR PE. TV, tq, PS UACL DESCRIBES NOW FOREIGN AID HELPED THE DA AIRMOBILE DIVISION. THE COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA DURING 20 CONTINMENTAL ARMY DEFEAT THE BRITISH INA THE 16MM MOTION PICTURE 029 BIN, 1966 OCTOBER THROUGH 20 NOVEMB ER C'RINESE BATTLE OF SARATOGA, TURNING POINT IN THE CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, TN, PS, '1CL COMUMUNISTS ENTER WAR.-TREATNENT AND REVOLUTIONARY WAR. HISTORICAL EVACUATION OF WOUNDED BY AIR. PI17102W. IIU C

171 WO C.4 202RI.DA COWAT BULLETIN NO. 105 CEASE-FIRE TAX CONTINUE A CONBAT BULLETIN NO. 23 U.N. FORCES ESCAPE TRAP DA COBAT BULLETIN NO i NOTION PICTURE, 022 1i1, 1944 "6I0 NOTION PICTURE ,95116, NOTION PICTIR, 033 Oll, 1944 CLEARED FOR PE UIKL Cid FOR PE, TV, ti, PS RIC. CLEMEOFORPE PCI ACTIVITIES IN ETO- -ATTLE OF THE COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA 01RING 20 INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE--OPERATIONS 1I NETHERLANDS-.-TESTING GERMAN AMNUNITION-. NOVEMBER THROUGH 20 DECEMBER LARGEST NORTHERN FRANCE -OPERATIONS IN BURMA-- UTILIZATION OF LOCAL INDUSTRIES-..INTER AMPHIBIOUS EVACUATION IN military HISTORY. JAPANESE ATTACK US. TASK -FORCE. SHOES FOR TANKS, ETC. 202S0.0A COMBAT BULLETIN NO DA CONIAT BULLETIN NO DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 3 U.N. FORCES CONSOLIDATE BELOW 16U NOTION PICTURE, 021 BIN, i NOTION PICTURE, OdQ BIN, TH PARALLEL CLEAAED FOR PE CLE.AED FOR PE 05I lotion PICTU, C6 020 BIN, NOTIFOR P. 'TU, 02, PI 195L EXPANSION OF BEACHHEAD ACTIVITIES IN SOUTHERN FRANCE.. ON LEDO BUILDING AND PbRIA PILLBOX ROADS-. IN ITALY.-BATTLEFIELD CONCEALIENT.. OPERATIONS AT LOS NEGROS. - COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA OURINMG 20 ACTIVITIES AT LEGHORN--OPERATIONS IN ESRA7KATION FOR ANZIO-.CAPADICHINE AIRFIELD DECEMBER 1950 THROUGH 20 JANUARY U.N BOTHERN FRANCE. IN ITALY. FORC:S EVACUATED FRGS HUNGNAM. - FLIGHT OF ZO2BQ OA COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 2 CIVILIAN REFUGEES DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO , NOTION PICTURE, 014 BIN, iN NOTION PICTURE, 021 BiN, DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 107 CLMAE FOR PE UNCI CLE.AED FOR PE U.N. FORCES MOVE NORTH 1, iition PICTURE 017 BIN, 1951 BRIDGING THE VOLTURNO RIVEN, ITALY. -LANDING ACTIVITIES IN ETO--RAF SINKS TIRPITZ.-FRONT C,.LA*ED FOR Pf, TV, N, PS ' p IN SOUTH PACIFIC AREA. -HAVAI IAN TRAINING LINE STEEL PRODUCTION..NOMBED BELGIAN RAIL.aRANCH. INVASION OF CAPE GLOUCESTER. HETWORK..ALLIEO ARMIES FACE RAIN AND SNOW, COMBAT ACTIVITIES In KOREA DURING 20 ETC. JANUARY THROUGH 20 FEBRUARY SUION OA COMIAT BULLETIN NO. 21 CAPTURED.-RED RESISTANCE STIFFENS ON 16lM MOTION PITURE, 020 BIN, DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 31 CENTRAL FRONT. CLERED FOR PE 16Bi MOTION PICTURE, 015 NIN, DA COIBAT BULLETIN NO. J0S PROGRESS IN SOUTHERN FRANCE- -ACTIVITIES IN CLEARED FOR PE 160m OTION PICTURE 003 BIN, 1951 ITALY--BRIDGE OVER SALWEEN RIVER--CLEANUP PERSONNEL PICKUP TESTS AT WRIGHT FIELD.- CLEARED FOR 'i. TV, h, Ps UNL AITAPE, NEW GUINEA--NORTH FRANCE AND MINE BARREL REVETMENTS- -EIGnTH AiR FORCE COmBAT ACTIVITIES IA KOREA DURING 20 BELGIUM, ETC. FIGHTER KILLS--REMOTE CONTROL TANK, ETC. FEBRUARY THROUGH 20 MARCH U.N DA COMiAT BULLETIN NO DA COUBAT BULLETIN NO. 32 OFFENSIVE CONTINUES--OPERATION KILLER IB, MOTION PICTURE. 026 BIN, i MOTION PICTURE, 021 BIN, 1945 HAMPERED BY WEATHER. CL.EAED FOR Pf CLAAED FOR PE DA COMIAT BULLETIN NO. 109 YANKS IN GERmANY--THIRD ANO SEVENTH ARMIES ACTIVITIES IN ETO--AMERICAN FIRST AND NINTH U.N. FOA4CES CROSS 3STH MEET.-BRITISH TAKE ANTWERP--BUZZ BOMBS ARMIES DRIVE CLOSER TO ROER RIVER--ON PARALLEL 1 HALTED-.NAZIS GIVE UP.-AIRBORNE ARMY TAKE- HOLLAND FRONT-.-BITISH INTRODUCE A'NEW MINE 1I0 NOTION PICTURE 019 BIN 1951 OFF. DETECTOR, ETC. CLEA*E FOR PE. TV., T, PS ' I 202B4-0A COMAT BULLETIN NO DA CONBAT BULLEIIN NO. 33 COMBAT ACT IV IT I ES IN KOREA, 20 MARCH I16 i OTIO1 PICIURE, 026 NIN, , MOTION PICTURE, 00 MIN., 1945 THROUGH 20 APRIL U.N. FORCES CROSS CL.AkED FOR PE, PS CLEARED FOR PE UP-L. 38TH PARALLEL- -OFFICIAL ACTIVATION OF SHAPE HEADQUARTERS. BORING INTO SIEGFRIED LINE--RHINE BRIDGE SCHOOL FOR JUNGLE LIFE--ACTIVITIES IN ETO.- SEIZED- -RATTLE FOR LORRAINE- -GOTHIC LINE AMERICAN FIRST AND NINTH ARMIES DRIVE DA COMBAT BULLETIN HO. 110 CRACKED-O-PACIFIC MAR STEPS UP, ETC. FORWARD ON AACHEN FRONT--ADVANCE TOWARD REDS LAUNCH SPRING OFFENSIVE DORmOC ROAD, ETC. 16m NOTION PICTURE 015 MIN O0I8.5A COIiAT BULLETIN NO. 24 CLE,,ED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UACL 1E6 MOTION PICTURE. 020 Bi., O A COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 34 CLOEED FOR PE COMBAT ACTIVITIES UKCL ISE NOTION PICTURE, IN KOREA. 016 I, 20 APRIL 1945 CLEAkED FOR PE THROUGH 20 MAY RED SPRING OFFENSIVE CHANNEL COAST ACTIVITIES- -ORDNANCE REPAIRS- IS STALLED BEFORE IT STARTS. -GERMAN FRONTIER OPERATIONS -AIRBORNE ACTIVITIES IN ETO.-NINTH ARMY FRONT--PORT OPERATIONS--TOULON HARBOR INSTALLATIONS, OF ANTWERP-- MALARIA CONTROL DA IN CORSICA--R- COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 111 ETC. 29 CRASH IN CHINA-.JAPANESE PHOSPHOROUS, U.N. COUNTERATTACK ETC. 160, MOTION PICTURE 016 BIN, DA COIBAT BULLETIN NO, 25 C"EkD FOR PE, TV, th, PS 16IM OTION PICTURE, 025 BIN, OA COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 35 COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA, CILAAED FOR 20 MAY PE THROUGH 16MM MOT FOR PE ION PICTURE, CLECEDF 020 INI, T 1945 UL 20 JUNE ALLIED UNITS PUSH NORTH AS EVACUATION OF KWEILIN.-SUPPLY FOR AMERICAN TIDE OF BATTLE TURNS--AIRLIFT DELIVERY OF FIRST ARMY-- ALLIES NEAR PO VALLEY-- JAPANESE RAID SAIPAN B-29 - GI'S,ET WHOLE SUPPLIES TO FRONT. AMERICANS REBUILD JAPANESE BASE, ETC. BLOOD FROM HOME FRONT - BLACK WIDOW'* ""TO A CT IV I T I[ III BURMA,. ETC. AND DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO BB-OA COMIAT BULLETIN NO. 27 IES KOREAN CEASE-FIRE TALKS 16i MoTION PICTURE, 02BiN DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO M MOTION PICTURE, 018 I, 1951 CLEARED FOR PE U L 160B MOTION PICTURE, 023 MIN, 1945 C1LEA FOR PE F CLEAE0 FOR PE CLEANUP ON PELELIU AND ANGUAR- -ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES IN KOREA DURING 20 JUNE THROUGH IN ETO--MORE BRAZILIAN TROOPS REACH ITALIAN OPERATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS--ORIOC 20 JULY 1951 WITH EMPHASIS ON THE CEASE- FRONT..PREPARATIONS FOR POILLIPINE 1LANDING- TROOPS LANO ON M1NOORO-- FIRE TALKS AT KAESONG. INVASON, ETC. MEDITERRANEAN- -GERMANORK MOILIZATION DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO B9-DA COMIAT BULLEIIN?4. 28 ETO, ETC. STALEILATE IN KOREA 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 019 BIN, DA COMBAT BULLETIN NO im MOTION PICTURE 010 lin, 1951 CLEARED FOR PE 16M, OTION PICTURE, 024 SIN, 1945 CLEARED FOR CIJN ET, O SUCL ACTIVITIES A IN ETO.-BATTLE OF THE CLEAAED FOR PE COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN KOREA DURING 20 JULY NETHERLANDS--GLIDER PICKUP AT EINDHOVEN-- ACTIVITIES ON LEYTE AND MINTORO. AIR FERRY "THROUGH 20 AUGUST GROUNO ACTION AIR FORCE FIGHTER KILLS--LIBERATION OF ROUTE TO SIBERIA.-ADVANCE IN BURMA.--AlI CONTINUES. -RETURN OF REFUGEES TO SEOUL-- GREECE, ETC. VERSION OF ACTION IN EAST. - ACTIVITIES IN "C-15 F17902o O

172 M. 1 NOTION PICTURNE. 0271IR, 14 ETO* * COmBAT BILLETIE NO. 46 tleid FOR PE MCI DA COWBT BULLETIN NO. 38 to NOTION PICTURE , m 111TI0 I11, 1945 CLýk FOR PK INC OPERATION 'FIC0.ACTIVITIES IN ETO- IUWkD FOR PE CISM ADIINLFLR010)I-IVSOO USSIAN ONE-BAN CARRY-4.40 AND T89 MOTOR ADOTIOALFIL ONIW JIA..IN asieo CARRIAGES-IORNEO, IEVASIONS- -ACTION ON ASIIRAL 11I~TZ SPEAKS 0N PEARl. HANSON PANAY ISLAND IN PHILIPPINES- -AERIAL SUPPLY NROTHERN LUZON, ETC. SCHOOLS IN PACIFIC, ANNI VERSARY - EBARS TASK FORCE AT TONEWA- O1 LEYTE DONINAT3R- -WAR DOGS -- ETC. *XC-97 CARGO TRANSPORT-.ALLIES COUNTER It DEFIEMS Of BASTOGNE. 0ATTLE OF BUJLGE. M TBLLTNN A 2633D COUSAT BULLETIN NO * ~mbt BULETN N165 NOTION PICTURE, , A C ONESAT BULLETIN m rtion PICTURE, 01611R, 1944 CIIAWE FOR PE 160 MOTION PICTURE, 015 fir, 1945 CLEAEDFOR PE l OWE&E FOR PE wct #(DEPLOYMENT OPERATIONS- -ACTIVITIES IN ETO- CAPTURE ERR QIIN I E DA CAVITIZING S~iLLS FOR V-T FUZES- -OKIHAIA- - ISLAND AIRPORT IN AXIS IFATER-EXPERINEETAL PROVIN U.S, SUPERIORITY ARE COVERED IN JAPANESE ATTACKS OR FLEET. ACTIVITIES OF AAF. -LEDO-NURIA ROAD- -FIELD THIS CORRAT IULLETIR. HIGHLIGHTS PRONLEISSUR WESTERN FRONT--N24 LIGHT TANK, DIVERSIFIED ROLE OF THE U.S. INFANTRYRAN A CONAT BULLETIN NO. 63 ETC. 16U NOTION PICTURE, 021 IIN A COISAT BULLETIN N0. 50 CLEAAE FOR PE A COISAT BULLETIN NO NOTION PICTURE, 029 SINl NOTION PICTURE, 019 INl, 1944 COIMd FOR Pt LUC 11ITISM FLARE DEFENSES- -REVOLT 1N PRAGUE- - cleaaofor PE am~ REDEPLOYMENT.- N ER QUARTERMASTER UNITS USE COVERS JOINT ARNY AND NAVY INVASION OF TVE LEADED GAS- -SUICIDE ATTACK ON DESTROYER. THE BATTLE FOR CASSINO--.JAPANESE ARD RYUKYU ISLANDS, NAVAL BOSUeARDEENT INCLUDING ET,. JDIGLE..T'ANRS AND INFANTRY FACE feney FIRE. USE OF ROCKET SHIPS, AND CAPTURED JAPANESEI. CIVILIANS. SHOWS BRITISH AMPHIBIOUS A COIBAT BULLETIN NO * CO=BAT BULLETIN N0. 40 O PERAATIONS IN SURNA AND CLEAN UP IN 1160 NOTION PICTURE, 019 SINl, NOTION PICTURE, 020 SINl, 1945 EANUALAY. THE P-1U *SHOOTING $'AR* FIGHTER ýd.af FOR?E UNCI. aiaawi MO Pt ONCI AIRCRAFT IS FEATURED, AS WELL AS A 5TH ARIY ROTOR POOL IN ITALY. LIBERATION O F 1PRESIDENT TRUMAN ARRIVES AT BERLIN ATTACK ON RANILA HARBOR- -FIRST LANDING ON PRISONERS AND SLAVE LABORERS IS SEEN AS US CONFEkENCE-- DEMONSTRATION OF LATEST SIGNAL LUZON..ACTION ON VESTERS FRONT- -ALSACE FORCES INVADE GEKEAN CITIES AND TOMAS AND CORPS EQUIPERET- -RECAPTURE OF LIOCUOW.-- FRONT. CONDUCT 1*1-L1P OPERATIONS. AGCil9 INVASION, ETC * COIBAT EULiETIN NO A COISAT BULLETIN * CONBAT BULLETIN NO NOTION PICTURE, 026 NIN, U NOTION PICTURE, 029 SIN, NOTION PICTURE, 017 INl, 1945 CWAEFOR PE UNCIM CLWEAAEFOR PE,.PS OMCI CLAED FORPE UACL NO11I4G Of NARILA AIRFIELDS- -BRITISH TAKE ADDI TI ONAL SURRENIDER FILRS--GENERAL BIG THREE CONFERENCE IN SESSION- -ADDITIONAL. I AKYAS- -OPENIUC OF LEDO ROAD--CARRAIERI F ORCE RIC "ARAISOW MAKES YE-DAY STATENENT..FALL OF FILES OF BALIKFAPAN INVASiON--ACTIVITIES 0K STRIKES FORNOSA-- ITALIAN FROST-- ACTIVITIES RANGOON-- IWO JIMA BASE FOR TOKYO ATTACKS-- OKINANA-REURION ON OKINAWA M1 MORTAR. IN EC. ISS RANKIN, TC * COISAT BULLETIN NO A COINAT BULLETIN NO * COMA?! BULLETIN NO. 6!611 NOTION PICTURE. U13 11N, 1945 IME NOTION PICTURE. 031 INl, NOTION PICTURE, 02911S, 1945 CLE*E FC-2?E CIEAEFOR PE 0CI. CLEdhEFOR PE UClm ACflVITIES IN CHINA-SERVICE TROOPS ARRIVE -- MEETING Of ALLIED LEADERS- -NAZI SNIPPING ACTIVITIES IN ETO-PAPER SAR.--Si-I IR MANILA.- JAPANESE ANTISUBRARINE NORTAR.-- ATTACKED ALONG NORWEGIAN COAST.--SEE AIRCREV RECOILLESS RIFLE-.- INVASION OF TARAKAN-- THIRD FLEET SHELLS JAPAN- -SINKING OF HMS OXYGEN BATTLE- -ACTIVITIES IN BUERA, ETC. JAPANESE SUICIDE NOES. -CAPTURE OF 8ANGUID. SARAIIAI ETC A C UNAT BULLETIN NO * Car.'.t BULLETIN NO A BOUGAINVILLE 10E NOTION PICTURE. 023 INl, 1945 c150 FORINPCUE 026 SIN, AC NTION PICTURE, 009 NIN, 1948 ýfu FOR NEUC OTIO PE RE, I CIAAdd FOR KPStC CAPTURE OF RANREE- -ACTIVITIES IN ETO-- ACTIVITIES IN ETO- -FLOAT INGPIBRIDGE:I -4 LANUINAG OPERATION AND SUBSEQUENT CAPTURE OF-- STILLIELL ROAD CONVOY REACHES KANIG-- ACT IVITIES IN PHILIPPINS--.OPAC BOUGAISYILLE IS 1943 BY ANERICAN FORCES OF.- LUZON OPCRATIONS--NODERN PLANT SERVICES U'NIVERSITY- -POSTMAR JEEP--ALLIED PRISONERS ITHE 31TH DIVISION, 14TH CORPS, AND 3D- ALLIED AIRCRAFT, ETC. FREED IN RANGOON, ETC. ARINE DIVISION * COUAT BULLETIN N * COURAT BULLETIN NO CA ADNIRALTY ISLANDS, THE 16E NOTION PICTURE, 030 INl, NOTION PICTURE. 026 INl, NOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, 1949 CUiED FOR PE UNCI. CLLhd FOR PE AM CLEAED FOR PETV, th, PS.- ACTION OR IWO JINA--RADIO LUXEMBOURG-. OPERATION 'PLUTO' --ALLIED CONTROL COUNCIL ilanding IN FEBRUARY 1944 AND SUBSEQUENT ACTIVITIES IN ETO- - ROOSEVELT REETING-- FOR GERMANY. - NEW AELICOPTERS--CARRIHE 12--!CAPTURE OF ADMIRALTY ISLANDS NORTH OF NEV ACTIVITIES IN PHILIPPINES- -NANILA- - ACTIVITIES IN PIIILIPPINES- -LEDO ROAD SUPPLY 'GUINEA BY 1ST CAVALRY DIVISION. COHIEGIROO AN BWI VEILS. UASE DA NO CMA 47 BULETI 2032-DA CONT BULETN DA D-DAY CONVOY *~~~~~~~~~~ O 72340* CISMULTN CIA ULEI O E NOTION PICTURE 019 NIHk E NOTION PICTURE. 0271I1, E NOTION PICTURE, 023 N1N, 1944 LAE FOR Pr. TV. Ill, PS - CU.EAEDFOR t. S UNU. LEAAD FR ;ACTIVITIES JUST PRIOR TO AND INCLUDING 0- TOKYO STRIKES--ACTI-VITIES ON IWO JIMA-- BEACHHEAD OPERATIONS--A DAY DN A EUROPEAN 'DAY - MOVEMENTS Of ANERICAN TROOPS FROM ALL CLEANUP OR CORREGIDOR- -CHINA SUPPLY SE4MIE.AD. PARTS TO POE'S PRIOR TO THE NORMANDY PROBLEMS- - JUNGLE SHELTERS- - T26 TANK- - RHINE INVASION. OFFENSIVE * COINAT BULLETIN NO l60 MOTION PICTURE, 020 N11, 1945 j a AMEXICAN NINTH ARBY A CO010AT SULLETIN NO. 46 ULAWJ FOLPACHEN TO THE ROCN RIVER 10E NOTION PICTURE. 031 BIN FO PtC 1l16 NOTION PICTURE. 031 INl, C.AbEDFOR K UNCI. ACTIVITI ES IN ETO- -LVT'S FOR BEACHH[AD :t.eaed FOR PEAP OPERATIONS- -SIRE- LAYING BY AIRPLANE--i AIR SUPPORT ON WESTERN FRONT- -SHANGRII-LA-. ACTIVITIES OF SIXTH ARMY GROUP--SERVICE ;ACTIVITIES OF TOlE %TH ARMY FROM AACHEN TO ACTIVITIES IN ETO--BRITISH JET PLANE.--EKI SCHOOLS IN PACIFIC, ETC. ithe RoEk RIVER INCENDIARY SORB- -CAPTURE OF LASHIOI AND MANDALAY, ETC A COMIBAT BULLETIN NO * AMERICAN FIRST ARMY- C-i16 L 11

173 D.C C.4 A1CNE mto T1E NOEl RIVER AS OCCUPATiON FORCES IN JAPAN. 10i NOTION PICTnRE 029 ol, 1941O7.A FIGHTING FIRST i FR E, TI.t, P wa O DIG WHEEL S 35TU INFANTRY 16, NOTION PICTURE 013 II11, 1947 DIVISION, THE HEW FOR PE, T, OS UK' ADVANCE NY THE IST ARMY: IST, 1TH, 21T1, 16M MOTION PICTURE 016 I1, , 104TN DIVISIONS, AiD 3D ARMORED CEAE. FOR P, TV, Ti, PS ' j* COMBAT ACTIVITIES OF THE FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION. DIVISION DURING WORLD W It. HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF CAMPAIGNS FRON 1$ DA CAMPAIGN IN SICILY THROUGH WORLD MAR I. FIGHTING ACTIVITIES A 120 AIRBORNE DIVISION, 161 MOTION PICTURE, , 1948 IN EUROPE DURING WORLD AR II. THE Cki FOR PE UN IECS MOTION PICTURE 021 MIN, 1948 UP, DA SUNSET DIVISION, THE CILAED FOR PE, TV, PS INVASIONl OF SICILY MiY TE 15TH ARMY GROUP, E1, NOTION PICTURE 013 ii11, 1951 CONSISTING OF TNE AMERICAN 7TH ARMY AND THE re.akd FOR PE, T HISTORY OF THE 120 AIRBORNE DIVISION WITH BRITISH UTM ANY.Ul SEQUENCES DEVOTED TO ACTIVITIES DURING HISTORY AND DOCUMENTARY COVERAGE OF ITS WOR1LD WAR I AND WORLO WAR II. 16RR DA NO0TION PICTURE. NAPLES 026 TO 111i CASSINO 194.,!11I. ACTIVITIES IN THE PACIFIC DURING WORLD WAR 20SS 9-DA ANT SEVENTH INFANTRY DIVISION. l411 OTIO PIE, 0V, N, 1S IA 16R MOTION PICTURE 022 1I1, 1949 CLEAAED PE, To, II, PS 'NCL DA TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTRY CI.EAWED FOR PE, TV, OS ULCC TNE DRIVE FROM NAPLES TO CASSINO - BATTLE DIVISION, THE OF SAN PIETRO AiD THE SUBSEQUENT STORMING 16i MOTION PICTURE , 1952 COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN THE FOUR MAJOR OF CASSINO, FOR PE, TV, CAMPAIGNS: ATTU, LEYTE, KWAJALEIN AND Ca OKINAWA -OCCUPATION DUTIES IN KOREA A INVASION OF SOUTHERN DETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE 'YANKEE DIVISION' * FAiOUS THIRD ARMY, THE FRANCE FROM AUGUST 1944 THROUGH THE END OF THE 230A MT MIUR02 HIN 195T 16E NOTION PICTURE, , 1950 EUROPEAN CAXIG. 1C6A NiOTFON PICTURV, 021 MIN, 1950 CLdAwo FOR PE CFED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UKL OA 27TH INFANTRY DIVISION INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE DY TUE 7TH ARMY CTUE INFANTRY DIVISION HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE 231 DAYS OF THE 30 AND SUBSEQUENT JUNCTION WITH THE AMERICAN IE iiotio "ICTRE 020 MIN 1953 karmy OFFENSIVE THROUGH FRANCE, BELGIUM AND 30 ARMY 1I NORTHUEST PART OF FRANCEA CE. EDF{,. TV, III, ps GERNANY, WITH AIR SUPPORT FROM THE 19TH HISTORY OF TNE 27TH, HIGHLIGHTING ITS WORLD TACTICAL AIR COMMAOD. IMll * NlOTION PIC"TURE liillitary 0.23 VIA, PIPELINE SYSTEMi 1948! WAR SAIPAN 11 AND BATTLE 01[t,00. RECO D - MAKIN, ENIWETOK, * 231D FINST IS FORTY OT DAYS, AS THE H lie M FOT PE, PS U3L 1All. MOTION PICTURE 026 MIN, 1950 CIEVEMENFO AME R OPSUI DA 320 INFANTRY DIVISION CD.E.O FOR PE, TY, OS UNKI ACHIEVEIMELTS OF AMERICAN TROOPS WHO BUILT R A IE M1OTIOR PICTURE 018 VSI 1953 COMBAT FOOTAGE TAKEN DURING THE FIRST FORTY ESPERIATELY NEEDED PIPELINE UNDER HAZARDOUS CLWkED FOR PE, TV, PS M DAYS OF OPERATION IN KOREA FOLLOVIN, THE CONIOITIONS A WINGED VICTORY ON FOOT TRACES THE 3205' HISTORY, THROUGH THE CIVIL COMMUNIST INVASION FROM THE NORTH, 430 INFANTRY DIVISION MAR, SPANISU-AIIERItCAN VAR, NORLOI ARS I AND A 13RD INFANTRY DIVISION IN 16M NOTION PICTURE 014 MIl, EVENTS IN WORLD VAR II ARE EUROPE, THE OlEA1Ed FOR PE, TV, 0,Ia1 HIGHLIGHTED. HOLLAND, AND GERIANY. 161 MOTION PICTURE. 020 NIN, 1951 ACTIVITIES OF THE DIVISION IN THE PACIFIC 2035O-DA 30TH INFANTRY DIVISION CLEAED FOR PE,PS DURING WORLD MAR II AND AS OCCUPATIONI MOTION PICURE, 021 MIN, 1953 COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN EUROPE DURING WORLD TROOPS IN JAPAN AFTER HOSTILITIES. CLEA.ED FOR PE, TV, h UCL MAR I DA 29 LET'S CO - 29TH RECOUNTS ACTIVITIES OF THE 36TH DURING DA SIXTH INFANTRY DIVISION INFANTRY DIVISION MORLO MARS I AND II - UNDERSCORES MAJOR 6l0 MiOTIO PICTURE 020 1iN , MOTIOR PICTURE 020 1IN, 1950 BATTLES AT SALERNO, SAN PIETRO, CASSt.O, CELAD FOR PE, TV, PS CLEAA. FOR PE, TVS URCL AZIO, ROME, AMD GERMAY. HISTORICAL RECORD OF ACTIVITIES OF THE COMBAT ACTIVITIES IN EUROPEAN COMMAND D0 HELL ON WHEELS SIXTH INFANTRY DIVISION IN THE PACIFIC DURING WORLD VAR II: NORMANDY, ST. LU, IW NOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1951 DURING MORLD WAR II. BREST AMNWGERA.IY. CL,.ED FOR FE, TV, OS UL A DEFENSE OF ANTIVERP ,A RED MULL ATTACKS 34TH 3 HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE COMBAT ACTIVITIES AGAINST THE V-1 - INFANTRY DIVISION, THIE OF THE 2D ARMORED DIVISION DURING WORLD MAR 16M OTION PICTURE, 021 KIN, MOTION PICTURE 021 MiN, 1950 II. CLEAAEDFOR PE, PS UNL CL.,.AED FOR FE, TV, PS UCL DA ATTACK THE BATTLE FOR THE STORY OF THE CITY OF ANTWERP DURING HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND ACTIVITIES IN NEW BRITAIN ilrld VAR il. WORLD WAR II - CASABLANCA, TUNItS, NASSER INE 160 MOTION PICTURE, , 1944 PASS, SALERNO, CASSINO, ANZIO, LIRI AND PO CLED FOR PE, PS "NCU *A BATTLE OF SAN PIETRO VALLEY CMAIGR. 16M MOTION PICTURE 035 1I1, 1945 ATTACKS ON ARAAE ANDO CAPE GLOUCESTER ON CLEDkD FOR PE. TM, PS UCL 20351CA W01K HIONSE OF THE `1EST2RN NEW BRITAIN FROLPLAN OF ATTACK TO FINiA. FRONT THE 30TH INFANTRY VICTORY. DOCUMENTARY ON GREAT BATTLE LEADIMG TO DIVISION ALLIED CAPTURE OF SAN PIETRO DURING WORLD l60 MOTION PICTURE, 018 NIN, ,5-00 UNITED NATIONS CAMPAIGN MAR II ITALIAN CAMPAIGN-.. INTRODUCTION BY cll&ueo FOR PE UKCL IN NORTHEAST KOREA GENERAL NARK CLARK. 160 MOTION PICTURE 025 min1, 1952 COMIAT ACTIVITIES OF 'OLD HICKORY'' OURING CLE.AED FOR PE, TV, OS DA STILLIELL ROAD WORILD WAR I iand II IN THE ETO VICTORIOUS lto MOTION PICTURE. 053 NIN, 1945 CAMPAIGNS IN NORMANDY. ST. LO, BELGIUM, TACTICAL PHASES OF ATTACK ON PYONGYANG - CLEDAAE FOR PE, PS HOLLAND, AND GERMANY. ULTIMATE ANPRIBIOUS EVACUATION FROM HUNGNAM DA VICTORY DIVISION - 24TH (COMPLETED CHRISTIAS EVE 1950). CONSTRUCTION NATURAL OBSTACLES OF HIGHWAY UNlDER THROUGH IEDllY EXTREME FIRE. " INFANTRY DIVISION, THE DA HELL FOR LEATHER 16m MOTION PICTURE, , 19C) ISM MOTION PICTURE. 009 MI, 194$ ONE WEEK IN OCTOBER CLLFkED FOR PE, PS C"LEAD FOR PE, TV 16R IIT PICTURE 029 MIN, 19o4 CLEA EDO FOR PE. TV. 03 UNOL HISTORICAL RECORD OF COMBAT ACTIVITIES INA THE HISTORY OF THE FIRST CAVALRY DIVISION C F,U THE PACIFIC DUR ING WORLD WAR II AND LATER AND ITS COIMAT ACTIVITIES IN WORLD WAN It. STORY C, THE CUBAN CRISIS - AERIAL PHOTOS -" C , o o * ,

174 Old M4.2-C.4 Of MISSILE OASES UNITED STATES ACTION TO m FOPTVPSUL MALT E BUILDUP AND UNITED NATIONS 202.A SLANTING. UC REACTION -REMOVAL Of MISSILES FROM CUBA. IM NOTION PICTURE 0091IN, 1967 illostrates HOW ARCHKITECTURAL DESIGNS FOR M3=S: (FOR NATIONWIDE EXHIBIITION) COWAE FOR PE, TV, 1'H, PS IINC SCMDOIS CAN COMBINE FALLOUT PROTECTION VITH iflioa CII PERTIO SHWS OW SLATING TECNI IES AREPROTECTION FROM VANDALISM, NOISE POLLUTION, OERTONCE HWSNO SLNIN' tcn S R AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS. 16 OTO1ICUE615IIii EMPLOYED IN NEW BUILDING DESIGN TI ACHIEVE ' OEI W U RADITV 001ATION SIEILDING WITH LITTLE OR NO DA TRANSPORTATIONS OEI 6UAA ~ ADDTIONAL CO ST. AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES. DISASTER REPORT ON OPERATION CUE EXERCISE OF 1055, REMARKS: (FOR NATION-WIDE EXHIBITION) lu7 MOITION PICTIJRE 015 BIN, 1972 POINTING UP CONTRAST BETBEEN THIS NEVADA C.E.Ab FOR PE, TV,S TEST IN 1955 AND PRESENT NUCLEAR DEVICES DA EARTHQUAKE 160 NOTION PICTURE 029 BIN, 1972 DESCRIBES THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE NATIONAL KU : FO ATONID XHBIIO)DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION ASCAIN I REWARS: (FR NAIONWIEXHBITIN) TIO PITHURE 046 BIN, H it V196 DOCUMENTS THE DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY A IMA JO DISASTERS OVER THE LAST TWO DECADES. 160 OTIN 046BIN PITUR 5OUANE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, AND SHODAS NOV claaed FOR PIE, TV, th, PS ISTE PLANNING AND QUICK ACTION SAVEDI 2KB4.DA TROUBLE AT TONTI STATION STONY OF ALASKA'S EARTHQUAKE, 27 MARCH MANY LIVES AND PREVENTED FURTHER DAMAGE. 160 NOTION PICTURE. 026 BIN, , AND THE THREE DAYS OF CRISIS THAT 34CLEA FOR PE, TV FOLLOWED -EMERGENCY ACTION OF FEDERAL. REMARKS: (FOR NATIONWIDE EXHIBITION) SHOWS THE PLANNING AND TRAINING THAT STATE. AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES DA PEOPLE AND APOLLO, THE ALLOWED CIVIL DEFENSE AUTHORITIES TO REMARKS: (FOR NATIONWIDE EXHIBITION) IN193EFFICIENTLY HANDLE RESCUE EFFORTS AT A le 60 MOTION PICTURE 019 MN193TRAIN WRECK NEAR SALEM, ILLINOIS. FACE OF-DISASTER, THE CLOWkd FOR PE, TV, ks UNCI REMIS: (FOR NATIONWIDE EXHIBITION) 16K NOTION PICTURE 010 BIN, 1965 TELLS OF THE CIVIL PREPAREDNESS PLANS AND ZASD VRLDSADATR H cle~edfrpev, s ' NCLEFFORTS AT THE LOCAL LEVEL IN CONN CTION HIHIGT F LSKNERTQAK N W94 1ITH CROWD CONTROL AT THE APOLLO Ii MOON MOTION PICTURE 029 VIA, 1974 HIHLGTSO AAKA ERHQAE N19. SHT. C[CEA FOR PE, TV,S UNCI AND FLOODS AND TORNADOES IN MIDWEST IN STRESSES ROLE OF COMMUNITY SENVICES IN DA EARTHQUAKE FOCUSINI ON THE CRASH OF A JUN80 JET LINER FACE Of DISASTER. lee MTION PICTURE, 01311IN, 1973 IN TIE FLORIDA EVERGLADES, THIS DOCUMENTARY HEARS (ORNTINID EHBIIN)CLAEDFR IC E.T FI LB DIANATIZES THE HEROIC EFFORTS WADE BY REMAKS:(FO NATONWDE XHIITIO) CEA90FORPETV NCLHUNDREDS OF MEN AND WOMEN, MILITARY AND 20SI5.DA MEMORANDUM TO INDUSTRY DOCUMENTS THE DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY A CIVILIAN ORGANIZATIONS TO RESCUE AND 10E MOTION PICTURE U34 11IN 1966 FEBRUARY 1971 QUAKE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; PRESERVE THE LIVES OF THE SURVIVORS.- CEWAED FOR FE, TV, ~SUNCI SHOWS HOW PLANNING AND QUICK ACTION' SAVED 24 LIVES AND PREVENTED FURTHER DAMAGE. 20S.DA DEFENSE AGAINST THE SPY SHOWS HOW INDUSTRY, WITH THE SUPPORT OF TOE 160 NOTION PICTURE, 020 BIN, 1968I COMIUNITY AND STATE AND LOCAL CD AGENCIES, DA TWISTER CLEAS FOR FE, PS CAN ACHIEVE A WELL-DEVELOPED CIVIL DEFENSE 16M NOTION PICTURE 027 INI, 1974 A OTAA FESPIONAGE ILLUSTRATES THE PLAN F'llR NUCLEAR AND OTHER TYPES O F CLWEAE FOR PE, TV, P'S lunl AECPORTRAYALD SOF HSIAE,O SDB EMERGENCIES.TEEIQEANSOHSIAE OLUEDY REMAKS:(FO AAION-1DEEXHBITON)THE VALUE AND ORGANIZATION OýF AN EMERGENCY ENEMY AGENTS TO OBTAINR CLASSIFIED REMRKS NTIN.WDE (FR XHIITIN)OPERATION PLAN AND CENTER IN COPING NITH INFORMATION. COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST THESE DA HURRICANE CALLED BETSY, A THE EFFECTS OF A TORNADO IS SHOWN IN ACTUAL DE~VICES ARE SHOWN. 160 NOTION PICTURE 0291IN, 1966 ACTION IN LUBOCK, TEXAS DA COUWINATION FOR SECURITY CLEAE FOR PE, TV, ks U.'CL REMARKS: (FOR NATIONWIDE EXHIBITION) 16MB NOTION PICTURE, 032 RIMl, STORY OF HURRICANE BETSY IN LATE SUMMER DA STORM CLEAAEM FOR FE, PS UC AND JOINT EFFORTS OF CO, MILITARY SERVICES 16K MOTION PICTURE 028 INI 1974 PRESENTS INFORMATION ABOUT MANAGEMENT OF. AND WELFARE AGENCIES DURING THE GREAT CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS CLEARED SECURITY CLASSI F IED MATER IALS FOR DEFENSE-- DISASTER. FOR PE. TV, PS CONTRACTORS; DESCRIBES DD 254, PERSONNEL-- REMARKS: (FOR NATIONWIDE EXHIBITION) FROM TROPICAL STORM TO VENGEFUL HURRICANE CLEARANCES, AND STORAGE, TRANSMISSION AND. OTHE HADLIG O CLSSIIEDMATERIAL DA IT HAPPENED IN TEXAS.AN ABSORBING FILM OF IrIE DEVASTATION AND OHRHNLN FCASFE I MTIO 09 PCTUE IN 198 ESTRUCTION OF HURRICANE AGNES AND THE DA MEMORANDUM ON SECURITY LEdkED FOR FE. TV, ~S DEEMNTOHATRAADTEDSAR 16M ACTION PICTURE 009 BINl, OF THE F LOOD VICTIMS, THEIR VALIANT CLEAA!6FOR PE. TV, I'S DOCUMENTS THE SEPTEMBER 1967 DISASTER IN EFFORTS, AND THE AFTERMATH OF THE WORST SOUTHERN TEXAS BROUGHT ON BY HURRICANE FLOOD OF THE CENTURY. DONALS A. QURARLES. DEPUTY SECRETARY OF BEULAH AND THE MASSIVE RESCUE.ANO.RELIEF 206-A WNE TRSDEFENSE. EXPLAINS THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFORT MOUNTED BY GOVERNMENT. CIVIL 240A WITRSO SFCURITY IN DEFENSE RESEARCH MURK TO DEFNSE ORCSANDOTHR ARED AENCSlEWE 6 MO OTION E PICTURE V 028 MNIB 1974 NL, SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING PERSONNEL TO HELP THE VICTIMS. REMARKS: IFON NATIUN.WIDE EXHIBITION) SHOWS 1971 WINTER STORMS AND THE DAMAGE DA HOLLOW COIN. THE 2044-D LDY ALED AMLLE A THEY CREATEDPREPAREDNESS, EARLY ACTION. AND 160 MOTION PICTURE 015 #IN, A LAYCLE A LL.A RATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND DEMONSTRATES HOW TO CLEAjdFOR pe, TH, I'S U IKEMOTON ICTRE 29 IN,1971 PREPARE FOR A WINIER STORM. H-dFOR PE. TV, S 206 A SOEDOCUMENTS CAPTURED AND TRIAL OF SOVIET SPY. ZOAiD STRMCOLONEL RUDOLF I. ABEL. OBJECTIVES OF DOD )EPICTS THE WARNING AND EVACUATION EFFORITS 16K MOTION PICTURE 015 BIN, 1974 SECU a ITY PROGRAM. AND ROLE Of INDIVIDUAL IY CIVIL DEFENSE BEFORE HURRICANE CAMILLE CLWAED FOR FE. TV, P'S WORKER TO EFFECT SECURITY. IN 1969, AND IHE RESCU E AND CLEANUP IPFRATIORS AFTERWARD. FROM TROPICAL STORM TO VENGEFUL HURRICANE DA DAILY ENEMY, THE 2044-A ANUL AMGEASSSSEN.AN ABSORBING F LM OF THE DEVASTATION AND 16K MOION PICTRE 014 BIN, E MOTION PICTURE, 016 BIN, 1967 DETERMINATION. HEARTBREAK, AND DESPAIR OF ~ E V ~.P 5.EkED FOR PIE THE FLOOD VICTIMS,THEIR VALIANT EFFORTS, SHOWS NOW LOYAL PERSONNEL WORKING OH AND THE AFTERMATH OF THE WORST FLOOD OF THE C[ASSIFIED DEFENSE CONTRACTS CAN JEOPARDIZE 4PPLICATION, ESSENTIALS, AND TECHNIQUES OF CENTURY. SECURITY BY PLAYING INTO THE HANDS OF 'THE IANUAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT TO DEFINE 2DIY EEY.- I.E AEESES IEMAINING HUMAN AND MATERIAL RESOUR CE S 0411-DA ENVIRONMENT FOR EDUCATION DIY EEY' IE, CRLSNS kfter A OUCLE.AR ATTACK , MOTION PICTURE, 019 KNI, DA SECURITY MAN CLAAED OR ~PROVIDING TRANSPOOTAT IO SERVICES DURING ',

175 C.4 Im, E NOTION MOTI FOR PR, PICTURE, ICU PS 017 all, DA EVACUATION Of CIVILIAN AiiPHIBIOUS.. HISTORY OF OPERATIONS, imrine THE ~16U1 MOTIOR PICTURE 015 1I1, NOTION PICTURE SHOWS HOW INDUSTRIAL SECURITY CAN BE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, UCI.L CLEARED FOR PE, TV, h, PS, 023 WIN, 1960 COMPROMISED THROUGH IGNORANCE AND HISTORICAL HISTORICAL CARELESSNESS - STRESS ON ADHERENCE TO SECURITY REGULATIONS FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE. HANDLING OF REFUGEES AT COLLECTION POINTS, DEVELOPIENT OF THE AMPHIBIOUS DOCTRINE AND AT EVACUATION CENTERS, AOD IN EVACUATIONI USE IN VERTICAL ASSAULT. 204B5.0A SECRET UNDERWORLD, THE AREAS; ACTION TAKEN BY NILITARY PERSONNEL 16I NOTION PICTURE, 025 IN, 1963 AND RELIEF ORGANIZATIONS DURING EVACUATION O.N MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF CLEAED FOR E U A PHGSTEAM CONDENSERS 20510D UO. lp HIGHWAY PATROL IN CIRCULATING WATER SIDE DELINEATES THE SERIOUS THREAT OF THE SOVIET GERMANY 168 NOTION PICTURE 023 0IN, ESPIONAGE NETWORK BASED ON FACTS REVEALED 1611 MOTION PICTURE 010 Ill, 1953 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS AT THE PUBLIC SPY TRIAL IN LONDON, ENGLAND, CLEAAED FOR YE, TV, TH, PS UICL NARCH MAIN CONDENSER AND HOW IT HORKS. PREPARING, ENPLOYMENT OF MILITARY POLICE IN TRAFFIC CLEANING, INSPECTING, REPAIRING, TESTING OA ENEMY AGENT AND YOU, THE CONTROL OPERATIONS ON THE AUTOBAHN IN CAUSES OF DETERIORATION, CONDITION OF 161 MOTION PICTURE, 025Ill, 1965 GERSANY. VARIOUS PARTS REQUIRING REPAIR WORK, CLED FOR YE O- MAILITARY POLICE STORY, VARIOUS METHODS OF TESTING, INSPECTING, TECHNIQUES AND DEVICFS USED BY PROFESSIONAL THE REPAIRIN, AND TOOLS REQUIRED. ENENY AGENTS TO OBTAIN SECURITY INFORMATION 160N, IOTION PICTURE 033 Il, DN BENDING OAK TECHNIQUES RULES TO BE OBSERVED BY UNITED STATES CLEAJCED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS 16K NOTION PICTURE 017 INM, 1950 PERSONNEL SEUIY ENGAGED IN DEFENSE WORK FOR DCLEAAED D EP I CTS THE T RAm I I 111, C DU TIIES, ANDO FOR PE, TV, TH, PS RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MILITARY POLICE TECHNIQUES FOR BENDING OAK BILLETS FOR NAVY DA UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE CORPS. SHOWS lp ACTIVITIES IN GERNANY ADO NOTOR LAUNCH HULLS. THE BENDING MACHINES, 16" motion PICTURE, 013 MIN, 1965 KOREA TODAY. RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS. CLEARED FOR YE, PS CA SUMER MOVENENTS IN THE ON WAR OF INDEPENDENCE DEFINITION OF "UNAUTHOR!ZED DISCLOSURE' OF ARCTIC CLASSIFIED SECURITY INFORMATION HUMAN AND 16E, NOTION PICTURE 015 WIN, 1950 PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS TO AVOID COmPROMISES CLEAH, FO PE, T, TI SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF THE OF SECURITY INFORMATION. UNITED STATES NAVY TERRAIN FEATURES OF ARCTIC AND SUBARCTIC U61 MOTION PICTURE 021 %IN, A.N UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE REGIONS; PROBLEMS OF MOVEMENT CAMPING, AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS 16 NOTION PICTURE 013 SIN, 1965 SURVIVAL; USE OF VARIOUS VEHICLES. THE STORY OF THE REVOLUTION, THE CAUSES AND CLfAiEO FORPE, TVN, PS OA ICECAP I A CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE OF EVENTS. THE DEFI,TION OF 'UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE' OF 160 motion PICTURE 030 INl, 1953 FOUNDING OF THE NAVY, BATTLE OF VALCOUR CLASSIFIED SECURITY INFORMATION. HUMAN AND CLEWAED FOR PE, TV, S UNL ISLAND, JOHN PAUL JONES AND $ASHINGTON PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS TO AVOID COmPROmISES THE STORY OF TUE ARmY TRANSPORTATION CORPS ANO STRATEGY YORKTOWN. OF SECURITY INFORIATION. EXPEDITION ACROSS THERENLAN CECPI REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SU1, MOTION PICTURE. 204W1DON SMILE AND THE SWORD, THE THE SPRING ANDO SUMER DN NAVAL WARS WITH FRANCE 160 MOTION PICTURE 022 BIN, DA INFANTRY WEAPONS AND AND TRIPOLI, THE CLEADE0 FOR PE, TV, Nh, PS UKCL THEIR EFFECTS: U.S. PISTOL SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF THE THIS INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FILl IS AIRED AT CALIBER.45, SUBMACHINE GUN UNITED STATES NAVY DEFENSE CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES IHO HAVE CALIBER.30 16K NOTION PICTURE 026 BIN 1953 ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION. AN ACTUAL ACEED FOR E, TV, TH, PS UOCL CASE TAKEN FRON U. S. GOVERNMENT FILES 161 IOTIOPICTURE 008 SIN, 1954 C E R,t ILLUSTRATES CASES USED BY A COMMUNIST CLfANED FOR PE, TV, h, PS, HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY FROM 1705 ESPIONAGE AGENT TO GATHER VITAL IFHYORMATIOm HISTORICAL TO IR05, THE WAR WITH FRANCE FROMUNSUSPECTING PERSONS. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS, OPERATION, AND ARRIVAL AND THE OF WAR THE WITH UNITED TRIPOLI STATES - FLEETS IBB1-05. IN THE DA SSILE AND THE SWORD, THE USE IN COMBAT. MEDITERRANEAN, CAPTURE OF THE PHILADELPHIA, 16 MOTION PICTURE, 022 BIN, 1967 DESTRUCTION OF THE PHILADELPHIA BY DECATUR, E 2035-DA VARIABLE TIME BOYP AND THE FIRESHIP INTREPID, SHORE BOMBARDMENT OF - CLOAkED FOR PE, P UKL ROCKET FUZES TRIPOLI AND THE MARCH ON UERNA BY UNITED THIS INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FILl IS AIlED AT 16K0 MOTION PICTURE, 025 BIN, 1945 STATES MARINES UNDER LT. 0 BANNON, - DEFENSE CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION. NHO HAVE CLWAkED FOR YE AN ACTUAL DETAILS OF THE VT AND STANDARD UKCL 2054R.ON BOMB FUZES NAR OF 112, THE A CASE TAKEN FROM US GOVERNMENT FILES POINTING UP DIFFERENCES. DETAILS OF SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF THE ILLUSTRATES GUISES USED BY A COMMUNIST PRECAUTIONS TO BE EXERCISED IN HANDOLIG. UNITED STATES NAVY ESPIONAGE AGEN TO GATHER VITAL INFORMATION 168 MOTION PICTURE 020 SIN 1955 FROM UNSUSPECTING PERSONS DA ARCTIC ENGINE OIL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS DA CONSTRUCTION OF ARCTIC 16K NOTION PICTURE, 006 BIN, 1943 IGLOO CLEAAED FOR RE EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE WAR, ORIGINS OF FAMOUS NAMES AND SLOGANS SUCH AS - OLD 16K MOTION PICTURE, OlD BIN, 1948 A SPECIAL ARCTIC ENGINE OIL IS USED IN IRONSIDES., 00D T GIVE UP THE SHIP - - CLEAREO FOR YE UNKL VEHICLES OPERATING IN EXTREMELY LOW WE HAVE NET THE ENEMY AND THEY ARE OURS'- TEMPERATURES. A THREE-MAN IGLOO IS CCNSTRUCTED IN 3 HOURS LEVELS. IMPORTANCE OF PROPER OIL HIGHLIGHTED SPANGLED BANNER IS THE - BY WRITING FRANCIS OF SCOTT THE - STAR KEY. BY THREE MEN - ADVANTAGES OF IGLOO OVER TENT UNDERSCORED A ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND DN WORLD WIDE NAVAL DA CONBAT FIRING WITH HAND 16K: NOTION PICTURE 027 I'., 1951 OPERATIONS IN PEACE AND WAR GUNS GUM S CLEARkED H ISTORlCAL FOR YE, TV, th, PS,' NOTION PICTURE 017 VIM, 1944 SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF THE CLEARED FOR YE, HIST6RICAL FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS OF THE VARIOUS UNITED STATES NAVY RESEARCH LABORATORIES, SCHOOL AND BOARDS IN 161M MOTION PICTURE 023 BIN, 1956 CORRECT GRIPS; THREE BASIC FiRING THE DEVELOPMENT OF WEAPONS FOR THE U.S.. CLEARED FOR YE, TV, SH, PS POSITIONS; FIRING QUICKLY AND IMSTIXCTIVELY DN LAND THE LANDING FORCE - DEVELOPMENT OF STEAM POWER, THE SCREW F C-19

176 DO N#.2.C.4 PROPELLER. IMPROVED ORDNANCE. OCEANOGRAPIIY VRGAN OFCFO$13TOPEN. AND EXPLORATION. TO( NAVY ROLE IN M MAVE. BREAKERS AN COFCEFOM13 T REET PROTECTING AMERICAN CITIZENS AND PROMOTING SERES1IT0:11AC STATISTICAL DESIGN OF TRADE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD AND NAVY SUPPORT SEINSTELIGLENC REACHNO UPICTRE 2IN, F MILITARY OPERATIONS I1 FLORIDA, MEXICO UU NOTION GRIEIN PICTURE 197fI 020 so E T, P0UC 1IN, AN CALIFORNIA. 10 MTO ITR 2 Il 97a~f NFE V N SUC REuSA: ALSO DISTRIB UTED I1NSOO, MOTION PICTURE. tfw FOPE, TV, th, PS UNILFAN A CNEPS I CIVIL WAR, THE -PART I RAVE FORMS, EQUATIONS INVOLVING PERIOD. VELOCITY AND NAVE LENGTHS. NOW RAVES ARE DR DANGER -. STACKED DECK SEt~lM TITLE: HISTORY OF THE FORMED IN THE FETCH AREA, NOW THEY TRAVEL 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1960 UNITED STATES NAVY THROUGH DECAY, NOW REFRACTIONS TAKE PLACE C1,EAjD FOR PE, TV, tn, PS LU NTIO PICURE019 INusa IN SHOAL RATERS, AND BREAKERS ON THE BEACH. LEAOFOR PE, TV, tn, PS NL 201ON SREIEPCSESRULES BASIC TO FLIGHT DECK SAFETY ABOARD ON HOREINE ROCESESAIRCRAFT CARRIERS. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OF THE OPENING YEA. ' OF SERIES TITLE: BEACH DR LIVING OFF THE LAND THE CIVIL VAN THE MONITOR. INTELLIGiNCE IERRIIACK. TIGHTENING BLOCKADE, THE RATTLE 160 NOTION PICTURE 026 INI 1957 SERIES TITLE: SURVIVAL IN )F NEW ORLEANS AND JOINT ARMY- NAVY CLMOE FOR PE, TV, tn, PS NORTH TEMPERATE REGIONS IPERATIOMS ON THE COAST AND INLAND WATERS. 16E NOTION PICTURE 014 KIN, ON CIVIL WRAR, THE * PART HOW CURRENTS, RINDS, AND RAVES CiIAN6E REACH Ea FOR FE. TV, fn, PS PROFILES. II HOW TO SURVIVE UNDER ENERGENCf CONDITIONS TTE HITR OFTE ON INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL IN THE NORTH TEMPERATE REGIONS. SERIES TIL:HSOYKFTE1HCNAN I ss UNITED STATES NAVY ON PLAIN LETTERS EU0 NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, 1951 SERIES TITLE: REFRIGERATION OlAAd FOR FE, TV, Ill, PS UNCI 16E MOTION PICTURE, 010 KIN, 1957 SERIES TITLE: PRINCIPLES OF IAVL F HECIVL VETS ARFRO TE NDCLEAED FOR FE, TV, ill, PS PAPERWORK RANGENENT IAA EET A FO O HECVL HEEO160 NOTION PICTURE 013 INl, 1960 IF 1162 TO THE CLOSE OF THE WAR, DURING FUNCTION OF THE AUTOMATIC CONTROLS IN T NE CUEME FOR PE, TV, III, PS UNCIL IHICH TINE THE NORTH USED CONTROL OF THE REFRIGERATION CYCLE AND USE OF THE NANUAL.;EA AND INRLAND WATERS TO SPL IT THE CONTROL IN EMERGENCIES. QUALITIES OF EFFICENT, EFFECTIVE LETTER. :ONFEDERACY AND STIFLE THE SOUTH'S ECONOMY. WRITING ON EVAPORATOR CONTROLS ON NAVY DECLINE, THE HEW ON MOVING THE MAIL NAVY AND THE WAR WITH SPAIN -SERIES TITLE: REFNIGERATION NOTION PICTURE 001 KiNl 1957 SEIES TITLE: PRINCIPLES OF SERES ITE: ISTRYOF HE CLLED FOR PE, TV, III, PS ' PAPERWORK MANAGEMENT H leistil:hstref 6 NOTION PICTURE 014 MIN, 1960 UNITED STATES NAVY HOW THE THERMOSTATIC SWITCH AND SOLENOID CLEAE FOR PE, TV, Ill, PS 6U NOTION PICTURE 020 M1N, 1958 VALVE WORK TO DELIVER FULL FLOW REFRIGERANT IIAAED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS UNCI. TO THE THERMAL EXPANSION VALVE. FIFTEEN WAYS TO IMPROVE NAIL MOVEMENT DIFFERENTIAL IS EXPLAINED. HOW THE HME DECLICE OF THE NAVY FOLLOWING THE CIVIL SUPERHEAD IS USED BY THE THERMAL EXPAN'SION DR BETTER CORRIESPOTHODENCE IAR AND SUBSEQUENT BUILDING OF THE. NEW VALVE TO CONTROL THE FLOW OF REFRIGERANT PRACTICES% IAVY - IN THE 1110 S, BASED ON THE DYNAOIC INTO THE EVAPORATOR COIL. HOW THE SERIES TITLE: PRINCIPLES OF 'HILOSOPHY OF SEA POWER EXPRESSED BY ALFRED EVAPORATOR PRESSURE REGULATOR WORKS TO PPROKMNGMN HAYR TE MHA. LADNG OLEPLYEDUTRELEASE REFRIGERANT FRON THE EVAPORATOR TO l60 NOTION PICTURE 011 KIN, *HE NAVY IN DEFEATING SPAIN AND THE TH OPESR E1 FRPTNP K N1TRANCE OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE 20TH HN OPESR L~E O E V SUC :ENTURY AS A WORLD NAVAL POWER ON COW REBBOR CONTROLS NINE WAYS TO SAVE TINE 'AND MONEY IN EM1ARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SIN, NOTION PICTURE. SERIES TITLE: REFRIGERATION C0UESFODMCE MANAGEMENT DR TROUSLESHOOTING 160 NOTION PICTURE 006 BIN, Stl-ON MANAGING YOUR FORMS CIWE V, FORPE, t, PS SERIES TITLE: MARINE GAS CWE O E V N SSERIES TITLE: PRINCIPLES OF TURSINE ENGINE HOW THE LOW PRESSURE SWITCH TURNS ON AND PAPERWORK MANAGEMENT 60 MOTION PICTURE 016 #NIH 1954 OFF THE COMPRESSOR MOTOR VIA NOTOR 160 NOTION PICTURE 017 NIN, WbFOPETV,PS CONTROLLER. HOW SAFETY CONTROLS PROTECT CLEWkd FOR FE, TV, III. PS LEAAOFORE. V, IPSCOMPRESSOR ANO NOTOR..OCATING THE CAUSE OF TROUBLE WHEN A GAS DESCRIBES THE EFFICIENT DESIGN AND USE OF URBINE ENGINE FAILS TO START, ATTA IN ON CONDENSER CONTROLS NAVY FOMRMS AND CONNRN ERRORS. PROCEDURES OVER, KEEP 3;L PRESSURE OR MAINTAIN SERIES TITLE: REFRIGERATION FOR OBTAINING WELL DESIGNED FORM;.. ERORA16.0I NOTION PICTURE DOS KIN, DRN MANAGING YOUR REPORTS DN DIVING AND SURFACING - CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, fh, PS PART 3 SERIES TITLE: PRINCIPLES OF.- CONTROLS FOR THE CONDENSER OF A PAPERWORK MANAGEMENT SERIES TITLE: SUBMARINE, THE 5REFRIGERATION SYSTEM. HOW THE REFRIGERANT 16M NOTION PICTURE 011 INI, NOTION PICTURE 011 NIH, 1955 PRESSURE IN THE HIGH PRESSURE LINE CIS TUSED CLEjiE FOR FE. TV, tn, PS UMCL LEWED FOR FE. TV, tn, PS BY THE WATE REGULATING VALVE TO CONTROL THE FLOW OF WATER THROUGH THE CONESR DEFICIENCIES OCCURRING IN REPORTS AHD IN UUNERGING METHODS, POSITIVE. NEGATIVE AND USE OF THE WATER FAILUPE SWIT'CH AS REPORTING PROCEDURES. AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT EUTRAL BUOYANCY. PROTECTION FOR THF. COMPRESSOR. SUCH AS QUALITY OF CONTENT, FREQUENCY AND ON OPERATING SUBMERGED ON HISTORY OF THE UNITEDTINGPRHMIOADCS. PART 4 STATES NAVY HYDROGRAPHIC N NAVY DIRECTIVES SYSTEM, OFFICE THE SERIES TITLE: SU WARINE, THE 169 NOTION PICTURE 016 INI NOTION PICTURE 017 BIN, 1955 CLWEAA FOR PE, TV, th, PS SERIES TITLE: PRINCIPLES OF0 LEAEd FOR FE, TV, inl, PS PAPERWIORK MANAGEMENT CONTRIBUTION MADE By THE HYDROGRAPHIC 160 NOTION PICTURE 015 MIN, 1961 SE OF SPECIAL BA LAST TANKS AND TRIM OF FI CE TO THNE NA VY AND TO0 THE UNITED STATES CLEAED FOR FE. TV, th, PS UMCL ANKS, DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION OF THE AND FORE IGN MERCHANT MARINRES. ACTI V ITI ES,. NORKEL SYSTEM. ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND GROWTH O F THE RECORDS UISPOSAL PROBLEMS AND SUGGESTED C-20

177 00C 5O4.2-C*4 METHODS OF IMPROVEMENT. OFFICE MANAGEIENT HISTORICAL CARRY OUT THEIR TASK OF SEARCHING FOR AND TECNIIIQUES FOR OBTAINING EFFICIENT USE OF BARKING EMEMY POSITIONS FOR IMMEDIATE AIR RECORRD STORAGE SPACE AND TIMELY RECORDS DESCRIBES CHARACTERISTICS AND CAPABILITIES STRIKES. DISPOSAL ACTIONAS ARE DISCUSSED. OF TITAN III LAUNCH VEHICLE AND ITS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. COMPONENTS. DOCUMENTS ASSEMBLY OF TITAN III OF WHITE SCRAPBOOK, THE AT CAPE KENNEDY AND PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH. 20S1-OF EXERCISE PATHFINDER 16m NOTION PICTURE 040 IlB 1961 ALSO EXPLAINS TITAN 'S VERSATILITY IN EXPRESS CLED FOR PE, HISTOICAL URCL CARRYING A VARIETY OF SPACE VEHICLES. 160 NOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1968 THIS IS A STUDY Of GEN THOMAS D. WIHTE FROM REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1ICH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEARED HISTORICAL FOR PE, TV, th, PS, HIS CADET DAYS AT THE MILITARY ACADEMY TO OF AIR RESCUE IN SOUTHEAST CHIEF OF STAFF, USAF. CITES THE GENERAL'S ASIA -- PILOT WAS RESCUED DEPICTS LARGEST AIRBORNE TRAINING EXERCISE NOBLE NATURE, HIGH INTELLIGENCE, AND BY HELICOPTER, THE IN EUROPE. DEMONSTRATES US AND SPANISH LAMGU..GE PROFICIENCY, ALSO DEPICTS 16S motion PICTURE 014 MIN, 1967 TROOPS IN HYPOTHETICAL COMBAT SITUATION IN RETIREMENT CEREMONIES ENDING 41 YEARS OF CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, SPAIN. PICTURES PARATROOPERS IN MASS DEDICATED AIR FORCE SERVICE. HISTORICAL ASSAULT TO SECURE AIRFIELD. DEPICTS BULL REMARKS: ALSO.DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1 MCI, VIDEO TAPE. FIGHT AND RECEPTION GIVEN BY SPANIARDS IN DOCUMENTS A SUSPENSE.PACKED PILOT RESCUE HONOR OF PARTICIPANTS OF RATS DEEPFREEZE AIRLIFT MISSION OVER ENEMY TERRITORY. DEPICTS REARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE NOTION PICTURE 021 SIN, 1961 TEAMWORB OF HELICOPTER CREWS, SKYRAIOER CLEARED FOR PE, TY, N, PS, PILOTS AND THE AIRBORNE COMMAND POST IN OF TACTICAL AIR NOBILITY HISTORICAL ACHIE'.,HG A HIGH RECOVERY RATE.. THE WORD IS GO DOCUMENTS MATS DEEPFREE2E DOUENSMASDEPREZCARIFEONUTER-ED AIRLIFT CONDUCTED REMARKSS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 160 NOTION FOR PS, PICTURE HISTOICAL ODl MIH, ' 1968 IN 1960 TO SUPPORT THE ANTARCTIC SCIENTIFIC OF ADC LIFE SUPPORi TRAINING C F T A EXPEDITION. SHOWS HOW CREWS AIRLIFT SCHOOL DISCUSSES CHANGES IN TACTICAL AIR COVMANO'S EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES TO MCMUROO SOUND AND 160 NOTION PICTURE O1 MIN, 1968 (TAC) ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT TO AIRDROP 91,000 TONS OF FUEL OIL AT BYRD CLEARED FOR PS, HISTORICAL INCREASE M1OBILITY AND FLEXIILITY. REVIENS STATION AND SOUTH POLE STATION. OEPLOYMENT STRUCTURE OF PAST AND PICTURES REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIeUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PRESENTS TRAINING PROGRAM OF AEROSPACE REORGANIZATION AT SQUADRON LEVEL. OEFINES OEFENSE COMMAND'S (AOC) PARACHUTE JUMP BARE BASE CONCEPT. STRESSES NEED FOR OF WILLIAM TELL 1961 SCHOOLS. SINULATES INDOOR AND OUTDOOR JUNPS INSTANT CAPABILITY TO OPERATE FROM ANY BASE 16, MOTION PICTURE 012 NI USING UNIQUE EQUIPMENT. INTRODUCES SWING- ENVIRONMENT. INTRODUCTION BY GEN. GABRIEL CLEAOED FOR PE, TV, 'H, UMCL HARNESS TRAINING WITH ELEMENT OF SURPRISE P. DISOSIAY, TAC CONIIANOER. HISTORICAL TO PREPARE CREIMEN FOR PARACHUTE DRAG. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. REVIEWS WATER LANDING AND RAFTI NG HIGHLIGHTS 1961 WILLIAM TELL COMPETITION AT PROCEDURES. COVERS PARASAILING AS FINAL OF UNITED STATES AIR FCRCE TYNDALL AFB WHERE INTERCEPTOR AIR AND TEST IN SIMULATING ACTUAL JUMPP. IN SOUTHEAST ASIA GROUND CREWS COMPETE FOR TROPHIES. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16M MOTION PICTURE, 020 MIN g REMIARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DF LANDING WEATHER MINIMUMS CLEAED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL OF NEW LINE OF SIGHT, A INVESTIGATION PRESENTS A GENERAL DOCUMENIM Y ON AIR FORCE 16E NOTION PICTURE 016 BIN I motion PICTURE, 022 BIN, 1967 OPERATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA TURIHG CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UMCL CLEARED FOR PE, PS HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE AIR RESCUE, HISTORICAL RECONNAISSANCE, AIR STRIKES, ^ECURITY, STUDIES PROBLEMS FACING PILOTS MAKING CRASH AND RESCUE, ASSAULT AIRLIFT, NIGHT REVIEWS USAF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT APPROACHES UNDER LOW VISIBILITY CONDITIONS. OPERATIONS, FORWARD AIR CONTROL, AND ACHIEVEMENTS SINCE 1954 IN MISSILES, SPACE DEPICTS LANDINGS IN DEEP, SHALLOW AND CLOUD AIRBORNE COMMAND POST ACTIVITIES. VEHICLES, AEROSPACE REDICINE AND REENTRY BASE FOG: IN DRIZZLE WITH AND WITHOUT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PROBLEMS. WINDSHIELD WIPERS; AND WITH MISALIGNED REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. INSTRUMENTS. 20SS0-F COMBAT AND SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES AIR FORCE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 inch, VIDEO TAPE, ACTIVITIES, SEA.- M MAY 196D 2 KHE SANH VICTORY HIGHLIGHTS DF USAF COMBAT PHOTOGRAPHY FOR POWER AIR. m 161 MOTION PICTURE 016 MIN SOUTHEAST ASIA 16R NOTION PICTURE , 1968 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 16E MOTION PICTURE 027 INI 1968 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, J HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, to..,, UMCL HISTORICAL ImTO EXERCISE, VANDENBERG MISSILE LAUNCHES, SHOWS OVERWHELMING TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC B-58 RECORD BREAKING FLIGHT, TACTICAL DRAMATIZES THE USAF COMBAT PHOTOGRAPHY AIR POWER ihich SUPPORTED MARINE GROUND. FIREPOWER REVIEI, AIR REFUELING, HIGH MISSION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. REVEALS HOW A FORCES AT ORE SARA FROM JANUARY TO APRIL ALTITUDE RECONNAISSANCE, C-130 ANTARCTIC SERIOUS TECHNOLOGICAL GAP IN THE CITES THE COORDINATED TEAMNWORK OPERATION, C-123 AIR DROPS, BOMARC FINAL DEVELOPMENT OF EQUIPMENT, PROCESSES AND BETWEEN AIR AND GROUND FORCES WHICH TEST, C-141 DEBUT, EXERCISE BIG LIFT, TECHNIQUES WAS CLOSED BY USAF. HIGHLIGHTS ISUCCESSFULLY REPELLED MASSIVE ENEMY IMPROVED THOR LhUNCHING, AND TITAN II AEROSPACE AUDIOVISUAL SERVICE (AAVS) ATTACKS. ALSO DEPICTS CONSTANT AIRLIFTING LAUNCHIMG. DEVELOPMENT OF THE "BLISTER'' CAMERA OF SUPPLIES TO BASE AND MEDICAL EVACUATION REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEOTAPE. INSTALLATION. SHOWS.00 PHOTO LABS ARE OF CASUALTIES DESPITE HEAVY ENEMY FIRE. HOUSED AND EQUIPPED TO SERVE AS NERVE REMARKS ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE F ALL WEATHER TESTING OF CENTERS IN THE AIRSTRIKE COMBAT DOCUMENTARY AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS (COMDOC) MISSION. DEPICTS THE ACTUAL OF SATELLITE COMIMUNICATIONS 160 MOTIONPICTURE O17 NIH 1965 PROCESING OF COMBAT FOOTAGE AND DELIVERY. TACTICAL SATELLITE CLEADED FOR PE, TV, 'l, PS, ' TO COMMANDERS ANM INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS FOR COMUNICATION PROGRAM PT I, HISTORICAL RAPIL POST STRIKE MISSION ANALYSIS. SHOWS PROG 590 DHOW CONDOC FOOTAGE FILLS AN IMPERATIVE NEED 6R. MOTION PICTURE, 024 NIN 1968 DESCRIBES TESTS CONDUCTED IN DESERTS, POLAR IN MANY AREAS. CLEARED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL REGIONS, AND OTHER EXTREMES OF TEMPERATURE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AND ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS TO DETERMINE R DESCRIBES THE FIRST STEPS TOWARD SATISFYING AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS RELIABILITY. 20P46-DF SPARROW HAWKS, THE DOD'S NEEDS FOR GLOBAL TACTICAL SATELLITE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16 NOTION PICTURE 009 BIN, 1968 COMMUNICATIONS. DISCUSSES THE ROLE OF THE TITAN III RESEARCH AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, To, PS, SPACE AND MISSII.E SYSTEMS ORGANIZATION, ANO 2069 DVOF PT FOR AY HISTORICAL THE VARIOUS OTHER AIR FORCE, ARMY, NAVY, DAVELOPDENT FOR TODAY AND CONTRA TOR ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN AND TOMORROW PAYS TRIBUTE TO FORWARD AIR CONTROLLERS WHO THE PROGRAm. DETA!LS TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF motion PICTURE 014 IgK 1967 FLY HAZARDOUS SPOTTING MISSIONS IN TACTICAL SATELLITE CONMUNICATIONS AN 0 % CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS, SOUTHEAST ASIA. SHOWS HOW PILOTS PLAN AND CULMINATES WITH THE LES-5 SATELLITE AND THE F9I902-1IRS C ~.. :::::.:

178 ESIOLIS OF ITS EXPIERIIENTS CADDY' "ARMY VS NAVY'' ETC. Ia. analn PRCew 020 all, 1955 '3NRS: ALSO DISTNIMIITED I113/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PRMEL 15 a1510 I at fi FE, lifthicn. mnci APRC STAFF FILM REPORT EVENTS RIG LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAKS VAR$ UP IN 22t lee NOTION PICTUR, 3011M, 1956 FLOVIWA'S SUNSHINE FOR SEASON AHEAD; 0 NOTION PICTURE 01211K COWAE FOR PE Ma ' 'SULKY SULLI VAN'R CONES UP 40 LENGTHS TO DW FR P, TV t PStom. IIN Sma ARITA OwN..EAED OR P, V ''AL *SKI JUMPING' ' - SPEED BIKE CLASSIC' ISTRI'LGOLF' CI LORER'S BOXINMG TOURNANMET' DF I/E SPORTSREEL 226 EPICTS DEVELOPMENT STAGES AND TIESTI G TRACK 3EETS'- 'SCE DEEP SEA 16M NOTION PICTURE 018 KIN, 15 ECESSARY TO DETERMINE 8.1 CAPABILITIES FIIIG'. BOILING'' - 'BASEBALL.'C' A~OPEHS6IA EFOKE PRODUCTION OF THE FIRST PROTOTYPE 221D I PRIEL 15 AAINMUTISSEEO K ET *.* - I 1CRAIT. EVENTA &ISPRSE 15BAAINMUTNS CNEO SK ME: lars:als DSTIBUED1K3/4INHVIDOTAM AMERICAP SCILING CONGRESS OPENS AT 31RS ISRBTDI L 34ICVDEEAE 6 NOTION PICTURE, il KIN, 1956 SY1AC8SE: NAVY JUNIORS COMPETE IN BOXINIG' DF EYES AND EARS OF THE CLEAkEd FOR PE UINCI FIRALS: ARNOLD PALMER IS GOLF ^HANP; * ARCTIC - -- THE DEN SYSTEM SD' KENTICKY WIMS fuiiuth NCAA BASKETBALL TITL E; ITUE0311 'onto OLYMPIC TRIALS' IHE IE CANADIAN HOCKEY TEAS COPS STANLEY CUP'; T~ FOTIR PICUE, N 033 I,P 1974 'U.S. OPEN'' - RIDE 1E1 COWBOY' ' ALL- PRESIDENT THROBS FIRST BALL TO OPEN0.EADOPTil S STAN GAME." BSBL ESN PENS WITH A REVIEW OF THE PLANNING, 212S2-DA I&[ SPORTSNEEL OF III SPORTSREEL 227 ONSTRUCTION AND FORMAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE EVENTS EKTINPCU 08MfUI ISTANT EARLY WARNING (DEWI) SYSTEM. A CHAIN 6ENTOPIUR,2KN,1960 C NII.H P~ICTUE, ,195 F RAOAR STATIONS ACROSS THE AN'IC 16 NOIO PITR,2w i. E Hý IA K ASTIELANDS. EXPLAINS OPERATION OF THE TIN TAB WINS KENTUCKY DERBY; COLLEGE YSTER. AND DUTIES Dc CIVILIAN AND MILI T ARY 'ARMY RUNNERS SNASH RECORDS'' 'BASFLY- STUDENT IS CHAMPION OF 3300-FOOT JUMP AT ERSONNEL. PICTURES THE ATTRACTIONS AND No KIDDING'' '1'MODl. PLANES'' 'ANTIQUE PRCIFBE;MRNSHS OLG RC ANGERS Of THE ARCTIC ENVIRONMENT. POINTS CASSIL OL' NDME'IBTERMEET;VCIES RAAAHNNN HOSIN CHPOLLHEPS TRC UT THERSS1PPCHIRT GIVDENGSIENTSTSOA AND DIVING'' ' 'HABBLETONIAN' ETC. HELD 'At BOILING A'FB; RUSSI..I EIGHT LIFTERS GIEERHS IN STHDEIR COLDREGIONS SMOLRTANDEO 14-A IESOTIEL 15 COP ALL BUT FEATHERWEIGHUT CLASS AT C41CAGO EOUPH YSI ALISTUIES. STRESESLT PICPOTANCES OFEV3lENTSPRSEL 15 MEET; DUKE U AND VILLANOVA CHAMPIONS AT EUPPLYT BYAROLIF TH AEN SYSEALIFT PONCETURSEE PERK RELAYS; BOTORCYCLE CL~d HOLDS MEET IN IPOTAN F HE RLE EM YSEM N ONCRT160 NOT!ON PICTURE.?1 0i, l156 OSPITAL CANYON; STAN KUSIAL SMACKS 3,000THj ITH OTHER STRATEGIC FORCES. CLEAED FOR PE UNCI HITý MAKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. 1 CLUDES 'NAT IONAL TENNI S' 'OLYMPIC DF Ill SPORTSREEL DF COMIAT HUNTER PHASE III WOMEN'' *X'ING FOOTBALL TAKES OVER'' - 1E UDTIC5PICTURE 0214WIN, 1958 *' "'' AN NOTION PICTURE 024 BIN, 1972 'SPORT FLASHES'' 'ODCUP POWERBOATS.'C' HDOM A 9 D. KIST6RICAL!ESTD OR P, V t, S UC DA ISE SPORTSIEEL ' 1956 CRACKUP I I THE '500' AT INDI1ANAPOLI S; EVENTS MEETING OF KILERS; HEAVY SEAS FOR BERMUDA EFINES OBJECTIVES OF THIS JOINT AIR 16E NOTION PICTURE, 020 BINk, 1956 YACHT EVENT; THE BOYS FROM PLANET 0; JUNIOR ORCE/ANNY TEST CF THE MAVERICK 3ISSiLE. CLEAED FOR PE M ISS BASEBALL GAME; TIV TAM BEATEN; DERNY OCUMENTS PREPARATION, PRE-TEST. AND TEST A PO ON;MK AIGI OEVLE MUSE. SUMMARIZES TES.T RESULTS. AIR FORCE GRID DEBUT.. INTER-SERVICE NJ' EPPEN 00 OLF BIKEACPIONGHIN BATCH.LLE M1ARIS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/11 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. BOXING. -.9JRLD SERIES..NJ OPN GL CHMISIP AT. 221O MISLEXLSVDEIE DF l/e SPORTSIEEL OF D/E SPORTIREEL 2219 SAFETY 16E NOTION PICTURE 022 KIN, NL4OTION? PISTR 2 IC N, 19CI ill NOTIO.1 PICTURE 014 BIN, 1561 CLEA*D FOR PE. HISTIIRICAL 'K UCLNDFRPMS6I$ K NEADf FOR PE, TV, tn, PS, UN ETRSTH 91AMYIAYFOTALGM AMERIC.41 LEAGUE WINS ALL STAR GAME; WOMEN'S TRCA.TRACES DEVELOPIENT OF BOTH TEAMS FROM AND 13'S NATIONAL AAU CHAMPIONSHIPS HELD; TRANIG TE IGDAYOMN O AVYTRUNEDPANCHO GONZALES WINS TENNIS TOURNEY; EMONSTRATES HAZARDS IPVOLVED WHEN MISSILE TRIIGT H I A HNNV RUCDHAMMLE 1 'ONIAN TRACK IS CONTRASTED WITH UPLOSIVE DEVICES ARE MISHANDLED. EXPLAINS ARMY ROS~LTRACK; ROY HARRIS IS HEAVYWEIGHT URPOSE AND NATURE Of FUSES, SQUIBS, OF 1/E SPORTSRIEEL 223 CONTENDER ' SNI TERS. INITIATORS, ETC. OUTLINE! SAFETY 16E NOTION PICTURE 020 KIN, OF I/E BPORTSNEEL 230 ROCEDURES FOR HANDL ING. INSTALL;NG AND CEkDFRPHS6IA NIIENTO ITR 2 I,15 :STING SUCH DiVICES. C DFRPHS IA NL1MMTO ITR 2 I,15.MARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 iiz%" VIDEO TAOE. DETROIT LIONS DEAF CLEVELAND DROWNS TO COP CLEH FOR PE. KIST6RICAL UACL OF MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS FOR PR:j-GRID) CHAMPIONSHIP~; FACIAL EXPRESS 'ONS AUSTRALIA'S HERB ELLIOTT RUNS MILE IN 3 DEPOT MAINTENANCE O0 FANS TELL STORY IN WRESTLING; WEST MNTS5 N /DSCNS ISEWL VIRGINIA HOOPSTERS BREAK NORTH CAROL INA'S CAPUTRES,5AN5/0SCD; ITEVL X~ NOTION PICTURE 032 KIN, 1963 WINNING STREAK AT KINTUCKY INVITATION CATISPRO GOLF l959 CHAdPIONSHIP;.EAED FOR?E, TV, I'D, PS, TOURNAMENT ; DROWN KO' S LOPE!, INR THE DOW' SERVIEE E SAIA RODEO IN S CAIF Y RNA ITOR ICAL GAMES, ORFGOR LOSES TO OHIO'STATE 10.1 YANKEES STAGE ANRNUAL OLDTMR' AYAI MISSISSIPPI ROOTS TEXAS OKLAHOMA FORCE MOLDS WORLDWIDE SfIMMING AND DIVING ESCRIWES FOUR MAJOR SYSTEMS IM USAF OVERRUNS DUKE 48-21, AND NAVY DEFEATS RICE. CKA11#IONSHIPS; THE BOYS FROM PLANET 0 TEACH AINTENANCE-MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE AND LESS1N IN TRAFFIC SAFETY; LABRADOR0 UTLINES THEIR FUNCTIONS IN SUPPI.,RTING OF DIE SPONTSREEL 224 RETRIEVERS GO THROUGH THEIR TRAINING PACES; PERATION OF DEPOT MAINTENANCE SHOPS. 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN,15 LAKE WASHINGTON. SEATTLE, IS SCENE OF GOLD IRECTS ATTENTION TO REPORTS, SUMUARIES, C195DFR E IITRIA UCU lp MOS. ND CHARTS AND SHOWS NOW HESE DEVICES ARE EE FRPHS61CLNL SED TO CONTROL LABOR. PRODUCTION, AND TWO MO'S SCORED IN SUBNOVICE BOUTS; OSCAR OF I/E SPORTSREtL 231 1S.ROBERTSON, H. OF CINCINNATI AND GUY 161E. NTION PICTURE 020 %IN, 1958 :LARK: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. RODGERS. TEMPLE U.., MAKE BASKETBALL CLEARE FOR PE, HiST6RICAL A HEADLINMES; FLASHBACKS SHOW H I1641 I GHTS OF 215-A I&I SPORTSREEL ROY CAMPANELLA'S BASEBALL CAREER; DETROIT ALTNEA bifson AND ASHLEY COOPER COME OUT EVENTS SCHOOL TEACHER WINS WOMEN'S ICE SKATE WINNERS THE 1956 WOMEN'S AND MEN'S9 M NOTION PICTUPS, 35 1IN, 1956 CHAMPIONSHIP: IOWA'S ARTHUR ALLEN WINS 34. TENNIS CWAKPIONSHIPS: BASEBALL TEAM FROM.EAIIED FOR PE MIILE DOG SLED DERBY;: I TAL IAN TEAK CROW.IED KONTE111EY, EXICO. WINS US CHAMP I GSH IP WORLD'*S DOSSLED I NG CHAMPS; TON I SA ILER,AGAIN; POLO GROUNDS BECOMES A STOCK CAR FOOTBALL UPSET OF THE SEASON'' * MODERN OLYMPIC CHAMP, WINS SKI CHAMPIONSHIP. RACE TRACA; ARMY. NAVY AND AIR FORCE ENTATHLON ' ' ' I R ISH UPSET I N LAST GAME'' FOOTBALL TEAMS SHAPE UP FOR THE 19'B1 'IRON CURTAIN THRILLER''.'CANINE OF l/e SPORTINEEL 225 SEASON. 9U2. I06 C-22

179 Do 504o.2C.4 ThLEP DFRPEVTNPS INCL OF 1I/ SPORTIREEL 232 CALIFORNIA UPSETS WEST VIRGINIA IN LE FOR PE,,TV, TJJPS 160. NOTION PICTURE , 195 THE NCAA BASKETBALL FINALS; BOSTON DEFEATS THE FIRST DEMONSTRATION FLIGHTS OF THE MEARED FOR PE, HISTLCAL " MI NNEAPOLIS IN THE PRO BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS; WRIGHT PLANE IN EUROPE AA, AMERICA, THE In HOCKEY, MONTREAL'S CANADIANS WIN THE FIRST MILITARY PLANE, THE FIRST WOMAN TO YANKEES DEFEAT BRAVES IN 1951 WORLD SERIES: STANLEY CUP FROM TORONTO'S MAPLE LEAFS 5-3; FLY AID 'ANY OF THE HISTORICAL FLIGHTS MADE THE FAMOUS RASKETBALL GLOBETROTTERS STAGE A OXO WINS ENGLAND'S GRAND NATIONAL; JAI 4H BY THE WRIGHTS. HILARIOUS BENEFIT GAME AT MADISON SQUARE TAKES FOUR TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONShIP REIIIARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAA[E. GARDEN; IN FOOTBALL, ARMY TOPS NOTRE DANE CROWNS; IN BOXING, 'INOERGARTEN ASPIRANTS 14.2, MAVY UPSETS MICHIGAN 20-14, AND AIR TRAIN AT NAVAL ACADEMY, BOY MEETS GIRL IN ON WlIGHT BROTHERS PART 4 FORCE DEFEATS STANFORD THE RING AT DALLAS AND VINCE HONO KO'S FREDDIE DAVIS IN THE GOLDEN GLOVES SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF 212M.-OF li/e SPORTSREEL 233 TOURNA4ENT. FLIGHT 1601 NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, I5 16D0, NOTION PICTURE 028 4IN, 1970 CLEAE FOR Pf, HIST6RICAL DF I/E SPORTSREEL 239 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS 1611 NOTION PICTURE 019 ll,, 1959 PITTSBURGH TIES UNDEFEATED A,:lY 14.14, CLEAED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL THE FIRST AMERICAN PILOTS ARE TAUGHT TO NOTRE DARE SINKS NAVY 40-20, AND ARMY FLY. EARLY EXPERIMENTS IN THE MILITARY USE DEFEATS RICE 14-7, CLEVELAND BROWNS DEFEAT IN HORSE RACING, NARASSA MAULER WINS MOOD OF THE AIRPLANE. THE FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL CHICAGO CARDINALS 39-24, AND NEW YORK MEMORIAL, TOMMY LEE NINS RENTUCKY DERBY AND FLIGHT AND THE FIRST AIRCRAFT OF THE NAVY. GIANTS OVERTAKE THE BALTIMORE COLTS 24-21; ROYAL ORBIT TAKES FIRST PLACE IN THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/41NCH, VIDEO TAPE. IN THE INTERNATIONAL HORSE RACE AT LAUREL, PREAKNESS; ALEX OLMEDO, NEW TENNIS CHAMP, MARYLAND, AN AMERICAN ENTRY, TUCOR ERA, SHOWS THAT HE IS A ''GOOD TENNIS ON WTIGHT BROTHERS PART 5 FINISHES FIRST BUT LOSES FIRST PLA:E ON AN NEIGHBOR''; IN BIKE RACIAG, CYCLISTS UPHELD FOUL TO AUSTRALIA'S ENTRY, SAILOR'S COMPETE IN GERMANY; GKOTON SCHOOL-"kSTER SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF GUIDE. IN BIG TEN GRID GAES., NORTHWESTERN WINS 26 MILE IARATHONTOP TRACK STAiS FLIGHT TROUNCES OHIO BUCXEYES 21-0; UNDEFEATED COMPETE IN LOS ANGELES RELAYS; AND IN 1611a OTION PICTURE. 028 BIN, 1970 HUIKEYES FALL TO OHIO STATE 28 TO.; AND BASEBALL, WASHINGTON SENATOR'S KILLEBREW CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS - CALIFORNIA DEFEATS WASHINGTON i2-7. CLIMBS THE HOME RUN LADDER. THE DEATH OF WILBUR WRIGHT IN 1912 AND OF lie SPORTSREEL OF I/E SPORT3REEL ; AIRCRAFT AND AEROBOATS DESIGNED 1611 NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, g MOTION PICTURE, 020 BIN, 1959 BY IRI GUT. DEVELOPMENT OF THE BUG, THE CLAAED FOR PE, HISTORICAL UNL CLEARED FOR P., HISTORICAL FI RST AMERICAN GUIDED MISSILE AND TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS MADE BY ORVILLE WRIGHT. AIARDS AIR FORCE ACADEMY FALCONS FINISH H HOMETOWN BOY, RODGER WARD, WINS AND HONORS RECEIVED BY THE BROTHERS. BRILLIANT SEASON BY DEFEATING THE COLORADO INDIAEAPOLIS "500''- SORT RIDERS COMPETE REMRKS ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/A IALO, VIDEO TAPE. BUFFALOES AND EARNING A TRIP TO THE DALLAS IN THE INTERNATIONAL SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS RI COTTON BOWL; AT THE MUNICIPAL STADIUM IN AT HONOLULU; GRANT GARCIA OUTIANEUVERS THE DA WRENCHES PHILADELPHIA, 102,001 FANS WATCH ARMY'S ROGUE RIVER'S TREACHEROUS RAPIDS TO WIN BLACK KNIGHTS OVERRUN NAVY 22.8; BEHIND- OREGON'S ANNUAL BOAT RACE; ATHLETES COMPETE SERIES TITLE: CARE AKO USE OF TUE.S'ENES ACTIVITIES AT NEST POINT AND IK THE INTERNATIONAL PENTATHLON AT FORT SAM HAND TOOLS - PART I 0 ANNAPOLIS ARE FILLED WITA EXCITEMENT PRIOR HOUSTON; PARTSA WINS ENGLISH DERBY AT EPSON 16M1 lotion!cture, 020 min, 1943 TO THE ARMY-NAVY GAME. DOWINS, AS SWORD DANCER HITS BELONU'"S CLEARED FOR PE,PS USL JACKPOT FOR 93,000 DOLLARS; BILLY CASPER 21.)lD-OF l/e SPORTSREEL 235 WINS US OPEN GOLF TO',RNAMENT. DO'S AND DON'TS IN CORRECT USE OF WREN"NES 1611, OTION PICTURE 019 WIN, ADVANTAGES AND SPECIAL USES OF VARI]OUS CLEAWED FOR PE, HISTORICAL UNOL ON PROJECT DEFINITION PHASE TYPES OF WRENCHES. (" p) -... IN THE BOWL GAMES, IOWA OVERPOWERS 1611, OTION PICTURt. 033 BIN, DA PLIERS AND SCREWDRIVERS CALIFORNIA 38.12, LSU BEATS CLEMSON 7.0; CLEARED FOR PF, TV, TH, PS 1611 MOTION PICTURE, 014 KIN, o FALCONS TIE TCU 0.0 AS OKLAHOMA DEFEATS F.'.CL U SYRACUSE IN PRO FOOTBALL, BALTIMORE'S TECHIIQ,ýUE FOR SYSTEM DEVELOPENNT. CLEARED FOR PE, PS COLTS BEAT NEW YORK'S GIANTS ; IN TECHNICAL, COST, SCHEDULE AND MANAGEMENT DO'S AND DON-TS FOR USING PLIERS AND TEMNIIS, ALEX OLVEDO RETURNS THE DAVIS CUP ASPECTS OF A PROJECT. SCREWDRIVERS EMPHASIZING SAFETY AND TO THE US; FOOTBALL IIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE 14 PROTECTIVEMEASURES. OF THE MOST SENSATIONAL RUNNING PLAYS OF ON WRIGHT BROTHERS - rart P THE 195I SEAS N DA CHISELS CARE AND USE OF SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF HAND TOOLS - PART III OF Il/E SPORTSREiL 236 FLIGHT , NOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, M NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN , NOTION PICTURE, 01211, 1943 CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ' CLEARED FOR PE, PS DO'S AND OOA'TS IN PROPER USE OF VARIO.S '' """ INTER SPORTS FANS SEE REAL ACTION AS EARLY FAMILY LIFE AMP THE FIRST BUSINESS DOS AN DOLT IN POPER UEOFNIOUS SKIERS. BOBSLEDDERS, AND ICE SKATERS VENTURES OF THE NRIGHT BROTHERS. THE FIRST TYPES OF COLD CHISELS COVERING TECHNITUES COMPETE FOR VARIOUS TITLES AND HONORS IN ATTEMPTS TO FLY WITH GLIDERS AND THE FIRST O GI NDING AN-EEIG -SFT EIIRO*E; 56TH ANNUAL AMERICAN BOWLING FLIGHT OF A HEAVIER-THAN-AIR POWER.DRIVER PRECAUTIONS. CONGktSS OPENS IN ST. LOUIS; BASKETBALL ALL MACHINE DA MARNERS STARS TANGLE AT DETROIT; I RuOOR TRACK FANS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SEE RON DELANEY WIN THE HALF-MILE AGAINST SERIES TITLE: CARE AND USE OF TOM MUkPHY AS JOHN THOMAS BREAKS WORLD'S ON WRIGHT BROTHERS - PART 2 HAND TOOLS - PART IV 0 HIGH JUeP RECORO. SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OFLN1' MOTION PICTURE, 011 MIN, OF I/E SPORTSREEL 237 FLIGHT 1611 NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, MOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, 1970 DO'S AND DON' TS IN CORRECT USE OF VARIOUS DEIS - ' CL WAED FOR Pf, HIST6RICAL CLEARED FOR P., TV. th. PS U4CL TYPES OF HAMMERS WITH EMPHASIS ON SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. RON DELANEY SETS A NEI NI1LE MARK AT INDOOR THE MEN INVENTIONS AND IMOVATIONS DEVISED TRACK MEET; GOLDEN GLOVES DRAWS LARGEST BY THE IRIGHTS TO DISPLAY THEIR NEW ON BROKEN NONES FIGHT CROID I N 9 YEARS; WORLD SKAT I AIRCRAFT. CHAMPIONSHIP HELD AT COLORADO SPRINUS; REKARKS: ALSO DISTRIFpITED IN 3;4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SERIES TITLE: WHAT TO 00 MAJOR LEAGUES GET INTO SHAPE FOR *59 ABOUT SEASON ON WIGHT BROTHERS - PART 3 16, NOTION PICTURE, 001 MIN, CLEAAED FOR PE DF I/E SPORTSREEL 236 SERIES TITLE: HISTORY OF 16l NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1959 FLIGHT THIS NEDICAL PROGRAM DEALS WITH TREATMENT - " CLEDA*T FOR Pf, HIST6RICAL 16MM. NOTION PICTURE, 020 II9, 1970 OF FRACTURES..C- F OP C-23

180 SCRFIESIIIA1INE DURING AM ACTUAL ASV EXERCISE If 10 EINTO PICTURE 02411, 19C m viathe PACIFIC. daed FO PE, IV, VIOL6 SE1IES TITLE: NAYT LOI ON 1101M. LINE AND HELO PROPERTIES AND ACTION OF LASER BEAN, 0 NOIONPICURE029Ill IOTON ICTRE 27 11,1969 MILITARY APPLICATIONS, USE IN MEDICINE AND 1'T NiISTMIRAL AM CEA* FOR PE, TV, Ni RIO. SCIENTIFIC iiesearcii. AND FUTURE POTENTIAL. OF THE LASIER. IVY LOG IS A NEW SERIES OF HALF-NOUN1 VARIOUS USES OF HELICOPTERS INI THE NAVY. :EKLY DRAMATIC PRESENTATIONS BASED ON TRUE AND THEIR UNIQUE CAPABILITIES IN FLEET AND bA AUTOMATIC VOICE NETWORK 0 ICIDENTS IN TNE SERVICE LIVES OF NAVY SUPPORT OPERATIONS. AUTOVON :OPLE. EACH ONE TELLS THE MOVING HUMAN 16M MOTION PICTURE 020 MIlk, 1964 DRY OF SOME INCIDENT OF TRIAL OR TRIUMPH, ON AROUND THE WONLD OF CIIAA FOR PE, TV, PS IDRAGE OR CAMARADERIE IN THE LIFE OF A POLARIS IVY w~ ON f"iu. 1S MOTION PICTURE 023 WIN, 1971 FEATURES AND OPERATION OF AUTOVON -0 NOWv O NAYS lueangls.the CLEAAE FOR PE, TV, th SYSTEM'S GFNERAL PURPOSE AND 'HOT LINE' '...-> 216-N NV111AGL.TICAPABILITIES PROVIDE DIRECT TELEPHONE W.* [A MOTION PICTURE 029 SIN 1958 WORLE-VIDE SCOPE OF POLARIS, THE AMERICAN SERVICE IN NORMAL AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. -.. AAD FOR PE, HISTNICAL ' Ud UNDERSEA DETERRENT. SCENES OF THE FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE SUBMARIAE BASES AT HOLY 2232S-DR COMPUTER SYSTEMS IN :FICERS AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL OF THE LOCH, SCOTLAND. PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII AND PERSONNEL ACCOUhTINO.UE ANGELS SQUAD. THE PLANNING, TRAININAR AMNGA.HSOICLA0 OTM 611 NOTION - CTURE 023V,16 kneuvers AND FLIGHT PAfTEENS REQHIRED TO 'OARY CULTU RES OF THE AREAS OF DEPLOYMENT.CEAFOPT SLNL IKE THIS AERIAL TEAM ONE O F THE MOST Fie SUBMARINE AND TENDER OPERATION' ARE FW ORPtTV.SUK ICTAdULVI IN THlE WORLD. EXPLAINED DURING INTERVISIS WITH STORY OF ACQUISITION AND APPLICATION OF D10 MEDITERRANEAN PATROL OERATIONAL COMMANDERS. NARRATED BY ED HOPS IN THE 4TH U.S. ARMY IN THE AR!A OF.. U.,JIO 09 PCTRE IN 151REIMERS. PERSONNEL ACCOUINTING EA& FOR PE ON BALLAD OF JOHN GREENE. 2233S-OA FIRST 3000, THE I ASY SQUADRON ON TWO WEEKS ACT IVE DUTY IN THE 16U MOTION P'(TURE 028 SIN, 1,72 MICAND ITALY. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 SIN, 1971 CLEAAED FOR PE, HIST6IC.AL ONCL 212-N RN FVLRCLEAAD FOR PE, TV, iii, PS ' SHOWS THE PHYSICAL PROCESSES AT MORN IN THE 21123TION PITRIN OF3 ALN,16 TRAINING FIR PILOTS IN THE A' AIRCRAFT. F IRST 3,G.JU FEET OF THE ATMOSPHERE, WE MOTIO PICUE, 023 N, 196, DESCRIBES THE ARMY'S RESEARCH IN T:115 AREA EAAD OR P, VIi, UNCI ON SEA OF CONTENTION AND ITS PRACTICAL USES. STORCAI.16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 tin, 1971 IFE OF MIDSHIPMEN AT THE UNITED STATES CLWEAA FOR PE, TV, fh UKL DA OPERATION INCHON ývai ACDEMY. 16MM MOTION r JURE 01UNIN, NACTIVITIES OF THE SIXTH FLEET AND THE CLOSE CLEAAD FOR PE, -,V, til, 213-N BEYOND MAGELLAN TIES BETWEEN THE U.S. NAVY AND THE NAVI ES HISTORICAL U NOTION PICTUJRE, 028 OiN, 1961 OF THt NATO COUNTRIES IN KEEPING OPERATION AAd FOR PE, TV READINESS FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE. A DOCUMENTARY ON THE ACTI VI T IES OF THE ON FORCES IN KOREA PURING AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER ISMERGED TRIP AROUND THE WOPLD NY THE ON DIAMOND IN THE SKY CLEAR SUdMARINE. UM TRITON. 16MM MOTIOIN PICTURE 014 Sin, 1972 C[W P, V, FR HUNCI DA INVISIBLE BATTLEGROUND, ON rauer FOR COATINENT CLEAIST ORICAL VtH THE (ANTARCTICA) 16MM '.TIOM PICTRE 031 INk, 1962 U OTO PICTURE 030 NIH, 1963 THE VIEWER IS PLACED IN THE PILOT'S SEAT, CL-IAhd FOR PE, TV. fh, rs, t FRP, KE TV, IN, UNLTHROUGH AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY, AS THE HISTORICAL EFTORICAI NAVY'S BLUE ANGELS GO THROUGH MANEUVER3. STORICAL EFFORTS AND FACI LI T IES AT ELECTRONIC IERATION DEEPFREEZE NAVY'S SUPPORT ON ATOMIC WEAPONS AND FIRE ENVIRONMENTAL TEST FACILITY, FT. HIUACHUCA, 160M NOTION PICTURE 029 SIN, 1961 TO SOLVE RADIO INTERFERENCE PROBLEM OF THE 21971J-DN BIOGRAPHY Of ANIMIAL CEFAWE FOR PK, Tv, I'l, Ps ' U9CL F IELD AMY. NIlIITZ A MOTION PICTURE, 0281IN, 1963 CHARACTERISTICS AND REACTIONS UNDER VARIOUS DA OCSIGO REPORTS - EAST WAED FOR PE WICL CONDITIONS OF CERTAIN EXPLOSIVES. METHODS COAST RELAY STATION USED IN PUJTTING OUT FIRES. 16MM IOTION PICTURE 013 VI, 1961 IFE OF FLEET ADMIRAL CHESTER 1. NIMITZ [dfrp,,incluc ;TION FOOTAGE FROM WORLD WAR 11: DOR QUARTERMASTFR QUALITYCLADFOP, ITRA UL CONTOL FOR CLOTHING AND ADVANCED AUTOMATIC :01MUIlCATIONS ON MARK TEXTILE ITEMS EQUIPMENT, AND OPEYNTION CONCEPTS OF THE 0 NOTION PICTUIRE 028 SIN, MM MOTION PICTURE D17 #IN, 1959 RELAY STATION AT FT. DIETRICK, MD. PRESENT W~ED FOR PE, TV, S., PS CIWAED FOR PE. TV, I'l, PS ' COMMUNICATI ONS CAPABI LI T IES AND POTENT IAL FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT. STIMULATE INTEREST AND ESPRIT DE CORPS ANALYS IS A MD BENEFITS OF HEM ODAL ITY long ALL MEMBERS OF THE NAVAL TEAM AND TO CONTROL SYSTEM AS APPLIED To CLOTHING DR FRONTIERS OF TRADE ICOURAGE NAVAL ACADEMY APPLICATIONS FROM MANtIFACTURING. INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS AND 16MM M3TION PICTRE 007 MNI, 1962 JTSTANDING ENLISTED PERSONNEL. SCENES OF NECESSARY RECORDS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER CLEAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, it ACADEMY AND THE CITY OF ANNAPOLIS. PRODUTION. HISTORICAL ON READ! ON ARRIVAL DR QUARTEORASTER QUALITY IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE TO UNITED A NGTInN PICTRE, 029 SIN, 1966 CONTRO L FOR GENERAL SUPPLIES, STATiS AND OTHER PART ICI PATI NG NAT I OS OF faked FOR PIE, TV AND PARTS THE FREE IORLD FOR BETTER LIVING STANDARDS 16MM MOTION PICTURE 0il111,I 1999 AND NATIONAL PROGRESS. ie STORY OF ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIERS AND CLCAED FOR PE, IV, Iii, PS 232O OII ON IL IE MEN W1 RM THEN. 232D OII ON H IL ANALYSIS AND BENEFITS OF MEN QUALITY ARMY DR TO CATCH! A S1111HAOWN CONTROL SYSTEM AS APPLIED TO TA LEBARE I16MM NOTION P! TURE 0161IN MM MOTION PICTURE, 029 SIN, 1966 MANUFACTURING - INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS AND ICLEAkED F ON PEE, TV, IPS, EMd FOR PE, TV NECESSARY REýORDS BEFORE, DURING ANG AFFER HISTORICAL. it MODERA ASI FORCE IN ACTION. EXTERIOR POUTN.DF.VELOPMENT ANC APPLICATION OF NOBIDIC FOR 1D INTERIOR SHOTS Of THE PIA ORION AS IT OR LASER - MIRACLES w11t iarmy FIELD USE; INSTALLATION AND OPERATION %TROLS, DETECTS, AND ATTACKS AR ENEMY LIGHT A T U.S 7TH ARMY STOCK CONTROL CENTER; C-24

181 ""1 N DkD C.4 CAPABILITIES AND FUTURE POTENTIAL. AND WORK TOGETHER FOR MUTUAL HEmISPHERiC EXPLAINS TO NEW RECRUITS THE ROLE OF THE " EFENSE 2236, 01% AM EFFECTIVE WITING ARMY CHAPLAIN AS FRIEND, ADVISOR. AND *'PART I SH ORtTNESS SPIRITU.AL UIDE DA U.S. JOINT CHIEFS OF OkED OTION PICTJRE,,. 024 SIR 19E A STAFF WEAPONS DEMONSTRATION REVEREND TURNERS OUT, NIGHT THE CANIISEAN. It FESRUARY MARCH 1061 E':PLAINS AND ILLUSTRATES THE FIVE RULES FOR 1I60 NOTION PICTURE, 019 SIN, 1968 IR0 NOTION PICTURE, 038 DIR, 1961 "ACHIEVING SHORTNESS IN ARMY WRITING. CLEARED FOR PE, PS ULCL CIEAAED FOR PIE A ARMY EFFECTIVE WITING DESCRiBES THE TRAINING AND ACTIVITIES OF MILITARY LEADERS OF 17 NATIONS IN NESTERN "PART II. SIMPLICITY THE CHAPLAINS I1 THE US ARMY RESERVE. HEMISPHERE WITNESS 1961 CARIBBEAN 1601 OTION PICTURE 0211MN, 196lf A MITZVAH TO SERVE, A DEMONSTRATION OF NEV WEAPONS AND NILITARY Ewd FOR P, TV,, UCL IO 1 NOTION PICTURE, 026 RIN, 1969 TECHNIQUES WITHIN U.S. MILITARY STRUCTURE. EXPLAINS AND ILLUSTRATlS THE FOUR RULES FOR CLEARED FOR Pt, PS OA DESIGN FOR LIVING ACHIEVING SAIPLICITY ARMY WRITI NG. AN NN ORIENTATION ON THE NOEAING, 16I NTION PICTURE 013 RIM, DA ANif EFFECTIVE URITIAG. RESPONSIBILITIES, AND VALUE OF JEWISH LAY CLELOED FOR PE, TV, ks UMCL PART III STRENGTH LEADERSHIP IN THE US ARMED FORCES. USIMG SCALE MODELS AND A FULL-SIZE 1 NOi OTION PICTURE 021 SIR A CHALLENGE OF THE ARMY PROTOTYPE MODULE, CONTRAST IS SHOWN BETWEEN "C.. FOR PE, TV, t, Ps UIONC CHAPLAINCY, THE THE OLD OPEN-SAY TYPE BARRACKS AND AND THE "" EXPLAINS AND ILLUSTRATES THE FOUR RULES FOR I' lotion PICTURE, 033 OIl, 6TYPE ACHIEVING STRENGTH IN ARMY IRITING. CL.EAD FOR PE, iv UOCL DA WEST POINT THE ARNY DA ARMY EFFECTIVE WRITING.E..MINMES THE CHALLENGING ROLF OF THE ARMY CHALLENGE PART IV SINCERITY CHAPLAIN IN DEVELOPING THE SPIRITUAL 1611 lotion PICTURE 030 $IN ism NOTION PICRE, 0251IN, 1960 STRENGTH OF ARMY PERSONNEL. HOW THE ARRY CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, AISTORICAL UOCL CLE.A1ED FOR PC, TV CHAPLAIN SERVES NIS COUNTRY ARD FELLOW-VAN ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE I AS A VAN OF GOD, DEDICATED TO THE TASKS OF ACADEMY, ITS WISSION AND TRADITIONS. AND EXPLAINS HOW THE WRiTER CAR CONVEY TO THE POPULATED AND REEOTE AREAS WITHIN AND PRESENT-DAY COURSE OF STUDY AND EXTRA- READER AN ATTITUDE OF SINCERE INTEREST, AND OUTSIDE COMUS WHERE TROOPS ARE STATIONED CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ENP4SIS OR THE ILLUSTRATES THE FOUR RULES FOR ACHIEVINT *. SINCERITY ARMY WRITING A ARMY EXPLORERS IN SPACE VALUE OF A WEST POINT EDUCATION FOR S161M LOTION PICTURE, 014 WIN, DA 1950 DOLLARS C8ARACTER AND SE,'SE ARO VOCATIONAL THE CLEAAED OEVELOPERT. FOR PE UOC DA EXERCISE SKI JUMP ARMY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PLAN DEVELOPMENT AND LAUNCHING OF EXPLORER. j IOr, lotion PICTURE 025 RIM, O1 MOTION PICTURE 034 MIM 1956 CONTRIBUTIONS RADE BY DR. VON BRAUN, AUIA; CLLAOED FOR PC, TV, TU ONCL - CLEAAED FOR PE, HISTORICAL DR. PICKERING, JPL; ANT DR. VAN ALLEN, COLD NEATHER OPERATIONS OF TACTICAL UNIT - COST OF PERFORMANCE FUNDING, STOCK FUOD; BUDGET; CONSUMER INDUSTRIAL FOT; UNIVERSITY OF IOWA DA COST REDUCTION IS A MONEY EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUtS FOR PERSONAL AND TACTICAL SURVIVAL; SURVIVAL IN MOUNTAIN INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING; FINANCIAL PROPERTY SPLENDID THING OPERATIONS. ACCOUMTING; IhTERNAL AUDIT, IS lr NOTION PICTURE 025 ElM DA PROCUREMENT SOURCE A ALL AROUND YOU CLEARED FOR PE, TV, l, PS ONC SELECTION 16M NOTION PICTURE 016 RIN, 1970 PURPOSE, INPLEMENTATION, AND SUCCESS OF THF 16D1 NOTION PICTURE 02, RIM, 1967 CLEARED FOR Pr, TV, TH, PS UONL AMC COST REDUCTION PROGRAM. GENERAL F. S. CLEADEO FOR PE, TV, OS BESSON, JR., COMMANDING GENERAL, USAIC, DESCRIBES THE IMPORTANCE AND ADVANTAGES OF URGES CONTINUED SUPPORT OF PRCOGRAR. FACTORS CONSIDERED AND CRITICAL STEPS IN "CONTINUED SERVICE IN THE US ARMY RESERVE TO AWARDING CONTRACTS TO INTDUSTRY TO INSURE THE INDIVIDUAL, COMMUNITY, ADO MATION DAo ARCTIC INDOCTRINATION DOD PROCUREMENT OF BEST PRODUCT AT BEST, CITIZEN 231OA CTZNSLIRSCHOOL SOLDIER OURS1INOTION PICTUJRE. 015 MINTER MII! POSSIBLE PRICE. COTI UNITY 029 LEADER RT9CL FOR PE, TV, MR DA WHAT, WHERE, AND WHEN LOTION Ci6N PICTYRE 029 CLE.AAE FOR PE, TV 1971 OIN, UOCL HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ARMY TRAINING PROGRAM ON THE STORY OF THE U. S. ARMY SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUE OF ARCTIC WARFARE, CONDUCTED AT COWMARD TAKES A LOOK AT THE US ARHY RESERVE'S BIG DELTA, ALASKA, DURING WINTER OF M NOTION PICTURE 027 RIM VARIED COMMUNITY RELATIONS/DOUESTIC ACTION CLEAkED FOR Pf, TV, PS ACTIVITIES, SHOWING THAT TOE ARMY RESERVIST A TIME TO GO IS A MAN ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY AFFAIRS. 168, MOTION PICTURE 02; RI 1955 DUAL MISSION OF SR'; - SC SHOWN IN ACTION CLEARED FOR PE, TV, f16, PS IN CONUS DEPOTS, RITH FOCUS ON SKILLS, A OF SOLDIERS AND ALTARS METHODS, AND EQUIPRENT EMPLOYED; AND 16o NOTION PICTURE" OiI RIM, 1966 )GENERAL LEVI; 8. HERSHEY DEFINES REED FOR SUPPORT CLE.ALD FOR Pt. TV, PS UOCL SELECTIVE SERVICE; FILM COVERS ORGANIZATION PROVIDED FORCES IN VIETNAM. * AAD FUNCTIONING OF SERVICE, DRAFT A. CASE OF JOHN ERRONEOUS, FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES PROVIODO BY U.S. CLASSIFICATION, BENEFITS OF ARMY TRAINING THE ~~~ARMY CHAPLAINCY PROGRAMS FOR ALL FAITHS,ONDAES.1MlTINPCUE06RM,96 BOTH WITHIN THE U.S. AND OVERSEA THEATERS PE, TV OCEAEDFO OF OPERATION DA TRADITIONS AND A SRIDGE, THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE ARMY 16MN NOTION PICTURE 026 SIM, 1957 REQUIREMENTS FOR ZERO DEFECTS IN DEFENSE WORK, AND HOW EmPLOYiES CAN ATTAII ZERO 160 NOTION PICTORE, 030 SIN, CLEAdED FOR PE 1960 C EED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UNCEL DEFECTS IN PERFORMANCE ATTITUDES AND GOALS. THROUGH PROPER REVIEWS THE ROLE OF THE ARMY THROUGHOUT THE A GRAPHIC RECORD OF THE ROLE PLAYED BY THE HISTORY OF THE NATIO.4. STRESS 0 THE ROLE DA NO MARGIN FOR ERROR ARMY CHAPLAINCY IN KEEPING THE BORIOGE" OF THE modern SOLDIER. 15OU NOTION PICTURE, 015 SIN, 1968 OPEN BETWEEN GOD AND THE NEW AND WONEN OF FOR PE OCLEAk. "THE ARMED FORCES THROUGHOUT THE HISTORY OF DA OPERATION SOL;DARITY I OUR NATION NOTION PICTURE 028 IN, 1961( A REPORT ON HUM HQ, ARMY materiel COOMAND ICLE.ARED FOR PE, TV, ITS, PS UNCE AND ITS A FI E LD COMMANDS ASSURE THE WE CALL THEM CHAPLAIN I SUITABILITY AND RELIABILITY OF COMBAT I WU, NOTION PICTURE, 011 SIN, JOINT MImLITARY TRAINING MANEUVER HELD I EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED BY THE "CLEARED FOR P UONCI IN PAMA;A HOW THE AMERICAS rrain. STUDY, SOLDIER IN THE FIELD. %.4 C-25 F

182 ZERO 1E1ECTS WOR ls 2303.oA HELICOPTER SPECIAL FOe SUPERVISORS PART I - DESCRISES PROJECT LOG LIFT, NICM It DELIVERY T.E CONCEPT EXPLORING THE USES OF HEAVY LIFT 160 MOTION PICTURE all Il IM953 IN NOTION PICTURE. 011 Ill, 19U HELICOPTERS I LOADING AND UNLOADING SNIPS. OW FOi PE, TV..T, M U19IL cla* FOR PE vl I CONSTRICTION, AID OTHER APPLICATIONS. I LLUSTRATES VOW A RIVER CROSSING IS " D REFINES TNE ARIY'S 1ERO DEFECTS POLICY. 2E2I.ODA DESIGN FOR SURVIVAL EFFECTED THROUGH THE USE OF A HELICOPTER TNIS SERIES INCLUDES IF 3l-5301 THIN 5305, 16, NOTION PICTURE , 1953 COPANY. A COOODINATOR'S GUIDE, LEADER'S MANUAL, AND CLLFAED FOR PE, TV, I"H, PS ' DA OPERATION SLUE JAY "SUPERVISOM RNJAL. "DEALS MITN THE ARlY CONSERVAT1ON PROGRAM, l16 MOTION PICTURE 025 Ill, ,43-DA ZERO DEFECTS OR1 SHOP DEFINING I1S PURPOSE AND CONSEF.VATION CL.AAED FOR PE, TV, N. PS URCL "FOR SUPERVISORS - PART II M NETHODS No IN USE. THE SUPERVISOR'S ROLE. THE STORY OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE GIANT, 1641, NOTION PICTURE, 009 Nll, 1968,22710-A IIL.O ENGINEERING AIR BASE AT THULE, GREENLAND, IN THE FALL A FOR PE O DOCUIENTATION FOR UNIFORM OF EMPHASIS Of ITS STRATEGIC REQUIREMENTS SIGNIFICANCE. EXPLAINS THE SUPEIVISOR'S ROLE IN E6E IOTION PICTURE 025 NI, 1961 IMPLEMENTING TNE ZERO DEFECTS PROGRAM. COEA FOR PE, TV, i1, PS 23005ODA ADJUSTUENT TO MILITARY LIFE DA ZERO DEFECTS - WORK SHOP NEED FOR. FUNDAMENTALS, AND BENEFITS OF NEW I1 MOTION PICTURE O1 IlIN, 1954 FOR SUPERVISORS PART III SYSTEN OF ENGINEERING DOCUMENTATION FOR CA FOR PE, TV, th GOAL SETTING AND PLANNING MATERIEL PRODUCED OR PROCURED BY DO0 AS SET 1IE NOTION PICTURE. 008 ai, 1968 FORTIN BIL-O-l327. A VETERAN SERGEANT REMINISCES ABOUT HIS 00MJ FOR PE UHCL DEVELOPMENT FROM A MEW RECRUIT INTO A NELL DA ELECTROMAGNETIC TRAINED SOLDIER - STRESS 0 PHYSICAL AND EXPLAINS HOW THE SUPERVISOR CAN SET GOALS INTERFERENCE FROM NUCLEAR IMORAL STANDARDS. AND INITIATE THE ZERO DEFECTS PROGRAM. EXPLOSIONS PHENOMENOLOGY 2 A MOTION D1R PICTURE, 032 MIN, DA LETTER FROM A MNOTHER. 224.DA ElT DEFECTS VWOR SHOP CLAD FOR PE OKIl. 1EE POTION PICTURE 010 RMI, 1955 FOR SUPERVISORS - PART IVCLAEO FOR PE, T, TH, PS ERROR CASE REMOVAL THIS IS A REPORT ON THE FINDINGS OF THE E6M IOTIC.1 PI0t'uE, 005 MIN, DOD HIGH-ALTITUDE PHENOMENOLOGY AN AMERICAN MOTHER EXPRESSES HER LOVE FOR CLEAAd FOR PI UCIL STUDIES TO OETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR HER PARATROOPER SON SHOWING FINE EXPLOSIONS ON THE IONOSPHERE AND ASSOCIATED UNDERSTANDING OF ROLE HE MUST PLAY IN, EXPLAINS HMC THE SUPERVISOR CAN MOTIVATE ELECTROMAGNETIC PHENOMENA. EFFECTS OF DEFENSt OF HIS COUNTRY. "EMPLOYEES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ZERO MODERATE AND HIGH-ALTITUOE NUCLEAR BURSTS DEFECTS PROGRAM. INDICATED THAT DISTORTIONS OF THE DA SOLDIER'S MISSION AND IONOSPHERIC STRUCTURE AHD RELATED RESPONSISILITIES, THE "22S44.DA ZERO DEFECTS WORK SHOP ELECTROMAGNETIC PHENOMENA SERIOUSLY ( E, LOTION PICTURE 013 KIM 1955 FOR SUPERVISORS PART V IMPAIRED RADIO CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th "RECOGNITION 160 MOTION PICTURE, 007 NIH, DA BASIC PHYSICS OF AN HIS ROLE IN DEFENSE OF THE NATION - THE CLEAAED FOR PE UNCI ATOMIC 60MM TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT AFFORDED Hil TO MEET "E16E OTION PICTURE 019 INI, 1951 THE HIGHEST PHYSICAL, MORAL, AND MENTAL EXPLAINS HOR EMPLOYEES ARE REWANDED FOR E FOR PE Ty P. STANDARDS. "TA THEIR EFFECTIVE PARTICIPATION IN THE ZERO R i DEFECTS PROGRAM. EXPLAINS IN NOHTEMCNICAL BANRER THE BASIC 2300-DA OPERATION NOAH. 2S.DA U.S. ARMYI 253A INTEGRATED U..AMINERTDCO~kED PRINCIPLES OF ATOMIC ENERGY AND ATGM BONN. 160 MOTION FOR PE, PICTURE TV, NH, 029 PS MIN, UNC L." 1955 "LOGISTIC SUPPORT PART I DA ATOMIC WEAPONS AND FIRE C MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW 16, NOTION PICTURE 031 IlI, 1961 MORN OF ENGINEERS AND OTHER SERVICES IN 0 Nl, MOTION PICTURE, 017 NIN, 1971 CLiAe(D FOR PE, TV, TH VU., REHABILITATION OF N.E. U.S. REGION HIT BY ""CLEAE FOR PE U.CL FLASH FLOODS IN THE SUMNER, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY POLICY O FIGHTING. SHOWS NOW INTEGRATED LOGISTIC SUPPORT HIGH-EXPLOSIVE FIRES; DANGERS OF HIGH OA THEY MAJOR IN MISSILES * COMBINES MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL EFFORTS EXPLOSIVE riles; FIRE FIGHTING TECHNIQUES D6E MOTION PICTURE, 005 MIN, 1960 TO PRODUCE THE BEST POSSIBLE DEFENSE AT THE AND EJUIPIENT; CONTROL OF ACCIDENT SITE;,CEWED FOR PE, TV, H LOREST POSS IBLE COST. DE CONTAVIhATION OF MEN AND EQUIPMENT. STUDY AND MORN EXPERIENCE OFFERED BY DA U.S. ARMY INTEGRATED DA WEST POINT EDUCATION COOPERATIVE TRAINING PROGRAM CONDUCTED AT LOGISTIC SUPPORT PART II - FOR LEADERSHIP WSPG TO ENGINEERING STUDENTS MAJORING IN MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING 160, MOTION PICTURE 026 NMI 1963 NISILE TECHNOLOGY AT REM MEXICO U. AND ANALYSIS PROCESS CEkd FOR P, TV, k UNL TEXAS -. "1601 OTION PICTURE, 020 NIH, 1971 C FOR PE SCOPE AND HIGH STANDARDS OF ACADEMIC DA COUNTDOWN AT WHITE SANDS MILITARY, AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROVIDED 160 MOTION PICTURE 025 Mli 1960 SHOMS THE TECHNICAL SIDE OF THE ILS SYSTEM. FOR CADETS AT WEST POINT. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, HISTORIC,,. * DESCRIBES FUNCTION ANALYSIS, REQUIREMENTS - ANALYSIS, REPLACEMENT UNIT ANALYSIS, AND DA NUREMBERG ORGANIZATION, FUNCTION, AND FACILITIES OF MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLY ANALYSIS. 160E OTION PICTURE 076 NIH, 1949 THE INTEGRATED RANGE MISSION (IRV); IRS DA DOC: YOUR PARTNER IN R&D CLEO.ED FOR PE, TV, TN UN EQUIPMENT AND ACTIVITIES INVOLVED IN MISSILE TESTING AND DEVELOPING FOR THE 160 MOTION PICTURE, 025 NlI, 1972 WAR CRIME TRIALS CONDUCTED BY ALLIES AT TIPEE SERVICES. CLEakED FOR PE UCL NRUREMBERG FLASHBACKS TO VARIOUS CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY COMMITTED BY GERMAN HIGH DA ACCURACY PLUS - THE "ILLUSTRATES THE SERVICES OF THE DEFENSE COMM DURING " II. ANIFPS.DM INSTRUMENTATION DOCUMENTATION CENTER AS A SOURCE OF RID RAOAR AT WHITE SANDS INFORMATION FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS IN DA HAIL ALIA MATER 16, MOTION PICTURE, 010 lih, 1961 THE FEDERAL CDEIJNIITY. 16, MOTION PICTURE 006 NIN, 1951 CLEAEd FOR PE RENARNS: REPLACES IF CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS F FEATURES, CAPABILITY, USE, AND OPERATION OF DA INVENTORY IN NM'ION LOG VIEWS OF THE U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY CAMPUS, AN/FPS.I1 CHAIN RADAR SYSTEM FOR MISSILE LIFT WITH CHORAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY THE REST POINT TRACKING. FUTURE POTENTIAL AND USE OF 1 D60, MOTION PICTURE, 014 NIH, 1972 CHOIR AND GLEE CLUB. EQUIPhENT IN SPACE RESEARCH. FM7b C-26 d....n.i.'..""". ' ::::::... il-., i i'i-~..i i -.-i'.-'-.i--' :,2.--.:-i : -.

183 * 1SIN ILLUSTRATE THE SAFETY OPERATIONS AT CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS amo. 3O1-114 EINVIROIENTAL TESTING AT MOTH STAT:ONS FOR A NORMAL MISSILE FLIGHT, "WMIT! SANS MISSILE RANGE AND FOR MISSILE FLIGHT FAILURES REQUIRING THE TECHNIQUE OF PREPARING AND ANALYZING A to' NOINPCUE 2 I,16 LGTW T CIN ORK DISTRIBUTION CHART 1S SHOWN 11l ta lljg!, 01'011 ICTRE, 2! FLIIIT TuI[T /'TIII.ANIiATION. ACTIVITY LISTS AiNo TASK LISTS ",23036-OA MOUNTAIN LEE WAVES AT W. ALSO HELP THE SUPERVISOR GET WORK DONE MORE S VARI ETY OF TESTS PERFORMED UNDOER S INULATED S.l.N, EFFICIENTLY. CLIMATIC CONDITIONS TO DETERMINIE OPE 'ATiON 160 NOTION PICTURE. 012 I11, 1961 CAPABILITY OF MISSILE SYSTEMS 11 DIFFER EN T CL5_ýd[ FOR RE, T'V URCL DA ROAD MAP TO LESS EFFORT EIN ROILM.THE FLOW PROCESS CHANT E~fIR II.,N,STUDIES OF MOUNTAIN LEE WAVES COINOUCTEO BY 160 NOTION PICTURE , DA RANGE GOES GREEN. THE THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES LABORATORY AT CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, PS UACL 16NWOTION PICTURE WHITE SANDS missile RANGE FOR APPLICATION C.O FOR PIE, T'V, P, 10 MISS;LE, ROCKET, AND AIRCRAFT FLIGHT. ANIMATED CARTOON CHARACTERS ILLUSTRATE THE HISTORICAL USES, PREPARATION ANDo ANALYSIS OF THE FLOW 213SS-DA ARNY PACKAGE POWER PROCESS CHARi, WHICH SHOWS IN EXACT TEST OF A MIKE-ZEUS INTERCEPT OF A MIKE- REACTOR, THE SEQUENCE THE STEPS TAKEN TO GET A JOB DONE. HERCULES MISSILE AT WHITE SANDS MISSILE 16, iotic PICTURE 026J1M, 1953 RANGE IS SHOWN. EACH PHASE OF THE TEST 1I C.ikjED FOR PE, TV, th, ps, UACL DA COUNTING WHAT COUNTS WORK COUNT (PUAINE. HISTORICAL l~ibi, NOTION PICTURE 010 IIR, A PRESIDENTIAL VISIT 5 DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION OF CLEDAED FOR PE, TV, P UAC. JUNE 1S63 FIRST ARMY NUCLEAR POWER PLANT DESIGNED TO 160 MOTION PICTURE 014 1N1, 1964 SUPPORT VITAL OVERSEA 3ASES WITH NUCLEAR- ILLUSTRATES WITH ANIMATED CHARACTERS THE CF FORPK, TV, AISTORICA ERED FUEL. MEANING, TECHNIQUES, AND USES OF WORK COUNTING AS A *SCORING SYSTEII FOR THE PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S VISIT TO WSIR TO VIEW DA TRACTOR SLED OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR'S 'TEAM.* DEMONSTRATION OF MISSILES: HONEST JOHN, MOTION PICTURE 010 BIH s1. LITTLE JOHN, HAWK, SERGEANT, NIKE HERCULES, CLEARD FOR P,, TV, hi, PS U'CL DA MAKE FEWER MOTIONS PERSHING TALO, AMO MIKE ZEUS. MOTION ECONOMY TESTS CONDUCTED BY TC IN SUMMER, 1953, TO 16I MOTION PICTURE I, 1973 * DA AERIAL TOUR OF UNITE DETERMINE PRACTICALITY OF HAULING HEAVY CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, ks UMCL SANDS MISSILE RANGE TORNAGES OVER GREENLAND ICECAP. *161i NOTION PICTURE 009 MIN, 1964 SUMIARIZES RULES OF MOTION ECONOMY IN FIVE SCLD FOe P6, TV, PS DA ICECAP II STATEMENTS. DEFINES NORMAL AND NAXIWUN WORK RING 16W OTION PICTURE 020 RIN, 1954 AREAS, AND SHOWS HOW TO USE NOTION ECONOMY "I TOUR AREAS, OF SMALL ARL MISALY, MISSILE ANO RA AIR NGE, FORCE A ND THE LAUECHIOG CO MPLEX CL.A,6D FOR PE, TV, TH, PS U01L CHART BODY. TO DESIGN A JOB TO FIT THE HUMAN OF INSTRUMENTATION AND SIGNAL FACILITIES. STORY OF THE ARMY TRANSPORTATION CORPS -2S2-DA PERSHING JOinS THE RANKS EXPEDITION ACROSS THE GREENLAND ICECAP IN DA TAKE FEWER STEPS - LAYOUT "20SD ESIG ON H AK STUDIES -" 160m MOTION PICTURE 020 RIN MOTION PICTURE CL2A.2) FR ft r, AISTORICAL UC 2312-DA FRLE FALL SAFETY CLEAE) FOR P, T, PS PROCEDURES PLAN, PREPARATION, AND EXECUTION OF FINAL 161 NOTION PICRE 019 MN 1966 ANIMATED CHARACTERS DEMONSTRATE HOW LAYOUT TEST SERIES CONDUCTED ABY IN THE SECODA CLE..ED FOR PE, TV, OS U' L STUDY TECHNIQUES CAN REDUCE THE DISTANCES ATAIN, E TA RTIL ERY IISSILE. TRAVELED BY PEOPLE AND MATERIAL IN A SHOP EGINEER EVALUATION OF PERSHINGPARACHUTE EQUIPET; OR OFFICE DA WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE PROPER PARACHUTE TECHNIQUES - LANDING ON I LAND AND WATER, JUMPING WITH A STATIC LIRE, DA WHERE O0 YOU GO FROM HERE l0e MOTIOR PICTURE 020 NIN, 1 96 AN4 EXECUTING FREE FALL JUMPS. * INSTALLATION AND FOLLOW.UP CC..A D FOR PE, TV, Ps, UACL OF IMPROVEMENTS HISTORICAL DA FIRE--ARTILLERY ACTION IN 15M POTION PICTURE 016 1IN 1973 HISTORY, MISSION, AND GROUND AND FLIGHT KOREA CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, UN' UICL TEST FACILITIES AND INSTRUMENTATION' MAJOR 16, NOTION PICTURE 014 NI1, 1952 PHASES OF ISIR OPERATION ON A TYPICAL TEST CLEWAED FOR P6, TV, TH, PS U'CL REVIEWS THE TECHNIQUES OF WORK DAY. SIMPLIFICATION. AND SrOWS SEYFRAL DEPICTS THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF ARTILLERY REQU ;SITES AND TECHNIQUES FOR PUTTING THE DA MISSILE NETEROLOGY AT FIRE IN MODERN WARFARE. IMPROVERENT5 INTO PRACTICE. "WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE OA WORK MEASUREMENT WORKS 231.DA GAMES 160 NOTION PICTURE, 024 Ilk, D AE "C"-AIED FOR PT 0NIL 160 motion PICTURE, 023 I1, MOTION PICTURE 032 MIN, 1973 C..AA DFOR PE, PS CLEAED FOR PE, TV, PS U0CL "REQUIREMENT, SCOPE AND APPLICATION OF "MISSILE METEOROLOGY AT WSMR - TECHNIQUE AND WORK MEASUREMENT IN ACTION ILLUSTRATES THE EXPOSES THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY" "EQUIPmENT USED FOR DIRECT METEOROLOGY VALUE OF THE PROGRAM IN FOUR AREAS: INTENTIONALLY OR NOT. THAT PUTS UP "SUPPORT OF MISSILE FIRINGS, AID FOR IMPROVING WORK METHODS, SCHEOULINC AND OBSTACLES TO EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: TOLD FROM RESEARCH IN LOWER AND UPPER AIR STUDIES. CONTROLLING WORK, DETERIINING PRODUCTIVITY, SEVERAL DIFFERENT POINTS OF V!Ef. AND FORECASTING RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS. ':" DA NOTION PICTURE INVESTMENT, , IN TOMORROW A liettier WAYS FOR DOING DA WORKING FOR THE U.S.A. MIWORK - INTRODUCTION TO THE 16K MOTION PICTURE 014 NIM, 1957 CL.EkED FOR P6 U08L ARMY WORK SIMPLIFICATION CLE.AAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS U8CL "REPORT ON THE PRESIDENT'S YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM AIMED TO ATTRACT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES INTO % PROGRAM AT WNITE SANDS NISSILE RANGE IN THE NOTION PICTURE , 1973 FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE - COVERS SCOPE, SUMNER 1,65. INTRODUCTION FEATURES VICE- CIEARIED FOR P. TV, U ' 0CL REQUIREMENTS, AND BENEFITS OF GOVERNMENT PISS I DENT MAMIWII. OXTLINES THE HISTORY, APPLICATION, AND EUPLOYNENT DA MISSILE FLIGHT SAFETY FOR TOOLS OF WORK SIMPLIFICATION, SHOWING HOW REMARKS. (ADOPTED CS FILE) OFF RANGE FIRINGS INTO WHITE IT CAN HELP THE SUPERVISOR IMPROVE THE SANDS MISSILE RANGE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF HIS PRODUCT OR DA MAST - MILITARY 1967 SELRVICES. ASSISTANCE TO SAFETY AND C LrAED FOR PICTURE, 016 IH,9 TRAFFIC LIFESAVERS IN WAR MOTION U0L DA WHO DOES WHA TO WHAT - AND IN PEACE THREE OVERLAND MISSIONS OF THE PERSHING THE WORK DISTRIBUTION CHART 16R NOTION PICTURE, 019 M1N, 1974 MISSILE FROM GILSON BUTTE AREA, UTAH, TO 161I, MOTION PICTURE, 011 NIH, 1973 CLEAAED FOR PP, TV, PS -.4 C-27 FI7902- III

184 hi 140 Z.C-4 Ild VOLATIVE SUISTANCES EFFECTS OF SOLVENTS, INTRODUCES NAST: A PROGRAN DIENICATED TO 0i TNE VITAL Or.". n FULL BLUE PIOVIDIIG MILITARY ME[ICAL ASSISTANCE TO IOA: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN S I, OTION PICTURE. 10 OTIOR PICTUM. 014 i11, 195 CIVILIANS I1 NEED MY UTILIZING HELICOPTEI C o PE Im.PS,TV., MCL AMBUILANCES AND IEDICAL CORPSBEM DU0111G HERITAGE OF THE CORPS HISTORICAL DEEMGNCIES. INMI TION PICTUR 025 Mil A UEDICAL ASPECTS Of 6516 FOR PE TV, tr, PS am CIVIC ACr'ION PROGRAB BEING CARRIED OUT MY NULEAR RADIATION TIE AIRINE CCRPS IN VIETNAM. VIETNAMESE EVENING PARADE AT MANINE CORPS BARRACKS. FARMERS HARVEST RICE CROP FOR THE FIRST 1W FOTIOR PICTURE 021 ii 1]951 EASUIINGTON. 0. C. PERFORIANCES BY Tvi Tile IN MANY YEARS, GUARDED BY narines WHO cleaaed) FOR PC. TV, AISTORICALAUNC MARINE CORPS SANI, DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS. HAD CLEARED THE AREA OF VIET CONG. FOOD DEIONSTRATES EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR RADIATION SILENT DRILL TEAM AND TROOPS. DISTNIBUTIOE S AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO THE UPON THE HUMAN BODY, EMPNASIZING FACT THAT 2VENM.ON SALUTE, THE MODY RESISTANCE VARIES WITH INDIVID-UALS. 160 NOTION PICTURE 015 N1l, 196g DN BATTLE, THE SZS-DA NURSES IN THE ARMY CLAdd FOR PE, TV. Il, PS OK 16MM NOTION PICTURE 014 1IN, 1965 CC EEDFOR PE. V, TH, PS, - 16 a OTION PICTURE 027 ane 1955 WHERE, WHEN AND HOW TO SALUTE, ARMED ANl NISTORICAL CL.AOED FOR PE, Tl, UNARMED. EXAMPLES, TAKEN FROM NAVY HISTORICAL REGULATIONS. APPLICABLE TO NAVY AND W.INgE COMBAT FOOTAGE CENTERED PRIMARILY AROUND PICTORIAL REPORT OF SERVICE PERFORMED BY CORPS. OPERATION PIRANHA, CARRIED OUT AGAINST THE VIET CONG STRONGHOLD. PLANnING AND ARMY KORIEA, NURSE ANDO in WAN AT AND till PEACE PRIESENIT ORLO WAR TINE. II, ON RINGS 0; A MARINE EXECUTION OF THE OPERATION. MARINES O., 16TIOR A N E T PICTURE 019 1IN, 1915 EXERCISING 'ACROSS THE REACH* LANDING DA EHNAVIOD OF WILD NORWAY Cow FOR PC, TV, IN, OM TECIHNIQUES. MARINES CLOSE AIR SUPPORT, RATS HISTORICAL NAVAL GUN FIRE SUPPORT AND ARTILLERY. 16S NOTION PICTURE, EMPLOYMENT OF HELICOPTERS ILLUSTRATES 023 RIN, 1957 ADVANCE TRAINING OF A MARINE PILOT. ROCKET VERTICAL ASSAULT TECHNIQUES. CAPTURE OF CLEAiED FOR PE AND GIJERY RUNS. VIET CONG PRISONERS, PATROL ACTION AND MANUAL ABILITIES AND MODIFICATION OF ON EMBASSY MARINE - SENSE OF TREATMENT OF IOUNDED IAANIES. SURROUNDINGS, MATURATION INTO ADULT SECURITY, A ON irpsman SOCIETY, TERRITORIAL DEFENSE. AND SEXUAL MOTION SEE PICTUREI 02 I Il, I, lotion PICTUREA 014 BFEMVIORý ,1-10ITOPCIR 11N16 OIN C[W.eA FORPE,TY, TH, PS, OM IW C DFORPE, TV, TH, PS, DA BRACING RAILROAD OF AMUiNITlON CARLOADING AND HISTORICAL HISTORICAL 1 R6CIN OFTIONPCTRE DEMONSTRATES TRAINING OF EMBASSY NARINES. THE ROLE OF NAVAL MEDICAL PERSONNEL IN CLi, C FoTIOR PIC b ( FOR 0SCL PE DUTIES OF MARINE SECURITY DETACHMENTS Of VIETNAM. 0UT Y WITH THE STATE DEPARTMENT. ILLUSTRATES PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES FOR ON SERVING AMERICA AS A ON ON TARGET BLOCKING AND BRACING AMNUNITION IN: N MAR6INNAE M NOTION PICTURE 015 KIN, 1966 CONVENTIONAL BOXCAR. DOC BOXCAR WITH WMNMRE D FOR PE, TV, it, PS, MECHANICAL DUNNAGE SYSTEM, COMMERCIAL 16MM MOTION PICTURE 014 1IM 1964 MISTORICAL. BOXCAR WITH MECHANICAL DUNNAGE SYSTEM, CLEARED FOR PC, TV, TH, PS, ' IBam FLATCAR, AND GIOOLA CAR. HISTORICAL ROLE OF UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS. FIXED WING AIRCRAFT IN VIETNAM. RE.SUPPLY AND 233M-DR DRUG AMUSE PART 1 EXCITING LIFE AND JON OPPORTUNITIES FORA VCLOSE AIR STRIKES IN SUPPORT OF MARI.E SERIES TITLE: NINE SINGLE WOMAN WINE. GOUND FORCES IN COMBAT. CONCEPTS DN LEADER OF MEN, A ON CONTACT (AUMUSH) 160M MOTION PICTURE, 0151IN, ,M IOTIOP PICTURE 020 Nle, 19 LOTION PICTURE 013 WIN, 1966 CIEAREDFORPI,TV URi CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, EA FO TS, HISTORICAL HISTORICAL DRUG ABUSE - A DESCRIPTION, IN BRIEF, OF HS.RR... THE VARIOUS KINOS OF DRUGS AND THEIR OFFICER PROCUREMENT, AND ADVANTAGES OF MARINE PATROL ACTION IN VIETNAM. SEQUENCES EFFECTS. HEROIN - WHAT IS BEING DONE TO WAAINE CORPS TRAINING. snow LAND AND RIVER PATROLS AND A COUNTERACT THE EFFECTS OF HEROIN A2YICTIONI SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON A VIETCONG VILLAGE. TOBACCO DANGERS OF CIGARETTE SMONG Ali YOUR FIRST EIGHTY DAYS EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF PATROL ACTION - THE RELATIONSHIP TO LUNG CANCER 1Ii, MOTION PICTURE 015 MiN 1961 IN MAINTAINING CONTACT WITH AN ELUSIVE -" REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN S311. CLEA.ED HISTORICAL FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 'UN, -RY ON DRUG ABUSE - PART 1 IMAS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IRCH, VIDEOTAPE. -- VARIOUS TYPES OF RECRUIT TRAINfIN. FOLLOWS SERIES TITLE: NINE SINGLE TWO HARINE RECRUITS FROM THEIR FIRST DAY TO ON COUNTY FAIR % CONCEPTS GRADUATION, 16M NOTION PICTURE 0, MM MOTION PICTURE, 015 MIN1, ON TRANSITION, THE FOR ALPS, PC, TV, - -. FOR PE, TV UCL 16J, MOTION NTRHISTORICAL PICTURE 004 1IN ALCOHOL - EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL OR THE BODY CURED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, am COUNTY FAIR - OPERATION OF CLEARING THE AND BLOODSTREAM. SEDATIVES. EFFECTS OF HISTORICAL VIETCONG FROM VILLAGES WHILE THE PEOPLE ARE BARBITUATES AND THE DANGERS OF WITHORAWAL CARED FOR, FED, AND ENTERTAINED. STIMULANTS - HAZARDS OF STIMULANT ABUSE; MARINE CORPS RECRUIT TRAINING AT PARRIS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 35 i. CONSIDERED PROBLEMS AND THE NOWi MOST THE CRITICAL BODY IS OF EFFECTED. ALL DRUG ISLAND DN STORY OP OF PHOTO OA Al R IECE C.0ST... P 2341W-ON SAND AND STEEL IN COMBAT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN S3E, NOTION PICTURE. 1IE MoTION PICTURE 016 WIN i NOTION PICTURE 014 NIN DN DRUG ABUSE - PART III CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, o.bclcaaed FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, HISTORICAL HISTORICAL CONCEPTS SERIES TITLE: TARINES NINE SING;LE AND SEAREES PERFORM A YEOMAN TASK TNE STORY OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC AERIAL MOTION PICTURE, 0151Ii, 1972 IN CONVERT;NG A BARREN BEACH INTO AN RECONNAISSANCE SQUADRON IN COMBAT CLEAAED FOR PE, TV 'NCL EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELD - SATS. OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE AIRSTRIP AS A VITAL LInK Is ON LANDING AT RED BEACH ONE HALLUCINOGENS. EFFECTS OF HALLUCINOGENS ON AnOING TO THE PUNCH OF THE MARINE 1W0 MOTION PICTURE 015 WIN 1967 THE BRAIN. MARIJUANA. SCIENTIFIC STUDIES AIR/GROUND TEAM IN VIETVUA. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS, Of THIS DRUG AND HOW IT EFFECTS THE RIND. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. HISTOICAL FV79H2-112 C-28 _... I -" ""'."

185 0.O C.4 TRAININIG OF THlE IODERN WOMAII MAMIME. IIOIVIDUAJ. lidlle. MARINE CORPS TRAILING I1 GENERAL. A SEACN LANDING AID CLOSE All SUPPORT MISSION 11TV N STRAIGHT UP APO AWAY 23521,011 PLC. THE. CAMPUS AND EAIS OR TRAINING. 1, MOTION PICTURE. 014 i11, 1970 CORPS IEMAIWS: ALSO DISTRIMITED IN 3/4 INN, VIDEO TAPE. tfe.lke HI STORIICA. FOR PE, TV. T', PS, WNIC 160 OTION PICTUE ULACFOP.VtNP NL THIS WOMAN'S WORLDE If N NOTION PICTURE, 015 I11, 1966 OPPORTUNITIES FOR HELICOPTER PILOTS OFFERED ADVANTAGES OF JOINING THE MARINE CORPS SFOR PE, TV, TH, PS UOL BY THE iarini CORPS. PLATOON LEADERS CLASS PR GRAM. A MARINE LIEUTENANT REVIEWS HER LAST FE! MARINUES 13S0 YEAR - PASS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTEO IN 53 0, NOTION PICTURE. YEARS IN THE CORPS. VARIOUS JOBS HELD BY IN REVIEW BEHIND THE SHOP DRAWING WOMEN OFFICERS, AND THi TRAINING THEY 16i1 iotiorpicture 021iN, NOTIONPICI JRE 016uIN, 1941 RECEIVE, CLEA*E FOR PC, TV, tn, PS. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS HISTORICAL 23435$.0 READY STORY OF THE ISOMETRIC. PERSPECTIVE, ORTHOGRAPHIC lurine CORPS RESERVE llaine CORPS ACTIVITIES DURING PROJECTION AND CROSS SECTION ORAWINGS. HO " 16M NOTION PICTURE 015 NIA, FOR F. TV 196 INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY TV, t PS, TO THE UOCI FIRE UNIT FROM DIMENSIONS TEAR TO DECISION AND SPECIFICATIONS IAKIMG FOR ARE CNISTORICAL RESPORSIBILITY A NAN'S INOICATED. IN A RAN'S 11ORLD. RENIA&S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE ON DIESEL ENGINE, THE THE FIFTY.YEAR HISTORY OF THE IARINE CORPS 1611 NOTION PICTURE 021 RIM 1943 RESERVE FROM WORLD VAR I, WORLD VAR I I, AND FOOL AID HIS MONEY, A CLEARED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS UnCL KOREA MOTION PICTURE 023 Ml, 1970 CaEd FOR PE, TV, to, PS UCIL HOW IGN ITION IS ACHIEVED MY COMPRESSION N RARITNES 45 BASIC DIESEL ENGINE TYPES, TYPES OF AIR 161m INOTIOR PICTJRf 030 WIM, 1966 :NSTRUCTIONS TO SERVICE PERSONNEL 01 SOUND HEADERS AND FUEL INJECTORS. DIESELS CLE,4 CLESTEO FOR PE, N, to PS, UXL DECISIONS FINAACIAL TWASACTICNS. 1I PERSONAL AFFAIRS DEALING WITH COMMONLY USED IN SUBMARINES ON CONSTRUCTION OF DIESEL SIGNIFICANT HIGHLIGHTS OF MARINE OPEPATIONS ON BETTER YOUR BEST ENGINES, THE OURIMG MARINE SEGMENTS OF FI LI SHOW I161 NOTION PICTURE, 0121I1, s NOTION PICTURE 015 Ilk 1942 OPERATIONS IN THE DOO1MICAN REPUBLIC AND CLEAAEO FOR PC, TV, TN, FS, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS VIETNAM. BATTLE ACTION AND CIVIC ACTION ARE HISTORICAL SHOVN IN THE VIETXAl SCENES. GE~RRAL STRUCTURE OF SEVERAL TYPES OF REMAR S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 35 0, NOTION PICTURE. USE OF THE U.S. NARINE CORPS PHYSICAL DIESEL ENGINES AND DIFFERENT FRANE TYPES, FITNESS PROGRAM IN THE HIGH SCHOOL AND HOW CYLINDER PARTS, PISTONS, PISTON RINGS, YOU IN VIETNAM IT BENEFITS THE STUDENT, CONNECTING RODS, CRANKSHAFTS, REARINGS, SERIES TITLE: TACTICS AND N STRICTLY ON YOUR OWN CAMSHAFTS AND ROCKER ASSEMBLIES. TECHNIyUES EMPLOYED BY WESPAC 16,1 NOTION PICTURE 0201N, O DIESEL ENGINE GOVERNORS FIF UN TS CLEAED FOR PE, TN, th, PS PART 1 WOODWARD GOVERNORS 16I1 CLEARED "OTIFO PICTURE 020 SIN, FO PEV,TV, PS, 1967 LIFE AS A WOMAN MARINE RECRUIT CLEARED NOTION FOR PC, PICTURE TN, th, 012 PS SIN, 1942 HIETORIEL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTOICALOPERATION OF DIESEL ENGINE GOVERNORS, ORIENTATION FILM FOR NARINES, DISCUSSES THE ON OUT FRON THE CROWD OVERSPEED, OVERSPEED TRIP AND REGULATING,PEOPLE OF VIETNAM, THE COUNTRY, AND A 16DM NOTION PICTURE 0141N, 1971 GOVERNORS. PORTION OF THE CIVIC ACTION PROGRAN. CILAEAD FOR PE, TV, th, PS UXL ON DIESEL ENGINE GOVERNORS ON DAY IN VIETNAM. A WOMAN NARINE TRAINING AND THE VARYING LINITING SPEED MECHANICAL 111, NOTION PICTUR, 028 WIN, 1967 ASSIGNMENTS OFFERED THROUGHOUT THE CORPS GOVERNORS CLEAREO FOl P., TV, th, PS, FOR WOMEN COLLEGE STUDENTS. I60 NOTION PICTURE 012 MIN 1943 HISTORICAL REWARDS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SO M, NOTION PICTURE. CLEARED FOR PC, TV, th, PS ' NAVY AND MARINE CORTS ACTION IN VIETNAM ON COiUNITY MARINE, THE MAIN ASSEMBLIES OF THE GOVERNOR AND SHORT VtRSION. iiih NOTION PICTURE 015 NII, 1973 FUNCTIONS, OPERATION OF MANUAL FUEL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, to, PS CONTROL, ACTION OF GOVERNOR THROUGH LOW, OR FOR VALOR INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH SPEED RANGES. 111, loticn PICIURE Ol 11I, 1966 THE INDIVIDUAL NARINE IN HIS ROLE AS CLEARED FOR PC, T, th, PS, CITIZEN-SOLDIER ACTIVELY ENGAGED IN 'HE D. DIESEL LUBRICATION AND HISTORICAL FUNCTIONS OF HIS CIVILIAM CONMUNITY. COOLING SYSTEMS 16MM t OTIQO PICTURE 009 MIN 1943 PRESIDENT JO4IDN CONGRESSIONo PRESENTS THE MEDAL OF HONOR To SGT R. E W 161., NOTION PICTURE FEW GOOD 025 lin, MEN, A 1973 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ONALLESO. CLEARED FOU PE, TV, tn, PS, DIAGRANS, ANIMATION AND STRAIGHT HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW PARTS OF THE DIESEL ON STORY OF OLD G[ IRY, THE LUBRICATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS AND HOW NOTIOI PirTURE O02 110, 1968 BOOT CAMP TRAINING FOR NA21IME CORPS THEY OPERATE IN RELATION TO EACH OTHER. CLEARED FOR PC, TN, to, PS 'UCL RECRUITS. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE ON DIESEL LUBRICATION AND A HISTORY OF THE AIERICAN FLAG FROM THE COOLING SYSTEMS - LUBRICATION ENGLISH ilag OF ST. GEORGE, BROUGHTO THIS ON OPERATION ONE PLUS TWO OF THE GM.71 SERIES ENGINES COUNTRY BY THE PILGRINS, TO THE PRESENT NOTION PICTURE 015 BIN, MM NOTION PICTURE, 012 WIN, 1943 STAR BANNER. HISTORIC BATTLE SCENES AS THE CLi.ED FOR PE, TV, th, PS rleared FOR PE, PS COUNTRY FOUGHT TO GAIN INDEPENDENCE AND TO KEEP IT, UP TO THE CONFLICT IN VIETNAM. THE BARINE CORPS NFO P.JGRAM FOR COLLEGE COURSE OF OIL THROUGH THE ENGINE AND HON IT MARINE CORPS CIVIC ACTION IN BOTH KORE AND ST'5TS. LUBRICATES EACH PART, WORKING PRINCIPLE OF VIETNAM. THE VENTILATION SYSTEM. 2252i-ON l MAN IN CHARGE, ThE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SB MM 'ON THOROUGHLY MODERN MOLLY 16W NOTICON PICTURE 018 RIN, ,. NOTION PICTURE 013 IlN, 1969 CW RO FOR PE, IN, th, PS UNC! ON ELEMENTS OF STABILITY IN CLEARED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS, SHIPS HISTORICAL PROBLEMS OF LEADERSHIP ON THE SMALL UNIT LEVEL AND THE IMPORTANCE OF IDENTIFYING THE SERIES TITLE: OAMAGE CONTROL THE VARIOUS JOBS, DUTY STATIONS AND OVERALL CONCEPTS O LEADERSHIP 9S THE 1611, NOTION PICTURE, 037 %IN, 1943 F C-29 "" ".""""" "." "" "....". "".':""":".... ". :%:.. : '"''-"-: T" " :",:,-''':';- :-:-:.": :'' -:":" : :

186 k0 W802*C.4 PRNCPES OF BUYNYAlGAVT1N V 651 TINPITUE, PS~ IN am PILOTING USE OF 11EA11ES CIRCLE. COMPASS PRINIPLS OFINOANCYAllGRAVTY BS TE ~REPEATER AND ALIDADE 10 SECURING BEARING$. EFFECTS OF LOADING O1 STABILITY All PEItOD LIST OF STABILITY WITN PROPER CORRIECTIVE ROME: DISTRIBUTION LIMITED TO AJNOTC USE OF NOLL OF A SKIP. NEASIRES IF LIST IS INCOUNTENED AT SEA. hhpltn SUFC ZIB315-0 EFFECTS OF MINTY ON a3gd Of257- ARTSPLTNG-SUFC STABILITY, PART I SN$0IFT of 213 CAT SERIES TITLE: NAVIGATION flight SE11EM TITLE: NAVIGATION UGH NOTION PICTURE Oil 111, 1%44 SEBiES TITLE: DAIMAGE CONTROL U6U NOTION PICTURE, Oil III, 1942 CLEAAE FOR FE, TV, th, PS UICL 160 NOTION PICTURE1, , 1945 EWO FOPE, PS aml A NIGHT PILOTING PROGRAM IS STUDIED AND ofe OwEAE FOR PE. PS AMC ARIMATED DIAGRAMS AID STRAIGHT PIIOTOGRAPIV ENTIRE PROCEDURE FOR BRINGING THE 055 EFECSOFVRTCL I AHARSIPSIFSARf USED TO EXPLAIN ADVANTAGES AID SAVANNAH INTO HARBOR AT NIGHT IS PRESENTED. EFFETS F VRTICL AD ANVARSNI SNFTSLIMITATIONS OF MERCATOR. GNOMORIC, AI INo 1 THIS PROBLEM, THREE. LIGHTS SEER ATA OF WEIGHT OR STABILITY. NOW CURVE OF STATIC LAMBERT 'FRFOUA PROJECTIONS. CERTAIN TIRE ALLOW FOR TIE DETERMINATION OF STABILITY CAR BE DETERMINED NATHEIATICALLY. Or-AAMS: Dt3TRINITION LIMITED TO NIJOTC A FIX, SPEED. AID COURSE SETTING DN EFFECTS OF WEIGNT ON REMARKIS: DISTRIBUJTION LIMITED TO RJROTC USE STABILITY. PART I UUGNT ON NAUTICAL ASTRONOMY ADDIION$ RELATIVE EOVENIENT, PART ADDITONS ERIE TITLE: NAVIGATION AND IN SEARCH, SEIES[ TITLE: DAUMAE CONTROL Im NOTION PICTURE, 0231IN, 1942 RELATIVE WIND 165 MOTION PICTURE. 023 IB, CU.AEd FOR FE, PS SEISTTE:NVGTO a..~hofo P0HO FE CELESTIAL COORDINATES AlE PLACED It 1GH NOTION PICTURE 012 RIll 1944 EFFECTS OF CHANGES OF WEIGHT 0N STABILITY RELATION TO EARTH. NOW DECLINATION. ZENITH t[eaad FOR FIE, TV, fh, PS UNOL OF A CRUISER. NORNAL CONDITIONS OF FULL POINT, NADIR LINE, AND JUNE AID SEPTEMBER LOAD, AFTER FUEL WAS USED FION TANK3 BELOW SOLSTICE ARE USED IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION. RELATIvE IOVEBENT, COMPUTING TiRE SPEED,. G. WEIGHT TAKEN ON TOPSIDE, TOPSIDE REMARKS: DISTRIBUJTION LIMITED TO NJROTC USE COURSE WHN[ LEAVING AHO RETURNING TO A WEIGHT SHIFTED CAMING KEEL. CARRIER, SEARCHIRG ON A RELATIVE HEARING TO ASTRONOMICAL TRIANGLE, A CARRIER AND RELATIVE NIND ARE TREATED MNETACENTER IN STABILITY -THE, PARTS I AND 11 THEORETICALLY. PART 1, THE SERIES TITLE: NAVIGATION ROMRS: DISTRIBUTION LIMITED TO NIROIC USE SERIES TITLE: DAMAGE CONTROL 160 NOTION PICTURE, 037 BINl, ON OBSERVATIONS, NAPS, AND 160 NOTION PICTURE. 026 NIX, 1945 CLEAAE FOR FE, PS UNCI. FORECASTS CLEAAEDFORPE, PS USE IN DETERMINING POSITION OF SHIPS ON THE SERIES TITLE: AEROLOGY THE IMEPORTANCE OF THE WETACENTEN IAND ITS EARTHIS SIJRFACE. 160 NOTION PICTURE 015 MIN 0949 RELATION TO STABILITY, NETACENFTERI OR REtRS DITIUINLNTD unnt LA FOR PE, TV, th, PS 'UC CIRCULAR AND RFCTANGULAR FORMS, EFFECT OF RM ITIUINLMTDT JOC6dUC SHIFT OF CENTEsc OF GRAVITY WITH RELATION TO ON TINE -PARTS 1, 2 AND 3 BASIC PROCEDURES AND INSTRUMENTS FOR WANING THE BETACENTER. CONDITIONS OF GOOD A WEATHER OBSERVATION ON A SHIP. PLOTTING STABILITY, EQUILIBRIUM AND CAPS IZINIG. SERIES TITLE: NAVIGATION REPORTS AT WEATHER CENTRAL; VARIATIONS OF ON NATACENTER IN STABILITY le16e NOTION PICTURE, 057 Ill, 1943 SYMBOLS. ANALYSIS OF A WEATHER NAP, AND PART 1. THE CLEAtD FOR FE, PS FORECAST PIMPARATIONS. SERIES TITLE: DAMIAGE CONTROL DIVIDES THE GLOBE INTO TINE ZONES, AND TiRE DN WEATHER AND RADAR lee OTIO PICURE,022 IN, 945INTO APPARENT, SIDEREAL, AND MEAN TINE. USES 0 F6 OTION, PSCUR 02 OI,195 F THE CHROMNOETER, AND EXAMPLES OF THREE j SERIES TITLE: AEROLOGY C516AE FOME S X EANS OF COMPUTATION OF TINE AND ITS U60 NOTION PIrTURE 0171BIN 1993 EFFECT O1NMETACENTER OF CHANGES 1I VALUE OF RECKONINMG. CLAAD FOR PE, TV, th, PS ULL U, RELATIONASH IP OF METACENTER HE IGHT W1IfH REMIARKS: DISTRIBUTED LIMITED TO NJROTC LCTN N DNIYN ETE RANGE OF STABILITY, INITIAL STABILI~ INA C AD IENIYN ETE TERNS OF DISPL.ACENENT. EXAMPLE OF A WARSHIP ON STAR IDENTIFICATION D ISTURBANCES WITH RADAR, COLD FRONTS, WARM ON CUIS TAILTY AD HARESOF UETOFRONTS, THUNDERSTONMS, TYPHOONS AND OACRIEADCHANGES OF STAHMTROGHDELEITY DUOF SERIES TITLE: NAVIGATION - HURRICANES. ECHO PATTERNS ON THE PPI SCOPE. CHANGES, OFU WEAMUIGTITHOUGH DELEIN 6F 0 NOTION PICTURE, 016 BIN, CLEAED FOR FE, npsk ON RULES OF THE NAUTICAL N LOOSE WATER IN STABILITYRA INODCOPRTI PART I - IN INTACT SPACES NOVEMENT OF STARS ACROSS THE SKY. BASIC AND 2 NAVIGATION STARS, INCLUDING OUTHE, POLARIS, SRE IL:RLSO SERIES TITLE: DAMAGE CONTROL ARCTURUS SPICA, REGULUS, VEGA, WETALGUSTE. SEAUSTICALE ROAD F H 16M NOTION PICTURE 0131N1N, 1947 SIRIUS, AND SEVERAL IMPORTANTNATCLRD CEA*Ed FOR PE, TV, IN, PS CONSTELLATIONS, ARE LOCATED ANID IDENTIFIED. 169 NOTION PICTRE, 021 WII, 1942 PRINCIPLES INVOLVING FREE SURFACE, LOSS OF RMRS ITIUINLMTDT JOCCE~OFRF.P G.M. VARIES DIRECTLY AS THE LENGTH OF DEAD RECKONING, PLOTTING, PROPER LOOKOUT AND GOOD SEAMANSHIP. COMPARTMNET, LOSS OF G.M. VARIES AS CUBE OF AND CELESTIAL LINES OF INEVITABLE ACCIDENT AND MARINE COLLISION NIDTH OF COWPANTXENT. POSITION LAW. (FILMED IN ANIMATION). 2355B-DN LOOSE WATER IN STABILITY, SERIES TITLE: NAVIGATION ON LIGHTS, RUNNING AND PART 2 - IN SPACES OPEN TO 16 OINPCUE00WN 93ANCHOR TESACLEAED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE SERIES TITLE: DAMRACE CONTROL MR3BORPTSIGERAHC NAUTICAL ROAD 160 NOTION PICTURE, 013 MIN, 1947 PLAN OF %R3BODPTSIGERAHC1MNOTION PICTURE 017 MIR, 1942 CLEAEDFORFEPS94C POSITION AND SOLUTION OF WIND PROBLEM. aa FOR FE, rtv, th, HEW P FO PE, UACLREMARKS: DISTRIBUTION LIMITED TO NJROTC USE PS UC EFFET FRE TABLITY CNWUICAIONON 236B.N PLOTNG SUFAC, PNTS INLAND AND I91TERNATIONAL EFFET O FRE TABLITY CMMUICAIONON RULES FOR THE N PLOTNG SUFAC, PRTS COLOR OF LIGHTS, POSITION AND VISIBILITY DN LIST AND STABILITY AFTER I AND 11 FOR MASTHEAD, SIDE, RANGE AND ANCHOR LIGHTS DAMAGE PAT ESTIMATING SEISAILNDAIGTO LIGHTS DISPLAYED BY VESSELS BEING TESUATION 16E NOTION PICTURE 033 NIH, 1943 SERIES TITLE: DAMAGE CONTROL CLEAED FOR PE, TV, fh, PS DN CITY OF ROME INCIDENT C-30 6

187 DoO C.4 1, NOTION PICTURE i, NOTION PICTURE, 0051l, 111 SERIES TITLE: ROLES OF THE W F.Jo)Fi, Th, P wi, UICL duwikefopeps UNCI. NAUTICAL OA It NOTION PIC 5 N05il, 1942 NOV THE 'GULF TRADE* CRASHED INTO THE REAR COLLISION OF THE TWO STEAMSHIPS OFF THE EWA5 FOR PE, TV, tl, PS, OM OF A SIRGE STRING ATTEMPTING TO PASS. COAST OF CALIFORNIA, EXCHANGE OF SIGNALS, VISTORICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE CAUSES OF OVERTAKING ACTION TAKEN AFTER THE CRASH WAS IWNINENT, NOW TIIINTY.SEVEN lew AROARD SUSIARIlW 5.51 COLLISIONS. AND THE DECISION OF THE SUPREWE COURT.... let DEATH DUE TO AN IMPROPER PLACEMENT OF 235S.D-N OVERTAKING AT NIGHT ON SPECIAL STEERING AND RUNNING LIGHTS AND A DISREGARD FOR RULES OF SAILING RULES TIME NAUTICAL ROAD. SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE NAUTICAL ROAD SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE DN TORING LIGHTS 168 NOTION PICTURE W, 1943 NAUTICAL ROAD SERile TITLE: SEIE TILE ROE RULES OFT THE CLF.kED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UCL CLWE L NOTION FOR K, PICTURE, PS 014 SIN, 1943 UAL NAUTICAL ROAD THE NEED FOR FREQUENT BEARINGS. VARIOUS 160 NTION PICTURE , 1943 WHISTLE SIGNALS ON HIGH SEAS AND INLAND STEERING AND SAILING RULES GOVERNING TWO c016 FOR PE, TV, Il, PS 0L'CL WATERS, PASSING TO PORT OR STARBOARD. VESSELS, ONE UNDER WAY AAD ONE FISHING. APPLICATIONS OF THE OVERTAXING RULE TO DEFINES - FqIVILEGE.AND.BURDEN LIGHT SPECIFICATIONS FOR TOWS J9 AND OVER DISTINGUISH BETWEEN PRIVILEGED AND BURDENED 600 FEET IN LENGTH. LIGHTS FOR SUBMERGED VESSELS ON SAILIAKING - HAICH CANOPY TOWS AND VESSELS IN TOW, LIGHTS FOR BARGES,. MEASURING AND DRAWING CANAL BOATS, SCOWS AND DUIP YORK SCOWS IN MRIK0.SERIES NEW ON CROSSING ITEAI VESSELS TITLE: SNIPSUILDINQ, I SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE SKILLS N LIGHTS - VESSELS BEIN41 NAUTICAL ROAD 163 VOTION PICTURE, 021 BIN, 19" " TOWED 16, NOTION PICTURE 015 NIN, 1943 CLEA FOR PE, PS UMNL SERIES TITLE: RULE! OF THE CLED FOR PE, TV, Il, PS EXPLAINS PROCEDURE FOR WAKING A HATCH NAUTICAL ROAD CROSS;NG IS DEFINED AND GENERAL RULES FOR CAOPY 16 I NOTION PICTURE, , 1943 INTERNATIONAL AND INLAND WATERS ARE EA26 FOU PE, PS UNLC ILLUSTRATED. USE OF IHISTLE SIGNALS IN N COOPER BESSEMER DIESEL CR =,INSITUATIONS. ENGINE MAINTENANCE - BENCH INLAND RULES FOR LIGHTS ON BARGES AND CANAL IWORK * PART 5 - REASSEMBLY OF SOATS, SCONS, AND NONDESCRIPT VESSELS IN ON SVEA" "RIT M INCIDENT CYLINOER HEAD NEW YORK HARBOR AREA. 16H NOTION P!CTURE 014 1IN, 1944 SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE CLEAUED FOR FE, TV, N, PS ON SPECIAL LIGHTS NAUTICAL ROAD SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE CDEDA S 16 ET NOTION FORP, PICTURE, PS 005 WIN, 1943 O USE OF PROPER TOOLS FOR REASSEMBLY. NAUTICAL ROAD N AMPUTATIONS PART NOTION PICTURE, , 1943 INTERCHPNGE OF SIGNALS AND THE RESULTANT UPPER EXTREMITY CLEARb FOR PE, PS UCIL CRASH TWELVE NILES OFF THE COAST OF 1611 NOTION PICTURE, 0161IN, 1344 L IGMT$ UNDER INITERNATIONIAL AND/Olt I NLAND CALIFORNIA, AND THE DECISION OF THE COURT. A ED FOR?., PS RULES ON CROSSING AT NIGHT GUILLOTINE AMPUTATION OF UPPER EXTREMITY. SHOWS SPECIFIC OPERATION OF SUPRACONOYLAR ON WHISTLE SIGNALS FOR SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE AREA OF THE ARM. REVISION AND REANPTJTATION APPROACHING STEAM VESSELS NAUTICAL ROAD OF THE STUMP, ANO TECHNIQUE OF rineplastic NOTION PICTURE, 019 1IN, 1943 OPERATION. PROSTHESES FOR UPPER EXTREMITY * SENIUE TITLE: RULES OF THE CLEED FOR FE, PS UNL ANPUTATION. INDICATIONS FOR AMPUTATION, AMPUTATION TECHNIQUES, DRESSING, TRACTION, 16I NOTION PICTURE, 017 WIN, 1943 CROSSING IN RELATION TO A SF',PS BEARINGS. AND POST-OPERATIVE CARE. CLFJkED FOR PE, PS EXCHANGE OF SIGNALS AND ACTION TAKEN BY EACH SHIP. HOW TIlE BEARINGS OF ANOTAER SHIP 2375W-ON ABC OF G, THE RULES FOR USING THE ONE, TWO, AND THREE CAN BE DETERWINED BY RUNNING LIGHTS, 311 NOTION PI CTURE 019 VIM, 944 BLAST SIGNALS. THE DANGER SIGNALS, AND THE WHISTLE AND DANCER SIGNALS USED IN INLAND CLEAkED FOR PE, PS BEND SIGNALS IN APP30ACHING SITUATIONS. AND INTERNATIOMAL WATERS. HOW LINEAR ACCELERATION OR TURNING PRODUCES ON OVERTAKING SITUATION M RULES IN FOG - PARTS I BORE GS. D!STINGUISHES PETNEEN POSITIVE G SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE AND 2 AND NEGATIVE G. SHOWS TEST EQUIPMENT USED NAUTICAL ROAD SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE IN RESEARCH TO DETERMINE HON SOON SUBJECT 16IN NOTION PICTURE, 015 MIN, 19GREYS OUT, BLACKS OUT, OR REDS OGIT. THE T,1943 NAUTICAL ROAD 3EFFECT OF FROW 2 TO 9G ON THE BLOOD IN THE CLEARb FOR PE, PS UCL 161 NOTION PICTURE. 01 1IN, 1943 BOOY, AN EFFECTS. WHISTLE SIGNALS USED ON THE HIGH SEAS WHEN CLEARED FOR PC, PS OVERTAKING AND FOR INLAND WATERS. WHEN FOG AND DANCER SIGNALS SHOULD BE USED, 237O7.N ACTION OF THE EXTRA-S APPLICATION OF RULES FOR OVERTAKING VESSELS THE MEANING OF FOG SIGNALS UNDER INLAND AND OCUR E S INARRO CHANNELS. IKTERNATIONAL RULES, AND HOW SAFE SPEED IN CLE TIO FOPRPE, P 0 UI9L ON VARANGER DORA WEEMS FOG SHOULD BE DETERMINED. C STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF EXTRA.OCULAR INCIDENT, THE ON SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES MUSCLES. DIAGNOSIS OF TYPICAL MUSCLE SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE DEFECTS, PARTICULARLY LATENT PARESIS AND NAUTICAL ROAD NAUTICAL ROAD PARALYS!S. 16K NOTION PICTURE, 005 KIM, W NOTION PI CTURE, 014 VIN, 1943 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SSW, NTION PICTURE. CLEARD FOR PE, PS UNL CLEAkED FOR PE, PS UKL ON SALVAGE OF THE USS THE "VARANGER" OVERTAKES THE 'DORA WEES" FIVE CASES IN WHICH THE COURTS DECIDED THE LAFAYETTE IN A CHANNEL 600 FEET WIDE. PASSING SIGNALS RULES OF SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES WERE NOT 1611 MOTION PICTURE, 035 WIN 1944 ARE GIVEN, THE PASSINGO ATTEMPTED", AND THE APPLICABLE. CLEAR[D FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL RESULTANT CRASH AS THE DOCRA NEEMS* IS DRAWN INTO THE "VERAMGER" ON BEAVER (SELJA) INCIDENT SALVAGE OPERATIONS FRON TIME OF THE FIRE TO DRYDOCKING THE SHIP, WORK OF SALVAGE 245I8-DN GULF TRADE INCIDENT, THE SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE ENGINEERS AND DIVERS, DESIGN AND PLACEMENT (TAURUS) NAUTICAL ROAD OF PATCHES, SHORING DECKS AND 3ULKHEADS, S "i FM7N0B C

188 PLACEIEIF! Of PUSPS STOPPING LEAKS WITN A DIESEL WIN11 CONCRETE. ASO TIE SNIP 110INING RU TION PICTURE, 020 Ill, : 2. MANIC CAINES, THE win.emd FOR PC, PS ol SER11S TITLE: FUNDAIENTALS OF LOW PRESSURE TYPE CLEANING AND INSPECTING NEAD. MIKING GRISES PHlOTOGRAPHYT 011ISGIU.RUSSELL NM IT AND VALVES RESIURFAC ING VALVE SEATS, All 10 NTION PICTURE, , 14 IURIS PAUT 2 LAPPIN VA~cii. 6 Caw FOR Ft. PS UIC SERIES TITLE: DISTILLING GENERAL MOTORS A CONSTRUCTION OF THE CAMERA. TYPES OF PLANTS DIESEL ENGINE - ENCH NORM CAMERAS. FILM HOLDERS, CAMERA BODIES OTION PICTURE 01911IN, 1944 PART 3 (.EASES, SPUTTERS ADJUSTMNETS, AND SCREENS. IN~ PE, TV, Nv. fr PS L SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS HSOYO N AEA DOUBLE EFFECT DISTILLING PLANT, PARTS A DIESEL ENGINE ON ELEMENTARY OPTICS IN CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION. FLOW OF WATER, 1KE NOTION PICTURE, 012 EMI, 1945 PHOTOCRAPHY $TEAM. VAPOR. AND CONDENSATE THROUGH tceamej FoR pf. ps UNlmSRE IL:FUDINASO SYSTEM.SEISTTEFUDMNASO INSTALLATION Of VALVES. OVEN SPEED TRIP. PHROTOGRAPHY SENIRAL MOTORS A TRANSFER BLOCK, TESTING OF VALVE AND RELIEF 16E NOTION PICTURE. Oil Ill, 1943 DIESEL, ENGlifE - DISASSEUULT VALVE ASSEUNLY. AND STARTING OF AIR O.EAD FOR PE, PS UNCI. SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS STARTING CHECK VALVE. PRINCIPLES OF LIGHTING EFFECTS AND HON A DIESEL ENGIlNE GENERAL MOTORS A LICIT IS NIIANNSSED NY USE OF A CAMERA IN 14M NOTION PICTURE, 03111N, 1945 DIESEL ENGINE - REICH MORKE TAKINC PICTURES. 4WIS H01 LIGHT IS EWA& FOR PE, PS amc PART 4 REFLECTED BY THE CURVATURE AND THIICKNESS OF INSPECTION OF SLOWER ROTORS AND PISTON$, SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS REMOVAL OF MEAD AND SCRAPING OF VEAN RIDGE, * DIESEL ENGINE LIGHT SENSITIVE MATERIALS MEMOVAL OF CONNECTING ROD REARING, AND I6E NOTION PICTURE, 026 RIN, SEIS1ILE945AETASO PULLING ONE PISTON AND ONE LINER IN PISTON tiied FOoE SuNI I PHOTOGRAPIHY ASSEJISLY. DISASSt11LY OF PISTON ASSEMBLY, INSPECT ION 1 ig0 NOTION PICTRE, 0201IN, ON GENERAL MOTORS A AND MINING OF PISTON, WRIST PIN, AND WRIST CLEAL~b FOR PE. Ps UNCIL DIESEL ENGINE -ESWINGS PIN BEARINGS, CHECKING RING CLEARANCE, REASSENNLY OF P!STON AND HOD, ARC PHYSICS Of LIGHT AND COLOR. CLASSIFICATION SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS INSPECTION. CLEANING. AND MIRING OF LINER. OF U'GMT SENSITIVE MATERIALS, ACCORDING TO A DIESEL ENGINE ILIGHT SEPSITIVITY, AND COMPOSITION OF IKE0 NO~TION PICTURE. O10 INl, 194! NAVAL EPIDEMIOLOGY LIGlIT-SERSITIVE M.ATERIALS. CLASFO S E NLSERIES TITLE: MEDICINE IN 2UIS-04 DEVELOPING THE NEGATIVE MAIhiTENANCE REMOVAL OF MAIN NEARINGS, ACTION - RELEASE NO. I INSPECTION AND SIKING OF MEANING SHELLS, 16E MOTION PICTURE, 01D M1N, 1948 SERIES TITLE: FUNDAMENTALS OF AND INSTALLATION OF SEARING SHELLS. CLE5ft FOR PE, PS UC.PHOTOGRAPHY 16E MOTION PICTURE. 023 RIM, [ DN GENERAL MOTORS A NAVY WONLD-RIDE VAN ON TYPHUS. CHOLERA. AND cle.ý FOR PE. PS.-. DIESEL ENGINE - REASSENBLY MALARIA NY EIFORCING CLEANLINESSI SPRA YINGCEISMANTHPREDEINEELIG LEINER ANT ITE OG NR AL PA TR S I ILNG I UMS STILL CAMERA FILM. COMPOSITION OF THE SERIS GEERA TTLE MOORS DN PLAGUE CONTROL DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS. TECHNIQUES OF FILM 16E-2IO 71CTAE DIESEL ENGINE IME MOTION PICTURE, 021 Ill 1945 DEVELOPMENT.e 1L6ME FOR~ PITRE, 023 INl, 1945 CLEAAE FOR PE, PS, HITORICAL CUA~~k~b K, P$ FOR ~~ WICL 2M7D 297O PRTO PRTO FJTARRF IDENTIFIES TYPES. CARRIERS AN ENGINES INSTALLATION OF LINES, PISTON ASSE 1SLY,' CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISEASE. AND SHOWS 160 NOTION PICTURE 021 SIN, 1949 CYLINDER HEAD. AND ROCKER LEVEL ASSEMBLY. CONTROL AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES., CWLIEA FOR PE, TV, I'll. PS NC N GENERAL MOTORS * DN DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY - JET PROPULSION ILLUSTRATED BY NEWTON LAW OF DIESEL ENGINE - REASSEMILY, FINDING LINE OF INTERSECTION ACTION. AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN JE T EA PAT2OF TWO SOLIDS ENGINES. PRINCIPLES OF RECIPROCATING SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS I6E MOTION PICTURE 022 INl, 1947 ENGINES TO COINCIDE IN JET ENGINES TO A DIESEL ENGINE CLEAED FOR RE, TV, Ill, PS PRODUCE HORSEPOWER AND THRUST. APPLICATION9 Of JET PROPULSION IN ROCKETS AND AIRCRAFT, 160M MOTION PICTURE. 0271IN, 1945 METHODS OF DETERMINING INTERSECTING CLEAED FOR PE. PS LINES OF A CYLINDER AND A CONE BY PASSING PLANES ON FLEET THAT CAME TO STAY, INSTALLATION OF INJECTOR AND CONTROLS THROUGH THE OBJECTS ON AN ORTHOGRAPHIC THE INECORTETADUSMET F NJCOR' DRARING. PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION Of l6umoion PICTURE 02231I, 1945 INSTALLATION OF VALVE BRIDGES AND ROCKER INTERSECTIONS OF CYLINDERS AND CONES BY ICLA FOPE. TV, IN, PS, SHAFT. AND ASSEMBLY AND TINING OF INJECTOR PLANES. HISTORICAL. AND EXHAUST ON NAVY PHOTOGRAPHY IN COMBAT SCENES FROb THE OKI NANA CAMPAIGN DN GENERAL MOTORS 16-2;8A SCIENCE PRE-INVASION SHONE BOMBARDMENT. IIAMI AZE DIESEL ENGINE. B ENCH ANOR 16E MOTION PICTUE 027 MIl, IDA ATTACKSOnU.S. SHIPS. *PART 1 CLWEAE FOR PE, TV, NI, PS UNCI PLASTIC SURGERY OF THE SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS USES OF STILL NOTION PICTURE AND SPECIAL HAND A DIESEL ENGINE CAL'ERAS DEVELOPED AND USED IN SCIENTIFIC 16 IR OTION PICTURE,' 012 KINk, MOTION PICTURE, 012 INl, 194 RESEARCH. TESTING, AND DEVELOPVMNT. CLEAAED FOR PE, PS UACL CLEAED FOR PE, PS ONCL N NAVY PHOTOGRAPHY IN PLASTIC SURGERY OF THlE HAND APPLYING LIVE REMOVAL OF VALVES. OVER SPEED TRIP INTELLIGENCE SKIM GRAFTS. CASES INVOLVING AMPUTATION, IISSEUSLY, TRANSFER BLOCK, AND CHECK VALVE. I6E MOTION PICTURE Ol111, 1948 TENDON LACERATION, AND NONE INJURY.I N GENERAL MOTORS A CLEAED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS UNCI ON PLASTIC AND DIESEL ENGINE B ENCH WORK NOW AER IAL NEISA ICS,. ST ILLS AND OTHER RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY OF THE PART 2 PHOTOGRAPHIC REPORTS YI E LD INFORMATION HAND CONCERNING ALL PHASES OF EENEY POSITIONS 160 MOTION PICTURE. 034 KIN, 1946 SERIES TITLE: GENERAL MOTORS AND VAR POTENTIAL. LEiDFOR PE, PS UKIL C-32

189 Olo C.4 Till. LE.REDFOR PE, TV, TN, PS URCL EARIY TRAVIATIC WOUNDS OF TIE WARDS, IETM(OS OF ELECTIVE SURGERY AND LATE N FUNDAMENTALS OF STAIN TECHNIQUES FOR PERFORNING BATHYTHERIOGRAPH RECONSTRUCTIVE M SlURGERY. LAYOUTS OBSERVATIONS. PRINCIPAL DESIGN FEATURES, PRELIMINARY STEPS F0' A LOWERING RECOVERY N CARE OF THE FEET SERIES TITLE: OUILDING AND RtENOVIlG AND HADOLING THE SLIDE. 160 IITION PICTURE, 012 I11, 1946 TECHNIQUES ý FOR PE, PS NOTION PICTIJRE 011 SIN, DN OCCUPYING AN,AAOFR~CLEAkEO FOR P, r, to, Ps UMOL OCEANOGRAPHLIC STATION STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF FOOT, CAUSES OF FOOTACIIES, FITTING SHOES. MEASURING, FITTING, AMe INSTALLIG SERIES TITLE: MILITARY STAt RIAYS. OCrANOGRAPHY PLASTIC REPAIR OF A CHEEK 1611, rtion PICTURE 029 1IR 1950 AMD LIP ON COMPLETE DENTURES - CIUARED FOR PE, TV, til, PS ' 16 1 OTICI PICTURE, 010 il1, 1946 ALGINATE IMPRESSIONS Olid FOR PC, PS URCL 1511 NOTION PICTURE 0151IN, 1951 DESIGN FEATURES AND FUNCTION OF HANSEN CLEE.D FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UICL BOTTLES, PREPARAT IONS FOR OCCUPYING AN ETNOO OF GRAFTING A SKIN FLAP FRO$ THE OCEANOGRAPHIC STATION, LOWERING AND RAISING N FORENtLAD OVER A DOSFIGURING SCAR ON THE NON-PRESSURE FULL DENTURE IMPRESSIONS USING BOTTLES, DRAWING WATER SAMPLES, READING AND -. CHEEK. IN ANOTHER OPERATION, A FLAP FROM ALGINATE IRREVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID IN LOOSE RECORDING TEMPERATURES AT DEPTH OF THE NECK IS GRAFTED TO FOR$ AN UPPER LIP. FITTING, PERFORATED BASEPLATE TRAY. SAMPLING, ANALYZING iawples FOR OXYGEN AND PREPARATORY OPERATIOW, GRAFTING PROOCESS, CHLORIDE CONTENT, ANo RAKING ENTRIES OF SEVERING SE'VERAL lleeks OF LATERS. THE FLAP, AND THE PATIELT ON IIONIECHANICS PARTIAL DENTURES OBSERVED AND CALCULATED DATA ON LOG SHEETS. " OTION PICTURE 015 1IN, ON AFRICAN TRYPANOSOIIASIS ATOMIC 30i INJURIES TO CLOwkED FOR PE, IV, th, PS UOML.. SLEEPING SICKNESS THE BIKINI ANIMALS -. PART 16N NOTION PICTURE 016 i0, 1951 I - PATHOLOGY INFLUENCE OF FORCES OF MASTICATIR ON C0LOD FORPE, PCV,T1, PS MOTION PIfTRIE, 012l BI, 1947 DESIGN OF PARTIAL DENTURES BY DIVIDING CL AWE FOR il, IS PARTS OF PARTIAL DENTURES!4TO BRACING, ETIOLOGY, EPIDEMIOLOGY. SYIPTONATOLOGY, SUPPORTING AND RETAINING ELEMENTS DIAGNOSIS, TREATIEPT, PROGNOSIS, PREVENTION NOR IONIZATION RADIATION PRODUCED INPORTANT CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. AND CONTROL OF AFRICAN TRYPANOSOUIASIS. HEMORRHAGE, SECONDARY INFECTION, AND TISSUE 23855ON COMPLICATED EXODONITA 23913WON LUBRICATION OF ELECTRONIC DEGENERATION IA EXPERIENETAL AN IALS. INTRODUCTION EQUIPMENT DN FOUNDATIONS AND CONCRETE 16W MOTION PI'TURE 017 WIN, BMl MOTION PICTURE 008 WIMN 1953 SERIES TITLE: BUILDING CLEAkED 0OR PE, TV, t ', PS UNUL CLEAkED FO.B PE, TV, TIH, PS OUCL TECHNIQUES PROCEDIIRES INVOLVED IN SUCCESSFUL REMOVAL THE NECESSITY AND IMPORTANCE OF ROUTINE AND 1611, NOTION PICTURE, 026 WIN, 1950 OF ALL TEET4. EMPHASIS ON THOSE TEETH WHICH NETHOODICAL LUBRICATION ACCORDING TO CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS REQUIRE E.XT, CT ION. MORE THAN USE OF FORCEPS FOR PROPER RECOIENDED PROCEDURES. OVERVIEW OF A BUILDING FOUNDATION, USUALLY ON INTRODUCTION TO ROTARY MOAE OF COINCRETE DR SHIPS PUMP$S ING FLIGHT 16 MIOTIOR PIMCURE 016 NIA, FRAMING, FLOOR JOISTS, CIEAkED FOR P, TV, TH, PS SERIES TITLE: HELICOPTER AND VALLS ORIENTATION SERIES TITLE: MUILOING GENERAL FUNCTIONS OF RECIPROCATING PUMPS, 1611 NOTION PICTURE 030 W IN, CENTRIFUGAL CLEA.ED 'OR PE, iv, Nl, PS 1952 TECHNIQUES 1611 NOTION PICTURE 025 Ill, ON ESTABLISHING PRIMARY AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HELICOPTER BASIC _ CLERkED FOR PE, TV, Ni, PS SURVEY CONTROL POINTS AERODYNAMIC PRINCIPLES AS APPLIED TO CONSTRUCTING WALLS, FLOORS, DOORS, AND SERIES TITLE: HYDROGRAPhIC ALTITUDE. WINDOWS OF A TIO-STORY BUILDING. SURVEYING OPERATIONS OF THE NAVY DN OPERATION OF THE SINGLE ON eframing, RAFTER 6.11 NOTION PICTURE 020 #IN, 1950 MAIN ROTOR HELICOPTER PRINCIPLE!, AND COOMNDN CLEWED FOR PIE, T'V, th, PS UNOL SRE IL:HLCPE RAFTERS SERIES TITLE: HELICOPTER INSTRUIENTS, METHODS AND SIGNALS BUILDING ORIENTATION SERIES TITLE: BUILDING REQUIRED FOR ESTABLISHINCG PRIWARY GEODETIC 161N NOTION PICTURE 020 WIN, 1952 TECHNIQUES CONTROLS, INCLUING ASTRONOVIC.TL POSITION, CLERkED FOR PE, TV, H,2PS 1611 NOTION PICTURE 015 RIMN 1950 AZIMRUTH, RASE LIRE, TRIANGULATION AND CLEAAi FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UHL RELEVANT OPERATIONS. PRE-FLIGHTING, USE OF CONTROLS IN FLIGHT AND EFFECTS OF APPLYING CONTROLS. STARTING LAYING OUT AND CUTTING RýFTERS. 23$68W-ON SECONDARY SURVEY, "NTROL ThE ENGIE, CHECKIMG ENGINE OPERATION POINTS AND HYDROGRAPHIC BEFORE TAKE OFF, SECURING COPTER AFTER DN FRAMING, HIP AND VALLEY DEVELOPMENTS FLIGHT. RAFTERS SERIES TITLE: HYDROGRAPHIC N BASIC ANATOMY OF THE -- SERIES TITLE: BUILDING TECHNIQUES SURVEYING NAVY OPERATIONS OF THE HELICOPTER, THE 161" NOTION PICTURE 025 %IN, , OTION PICTURE 020 WIN, 1950 SERIES TITLE: HELICOPTER CLEARED FOR PE, TV, h, PS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, N, PS ORIENTATION NOW TO CUT, REASURE AND FIT VIP AND VALLEY SECONDARY SIGNALS BUILDING. 161W NOTION PICTURE 018 WIN, SOUNDING AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS 1952 RAFTERS. WIRE DRAGGING OPERATIONS, TIDE AND CURRENT OBSERVATIONS, PHOTOGRAUNETRIC COMPILATION, COMPONENTS OF THE HTL-5 HELICOPTER ON INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR MAGNETIC OBSERVATIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS 2 8O IH EM N TRIM WORK ON WITH THE MARINES - CHOSENW TO HUNGNAM SERIES TITLE: BUILDING ON BATHYTHERMOGRAPH 16is MOTION PICTURE 024 IN, 1951 TECHNIQUES OBSERVATIONS CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UCLL 1611 NOTION PICTURE, 012 VIN, 1950 HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV,T, PS UHCL SERIES TITLE: MILITARY I OCEANOGRAPHY UNITED STATES NARINES MARCH FRON THE CHOSEN INSTALLING DOORS, WINDOWS AND THL FINISHING 1611, NOTION PICTURE, 016 RIM, 1950 RESERVOIR TO HUNGNAM. AIR SUPPORT FROM THE C-33 FUITUJDt 117 N ".... -,

190 la~y Ago All FORCE. NAVAL SURFACE CRAFT 160 MOTION PICTURE 013 Il, f 111I1T OSILLS NIELL COASTAL POSITIONS, CARRIER OWE kfor PE. TV, h., PSUl EMTIO. BfllE TITLE: CARE AND USE Of 2197GM UIO Ot FILT TERNINOLOGY USED IN DESCRIBING AlD HAMI TOOLS - PART S 21 USTIC0 THONCOE OF MILITARY CLASSIFYING ARCTIC SEA-ICE. TYPES OF ICE, 0 B 19un 94UE THE LIFE CYCLE OF SEA-ICE, AID TVHE i FOR FE, ri, ti9'4 N yotmi FORMATION OF ICEBERGS. 0 NTION PICTUIRE 024 Ill, 1952 SZ E1MTO FTITDIL N H LF4O FOR PE, TV, S. PS m ON ELECTRONIC FUNCTIONAL SUTIZE ACTG~ION, NOW THEST DRELLSEAD THE MODULESSHARPENED. A INTRODUCTION TO CODE, MAJOR POINTS IN 160 NOTION PICTURE Oil JIN, 1960 NE NEW CODE. c dfo ETVtHPsUNCIL N METAL CUTTING CHISELS MMNI: ALSO DISTRINBUTED IN 3/4 I1CI, VIDEO TAPE. JE4DFRP tls MILITARY DEPENDENCE ON ELECTRONIC SYSTt1S SERIES TITLE: CARE ANO USE OF ONVHDOGRAPHY FOR CHARTING AID THE NEED FOR MODULAR DESIGN AND HAND TOOLS -PART G PART I -.. POSITION FIXING MECHANIZED PRODUCTION 1I MANUFACTURING. 160 NoTION PICTURE 0041Ill, 1954 * NOTION PICTURE Oil Ill O di E V H SUC Rd OFOR PE,TVTA, PS UlmL ON CRICOTNTROIDOTOUY CEADOP.VNP 160 MOTION PICTr. 009 NIll 1953 CORRECT USES Of THE COLD CNISEL, CAPE $ECRY AID PRACTICE OF DETERMINING A VESSEL IUAAd FOR PE, TV, IN, PS 'UNCI. CHISEL, DIAMOND POIXIT ANDW 114.-ROUND POSITION NY THREE-POINT FIX, RADAR CHISEL. CUTTING ACTION AND HO1 THIEY ARE 41BING AND MYPERSOLIC RADIO INTERFERENCE NOW TO DIAGNOSE SYMPTOMS, FIRIST AID SHARPEMED tlls. TREATMENT AND PATIENT CARE AFTERI THNE 2312-O HYROGAPY FR CARTNG INCISION IN THE CEYCOTHYROID ME18t'0NE N THRNEADING TAPS AND DIES$- - PANT SOUNDING ANO 240)1-ON SUCKING WOUNDS OF THE SERIES TITLE: CANE AND USE OF DRAGGI No CHEST HAN0 TOOLS - PART 7 A NOTION PICTURE 010 MIN, NOTION PICTURE 014 Ilk E NO1TION PICTURE 014 MIP, k- DFOR PE, TV.t,fPS UNCIL CLEkEdFOR PC,TVII, tps UNACL CFLA~ED FOR Pi,TV.I, tps ISTRUNENTS REQUIRED FOR DETERMINING RATER FIVE NECESSARY STEPS FOR THE TREATMENT OF USE OF TAPER PLUG AND BOTTOMING TAPS. DIE :PT, AND TECHNIQUES FOR WIRE DRAGGING TO SUCKING WOUNOS OF THE CHEST. ADJUSTMENTS FOR OBTAINING DESIRED FIT OF is5lti MATER DEPTH OBSTRUCT ION. THREAW O DEONSRATONSIN24045-DN ADVANCE OASE WATERFRONT OEOSRTIN 1CONSTRUCTION TINIER N LIFEBOATS UNDER GRAVITY PERCEPTICI PIERSI DAVITS LAUNCHING MOATS M OTION PICTbjRE 025 WI, NOTION PICTURE 017 WIN, NOTION PICTP U25 INI, 1954 EAED FOR PE. TV, fl, PS, CLD ED FOR pe, TV, th,p p UNC.CL UAAEd FOR PE, TV, thps Uc STRCLTOOLS, EQUIPMENT METHODS AND PROPER LAUNCHING MERCHANT MARINE-TYPE NESTED LONSTRATION AT PRIMCETON UNIVERSITY FOR CONSTRUCTION PLANNING, PIER COMPONENTS, LIFEBOATS UNDER RELIN GRAVITY DAVITS AT SEARCHI 10 PERCEPTION. HANDLING COAL-TAR COATED TIMBER PIECES: DOCKSIDE AMID UNDMY AT SEA ON FLIGHT TRAINING O.N INTRODUCTION TO HAND ON LIFEBOATS UNDER GRAVITY BEFORE YOU FLY TOS ANDAVITS RECOVERING BOATS IN MOTION PICTURE 01311N, 1953 TOL, Nla NOTION PICTURE: 014 NIlk, EAAd FOR PE, TV, tn, PS UIICL SERIES TITLE: CANE AND USE OF CLEAAD FOR PE, TV, Ill, PS URCL TTERN USED By PILOTS IN INSPECTTING HANTIND PITURES 01 BIN, 1954 THE SINGLE METHOD OF RECOVERING BERCHANT RCRAFT PRIOR TO FLYING. HOW TO LEAVE THE 16 OTION T P SCUE00%N UHOL MARINE-TYPE NESTED LIFEBOATS UNDER RELIN NE, TAXI, AND RETURN. SNi STARTING CEIE FRPTV, X P GRAVITY DAVITS. )CEDURES. THE USE OF HAND TOOLS IN THE NAVY, CHOOSING j201o AESD OLRRPI ON PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB. USING IT 247-O WAITERSIDUC BOIO E EPI CORRECTLY AND SAFELY. KEEPING THE TOOL IN U.INRCLCIO SERIES TITLE: MARINE GAS GOOD CONDITION. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS UC TURBINE ENCGINE245ON BSCLYU TOS I NOTION PICTURE 018 WIN, O BAILYUT OLSPROBLEMS AND CONDITIONS LEADING TO BOI LER -)ED FOR PEE, TV, tn, PS URCL SERIES TITLE: CARE AND USE OF REPAIRS. RATER SIDE AND FIRESIDE FAILURE OF HAND TOOLS - PART 2 TUBES. INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENT, MIENCLATURE, OPERATING PRINCIPLES, AND IN OTNPTUE06Nl1954 CONDITION OF THE REFACTORY AND VARIOUS RIATIONS IN DESIGN AMONG TURBINES. CL6AAEOTFOR PUTV, 006, PSl 4l.CEKONS 4000-DR1 SOLAR T-45 ENGINE, THE 202O AESD OLRRPI USE OF METAL-WORKING LAYOUT TOOLS N0 472O WATERVIDE BOILER RUEPARS SERIES TITLE:i MARINE GAS TEMPLATE PAPER AND SHEET METAL. 16 NTIN PICTREM 010 IN, BOLE5TBE I NOTION1 PICTURE 023 WINl, 1960 C452INHAKSWS61 D FOR PE, TV. th. PS UC MEDll FOR FE, TV, fw, Ps SERIES TITLE: CARE AND USE OF PROPER TOOLS. MATERIALS, METHODS, ICET O GA EGIN, TUBIN ASENLY NDHAND TOOLS - PART 3 IPRECAUTIONS AND OVERALL CONDITIONS FOP 0 -. RATIO#, UNIT ACCESSORIES AND FUNCTIONS, 16AN NOTION PICTURE 005 MIN,15 ELCN OLRTBS AEYPEATOS HOW TO OPERATE THE UNIT. 'CLEAAD FOR PE, TV, IN, PS 'UICL 203D AESD OLRRPI 4001-DR SOEING 502-IOC ENGINE, TYPES OF HACKSAW BLADES I N CONWON USE. -COIGTEBLR THRE CUTTING ACTION OF SAN-TEETH IN A VARIETY OF 31AN MOTION PICTURE 009 WIN, 1954 STOCK. CEWED FOR PE.T, tin, PS UNCI SERIES TITLE: MARINE GAS TURBINE ENGINES ON FILES AND FILING HOW TO CLOSE THE BIOILER AND PREPARE It FOR 3 SERVICE AFTER NECESSARY INSPECTIONS HAVE N OTION PICTURE 022 BIN, 1960 SERIES TITLE: CARE AND USE OF BEEN MADE TO THE WATER SIDES. INCLUDING S AAED FOR PE, TV, tw, PS URCL HAND TOOLS - PART 4 INSPECT ION AND REPLACENE- OF FAULTY TUBES. ISTRUCTION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF I60 NOTION PICTURE 005 NIll, DR FIRESIDE 6IE EAR -IOC TURBINE. CLEAAED FOR PE, TVd, th, PS UKC HIGH TEMPE krat REPCSAIRS 400 -ON OPERATIONS IN SEA-ICE - - ETAL-WORKING FILES AND THE CARE AND USE OF REFRACTORIES -IDENTIFICATION OF SEA-ICE THEN , MOTION PICTURE, 014 MIN, 1954 C-34

191 Dob C.4 USE OF SAMPLING KITS FOR COLLECTING SAMPLES SERIES TITLE: BASIC STEPS FOE APPLICATION FROM PRE.MIXIAG OF SUSPECTED IOLOjICAL WARFARE EVIDENCE ELECTRIClTT MATERIAL TO AIR DRYING AND BAKING OUT. ano USE OF DETECTION EQUIPMENT KITS IN THE 16. NOTION PICTURE 005 BIN, 1964 EVET OF DaI.AL ATTACK. CLEAAE FOR P, TV, th, PS ULC. 2407B -ON ATOISPHE111C STABILITY AMC IOIARK: REPLACES C. SYRBOiS FOR THE NEUROL ATOM AND THE ATOM INSTABILITY,. EXI.TING A TEMPEkATURE DISTRIBUTIO1N DM IIOLOGICAL WARFARE WITH ONE POSITIVE CHARGE. NORMAL ELECTRON i lotion PICTURE, 01,4IM, 1953 DECONTAMINATION.. M lotion AND OUTSIDE FORCE PRODUCING ELECTRON - 10 FOR Pft TU, P 1OTION NL INTERIORS IN ONE DIRECTION, RrSULTING IN ý F CO.RHUENT FLOV. THE RELATIONSHIP OF TEMPERATURE SERIES TITLE: ABC WARFARE 24110C0NT OW MAGNETS PROCUCE )tstrimution ON ATIO;PHERIC STABILITY, HOW DEFENSE ASHORE IAD13DE SIGNALS ARE PLOTTED. 161, MOTION PICTURE, t, 1,954 ELECTRICITY CP.ARACTERISTiCS OF STABILI'Y. CL.ED FOR I PE. V, TR ha, 6, SERIES TITLE: BASIC 2407S.0 ATUOSPHERIC STABILITY AND DECONTAMINATING INTERIORS. MARKING ELECTRICITY INSTABILITY " ADIABATIC SUSPECTED BUILDINCS AND USE OF FORMALDEHYDE 168 iotion PICTURE 003 MIN, 1954 PROCESS I F. CLEED FOR Pf, TV, TH, PS UKCL 1 11 BOIOBPICURE.01, 19:3A li, MAGNETIC FIELD EFFECTS A SNGLE ATOM, 1611 MOTION PICTURE 013 BIN, 19-3 COkDFRRit.P EAAE FOR PEt TV,,N, PS UACL ON BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL HOW A ATIC AED tir A E ATOM, OECONTAMINATION *- A GROUP OF ATOMS AND A WIRE IN A CLOSED THE ADIABATIC PROCESS AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN,XTERIORS CIRCUIT WITH A METER. A PARCEL OF DRY OR MOIST AIR IS RAISED OR LOWERED MY CONVECTION OR OROGRAPHIC SERIES TITLE: ABC WARFARS N ELECTROtAGNETS LIFING. DEFENSE ASHORE SERIES TITLE: BASIC 160 botion PICTURE 013 INI, 1954 ELECTRICITY N ATWOSPHERIC STABILITY AND CLEAAFD FOR PE, TV, N, PS UCL 16MM MOTIUH PICTURE 002 IH, O INS ABILITY THERMAL COVECTIOM TREATING GAS.CONTAHINATED AND GERM. CLE.AkE FOR PE, TV, th, I 1M, IOTION PICTURE 010 BIN, 1953 CONTAB I RATED OUTDOO0 AREAS TREATNENT OF CLEAE FOR ft T, TH, S UCL SURFACES. HAND.SPRAYING DAUC MlTH HOI CURRENT IS INDUCED BY USE OF A MAGNETIC FIELD. COMPONENTS OF A MAGNETIC FIELD AND THE CAUSES OF VERTICAL AIR CURRENTS IN THE DK BIOLOGICAL WARFARE HOW THE STREHGTH CAN BE VARIED. ATMOSPHERE AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECONTAMINATION.- PERSONAL CAAN-ES IN THE WEATHFR. EQUIPMENT N INDUCTANCE IN AU CIRCUITS r N ATMOSPHERIC STABILITY AND SERIES TITLE: ABC WARFARE SERIES TITLE: BASIC INS T ABILITY. STABILITY DEFENSE ASHORE ELECTRICITY AND THE WEATHER 1I6 FTITN PICTURE DOS BIN, MM MOTION PICTURE 007 SIN, UIIC 160 MOTION PICTURE 000 lin, 1954 CLEAK EDFOR PE, TV, N, PS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UMCL LEASED FOR PIE, TV, N.n UKL DECONTAMINATION OF CLOTHING AND PERSONAL THE DEFINITION OF INDUCTANCE AND ITS CAUSE THE EXISTING LAPSE RATE ON THE RAOB CHART GEAR WITH ETHYLENE OXIDE CARBOXIDE AND AND EFFECT IN AR AC CIRCUIT. INDUCTIVE ARI THE RELATIONSHIP TO STABILITY APO CHLORINE BLEACHING SOLUTION. REACTANCE, FACTOR CUIT AND TH PHASE E REACTANCE IN AN AC CIRCUIT AND THE PHASE INSTABILITY IN THE ATMOSPHERE. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ADIABATIC LAPSE RATE N CHEMICAL WARFARE RELATICNSHIP BETWEEN CURRENT AND VOLTAGE OF MOIST AMD DRY AIR. DECONTAMINATION -. WITH INDUCTANCE IN THE CIRCUIT K STORY OF PVAL AVIATION, PERSONNEL ON CAPACITANCE IN AC THE SERIES TITLE: ABC WARFARE CIRCUITS I1BN NOTION PICTURE 027 %IN, 1954 DEFENSE ASHORE SERIES TITLE: BASIC CLEARED FOR PE, TV, Xh, PS, 16i CTION PICTURE 013 BIN, 1954 ELECTRICITY HISTORICAL CLEAkOD FOR PE, TV.h, PS 1LAE MOTION PICTURE 006 BIN, 1958 DEVELOPMENT OF NAVAL AVIATION UP TO ITS U3E OF GAS MASKS IN DEFENSE AGAINST NERVE CLEAED FOR PE, TV, H, PS ONCL ROLE AS THE PRIMARY STR!KING WEAPOH OF THE AND OLISTER GASES. AND USE CF OINTDENTS AND FLEET. THE FIRST TRANS.ATLANTIC FLIG9T AND ATROPINE. PERMANENT, PORTABLE AND OUTDOOR CAPACITANCE AND HON A CAPACITOR WORKS. THE FIRST UNITED STATES CARRIER LANDING, PERSONAL DECONTAMINATION FACILITIES. PHYSICAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT CAPACITANCE AND THE EFFECT OF CAPACITANCE IN AFN AC USE OF HIGH.PERFORNANCE NAVY JET AIRCRAFT K CARBIDE W0OWORKING TOOLS ON SURVEY OF DISASTER CIRCUIT. CAPACITANCE REACTANCE, ITS EFFECTS IN AN AC CIRCUIT, FACTORS THAT AFFECT CARE AND 4RINCING SERIES TITLE: ABC WARFARE CAPACITIVE REACTANCE. AND PHASE ANGLE. 160 NOTION PICTURE 013 #IN, 1954 DEFENSE ASHORE CLWED~~~ CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, h, PS UNOL 16a MOTION PICTURE. 012 BIN, 1955 FO PE 2411B.ON TV T11 AC SERIES FS C CIRCUITS SERIES TITLE: BASIC HOW TO STORE ISSUE, GRIND AND TRANSPORT CARBIDE InOD10RKING TOOLS, SPECIALA6HOW DAMAGE information IS EVALUATED BY A ELECTRICITY OR/R CERNTG TOOLSE.O SPEI, NOT THAG PS CHARACTERISTICS. PASSIVE CONTROL CENTER TO DETERMINE WHAT 16CLNOTION PICTURE O0" VIN, 1958 CLEAEO FOR FE, iv, th, PS N CARBIDE WOODWORKING TOOLS ACTION IS REQUIRED.... HOW TO USE N RESCUE OPERATIONS.- ELEMENTS OF AC, AC SERIES CIRCUIT, THE. 1I611 NOTION PICTURE 015 RIN, 1954 LIFTING DEVICES AND SHORING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CURRENT AND VOLTAGE, T 4E EFFECTS OF VOLTAGE WHEN XL EXCEEDS 00 CZADFOR PE.T, hi, PS OROL CLEARED CARBSERIES TITLE: ABC WARFARE AND WHEN XC EXCEEDS XL, A SERIES RESONANT USE OF CEMENTED CARBIDE TOOLS ON THE DEFENSE ASHORE CIRCUIT USING A LCR CIRCUIT WHERE XC AND XL VERTICAL SPINOLE SHAPER, TABLE SAW, OVER 16H, MOTION PICTURE 016 RIN, 1963 ARE EQUAL. ARN RADIAL SAW, 'TRAIGHT LINE RIP SAN, TRIM CLEAAL FOR PE, TV, Nh, PS N AC PARALLEL CIRCUITS SAW, BANISAW, LATHE, PORTABLE ROUTER AND MULTIPLE HEAD BOULDER, METHOD OF SETTING UP RESCUE OPERATION PROCEDURES AND USE OF EACH MACHINE AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. MACHINE AHO HAND TOOLS. HANDLING SERIES TITLE: BASIC CASUALITIES, HOW TO MANAGE BROKEN GAS AND ELECTRICITY 2 A0M6. N BIOLOGICAL G WARFARE WATER '.NES, ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS DANAGED 16OM, NOTION PICTURE, 006 WIN, 1958 SAEPLING AND CHEMICAL WARFARE BUILD: NGS AND RUBBLE. CONSTRUCTION AHD CLEARED FOR PE, TV, IH, PS 1 OTEON E6, PICTURE 014 IM, 1967 APPLICATION OF VARIOUS TYPES OF SHORING. IE EFFECTSO S OF CURRENT URNADtATTEENRTR AND WHAT THE GENERATOR I DEMTIOEPCTUR N,96 CLEAýLD FOR PE, TV, TH, PS ELECTRON THEORY, THE SEES IN THE FOLLONING CIRCUITS LC F C

192 illel CIRCUIT, VIERE XL EXCEEDS XC, AN 10 NOTION PICTURE 024 all, DEFINITION AND PARALLEL CIRCUIT, WHERE XC EXCEEDS XL, CLýk FOR PE, TV, tn, PS ' g, EVALUATION A0 LIC PARALLEL CIRCUIT. WHERE XC am E NO ITION PICTRE 02011IN 3 XL METHODS OF CHEMICAL CONTROL. PREVENTING OW.iEFORPE, TV, til, I-. UIIC LAW U..$. ORRSTAL- CV-59 ACCESS TO WOOD. treaticg WOOD TO N AE IT V5.1 FRRETA. VA51 UNAVAILANLE AS A FOOD SOURCE TO INSECTS AND IMPORTANCE OF COLOR DISCRIMINATION; Now MOTION PICTURE , 1955 FUNGI. INDIVIDUALS WITH COLCR VISION DEFICIENCIES EDFOR PETV, t"n PSI UNCIL PERCEIVE THE SPECTRUM; RICAL THREE TYPES OF COLOR 241` EFFECTS OF MARINE VISION DEFICIENCIES ANO COLOR CONFUSIONS TRCINO OENARRF ARE.ORGANISMS INVOLVED IN EACH TYPE. WILD, MODERATE, AND TRCING OFHAS FRMOD EERN LAYIRCRA TO CAREREISTIL:WO SEVERE DEGREES OF DErECTS FOR ONE TYPE OF DIN PMAMMSSIFOMIG KELLAIG OSE ERIESTITL: 00 COLOR VISION DEFICIENCY; CORRECT PROCEDURE S NWOOUISIOING.PREERVAIONFOR ADMINISTRATION OF APPROVED TESTS 1611 FOR NOTION PICTURE S5W-DN ORIGINS 020 WIN, OF THE NOTION 1959 LOLOR CLEAAE VISION FOR PE, TV, DEFICIENCIES, N1, PS UNCI. PSEUDOISOCHRNOATIC PLATE TEST PICTURE ANDFARNIISOPTH 7 MOTION PICTURE 0201I1, 1955 FABITS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF MARINE LANTERN TEST., ED FOR PE. TV, tn, PS UNOL ORAISS REMARK(S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SSW, NOTION PICTURE. HISTORY DEVELOPMENT OF THE NOTION ON CONTROL OF MNARINE N VAPORt COMPRESSION UR R$TEERIS UGSIN FORGANISMS DISTILLING UNITS *. MOW RE FRMNC THE EARLES SURFEGEDSTOUNSDO THEY WORK AND MOW TO OPERATE ARON DAP INCIUR Of DSN THE ERCE SOUNDO SERIES TITLE: WOOD THEN DAU PICTURZEO ED BISON.TE WR OFPRESERVATION "EAU. DAUERE 1611 NOTION PICTURE 022 #IN,15 OW, ARBAT AND FOYRRGE DICKSON PEARVEYNP WITH HIGHLIGHTS 1601 NOTION PICTURE 021 HI19911,EDFRPE V ~15 :T1IAOIATROPE, LOETROPE. CLEAAd FOR PE, TV, tn. PS U NCL EPAN O H HE YTM FTEUI 4KISTOSCOPE AND PRAXINOSCOPE. SCENES XLISNWTETRFSSESO H IN 1300, EARLY NAVAL HISTOICA CONTROL OF DAMAGE WADE BY MARINE ORGANISMS. (FLOW, NEAT-TRANSFER AND CONTROL) OPE2ATE JRES OF THE GREAT WHITE FLEET, THE SHIPBOARD INSPECTION BY WTI H NT IRINE. HOLLAND -AND 19TH CENTURY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL N VAPOR COMPRESSION :S *. WATER 3: ALSO SUPPLY DISTRIBUTED 1lISSW, NOTION PICTURE DISTILLING NOTION PICTURE UNITS 021 NIM, 13K8 CHEMICAL CLEANING 64-ON CONTROL OF CORROSION BY, PSu CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, OINPCUEOosl ' 1958 CATHODE PROTECTION. RESPONSIBILITY CF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT IN E ORPTV H MURIED METAL STRUCTURES ASSURING THE POTABILITY OF!HE FRESH MATER FITTINGS, NOSFS, AND TANK NECESSARY FOR SERIES TITLE: PUBLIC WORKS SUPPLY ABOARD SHIP. POINTS OF POSSIDLE CLEANING OPERATION, NOV TO NIX CLEANING AND PUBLIC UTILITIES CONTAMINATION AND ACTIONS TAKEN TO CORRECT SOLUTION, HO$ TO ESTABLISH CIRCULATION OF NOTION PCUE09N,1960 NTOPITR01 ICONDITIONS WHICH ENDANGER THE SHIP S WATER CLEANER THROUGH THE UNI F, NOW TO FLUSH SUPPLY. CLEANER FROM THE UNIT AND RESUME NORMAL D th, FOR PE, TV, UK N SHIPBOARD INSPECTION BY OPRTNS RO-ORRSIO OFPIPLINS AD TNKSMEDICAL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL INSTALLATION N OF AIRCRAFT CATHODE ACCIDENT.- PROTECTIVE *.LIVING AND WORKING :IS. INSTALLATION, INVESTIGATION ADJUSTMENTS AND SPACES 160. NOT:ON,TION PICTUJRE 0 F 043 THE KIN GALVANIC K ANODE AND 1601 MOTION PICTURE 020 INI, SED CURRENT SYSTEMS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, Ni. PS CLEAAd FOR PE, TV, tn. PS REPNILTESOTHFIGTUGONWN ASD HPAOTR GSTUTUE RESPONS I BIL ITY CF THE NED ICAL DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATiNG AN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT. ASOERELATIVE TO SANITATION, VENTILATION, SERIES TITLE: PUBLIC WORKS LIGHTING AND SAFETY ABOARD SHIP. NOW N FIRE PREVENTION AND PUBLIC UTILITIES INSPECTIONS FOR THESE PROBLEMS SHOULD BE NATURE OF FIRE, THE NOTION PICTURE 020 MNIH 1960 MADE AND REMEDIAL ACTION TAKEN TO CORRECT 16MM NOTION PICTURE 013 NIH, 1958 D FOR PE, TV, th, PS uncl CONDITI-ONS THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT HEALTH. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, ib, PS HNG PREPARATION, APPLICATION AND N SHIPBOARD. INSPECTION BY THE THREE OF ELEMENTS OF FIRE ANP HOW THEY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL ARE CONTROLLED STORAGE FUEL TANK 16.W FOOD STORAGE 2200 IEPEETO.KO ;4O ULSOAETN 61NOTION PICTURE 013 MNI, Y0OUR FIRE PAZRDSNTO KO CLEANING CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS UNCI ORFR AAD NOTION PICTURE. 018 INI, 1950 SERIES TITLE: PUBLIC WORKS HOW TO INSPECT FOOD STORAGE FOR AIR CLEA~ED FOR PE. TV, TB, PS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES CiRCULAT!ON, CLEANLINESS, TEMPERATURE ANDFIE HA CTRSCSONTRALADHO IOTION PICTURE 032 MIN, 1960 STOWAGE ABOARD SHIP. FRCHATEIICOMMON CN MATERIALS AUE AD FIRE I N, FR S P, T, UCL DN SHIPBOARD INSPECTION BY Y RULES GOVERNING THE CLEANING OF MEDICAL DEPARTMENT TAK.FOOD PERSONNEL N DAMAGE CONTROL PREPARATION CIVILIAN-MANNED SHIPS TAHS 16MM NOTION PICTURE 026 MNI, NOTION PICTURE 020 MNIB INSPECTION FOR WOOD CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS I.,CLWEAA FOR PE, TV, tn, PS OUwCL DiSTROY 110 ORGANISMS HOW TO MAKE AN INSPECTION OF THE VARIOUS THE IMPORTANCE SERIES OF DAMAGE TITLE: WOOD CONTROL AS A AREAS OF POSSIBLE CONTAMINATION IN THE SAFETY-AT-SEA MEASURE; HON CREW MEMBERS FIT PRESERVATION PREPARAFION OF FOOD ABOARD SHIP. INFO THE DAMAGE CONTROL ORGANIZATION OF IOTION PICTURE 019 INIH 1956 NSTS SH IPS; AND NOW PRACTICE DEVELOPS 'FOR PE. TV, IN, PS 24240O.N SHIPBOARD INSPECTION BY READINESS FOR EMERGENCIES. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL,00 IS DESTROYED BY FUNGI AND INSECTS,..FOOD SERVING NAVAL AVIATION, A 0 INSPECT FOR AND IDENTIFY WOOD. 16MM NOTION PICTURE 01310I, 1958 PERSONAL HISTORY.. WEAPON ING ORGANISMS. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, fh, PS IS CONCEIVED, A I-0N CONTROL OF WOOD 161M NOTION NOW PICTURE TO MAKE 030 AN INI INSPECTION OF FOOD 1961 SERVING CLEAOED FUR PE, TV, th, PS,..., DESTROYING ORGANISMIS AREAS SUCH AS THE MESSING AREAS, SERVING SERIS TILE: OODLINE AND THE SCULLERY. DEVELOPMENT OF NAVAL AVIATION FROM ITS....- PERIESERTIONE W422OD COO IINDEIINIS ICEPTION PREERATON2442ON OP TO WORLD BAR 1. PIONEERS COOR ISONDEICENIE OF NMAVAL AVIATION DISCUSS PROBLEMS IN GETTING..* 2R C

193 Do C-4 NAVAL RECOGNITION OF AIRCRAFT AS A USEFUL OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS IN CLEDFORPE. UXAKPLES TV, TH, PS WEAPON IW BAHAL WARFARE. I TRANSISTORIZED COMPUTERS: CONCEPT OF HOW TO APPLY SYNTHETIC RUBBER NIX TO NAVAL AVIATION, A DIGITAL COMPUTATION AND Huv TRANSISTORS ARE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION AS PROTECTION AGAINST PERSONAL HISTORY WEAPON USED; NOV A SIMPLE TRANSISTOR SWITC4 VORIS: CORROSIO4, MOISTURE, VIBRATION AID SHOCK. 1S TESTED, A MINORITY CARRIER STORAGE IN THE BASE. IO HOW CONNECTORS ARE PREPARED FOR POTTING 160 NOTION PICTURE 025 IN, 1960 DELAYING EFFECTS OF STORAGE ARE OVERCOME. NIXING POTTING COMPOUND, TESTING THE NIX -.. CLDAkED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS ON SERVICING TECHNIQUES AND STORING IT.. DEVELOPMENT OF NAVAL AVIATION DURING WORLD ON RELIABILITY - STATISTICAL WAR I. PIONEERS IN NAVAL AVIATION DISCUSS SERIES TITLE: TRANSISTORS CONCEPTS WARTIWi EXPERILR.CES, EMPHASIZING PROBLEMS 16W1 NOTION PICTURE 017 BIN, NOTION PICTURE 025 KIM, 1961 AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS MARKING THE GROWTH AND CLERED FOR PE, TV, th, PS XCL CLEARED FUR PE, TV, th, PS "-. COMBATESTING OF NAVAL AVIATION IN WORLD COMMON FAILURES SUCH AS OPENS, SHORTS, AGO BASIC STrATISTICAL CONCEPTS ON WHICH LEAAAGE -URRENT, LOW GAIN AND PROBLEMS IN ANALYTICAL METHODS ARE BASED; PROBABILITY NAVAL AVIATION, A LOCALIZING THEM; SPECIAL SERVICING DISTRIBUTIONS AND PAIAMETERS RELATIONSHIP PERSONAL HISTORY WEAPON TECHNIQUES USED WITH TRANSISTOI;ZED BETWEEN POPULATIONS AND SAMPLE ESTIMATES, IS DEVELOPED, A EQOIP~EN CONFIDENCE AND TOLERANCE LIMITS' 160 NOTION PICTURE 030 1IN, ON GROUND.CONTROLLED ON BASIC NURSING CARE CLEARED FOR PF, TV, N1, PS UCL APPROACH EQUIPMENT ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT OF NAVAL AVIATION DURING PERIOD SITTING MEDICATIONS FRONMENTO NAVAL UOTICM 16O PICTURE Ol BIN, 1957 I1R6 NOTION PICTURE 013 KIN, 1959 M191 TO 1930 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ON P-N JUNICTION FUNDAMENTALS SITING AND LOCATION OF GROUND CONTU3LLED PREPARATION OF MEDICATIO, TREATMENT BOARD SERIES TITLE: TRANSISTORS APPROACH EQUIPMENT TRAILERS AT 0A,JUS AND OSAGE. 161,1 NOTION PICTURE Oll BIN, 1957 RUNWAY LOCATIONS ON AN A ; l I CLEARED FOR PE, TV, N, PS UONL ON GROUND-CO.TROLLEO ON THEORY OF THE LEAD-AiDO APPROACH EQUIPMENT.. STORAGE BATTRY SENl.CONDUCTOR DIODE A0 TRANSISTO R ACTION. ALIGNMENT OF ANICPN-4A 116MB, NOTION PICTURE, 025 VIN, 1959 APPLIED PRINCIPLES OF TRANSISTORS AND i CL RED FOR PE, TV, TH, FS JUNCTION RECTIFIERS. 16". MOTION PICTURE 012 BIN, 1957 CLEMrED FOR PE, TV, th, PS CNCL HOW CHEMICAL ENERGY IS CONVERTED INTO ON TRIODE FUNDAMENTALS ADJUSTMENTS AND SCOPE PATTERNS FOR ELECTRICAL ENERGY TO PRODUCE ELECTROMOTIVE SERIES TITLE: TRANSISTORS ALIGNMENT IN THE SYSTEM TIMING UNIT; COHO FORCE. 1611N NOTION PICTURE 010 IBN, 1957 AMPLIFIER AND VIDEO SWITCIHING UNIT. :4349.ON DIRECT CURRENT GkNERATORS CLEAVED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS DN VALUE ENGINEERING -. THEORY OF OPERATION ARRANGEMENT OF JUNCTION TRANSISTORS WITH P MORE SHIPS FOR LESS MONEY 16AW, NOTION PICTURE T 016 IN, 1959 N JUNCTIONS AS AN AMPLIFYING DEVICE. 1611, MOTION PICTURE 013 KIN 9 C F CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ElCI L COMPONENTS OF A GENERATOR, AND EAF OF SELF DON MINORITY CAktRIERS THE VALUE ENGINEERING PROGRAM AND RES'DLTS. INDUCTION. SERIES TITLE: TRANSISTORS 349O,.T MTR 16, NOTION PICTURE. 00 MIN, ON MSTS ARCTIC OPERATIONS, THEORY OF OPEN.',ION CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS OTIOý PICTURE, 010 M, M, NOTION PICTURE 043 MIN, 1956 N60 PE 10 BI, NC. THE PRINCIPLE OF MINORITY CARRIERS AND HOW CLEARED FOR PE, NA, th, PS, 1NC CLEA.iEO FOR PE, TV, to, PS THEY PRODUCE A REVERSE CURRENT UNDER NORVAL HISTORICAL COMPONENTS AND THE IR OPERATION. CONDITIONS; LIMITATIONS OF TRANSISTOR BEHAVIOR BY MINORITY CARRIERS WHEN THE INITIAL SEALIFT OPERATIONS CONDUCTE) BY 243S52-ON REINFORCED PLASTICS --.- TRANSISTOR IS HEATED OR LOADED. NSTS IN 1955 FOR THE ESTOBLISHMENT OF INTRODUCTION - DENLiNE STATIONS, CENTRAL SECTOR. 161M NOTION PICTURE G N LOk.FREQUENCY AMPLIFIERS ON OPERATION DEEP FREEZE I CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS SERIES TITLE: TRANSISTORS 16DO NOTION PICTURE, 022 BIN, 1957 'WHAT REINFORCED PLASTICS ARE, HOT THEY ARE ICU, NOT!ON PICTURE, v15 VNi, 1958 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TO, PS, YNCL L MADE OF, AND HOW THEY AR' FABRICATED. 0 CLEARED FOR PE. TV. T, PS HISTORICAL. HOW TRANSISTORS ARE JSED TO AMPLIFY LOW TiE FIRST PHASE OF OPERATION DEEP FREEZE 4353-ONSPREINORCEN PLASTICST FREQUENCIES IN COgNON BASE; COMMON EMITTER AND NAVY'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE IGY. CONTROL AND COMMON COLLECTOR CIRCUITS; HOW THE PREPARATIONS. DEPARTURE. VOYAGE, AND ONTR 1957 "16M TRANSMITTER FUNCTIONS IN COMNOý BASE AND ANTARCTIC OPERATIONS. NOTION PICTURE, 020 MIN, 1NCE COMMON EMITTER AMPLIFIERS; REFINED COBMON CLEAAED FOR FE, TV, TO, PS EMITTER AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS N MILITARY IMMUNIZATIONS.. GENERAL PROCEDURES!NSPECTION PROCEDURES. EXAMPLES OF VARIOUS ON HIGH FREJUENCY OPERATION 16MB NOTION PICTURE 023 MIN, 1959 COMMON DEFECTS AND THEIR CAUSES, PROCEDURES... AMPLIFI RS AND CLEARED FGR PE, TV, td, PS LEADING TO FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF FINISHED PART by NAVAL INSPECTORS. OSCI LLATORS VON A SM AL L TE AM OF #ED ICAL PE RSONN EL CA AN 24 -N RIFOCDPATC SERIES TITLE: TRANSISTORS immunize LARGE GROUPS SAFELY AND QUICE. Y 4354-ON REINFORCED PLASTICSN OF SINGLE SXIN ONMOTION PICTURE 0 BREPAIR CEED FOR PE, Pi., H,? 'NCL 24A33-DN MILITARY IMMUNIZATION FAILURES - SMALLPOX VACCINATION 16MM. MOTION PICTURE 019 BIN, 1957 HOW TRANSISTORS OPEhATE IN HIGH-FREQUENCY 16MR NOTION PICTURE 012 MIN, 1959 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATOR CIRCUJ FS; THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UMCL i INFLUEE OF TRANSIT EFFECTS IN DOISE, IMETHODS OF REPAIR TO SINGLE SKIN REINFORCED COLLECTOR CAPACITANCE AND BASE RESISTANCE. BULITIPLE PRESSURE TECHNIQUE FOR SMALLPOX PLASTIC PARTS. VACCINATION: HOW TO OBSERVE AND RECORD OH UNITED STATESS NAVAL TEST DN SWITCHING EFFECTS. PILOT SCIOOL, THE " 'ES SERIES TITLEý TRANSISTORS ON MOISTURE PROOFING 16M NOT'ON PICTURE 013 BIN, 1959 '- 161, NOTION PICTURE, 015 NIH, 1959 ELECTRICAL AN TYPE CONNECTORS CLEARED FOR re, TV, th, PS, ONCL '-.' CLEAkED FOR FE IV, TO, PS ONCE DON ANTO PICTURE, 020 WIN, 1957 HISTORICAL F C-37 -o',"---s.

194 RELIABILITY ASSURAMICE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH. PS, lmn1. ICADEMIC AND FLYING CURRICUl RELATIVE 10II NOTION PICTURE, , i965 HISTORICAL" EST DIVISIONS AT NATC, AND THE FLEET. OLEABd FOR PIE LUCL GROUND OPERATIONS, PREFLIGHT CHECK. 141-O SAFETY OI-TNE-JOB AT SEA PROCESS VS PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION; PREHEATING, STARTING, TAXIING, TAKE.OFF, NOTION Pr."TlRE 016 I11, 1957 APPLICATION OF PERFORNANCE SPECIFICATION TO LANDING, PARKING ARU SECURING. ED FOR PE,TV, till, PS mc A MILITARY PART; APPRAISAL OF INSPECTION T O-P---- "40N NIZATIOf FOR SHIPSOARD NZTOFOSHPORSAEY1ISSENGINES SAFETY in ISTS PLANS, TEST PLANS, AND LIFE TEST DESIGN. 2G420-DN TUR INTRODUCTION ROP TURBOSHAFT. S. HOW SHIPBOARD ACCIDENTS OCCUR; DN ELEMENTS OF RELIABILITY NOTION PICTURE 013 AIN 1959 ENT PREVENTION AFLOAT. PREDICTION CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS GROILEN STONY, THE SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY THEORY OF TURBOPROP AND TURBOSHAFT ENGINES; - - NOTION PICTURE, 022 KIN, NOTION PICTURE 030 MIN TESTING AND ASSEMBLY OF ENGINE COMPONENTS ED FOR PE, TV CLEAd FOR PE, TV, TN, PS UNCIL IN MANUFACTURE; NAINTENANCE AND OPERATON" CF THE ENGINES ARE SRON" IF THE FARED ACTS OF INDIVIDUAL HEROISN PREDICTION TECHNIQUES. USE OF TECHNIQUES ON NG NORLD WAR II WHEN CONNANDER NAJOR CONPONENTS Or A WEAPON SYSTEM. HON OF ELECTRONICS BASIC )RE, FATALLY WOUNDED, FOR THE LAST TINE PREDICTIONS ARE MADE IN DRAWIMG-BOARD CIRCUITS -.. FREQ'JENCY S THE RATTLE-SCARRED BRIDGE, CONNANDED, PHASE, AND REFINED IN BENCH TEST AND CONVERSION E ED00WN," BRINGING ABOUT THE BIRTH OF PROTOTYPE TEST PHASES. 16, NOTION PICTURE 016 KIN 1961 OF NAVY'S GREAT TRADITIONS. CDE, FOR PE, T, TH, P LIS-ONl HELICOPTERR RESCUE AT SEA DN RELIABILITY UONITOIRING FO-ET, N.L'- * USES SCHEMATICS TO EXPLAIN OSCILLATOR AND NOTION PICTURE 021 BIN, 1959 SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY NIXER OPERATION IN THE PENTAGRID CONVERTER ED FOR PE, TV,, PS 16, NOTION PICTURE 020 NIN, 1964 STAGE OF A SUPERHETERODYNE RADIO RECEIVER. rhe SURVIVOR CAC COEOPERATE 1E HIS OWN CLEW D FOR PE, TV, TH, PS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. UE BY HELICOPTER, BY KNOVING WHAT TO BONITORING A PROGRAM FROM CONCEPT THROUGH DN WAVEGUIDES - USE PHASE. HOW DATA AND OTHER INFORNATION IS USED. SERIES TITLE: ELECTRONICS - IS-ONI FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTSS PART DA RELIABILITY MONITORING 161 NOTION S PICTURE 01 HIM 1959 SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY 16, NOTION PICTURE, 020 NIM, 166 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS NOTION PI.TURE 030 KIN 1961 CLEAAED FOR PE SFOR PE, T, IN, PS ' UoNCL OBJECTIVES AND FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF WAVE GUIDES M1ONITORING. ROW IT IS PERFORMED AT DE3IGN, REMARKS: ALS OISTRIdUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAFE. MENlTAL CONCEPTS OF RELIABILITY OEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, AND USE PHASES OF DN NAVAL HERITAGE PART 2 NEERING USED BY DESIGNERS OF AAVAL THE WEAPON SYSTEM P,%GRAj. F.R3AGUT STORY, THE IS SYSTEMS. 17-ON FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OA APPLICATION OF SERIES TITLE: EFFECTIVE NAVAL PART 2 RELIABILITY DATA, THE LEADERSHIP 160 NOTION PICTURE, 022 lin, MB, MOTION PICTUE. 027 NIN 1962 SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY CLEAED FOR PE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, NOTION PICTURE 027 IN, 1961 APPLICATION OF RELIABILITY DATA TO SOLVE HISTORICAL ":D FOR PE, TV. th, PS PROBLENS ARISING DURING THE LIFE CYCLE OF A TOE LIFE OF ADOMIRAL FARRAGUT AND THE 41ENTAL CONCEPTS OF RELIABILITY WEAPONS SYSFEN - DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, QUALITIES THAT MADE RIMA A GREAT LEADER OF S leering USED BY DESIGNERS OF NAVAL PROOUCTICN AND USE PHASE. HIS DAY. INS SYSTEMS. CONTINUATION OF 24386, AN ON APPLICATION OF D" MISSILES OF THE NAVY RELIABILITY DATA, THE NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, DN RELIABILITY ANALYSIS SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY 16, NOTION PICTURE 021 NIN, 1964 HISTORICAL OOT/IN PI'TURE 030 AIN, 1961 CEWED FORE, TV, th, PS THE TASK OF DESIGNING AND PRODUCING. --..' - -!D FOR FE, TV, tl, PS UlJL APPLICATION OF FEED-BACK DATA TO SOLUTION MISSILES FOR THE NAVY. 4CED N A V A L METHODS m EWD OF F RELIABILITY R L A I I Y ANALYSIS A A Y I OF EA PO PROBLEMS PS SYSTEMI. ARISING DURING LIFE-CYCLE OF A DN H I IN T R O D U C T IO O N T O... - NAVAL WEAPON SYSTENS. REGRESSION UNDERWATER SOUND -.- IlQUES, TOLERANCE LIMITS, CONFIDENCE DN ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS 1611M OTION PICTURE 019 MIN, 1959 IVALS, MULTIPLE REGRESSION TECONIQUES. IN RELIABILITY CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS SDOON RELIABILITY TESTING SERIES TITLE: RELIABI.ITY PRINCIPLES OF UNDERWATER SOUND ESSENTIAL TO SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY 16M11, OION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1965 UNDERSTAND SONAR. NOTION PICTURE 025 BIN, 1962 CLEED FOR FE, TV, HI, PS REMIARKI: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. :D FOR K, TV, N, PS UNCoL APPLICATION OF BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS FOR USE DN ELECTROMAGNZTIC ENITALS OF RELIABILITY TESTING DESIGN. IN SELECTING FRON COMPETING SYSTEMS AND FOR INTERFERENCE ASHORE ECONOMIC OECISIONS WHEN CHANGES TO A SYS.c0 16M, MOTION PICTURE 018 BIN, 1961 SO-ON SPECIFICATIONS AND ARE BEING CONS IDERED. CLEAAED FOR FE, TV, tr, PS RELIASILITY ASSURANCE OA RELIABILITY - ECONOMIC INPORTANCE OF RADIO COMMUNICATIONS, AND SERIES TITLE: RELIABILITY CONSIDERATIONS IN RELIABILITY SOURCES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE. NOTION PICTURE 025 KIN, 'M NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, 1966 IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS, INTERFERENCE :0 FOR PE, TV, th, PS CLEAAED FOR PS REDUCTION THE INTERFERENCE.*-:-"'"'""" PRINCIPLES ANO - DESIGNING OUT - )SOPHY AND FUNCTIONS OF SPECIFICATIONS INITIAL AND SUPPORT COST FACTORS CONSIDERED AATION TO ACHIEVEMENT OR RELIABILITY IN ESTABLISHNENT OF RELIA8ILITY GOALS FROM DR LOW LEVEL AIR NAVIGATION. iance; GENERAL AND0 DETAILED CESIGN TO FIELD MAINTENANCE Of MEAPONS NOTION PICTURE 022 INI 1960 FICATIONS; ENVIRONMENT; INTERFERENCES; SYSTEM. CLEAREO FOR PE, TV, ty. PS?ACTIONS AND INTERFACES AFFECTING PERFORMANCE REQUIREMES. ENENTS ON AIR OPERATIONS ANTARCTIC IN THE FLIGHT PLANNING AO FLIGHT TECHNIQUES USED BY CARRIER ATTACK PILOTS III THE NAVIGATION S1-DA SPECIFICATIONS AND 160I, NOTION PICTURE, 016 KIN, 1960 PORTION OF THE LOW LEVEL ATTACK %ISSION.." " " ' C-38 I.. L

195 DaD 504.2*C* - IOU10 LANSIARES ARE SEL!CTED AID UTILIZED. CODE VARIATIONS OF TU hfsse M OTION PICTURE 047 SINU, 244PM RARIOLOS CAL KPUSE KIMN: ALMO DISTRIBUTED If 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CEkDFRFE V 1,P *CIVILiAN OMll SdF COWVPEM LOGIC -PART 11 THE DRYDOCK BUMLING PROGRAM; VARIOUS TYi IC PICTUR 02511N LOGIC SYUOLOGY OF DOCKS, THE IR OPERAT ION AND CONSTRUCT FOR~ KTtPSa o NOTION PICTURE 015 BIN, 1962 CHRCEISTICS PtOTECIIVE *EASDNES AGAINST THE EFFECTS Of EE~ FO PE TV 5, S K FURY IN THE PACIFIC jnuclear EXPLOSIONS ORGANIZATION OF US',$ BASIC UNITED STATES MILITARY STANDARD 160 NOTIOR PICTUE 020 NIN, CIVILIAN-NANNED SNIPS FOR RADIOLOGICAL SYMBOLS FOR LOGIC ELEMENTS Of COMPUTERS AS CLE~kE FOR PIE, TV, Ill, PS, DEFENSE, IIASUDOMII CODUTERNEASURES, AN INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL COMPUTER LOGIC N ISTOR ICAL RADIOLOGICAL MONITORING. DECONTAMINATION SY110OLO0. LOGIC ELEMENTS :AND, OR, OR necom. (EXCLUSIVE) NOR DELAY, INVERTER, FLIP-FLOP- INVASION OF TUE?ALAUJ ISLANDS; BOMBAROM1 AIND TUE MAY THEY FUNCTION 1U HANDLIUG BY TUE FLEET; LANoING OF THE NARINES, K~AP PL 9VATION t ELECTION IC 3I1ALS. TUME STRUGGLE TO OUST BLOODY NOSE RIDGE IM OTIN OIEII PCT MKS: AIMO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INN1, VIDEO TAPE. PS W FRRET..,n COMPTEI knits ON41 FUNDAMENITAL PRINCIPLES OF I ICAL VIMNIATING SYSTEMS. SINGLE SERIES TITLE: DIGITAL MASS -PART 1 POLAR PASSASE 0F TIe. NAUTILUS AND MER CWIJTER TECUINIQUES EISTTE:SIPCR IVAL INMiK OTION PICTURE , 1962 V IBRATIONS 24*#$N PORTRAIT Of ANTARCTICA ClidE FR PIE, TV, tv, PS Um IKE NOTION PICTURE 022 NIM,I lin MOTION PICTURE 02 Mil, 1961 TUE MAJOR UNITS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER: CLEAE FOR PIE, TV, 114, PSu EMWFO PE T, t, S IBL INPUT, OUTPUT, ARITUNETIC. AND CONTROL TRANSVERSE, LONGITUDE, TORSIOP.AL, FREE VPOTOEAINSINIISUVY;RUNITS MDSTIUE f / NVIE AE FORCED VIBNATIONS: TINE RELATIONS1 ACIPPITIE OP TERATIONS, RSCEANTII SUVINEYS; ITIIE I / 11 IE A BE~fSAS ETWEEN FORCE CYCLE AND AMPLITUDE CYCI OVER PARTI ES LOGIC ELEMENT CIRCUITS PHASE APGLE DIAGRAM f IV[ LAMDERS TO THNE SIETTL:DGAL N MULTI-MASS SYSTEMIS -PART IRIG COMPUTER TECHNIQUES SERIES TITLE: SHIPBOARD IN IDENTION PICTURE, 02311N, 1961 S3 MOTON PICTURE 010 BINl, 1964 VIBRATIONS UVCLLA~FRET.*P 6_ IKE16 NOTION PICTURE I,I FANILIANIZIUG PROSPECTIVE ENLISTED AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAM USING TRANSISTORS LOGIC AND CE-kEd FOR PE, TV, 114, PSu OFF ICEO CARDI OTES ITU CAEE HAND, OR, NOR INVERTER AND FLIP-FLOP GATES. UIOMSSE;LME YTM OE 4PPONTUMITIES TO ADVANCE FROM ENLISTED MAN JIO1STE;LMDSY E;HDS TO FFCERINTHENAY.RENAWK: ALSO DISTRIBUITED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAP`. VIBRATION; RELATIVE AMPLITUDES; HARVOI ANALYSIS; 3R1DERS OF VIBRATION; CRITII ON SEASCIN FOR SILENCE PtOG&J11IKN PE$ 10 MI OTION PICTURE 015 MIN, 190 SERIES TITLE: DIGITAL VIBRATION EXCITATION AND _W FO ETV lp C MPUTEN TECHNIQUESREPNE AT3 *EMPIASIZES NAVY-COMMUNITY COOPERATION IN $1. IDION PICTURE 014 SIN, SEIE9ITE SINOR FIYL PRCTE LEVE CCARRIDER PANIN TON VIBRATION$ FIED LNDIG CNNIR RACICE LO LEELANALYZING THE?MOSLEM; NOR A DIMPLE FLOM I60 NOTION PICTRE. 017 MIN, AIR NAVIGATION TRAINING AND SONIC NOON. CHART IS PREPARED?ITR SYMBOLS, ANODNOR CIEkd FOR pe. TV, ill, PS -' PREVENION Of NEAT INSTRUCTIONS TO TUE COMPUTER ARE ENCODED IN ASLI COMPUTER LANGJAGE. VIBRATION EXC ITATION0 IN PROPULS *IKE MOTION PICTM 024 INl, 1960 REMARKS: ALS DISTRIBUTED IN 3/41101, VIDEO TAM. MACU INFRY DUE TO UNBALANCE; PROPELI E UFOR FIE, TV, 114, PS 242am0116 YRUI IP THRUST VARIATION, AND RESPONSE OF SB 242-H DNIO VORULO W STRUCTURE TO EXCITATION. VEC' *TYPES OF NEAT ILLNESSES THAT OCCUR MHEN MEN AMD W704hS DISASSEULY AND REPRESENTATION SHOWS NOV PROPELLER TURI ARE SVIJECTED TO NEAVY MORNK OMPT 11 SEVERE REASSEMBLY VARIATION PROVIDES EXCITATION; RECESS CLIlTICNA.IN NOTION PICTURE 024 SIR, 1961 FOR TARING VIBRNATION INTO ACCOUNT C157-.DGIALAEDt ý FOR PE, TV, 114, PS 010. DESIGN. TtCWIHNIqS -INTROOGCTIDS SERVO CONTROL. MANGER ASSEMBLY, PISTON AND DO SERVI.. PROILEMIS ANO CYLISDER ASSEMBLIES, AUXILIARY PACKAGE, FIELD INVESTIGATION -PART 4 SERIES TITLE: D!GITAL MAIN DRIVE SHAFT AND VALVES, NOV TUE PUMP C*fTkTC31VSVRIS AND DIFFERS FROM OTHER PUMPS. SERIES TITLE: SHIPBOARD I11NTO ITR nik1962 VIBRATIONS 01 NPTtP R INCIDENT 160 NOTION PICTURE 013 INl,I 16E MOTION PICTURE. 027 RIM, IN~ CLEkE FOR PE, TV, S1, PSL INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL COMPUTERS. afkdfor K1, TV UICL HISTORICAL ORIGINS Of CALCULATING DEVICES. NL~E OM TO DIAGNOSE. REPORT, AND REM DIFFERENCES NETMEEN ANALOG AND DIGITAL THE LEBANON CRISIS AND TEE ROLE PLAYED NY SHI PBOARD VIBRATION; VON V;BRAT ION ST( CONMITTERS. THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS 1M SUPPORTING COGNTRIBUTtS TO SHIP DESIGN AND PERFORM RED: ALSO DISTRIMTED IN13/4 I~c, VIDE TAME. MITES STATES FOREIG POLICY. REMRK: ALS ODISTRIWlTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE ON SlIMING FOR SURVIVAL COUPUTER LOGIC -PAUT I - ISBN MOTION PICTURE , 1 luyw f FILOATINIG DRYDOCKS -CLLAED FOR PE, TV, 111, PSL SERIES TITLE: DIGI7AL OATH DCEORFET EAR SIDE STROKE. BSlEAST STROKE, TRUDGE( COMM N Tcmlqts ICTUE 09 Il,194s SCULLING, TREADING WATER, AND ENTERING IKENOTONPICURE02 MI, le OTIO PWTR 19MDATER BY JUMPING AND DIVING. CLERA FOR PE, TV, INl, PS ML~i HISTORICAL ON IWASHOOWN COUNTERMEASURES, i 0's TIE BINARY RUNNER SYSTEM; MEANING OF LOGIC STONY OF THE ASS GJADALCANAL AND CAPTIINIE OF COTHE MREVNATIONG RASIOLGIA AS APPLIED TO COMPUTERS. DIFFERENCES THE F!'RST GERMAN SUBMARINHE I MORLD MAR I CNA AINO HP BETMEEN TUE DECINAL AND BINARY NUMBERI BY THE COMMANDING OFFICER OF THAT SNIP. ATTACK OUNEINTE TOI ~ SYSTEMS. MOM BINARY NUMBERS ARE CONSTRUCTEDATC AND NOW ARITHMETICAL OPERATIONS ARE FLOATING ORYIDOCKS -THE I60 NOTION PICTURE 020 BIN,I PERFORMED SITU1 TNEM. ALSO CITES EXAMPLES OF CONBAT DOCK FOR FLEET REPAIR CLEAED FOR P1, TV, th, PS F C12

196 1611 MOTION PCMW 001is 191NTRCTO TErTING TV( pumps 01 A BESTROYIE, CRUISER PEo, TV, t. Ps1 0C * ARIE AS FR IE PEATCIOFA 1EM. SERIES TITLE: IANDAGING FOR * ASYDIATIC, INSTALLED 1* SYSTEN FOR N0v TO OSTAIM 141LER EATER SAMPLES. HOSPITAL CORPSMEN RESOVAL OF RADIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION. IlK BOTIMI' PICTURE , CHIEF OFEEISION SERVICE. tga 4PETVtHPS UNICI N HON BOILERS RIME THIE A. SANDAGING FOR HEAD, S. CHEST Of BACK. SERIES C. TITLE: BOILERS AMl SERIES TITLE: NURSING SERVICE SHOULDER, D, HIP, E. FOOT, F. FOOT AND THEIR OPERATION INII THE NAVY ANKLE, G. PALI OF HAND, H. BACK OF WAND, I. IN M~16 OTION PICTURE 015 Kim, 1955 IlK MOTION PICTURE O1l iinger, J. EYES, K. JAW -BARTON, L. JAMI FORA~ tp INCLJ m ld FORV PE, TV, tv, PS OEML 100DIF IED BARTON, M, HIP -SPICA, N. * STEAM CYCLE; PRINCIPLES OF 311ILEN NESPONSIBILITIES AND AITNORITY OF CHIEF OF EIHTULELBO, 0.SPRA RECURERTE HR.IUEAD * OPERATION: EFFECTS OF TOO LITTLE OR TOO SERVICE; NER RELATIONSHIPS TO EGT EBW. RCRET HA NUCE AIR: EFFECTS OF FEEDWATER TEUPERATURE; ADMIIISTRATIVE AID PROFESSIONAL STAFFS; AID DN HENATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE AID DEPOSITS 11 WATER AID 0N FIRE SIDES OF NURING SERVICE SMAAGEMENT. COLLECTING SLOOD SAMPLES M WANDROBINS., THE SERIES TITLE: MEDICAL N ALKALINITY TEST SERIES T:nTE: LABORATORY TECHNI QUES MURSING SERVICE IN MOTION PICTURE, 007 Ill, 1954 SERIES TITLE: BOILERS ANlS I THE NAVY UWFRPS K THE I ILOPERATIO 10U 10 OTION PICTURE 016 BIll C19 DFO E.P OC to M6 OTION PICUR 013 MIR, 1970 COLEAR FOR KE, TV, Ill, Fs ' UNIXC MEHOD FOR COLLECTING BLOOD SANPLES FRO$ FOR tn, PE, PS IV ou AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITIES EXERCISED BYTH IGN * PROCEDURES FOR PREPARING TIE CNENICALS AID THE NAVY HOPI TAL WARD #At ON HENATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE COOIXICTING THIS TEST. FOR CHARGING THE GENERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE HEIOCYTONETER * 2553N CLORDE ESTSERIES TITLE: EVIDENCE IN SERIES TITLE: MEDICAL SERIES[ TITLE: MOILERS AND COURT-MARTIAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES THEIR OPERATION 160 NOTION PICTURE il RIll 1954 loinpcu.06ii,15 * IKE NOTION PICTURE 007 Rll C6AAD F'RP. V NP RCLEAAE FOR FE, PS ONCE FORPETV tn P UNI.SITUATIONS IN COURTS-RARTIAL. AND HOW RULES TAKING A BLOOD COURT OF RED AND WHITE PERFORMANCE OF CILORIDE USED ON BOILER OF EVIDENCE ARE APPLIED.COPSL. ENTER ANDSEA WTER VESSELS CROSSING DR SEROLOGICAL TECHNIQUES SN HARONESS TEST DAYTIME VIENIPUNCTURE SCRIES TITLE: BOILERS AP SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THE SERIES TITLE: MEDICAL THEIR OPERATION ROAD -IkTERNATIONAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES 16K NOTION PICTURE 007 Ill, 1966 I6K BOTIOR PICTURE 021 BIBl 1956 IN MOTION PICTURE, 007 BINl, 1954 IN CCLTE1,PSD ED6W FOR PE. TV. tn, M'ORCL Eý EFOR PE, PS 010. PROPER PERFORBANCE Of HARDNESS TEST ON WHAT VESSELS SIOULD DO EVNE THEY ARE TAKNIG A BLOOD SAMPLE FROM THE ARM. BOILER ENTER AND SEA RATER. CROMING IN DAYTIME TET FMOPUT 24CS-01 ESSLS VERAKIG HI STOPATHO LOG ICAL 2455-S PHSPATETES 2405DAYTVESESORTIN TECHNIQUE -PROCESSING A SERfIES TITLE: BOILERS DAYIM GROSS SPECIMEN THEIN OPERATION SERIES TITLE: RULES OF THESEISTL:MDCA *m M6 OTION PICTURE 013 Ill, 1970 ROAD -INTERNATIONAL LA111AT1 R TITEEDCHNIUE FO S1MNOTION C V N PICTURE 019 BIB1 1955lEMOINPCU.DI I,15 DCL EEA1EDFOR PE, TVI, ips 160 NOTON PICUES 010Il,9 E SE OF THE TAYLOR COMPARATOR KIT IN WHAT TO DO WIEN A VESSEL DISOBEYS RULES FOR PEAIGADPOESN * PERFORUING TIE RS PHOSPHATE TEST, PCMN AND NOW TO OVERTAKING DAYTIME. PEAIGADPOESN RS PCMN PREPAE THE BOILER MATER. NOW:ALS 3 0. DISRIBTED LID SET O SPCIALDAYIME246600K CHEMICAL TECHNIQUE[S. RESE; LS DSTINTOI 3E.SLDESE. 464-NSPECAIAL AYI FOLDING A FILTER?AP EN * CONDUCTIVITY TEST, THE STAIN SERIES TITLE: ROLES THE ROAD SERIES TITLE: MEDICAL SERIES TITLE: BOILERS ANDS INTERNATIONAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES TRIER OPERATION 16K NOTION?ICTURE 011 NIP 195IE NOTION PICTURE. 0031ME, 1956 IlK NOTION PICTURE 00n11ll 1967 CLMEDFOR PE. TV, ti.ps 010. CFW~EJFOR PEPS UACL CLEAhEFOR PE, TV, N, PS LG I Of TO TELL STATUS. OCCUPATION. 0 R DEGREE FOLDING A FILTER PAPER FOR USE WHEN PROCEDVIES FOR TESTING TIE COBDUCTIVITY OF OF MANEUVERABILITY OF VESSELS N OT INFILTERING SOLUTIONS IN LABORATORY RATER. INDEPENDENT OPERATION IN DAYLIGHT. SPECIA"L DETERMINATION N OILR ATR 2447H WIERVTIR CIEICLHAPE M ICL SIGNALS TO SITUATION, MIAN VESSELS AND ACTION OF A SNIO'S TAKER KN BY THE COMIPLETE DENTURES TREATMENT OBSERVING SHIP. SNIP AT ANCHOR. NOT UNDER REMOUNT PROCEDUkES COMMAND, AGROUND, ENGAGED IN A SPECIAL SERIES TITLE: 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 BINl 1956 BOILERS AND OCCPATOADFSIG ~ O t V.P UHCL THEIN OPERATION AIN N IHN.CiE O E V i.p 10 NOTION PICTURE 021 Ill RESTRICTED VISIBILITY CORRECTION OF ERRORS RESULTING IN OCCLUSAL OW~i FC4R PE, TV, ti, Pt omc SITUATIONS DISHARMONY BETWEEN DENTURES. LABORATORY AID PATIENT RER"T PROCEDURES. 1I01 TO PREPARF THE CIEMICALS AND ADD THEN SERIES TITLE: ALtES OF THE247- MNADTH 5 TO TIE BOILER FOR TIE VATER CHENICAL ROAD - INTERNATIONAL 243O A N H 1 TRATET 6 NOTION PICTUIRE O7 MISl NOT!ON PICTURE 028 MIN, 1960 * KN RMATER SAMPLING CUEFOR K, TV, tn,.ps - UNC CLEWEDFOR PE, TV, th, PS UC WHAT TO DO IN RESTRICTED VISIBILITY. THE STORY OF THE FLEET BALLjSTIC MISSILE SERIES TITLE: BOILERS ANl SUBMAR INME; RECRUIJITRENT AND TRAI N ING OF THEIR OPERATION K APPLICATION FOR CLASSROOM PERSONNEL; SCENES OF THE FIRST UJNDERWATER

197 ko 5O4.2-C-4 LAUCN I NG OF TIE POLARIS MISSILE. UPSLOPE FOG, FRONTAL FOG ANO LOW CEILING SERIES TITLE: PERT *24674-M1 AEROYANICS - CLOUDS VN ICII DEVELOP I1 UPSIOPE AID FRONTAL 160 MOTION PICTURE 025 MIN, 1964 FUSA NIE ALS OF IROLL- SITUATIONS. CLEAWE FOR PE, TV, tw, PS UAC *REMAS: 1611 NOINPICTUR 012 Ill M COLD FRONT, THE INTRODUCT ION, USING EXAMPLE OF ANNUAL ~L!kD OR E. V. w, ~ SRIE TILE:KTEROLGY VACATION. STEPS ANC ASPECTS Of SYSTEM AND ý_wwforpctv,, P maseris TTLE METOROOGY FORNS USED. INTERACTION Of INERTIAL, GYROSCOPIC AND 16N NOTICE PICTURE 014 Ill, 1961 kerodfnaric FORCES O1 HIGH.PERFORNANCE JET CLEAkEd FOR PE, TV, III, PS ON GREYHOUND$ OF THE SEA AIICRAFT DURING ROLL MANEUVERS. 160 NOTION PICTURE 029 MNI, 1967 FORMATION1 CHARACTERISTICS AND FLIGHTCLAEFO,TIPSUL 246ji011.N POLARIS To P H AZARDS OF COLD FRONTS. WON TO FLY CO L D CWOFRPT.N SU 1la NOTION PICTURE 0151INI 1966 FOT EAER IH NXIU SFETY. STORY Of THE LITTLE BOY -THE PIESTROVER. _WFOR PE, TV, h,. PS UC ARFOTTEHISTORY ARC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DESTROYER AM 273-N P! RNT H APO THE VARIOUS ASI WEAPONS ASSOCIATED WITH A REPORT O1 TNE POLARIS PROGRAM. SERIES TITLE: METEOROLOGY HER. FROV THE F IRST BA INBU IDGE TO TH E AMODERN NUCLEAR MODEL. THE STORY OF THE BENEATHN NAIVY WINGS 163 MOTION PICTURE 017 NIll 191 DESTROYER REVEALS THE SAGA OF WHAT RUST HOW 1in NOTION PICTURE 022 Ill, IN CIED FOiI PE. TV, IN, PS ' BE CONSIDERED THE MOST VERSAI TLE. MOST aimed FOR PE, TV, tiý. M UNi FORMATION. CHRAACTERISTICS. AND DANGERS OF DENANDING SHIP IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY. THE STORY Of TWO ENLISTED M1EN ANOARP AN ASIMWARN FRONTS AND NOV TO RECOGNIZE AND COARAT N POLARIS, BLUE AND GOLD PATROL PLANE. THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING TW. FLIGN' PURLIEIS INVOLVED. 160 NOTION PICTURE 010 IlN, 1962 INVOLVED IN PREPARING ENLISTED MEN AND DALIAGE CONTROL -PLASTIC CTiAkE FOR PE, TV, l'm, PS UNCI WOMEN FOR MORN IN THE #NAY NAVAL AVIATION REPAIR$ THE STORY Of THE BLUE AND GOLD CREWS ABOARD SPECIAL.ITIES. 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 INl, 1962 THE FLEET BALLISTIC RISSILE SUBMARINES SUPPLY ANAGERS DILEMA, C~kD6 FOR PE. TV, Nw, PS DEPLOYED ON PATROL WI TH THE ATLANT IC FLEET 24 THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN APPLYING EPOXY RESIN ON NAVAL CONSTRUCTION FORCES 10. NOTION PICTURE 01911N, 1960 PATCHES TO RUPTURED OR SEVERED PIPES, 13MTO ITR 2 I,16 FORKE FL.NGES AND HOLES I1N BULKHEADS OR CLW~ED FOR PE, TV, III, PS UC THE INFLUENCE OF ORDER COSTS, HOLDING FOUTIIOATI. STORY OF THESEBS, EPICTE08YTH COSTS, SHORTAGES AND OTHER FACTORS N AIRCRAFT PRESSURE FUELING IAMPHIBIOUS AND MOBI1LE CONSTRUCTION DETRNNIN SPPL RNAENNTPOLCIS.160 VOTION PICTURE 010 R1I. 162 BATTALIONS IN THEIR NORLO-NIDE DEPLCfRENT N EM111ERGENICY CHILDBIRTH CUýINkE O PE, TV, Nl PS UNCI. IN SUPPORT OF FLEET OPERATIONS AND F6 OTIR PICUE, TV tm 2 1PS PRESSURE FUELING TECHNIQUES AND OPERATION RQJRMRS CLEAE t.tv FR l, S id Of THE SYSTEM DIN SCIENCE FOR SURVIVAL DESIGNED TO PREPARE CORIPSMEN249-N SOYONAAAVAINERSTTL:CAOGPH PSYCHOLOGICALLY AND TECHNICALLY TO RENDIER 2766 SOYO AA VAINSRE IL:OENGAH NECESSARY ASSISTANCE IN THE EMERGENCY 163 MOTION PICTURE 02511IN NOTION PICTURE 042 MIN, 1963 DELIVERY OF A MARY. INDICATION WHEN. CFi9kE FOR PE. TV, N,. PS, UNACL CLEARED FOR PE, TV. tn, PS UNCI DELIVERY IS TOO INNIN1ENT TO RIKHSTRC CONTENT. AIMS, IMPORTANCE AMC PROGRESS OF TRANSPORTATIOM TO A HOSPI TAIL, DETAILED DEVELOPMENT OF NAVAL AVIATION FROM 1911 TO THE NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC PROGRAM, PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW. CAUTIONS TO BE191 SUPPORTING RESEARCH, SURVE-YS AND RESOURCES. ONSERVED IN THE ACTUAL DELIVERY, AND THE 96.PREPARED WITH INTERAGENCY COMMITTEE UN CARE OF MOTHER AND INFANT IMMEDIATELY N INTRODUCTION TO OC EANOGRAPHY OF F ED ERA L COUNC IL FOR SC I ENCE FOLLOVING DELIVERY. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY. INTRODUCED BY PRESIDENT REMRS: APPLICANTS TON nos, RETO RNS 160 NOTION PICTURE 022 MIN, 1962 JOHN F. KENNEDY. THIlS FILM. MUST PROVIDE A SIGNED STATEMENT AGREEING LADED FOR PE, TV, III, PS 24WON SINEFRURVA TO LIMIT USE Of THE FILM TO SUPERVISED INSTRUCTION 0901 CENEFRSRIA IN ADVANCED FIRST AID AND/OR EWMERGENCY HE.ALTH CARE. ENVIRONNENTAL ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AREAS SRE IL:OENGAH ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCA, VIDEO TAPE. AND PRONLEM- SOLVING. SRE IL:OENGAH 163 NC71ON PICTURE 028 MIN, U. PUSH-A-MUTTON ON WAITING FOR THE ROBERT 1. CLEA.4ED FOR PE, TV, tw, PS 3/4 INCH VIDEO TAPE 021 NINl 1961 LEE CWARD tort PE, TV, IN, Ps IBC 16K NOTION PICTURE 021 MINl 1963 COVERS CONTENT., AIMS. IMPORTANCE AND OF. IMPORNC TV, INIIDA NANCAP CTHE PROGRESS OF THE NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC THE INDVIDAL MPOTANE ANANDPROGRAM, O TH SUPPORTING RESEARCH. SURVEYS AND CREW OF SWHIPS IN PUSHNUTTON WARFARE. DAILY ROUTINE AROUND A BALLISTIC$ MISSILE RESOURCES. P'SO DISTRIBUTED IN 35 WIN SLIDE SET. SUBMARINE. FOLLOWS ELECTRICI ANS MATE FROM REMARKS: SHORT VERSION OF 24R11 (0-9835), HOME BASE IN HEW LONDON TO HOLY LOCK, OW ICE FOMATION 06 AIRCRAFT SCOTLAND, TMROUGPJ ROUTINE PATRO L ON PREVENTION Of ORAL 11011E1 TITLE: ETEOIOLOGY N ADVENTURE IN INNER SPACE DISEASE. THE 163 W)TION PICTURE 021 Ill, K 10TION PICTURE 028 Ill 19651SERIES TITLE: PREVENTIVE CLhD FOR PE, TV, M, PS CLAAd FOR PETV,hN, PS UNCIL IDENTISTRY 16M MOTION PICTURE 016 INI, 1963 HOW STRUCIURAL ICE INTERFERS WITH NORMAL THE LIFE AND TRAINING OF A N UCLEAR CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, th. PS UMCL FLIGHTI PROCEDURES AND HUM THE HAZARD CAN BI E SUBMARINER FRON RECRUITMENT THRO0UG H REDUCED. CAS1URETOR AND PITUT TUBE ICING, ASSIGNMENT. PREVENTION OF TOOTH DECAY AND GUM DISEASE. TURBO-JET ENG1iN PROBLEMS; ILLUSTRATIN OF BEGINNING. PROGRESSION. AND DESTRUCTION OF RIME AND CLEAR ICE. AND FACTORS SUCH AS N PIERT-M1IESTONE SYSTEM - HEALTHY TISSUE RESULTING FROM NEGLECT TENPERATURE, MOISTURE AND ALTITUDE. WHICH INTRODUCTION CONTRIMIJTE TO EACH TYPE. 16K MOTION PICTUE 027 NIN, ON MECHANICAL IMPE111DANCIE - 271N FOAMLWCIIGCLEAAEd FOR PE. TV, Nw, PS ONCL CONCEPTS APPLICABLE TO SHIP 2472-ON FOGAN8~LOWCEIINGSILENCING CLOUDS -UPSLOPIE FOG AND PENT-JILESTONE SYSTEM BRINGS MANAGEMENT AND 16K MOTION PICTURE 029 MIN, 1966 FRONTAL FOG OPERATING LiVELS TOGETHER FOR THE PLANNING CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, th, PS UMCL AND EXECUTIu? OF COMPLEX RESEARCH AN0 SERIES5 TITLE: METEOROLOGY DLYELOWAT POJtCTS. ITRODUCT ION TO THE PHYSICAL RELATIONSHI P 16K NOTION PI CTURE 009 RIll 1961 ANDO MATHEMATICk. CONCEPTS OF NECHANICAL CEADFOR PE, TV, 1w. PS ON COST I IMPEDANE. C-41

198 *FIRST COMBAT ACTION Of TIE ENTERPRISE OFF TIE USS LANGLEY TO THE USS ENTERPRISE. im NO NASOC EATk Cw ER 196 VIET1, OCEIAUNOGRAPHIC PREDICTION CE FOR PE, TV, til, PS OML n Y Cy L. IRAutt SYSTEM1 IN NOTION PICW Oill 111, 19661IE NOTION PICTURE COOKING NEAT WITH DRY NEAT, MO!ST MEAT, All CLUM FOE fe, TV, ti, ns EEO. aiaae FEET.t, ' KEEP FAT NNING. TIE NEED FOR CALIBRATING TEST AND OCEANOGRAPHIC PREDICTION SYSTEMS AND SEAPOUS PLY10OSYN11 MONITORING EQUIPMENT. AND TIE ORGANIZATION PROGRAMS, AND THEIR -ELATIONSHIP TO DEFENSE ROCK TO POLARIS5 OF TIE NAVY$ CALIBRATION FROGRMA. AND ECONOMIC NEEDS. HOW PREDICTIONS li OTO 2 PCUE II 91 IEI:ALODITINT N / NVDE AP. ICREASE THE USE OF OCEANOGRAPH IC DATA FOR a leald FOR PE, TV, til. PS aml A. FUL LER UNDERSTAND IING AND EXPLO ITATION0 OF ON ONURTION NIGNLINE THE SEAS. * TME NISTORY ANO GROWTN OF AMERICAN NAVAL 1IE MOTION pictur 020 IlN, 1965 FM AN ITS INPORTANCE. COWAE FOR PIE, TV, il, nma ON NAVIGATION NY TRANSIT Ill. SATELLITE CUHLLENGE OF THE SEA COUNSELLING, PROVIIED NY TIE NAVY LEAGUE. 160 MOTION PICTURE 028 NIll K NOTION PICTURE, 025 BiM, 1963 IN PLANNING A SECOND CAREER FOR RETIRING CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UNCI. C016k FO PE. TV MINCL NAVAL AND MARINE CORPS FERSONNEL. * NAVY$ YEN YEAR OCEANOGNAPOIC PROGRAM. All PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION, LAU NCH SEQUENCE. N OCEANOSRAPHY GROUND SUPPORT SYSTE I AND ASi USER PROBABLE APPLICATIONS TO FLEET OPERATIONS.1W NTOPITR 02 N,96 REUEMTS ON INEPT GILBERT *.513 AFEDFEF, V ipre 250IS-011 GEODESY AND PLANNING *PROCESS FOR MIXING A." A NISTORY OF TIE ORIGINS AN DEVELOPMENTS *CASTINGS PROPELLANTS, A OF OCEANOGRAPHY FROM EARLY INALING DAYS. SERIES TITLE: HYDNOGRAPIIIC 1lIE NTION PICTURE 01511I, 1965 NAVY$ FIRST SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION OF WORLD SURVEY OPERATIONS CWAED FOE PE, TV, Ill, Pn UCI OCEA. - 16K NOTION PICTURE 017 N10, 1966 * PROCESS FOR PRODUCING PROPELLANTS. METHOD ON ElISSION OCEANOGRAHY CL DFRP.T,,N, PSNCL COMPANED WITI PROCESS NOW IN USE. SNORT VERSION- UPDATED METHODS OF OBTAINING GEODETIC ON CAREER$ IN OCEANOGRAPHY 16MNMOTION PICTURE 015 MIl, 1961 CONTROL AS THE PRIMARY STEP IN CONDUCTING A 1IR NOTION PICTURE 028 NINl 1% l O E V ks IIYDORO MPIC SURVEY. IN P. FO Vt~, SU'CI A HISTORY OF TIE ORIGINS All DEVELOPMENTS THE CHALLENGE AND ADVENTURE OF OCEANOGRAPHY OF OCEANOGRAPHY FROM EARLY VIALING DAYS HYDROGRAPHIC CONTROL AND SOUNDING OPERATIONS AND ITS VITAL ROLE IN DEFENSE AND TIE NAVYS FIRST SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION Of WORLD EC.ONOMY. OCEANS. SERIES TITLE: HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEY OPERATIONS WATER NIASSES OF THE N CATHODIC PROTECTION li60 NOTION PICTURE 017 #Nl 1966 OCEANS PRINCIPLES AN SYSTEM CLAED FOE PE, TV, to, PS ' NCL 16K NTIONPICTRE 04 NIN K NOTIO PITV, 026 NN 1966 UPDATED METHODS FOR CONDUCTING AN OFF-SHORE FOR PE. TV.fP tn, C.ADFN,TtPS S EEL WYDNOGRAHIC SURVEYV. A SCIENTIFIC FILM STUDY OF THE LOCATIONS CATHODIC PROTECTION AS REGARDS TIE ON1 HYGIENE FOR MEN - - AND DYNANIC NOVENENTS OF TIE MAJOR W A TER PREVENTION OF CORROSION ON UNSERM1ATER NULLS PERSONAL HEALTH AASILS OF THE OCEANS OF SHIPS. EXPLANATION OF TNE OPERATION OF 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 $Nl 196? 2342#-W1 CAMVPS TO COAUM CAHD 10ECTION SYTM.CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, t4. PS IK NOTION PiCTUR 023 MoN S-N OPERATION AMD MINTENANE FACTS AND PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL HEALTH FOR cl~ofor PE. TV, tn, PS aml SERIES TITLE: CATOHOIC NEN FI TNESS, EXERCISE, POSTURE, FIL FOLOS YONG TRE ENTNRRG TMIRPROTECTION CLEANLINESS. FOOD. EATING HANITS, GROOMING. ARRIVAL AT OCS, TRAINING, GRADUATION AND 1IK MOTION PICTURE 024 Il, H5.DN HYGIENE FOR MEN -- SUNSEON(NT ASSIGAIENTS IN THE OPERATIONAL Eff ki OEF, V IPS'a DECISION Is YOURS. THE MV.OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF TIE TWO 160 MOTION PICTURE 028 VNl NEALAB I SYSTEMS OF CATHODIC PROTECTION USED NY TIE CLEAAEOb FOR IE. TV, th, PS 1IK NOTION PICTURE 023 INl 1965 NAVY FOR THE FLEET. A SERI ES OF FACTUAL VIGNETTES ON THE ma.l CATHODIC PROITECTION FDA IMPORTANCE OF EXERCI SING SELF -CONTROL IN NAVY$ EXPLORATORY ATTEMPT TO APPILY INACTIVE SNIPS MATTERS OF SLX, DRI NKING. DRUG US. AND LABORATORY STUDIES OF MANS ABILITY TO LIVE 16K NOTION PICTURE 024 N11, 1969 EOK INMG. AND MORN IN AN ARTIFICIAL ATMOSPHERE AT A CLLEAWE FOE PE, TV, 1l, PS Uma ON MaOin GEODETIC SURVEYING DEPTH OF 200 FEET FOR PROLONGED PERIOD$. HOV SNIPS, NELl IN INACTIVE STATUS. ARE ISE NOTION PICTURE 018 BIN STOUT OP SEALAI 1I, THNE PROTECTED FROM COORROS0ION V CATHOI 01CLCHVE FOR PE, TV, to, PS SERESTILE fanintoe EA PROTECTION. TIE NEED., NATURE AND MEANS HNHTTECA OF GEODETI 14TESA C KMESE: I"EPUE A. SURVEYING AS IT EXISTS TODAY WITH EMPHASIS 1IN NOTION PICTURE 023 NINl 1966 PTtk O so ma ON TINE-LAPSE PHMOTOGAPHMIC ON TIE CHALLENGE OF THE FUTURE. NOWMENLIED NDGOREDUNDR HE EASTUDY OF ANTARCTIC ICEILOES NO E N IE OKDUDRTESAAND ON SAILOR CURRENTS, ATIP WITH A FUTURE ' OWIN TH SE4 I=K 1 PRJEC. NOTIL41 PICTURE RDICNPICURE021Ilk N, A6 O PEJ. 021 NHPSl NOCLEAIR NAVY. THNE I FOR PE, 1,,t1,PS Ulm TE NVA NUCLEAR PRO.PULIO PROGAM. I= INOTION PICTURE 029 Ill 1967 ICtFLOE AND CURRENT MOVENIENTS. MARE CLOUDTINALNUERPOUSONFGM.A Odd V, I tn PE, PS O FORMATION$, AND OTHER PHENOMENA, MIRING, IGY. YOUNGONUCLEAR PROPULSION PLANT OPERATOR. ANAD AT HE USS LONG BEACH, LOOKS BACK AT MISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER ATTACK CARRIER TtAS THE EXCELLENT TRAINING THAT PREPARED HIM AS IT HAS BEEN APPLIED TO UMITED STATES FORCE I - SEA ORBIT FOR A CAREER IN TODAY S MODERN NAVY NAVY SUINAR IKE AND SURFACE SHIPS I6K MOTION PICTUR 02911I REMARKS: ALS OISTR:BUTED IN , SLIDE SET. PAQTICII'ATION OFTHE US$ ENTERPRISE, LONG CEADFEFT.II SUC 51-N MNI ON NEACH AND SAININRIOE DURING OPERATION SE A FWFR,TVtNPSKL NA INCM O * ORBIT. THE AZOURO.THE.WORLD CRUISE OF TASK A HISTORICAL REVIEW COVERNING THE 160 MOTION PICTURE 029 Nim * FORCE ONE WITHOUT REFUELIN;. ARRIVAL AND DEVELOPMENT OF TIE AIRCRAFT CARNIER FROM CLLAED FOR PC, TV, ti, PS C-02 Its. 'vst

199 % C-4 INVETINA, O11ING AID MISSILE TRAINING CAREER OPPORTUNIITIES OFFERED LINE S' T I INE'S, A IEf'O16 DELTA RIVER ASSAULT TO FAMILIARIZE THE OPERATOR WITH QUALITY OFF ICES IN 1 TIE NAVY AIR TNE NAY LANDING, CIVIC ACTION BY NAVY SEABEES AID CONTROL.ALL NECESSARY STEPS AND PROPER INTE2ESTING ASSIGINEITS OFFERED. DOCTORS ANO NISTORICAL FOOTAGE DEPICTING METHODS KIM: XSOISTRIWUTED 1135E0, SLIDE SET. TIE GROITM OF UNITED STATES INVOLVEMENT. REMARKS: AI.tO DISTRIBIUTED 11 SAR, NOTION PICTURE DISEASE SECOGNITIO REM ALS DITIUE 113/ INH VIDE YAK Dt. FOOTPRINTS IN THE SEA AMERICAN TRYPAJIOSOUIASIS BLONDES PREFIER GENTLEMEN 160M OTION PICTURE CUAGAS DISEASE 10, MOTION PICTURE 016 II1, 1967 LCAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS. UICL SERIES TITLE: RVlLD KDICINE CL.EARED FOr PIE TV, th PS 'UNCI. HISTORICAL. 160 NOTION PICTURIE , 1966 PROPER AND INPROPER ETIQUETTE ON A DINNER A REP0T ON THE LATEST DEEP SUBMERSIBLE tde ked FOR PE, TV, t1, PS MC. DATE. WANEUVERARLE CRAFT TESTED AND USED BY THE NAVY. NEW UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHIC SCENES OF SIGNS AID SYMPTOIS, X-RAY AND EIG FINDINGS GIEN'LEMEN1 AT SEA SOUCOUPE, DEEP JEEP, MOREY, AID CURY. AND SORE EVID1MI1LOGY vf THE DISEASE. 16P NOTION PICTURE 016 N11, O NATURE OF SEA WATER DISEASE RECOCMITIOU.. CEAE FOR PE, TV, t1, PS UKI. 16M NOTION PICTURE, 029 VIN, 1961 LEISNUM IASI$ PtOPE1 NIL'TARY ETIQUETTE FOR OFFICERS CLCAAED FOR PE, TV, -id, PS SERES ITL: ANOt UILPEDIIRI SIPPHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SEA 1i NOTION PICTURE 024 WIN, NO0 TO SUCCEED WITH WATER. EXPLAINS NOW BANS UNDERSTANDING OF ct-o Foe PE, TV, tm, r. ami BRNUETTES THE SEA IS BASIC TO IARING USE Of OCEAN SIGNS, SYMPTOMS, EPIDEMIOLOGY AID 160MNOTION PICTURE 11701N 1967 RESOURCES.- DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CUTAREOU! AID CLL~kd FOR PIE, TV, III, PS UICL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN134 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PROPER AID INPROPER ETIQUETTE ON A MOVIE ON SCIENTIST IN THE SEA N6 DISEASE WECOGNITION -. DATE AND AT A FORMAL DAN CE NITH RECEIVING 15E MOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, 1967 $clue TYPHUS LIRE. CIIEkD FOR PC, TV, th, PS SERIES TITLE: WORLD CEDICINIE DR UNDERWATER SOUND - N. OW ol OCEANOGRAPHER, SKILLED IN THE USE OF 160MNOTION PICTURE O1D S NASIC PRINCIPLEI $CUBA GEAR, UT ILIZES H IS SCIENTIF;C &bofrk TtP NCL 16E NOTION PICTURE , 1969 KNOILEuSSE TO AID IN THE STUDY OF THE OCEAN. CLýTdd FOR PE, TV. fm, r, URCI. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3511, S'.IDE SET. RITE- SORNE TYPHUS OR TSUTSRGANHSNI FEVER BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE BEHAVIOR OF SOUND 255-ON NATIONAL NAVAL MEDICAL UNDERWATER. EFFECTS ON ABSOPPTION. I CENTER, THE SCATTERING, BOTTOM LOSS AND REiRACT ION ON 16lE NOTION PICTURE 028 NII LAND THE FORCE SOIN TRANISMISSION IN THE SEA. CLADO FOR PC, TV, th, PS UACL FO H E SUlm V 2 1 C3- T INDUSTRIALFYGENE A BRIEF HISTORICAL SEGMENT OF PRESICENT RIGH AFEFRANKLIN RAES 0. ROOSEVELTS PART IN PLANNING AND OPERATIONS OF TIE NAVAL AIPIINIONS FORCES. 160 MOTION PICTURE 018 Ill, 1961 DEDICATING THE CENTER AND A GENERAL VIEW Of SUs"ARINERS, THNE O~ FOR PC. TV, IN, PS UNCI. THE VARIED WORK THAT TAKES PLACE. 160BO ICUR ION 02 MN,1967 HAZARDS TO EARS. SKIN, EYES AND THE N WINGS FOR THE FLEET CL~k.DFO PTV ham C RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. PREVENTIVE NEASURES AND 160 NOTION PICTURE 029 N1, 1967 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR ELIMINATING RISKS. CIIAE FoR PC. TV, Ni, PS UC NEIC P4D THEIR REALISTIC TRAINING AND OCEANOGRAPHER IN POLAR NAVAL AVIATIOP FLIGHT TRAINING FROM SCAIEEQIMN.REGION$ AVIATION OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL TO 252-lFC f 6 EIO NOTION PICTURE in WIN, 1969 WINNING NAVY FAEOANTINCLEAAEDFOR PETVh,,PSI UNCI. OPERATION. WINGS, AND ON TO FLEET 16M PITURE029 OTIO ll,1967 FO HtP PTV THE STONY OF NOR len ARE WELTING THE WEAPONEERS Of THE DEEP *CHALLENGES AND DANGERS OF OCEANOGRAPHIC 160 NOTION PICTURE WIW'6 STORY OF TIE ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIER AND RESEARCH IN THE ARCTIC AND THE ANTARCTIC, CL.AkaD FOR PC, TV, hi, PS UNIZL THE WEN WHO NAN AND WAINTAIXNHEN AiRCRAFT. TO RASTER THE OCEANS FOR DEFENSE AND 2100 DAHECONOMIC BETTERMENT Of THE WORLD. TO ACQUAINT MEMBERS OF SELECTED CIVIC ORGANI ATIONS AND PERSONNEL 10E AT NAVY MOTION RECRUIT PICTURE 023 INl, IH-3R FILS PIOCESSOR - -- TRAINING CENTERS WITH THE EDUCATIONAL AND CLEiEO FOR PC. TV, tif, PS, ame OPERATION A140 MAINTIENANCE CAREEN OPPORTUNITIES OF SERVING AS AN FBI 1GM NOTION PICTUJRE 02211IN, 1966 WEAPONEER IN THE POLARIS SUBMAR IRE FLEET. * DVELP WNT F ATISNWRIN WEPON. FON 1~a[5W FOR PE, TV, tn, PS URCI REMARKS: ALSO D;ITRIIUTED IN 350, SLIDE SET. INCEPTION TO TODAYS MODERN. SOPHISTICATED PROPER METHODS TO WE USED IN OPERATION AIRCRAFT CRASH FIRE SYSTEMS. AN ACTUAL TRAINING EXERCISE. CLEANING AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR THE INMCIDENT SIRULATION TESTS OF UTILIZING THNE D"~ SYSTEM. PNMCE200 THE LIGHT WATER TWINNED AGENT LONELY WARRIORS. THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTU 1 NIJTED IN S10, NOTION PICTURE. SYSTEM IN ITR MTO 2 l, EHN-1 FILM PROCESSOR. 16M NOTION PICTURE 01 WINl, 1966 MAINTNANCECLE.AAE FOR PC. TV, hi, PS THE MARY FASCINATING JOBS OF NAVY 160MNOTION PICTUE 025 Ill, 1966 INTRODUCTION OF THE TWINNED AGENT, LIGHT U NDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAlS THEY PERFORM C.AEDw FOR PC. TV, ti, PS WATER. AND PURPLE-K POWDER, FINE RECNNASSACE AN ISION PLNTEXTINGUISHERS INTO THE AIRCRAFT FINE RECPONNIVSSAOCLEMISOSAN D PLANT F4IAINTENANCE WEC PROCEDURES FOR TIE KODAK FIGHITING ANO RESCUE SERVICE. EXPLOSIVES TOA LENDIEYNGACESFO VERSANAT PROCESSOR EH.38. PROPER RNRS LODSRBTDI IU OINPCUE WHNOS 0ONG.N'TENARCE NETHODS, PARTS RENOVA LRES:ASDITIUD1 S11,NOONPCR AMERICAN N1AVY IN VIETNAM, PROCEDURES AND LUBRICATION POINTS ON JUNCTION TRANSISTOR, THE THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SU11, NOTION PICTURE. I160 MOTION PICT1IRE 028 WINl M NOTION PICTURE 029 INl, 1976N HS7IL RCSSW. CLEAAEO FOR PE, TV. th, PS CHIAST ORIPCAL,hi QUALITY CONTROL 9,TRANSISTOR AND DIODE ACTION, ELECTRON FLOW, 160 NO0TION PICTUIRE 018 WIN, 196 BIAS AND AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS, GAIN AND PHASE A COUPtEMENSIVE REVIEW OF THE NAVAL JISSION CLEAAd FOR PE, TV, ti, PS UL RELATI ONSHIPS. FV C-03

200 * N : I AG SS. WSTRWUTD NTIC PITUI NOTION PICTURE %96 a x sm rai8~ IemI u as NO, IO PI TUE 25 4.N V OF TH SEA cw o FOR PE, TV, th, PS UNOIL in1k NOTION PICTUR 0341oil DFOR Ff. TV. fi!, PS MIC TOE USE OF WEATHER FORECASTING IN a NETV, d hps amscheduling THE SAFEST, SHORTEST TIME ROUTES c.adop. ITIMESTORY OF NAVY CMAT ART. FOR CIVILIAN AND MILITARý SHIPS. TOE IMPORTANCE Of SNIIPOANO PAINTIUG * SURFACE PREPAIATIOI, PRESERVATIVES, PRINERi RISE OF THE' SOVIET NAVY DN OPERATION AFFIRMATIVE AN TOP COAT FA IITS. THE 160 1OTIoN PICTURE 014 1IN, 1970 BIMAM: IIPLAE M-IGC ANEiU.1 N~OTION PICTUREOZ 02I11, 199 COkAiEFORPIE, TVII, tps UACL 2S S1EAFO00 COOKEERY THE IMPORTANCE OF THE READY RESERVE IS 1KBNOTONPICURE02 NI. 164A IOCUIENETANY TRACING TUE RISE OF SOVIET EMPHASIZED WHIEN A NAVAL RESERVE DESTROYER OTION PICUR TV, I PS966 ll. SEAPOWER FROM THE IMPERIAL NAVY OF TUE CZAR CREW IS CALLED TO DUTY TO TRACK A RUSSIAN af*dfrp, V ~,P TO TODAYS WELL-COORDINATED OCEAN FORCE. FISHING TRAILER OFF THE COAST OF SEATTLE. VARIOUS METHODS FOR COOK ING SEAFOOD. WAIRTED BY RICHARD BASEHART. INASIGTON OCEAN 06GIAPIIIC RESEARCH IBM:. ALSO DISTRIBUATED 11 SUE, NTION PICTURE ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION WITHM THE CONSTEAU DIIVINS SEASEE TEAMIS *.- ONG OF FLEXIBLE HOSE SAUCER 11IEN CONFIGURATION, THE * KBNTINPICTURE 027 BIN, 1966 MI OION PICTURE , 19661KB NOTION PICTURE 022 BIN 1968 CA*FPE, FO TV, S,PS NICE CLEAFOR K 'TV, trps, OCM CLEMEFORPK, TV, th, PS UHCL N ISTORICAL. MISTORICAU. PROCEDURES FOR ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION CO HOV NEL SCIENTISTS BADIE USE OF ;mf NAVY SEAB1EE TEANS PARTICIPATING IN CIVIC NAVY SHIPS. SOUSCOUPE AND SOUS-IARIINE OVER A PERIOD OF ACTION IN VIETNAM. 55DN HSIA SIP TE SI ~TH DO INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS *.- APPRECIATION, AN * SES OF LIBERTY UNWANTED SOUVENIR 16E NOTION PICTURE 029 WIN, EE NOTION PICTURE 01911N CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, tw, PS, SERIES TITLE: SEA POWER CLEAE FOR PE, TV, th, PS aun HISTORICAL 1151 NOTION PICTURE WIN396 af C1IAj FOR PE. TT, N, PS UIOL HOW INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS AFFECTS ITS HOt HOSPITAL SHIPS PROV IDE EXCELLENT VICTIMS AND NOW IT IS SPREAD. GUIDES FOR PATIENT CARE IN A TRUE HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT THE IMPACT OF SEA POWER ON TUE NATIONAL EATING IN PUBL IC RESTAURANTS AND FOB FOOD HEAR THE SCENE OF COMBAT. ECONOMY AND TIE GEOPOLITICAL ASPECT OF THE PREPARATION AT HONE AND ABOARD SHIP. * SEAS, FROM THE 1ID.IUTH CENTURY, AID THE ESPECIALLY USEFUL TO PERSONNEL AND DN SKILLS FOR THE SEA N'CESSITY FOR FREEDOM OF THE SEAS. DEPENDENTS LIVING AND ON LIBERTY OVN1SEAS. 16E NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, TRADITIONS OLD VERY SPECIAL NAN, A CH516AE FOR PC, TV, Nl, PS 'UHCL TRADITIONS NEt 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 OiNl 1%1 THE NEWESTRAINIIG METHODS, EQUIPMENT HAND SERIS TILE:SEA OWEMCEEAAE O PE, TV, Sl, PS 1UjCL DEVICILS IN THE NAVY, S 1 SEROION PITITLE 02 WIN : A REMRKNS: ALSO DISTRIIUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. IMEhE NORIO PICTUR, 02, PS THE IUPORTANCE OF ELECTRNOICS TO THE NAVY FORPETV.NICLA AND AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR RECRUITS IN DN POSTGRADUATE WAY, THE TRAITON O TE EAIIWEATONHI WTHADVANCED ELECTRONICS. 16K NOTION PICTURE 027 WIN, 1968 NAB. THE FIGHTING POTENTIAL OF TODAYS VOYAGE OF THR ELISHA KANE HITRCLAAE O 1 V,,PUC WODERN NAVY, TRAINING WITH MODERN, COUPLEX 1KB NOTION PICTURE 015 WIN, 1969 WEAPONS AND SYSTEMS ABOARD A DOG..aT~j FOR PE, TV, tn, PS AMIC THE kaval PO!YGRADUA TE SC HOOL., ONT ERE Y OCEANOGRAPHIC PROGRESS BEING BADE IN CALIFCRNIA. STUDENTTPROFESSOR GROUPS UNDERWATER RESIEARCH AND FUTURE PLANS FOR OCEANOGRAPHIC SHIPS OF THE NAVY WAKING INVOLVED IN THZSIS RESEARCH AND CLASSROOM * USE OF THE SEAS FOR WAN 'PURPOSES. SCENES SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS AND NEW ACTIVITY. AN EXPLANATION Of THE HISTORY AND * Of WORLD WAR I I NAVY WATTLES. DISCOVERIES ABOUIT THE OCEAA. BACKGROUND Of OFFICER TRAINING AND N MOufNT IN TIME. A THIRTY DAYS NEMEATH h OTRDAE THE EUAININ NV 1KB NOTION PICTURE , 1968 SEA ON WEAPONS THAT WORK CAADFOR PIE, TV. N.PS UNCI. 16E NOTION PICTURE 035 WIN, 1971 CLAEW6 FOR PE. TV, tps VICE SERIES TITLE: MISSION OF SCOPE OF NAVY PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE mission POINT EUGUJ, THE * OF MAJOR PHOTOGRAPHIC FIELD ACTIVITIES. THE DRIFTING VOYAGE Of TKlE 0I FRANKLIN 1KB NOTION PICTURE 029 NIH SAVAG OFTUB SMSANNE SUNNERSIBLE UNDER TilE GULf STREAN AND HOW CUk.AED FOR PE. TV. III, PS SUALVA1OUHESMIN THER NE KNOWLEDGE DERIV"U FRON THE CRUISE SENTONPCURE 45 II ADDS TO THE UNDERSTANDING Of TOIE OCEANS. STORY OF THE TEST AND EVALUATION Of NAVY CL0 16 FORIO P1.CTURE 045 PSl, NIE 2561A68ER.DSOVRN TACT ICAL I ISS ILE SYSTEMS AT T'HE NAVYS HEF~ FO PE.TVUKL IATNKTI DISOVEING PACIFIC MISSILE C WPLEI.v HISTOWIlCH THE OCEAN FLOOR..CHARTING THE OCIEA IOTTON DN FLEETS IN BEING SALVAGE OF THE UISS SQUALUS KB NOTION PICTURE 016 WIN NOTION PICTURE 0 27 WIN, 1968 RJMAS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1INTSE. MOTION PICTUW. CLLhFFORPF. TV. tn. PS tlcleaed FOR PE, TV, il. PS, ' IICL HISTORICAL SWALL NOAT NAVY. THE TARING AND SUIWITTING NATHYMETRIC REPORTS 1KB NoFion PICTURE , 3968 AND NOW TO INCREASE THE QUALITY OF THESE THE WANE UP AND 1NISSION OF THE U.S. NAVY, CLLAIE FOR PE, TV, Ni, PS, UNICL REPORTS. ITS THREAT TO ENEMY POWERS, NAVAL MISSION NISTOR;CAL AREAS AND FLEET DEPLOYMENT. AN P.T.DTE EPRT W TE ~tit ONSOF ON SOOINDS IN THE AN P-T-OAE EPOT 0 TH SEA REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 OiNAION INCH. VIDEO TAPE. OF1E NOTION PICTURE 025 WIN1 THE U.S. NAVYS WALL $OATS IN VIETNAM. CU.Lý FOR PIE, TV, NI, PS ONE N MEN OF TOMORNOW UI'l QJELY DESIGNED TO NEET THE CHALLENGES OF 160 NOTION PICTURE 012 WIN, 1913 RIVEN AND COASTAL NAIIFARIE, T41ESE!1OATS - SOUNDS ORIGINATED NY CREATURES OF THE SEA. CLLAkED FOR P1E, -V, th, PS SWIFT $OATS. PWRS. RSWS LCPLS. ARMONED HOW THEY ARE ANALYZED, WHY THEY ARE TROOP CARRIERS, NORITONS * ALONG WITH STUDIED. AND HOW THEY CAN CONFUSE THE SONAR TO INTRODUCE A PROGRAM OF WILITARY TRAINING SEAWOLF HELICOPTERS ARE DEPICTED ON COASTAL OPERATOR. AND NAVY LIFE TO YOUNG OEN BETWEEN THE AGES AND RIVER PAiROLS UNDER ENENY FIRE OR OF 14 THROUGH 17, SPEARNEADING INVASIONS 11 ENENYH-ELD RIVER DN OPTIOUN TRACK SHIP TERRITORY. ROUT ING DN AQUANAUTS. THE F179W2- I?$ C-44.4

201 * ;ia W C-4 ismnotion10 PICTURE[ Oi111, ETIK PI, TV, DI. Ps IM 2332!-M IM HJAD DO AMERICAN DREADNAUGHT, THE i16 VT;O1 PICTIUR TION PICTURE 028 li, 1968 "NAVY AQOANAUTS BEING TRAINED TO USE TOOLS OLEAh9 FOR P1, TV, Ii. PS ic) CL FOR PE, TV, th, Ps, UNL I MISTORICAL T AINIIG FACILITIES LOCATED AT THE NAVAL ON PASTRIES AM PIES ORDNANCE STATION. INDIANNEAD, NARYLA1ND, THE USS NEW JERSEY IS DE-IOTHBALLED AND 160 ETION PICTUE 033 I1, 1968 NAVAL STATION, KEY NEST FLORIDA AND NAVAL RECONMISSIONEC TO JOIN THE FLEET FOR CLEwo FOR PE, TV, tin P UNCPI STATION, NASHINGTON, 0 C. ALSO PROBLEMS SERVICE IN VIETNAd WRITTEN BY BATTLESHIP INVOLVING THE LOCATION AND DISARMAMENT OF HISTORIAN RICHARO HOUGH, NARRATED BY MARTIN MINTS AND RAKING PROCEDURES FOR MAKING EXPLOSIVE DEVICES BY EOD TEAmS. CABEL, OUSICAL SCORE BY THOU GEORGE. ATTRACTiVE, NIG. QUALITY PASTRIES AND PIES ON LSD ON AIRBORNE OCEANOGRAPHY N FLIGHT TO THE SOUTH POLE 160 NOTION PICTURE 031 Il, 1967 OCEANOGRAPHER OF THE NAVY 161 EOTION PICTURE , 1968 C15111 FOR P, TV, tl, PS 16E FTION PICTURE 023 MIN, 1969 CL.EAAED FMPE, TV, TN,P N UCL CLAEFOP1TtPSUL HOV LSO WAS DISCOVERED, THE EXTREME DANGERS TIE CNALLENGE OF ANTARCTIC FLYING, ýroi OF USING IT AND HOW IT AFFECTS THE BRAIN IAJOR AREAS OF AIRBORNE RE.EARCH CONDUCTED NADI BYRD S FIRST POLAR FLIGHT TO OPERATION AN Key. BY THE OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICE LONG RANGE DEEP FREEZE, C-130 HERCULES A IkCRAFT ICE FORECASTING, MAGNETIC SURVEYING OF THE OPEIATICIS IN THN ANTARCTIC N LSD EARTHS SURFACE, AND SURVEYING THE GULF ON B1EAS, BULLETS AND BLACK 1 S. OTION PICTUREM 029 NI, 1967 STREAM. OIL CLM FOR PE, TV, ti, PS DN OCEAN PHENOMIENON 161 NOTION PICTUIRE 029 1IN, 1968 E;PLAIWS HOW LSD WAS DISCOVERED AND DEEP SCATTERING LAYER EU FOR PE, TV, THC P3 UiCL DISCUSSES TNE EXTIENE DANGERS OF USING IT 16H NOTION PICTURE 029 VIN, 1970 AND NOW IT AFFECTS THE BRAIN AND BODY. CLHAke FOR Pf, TV, TH, Ps NAVYS SYSTEM OF SUPPLYING SHIPS AT SEA, REBARKS: MT VERSION OF A * THE SEARCH FOR THE CAUSE OF SOUND. VERTICAL NEPLEISET MY HLICOPTER SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY, REFLECTING LAYERS OF MARINE LIFE LIVING IN ON THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD AND HOW NEW TRIP TO WHERE 1I, RTIOn PICTUR 011 I, 1969 INFORMATION HAS HELPED IN SOLVING THIS IES TITLE: MI~T% A EALTN 0116CFIOR PE, TV. tn, PS URCL NYSTERY AhO MILITARY EFFECTIVENESS ORGANIZAION OF THE NAVY SUIPLY SYSTEM ON OCEAN INSTRUMENTS FOR ISO &0TION PICTURE 050 IN1, CUP 0 JOE A DEEP SUBIERGENCE VEHICLES.o FOR PE, TV,, PS UL CUP JOEA.161. NOTION PICTURE 029 1IN 1969 CEOFFCTTS T S MOTION PiCTTA 020IN, 1969 CLLR.ED FOR K, TV, th, PS EFFECTS OF UNAUTHORIZED OR 1oN1RECOIIENDEP CLEA, DiOR PE, TV, ht, PS UMCL USE OF DRUGS SUCH AS BARBITURATES FOSPECIAL INSTRUNENTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AIPHETAIINES, MARIJUANA AND LSD. SNORT. AN6 OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN THE DEEP SUBMERGENCE VEHICLES AND DEVELOPVEMTS LONG-TERN EFFECTS INCLUDING THE BAD.TRIP MODERN NAVY FOR GOOD CAREERS, FGREIGN IN THIS FIELD. EXPERIENCE AND FLASHBACKS RESULTING FRON TRAVEL AND A REIAROIOG SOCIAL LIFE. LSD. OPERATIONAL RESULTS OF EFFECTIV.TNESS THE USE OF DRUGS Of USERS. IN THE iltamsals: O CISTIISIUTED IN SMi, NOTION PICTURE. 253i-R-DN THE NAVY SINGS IT LIKE IT IS. F25333ON HSO OF RAHAN 16m NOTION PICTURE 025 IN NON PORT OF CALL 15i9 O TIOR PICTURE 022 HIN, 1968 CI.AAED FUA P1, TV, TN, PS 1NLC FOR, TV, tv, PE P SAlC EXPERIENCES OF UOT PERSONNLL, PILOTr. LTTHE NAVAL WAR COLLEGE EXPOSITION, BASIC SUBMARINERS, CORPSENR, NURSES AND OTHER TNE VISIT OF ý DLG TO A PORT IN HOLLAND TO =OECEPTS OF SEA POER. NAVAL PERSONNEL, TOLD THROUGH THE NEDION OF PIOIOTE FURTHER GOOD3ILL AND GNDENSTANDING FOLK BALLAOS. BETIEEN THE UNITED STATES AND NEW ALLIES ON NAVY IAN, THE ON ARCTIC LABORATORY REN)IAMS; ALSO AVAILABLE IN SUE, 1/2 INI, VIDEO 161 MOTION PICTURE 027 1I lee 5TION PICTURE.023BIN, O9Y TAPECL. t.d FOR E, TV, T, M UICL 1I NOTION PICTURE NIN N 0d T STEP, THE THE VARIETY OF NAVY WlID! RATES AND 16, NOTION PICTURE , 1972 OCCUPATIONS PERFORMED BY NAVY MEN THAT NAKE EXPLORATION OF THE ANINAL. VEGETABLE AND aaed FOR PE. TV, th, PS WC THE machinery, REAPONS, SHIPS AND SYSTEMS MINERAL CONTENT OF THE ARCTIL REGION. COIF ALIVE AS THE BEN OF THE FLEET PERFORN 25i31-ON TASK FORCE 77 NALE AND FERALE NAVY NURSES DISCUSS NAVY THEIR ly IODIVIDUAL JOBS Ion PICTURE 023 IIN, 1970 NURSING CAREERS DURING A STUDEKT/IURSE O HP N UTNC[zA E. FOR PE, TV, THl PS CONFERENCE AT U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, DIEGO. SAN CALIFORNIA ON ON AND o FF.DUTY OF 161 OTION PICTURE $NIPS 028 ib, AN BUTTERC 1970 TEE BISSION AND INPORTANCE ACTIVITIES 11 THE NAVY OF A TASK NORSE CORPS. ýý FLEOR FORCE PE. TV, NH, PS ' AND THE VARIOUS SHIPS THAT WAKE UP THE GROUP. DUTI'S OF THE OFFICERS AND CREW WITH ON OCS (OFFI(.iN CANDIOATE THE IPAC( OF THE NAVY ON U.S. ECONONY AND EMPHASIS ON THE TEAMIORK AND COOPERAT:ON SCHOOL) THE CIVILIAN COMNUNITY IN KEEPING ScA LANES I THAT OUST EXIST AMONG THEN. SCEIES OF THE 161 IOTIOB PICTMR 01C IlK, 1972 OPEN FOR CONMENCE, AND IN TRAINING NAVAL I R DUTY A0 AT LEISURE Caldd FOR PE, TV, Ix P PERSONNEL IN VARIOUS OCCUPATIONAL FIELDS DY NA MIC A N& IK T I NA T E P E RSO NA L P RO F IL E O F THAT WILL BE USEFUL IN CIVILIAN LIFE N M OTION PICTU SAUCE RE FOR Ill THE GANDER 11I ENROLLED 1N THE TRAINING THAT 1968 PREPARES D0 SOUPS. SAUCES AND GRAVIES CL6A E FORN PICTR, 0251, UK9L TRE3 TO SERVE AS OFFICERS THROUGH THE NAVAL 161 NOTION PICTURE 023 Il, 1970 OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL PROGRAM. CLM FOR PE, TV, It, PS UtCL NHILE EXPECTING PERFECTION FROM OTHEIS. A NAN EXARINES HIS OWN ATTITUDES AND B0GIAS AT THIS VERY IMUSNT BASIC SKILLS ARC TECHNIQUES USED it THE TO REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF A RIGHT.THE- 16i NOTiOR PIlCTUR 023 KIN, 1972 PREPARATION OF SOUPS, SAUCES AND GRAVIES. FIRST TIME ATTITUDE. NHICH ALSO APPLIES TO fix PE, TV, Tm, n I ON ESEST WITHOUT IAND Hit. AT ANY 1I'fN TINE THE NAVY IS AT VARIOUS 160 SOTION PICTURE 027 NIB ON SPIRIT OF FELIA'O POINTS OVER THE WORLD, CARRYING OUT THE CLE ED FOR PE, TV, Ti. PS I16M M0liON PICTURE 029 NIB, 1968 P O L I C I E S O F T H E U NI T E D S T A T E S, 10O T T O M A K E IC W D F R P.T, t, p,u C VAR NUT TO PFPFORM SUCý CIVIC PNOGRANS AS WORKING AND LIVING CONDiTIONS OF PERSONNEL ISCLTRE FOR PC, TL, TV, PS. UHCL PLAYING HOST TO AN OkPHArT GROUP, TRAINING STATIONLO AT THE UNITED STATES SCIENTIFIC HISTORICAL PIr)GAAiS ETC STATIO S IN THE APTARCTIC. A PATRIOTIC PAIORANA OF THE UNITED STATES " " F IRS C-45

202 hd 5w4.2.C.4 FEATURING Tit I.$. NAVY SAID. NARRATED BY SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES 11 ANBITIOG 10 * PART 1 AND PART I GLEN FORM TITE A SPECIAL NARRATION BY FUNDAMENTAL ASTRONOMICAL RESEARCH. 163 MOTION PICTURE 051 JIN, 1971 SENATOR EVERETT 1. DISM= BASIC TWRINkE TNM CLEARFOR PE, TV, M EN WITH BAKER FACES i-j MTION PICTURE 012 DIDI 1969 THE HISTORY OF THE AIRCRAFT CAPRI ER FROM IN PmOTION PICTURE 02 11I1 1*968 CEA FOR PE. TV. NI, PS UOM THE LANGLEY TO THE KEANEDV TII.OUGII THE USE cuai6 FOR PETV, tn,ps amo OF DOCUMENTARY FOOTAGjE AND FILMED DEVELOPMENT OF THE TURBINE ENGINE FROM0 INTERVItIS WITH RETIRED NAVAL AVIATORS, FUNCTION! OF TNE NAVY'S FROGMEN COMMANDOS, STEAM POWER TO TKE JET TURBINE. COVERING THE PERIOD FROM EARLY 1900 TO TUE * TUE *SEALS' TUE EXCITEMENT OF PAPACNUTE BTL FTECRLSAU OTEPEET * JUMP TRAINING, TO TUE QUIET OF JUNGLE 2541k-ON THEORY OF HELICOPTER BTL FTECRLSAU OTEPEET PATROLS AND A CROSS.SECTIO OF LIFE IN THIS FLIGHT, THE REMAJAS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN I INCU, VIOt.C TAPE. UNEIQUE ORGANIZATION. I60 NOTION PICTURE 021 BIN, ON NOT SINCE THE PYRAMIDS *213, SEA POWR 01 THE MOVE CIIAE FOR PE. TV. th, PS DNCL 160 NOTION PICTURE 029 NIB, NOTION PICTURE 02S 11I HON TUE NEL ICOPTEN OBTAINS LIFT. DIRECTI on CLEWAE FOR PIE. TV, thl, PS, INCI *Fk FOR PE, TV, h PS UNS. STABILITY AND CONTROL. USE OF THE H ISTOR ICAL MOBLITVRSTLTYA FLXBLIYO HELICOPTER IN IMAND PEACE. THE MAGNITUDE OF THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS NAVAL FORC!S AND TUE OVEktALL NAVAL PURPOSE YOU GOTTA ml.k AMNE IT NANAGED BY THE NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERIRG NISSION.1ND PHILOSOPNIES Of INE USE Of SEA 1RE NOTION PICTUR 021 NIR, 1970 COMMAND IN VIETNAM. REQUIREMENTS FnR POVIE. FOR KE, Tv. tps SMc IMMEDIATE CONSTRUCTION OF AIRFIELDS, PORTS, CU.EAN AMUBITIOM DEPOTS, POL AND OTHER SUPPORT CINLLEJIE of TOMORROW A MOTIVATIONAL FILM FOR ALL AGES, FACILITIES CREATE THE LARGEST SINGLE THE *. SUPPLY ESPECIALLY THE AGE 21NIP1 FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT IN HISTORY. 1N NOTION PICTURE 014 BINl 1972 STIMULATION OF TNOUCNYS AND IDEAS FOR clea*d FOR PE. l'p, PS UNC BAKING NECESSARY LIFE BECISIONS PLANKTON - LIFE OF THE SEA TUE CNALLINGING CESPONSISILITIES OF TUE THACIE CHEERS ON A JIME ICU NOTION PICTURE 025 BIN SUPLY CORPS OFFICER. OW' cleaaedforep, tu,in, Ps IRE NOTION mmt1n 013 NIll, INTRODUCTION TO CLLAAEFOR PETV, IIPS NOW THE STUDY OF PLANKTON IS NANJING NAJOR MICROELECTRONIC INTEGRATED CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDINUG OF OIONC CR 03IT I JUPE REEK AND GRADUATION AT TIE NAVAL THE OCEAN ENVIR OWNFIT. 160 OTIN 23 PCTM IN 971ACADNY. ANNAPOL IS. * LE*E FOR RE, TV N, PS UNDERSEA EXPLORSE HOU2R0 M FROM! THE SEA 16M NOTION PICTURE 014 NINl 1971 TROUBLE SHOOTING AND REPAIR TECHNIQUES AND 160 NOT!OR PICTRE 014 Ill, 1970 CEWAED FORE. TV, I'l, PS UTILIZATION OF MAINTENANCE CONTROL FORMS, C1EAýE FOR RE. TV, I'l, PS UICI I SOLATINMG AND RESTORING DEFECTIVE OPERATING TECHNIQUES AND FEATURES CjDNMON TO COMPONENTS. EMPHASIZING SOLDERING THE USS JOHN F KENNEDY DOCKS At NORFOLK NAVY AND COMMERCIAL SUBMERS IDLES. HAZARDS * TECHNIQUES AMD TOOLS. AFTER A CRUISE AT SEA. ENCOUNTERED IN SUBMERSIBLE OPERATIONS AND INTROONITION TO f TRADITION IN WBStC. AV SAFETY METHODS USED TO AVOID THEN. MiCROELECTRONIC INTEGRATED IRE F)TION PICTURE 023 Mig. 1IM 2a TOWARD FULL INTEGRATION CIRCUITS -.. TROUBLESNOOTIN CLEHAC FORE, TV, tn, PS PC.163 NOTIHA PICTURE 029 M1IN 1970 IRE NOTION PICTURE 01731il dfrptn SUC CLEhd FOR PETV, tn,ps UNI THE U.S. NAVY BAND IN OPERATION, IEMEAISALS ceadfrr.tii S 'UC AND RECORDING SESSIONS AND TME WORK IRSIGHTS INTO THE OBSTACLES FACED BY - MAMUFACTURING FUNDAMENTALS OF INTEGRATED INVOLVED IN KEEPING TNE BAND IN SNAPE. MINORiIiES AND RAYS A SUPERVISOR CAN CIRCUITS AND NO# TUFY ARE DESIGNED, NORG N SITI OIGVNRTE PBODUCF.D AND IDENTIF;ED FOR MILITARY USE: DEBTtOYERUEN ENTCORG AOND AESSOIST IN MOIGPORITIENS. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 014 BiN, IT OE RSO BE PSTOS NICK CALL.. SKN CLEA*E FOR K,. TV, hi PS5 UNM PN BASIC CELESTIAL CONCEPTS p*iat DI TEASE IN MOTION PICTURE. 033 NIBl, 1970 A VISUAL IMPRESSION OF DAY-TN-NAY LIFE TER * LEhDFOR PE, PS SM~ ABOARD A NAVY DESTICTER A*. SEA. SERIES TITLE: BASIC CELESTIAL SKINCONDTIOS NNCN OST REQENTL REARK: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, N'IDED TAPE. CONICEPTS $11CNITOSVIC 0TFRQETY166 NOTION CONFRORT PICTURE TNE 0151BN, HOSPITAL CORPSMAN AND MOV H ON NAVAL FLIGHT OFFICER. THE CLEAdd FOR RE. TV. th, PS CAN DISTINGUISN BETWEEN CASES HE CAN TREAT... CALLING THE SIGNAUS AND ONES HE SHOULD REFER TO TUE MEDICAL 163 NOTION PICTURE 02l BIN, 970 BASIC CELESTIAL NAVIGATION CONCEPTS OFFICER. CLAADW FOR PE. TV. tnm P- LVICE TENRESTIAm. AND CELESTiAL SPHZU(S INTRODUICTION TO BASIC TNE IMPORTANCE OF TUE NAVAL FLIGMT OFFICER HORIZON SYSTEM AIRCRAFT ENGINES TO THE TEAM EFFORT OF AR AVIAtION MISSION.,EISTTE AI EETA 103 EDWIN PICTURE 024 NIll 1969SEISTL:BACCLSIL CLEA*E FOR K., TV, N, PS am N UNION STEWARD AlEN TNU. CONCEPTS THE 163 NOTION PICTURE 015 BIN, AN IRTRODUCEION 1971 TO TUE :ADIAL AIRCRAFT 163 NOTION PICTURE 015NIB, 1161 CEAIED FOR PE. TV, tn. PS JJNCL ENGINE AND AN EXPLANATION OF INE BASIC CLEAAE FoR RE. TV, tin, ps UNIX PAMT. TUFORY OF OPERATION. BASIC CELESTIAL NAV IGATION4 CONCEPTS, TUE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A FIsRS LINE INCLUDING HORIZON SYSTEI TENNINOLuGY AND YOU IN OPO SUPERVISOR AND A UNION STENARD 1N SOLVING DEFINITIONS. 163 NOTION PICTURE, 021 BINl, 1969 PROBLEM. CLA*ED FmR R, PS amc ON INTERCEPT METHOD V!NOUOS ADIMALS VR TINE MOV TO DiVELOP TECUNIQUES FOB AN EFFECTIVE SEIA SERIES TITLE: BASIC CELESTIAL IELATIORSNIP BIETW EEN STAFF AND PATIENTS. IRE ~OTION PICTURE 025 BIN, 1170 CONICEPTS U.S.NAVL DBERATRY 25WAE FOR PE, TV, III. PS Nma 160 MOTION PICTURE 015 R11, 1971 CIN NOTI OR PITRE, Oi, Ill 1910 DISCUSSES MANY VýNOBIOUS FORMS Of MARINE CEE O E V N SOC FOR N PE PSWICL TV, L IFE FROM CONE SHE LLS TO STONE FISH AND VISUALIZING CONCEPTS AND APPLYIAG THEM TO EXPLAINS NON DANGEROUS THEINI VENOM IS TO CELESTIAL CHANT EXAMPLES. ASTRONOMENS AND MATHEMATICIANS DETERMINE w. TINE. PREDICT AND PUBLISH POSITIONS OF SUN DN SOLUTION AND PRACTICAL NOON, STARS AND PLANETS FOR NAVIGATION AND HOOK DOWN0. WHEELS1. 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203 D*D 5W4.2-C*4 EDUCAT IORAL INPST ITUT ION DEO ICAT ED TO THlE SERIES TITLE: SASIC CELESTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF NEW CONCEPTS AND ORIaINAL DM CAMILLE AND THE SEABEES CONICEPTS FREE.R1vR,.ý MARITIME STRATEGIC THOUGHT. 160 NOTION PICTRE 01511IN, NOTION PICTUR 0iS 110, 1971 CEAOFOR PE, TV, tn, PS, UNICL.AADFOR PE, TV, Ni, PS UNCIL DU POINT IN TIME, A HISTORICAL DNOTJ PICTURE.. #IN, 1968 STANDARD H SIGHT REDUCTION TANL:S CE~akE FOR PE, TV, thlips ujgci PARTICIPATION OF DISASTER TRAINING UNITS DEPONSTRATE SOLUTIONS OF PRACTICAL DURI NG THE ArTERMATH OF HURR ICANE CAN ILLE, SAVIGATION PROWLERS. COMBAT ARTIST, L.V. ZABEL, DOCUREOTS H IS AT GULFPORT, 11ISSI SSIPPI, IN AUGUST VISIT TO THE FLEET AND TO SOUTHEAST ASIA OMEGA LONG-RANGE ILLUSTRAT:ONS OF H IS WORK AND THE ON BASIC AINCRAFT HYDRAULIC NA!ATO SYSTEM, THE - CONDITIONS BUNER WHICH WIE PAINTED NAVAL SYsTEMS INTRODUCTION AC IV ITIIES NOTION PICTURE 015 SIN, 1970 FOR th rsuhcl E, T, SERIES *ITLE: OMEGA LOH " CIEC-USI1 N AVY CIVIL CE*DFRPTtl ' RAMGE RAW(GATION SfSTEM ENGINEER CORPS AS A CAREER. BAriC OPERATING PR14CIPLES FOR ANY 1610 NOTUi~ PICTURE 017 SIN, 1970 THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM. C1.Aid FOR Pt, TV, ftl, PS m-t~ 16 NOTICl PICTUR 019 MIN N INSFRTEDCO A VIL-VIE ON-RAGENAVCAIO CL~iAD FOR PE, TV, III, PS ORC5I 4D INSFR H OCO A NVIGTIO WOLD-IDELON-RAGE SYTEMSTORY OF THE NAVAL FLIGHT THAT IS SIMPLE, ACCURATE AND DEPENDABLE OPPORTUN!TIES OFFERED A GRADUATE ENTERING SURGEON. A WUNER ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS. US! OF THE THE NAVY CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS IN A PUBLIC 163 NOTION PICTURE 028 SIN 1971 AA/M.2 RECEIVER. WOMKS BILLET Al AN 01CC OR SEABEE. CWEAAE FOR PIE, TV, IN, PS ' *25035DON AN/SRN-12 RECEIVER ON THIS IS PARRIS ISLAND TRAINING AND DUTIES OF THE NAVAL FLIGHT OPERAT IOft 16 * MOTION PICMURE, 03? MIN, 1970 SURGEON. SERIES TITLE: OMEGA L MG- CLEARtD FOR PE, TV, IN, PS, ON HO DECK TO STRUT UPON RANGE NAVIGATION SYSTEM HISTORICAL 16M NOT!ON PICTURE 027 WIN, 1971 *163 NOTION PICTURE 016 finl, 1970 IMARINE RECRUITS 01 THNOOC*H -.4C RIGORS OF CUAAED F.71 PE. TV, th, PS CAEDFOR PE, TV, Ni, PS UNCILHOTCMATAmSILNDSUFCRLN. BOO P~mI CAP T ILAN, SUT ýaolia.story OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODERN USE OF THE AN/ISNN.? RECEIVER IN THE OMEGA SATTAHIP -TOUORC4 S SUBMARINE WITH A BACKGROUND ON JOHN PHILLIP LONGRAM NAIGAIONPROAHITHAILAND HOLLAND, DEVELOPER OF THE FIRST SURKARINE *25507-DI SOWMETING SPEC'AL -NAVY 1611K NOTION PICTURE 025 RIMl 1970 PIJRCHAZED BY THE NAVY. CAREEN, A CLLWkE FOR PE. TV, th, PS, 25I -N REIWO 10 ACTION PICTURE 013 SIR, 1970 HISTORICAJ O REVIEW O A ce*ofor Pt. TV, Ill, PS IUCL CONSTRUCTION EFFORTS OF U. S. NAVY CIVILSEISTL:EECRMGTC *THE GffATER OPPCRII fies IN ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS INSEISTL:EECRMGTC VOCATIONAL/TSCHIICAL FI ELDS OPEN ONLY TO CUILOING THE NEW SEAPORT OF SATTAHIP AND COWIPATIflILITYI HIGH SCHOOL GNADHUATES AND AN CIGINT MESSAGE THE U.TAPAO OPERATIONAL AIRBASE OH THE 1;14 NOTION PICTURE 01R 0,N 1971 TO ALL STUDENTS TO STAY IN SCHOOL. SLUhNC' OF THAILAN. 'LAE O t V h SOC D SIXTY DAYS BENEATH THE ON ALWAYS READY... GEN Of THE Ell PROBLEMS AND THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SEA TUTIE NVYSUPL CRP, HECOMPATIBILITY OESICAED TO COMBAT IT. 163 NOTION PICTR C14 NIll A. MOTION PICTRE 025 ANIH ON BUILT- IN COMPATIBILITY CLEA1116FOR PIE, IV,1N.PS - CLA ld FOR PIE,TV, IH.PS,I SERIES TITLE: ELECTROMAGNETIC HOTE FOUR AQIUANAUTS LIVED AND CONDUCTED AN NISTONICAL DOCUMENTARY PRAKING THECOATRLY E!TENSIVE OCEANOGRAPHIC STUDIES. DURING THE ACMLSMNSOTHUWTOTTENVY169 NOTION PICTURE 0181IM, 1971 LONGEST UNDERSEA PROJECT, WHILE THEIR SUPPLY CORPS FROM ESTANLISHMENT IN 1795 TO CLEAAED FORPE, TV, th, PS UHCL BEHAVIOR I1 ISOLATION WAS MONITORED NY THIE PRESENT DAY. *, SURACi SCIENTISTS. ORAD TRY H "55-N O TO PREVENT ELECTROMAGNETIC 2555-H ILANO SORYYNECOMPATIBILITY PRORLEMS BY BUILDING- IN ECM ON GULF SYR2AS 163 NOTION PICTURE 021 NIHl 1972 INTO ALL NEW HEAFONS SYSTEMS FROM 16 NOTION PICTUR 02 WINl, 1171 CWEaD FOR PE, TY, tii, PS UNCI C&ACEPT ION To OPERATION. CEkDFOR PE, TV, th, PS UNCI CONSTRUCT ION Of NAVY'S NIEWEST TRAINING 255M -ON SHIELDED ANIECd4OIC GHLF STREAM RESEARCH ANO INVESTIGATION$ FACILITY. A CANPUS-LINE SCHOOL WHERE CHAMBERS CONDUCTED NY THE NAVY AND RAVY.SPONSO~RD RECRUITS LEARN TO BECOME SAILORS. OCEANOGRAPOSIS. 25S3ORIEBT$21E TITLE: ELECTORMAGNETIC 25563N PLGIHICOMPATIBILITY 255!7 -H OCEAN DESERT 163 NOTION PICTUR 03 BINl MOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, NOTI100P ICTURIE 07:1 11, 1971 CLEMEDFOR K, TV,tVNPSm,WA CLEARED FOR PE, TVH,NPS ONCL CEhDFOR PE. TV, tn, PS LoL NAVAL AIRCRAFT SOAR TO THE MEA1 OF AN ALL ANECHOIC CHARMBERS AND THEIR VALUE TO ECK OCEANO'.RAPNIC INVESTIGATION OF THE SARGASSO MUSICAL MODERN JAZZ SOUND TRACK. (1O TESTING. SýA NY NAVY SCIENT1ISTS AND PRIVATE NARAMTION) OCE.HRUGRAPNIC INSTITUTIONS.J7O CND ON RECEIVER SUSCEPTIBILITY k GREAT FLIGNY, THES 163 NOTION PICTURE 0231WIN 1970 SERiES TITLE: ELECTROMAGNETIC 160 NOTiON PICTURE 014 WINl, 1970 CLkEA* FOR P1. TV, tiuncil COMPATIBILITY CE*DFOR PE, TV, tml, PS HI STOR ICAL 163 NOTION PICTURE 017 NIX, 1971 CLEAd PI, T, t FR PS,4,THE STORY OF THE FIRST TRANS.ATLANTIC ACCORPLISHMENTS OF THE SEANSE$ IN VIETNAM.,LAE O PTIP FLIGHT IN 1919 PERFORMED IY A NAV! RC4 N A DESCRIPTION OF RECEIVER SUSCEPTIBILITY, THE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THAT W CIVILIAN SAILOR - STOAY NRT ET~RI N O TNYR HISTONIC FLIGHT. Of THE NAVAL RESER1VIE, THE REDUCED. 160 MOTION PICTURE 026 RiM, ON ENARINIG OF 1IED MgtEI. THE CUaAý FOR PE, TV, Nl. PS ONCL ON OPERATING ERIC NAVAL VAR COLLEGE. THE 160 NOTION PIMTRE 09 WINl 1970 THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE NAVAL SERIES TITLE: ELECTROMAGNETIC C FhD FO PE, TV, IN. PS URC R(ESEVE TO HATIONAL SECURITY AND THEL COMPATIBILITY MATERIAL NENEFITS AND ACCOMPLiSHMENTES 163 NOTION~ PICTURE 027 MNI, 197? A LOOK AT THE NAVAL 11- COLLEGE AS AN DERIVED. CLEAAED FOR Pt. TV, th, PS -,. I -. C-47

204 SMALL, SLEEK CRAFT FLYING ON WATER, SITREP FUNCTIONAL 191 IS EXPLAINED ALONG V1TH CARIPUS AND CLASSROOM SCENES OF KROTC No. 10 PRESENTS SOME OF THE MEN CLASSES OF THREE ELEMENTS OF INTERFERENCE, NAMIELY, MIDSHIFIEM. ADVANTAGES OF THE 114TC COLLEGE SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT THAT WILL SOON JOIN THE INCIDENTAL, SPURIOUS AID EXCITATION. ALL OF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM, WHICH LEADS TO A FLEET. THE SECRETARY OF NAVY, CHIEF OF 9, :CM 1 COULD RE CAUSED BY IMPROPER COLLEuE DIEG41EE AID A CAREER AS A NAVY OR NAVAL OPERA T IONS, PROJECT MANAGERS, AND RAIMTENAMICE. URINE CORPS OFFICES. OTHER SPECIALISTS DESCRIBE NEW DEVELOPMENTS ~5SR.DN li CNTRO RATOOSROAMS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 11 58K. IRTION PICTURE. IN SUCY WEAPONS SYSTEMS AS THE E2C, F TNOS EliCONTOL 2536-N D YOUCAR - OODS3A, CHAR, SSN, LHA, 00963, SES, PHI, AND *SERIES TITLE: ELECTRONAGAICTIC SANITATION KR" *COIPATISILITY 1 60 NOTION PICTURE 021 SRIM NAVAL ACADEMY ONE 163 MOTiON MPIRTIE 024 RIM, 192CLEAE ORP.TN.P UNCO. 163 NOTION PICTURE 012 MIN, 1971 CLAEFOR PE, TV, M, PS WICL LEADED FOR PE, TY, th * PROPER WORN HM.RITS AID PROCEDURES FOR THIS SEGMENT DiALS WITH RADIATED!ND INSURING GOOD SAN ITARY FOOD SF IV ICE. THE NEW IMAGE OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY. CONDIICTED EMl, AID TECHNICAL ASPEC71 OF INTERFERENCE CONTROL. NOW TO AVOID S40CK EXPLOSIVE ORDNAUNCE DN VITAL SEA, THE HAZA~RDS OY PROPER GROUNDING, SHIELCOIG AML. DISPOSAL -THUNDER ZTALIERS. 163 NOTION PICTURE 01411R, 1973 MAUEINSTALLATION. THE CLAAd FOR PL, TV, IN, P35 255*24111 TECK21CAL ASPECTS ok NOTION PICTURE 023 NIH, MOIO 01 PIIU RM 37 CEgAhiFOR PE, TV, tii, PS LIMC THE UNITED STATES NAVY, RECOGNIZIýG THE SEA 10EAE FORIO PIC TVE 026 IlCL RELLFEI DNT RM H IESO H AS NECESSARY TO THE NATION AND THE a[1 ORPT, t, AM RALI fiiidetfrmhefiesote INDIVIDUAL, FOR PROVIDING A NEANS OF EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL TEUNS. TEAM TRANSPORTATION. A PLAiE FOR RECREATION AND * TZCHNICAL ASPECTS C6F ill FUNCTIONAL SPIRIT, TECHI:CAL SKILLS, AND THE FORTITUDE A SOURCE Ok FOOD AHD NATURAL RESOURCES, SOURCES, INCIDENTAL AND NATURAL. AND EMl WHICH CHARACTERIZES THE EOD MAN IS SHOWN. ENSURES ITS FREE USE. CONSIDERA IONS ON INNER FRONTIER, THE SEAS OF TOMORKOW, THE 25S13-04 ERIC FROGMAN CONSIDERAT'ON IEU NOTI~A PICTURE 012 MIN, MW NOTION PICTURE 014 fig, 1972 SERIES TITLE: ELECTIOUAGINETIC CEAAdd FOR PE, TV, th, PS CEAAED FOR PE, TV. hn, PS ~~t OCOIPATIBILITY172UDRAE COSRCINTCNQE AN AYON MAS REM OFHEEAEOEA IMNOTION PICT)JE CAP NDRALTIER DEVELUCTOP N TECHNAQFAC AND NC IN YODENG N'REALMT WHE THE JOIN TUCOE NAVY E56FRPE, TY, N.M PS UNLSUPPORT OF THE HAM ITAT AND EQUI PMENT SCENES OF NAVY L I FE AND TRA IN INM. ARE INSTALLATIONS OF PROJECTS TEKTITE AND AFAR BLENDED NITH SAILING SCENES TO CONVEY THE OH. EfS AMP RESPONSIBILITIES OF EACH GROUP -A.ZORIES FIXED ACOIUSTIC RGIGE-. THEME OF MAN'S AGELESS IDENITY WITH THE * IMPLENENTIRG AN EIC PROGRAM. AND TOE SA GUIDELINES THEY FOLLOI TO REACH THE DESIRED W LPO LANDING PLATFORM EA RESULTS. THE IkPORTANCi OF PROPERLY TRAIOED DOCK -AMPHIBiOUS TRANSPORT CAUSES AND EFFECTS ON OPERATING AID MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL IS SHIP AIRCIFT -FLASH AND GLOW STRESSED. SERIES TITLE: AMPHIBIONIS SERIES TITLE: LIGHTNING AND TIESTPORT CARGO HANOLING SYSTEW PRECIPITATION STATIC 160 MOFTION PICTMR 023 SIR MOTION PICTURE 014 SIM MOTION PICTURE 011 INIH 1972 CLREFOR PE, w, tn, ONCL CUA*EDFOR PE,TV, tnps AM0 CEAEd FOR K, TV, tn,ps MISSION OF AND SERVICES PROVIDED NY THE OPERATIONS OF THE LPD IN AN ASSAULT HON AND WHY LIGHTNING OCCURS AND WHAT I T NAVAL AIM TE$I CENTER, PATUXENT RIVER, CODI T ION. DOES IN TERMS OF DAMAGE TO AIRCRAFT. CAUSES MARYLAND. AND EFFE.CTS OF PRECIPITATION STATIC AND- 231-IR O OTH IE25459-DN LPNH LANDING PLATFGRM GLOW (CORONA) AND RUILT-1N AIRCRAFT DESIGN OUNTO HE IREHELICOPTER..JPHISIOUS ASSAULT PROTECTI0ON 163 MrOTI10 PICTURE 023 NIl, 1970 SHIP EAAE9 for PC, TV. tn. ps amci N CAUSES AND EFFECTS ON SERIES TITLE: AIPHHIMIOUS AIRCRAFT. 0*1151 A A rroup Ci qtuo!4t PILOTS PREPARE FOR INEIR CARGO HANDLING SYSTIEW. PROTECTION FIIST LANDING ABOARD A CARRIER AT SEA. 160 NOTICAN PICTURE 012 NIll W WRL OFTH SE CEAEDk FOR PE. TV, IN, PS LemI SERIES TITLE: LIGHTNING AND 2962-CM WNLO OFTHESEAPRECIPITATION STATIC 16M DOT;ON PICTURE 026 MIll, 1973 FUNCTIONS Of THE ANPH1M1OUS ASSAULT SHIP -163 NOTION PICTURE , 1972 CEAAd F(*PE. Ty, h,ps ma LP- CLEAAEFOR PE, TV, th, PS DEVELOPMENT OF NEW CIVING TECHNIQUES AND W VELCOUE TO THE WORLD Of INDIRECT LIGHTNING EFECTS ON AIRCRAFT SYSTEIS WHICH WILL ENABLE DIVIEMS 10 LIVE 81ORK STRUCTURES, ELECTRICAL, MA4IGATION, AND WDEA IN THE SIFA FOR EXTENDED PERIOD$ Of 1I3 ROTIOQ PI CTURE 017 RiM, 1970 EXTERNAL STORES, COMNUNICATION, GUIDANCE TV6f. CEAAd FOR Pt. TV. th, PS UNCI. AND FUEL SYSTEMS, AND EFFECTS' ON PERSOMNEL, EXPLAINS HON LIGHTN!NG ARRESTORS AND STATIC CHARTING THE OCEANS THIE VALUE OF THE SUMMER lofk PROGRAM TO DISCHARGERS WORK IND THE IMPORTANCE OF 163 MOTION PICTURE 0231 NIN 1972 SOTN YOUTH AND THE NAVY ANO HOf EEO PROPER MAINTENANICE. CLahd FOR PE. TV, in, PS OMC SUPERVISORY TRAINING. ONIENTAT'0M OF YOING PEOPLE AND MEANINGFUL WORK ASSIGNMENTS Alt I OW CAUSES AND EFFECTS ON * THE HISTORY OF CHARTS, HOW THE NAVY MAKIES IMPORTANT TO TOE PROGRAM. IAIRCRAFT - FUTURE AIRCRAFT THEMI AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CHARTS TODEINPOLM7 VAHI MN$R WN DEEP HORIZONDEINPOLM 13 90TION PICTURE 02S ill 1971 SERIES TiTLE: LIGHTNING ARD N ASSAULT OW THE UNKOW C.AAEDl FOR PE, TV, N,1 PS Ulm PRECIPITATION$ STATIC OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 163 MOTION PICTURE 006 MIR, 1972 *PLATFORM A NUCLEAR PROPULSION OPERATOR DESCRIBES THE CLEMED FOR PE, IV, th, PS 163 0:2O PICTURE 021 MIll 1972 NAVY'$ NUCLEAR SUBMARINE PROGRAR DURING A CLLAA FOR PE. TV, tn, PS Mna SCUB DIVE OFF HAWAII. A SUMMARY OF THE PREVIOUS I SEGMENTS THESOHISICTE REEACH LAFON ~EDTORENMARS ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 35 0, NOTION PICTURcE. DEFININ G AND COMPAR ING VAR IOUS WATER IALS THE OPHSTICTEDRESARCHPLAFORM4SE TOAND DEVICES ALONG WITH REDESiGN OF AIRCRAFT PROVIDE ESSENTIAL INFORNATION FOR.1 BETTER CR0 BITREP 30/EDITION 10 TO RAKE '4EA LESS qulneraule TO THE HAZARDS UNDERSTANiIOIG Of THE OCEANS.. FUIURE IS NOW, THE IOF LIGHTNING, P-STATIC AND GLOW W STRIDER... FILM. A RM ON -ONPCUE SETE.CAREER DAY CLEAAE FOR PE U, 1 50ISA H 163 MOTION PICTURE 02 MINl, MOTION PICTURE 015 RIN, 1971 CEWhED FOR PE, TV, tn FROM LARGE, NULT I -PUNPOSE CARRI ERS TO CEAAEO FOR PE, TV, th, PS C-44

205 "ETHODS AND DoD C-4 ADTERVIEWER, SO THAT THE SOURCE OF HIS DEVELOPMENT CENTER. NAVY OCCUPATIuNS AID SCENES OF LIFE AT SEA. INFECTION CAN BE TRACED AND TREATED. RE'.. : AL% AI1"T1IBUTED :N SO ON, NOTION PICTURE. REmKARS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED O1 22 1N, NOTION PICTURE ON SHARK - DANGER IN THE SEA 160 NOTIO PICTURE 027 #IN, N R N BARRIER ON WHO CAW CATCH THE WIND CLEWtED FOR PE, TV, To, PS 6iMil LTIOk FIOTTURE 014 NII, , NOTIO PICTURE 030 RIN, 1973 CLEHAED FOR Pf TY, th, TPS UNOL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UKC HOW NAVYS SHARK RESEARCH PROGRAMS ARE HELPING IN THE DEVELOPIIENT OF EQUIPMENT AND THE AWARD-WINNING PERFORNANCE OF A DEAF. A YCUNG RANS DREAMS CONE TRUE WHEN HE JOINS PROCEDURES USEFUL IN PREVENTING SHARK MUTE EMPLOYEE AT THE NORFOLK, VIRGINIA THE NAVY, GOES THROUGH BOOT CAMP TRAINING, ATTACKS THROlIGH THE STUDY OF SHARK UNAMICH OF THE NAVY PUBLICATIONS AND GRADUATION, HIS FIRST SEA DUTY AND SHORE BEHAVIOR. PRINTING SEWrICE. LEAVE. REARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE, DN NIL - NAVAL RESEARCH REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 35 1, SLIDE SET ON ALCOHOL ABUSE LAIORATORY, THE ON YOUR TEETH ARE IN YOUR 161 NOTION PICTURE 026 MIN, 1974 CLOkE "1610 NOTION FOR ft. PICTURE TV, Thi, 028 PS RIM, 197H 01CC 61,lTO HANDS IT 1 I CLAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS TWIN FO V+,ID AF S O RESACH SERIES TITLE: DENTAL HEALTH NAVYS POLICY RELATIVE TO ACOHOL ABUSE, THE THE MANY AND VARIED AREAS Of RESEARCH 165 NOTION PICTURc. 015 Rim, 1974 PROGRAM FOR PREVENTION, AND REHABILITATION. CONDUCTED AT NIL ARE SHOIR IN THIS CLEAJED FOR PE, TV, N Ps U:L7 INDOCTRIRATION AiD O RIEFING FILM ON MEDICAL LABORATORY STRESSES REASONS FOR HEALTHY TEETH ANM TECHNICIAN, THE 2}723-ON STORY OF A ATOM GUIS, AND HOW TO ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN GOuD 165 1NOTION FICT'JRE 017 NI1 "16"l, NOTION PICT~f, RIM, 1972 DENTAL HEALTH BY DAILY REMOVAL OF PLAQUE dy C'.EAkED FOR PE, TV. N, Pe, 1UCL CCEAADED FO Kt, TV, Nh, PS U0CL PROPER BRUSHING ADO FLOSSING. NAVYS IRAINING P JRAN FOR HOW THE MEDICAL NAVY WEATHER SERVICE SERVES THE ON FLOSSING LABORATORY TECHNICIANS. A SPECIALTY VITAL NAVY AN0 CIVILiAN CARGO SNIPS WITH WEATHER TO DISGNOSIS AND TREATMENT IN nodern ADVISORY SERVICE TO AVOID ADVERSE WEATHER SERIES TITLE: DENTAL HEALTH MEDICINE CLASSROOM AND ON-THE-108 TRAiMiNG CONDITIONS 1am, NOTIO PICTURE, , 1974 IN VARIOUS BRANCHES REIARKS. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN S OF 0m, NOTION PICTURE CLAkE THIS FOR Pft PS SPECIALTY, U1CL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS, LENGTH OF THE DN CAREER IN NAVY SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PROPER USE OF DENTAL COUSSE, AND CAR.ER OPPORTUNITIES ARE WARFARE, A - SOMEONE SPECIAL FLOSS TO REBNVE PLAQNE.DIUSSED MOTIO PICTUJRE 020 RIM, ON 1MR DN HOSPITAL ADVENTURE, A C.A. ED FCR Of, TV, N, PS U0L USHIG 161 NOTION PICTURE 017 RIM, 1974 HON SPECIAL WARFARE FITS INTO NAVAL INSHORE SERIES TITLE: DENTAL HEALTH CLEARED FOR PE. TV, TV, PS WARFARE ENLISTED PERSONNEL. 16 NOTION, PlTURE D06 RI1, 14 AN ANIMATED TOUR OF A HOSPITAL DURING HICH 2C725EH MDJOF REPAIRE OTNUCTURAL T N CHILDREN ARE INTRODUCED TO THE PEOPLE, OF PLASTIC NOAT4O PROPER BRUSHING TECHNIQUES TO REMOVE PLACES, AID THINGS THAT ARE THERE TO NAVE in P E., #7 I THEN NELL AND SEND THEN HOME READY FOR PLAY 165, NOTION PICTURE 0201IN, IS9?? W AND SCHOOL. CILEARED FOG ft, TV, hi, PS! 0C REMAR : ALS OISTRIBUTED IN S E, NIOTiON PICTURE. ',REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN S3N, NOTION PICTURE. NATERIALA USED FOR REPARING ON DEI NTAL HEALTH AND YOU ON HAVE YOU IEARO MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE SERiES TITLE: DENTAL HEALTH 168 NOTION PICTURE, 026 NIH, ON SPECIAL, START $THI OF F$IE SODETHI TI4 I tcle 161 NOTION FOR PE, PICTURE, PS 005 1IN, 1914 K CLE.tED FOR PE, PS U0CL.'.-"RSPECIAL, THI C F P TRAINING FOR ALL HANDS IN THE PRESERVATION 16- NOTICE PICTURE 012 R, 12 EVIEWS THE FIRST THOEE FILMS IN THIS OF HEARING LOSS FROM HAZARDOUS NOISE CLAED FOR PE, TV, N, - 'SERIESE THE ACADEMIC 4ATURE AND BENEFITS OF THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTTED NS) U, ROTION PICTURE. 1 RENARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SN U, NOTION PICTURE. "NAVAL JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING 257CO.ON DENTAL HEALTH QUIZ DN VAKAI DOCUMENTARY Of AN PROGRAM AS AN ELECTIVE SC~nULS.OPEN SCIENCE IN SECONDARY 570D DETLHAHQUZ27-OPN OCANA OCEAN - DIVE, DOCUENTARHOE THE A SCOL.SERIES TITLE: DENMTA. HEALTH 165 NOTION PICTURE 02011MN ON DEEP $UMIIERGENCE RESCUE 160 NOTION PICTURE, 010 HIM, 197A CLEAOED FOR PE, TV, th, PS _ SYSTEN CLMED FOG PE, PS UMCC AEPRTINADEPCNN 165 NOTION FAMBL PICTRE 017 RIM, FOR Pi, TV, 1973 TH, PS ic ITWENTY DISCUSSEb TETOSBASED IN THE FIRST ON TOURE INFORMATION FILMS IN THIS PEARAINADEPOMN TCANATI DIVE FANBL OFF U TL OAST OF OAHU. CLEAI ED SPEITACULAR UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION AND ORIENTATION TO THE MI.SION SERIES. IS COMBINED MITII DESCRIPTIONS OF DIVING AND CAPAilLITIES OF THE DEEP SUIMERGFNCE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SRS, NOTION PICTURE. RESEARCH SPONSORED BY BUREAU OF MEDICINE RESCUE VEHICLE.D5,V. AND SURGERY, OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH AND ON RETURN OF COUNT NAVY SUPERYV'SR u DIVING ON DEEP SUISIERGENCE RESCUE SPIROCHETE VEHICLE 165 NOTION PICTURE 021 RIM, ON POLLUTION IS EVERYOODYS i65 NOTION PICTURE CLE. FOR Pf, TV, i,. PS UACL NARY CLEAED FOG ft. TV.h, PS CC AN ANIMATED CARTOON DRAMAT'ZING THE MEDICAL 165 NOTION PICTURE 026 NMI, 1972 "hics, ABOUT EAO DIASE CLEAtED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS A MORE DETAILED INTRODUCTION TO TAE DEEP FACTS ABOUT VENEREAL DISEASE SYIPTOMS, SAURERGENCE RESCUE VEHICLE -DSRV- COURSE Of INFECTION AND THE EFFECTS OF UNDER,4SF0RETARY OF T;'E NAVY JOSEPH GRIMES "SYPHILIS AND GONORRHEA ON THE HUMAN BODY IS INiERVIEWfED ON POLLUTION CONTROL ,-ON VO - DIE, TI ARE DESCRISYD AND EL'HASIS 0N DIACROSIS AMD "160 NOTION PICTURE 0D4 MIN, 1913 TREATMENT BY A PHYSICIAN AS THE ONLY MEANS ON FOILIOANE CLEt ED FOR Pf, Tv Nh, P`S U01L OF ERADICATING THE INFECTION IS MADE. 16K NOTION PICTURE 01, MIM, 1972 RENARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTFED IN U/4 INCH, VIDEO TPE. CLEAtED FOR PE, TV, IV, PS TWACRDOWN OF THE SOURCE Of VENEREAL 1 INFECTION F IS AS IMPORTANT AS IEDICA, ON RESEARCH TO REALITY HON HYOROFOIKS WORK AND WHAT THE FUTURE TREATMENT. THIS FILM SHOWS NAY AN 5 NmmOTION PICTURE. 02 RIN 1913 HOLDS FOR THE'l IN TOMORROWS NAVY INDIVIDUAL INFECTED RITO VO MUST NOT ONLY CLEARED FOR YE, PS UMC ON OUR CRUCIAL DETERRENT SEEK PROPER MEDICAL TREATMENT. RUT SHOULD ALSO. FOR THE SAKE OF HIS OWN HEALTH AND AN INDOCTRINATION FILM SHOWING; THE NANY '.6N NOTION PICTURE 028 NIB, 1973 OTHERS, COOPERATE RITH THE VO CONTACT icapabilities OF THE NAVAL RESEARCH AND CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UCL"C,". " FRI7BN- id] C-41

206 0. O, A01 ITIR THE NAVY. OaFkR FOR PEE TV, TH, PS,,. ISTrICAL REIEV OF TIF FLEET BALLISTIC AISTORICAL "IISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM. MILESTONE DAY IN BOOT CAW, & DEVELOPMENT EVENTS ARE FLAGGED AID FUTURE 1i6 NOTION PICTURE , 1974 REPORTS OW EXERCISE BIG LIFT, THE STRATEGIC GOALS 0 ILIIED. FR PE, TV, th, P 5 AIRLIFTING OF AN ENTIRE ARMORED DIVISION "FRO$ THE UNITED STATES TO LINK UP WITH TUFFY, THE SEA TEACHER A DAY OF TRAINING IN THE LIFE OF A RECRUIT FORCES IN EULOPE. ENCOMPASSES MAJOR 160 NOTION R, PICTURE 028 #ln 1972 IN BOOT CAKP MILITARY MANEUVERS IN CONIUNCTION WITH THE OI.Ei FOR Pt, TV, fl, Ps REIIAS: ALS OISTRIBUTF.D IN Sl I, NOTION PICTURE. JOINING OF FORCES AT naristadt, GERMANY. HIGHLIGHTS MAJOR ACTIVITIES PRIUR TO, A STUOY OF DOLPHINS AIO OTHER SEA ANIMALS, OU WINGS OF EAGLES, WINGS OF OURIrG AND AFTER AIRLIFTING OPERATIONS, A'.0 SUCH AS THE WHALE AND SEA LION. IN NANS GOLD ENSUINGMIANELVERS. CONTINUING SEARCN FOR KNOWLEDGE OF THE SEA 16, NOTION PICTURE 027 BIN,.9A AND H11) TO SUkVIVE IN IT. SHOWN ARE THE C IEAED FOR PE, TV, lo, PS 2R341.OA THORACIC SURGERY-.PART "" limthods OF CATCHING, TRAINING AND TESTING Ill: FOREIGN BODIES IN THE DOLPHINS AND THE RESULTS OF SOME OF THESE TRACES THE HISTORY 'OF NAVAL AVIATORS AND PERICARDIUM AND HEART "TESTS IN WHICH -TUFFY- WAS USED AS THE EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF PRESERVING lie NOTIONPICTURE 050l1N, 1946 SUBJECT. TH:S HERITAGE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS. ON. CLEAE FOR PE. HIST6RICAL CAMERA INTERVIEWS WITH AD1 THOMAS H M WEATHER EYE 1OORER, U SM. COR JAMES FLATLEY Ill, USN, DIAGNOSTIC PLANNING, SURGICAL, AND POST 16R NOTION PICTURE 023 I11, 1974 CAPT DAVID ICCAMPBELL, USA -RET-. Lf RANDY OPERATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR HANDLING PATIENTS CU-AE FOR Pt, TV, r, ps P0. CUNNINGHAM, USN. LT -JG. BILL DRISCOLL, I fh FORE IGN BODY ITHIN THE HEART OR USN, RADI JEREMIAH DENTON, USA, VAO4 ROBERT PERICARDIUM. AM IN-DEPTH LOOK AT THE DUTIES PERFORMED BY B. PIRIE USN *RET., CAP, PETE CONRAD, ASH "THE AEROGRAPHERS MATE AFTER LEAVING SCHOOL RET., AND ADR JOHN S. THATCH, USN -RET DA SCHISTOSOMIASIS AND BEING ASSIaNED TO ONE OF THE MANY DUTY 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 027 MIN, 1947 STATIONS WITH THE NAVAL WEATHER SERVICE ON TACOMA WAiGAIING SIC CLEAAED FORl PE, PS UHCL ST DAY ON CLEAN WAKE - SHIPBOARD NOTION PICTURE 031 I IIOLuGY E0 AND SYMPTOMS OF THREE TYPES OF 160. NOTION POLLUTION PICTORE 020 ABATEIENT ASA, E974 CLJAED FOR PE, TV, N, PS U-L SCCISTOSORIASI$-TECHNICA LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR LICIAL AND DIAGNOSIS AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, o, PS LICL A SIMULATED WAR GAME WITH PREDETERMINED TREATMENT OF SCHISTOSOMIIASIS JAPONICA. RULES AND PROCEDURES OF SELECTED ASPECTS Of, EVFLOPVENT AND EVALUATION OF IETHOD0 AND A CONFLICT AND EIPLOYMEiT SITUATION 25M43-0A SANOFLY CO#NTROL "EQUIPMENT USED TO HA;OLE SOLID, GASEOUS, DEPICTS A REALISTIC ENVIRONMENT FUR 16], NOTION PICTURE 033 BIB, 1947 AND LIQUID SHIPBOARD WASTES TO PRFVENT SHIP MEANIAGFUL COORDINATED TEAR TRAINING CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, ýs, POLLUTION RESEARCH CONDUCTED AT THE NAVAL DRILLS AND EXERCISES WHICH UTILIZE LOCALLY HISTORICAL SHIP RESEARCH AND OEVELOPIENT CENTERS AVAILABLE RESOURCES OF NAMPOWER, EQUIPMENT ANNAPOLIS LABORATORY, FIELD STUDIES ON NAVY AND MATERIAL. SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF SKIN SHIPS, SAMPLING METHODS USED TO DETERI;NE TRANSIiTTED DY SANOFLY-EAVIRONMENTAL THE AMOUNT OF POLLUTANT TO BE ATTACKED. 25SS.OF NOW SCENE 1. THE SANITATION PRINCIPLES E.SENTIAL TO CONTROL. RAINKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SEl, NOTION PICTURE. IRE NOTION PICTURE 014 0, UN9 DA PERIPHERAL NERVE SURGIEY CLEAkDFOR PC, TV, 4o, PS, 2CL I.M LADIES WEAR THE BLUE HISTORICAL. PART I NERVE SURGERY 16A NOTION PICTUR. 0'1 Ill, I P WIRE NOTION PICTURE 033 BIN, SEE BUILDINGS SUSPENDED ON COILS INSIDE JCLAEO FOR PE, TV, th, " W '4ED PS FOR PE, TV, Th, PS UNX MOUNTAINS WHERE (HE HUGE UNDERGROUNT "TRACING THE HISTORY OF NAVY 1o01N FROM COMPLEX OF TUE NORTH AMERICAN AIR DEFENSE MANAGEMENT OF TYPICAL PERIPHERAL NERVE THIS FILM STRESSES THE IMPORTANCE OF CONMAND IS LOCATED. VIEW (HE THUNDERBIROS INJURY CASE OF WORLD WAR II PERIOD - FOLLOW EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND HIGHLIGHTS ANM THEIR SPECTACULAR F-4E PHANTOM 2 UP TREATMINT AF REUROSURGICAL CENTERS OF TKE CHANGES THE NAVY IS MAR12G TOWAARDEMONSTRATIONS. VISIT OXNARD AF8 WHERE THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION. "OFFERING A MORE SATISFYING AND REIAING FIGHTER-INTERCE?TOR SQUADRONS ARE TRAIKED4 i 25O-DA PINTA PILOTS AND FLIGHT HURSES. 160 NOTION PICTURE, 01S 5IR. 194W DIVING FOR SCIENCE REIMS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IHN. VIDEO TAPE. CIWEO FOR PE 1. 6 IRE MOTION PICTURE 020 BIN 1973 STAGES OF CHRONIC, DISFIGURING SKIN DISEASE.CLEkE FOR Pt, TV, to, PS DF HOW TO SUCCEED WITHOUT RE- INVENTING THE WHEEL.- P DIAGNOSIS SPIROCHETAL ETIOLOGY S TECHNIUES OF SHALLOW WATER DIVING AND NH O ENGINEERS CAN RETRIEVE RESULTS OBTAINED FROM ARSENICAL ANO I T I S USED BY SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS. INFORMATION PENICILLIN THERAPY. DEVELOPMENT OF DIVING CAPAMILITIES BY IRM NOTION PICTURE 030 BIN DA CONSTRUCTION OF THE SCREW RESEARCH IN NAVYS NEN HYPERBARIC CHAMIER. CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, LOCK SECTIONAL SPLINT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICAL IRE NOTION PICTURE 017 BIN, 1948 " " CAREER TO WOMEN IN NAVAL SERVICE. TAKE A LOOK AT THE ACTIVITIES OF COMBAT 257T5-0D PHYSIOLOGY OF FOOO 0WAMATIZES NEED FOR EN(oEERS TO dave,z.u FOR PE, HISTORICAL " IRE NOTION PICTURE 015 gin 1973 ACCESS TO DATA. CITES USE Or CO PUTER AS FIXATION, GRAFTING AND REPLACEMENT CLOkEd FOR PE, TV, TN, PS UNCI. CORE OF WORKABLE INFORMATION RETRIEVAL PERFORMED ON ZASE OF FACIAL INJURY ' UNA SYSTEM. INCLUDING MANOIBLE FRACTURE REQUIRING " "HUANA MODY REQUINEMTS tow FOOD AND HOW 25SS5.DF SECRET UNDERWORLD, THE ADDITIONAL BONE TO RESTORE CONTOUR. THESE REQUIREIENTS CAN NEMlETSY NATURAL IRE NOTION P;.TURE 025 MIN, DO RECONSTRUCTION OF THE - U2579.OMR PLANTS AS A FOOD $OUNCE CLEAAE6 FOR PE, HIST6RICAL LOWER LIP AND CHIN " le NOTIN PICTURE. 020 MIN 1973 BASED ON FACTS REVEALED AT THE 1161 PUBLIC 1RE NOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, A, N FOR PT, URE, to, PS 197L SPY TRIAL IN i.ondon, ENGLAND, FILM POINTS CIE.AAD FOR PE. HiST6RICAL OUT VITAL IMPORTANCE OF CLOSE WATCH OF METHOD AND PHASES OF.RESTORATION AS - NOW 0 PLANT LIFE CAN 1E UTILIZED FOR ALL DEFENSE INFORMATION. PICTURES ORGANIZATION, PERFORMED ON CASE OF VESTRJCTION Ci TWOo. Bomy-F(OO R(QUIRENYIIS. TECHNIQUES GLEAN INFORNATION ANID DEVICES FROM CO~dUNISIS PERSONS CONCERNED USE TO "41RDS OF LOWER LIP, CHIN, AND MA1IDIdLE ON MAKE YOUR $LOOP D0 DOUBLE WITH CLASSIFIED DEFENSE MAfTERS DA LUMBAR SYMPATHECTOMY L DUTY i REMARS PE ONLY FOT GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND GANGLIONECTOMY 1IR NOTION ficture, 014 1IN, 1973 CIVILIANS CONNECTED AND CONCKRED WITH INDUSTRIAL I1M MOTION PICTURE 031 BIN, 1948 CLAAEC FOR PE, Ps SECURITY. CLEA.ED FOR Pt. HISTORICAL THE UNGE'oT NEED OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF BIG LIFf ivarious APPLICATIONS. FOR A CONTINUOUS SUPPLY PROCAINIZATION OF VOLUNTEER tlodd OF 1I6, NOTION PICTURE. 022 MIN, 1963 STRUCTURE TO BE REMOVED - OPERATIVE * 'F I34 C-50 %

207 DaD ( PROCEDURE - DETAILS OF REMOVAL OF TREATING GASTROINTESTINAL DISOROERS, FUNGUS SPATMETiCKAli. INFECTION, MALARIA AND DEMGUE FEVER A OENTOALVEOLAR SUFIERY ALVEOLECTOMY AND MULTIPLE DA INSIDE THE CELL - PARt I 2!8S.DA IADIOISOTOPE.PART I. PATHOLOGY ENZYIES IN INTRACELLULAR FUNDAMENTAL$ OF 1D6 NOTION PICTURE, 018 RIN, CWEMISTRY RADIOACTIVITY, THE CLEAAED FOR PE 160 MOTION PICTURE, 040 MIN NOTION PICTURE 059 INI, 1951 Ck FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS PROBLEMS IN REMOVAL OF TEETH PATHOLOGICAL BORE AND THE PROPER REPAI "CONCEPT OF INTRACELL,.ý. ENZYMATIC ACTION BASIC CONCEPTS IN THE FIELD OF NUCLEAR THE RIDGE TISSUES ARE DENONSTRA BIOCHEMICAL PHEDOIERA MONSTRATION PHYSICS THAT ARE PERTINENT TO AN LABORATORY TECHNIQUES OF SEVERAL NOBEL UNDERSTANDING OF RADIOISOTOPES DA DENTCALVEOLAR SURGERY PRIZE VINING SCIENTISTS. EXCISION OF MANDIBULAR TOR: OA RAOIOISOTOPE.PART IfII 161 NOTION PICTURE 012 KIN, DA INSIDE THE CELL PART II PRACTICAL PROCEDURES OF CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL REGULATION OF ENZYMES MEASUREIMENT, THE 160. NOTION PICTURE, 043 MIN NOTION PICTURE 048 MIN, 1951 PREFERRED PROCEDURES FOR REDUCTIO1 CLUAD FOR PE, PS, HISTOR!CAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS UMK, LINGUAL TUBERUSITY AND FOR PROPERETE. FACTORS REGULATING ENZYbE ACTION: LOCATION VARIOUS MEASUREMENT APPARATUS AND IN INDIVIDUAL CELLS, 'juantity IN TISSUE, TECHNIQUES-ABSOLUTE AND COOMPARATIVE OA DENTOALVEOLAR SURGERY CHEMICAL ENVIRCRIEMT, DRUGS, AND MEASUREMENT. EXCISION OF GINGIVAL HYPERTROPHY ANTIVETABOLITES DA NADIOISOTOPE.PART IV. 160 NOTION PICTURE 006 MIN, 258S7-DA RADIOACTIVITY METHODOLOGY, THE CLEAAED FOR PE, HISTORICAL LAICItATORY DEMONSTRATIONS 16U NOTION PICTURE 040 MIN, I NOTION PICTURE 017 MIN, 1949 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, ýs SURGICAL PROCEDURES TO CORRECT A DE C FOR PE, HISTWICAL RIDGE HYPER. TROPHiED AND FLABBY OU CLEARED FACTORS GOVERNING TRACER USAGE AND DESIGON ILL-FITTING DENTURES, * ELEMIETARY PRINIIOPLES TF 'ADIOACTIVITY - OF TRACER EXPERIIEITS-SEVEN CRITERIA OF ;NSTRURENTS USED IN THE LABORATORY FOR TRACER METHODOLOGY ARE ESTABLISHED BY DA INTRODUCTION TO DETECTION AND MEASURING, AND PROTECTION ILLUSTRATIVE EXPERIMENTS. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SI160 NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, DA RADIOSOTOPE.PART XIII. CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL DA CUSHING'S EXPERIMENT IN GENERAL SCIENCES, THE THE DOG 16MNOTION PICTURE 046 BIN, 1952 VARIOUS CASES ARE CITED TO ILLUSTRATE 16R NOTION PICTURE 014 SIN, 1949 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, ýs, AND PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL THEF CLWED FOR PE, NISTORICAL HISTORICAL 25M85.DA DENTAL ACTIVITIES, WALT RESPIRATORY AND CIRCULATORY EFFECTS OF USE OF RADIOISOTOPE TRACERS IN SCIENTIFIC REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER PRESSURE ON THE BRAIN, SUCH AS THAT PROBLEM SOLVING IN FIELDS OF METALLURGY, 116Mi MOTION PICTURE 018 NIB, RESULTING FROM BRAIN TUMORS. CHEMISTRY, BIOCHEMISTRY AND PLANT CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL PRSIOLOGY D.A RICKETTSIAE-LANORATORY DISCUSSES DENTAL ACTIVITIES OF THE Ni PROCEDURE FOR THEIR ISOLATION 25N73.OA MEDICAL EFFECTS OF THE REED ARMY HOSPITAL, THE CENTRAL DI AND IDENTIFICATION ATOMIC Mo0g.PART II.PATHOLOGY LABORATORY AND THE ARMY MEDICAL SEI IG, MOTION PICTURE, 047 NIH, 0949 AND T4ENICAL PROBLEM, THE GRADUATE SCHOOL. CLEARED FOR PE 161 MOTION PICTURE 037 NIH, 1950 CLEAAED FOR PI, T'V, TH, PS, 25AN8.DA HEMORRHAGIC FEVER ILABORATORY PROCEDURE FOR DIAGNOSIS Of HISTORICAL CLINICAL FEATURES "1CXETTSIAE DISEASE-GROSS PATHOLOGY 1611 MOTION PICTURE, 045 RIH, "COMPARED WITH RORIAL-FUNDAMENTALS OF MECHAN ISM OF THERMAL, TRAUMATIC AND CLEAiED FOR PE "STERILE TECHNINUE. RADIATION EFFECTS - CLINICAL OBSERVATION DIAGNOSIS AND PROGNOSIS, ALONG WITH CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL FINRDING OA DIAGNOSIS OF PERIPHERAL PATHOLOGICAL MATERIAL FOR ILLUSTRATIONS. EPIDEMIC HEMORRHAGIC FEVER m CUl NERVE INJURIES, THE OPINION ON SPREAD, CAUSE, AND CONTRI 160 NOTION PICTURE 016 Ilk, A75-OA HEAT DISORDERS: HEAT THE DISEASE. CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL UNKL EXHAUSTION, HEAT STROKE AND HEAT CRAMPS DA DEBRIDEMENT. PART I SIGNIFICANT CLINICAL FINDINGS OF 12 CASES 160. MOTION PICTURE, 025 MIN, 1952 MULTIPLE SOFT TISSUE WOUND$ OF VARIOUS NERVE INJURIES. CLEARED FOR PE 160M MOTION PICTURE, 012 MIN, CLEARED FOR PE, PS DA HEREDITARY ATAXIA CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, TREATMENI 4D PREVENTIONL 16, MOTION PICTURE 031 MIN, 1950 OF HEAT DISORDERS - ANALYSIS OF ADEQUATE AND MININAL SKIN INCI * CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL UNC4. PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BALANCE OF HEAT INCISION OF FASCIA, EXCISION OF DEVITA GAIN AND HEAT LOSS IN BODY. TISSUE, COMPLETE HEMOSTASIS. PR HEREDITARY AiNo CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLOSURES AND DRESSINGS. DISEASE-EARLY SYMPTOMS AND LATER DISEASE OA INTgANAXILLARY MULTIPLE DEVELOPIENT-SIGNS OF LATE STAGES- LOOP WIRING IN TREATMENT OF 25$91-DA DEBRIDEVENT - PART II DIAGNOSIS, JAW FRACTURES WOUNDS OF THE EXTREMITIES 160 MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN M MOTION PICTURE, 033 MIN, DA ATOMIC MEDICAL CASES. CLEARED FOR Pt, P, HISTORICAL ONCL CLEARED FOR Pt, PS ' JAPAN-WORLD WAR 11C E O E S TRI A NLCEADFRPP 161 aotion PICTURE 037 MIN, 194i TECHNIQUE OF APPLYING INITRAMAXILLARY EIGHT DIFFERENT WOUND CASES SHOU CLEMAED FOi PE, HIST6RICAL MULTIPLE LOOP DEMONSTRATED ON 20-YEAR-OLD DEMONSTRATE THE TECHNIQUES OF CLE MALE PATIENT WITH FRACTURE OF RfGHT WOUNDS AND REMOVING DEVITALIZED TISSI MEDICAL PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM ATOMIC MANDIBLE. OTHER FOCI OF INFECTION. "PATHOLOGICAL STUDIES-FIRST AID AND MEDICAL 2SNNO.DA OENTOALVEOLAR SURGERY DA RADICAL RETROPERITONEAý S VALVEOLECTONY IN EXTRACTION OF NODE DISSECTION IN THE ISOLATED TEETH TREATMENT OF TESTICULAR DA NURSING IN THE TROPICS 16, MOTION PICTURE 011 NIN 1952 TUMORS 16I, MOTION PICTURE 029 MIN, 1952 CLEARED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL 16MR. MOTION PICTURE, 020 KIN, CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE SURGICAL REMOVAL OF BONE RETAINING ISOLATED PPEVENTIVE MEDiCINE AND ASEPTIC TECHNIIQUES TEETH, AND PROCEDURE FOR PROPER CONTOURING DISSECTION OF GERMINAl TUMORS. SEMI IN MILITARY HOSPITAL-NIURSING PROCEDURES IN OF SOF TISSUES. EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA, TERATOCARCINOMI j "i'" "FMiNR2O 135 [,'.,..,..-., :.--_-,.., -..., ,..

208 , IONIOCiCIIM - CLINICAL AND 1 TECHNIQUE AND TREATMENT USED IN SUBLUXATION *, IONOSPICAL ANALYSIS. 2 51O5DA F ISTULA CLOSURME OF AETA1L*DAL METHOD OF CORRECTING THIS CONDITION. "25"SI D11A MAUAGEIENT OF BURNS 160 NOTION PICTURE, 016 BIB, i DA PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE PART I SUPPORTIVE CARE CLEAO FOR PE, PS g. TREATMENT OF THE ADULT.mB NOTION PICTURE, OS BIN, 1958 HENIPLEGIC PATIENT CUMW FOR PE, PS, UISTORICAL URCL SURGICAL TECHNIQUE OF PRINCIPLES THE 'BUCKLE AND - ENVELOPE PROCEDURES TYPE OF -i,6 H AWED -. NOTION FOR PE, PICTURE, PS 026 BIN, 1962 RULE OF NINES METNOD OF DIAGNOSING BURNS FLAP' OEM MISTRATED. *UNEEVLP YEO LAE O E SUC MINOR, MODERATE AN CRITICAL INJURIES -BOATH TREATMENT - TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO INITIAL HOSPITAL PROCEDURES FOR TREATING 250.DA TOTAL BODY MEASUREMENT OF 'PATIENT IN FOLLOWING POSITIONS: SUPINE, NATURAL AND ACQUIRED PRONE, SITTING, KNEELING, STANDING AND RADIOACTIVITY IN MAN WALKIMG. "2585,.DA ANAGEUENT OF BUINS 16U BOTION PICTURE, Ol BIN, 1961 "PART II LOCAL CARE CEAOED FOR PE, PS as9s1da PROPHYLACTIC HEMODIALYSIS "16MB NOTION PICTURE, 015 BIN 1958 IN ACUTE RENAL FAILURES CLEARED FOR PE. PS, HISTORICAL BETHODS AND FACILITIES DEVISED AT BALTER 16I NOTION PICTURE 026 BIN, 1963 REED ARMY BEDICAL CENTER - FEATURES. CLEAAED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL UL CARE OF BURNED PATIENTS IN DRESSING AND OPERATION, AND USE OF THE HUMAN COUNTER, "OPERAT'BG NOONS CLEANING BOUND, IRON ROO, AND MEDICAL FLUOROSCOPY STAND. TESTS CONDUCTED BY UNITED STATES ARMY DESRIDEBENT OF SKIN, OCCLUSIVE DRESSING, RESEARCH INSTITUTE TO EVALUATE EFFECT OF All TREATMENT AND SKIN GRAFTING A INTESTINAL BIOPSY PROPHYLACTIC HENODIALYSIS ON PATIENTS CAPSULE, THE SUFFERING FROM ACUTE RENAL FAILURES. * " DA ianasebint OF BURNS 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 006 BIN, 1961 PART III.'" SKIN GRAFTING 1959DIOXIDE CLAE FOR PE, PS UNCIL DA BUFFERING DURING OF HYPERCAVXIA CARBON IN NOTION PICTURE 021 1IN, 1 USE, AND OPERATION OF CAPSULE 16M D FOR PE, HIFEATUSES, UE, NOTION PICTURE 024 BIN, 1963 DEVISED BY WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL SKIN GRAFTING OF LIMUS, HANDS. AND BODY NOW CAPSULE SWALLOWED BY PATIENT MAKES, AREAS - AUTOGRAFTING AND HONOGRAFTING [POSSIBLE BIOPSIES OF SMALL INTESTINE. TESTS PERFORMED ON AN UNTREATED AND TREATED TECHNIQUES SHEET METHOD AUG POSTAGE STANP DOG. PREPARATION OF ANIMAL, DENITROGENATION IIETHO)C OF GRAFTINRG. SHEET MTD 25 DA SURGICAL EXCISICN OF DIAL OF LUNGS, APNEIC OXYGENATION, EFFECTS ON LEUKOPLAKIA ANIMALS TDA ANIMALS FOR RESEARCH 1601 NlOTION PICTURE, , l7l D PICTURE, AOTION MIN, D2D 191L DA FORCEPS DELIVERIES - PART 16BNTO ITR, 2WI.15 FOR PEEP IAED VillI PIPER FORCEPS CLINICAL SYMPTOMS, HISTOLOGIC. CRITERIA, 6116 NOTION PICTURE 012 BIN, 1963 " FACTORS INVOLVED IN MAINTAINING A DISEA~ PROGNOSIS. AND SURGICAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED CLEAREO FOR PE, HISTORICAL FREE COLONY IN BREIG TECHNIQUES TASOTTINO AND E(UIPMENT NML USED OAPPLICATION IN ORALEUKOPLAXIA. AND USE OF PIPER FORCEPS FOR IN BREEDING "TRANSPORTATION OF ANIALS TO 25B09-DA BASIC AUTOPSY PROCEDURE DELIVERIES INVOLVING BREECH PRESENTATION. S RESEARCI LABORATORIES. 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 051 BIN, 1961 " 251.DA METHOD OF TEACHING COMBAT CLEA.ED FOR PE, PS DA LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY A 1.MMSURGERY, MOPTION PICTURE OD BIN NOT1 PICTURE 016 IN PRELIIARY REQUIREENTS - EXTERNAL CLEED FOR PE, HiSTORICAL " CL D ifo PHICTU,6aiRCA UL958 EXAINATION OF BODY, DISSECTION TECHNIQUES, Old FOE PE, HISTORICAL UNCIL INTERNAL EXAMINATION, EVISCERATION. AND DEMONSTRATION OF LYNPHANGIOGRAPHY TECHNIQUE "THE BEW METHOD IS DEMONSTRATED AS APPLIED EXAMINATION OF ORGANS - MEDICAL BOARD USED AT WALTER REED HOSPITAL - PREPARATION TO DEBRIDEMENT - ACTUAL COMBAT CONDITIONS REVIEW OF AUTOPSY FINDINGS OF PATIENT, SURGICAL ISOLATION At* ARE SIMULATED IN THE LABORATORY. 2 DACANULATION OF LYMPHATIC VESSEL O-DA NEPiIROURETERECTOUY OF FOREARM FRACTURES DA SURGICAL EXCISION OF 1 OI PUE, 160 M NOTION PICTURE, 016 BIN, 1961 EPIDERMOID CYST FROM FLOOR OF 1U0 NOTION i+]':~~~~~~6 PICTURE, 026 MIL,, CLAEFO U(LGNll 0 CLEAAED FOR PE. PS OTION MOUTH PICTURE, 020 KIN, 1964 CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS OF URETER SURGICAL PROCEDURE DEMONSTRATED PATIENT CLEA1b FOR PE SURGICAL PROCEDURE USED IN A WITH FOREARM FUACTURES OF THE RADIUS AND ULNA BONES-POST SURGICAL PROGRAM TO DEVELOP CAUSES AMD DIAGNOSIS OF CYST. TEPHROURETERECTOMY. REMOVAL OF LEFT KIDNEY USE OF EXTREMITY. DEMONSTRATION OF SURGICAL EYCiSION OF CYST WITH INFECTED URETERS SHW FROM FLOOR OF BOOTH OF AN 18-YEAR-OLU GIRL 2502-DA CORRECTION OF MANDIBULAR 1SB11-DA SIMPLE METHOD FOR PATHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SPECIMEN. -. BY VERTTRACHEAL SUCTION AID SLPROGNATHISM NY VERTICAL BRONCHOSCOPY 25S28-DA MOUTH PREPARATION FOR SLIINGOSEOTMY16MB NOTION PICTURE 011 BIN, 1961 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES 16M, NOTION PICTURE, 029 BIN, 1960 CLEAIIED FOR PE,PS, HISTORICAL 160B NOTION PICTURE, 035 MIN, 1964 FOR PE ""CLUL UILNCL LAED CLINICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR, AND TECHNIQUES CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS ANn SURGICAL USED WITH AND WITHOUT ANESTHESIA ON PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR DIAGNOSING TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES USE5 TO CORRECT PATIENTS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE PULMONARY AND TREATING PATIENT'S MOUTH PRIOR TO THE CONDITION. SURGERY. RECEIVING PROSTHESIS DA TECHNIQUE OF BICEPS DA ENZYME ASSISTED CATARACT DA IMPRESSIONS FOR REMOVABLE CINEPLASTY SURGERY PARTIAL DENTURES 160B NOTION PICTURE, 026 MIN, NOTION PICTURE, 010 IBk, NOTION PICTURE, 037 NIN, 1964 CLEARED FOR PE CLIEAED FOR PE, PS CLEARED FOR PE, PS CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS - SURGICAL TECHNIQUE - SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION OF USE OF ENZYNE, A MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES IN MAKING PHYSICAL THERAPYFITTING OF THE PROSTHESIS, AWPHOLCYNOTRYPSIN (ACT) IN CATARACT SURGERY MANDIBULAR AND MAXILLARY IMPRESSIONS "AND PROSTHESIS TRAINING AFTER SURGERY. AS PERFORMED AT WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL SFCONDARY IMPRESSION TECHNIQUE FOR ALTERING 25"04-DA SHIPODKAR OPERATION CENTER. DISTAL EXTENSIO OF IGINAL CAST. 16MR NOTION PICTURE, 01 DIIN DA SUiLUXATION OA JAW RELATION RECORDS FOR * CLEAAED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 010 BiN, 1962 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES CLEAAED FOR PE ONCL 160 NOTION PICTURE 030 INI 1964 PRINCIPLES AND SURGICAL TECHNIQUE OF THE LCLE5RED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL 9NCL " "SHIRODKAR OPERATION DESIGNED TO CORRECT CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF HYPERMOSILITY OF CERVICAL INCOMPETENCY DURING PREGNANCY. TEMPORAL ANDOIBULAR JOINT. EQUIPMENT, PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS FOR MAKING : C-52

209 - -o. o N1. 11 DoD C.4 ACCURATE MAXILLO. MANDIBULAR RECORD. 160 MOTION PICTURE 016 KIN 1968SPMOD EADC RQ ED TECHNIQUE OF ASSEMBLING CASTS IN CENTRIC CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS SYIPTOMS OF DISEASE AND ACTION REQUIRED OF OCCLUSION WITH AID OF NAXILLO-MANDIBULAR UNIT LEADERS AND MEDICAL TEAM FOR TIMELY RECORD. DESCRIBES THE ETIOLOGY OF PRIMARY AND AND PROPER THERAPY.OIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES SECONDARY LYIPHEDEMA,AND PRESENTS A AND TREATMENT AT POST.HOSPITAL. 23S32.DA TEMPORARY PLASTIC BRIDGES CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE 2-STAGE DA MASSIVE CRUSH INJURY 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 KIN, 1964 SURGICAL TREATMENT PERFORMED ON A FEMALE CLEAAED FOR PE, PS ' PATI ENT LWITH MASSIVE CHRONIC LYMPHEDEMA OF 6E0 NOTION PICTURE, 012 INI, 1967 CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION THE LEFT LEG. FOR PE, PS OF A TEMPORARY PLASTIC BRIDGE OF FOUR DA MAGNETIC VS NONMAGNETIC DEMONSTRATION OF TREATMENT ON INJURED TEETH. INTRAOCULAR FOREIGN BODIES SOLDIER, TECHNIQUE OF DEBRIDEMENT OF DA SIMPLIFIED TECHNIC OF AN ULTRASONIC DETERMINATION NECROTIC TISSUE, HIOMOGRAPH APPLICATIONS, OPERATIVE CSOLANGIOGRAPHY, I160 A MOTION PICTURE, 014 WIN, 1966 AUTOGRAPHING, PHYSICAL AND HYDROTHERAPY. CLEARED FOR PE DA INTRAOCULAR FOREIGN BODY 160 NOTION PICTURE 012 MIN, 1965 ULTRASOUND AND CRYOSURGICAL CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL DEMONSTRATION OF ULTRASONIC DETERMINATION MANAGEMENT S USE AND ADVANTAGES OF X-RAY CASSETTE FOR AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF PATIENT WITH EYE 1611M MOTION PICTURE, 009 MIN OPERATIVE CHOLANGIOGRAPHY - DESIGN AND INJURY. AND POSTOPERATIVE ULTRASONIC CLEARED FOR PE, PS HANDLING FEATURES ARE SHOWN - TESTING. INTERPRETATION OF CHOLAGIOGRAMS IS ALSO DCIAL A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION Or ULTRASOUND AND I E25944DA ANAGEMENT OF FAIA CRYOSURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF A TRAUMATIZED TRAUMA-PART I.INITIAL EYE AS PERFORMED ON A PATIENT WITH AN DA BLADDER OUTLET TREATMENT AND METHODS OF INTRAOCULAR INJURY FROM A BRASS FOREIGN EUDY. OBSTRUCTION IN CHILDREN FIXATION DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT 161M MOTION PICTURE, 025 INI, 1966B 16K MOTION PICTURE, 032 MIN, CLE~EO 1965 FR CLEARED PEPROJECTION FOR I DA ABNORMAL IN SPATIAL RETROLENTAL S CLEARED FOR PE PATIENT CARE PRIOR TO MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL FIBROPLkSIA TYPES, SYMPTOMS AND DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES. TRAUMA-; INITIAL TREATMENT OF BONE, SOFT 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 006 MIN, 1967 NONSURGICAL ANTLREFLUX TREATMENT - SURGICAL TISSUE AND FRACTURES; USE AND EVALUATION OF CLEARED FOR PE, PS TECHNIQUES FOR BLADDER NECK REVISION AND BAR, SPLINT, AND PIN FIXATIONS. URETERAL REIMPLANTATION. A CLINIICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE PROCESS OF DA MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL ABNORMAL SPATIAL PROJECTIONS IN RETROLENTAL DA FACIAL TRAUMA - PART III TRAUMA-PART II-OPEN REDUCTION FIBROPLASIA AS MANIFESTED ON A 16 YEAR OLD * EXTRA ORAL FIXATION OF OF MAXILLOFACIAL FRACTURES FEMALE PATIENT, WHO HAD BEEN A PREMATURE MAXILLOFACIAL FRACTURES 161M MOTION PICTURE, 028 VIN, 1966 INFANT WITH A BIRTH WEIGHT OF 2 LBS.. 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 018 WIN, 1966 CLEA-ED FOR P6 UNAL CLEARED FOR PE DA PERITONEOSCOPY AN AID REDUCTION OF MANDIBULAR, CONDYLE, TO DIAGNOSIS SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR OPEN REDUCTION OF MAXILLARY, ZYGONATIC AND MID-FACE FRACTURES 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 020 MIH, 1968 FRACTURES - FITTING OF PLASTIC HEAD CAP, (PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT DENTURES); CLEARED FOR PE, PS MINERVA JACKET, AND EXTRA-ORAL FIXATION. EXTRA-ORAL FIXATIONS. USE AND VALUE'OF HEAD FRAME. DESCRIBES THE VALUE OF PERITONEOSCOPY AS AN DA MANAPLASTY: THE AID TO DIAGNOSE DISEASE OF INTRA-ABDOMINAL DA' POLLICIZATION OF THE RING STROMBECK TECHNIQUE STRUCTURES, AND PRESENTS A CLINICAL FINGER 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 027 MIN, 1966 DEMONSTRATION OF A PERITONEOSCOPY PERFORMED 161M MOTION PICTURE, 023 BIN, 1965 CLEARED FOR PE, PS ON A MALE PATIENT FOR A LIVER BIOPSY. CLEARED FOR PE DEMONSTRATION OF REDUCTION OF MAMNAPLASTY DA SMALLPOX THREE-STAGE SURGICAL ' PROCEDURE FOR USING STROMBECK SURGICAL TECHNIQUE AS 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 033 MIN, 1968 POLICIZATION OF RING FINGER AS PERFORMED ON PERFORMED ON 23 YEAR OLD PATIENT. CLEARED FOR PE, PS MALE PATIENT WHO SUFFERED AMPUTATION OF THUMB ON RIGHT HAND DA HAND INJURIES-PRINCIPLES DIFFERENTIAL CLINICAL AND LABORATORY OF EARLY MANAGEMENT,DIAGNOSIS OF SMALLPOX DA AND CHI CKENPOX; POPLITEAL AND ENTRAPMENT SYNDROMECLRFOPEP ARTERY 16M, NOTION PICTURE 'NL KIN, 1967 PROCEDURES FOR TREATMENT AND PROPHYLAXIS. 161M MOTION PICTURE, 021 MIN, 1966 CLEAEO FOB PE, PS DA MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT CLEARED FOR PE EVALUATION OF DAMAGE; PREVENTION OF WOUNDS - DEBRIDEMENT AND SYM M AINFECTION; TREATMENT OF OPEN, CRUSH, AND DELAYED PRIMARY CLOSURE OF SYMPTOMS AND SURGICAL TREATMENT OF THREE GUNSHOT WOUNDS, FRACTURES, NERVE AND TENDON HIGH VELOCITY MISSILE WOUNDS CASES OF POPLITEAL ARTERY ENTRAPMENT INJURIES; REHABILITATION EXERCISES. 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 007 INI, 196 SYNDROME DUE TO CONGENITAL ANOMALY DA OCULOMOTOR ý PRAXI A CLEAED FOR PE, PS UNL "''""-":: DA PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF DEBRIDEMENT OF ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE 16MM NOTION PICTURE,022MN 1966 KI, A SINGLE HIGH VELOCITY WOUND OF THE RIGHT 16MM MOTION PICTURE U22 MIN, 1966 CLEA~EO FOR PE, PS 'CL THIGH AND EARLY MANAGEMENT OF A SEVERELY CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL CLINICAL TESTING AND CHARACTERISTICS COMMINUTED FRACTURE OF THE FEMUR. PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICES IN CARE AND DISPLAYED BY 24 YEAR OLD MALE PATIENT WHO DA ENUCLEATION OF THE REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS WITH NERVE AND ACQUIRED THE DISEASE IN ADULT LIFE. TRAUMATIZED EYE MUSCLE INJURIES, AND AMPUTEES DA INSECT-BORNE DISEASES 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 011 MIN, 19G DA BIOPSY PROCEDURES IN ORAL 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 017 NIH, 1966 CLE0AED FOR PE, PS DIAGNOSIS CLEARED FOR PE A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE ENUCLEATION 1611MOTFUR PICTURE025KIC, 1L SOURCES, EFFECTSS, AND CONTROL OF INASECT. SURGICAL PROCEDURE AS PERFORMED ON A ND FOTION PEITURE,025I 96 SOUR BORNE ES, DISEASES- FFETS, STRESS D ON ONSOLDIER RESPONSIBILITY OF ORBIT. WITH SEVERE INJURY TO THE EYE AND.7 INDICATIONS FOR BIOPSY AND BIOPSY UNIT COMMANDER FOR PREVENTIVE DISCIPLINE IN 5 D O A R D TECHNIQUES FOR DIAGNOSIS OF SOFT TISSUE FIELD DA LOCALIZATION ORBITAL FOREIGN AND EXTRACTION BODY. -.- '-,-. LESIONS - DEMONSTRATION OF EXCISIONAL AND DA MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE- LOCI ZATION AND EXTRACTION INCISIONAL BIOPSIES ON THREE CASES. EARLY DIAGNOSIS, INTENSIVE 16M OTION PICTURE, 009 MIN, DA SURGICAL TREATMENT OF TREATMENT CLEARED FOR PE, PS CHRONIC LYMPHEDEMA OF THE 16NM NOTION PICTURE, 026 VIN, 1966 A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE LEG, THE CLEAED FOR P6 LOCALIZATION AND EXTRACTION OF AN ORBITAL F17902= 137 C

210 FOREIGIN BODY AS PERFOIUED 0H A SOLDIER WITH ITNIN ANM NOW AFTER BIRTH. 1 IOTION PICTURE, 006 SII, 1971 A GRENADE FIAGaiNT LOOGED I1 THE RIGHT C,NCL 1ORIT, 1W4CI GROSSLY LIMITED THE HP ABD DA SPECIAL EYE CAE O FOR PE, PS m EMf T OF TIlE EYE. 160 MOTIOH PICTURE, OI11IH, 1969 SNOWS SIX DIFFERENT BLOOD PRESSURE co FOR PE, PS INCL READINGS; THE VIEWER RECORDS HIS READINGS, M AMARM 1MEDICINE IN VIETMAfi AND COMPARES THEE TO THE CORRECT READINGS 1i0 NOTION PICTURE 029 IHI, I93 DEMONSTRATES THE SPECIAL EYE CARE OF GIVEN AT THE END OF THE F ILA. S ci.e*fo PE, NHITOIRCAL Uga PAT!ENTS SUFFERING SECOND AND THIRD DEGREE BURNS OF THE FACE TO PREVENT EYE INFECTION DA INCISION AND IRRIGATION SHOOS ALL PHASES OF ARMY MEDICINE: All AND CORNE.AL ULCERATION.,F TRAUMATIC CATARACT EVACUATION OF BATTLE CASUALTIES: FACILITIES ]6i, NOTION PICTURE, 006 NIH, 1971 AND SERVICES OF FIEND HOSPITALS; DA TENPOROMANDIRULAN CLAAOT FOR PICP, CONVALESCENT CARE; MEDICAL RESEARCH; MENISECTOUY " MEDICAL SERVICES TO RAISE HEALTH OF 1R6 NOTION PICTURE, 0061HI, 1969 SHOWS THE DETAILED PROCEDURE FOR THE IDLATION. O AECIVILIA FOR?E, PS TREATMENT OF TRAUNATIC CATARACT BY IRRIGAHION OF THE LENS FROM THE POSTERIOR 260I2-DA PILARIASIS A CLINICAL DEM ONS TRATION OF A CHANRER THROUGH A SMALL CORNEAL INCISION. Ii MOTION PICTUR, 025 fig, 1963 TERPOROMANDINULAR MENISECTONY PESFORHE ON C~DI FOR PE PS o A 22 YEAR OLD HALE PATIENT WITH A DERANGED 2517I.DA C.OSTEOTONY OF THE RENISCUS OF THE LEFT NAIDINILAR JOINT. MANDIBLE: CORRECTION OF A CNARACTEBISTICS OF BICIIOFILANIA FOUND 11 CLASS II MALOCCLUSION BLOOD OF DISEASED PATIENTS; HOW INFECTIVE DA CORRECTION OF WILATERAL 16M MOTION PICTURE, 014 NIN, 1971 PARASITE IS TRANSMITTED BY MOSQUITO TO PROGNATHISU BY OBLIQUE HUMANS, ANd THE EFFECTS ON THE BODY; OSTEOTOUY OF THE MIUULAR C511E FOR P. PS CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AND NAGEMENT OF RAMUS DEMONSTRATES THE OPERATION TO CORRECT A FILARIASIS CASES. 16i, NOTION PICTURE, 010 MI1, 1969 CLASS II RALOCCLUSION BY NAKING A C-SHAPED DA MALAGEWENT Of COMMA?. FOR PE. PS CUT IN THE MANDIBLE TO BRING THE TEETH WOUNDS -MASSIVETIAT OF A TOA FORWARD. SHOWS SURGICAL TECHN:QUE AND * WOUNDS * MASSIVE TRAUMA TO A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF TIE CORRECTION RESULT AFTER HEALING.. THE EYE AND 0131T OF UNILATERAL PROGNATHISM BY OBLIQUE 16i NOTION PICTURE, DI Nli, 1.8 OSTEOTOMY OF THE NANDIBULAR RAMUS AS DA ANEURYSM OF THE BASILAR PS HFORPE. PERFORMED ON A 23 YEAR OLD FEMALE PATIENT. 1/11 NOTON BIFURCATION ICTRE, 11 IN,1971 ' DESCRIBES THE CLINICAL PROBLEMS THAT OA CORRECTION OF PROGAIATHIC ISE NOTION PICTURE, 011N, CONFRONT THE SURGEON IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MALOCCLUSION BY MILATERAL CLE.AED FOR PE, PS MASSIVE WOUNDS TO THE EYE AND ORBITAL MANOIBULAR OSTECTOWY THE TECHNIQUE FOR OBLITERATING A POSTERIOR AREAS; AND PRESENTS TWO DEMONSTRAIIONS OF 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 016 NIH, 1969 PROJECTING ANEURYSM OF THE UASI LAR THE PRIMARY ENUCLEATION SURGICAL PROCEDURE. CLEAAED FOR PEPS UNCIL BIFURCATION BY DIRECT SURGICAL APPROACH IS DA CONTROL OF BLOOD LOSS IN A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF A BILATERAL DEMONSTRATED. * EXTENSIVE AUTOGRAFlING MANDIBULAR OSTEOTONY TO CORRECT A OA SUPPERATIVE 6I0 NOTION PICTURE, 010 MIN, 1968 PROGNATHIC MALOCCLUSION OR A 20 YEAR OLD THROWDOPHLEBITIS: A Ckrf FOR PE, PS MALE. POSTOPERATIVE VIEWS OF THE PATIENT COMPLICATION OF INTRAVENOUS ILLUSTRATF THE SUCCESSFUL RESULTS IN THERAPY A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE HEMOSTATIC ACHIEVING A PROPER AND STABLE RELATION 1611 NOTION PICTURE, 016 NIH, 1971 * TECHNIQUE USED SUCCESSFULLY BY THE US ARMY BETWEEN THE MAXILLAE AND MANDIBLES. CLEAAED FOR PE, PS RESEARCH UNIT TO CONTROL BLOOD LOSS!1 EXTE.SIVE AUTOGRAFTING DA WITH PERIPHERAL SILASTIC CUFFING NERVE REPAIR SHOWS PROCEDURE FOR DIAGNOSING AND TREATING S U PPERATIVE THRONBOPHLEBITIS; DENONSTRATES." UA SURGICAL POSITIONING 16il. NOTION PICTURE, 013 NIH, 1969 EXCISION OF GREATER SAPHEMOUS VEIN i NOTION PICTURE, 025 AI, 1%6 CLAI FOR PE, PS OUCL FO E $ DA ELECTRICAL TRAUMA A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF TNE SURGICAL CORRECT POSITIONING OF THE PATIENT FOR PROCEDURE FOR THE REPAIR OF A NAN'S TIBIAL 160M NOTION PICTURE, 013 INI, 1971 SURGERY INVOLVING THE THYROID, GALL NERVE USING SILASTIC CUFFING. CEED FOR PE, PS BLADDER, HYSTERECTOMY, SPLENECTONY, 1IDNEY 01 ADRENAL SYSTEM, GENITOURINARY TRACT, OA IMMEDIATE HOUOGS16ANY OF SHOWS TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH SEVERE RECTUM, W AND EXTREMITIES. SECOND DEGREE BURNS ELECTRICAL BURNS TO THE HANDS AND ARMS DA TRICUSPID VALVE 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 015 NIN, DA SAGGITAL OSTEOTOMY OF THE REPLACLIENT FOLLOWING $LUNT CAED FOR PE, PS MANDIBLE TRAUMA BURN CASES AT BROOKE ARMY MEDICAL CEATER 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, i MOTION PICTURE, 021 MIN, 1968 ILLUSTRATE THE COSMETIC AND PHYSIOLOGIC CLEAUED FOR PE, TV, OS UHCL clodd FOR PE, PS DENEiITS OF IMMEDIATE DEBIIDEMENT AND HOMOGRAFTING OF INVOLVED AREAS. DEMONSTRATES THIS PROCEDURE FOR CORRECTING A CLINICAL DENONSTRATION OF THE DIAGNOSTIC CLASS II AND I1I 1 ALOCCLUSIONS. COMPARES EVALUATION AND SURGICAL CORRECTION OF DA ANTERIOR COUiINICATING PRE- AND POSTOPERATIVE X.RAYS AND FACIAL TxICUSPID INSUFFICIENCY AS PERFORMED OH A ARTERY ANEURYSMS: TIHE GYRUS VIREWS. 30 ANY YEAR HWSITAL. OLD MALE PATIENT AT THE WALTER REED 1i, TIRPTUE02BN]7 RECTUS APPROACH DA ARTERIAL INJURY BY HIGH AMY HSPITL.A T161M NOTION PICTURE, 022 KNI, 1971 AND LOW VELOCITY MISSILES DA MISSION DUSTOFF CLEAD FOR PE, PS 16E NOTION PICTURE 008 NIH, MM NOTION PICTURE, 01211, 1S69 DESCRIBES THE PROCEDURES FOR OPERATING ON CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS CLEAE FOR PE, PS AN ANEURYSM OF THE ANTERIOR COMIUNICATING ARTERY BY WAY OF AN INCISION IN THE GYRUS DOCUMENTS A SERIES OF EXPERIHENTS ON DEPICTS THE ROLE OF THE HELICOPTER RECTUS. ANIMALS TO VISUALIZE THE BALLISTIC BEHAVIOR -AMBULANCE AND I TS CREW 11 EVACUATING OF MISSILES IN TISSUE, AND THE SEQUENCE OF BATTLEFIELD Sl~liifNOTION CASUALTIES IN VIETNAM OA PICTURE, OCULAR 005 PARACENTESIS 11N, 1971ADAMAGE CAUSED TO ARTERIES. 2596O-A MANAGEMENT OF THIRD 16MM FNO PE, P 0 25,U2-DOA THOUSAND VICTORIES, A DEGREE $URNS IN A NEWUORNI CEFR 160 NOTION PICTURE 017 NIH 1973, 160M NOTION PICTURE, , 1969 DESCRIBES THE MICROPARACENTESiS NEEDLE AND CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS CaED FOR PE, PS DEMONSTRATES ITS USE IN REMOVING AQUEOUS DOCUMENTS THE DAILY LIFE OF YOUNG MICHAEL FLUID FROM THE EYE. DCLESF BORN, ITHOU HAND AS CHEA * A CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE SANAGENENT RADCLIFF, BORN VITHOUT HANDS, AS HE ADAPTS OF THIRD DEGREE BURNS OF THE GENITALIA AND DA READING TYE BLOOO TO THE USE OF HIS SURGICALLY-SEPARATED LOWER EXTREIiT:ES SUFFERED BY A MALE INFANT PRESSURE MANIIETER FORERI BONES TO LEAD A NORVAL LIFE. 1` C *. * S * *. - * o * *. - * - * * -...

211 i _.,,[." DOD C-4 ORTHOPEDIC EXERCISES WITH SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: AIR TRANSPORTABILITY OF DA MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT TO FULL SCALE 11OBILITY TESTS UNDER THE CH-47 CHINOOK HELICOPTER; DEVELOPMENT "OUNDS ABDOMINAL WOUNDS SIMULATED GAME CONDITIONS. OF A MOBILE ION EXCHANGE UNIT, A WATER., otion PICTURE, 015 KIN, 1973 DEMINERALIATION AND RAD IOI SOTOPE REMOVAL CLEAAED FOR PE, TI'V, ' DA INJURY PREVENTION FOR THE SYSTEM DESIGNED TO DECONTAMINATE AND SOFTEN ATHLETE WATER; INTENSIFIED TYPE 11 CONFIRMATORY DEMONSTRATES PROCEDURES IN TRIAGE AND IN 16, NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, 1974 TESTS OF THE N-ID2 HOWITZER, REPLACING THE SURGERY UNDER COMBAT CONDITIONS; STRESSES CLEARED FOR PE, TV, is,-ioiai; TILT-BED TRAILER. IMPROVED ROUGH COMPLETE EXPLORATION OF ABDOMINAL ORGANS TO TERRAIN FORKLIFT, 20-TON ROUGH TERRAIN DETECT HIDDEN INJURIES. DEPICTS VARIOUS TYPES OF INJURIES SUSTAINED CRANE, TRUCK AND TRAILER MOUNTED A-FRAMES BY ATHLETES OF VARIOUS SPORTS AND TO SPEED UP TRANSPORT OF CONEX CONTAINERS DA MANAGEMENT OF COIBAT DEMONSTRATES TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN SMW, MOTION PICTURE.... _. IOUNDS - THORACIC INJURIES TECHNIQUES DEVELOPED AT WEST POINT, N.Y. EIAE FOTIOR PICTURE TV,0 I, DA UNITED STATES ARMY. : - CLEED FOR PE, TV, PS DA ARMY RESEARCH AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT FILM REPORT PROGRESS REPORT MUMBER TWO DEMONSTRATES TREATMENT OF CHEST WOUNDS AT NUMBER 32 - U.S. ARMY R&D AT THE FIELD SURGICAL HOSPITAL, SHOWING NATICK LABORATORIES 1611 NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1961 INDICATIONS FOR THORACOSTONY OR FOR LIMITED 160 NOTION PICTURE 023 MIH, 1968 CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL N EORFORIAL THORACOTOMY, AND POSTOPERATIVE CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL PORTRAYS THE SIGNIFICANT ROLE OF MANAGEMENT. MAINTAINING THE ARMY'S READINESS POSTURE IN DEPICTS ITEMS UNDER DEVELOPMENT AT NATICK THE FACE OF NEW TACTICAL CONCEPTS. COVERS DA PREPROSTHETIC SURGERY LABORATORIES, INCLUDING LIGHTWEIGHT THE FIVE TON LARC, BEACH DISCHARGE LIGHTER, 16, NOTION PICTURE, 020 VIN, 1973 INDIVIDUAL COMBAT CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT, AN/MSQ.1U BATTALION MISSILE OPERATIONS CLEAAED FOR PE, PS TROPICAL COMBAT BOOTS, FLAME RETARDANT B-UTANK, MIS3 ONEL ARIER, -"SYSEM UNIFORM, CERAMIC FIBERGLASS BODY ARMOR, SYSTEM, SIN- L-I TANK, 3 PERSONNEL CARRIER, DEMONSTRATES REPAIR OF LABIAL MAXILLARY AND LONG RANGE PATROL FOOD PACKET, LIGHTWEIGHT INTESTINAL BIOPSY CAPSULE, UNIVERSAL MANDIBULAR VESTIBULE, REMOVAL OF SOFT INSULATED SHIPPING CONTAINER, AND BALLISTIC TANKER, MOHAT K AIRPLANE, AND FM COMBATE TISSUE, AND SKIN GRAFTS OVER THE DENTURE' RESERVE PARACHUTE. RADIOS. BEARING RIDGES OF THE GUNS. RADIOS, DA PREPROSTHETIC SURGERY DA RESEARCH AN DEVELOPMENT DA UNITED STATES ARMY FILM REPORT NUMBER 34 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 160 NOTION PICTURE 013 MIN,17SEIGTEUSELEREACANDVLOMT CLEAIED FOR PE, TV, 0,973 SEEING THE UNSEEABLE PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER THREE 1EUNCI NOTION PICTURE 030 WIN, OTION PICTURE, 031 MIN, 1961 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, 16MM MOT PE, 031 H, 1951 DEMONSTRATES EXTENSION OF THE VESTIBULE, HISTORICAL CLEAED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL UNC REDUCED BY A HIGH.VELOCITY MISSILE WOUND. AND A PALATAL MUCOSA GRAFT TO IMPROVE THE DESCRIBES ADVANCES IN THE FIELD OF PHOTO FILM REPORTS ON FEATURES, CAPABILITIES AND DENTURE-BEARING SURFACE OF THE LOWER GUMI. INSTRUMENTATION AND THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF USE OF FOLLOWING DEFENSE SYSTEMS: COURIER PREPROSTHETIC SURGERY SCIENCE ORIENTED PHOTOGRAPHY IN GATHERING COMMUNICATION SATELLITE, SERGEANT MISSILE 25998DA SUSCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DATA FOR SYSTEM, FLYING SCOOTER, DOUGHNUT AND AIR 163 MOTIONPICTURE 011WIN, 1973 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS, BOTH IN CAR, AND THE PERSHING AND HERCULES MISSILES CLEARED FOR PE, TV, OS MILITARY AND NON-MILITARY AREAS. HIGHLIGHTS IN COImPARISON WITH CORPORAL MISSILES. ALSO DEMONSTRATES REPAIR OF DEGENERATION OF THE OUTSTANDING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS USED IN SHOWN ARE INDIVIDUAL CHEMICAL WARFARE MANDIBULAR ALVEOLAR RIDCE BY RESECTION OF STUDIES RELATING TO MUNITIONS, BALLISTICS PROTECTION. THE N-OH RECOVERY VEHICLE,, T- THE LESION AND GRAFTING OF PALATAL MUCOSA ROCKETRY, SPACE VEHICLES, NUCLEAR EFFECTS: 116 AMPHIBIOUS CARGO CARRIER, AND THE OCEANOGRAPHY, MEDICINE, AGRICULTURE, AND AN/USD-5 UNMANNED AIRBORNE SURVEILLANCE p IN THE DENTURE-BEARING REGION. INDUSTRY. SYSTEMN DA VERMILIONECTORY DA RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT DA UNITED STATES ARMY 16i0 OTION PICTURE, 007 WIN, 1973 FILM REPORT NO. 4B - PROGRESS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CLEARED FOR PE, PS IN SPECIALIZED CLOTHING AND PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER FOUR DEMONSTRATES CORRECTION OF A RECURRING FIELD RATIONS 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1962 LESION, DIAGNOSED AS BENIGN KERATOSIS. OR 160 NOTION PICTURE, 029 PIN, 1973 CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL SOLAR KELOSIS, BY EXCISION OF THE L IP CLEAkED FOR PE, PS PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY, ON A MIIILI TARY MUCOSA. CITES DEVELOPMENTS IN SPECIALIZED CLOTHING INSPECTION TOUR, SPEAKS ON THE URGENT DA GROWTH AND CHANGE THROUGH ICLUDING HELMETS, UNIFORMS, BODY ARMOR, UNITED STATES REQUIREMENT FOR SUPERIOR PROJECT CAM - PART I FLAME-RETARDANT CLOTHING, GLOVES AND MILITARY CAPABILITY. DESCRIBES THE NIKE. 160 MOTION PICTURE 018 NIH, 1974 FOOTWEAR. ALSO, SHOWS RESEARCH INTO FREEZE- ZEUS AND DAVY CROCKETT MISSILES, HALO CLEARED FOR PE, ITV, PS DRIED AND COMPRESSED FOODS AND NEW PARACHUTE, T-IS LARC, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, PACKAGING TECHNIQUES FOR RATIONS ONM GRENADE LAUNCHER, SMALL ROCKET THIS TWO-PART FILM DISCUSSES THE PROBLEIs LIFT DEVICE, HU-I IROQUOIS HELICOPTER, SS- TAND CHALLENGES WHICH CONFRONT THE DOCTOR, DA UNITED STATES ARMY 11 ANTITANK GUIDED MISSILE, AND T-114 NURSE, AND CONSULTANT IN COPING WITH THE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - COMMAND AND RECONNAISSANCE VEHICLE. EMOTIONAL TRAUMA EXPERIENCED BY TERMINAL PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER ONE PATIENTS NOTION PICTURE 028 KIN, DA UNITED STATES ARMY CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DA GROWTH AND CHANGE THROUGH PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER FIVE PROJECT CAM - PART II FEATURES, CAPABILITIES, AND USE OF THE 16MM MOTION PICTURE 025 BIN, 1964 * 16MB MOTION PICTURE 022 BIN, 1974 FOLLOWING ADVANCEMENTS IN WEAPONRY AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, CLEAREO FOR PE, TV, PS EQUIPIENT ARE REPORTED: HONEST JOHN, L: itle HISTORICAL JOHN, AND LACROSSE MISSILES; SP U INCH THIS TWO-.ART FILM DISCUSSES THE PROBLEMS HOWITZERS; ARMORED WRECKER RECOVERY REPORTS ON THE LATEST ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES WHICH CONFRONT THE DOCTOR, VEHICLE; ROLLING FLUID TRANSPORTER; ARMORED HICHLIGHTING DESIGN, APPLICATION, AND "NURSE, AND CONSULTANT IN COPING WITH THE VEHICLE LAUNCHED BRIDGE; CARIBOU AIRCRAFT; OPERATION OF THE UNIVERSAL ENGINEER TRACTOR EMOTIONAL TRAUMA EXPERIENCED BY TERMINAL IROQUOIS HELICOPTER. OUTLINES RESEARCH (CRAWLER, IMAGE PROCESSING BY-THE-NUMBERS, PATIENTS. PROJECTS UNDERWAY ON AIRCRAFT, BOOTS, FIRE M-I1 GUN DIRECTION FIELD ARTILLERY FIGHTING SUIT AND MISSILES. COMPUTER, PLENUM DA WEST POINT WINTER KNEE SQUAD DA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DA UNITED STATES ARMY 16M1 NOTION PICTURE, 017 IN, 1974 PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER TEN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - CLEARED FOR PE 1611 MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1968 PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER SIX - CLEAIED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL CAMP CENTURY THE PROGRESS OF ATHLETES WHO HAVE UNDERGONE OTION PICTURE 032 BIN, 196 KNEE OPERATIONS IS TRACED FROM EARLY SEQUENCES IN THIS REPORT DEAL WITH THE CLEARED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL FM C o

212 LI ITIS IS THE STORY OF TIE CONSTRICTION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOS SPECIALIST TRAhIJ1. 2s13s.OF PAUICUTIN CAlP ICE. AFTER CEITUIT S.. GREENLAND'S AREy ERGINEERS CITY SELECTED HIDER THE TNE 26SeSUDA BULLETIN U.S. ARM M0. 17 SPECIAL - OPERACIO 16 L NOTION FOR P1, PICTURE HISTURICAL OEll N 1949 UMCL * SITE I MAY. tess, NEEDED SUPPLIES WERE AMERICA * DELIVERED TO TNE WORK CARP I A EMEARKABLE 161 NOTIOM PICTURE 015 Bll, 1964 DRAMATIZES THE ORIGIN OF A MEXICAN VOLCANO. LOGISTICAL OPERATION ACROSS THE ICECAP. C d FOR PK, TV, th, PS UICL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CAMP CENTURY IS 10 AN ARCTIC!ESEARCH "CEITER. AIDS AND CONDUCT OF JOINT MILITARY EXERCISE 2S137DOF LOOK TO THE SKIES HELD I1 COLOMBIA, 27 AND 21 NOVEMBER R NOTION PICTURE 01S NIi, GESO-A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARTICIPATING NATIONS INCLUDED BOLIVIA, CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, OS, PIM IESl REPORT NUER SEVEN ECUADOR, PERU, VENEZUELA. AND THE UNITED HISTORICAL S WA FOXlI, PANAMA I STATES. NOBILITY IN THE TROPICS DEFINES MISSION OF TACTICAL AIR COMMAND. 1t, MOTION PICTURE 024 NIl, lO3.OA SPECIAL SULLETIN NO REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, V;DEO TAPE. FDA PIE, TV, tl, PS, am U.S. ARMY NURSES IN KOREA I storical 16W NOTION PICTURE 024 I ilS.OF AIR FORCE STORY, VOL 2, / N CLEA016 FUR PE, TV, th, PS CHAPTER 2.- MEETING THE / EVALUATES TWE NOBILITY OF MILITARY VEICES OF FO, #S RCES AID CHALLENGE IN TNE TROPICS UlDER SWAIP FOX II, ACTIVITIES OF FOUR ROISES IN KOREA 16, NOTION PICTURE 014 Nil 1959 CONDUCTED IN TNE GRASSLANDS, TROPICAL UNDERSCORE SCOPE AND MIEEFITS OF NURSING CLEAAED FOR PE TV, th, PS, ' FOREST, AND RIVER REGIONS OF PANAMA, ASSIGNMENTS II A FOREIGN COUNTRY. HISTORICAL MILITARY AND CIVILIAN IESEARCH TEARS PARTICIPATED IN THIS FOUR PHASE TEST DA SPECIAL BULLETIN NO COVERS PRELIMINARY EVENTS LEADING UP TO EXERCISE, USING INEELED, TRACKED, AND SPECIAL FORCES TRAINING IR KOREAN MAR, COMMUNIST INVASION OF SOUTH " ",AWNIIOUSVEHICLES. THILANO KOREA AND THE ROLE OF U.S. AIR POWER IN 160 MOTION PICTURE 009 Al STEEMING COMIUNIST AGGRESSION IN SOUTH DA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CFlMED FOR P1, TV., TI, PS KOREA. PROGRESS REPORT NUISSER EIGHT THE ARNY FIELD RADIO OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF S.,ECIAL FORCES REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CONVERSION PROGRAM TRAINING 1I THAILAND - ROLE OF US. ARMY IN 21 3N.DF AIR FORCE STORY, THE 16."MOTION PICT2RE 23 Ill, 1965 DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE THAI SPECIAL FORCES. THE BEGINNING "E T P 2IOR.DA U.S. AMY SP CIAL NW MOTION PICTURE 015 MIN I053 BULLETIN NO. I-OPERATION SEA CLEA ED FOR PI, TV, th, FS, UICL DESCRIBES THE DEVELOP.tNT AND APPLICATION SIALLOW- VIET-1A0 HISTORICAL OF TWO NEW RADIO SYSTEMS, THE AN/VRC.12 ARD 160 MOTION PICTURE 016 Ill, 1963 TRACES DEVELOPMENT OF AIRPOWER THROUGH THE AN/VRC.25, WHICH WERE ADOPTED BY THE CLEA[Ed FOR PE, TV., TH, PS PIONEERS ORVILLE AND WILBUR WRIGHT, HAP ANY TO MEET CHANGING TACTICAL.IEQUIREENTS. INSTITUTED BY AMC IN 192. MILITARY AND CIVIC ACTION IN THE ARNOLO ANO BILLY MITCHELL. ""THe ARMY FIELD RADIO CONVERSION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROVINCE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTEO IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. * BEGAN WITH THE 7TH ARMY IN USAREUR. REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN SOUTH VIETNAM TO Of AiR FORCE STORY, THE ANID FOLLOWING MAINITENANCE A TRAINING OF THE PROGRAM NEIn E ON UiPRENT, OPERATION THE DEFEAT CIIIINIST INFILTRATION. AFTER AFE THE WAR, R, T MNE RADIOS WINE ISSUED TO INFANTRY, DA MILITARY ASSISTANCE 16R MOTION PICTURE 014 $IN 1953 ARTILLERY, AND ARMOR UNITS, REPLACING THE TRAINING ADVISOR COURSE IN CIIAAEO FOR PTV, fmt, PS, I AN/GRC 3 THIOCGN AN/GRC I SERIES. ACTION, THE HISTORICAL 16W MOTION PICTURE, 023 Ill, S067D.A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPIENT CLEAAED FOR PE DRASTIC CUT IN ARMY AIR SERVICE; KEEN PROGRESS REPORT NUMIER NINE INTEREST OF MITCHFLL, BRERETON AND ARNOLD DELONG PIERS TRAINING OF SPECIALIST AT FORT BRAGG 1K IN AIR POWER; FIRST AIR MAIL FLIGHT BY EX. I=, MOTION PICTURE 012? IM, 1967 PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATION, SURVIVAL, ARMY PILOTS; SKILL OF HAWKES' DARE DEVILS; *. d FOR PE, NISTINICAL ' WEAPONRY, TACTICS, COnMUNICATIONS, AND STUDY OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY; IMPROVEMENTS c:, VIETNAMESE LANGUAGE TO COMBAT VIET CONG IN IN PARACHUTES; TRAINING OF AVIATION CADETS; THIS IS THE STORY OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND SOUTH VIETNAM. AND FAMOUS BOMB RUN OF GENERAL MITCHELL. INSTALLATION OF DELONG INI VIETNIAM, PIERS TO RELIEVE!i THE FALL THE 2S133.OF EARTNQUAKIIS, TREMARKS: THE ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 inch, VIDEO TAPE SLOGISTICAL PROBLEM OF 1965, THE PIER WAS OPERATIONAL AND CARiO 1Il MOTION PICTURE 020 Ill, OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE DISCHARGE ACTIVITIES AT CAM RANH BAY WERE CLLAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UXCL STRUGGLE FOR RECOGNITION, MARKECLY IN:REASED. SUBSEQUENTLY, HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITIONAL OELONG PIERS WAS 160 NOTION PICTURE 014 INk 1953 CONTIACTED TO A JAPANESE SHIPBUILDING PRESENTS THE STORY OF TVE 12TH BOMB GROUP CtEAREJ FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, COMPANY. AS OF JANUARY 1967, A TOTAL OF 10 OF THE 9THAIR FORCE ARo ITS ROLE IN THE HISTORICAL * DELONG PIERS ARE OPERATIONAL 1I VARIOUS ARll CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE GERMAN ARMY IN PARTS OF VIETNAM AND IN THAILAND, ALLORING NORTH AFRICA DURING WORLD WAR II. PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR ROUND.THE.NORLD FLIGHTS; FOR THE DISCHARGE OF APPROXIMATELY 60,000 REMARK: ALSO DISTRIMUTED 113/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CONSTRUCTION OF FIRST HEAVY BOMBER; -TONS OF CARO PER DAY. ACTIVATION OF WRIGHT FIELD; FIRST NON.STOP 2T134.DF MIiW111S BELLIE FLIGHT TO HAWAII; LINO8ERGH'S ATLANTIC 2SU0l-DA MOST REWARDING LAW, TYPE 1 MOloTION PICTURE 042 Ill 1946 FLIGHT; CONTRIBUTIONS OF WILEY POST, MILL 16i MOTION PICTURE 030 WIN, 1960 CLEAAE FOR PE1, TV, tit, PS. UCL ROGERS, AND AMELIA EARHART TO AIR POWER; FDA PP, T, rs, UNC MCI. HISTORICAL AND SUCCESS OF AER:AL REFUELING AND COLD REATHER FLIGHTESTS. TELLS THE STORY OF THE 1-.7, THE FLYIRG REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE, BENEFITS OF A CAREER IN JUDGE ADVOCATE FORTRESS. GENERAL'$ CORPS - PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED It 3/4 INC, VIDEO TAPE OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE ADVANCED STUDY 1N THE LAW, TRIAVEL AND BETWEEN WARS, CITY.$.DF TARGET FON TODAY 16 MOTION PICTURE 013 BIN, 1953 REMARKS: (FOR USE IN 1ECIIUITING JUDGE YOUNG LAWYERS INTO 16W ADVOCATE LOTION PICTURE 05R. GENERALS 945 CLEAAED FOR P1, CORPS) TV, th, PS, CLEAAD FOR PE, TV, 11I, PS, "UCL HISTORICAL HISTORICAL DA YOUR STAKE IN TOMORROW DEDICATION OF RANDOLPH FIELD; THIRD ATTACK "16W MOTION PICTURE, 020 Ili, 1965 SHOWS HOW THE EIGHTN AIR FORCE, IN GROUP'S TECHNIQUS FOR PLANE DESTRUCTION ON "",ICL COOPERATION WITH THE ROYAL All FORCE AND GROUND; JAPAN'S ATTACK OH MANCVUjIA; OTitER INTERESTZD ACTIVITIES, REDUCED GERIAN HITLER'S GROWING MILITARY STRENGTH, AAF'S. ENCOURAGES HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES TO ENLIST IINDUSTRIAL MIGHT TO RUBILE DURING RIII. AIR NAIL AND mercy MISSIONS; ARCTIC FLYING IN AIRY FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT. CITES REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCN, VIDEO TAPE. FOR THE B-1U: AND BEGINNI4G OF WEST POINT'S C-H ' ),,...",*- r,...-.'.*~,d*.* *....,-,o*.. o. *. *o.*.o% o. ' o. o Oo* *. -*. o o...,.. -'.o... oo. *.o

213 "/~ DeD C-4 FLIGNTRAINING. JAPANESE AiloRAFT. 10U MOTIM PICTURE 014 MIN, 1953 "ROIKM: ALSO DISTRIIJTED IN 3/4 INI, VIDOO TAPE. ROMABl: ALSO DISTI1BUTED IN 3/4 ION, VIDEO TAPE. CL.ARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ~ I, ISTOR ICAL "16143-OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE - "AIR POW I ADVANCES, NORTH AFRICA, NOVEMBER TWELFTH AIR FORCE BLASTS NAZI, ITALIAN "-"1 ". BI, E T IC 3 P = E KTU , 1953 BAY 1943 STRONGHOLDS; OPERATION STRANGLE* E S A CUTS H D FOR PE,'T, t, PS, 160 MOTION PICTURE 0141I1, 1953 ENEMY SUPPLY LINES; GUSTAVE LNE SMASHED; H ISTORICAL CLELT.D FOR P, TV, TH, PS, UCL ROAD TO OME OPENED. "HISTORICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HICKAN FIELD ACTIVATED; BOVIERS DIVERT LAVA "FRO# CITY; PT BOMBERS FIGHT FLOOD DISASTER; ALLIED TAý% FORCE INVADES NORTH AFRICA; OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE JAFAN AT WAR WI1TH CHINA; HOEING BUILDS B- ALLIED ARMIES BOG DOWN IN RAIN AND IUD; PRELUDE TO INVASION, JANUARY. 17. ROUiEL'S AFRIKA KORPS ATTACKED; ALLIED JUNE FIARIS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1I 3/4 16CH, VIDEO TAPE. RESI STANCE ST I FFENS AT KASSERI ME PASS; -511 MOTION PICTURE 014 MIN, 1953 GERMAN ESCAPE FOILED; ALLIED FORCES SWEEP CLEA Ek FOR PE, TV, th, PS, OF All FORCE STORY, THE. PAST El ALAMEIN TO TUNIS. HISTORICAL PRELJODE TO WAR, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. Il, NOTION PICTURE 014 WIN, 1953 GERMAN AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION PHENOMENAL; OlEd FOR PE, TV, tn, PS, F AIR FORCE STORY, THE - BATTLE TO INI EUROPEAN SKIES BEGINSM "BIG " ISTORiICAL GLOBAL OPERATIONS, 1943 WEEK' OPERATIONS RESULT IN HEAVIEST AIR 1611, OTION PICTURE 014 IIN, 1953 ASSAULT IN WARFARE HISTORY; BERLIN BOMBED. RECORDS EVENTS BEFORE WORLD WAR II; CLEADE FOR PE, TV, in, PS, REUR( ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HITLER'S ROLE IN AIR POWER; H-I7'S' GOOD HISTORICAL WILL TOUR OF SOUTH AMERICA; AIR CORPS IN 2613T OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE MOCK ATTACK; HAP ARNOLD, CHIEF OF AiR NAZIS INCREASE U.BOAT FLEET; PLANS MADE AT O-OAY, JUNi 1944 CORPS; HITLER'S VICTORY AT MUNICH; AND CASABLANCA TO DESTROY ENEMY SUBS; U.BOAT 161, 1OION PICTURE 013 MIN, 1953 INTENSIVE TRAINING OF U.S. ARMY PILOTS. THREAT CONES ONDER CONTROL; VITAL SUPPLIES CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AIRLIFTED OVER HIMALAYAS; FIGHTERS PROTECT HISTORICAL NORTHERN APPROACH TO AMERICA; SOLOMON OF AIR FORCE SICRY, THE - ISLA. O CAMPAIGN SUCCESSFOL. GEM. EISENHOWER ADDRESSES TROCPS IN THE AIR WAR STARTS, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SOUTHERN ENGLAND; THE *BIG SHOU" BEGINS; 16, NOTION PICTURE 014 $IN, 1953 AIRBORNE TROOPS DROPPED BEHIND ENEMY LINES; CLEAkED FOR PIE, TV, to, PS, OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE - '- SUPPORT AIRCRAFT DROP EVERYTHING FROM HISTORICAL EXPANOIN'4 AIR POWER, JUNE HOWITZERS TO MOTORCYCLES; BOMBERS BLAST HITRCL1943 BRIDGES AND SUPOLY LINES; SEA FORCES GERMANY ATTACKS POLAND; PRESIOEPT ROOSEVELT 1611, OTION PICTURE 014 NIN 1953 BOMBARD ENEMY FORTIFICATIONS ON FRENCH PROCLAIMS NATIONAL EMERGENCY; '.IRCRAFT CLEARED FOR PI, TV, N, PS, ' JNCL COAST; BRITISH AND SECOND ARMY SWARM OVER PRODUCTION STEPPED UP; BRITAIN WITHSTANDS HISTORICAL COAST AT OMAH AND UTAH BEACHES; GERMAN LUFTW, TFE'S ATTACKS; USA TRADES BRITAIN NEST WALL BROKEN. "DESTROYERS FOR KEY POSITIONS THROUGHOUT CADET TRAINING AT TYNDALL FIELD; OFFICERS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE, WORLD; JAPAN ATTACKS PEARL HARBOR. SELECTED FROM RANKS; CAPITULATION OF REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PANTFLLERIA THAT BECOMES ALLIED AIR BASE DF AIR FORCE STORY, THE - -. RE'T.',RKS: ALS OISTIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PLOEtTI, MARCH-AUGUST OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE. -611, 1 NOTION PICTURE. 014 MIN, 1953 THE DRAWING OF THE BATTLE OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE.- CLEARED FOR PI, TV, TH, PS, LINES, DECEMBER 1141-APRIL ;CHWEINFURT AND REGENSBURG, HISTORICAL 1942 AUGUST R, OTION PICTURE uils IW, NOTION PICTURE 014 O IN, 1953 FIRST ATTACK ON PLOESTI OIL REFINERIES CLEARED FOR PE. TV, th, PS, CLEAkEO FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UCNL INEFFECTIVE; SECOND PLOESTI ATTACK HISTORICAL HISTORICAL SUCCESSFUL; RUMANIA SURRENDERS; PRISONERS OF WAR RESCUED. AMERICA FIELD LOST; UNPREPARED GEN CPEMMAULT'S FOR PEARL FLYING HARBOR; TIGERS CLAR% EIGNTM SMASH HOWBER THE NESSERSCHNITT COMlAMO'S FLYING FACTORY FORTRESSES AT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HELP CHECK JAPANESE; AND COL DOOLITTLE'S REGENSBURG AND BALL BEARING PLANTS AT 2i159.DF AIR FORCE STORY, THE.. "FORCE LAUNCHES FIRST AIR ATTACK AGAINST SCHWEINFURT. $UPERFORT, AUGUST 1943-JUNE JAPAR. REIIANS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE REMARKS: ALSO DISTR1BUTED IN 3/4 I VIDEO TAPE. 116M1 OTION PICTURE, 014 MIN, 1953 :L U /NS-OF AIR ORCE STORY, THE. CLEARED FOR PE, V.TV, TH, PS, OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE TWO YEARS OF WAR, SEPTEMBER- HISTORICAL THE AAF FIGHTS BACK, APRIL. DECEMBER 1943 JULY m MOTION PICTURE 014 VIN, PRODUCTION CN INCLINE; AIRPORTS AND "1611 MOTION PICTURE 014 BIN, 1953 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS, LANDING STRIPS BUILT IN CHINA; SUPERFORTS "C[.R FOR PI, TV, th, PS, HISTORICAL ARRIVE IN CHINA; AND japanese BLITZ GETS HISTORICAL UNDERWAY. SUPPLIES FLOWN TO GEN. STI LLWELL'S ARMY IN REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AXIS ARNIES HOPE TO BEET IN ASIA; U.S. BURMA JUNGLE: CASUALTIES AIR EVACUATED' "INDUSTRY QUADRUPLES PRODUCIION; FIFTH AIR FORCE SET TO SMASH JAPANESE IN F AIR FORCE STORY, THE -. PARATROOPERS TRAINED; AIR TRANSPORT CCIANMO NEW GUINEA; JAPANESE NAVAL FORCES KNOCKED VICTORY IN EUROPE, JUNE ESTABLISHED; AIRPLANE PROVES EFFECTIVENESS OUT AT SIMnON HARBOR. MAY 1945 "IN BATTLE OF MIDWAY. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 160 MOTION PICTURE 014 NIH, 1953 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IACH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, t4, PS, "26154-OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE - -- HISTORICAL OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE. I MAXIMUM EFFORT, OCTOBER 1943 "THE TIDE TURNS, JUNE-DECEMIER 161, MOTION PICTURE O1 NIH, 1953 INVASION OF EUROPE PROGRESSES; GERMANS 1942 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, to, PS, RALLY BRIEFLY; PATTON'S ARMORED COLUMN 16 TION PI CTURE 014 BIN, 1953 HISTORICAL MClOVES ACROSS IRANCE; ALLIES PURSUE ENEMY; CLEANFOR PE, TV, t,0ps, LUFTWAFFE INCREASES BUT EIGHTH AIR FORCE "CLEMED to, EIGHTH AIR FORCE ATTACKS GERMAN SHIPYARDS DELIVERS KNOCKOUT PUNCH; GEN SPAATZ STATES AND AIRCRAFT PLANTS DAILY; GROVING U.S. AIR AIR POWER 4ARGIN OF SUCCESS AT BERLIN "7TH BOMBER GROUP EMBARKS FOR ENGLAND; I- FORCE HITS TARGETS WITH IAUiMUi RESULTS. SURRENDER. 17'S: SHOW INITIATE HIGH ALTITUDE PRECISION REIM S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. REMARKS: ALSO D:STRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DAYLIGHT PJMBING MISSION; JAPANESE START CLOSING IN ON U.S. ARtY IN NEW GUINEA; OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE F AIR FORCE STORY, THE.. ATC'S TROOPS AND MATERIEL HELP BUILD ROAD TO ROME, SEPTEMBER RETREAT AND ADVANCE, JUNE RUNWAYS NEAR THE FRONT; P.-3'S DOWN JUNE MARCH 1945 "...'..O'o, FI C-57

214 IM 95 iu 01TIoN PICTURE 013 i1,1 AE1ONEDCAL EXPERIMENTS SNOW EFjCTS OF CCOTIOg PICTURE, 021 film, 1959 DFOR PE. TV. ti, Pam ROCKET TRAVEL O2 MONKEYS AN, NICE. HISTORICAL IBCRURS: ALSO DISTRIMMTE 1N 3/4 1i1C1. VIJEO TAPE. GEM. CIERNAULT AND MIS 'FLYING TIGERS' HIGHLIGHTS VARIOUS QUALITY CONTROL CONTINUE FIGHTING ALONG A CHINESE FRONT; 25174UF WE SAW IT NAPIPEN OPERATIONS IN DEPOTS, INDUSTRIAL PLANIS AND "THE 14TH, 5TI, 7TH AND 13TH AIR FORCES 160 IOTION PICTURE 058,INH 1954 AIR COMMANDS. ALSO SHOWS HOW TEAMiORX HELPS REDUCE ENEMY PACIFIC STRONGHOLDS CLOSE TO CA FOR PC, TV, historical UiCL MAINTAIN PERFECTION IN AIRCRAFT AND MISSILE PHILIPPINtS; LEYTE AID LUZON FALL; CONPOHENTS. CORREGIDOR AGAIN IN ALLIED HANDSS. TRACES PROGRESS OF AVIATION FRO# WRIGHT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. " RlEMAKS: ALSO DISTRIMU IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPi. NTHERS TO iodern TIRES.. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED OF 1I AIR F 'RCE 3/4 INCH, STORY, THE VIDEO.16, TAPE OF ARCTIC AIRLIFT OTIO PICTURE 011 NiH 1959 AIR WAR AUA.4iNST JAPAN, OF QUALITY CONTROL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, K MOTI1N PICTURE 025 MIN, 1955 HISTORICAL "'" 156, MOTIOR PICTURE , A953 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS, CA FOR Pf, TV, Th, PSI, 'U HISTORICAL DOPICTS ARDUOUS TRAINING NECESSARY TO KEEP HISTORICAL THE MILITARY AIRLIFT COMM0A. PLANES AHD PORTRAYS AIR FORCE RESPONSIBILITIES '*? CREWS 3-29'S LAND ON SAIPAN; GEARED GEN LEMAY TAKES RELATIVE TO TO THEIR QUALITY CONTROL FUNCTIONS. MISSION IN WARIIIE SUPPORT OF SAC ACTIMITIES AIRLIFT IN THE "COMMAND AND PREPARES A 8-29 OFFENSIVE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INC, VIODO TAPE. ARCTIC. SHOWS HOW MtC COPIIUCTS THIS * AGAINST JAPAN; TO)KYO BOMM1ED NIGHT AND DAY; TRAINING AT A SUBSTANTIAL SAYiNG TO THE ATOM $ORNS OROPPPED ON HIROSHIMA AND OF AIR PROVING GROINl TAXPAYER. NAGASAK ; JAPAN SURRENOERS. COMANO * REMARLS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 160 MOTION PICTURE 013 i1, 1957 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CIL FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, OF ANYTIVE ANYTHING i OF AIR FORCE STORY, THE.- HISTORICAL ANYPLACE A NEW AIR FORCE, O ANIH, ROTION PICTURED lotion PICTURE , 1959 DEFINES ISSION OF AIR PROVING GROOUN CLEARED FOR PE, TV, T0, VI, 6 FOR PE, TV, tn, PS, UKL COMANO, EGLIN AFB, FLORIDA. HISTORICAL HISTORICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1iNH, VIDEO TAPE. DOCUMENTS ROLE OF THE IIlLITARY AIRLIFT SIGNING OF UNITED NATIONS CHARTER; BIG 1,UT 26229'OF AIRI FORCE SCRAP BOOK COMMAND IN ACCOMPLISHING THE DEPARTMENT OF 1I AIR FORCE'S WARTIME STRENGTH; NONS(OP 161 NOTION PICTURE, 029 RiJ 1957 DEFENSE AIRLIFT MISSION. FLIGHT OF SL'PERFORTRESS PACUSAN TG EGYPT; CLE.AD FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. * SLOW CONVERSION TO JETS; AUTONOMY FOR THE AIR FOICE; AND DEBUT OF F-HG. DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN AlI POWER FROM OF INTERCEPT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THROUGH 50 YEARS OF PROGRESS. 16K MOTION PICTURE 010 NIH 1959 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEAIED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, OF AIR FORCE STORY, Tel E.. HISTORICAL COLD WAN, OF DEW LINE,oTION PICTURE 01411iN MOTION PICTURE 056 NIN, 1957 HIGHLIGHTS THE COMPUTER PHASE OF THE SAGE. CL.AAED FOR PE, TV, tm. PS, I C[.LRED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UNCIL BOMARC PROGRAM FROM INITIAL PLANNING TO * HISTORICAL HISTORICAL INTEGRATION OF BONARC INTO THE SAGE SYSTEM, RUSSIA'S ATTEMPT TO BLOCKADE WEST BERLIN TELLS THE STORY OF DEW LINE, A NITWCRK OF OF WIDEST HORIZON, THE FUTILE; LARGEST PEACETIME AIRLIFT BY RADAR OUTPOSTS STRETCHING 3,000 MILES 16MM MOTION PICTURE 02 NIH, 1958 WESTERN POWERS; AND SUCCESS OF.-36, FIRST ACROSS AMERICA'S ARCTIC 9OOFTOP. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, th RITERCONTKIENTALSODSER OF GUAND OF THE SKY -. THE COVERS VARIOUS PROBLEMS S REOMJ$: ALSO WHICH DISTRIBUTED HAN IN 3/ 1.VIDEO HAS TAPElNORAD STORY ENCOUNTERED AND MILL ENCOUNTER IN HIS OF THUNDER FRON THE SKIES 160 NOTION PICTURE SEARCH TO CONQUER THE WIDEST FRONTIER. 160, MOTION PICTURE 014 NMI 1951 CE6A FOR PI, TV, TH, PS, UK.CL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, AISTORICAL HISTORICAL 2$20OF LOGISTIC SUPPORT MANAGEMIENT FOR ADVANCED DESCRIBES ROLE OF THE TACTICAL AIR FORCE PICTURES NORAD, THE NORTH AMERICAN AIR WEAPONS UORING THE KOREAN VAR. O FFENSE COWMAND, AS THIS COUNTRY'S GREATEST 16MM. NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1960 INSURANCE AGAINST THE DEVASTATING EFFECTS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UHCL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1I 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. OF A SNEAK AIR ATTACK. HI 'RICAL "26167-OF AIR POWER AMERICAN REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUITED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE, DEtINES PISSION OF A BALLISTIC MISSILE 16R IOT'ONPICTURE 014 Mif, OF MAINTAINABILITY -. SQUAORON AND SHOWS CONPONENT PARTS OF CLAAE FOR PE, TV, OS, DESIGN FOR LIVING WEAPON SYSTEIS. DISCUSSES ROLE OF LOGISTIC -HISTORICAL 1 N MOTION PICTURE 019 1iN, 1959 SUPPORT MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLYING PROMPT AND TRACES AIR POWER FROM KITTY HAWK THROUGH CLAAED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL ACCURATE DATA, OF ELECTRONIC DATA WORLD WAR II. ALSO REVIEWS HISTORY Of THE PROCESSING CENTER, AND PROCEDURES IN "AIR SAI FOCE FORCE FROM ideitsliieptok INCEPTION AS S A ASEPRAT SEPARATE SSTES $STEiiS MUST OUR 8E ASInGNED DESIGNIED FORl UINMANPD R SIMPLE, EAPON QUICK IAMAAGEMENT REMIARKS: ALSO BY DISTRIBUTED EXCEPTION. IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE, MI1LITARY SERVICE. EXPLAINS ACTIVITIES OF AND ECONOMICAL NAINTENANCE AS WELl AS HIGH EACH AIR FORCE COKiAJI, PERFORMANCE TO INSURE A COMBAT READY AIR F POWER FOR BOMAIC REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIMUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FORCE. 1ii MOTION PICTURE 014 MiN OF ALLIANCE FOR PEACE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLE.AIED FOR PE, TV, th. 160 MOTION PICTURE 040 MI N23$-OF ROAD TO THE STAR$ HISTORICAL 016 FOR P. TIV, AISTORICA UNL 160 NOTION PICTURE 027 1iN 1951 THIS IS THE STORY BEHINO THE BONARC REVIEWS GEOGRAPHICAL EXPANSION AND TREATY CLEAE FOR PC, TV, AISTORICAL MISSILE'S UNI UE RAMJET POWER PLANT AND ITS VIOLATIONS BY RUSSIA. DISCUSSES varshall TELLS THE STORY OF MAN'S DREAM TO EXPLORE IMPORA OLE IN AREA DEFENSE. PLAN, OPERATION VITTLES, #RUSSELS' TREATY, THE HEAVENS. TRACES HISTORY OF THE ROCKET OF JUNE WEEK AND NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION. AND ITS USES. VIVIDLY PORTRAYS MILITARY 16M1 MOTION PICTURE 025 WIM, 1960 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1I 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAM. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ROCKET AND ITS ROLE IN CLEAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 'UHCL 2.I70-F ANIMALS IN RIOCKET FLIGHT THE PRESERVATION OF AMERICAN FREEDOM. NISTORICAL 16, MOTION PICTURE 014 #IN OF QUALITY CONTROL.. A RECORDS COLORFUL EVENTS OF US AIR FORCE CERAE FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL UNiCL MANAGEMENT TCOL ACADEMY'S FIRST GRADUATION WEEK. PICTURES F7W.143 c-so 'p....

215 bo l040.2.c-4 THE FACILITIES THAT PROVIDE FOR TNE LOGISTIC SUPPORT, PRECISION TIMING, AND AN 160 NOTION PICTURE 023 I11, 1963 INTELLECTUAL, MORAL ano PHYSICAL GROWTH OF EXTRA MEASURE OF ALL OUT ENERGY. CDLEA FR PE, TV, IN, TIE CADETS. CLOSES VITH GRADUATION HISTORICAL EXERCISES FOR 207 CADETS COIMISSIONED AS DF THINGS TO BE REVEMENED SECOND LIEUTENANTS I THE All FORCE. 1 NOTI(APICTUPE 022 ini 1961 REVIEWS AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND'S REMAMKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 11I, VIDEO TAPE. CL[56kE FOR PE, TV, STOR1CAL BIOASTRONAUTICS LIFE SCIENCES PROGRAM. SHOWS NOV PROFESSIONAL STAFFS CCNDUCT DF rew LINE STORY, THU. TRACES CAREER OF GEN. RATNAA TWININC, OME INTENSIVE RESEAR"4 AND CnGROINATE 1611 NOTION PICTURE 02311N, 1959 OF AMERICA'S F'RIPOST MILITARY FIGURES. OPERATIONAL MEDICAL SUPPORT TO ASSURE NAM'S C5E FOR PE, TV, t, XLc REYIE!t HIS S, ZfTACU-.AR RISE FROM A SAFETY IN 'PACE EXPLORTION. HISTORICAL CORPORAL IN THA OREGON NATIONAL GUARD TO REMS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED HN j/4 IPCH, VIDEO TAPE. CHRAI 5AN OF H1 JOINT CHIEFS 0F STAFF. PORTRAYS THE PLANNING AND CONSTRUICTION OF A IPORTRAYS IS INVALUABLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO OF WORLD 4AR I OVERS.AS IETWORK OF RADAR WARRING STATIONS ACROSS IHN COUNTRY ':;:MG WCRLD WAR II. FLIERS REUNION THE ARCTIC WASTELANDS. 5EFIHES THE PROBLEMS REMARKS: AD.OOISTlUfIEI in 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16'1 NOTION PICTURE 012 HIF, 1962 IN TRANSPORTATION, ENGINEERING ANO SUPPLY C1.AED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ANCL THAT HAD TO BE RESOLVED If A RAC, AGAINST DF ARiORED SKY HISTORICAL TIME AM DISTAICE. 1..J MOTION PICTUJRE, O23 NIH 1960 I527.DF DOIWN TO EARTN CU.EA) FOR PE, TV, HISTORCAL REVIEWS EXPLOITS OF AMERICA'S FIRST FIGHTER PILOT'S AS WOrLD WAR I AIRMEN HOLD FIRST IlS NOTION PICTURE 013 NIk 19i9 SHOES OPERATION OF THE SAGE-BOMARC PROGRAM REUNION AT USAF MUSEUM AT WRIGHT-PAT7ERSON rc.aki FOR PE, TV, AISTORICAL UKI UNDER THE NORTH AMERICAN AIR DEFENSE AFB. FEATURES PRESENTATION OF AWARDS AND COMMAND. DEMONSTRATES TECHNICAL SFUNDOESS EXCERPTS OF SPEECHES. DEALS WITH THE [EEITRY PROBLEM AND RESEARCH AND FLEXIBILITY OF THlE BCARC NISSILE AND REMARKS: AlSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THAT LED TO DEVELOPMENT OF A RECOVERABLE ITS USE IN LONJUNCTION WITH IHE SAGE NOSECONE FOR THE TITAN ICOM. ALSO SHOWS ELECTRONIC SYSTEM DF FORCES IN RESERVE RESEARCH UNDERWAY TO DEVELOP A VEHICLE THAT 161 NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN 1963 WILL BRING NAN SAFELY 0013 TO EARTtI FROM OF RUNWAYS IN THE WILD CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, OJTER SPACE. 16 NOTION PICTURE 014 IR!, 1961 HISTORICat OF ALEUTIAN SKYWATCH CLEb FOR PE, TV, N1 DEPICTS PEACETIME WISSION OF THE AIR lee KOTION PICTURE 026 W!I, 1961 HERE IS A COLORFUL PRESENTATION OF THE AIR RESEPVE FORCES WITH CLOSEUP OF THEIR ROLE CIE IDFORNP, TV, PS, FORCE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION PROGRAM AT AIR IN 1961 BERLIN AND 1962 CUBAN CRISES. HISTORICAL BASES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES. SHOWS OESCRIHES EFFICIENT MOBILIZATION AND WILDLIFE FOOD PLOTS, TREE PLANTING REDEPLOYMENT. TELLS THE STORY OF THE ALEUTIAN OEWLINE, A ACTIVITIES, DAIS FOR WATER CCNSERVATION, REMARKS: AI.ZO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. NETWORK OF RADAR OUTPOSTS STRETCHING ACROSS FIRE PREVENTION PROGRAMS, AND WELL-STOCKED THE ALEUTIAN ISLANOS. SHOWS HOW THESE STREAMS AND LAKES. 2631H3DF EAGLE'S TALON, THE REMOTE BUT STRATEGICALLY IMPORTANT OUTPOSTS REMARKS: ALSO RAW. 161 MOTION PICTURE 026 WIN 1961 TIE INTO OUR EARLY WARNING DEFENSE PERIMETER TO COMPLETE THE 'STEEL RING. 272F A RESCUE SERVICE, THE CLEAED FOR PE, V,, PS, 237F O OF N Al.RESCUE SERVICE, TE 9 HISTORICAL DF OPERATION WORLDWIDE 160 NOTION PICTURE 010 MNI, 1961 WITH MOM CONSIDINE CLFLAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, REPORTS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRESS IN MOTIORPICTURE 024 ix 1959 HIN NISTORICAL PROVIDING PROTECTION AND DETERRENCE AGAINST 16ikd FTOR PTICTURE 024 MIN1959NUCLEAR L WAR. REVIEWS MISSION OF ARMED E FOR E, T, AISTORICOC. DEFINES GLOBAL MISSION OF MILITARY AIRLIFT SERVI'ES AND POINTS OUT NATO'S AND CENTO'S NOB CONSIDINE RECOUNTS IMPORTANT EVENTS IN COMMAND'S AIR RESCUE SERVICE WHICH STANDS PART Io PRESERVING PEACE. HISTORY OF THE MILITARY AIRLIFT COMMAND. READY TO ACT IN EMERGENCIES. TRACES SHOWS ROUND-THE-CLOCK FLIGHTS CARRYING FOOD DEVELOPMENT OF THIS ORGANIZAMION WITH ITS OF CROSSOVER AND SUPPLIES INTO SOVIET.BLOCKADED WEST CONTINUING IMPROVEMENTS IN RESCUE 16, NOTION PICTURE 015 IIN, 1963 BERLIN IN 1940, AIR EVACUATION OF WOUNDED TECHNIQUES. POINTS OUT VALUE OF ARS AS AN CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, 10, PS, UNCIL FROW KOREAN BATTLEFIELDS, AND AIRLIFTING OF INSTR UEMT OF INTERhATIONAL GOOD WILL. HISTOR!CAL TROOPS TO TROUBLED SPOTS DURING MORE RECENT REMARKS: ALS" 3ISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. USAF THUNDERBIRDS THRILL SOUTH AMERICANS EMERENCIES. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE OF RENDEZVOUS NO DEGREES WITH SPE:TACULAR FLYING AND THE SOUTH BREATHTAKING CROSSOVER. DEPICTS SPECTATOR OF CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND 165 MOTION P!CTURE 020 MIM, 1961 REACTION AND NOTES ATTITUDES OF FRIENDSHIP THE LUNAR PROSE CLWERD FOR PE, TV, PS, AN UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE AMERICAS. 160 NOTION PICTURE D 01IM, 1959 HISTORICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IsCH, V!DEO TAPE. CI.F~d O FOR PE, TV ' UICL DEPICTS ROLF OF TME C.130 HERCULES IN OF M1ODERN MANUFACTURING EXPLAINS COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT OF THE SOLAR BLAZING AN UNRESTRICTED SUPPLY LINE TO THE COIAND PERFORMANCE SYSTEM AND POINTS OUT IMPORTANT FACTORS TO SOUTH POE', HEART OF ANTARCTICA. PICTURES 161 NOTION PICTURE 033 WIN 1963 RE CONSIDERED IN COMPUTING A LUNAR PROBE. SOME OF THE RESEARCH BEING CONDUCTED THERE CLE..ED FOR PE, PS, AISTORICAL UMCL AND STRESSES IMPORTANCE OF THIS SCIENTIFIC 2$362DPOF SECONDS FOR SURVIVAL MORN TOL I NO. ILLUSTRATES USE OF AUTOMATION BY INDUSTRY 160 NOTION PICTURE 02W 1IH 1960 TO REDUCE COSTS, IMPROVE QUALITY, AND SPEED Fb1 FOR PE, TO, ISTORICAL DF THAT ITHERS MAY LIVE - PRODUCTION. SHOWS HOW MANUFACTURE OF PARTS.ECL THE NISSION OF THE AIR RESCUE CAN BE PROGRAINED SO THAT COMPUTER TAPES DESCRIBES NORAD.ADC-SAC ALERT SYSTEW OF SERVICE ACCURATELY CONTO0L MILLING AND STAMPING WHICH THE DEW LINE, BREWS, AND SEPARATE 16, MOTION PICTURE 022 WIN, 1963 MACHINES FOR PRECISE PRODUCTION OF RADAR AND AIRCRAFT CONTROL AND IARNIMG CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, N, PS, PRECISION PARTS. SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD ARE IMPORTANT HISTORICAL REMIARS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/I INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FACETS. NARRATOR IS RAYMOND MASSEY. THIS COLORFUL IMAGE OF THE AIR RESCUE 2631W-OF EXECUTIVE CHECK OF CHECKMIATE SERVICE REFLECTS AN ORGANIZATION OF MANY 16, MOTION PICTURE 025 M MOTION PICTURE 029 KIN 19s0 FACETS. in AUDITION TO ITS PRIMARY MILITARY CLEAED FOR PE, TV, T, PS, CL.RFJE FOR PE, TV, AISTORICAL Wa CAPABILITIES, FILM SETS FORTH ARS'S ABILITY HISTORICAL AND DEDICATION TO SAVE IMPERILED CIVILIANS SHOWS HOW TACTICAL AIR COMMAND CAN DEPLOY A ANYTINE, ARYINERE. ARS, RITH ITS TOP.FLIGHT PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S CHECK OF USAF MANNED COMPOSITE AIR STRIKE FORCE CAPABLE OF CAPSULE RECOVERY TEANS, IS GEARED TO THE FIREPOWER CAPABILITY AT EGLIN AFB FEATURES PREVENTING A SMALL WAR FROM STARTING OR SPACE AGE. BOB CONSIDINE IS NARRATOR. A REVIEW OF AIRCRAFT IN MINIMUM INTERVAL EXPLODING INTO A MAJOR COOFLICT. SHOWS NOW REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TAKEOFF, AN AIR COMMANDO EXERCISE, CLOSE 0 A NOMENT'$ NOTICE CHECKMATE IS UlORiAY AIR SUPPORT, AND ROCKET AND GUNNERY REVEALING MASSIVE AIRPOWER, OVERIHELNING OF MAN AND SPACE DEMONSTRATION. M-e

216 M S: ALSO BIST1111TED 1 3/4 h10, VIDEO TAPE. WERE IETRAIkED TO IECOME SKILLEO HISTORICAL TECaICIPM O4F PITOTO6E1A00 IN THE SAF IENAS: PUSLIC EXHIIITION TO SELECTED PRESENTS A PANORAMA OF THE 1A.'OR AIR FORCE SCIENTIFIC PHNOTO MAPNY AT POFESSIONALLY QUALIFIED AUDIENCES ONLY. ALSO COMMANDS AND THEIR CONTRIBOTIONS TO THE TUC All FORCE FLIGHT TEST DISTRIBUTED 113/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. USAF TEAl. PICTURES TACTICAL, STRATEGIC, CENTER AND ASSAULT AIRLIFT, AIR DEFENSE, AND 16W NOTIOE PICTURE Oi I11, GOF SPACE PILOT. MISSILE CAPABILITY. POINTS OUT ACTIVITIES FDFOR, TV, T til, M, Ulm AEROSPACE RESEARCH PILOT IN LOGISTIC SUPPORT, EDUCATION, RESEARCH, HISTORICAL SCHOOL AND AEROSPACE MEDICINE, 16, NOTION PICTURE 020 1i1, 1963 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TOURS PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY AT EDWARDS CLEWAAF FOR PI, TV, Il, PS, 2E410-DF OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM AFI. DEPICTS EXTENSIVE EQUIPIENT WITH IHICH HISTORICAL CAMERAMEN AND TECHNICIANS RECORD "6 IOTIOR PICTURE 002 DOIH, 1963 PROCEDURES, TECHNIQUES, FLIGHT AND PRESENTS PROGRAM OF AEROSPACE RESEARCH CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TH, UKCL CG1PONE!T TESTS FOR DOCUMENTING HISTORY AND PILOT SCHOOL WHERE ASTRONAUTS ARE SELECTED HISTORICAL SCIENTIFIC STUDY, AND FOR TRAINING. AND TRAINED. DEPICTS STUD!ES IN RESMA: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IIKN. VIDEO TAPE. NIOASTRONAUTICS, ORBIT MECHANICS, REENTRY OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM, PLAYED BY THE UNITED PROBLEMS AND SPACE FLIGHT IATNEMATICS. STATES AIR FORCE BAND, PROVIDES A STIRRING 24391DOF AIR FORCE MISSILE TEST REMAK: ALS DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 inc, VIDEO TAPE. ACCOMPANIMENT TO THIS FILM PICTURIHG CENTER, THE TODAY'S MISSILES AND JET AIRCRAFT. F PCTV. FlI, TM 024 Ill, 1% OF VALWI EN[iNEERII - -- REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 103/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 1YV, 1, am THE ONE WUMORED MILLION HISTORICAL DOLLAR STORY OF PATHFINDERS TO PROGRESS 160 NOTION PICTURE 021 IM, MOTION PICTURE 025 MIN, 1963 EXPLAINS MISSION OF AIR FORCE MISSILE TEST CLE.kP FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, CLEAA FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UHCL CENTER AND ATLANTIC MISSILE RANGE. depicts HISTORICAL HISTORICAL OPERATIONS AND PROJECTS AT CAPE KENNEDY. DCSCRINES AIR FORCE'S ROLE IN TEST DESCRIBES Al FORCE ECONOMY CONCEPT, VALUE TELLS STORY OF 1370TH PHOTO-NAPPING RING LAUNCHING US MAJOR MISSILES AID SPACE ENG!NEERING, WHICH IS BASED 0N DESIGN AND ITS WORLDWIDE PHOTOGRAPHIC AND CHARTING VEHICLES. SIMPLIFICATION. DISCUSSES BENEFITS O.F RESPONSIBILITIES. SHOWS THE WING'S REMARKS: ILSO DISTRIMUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PROGRA TO GOVERNMENT AND CONTRACTORS, AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GEODETIC PUZZLE AND STRESSES NEED FOR BOTH TO UNDERSTAND THE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES USED TO CARRY OUT DF AIR FORCE TACTICAL O8JECTiVES. THIS GIGANTIC NISSION. SCENES OF FIELD "FIREPOER REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED I1 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. OPERATIONS AROUND THE WORLD DEPICT THE "." 16 MOTIONi PICTURE 013 RIM, 1963 LATEST METHODS IN HIRAN TRILATERATION AND CEA FOR PE, "1, T4, PS, OF SENTINEL FOR SURVIVAL PRECISION VISUAL AND ELECTRONICALLY HISTORICAL 16, NoTION PICTURE DI5 1IN, 1963 CONTROLLED PHOTOGRAPHY. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, UNL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FLASHBACKS RECORD GAIN IN TACTICAL AIR HISTORICAL POWER SINCE WORLD CAR I. GUN CAMERA FOOTAGE DF DESTINATION WHERE? 7 DEMONSTRATES EFFECTIVENESS OF FLEXIBLE AND DESCRIBEý BALLISTIC NISSILE EARLY WARNING 251i D DTTION WHERE? AIAE FIREPOWR TO CUT HOSTILE SUPPLY SYSTEM'S RADAR OUTPOSTS. PRESENTS STORY OF 160 MOTION PICTURE Oil WIN, 1965 LINES, DESTEOY ENEMY POSITIONS. AND SUPPORT MEN RHO DEFIED BITTER AND HOSTILE ARCTIC CLEASTDORI FRIEIDLY FORCES. ELEMENTS TC CO STRUCT THEM. HISTORICAL REMARS: ALSO DISTRIBUITED 113/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. REMARKS: ALSO DISIRIBUITED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PORTRAYS ROLE OF GEODESISTS IN PLOTTING urbital SPACE FLIGHTS AND POINTS ON EARTH DF F13T 00 TARGET OF GROUND SUPPORT ON NIGN EXPLAINS HIRAN, SHIRAN AND STELLAR CAMERA 16, NoTION PICTURE , NO T ION PICTURE, 078 1IN 1963 SYSTEMS OF LAND BEASUREMENT AND THE IR A NFOR, TV, to, PS, U'CL CLEAREO FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL UWaC IMPORTANCE TO OQBITAL COMPUTATION. ALSO HISTORICAL SIMULATED COMRAT MISSION REVEALS DENDLY DISCUSSES MEASURENENT OF GRAVITY SREVIEWS CAPABILITIES AND MISSION OF POTENTIAL OF F-lOS WEAPON SYSTEM N DSTORT.IONS. TACTICAL AIR COMMAND (TAC). DErICTS TYPICAL PROVIDING EFFECTIVE AIR SUPPORT. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. OV'ERSEAS DEPLOYMENT OPERATIONS OF A TAC REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDLO TAPE OF FROM KITTY HAWK TO S'UDRON, POINTS OUT TAU'S CAP,.iLITY TO AEROSPACE SNEOT SHORT NORLTNIDC NOTICE. E MILITARY COMMITMENTS ON BiM 2$405-OF, lot!roi PICTRE, 16UNOIO HUMANITARIAN 022 PCTREU? WN lin, AIRLIFTS 19"3 'E 6 W,' ED OTION FOR AEROSPACE PC, PICTURE, TV, HISTORICAL 021 NIne U NC L REMARKS. ALSOISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INC, VIDEO TAPE. CL.AA.D FOR PE, TV, th, PS, OF 1PRoNGSOARD TO SPACE HISTOCICAL. TRACES HISTORY OF AMERICAN AVIATION. THE ARNOLD CENTER STORY NON HOPE NARRATES THIS DOCUMEXTAIY ON THE STRESSES INFLUENCE OF SCIENCE AND 160 NOTION PICTURE 0151IR 196 HUMANITARIAN SIDE OF MILITARY AIRLIFT TECHNOLOGY IN ADVANCEMENT OF AIRCRAFT. TV, PS, COIMAND'S HISTORY. INCLUDES SCENES OF THE KIGNLIGHTS MILESTONES THAT MARK THE ROAD CLN.E FOR PIC, M, BERLIN AIRLIFT, OPERATION HAYLIFT, FROM PRIMITIVE BI-WING MACHINES TO KIkDERLIFT, AND AIR PILGRIMAGE TO MECCA. SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT AND SPACE VEHICLES. * PORTRAYS STORY OF THE ARNOLD CENTER WHERE PICTURES HUMANITARIAN ACTIVITIES IN JAPAN. INTERVIEWS GENERAL" JAMES DOOLITTLE, N MAN S7EKS TO UNDERSTAND AND TO RESOLVE HUNGARY, CHILE, HAWAII, GREECE. ITALY, BENJAMIN FOULOIS, AND BERNARD SCURIEVER WHO PROBLEMS OF SPACE FLIGHT. PICTURES GIANT HOLLAND, TANGANYIKA AND MOROCCO. PRESENT THEIR VIEWS ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF NETWORK OF WIND TUNNELS AND HIGH ALTITUDE REMAW: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AEROSPACE POWER. ROCKET TEST CELLS WHERE MISSILES AND REARAS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SPACECRAFT ARE SUBJECTED TO CONDITIONS THEY DF DECISION FOR LEADERSNIP MUST ENDURE IN ACTUAL SPACE FLIGHT. SHOWS 161 NOTION PICTURE 02311N, , Of BPILD DECISIONS NHO DATA COLLECTED 'RO SIMULATED FLIGHT CLEARE FOR PE, Trý, th, PS, 16 OTION PICTURE 027 NIN, 1965 CONDITIONS SAVES TIME IN OUR NATION'S HISTORICAL CLEED FOR PE, TV, tn, PS, UHCL AERO ACE PROGRESS. HISTORICAL R.ENARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INN, VIDEO TAPE. PORTRAYS THE USAF OFFICERS' TRAINING SCHOOL. DEPICTS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES TRACES HISTORY OF AVIATION FROM ITS 263W5.Of OPERATION WCON CNAk.C OFFERED QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATES. SHOIS BEGINNING THROUGH THC RAJOR WARS. FOCUSES 1E60 NOTION PICTURE TRAINING, SCOPE OF CURRICULUM, ANl PHYSICAL PRIMARILY 01 THE ROLE OF GREAT AMERICAN CL.AEED FOR PE, HISTORICAL ' ICL TRAINING PROGRAM LEADERS IN HELING THE PROGRESS AND REMAS. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEVELOPMENT OF AVIATION AND I'I TREATING A "DESCRIBES All FORCE PRISONF.R RETRAINING HERITAGL OF WHICH TODAY'S AIR FORCE IS PROGRAM. DEPICTS TEAMWORK OF SOCIAL 2140R.OF YOUR AIR FORCE PROUD. "THERAPISTS, PSYCHIATRISTS, TEACHERS AND 160 NOTION PICTURE 011 MIN, 1q`66 REARKS: PS-.DONESTIC ONLY. ALSO DISTRIWUTED IN ý/4 CHAPLAINS. CITES SUCCESSES OF GRADUATES WHO CL0A* FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UKCL INCH, VIDEO TAPE. F!NTU0Z. 144 c-g0

217 / DoD C.4 * CANADIAN, SWEDISH AND ENGLISH PERSONNiEL IN JASESTORN PROVIDES OFFICERS OF ALLIED 262 IF.0F USAF SPORTS AN MORTN AMERICAN DCT7CT:ON OPERATIONS. COUNTRIES WITH INSIGHT TO AMERICAN RECREATION 1944 DC.IONSTRATES TYPICAL SCIAMBLE TO INTERCEPT HEFITAGE. i, TION PICTIJ. 024 i11, 1965 UNIDENTIFIED AIRCRAFT. EMA : ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. C FOi PE, TV, t1, Ps, i1ci RMAMKS: ALSO DISTRlIUED IN 3/4 1110, VIDEO TAPE. ISTORICAL4 DF AIR FORCE FO SEIIVICE " F Aik.IFT FROM AIERICA PROGRAM.. PREPARATION OF "ýevieis AIR FORCE TEAl AND INDIVIDUAL NOTION PICTURE 024 1IN, 1966 SALADS TOURNAMENT CHAIPInNSHIPS.!O!LING, 0.ED FOP PE, TV, th, PS, UACL 16E NOTIOR PICTURE 015 #IN, 1964 VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL, BOBSLEDDING, HISTORICAL CL[Ak.E FOR PE, TV, tn, PS UHCL CURLING, CHESS, JUDO, TRACK, TENNIS, "SOFTBALL, GOLF AND.ODEL AIRPLANE FLYING. DEPICTS TME RIDE SCOPE AND GLOBAL RANGE OF SHOS HOW TO PREPARE ATTRACTIVE AND TASTY RIAMS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 In, VIDEO TAPE. THE MILITARY AIRLIFT COllARD (1AC) MISSION. SALADS. ILLUSTRATES CUTTING TECHNIQUES AND TRAVELOGUE FOOTAGE FROM NUNEROUS FOREIGN USES OF FRUIT JUICES AND GARNISHES OF PARARIESCUE - - ITS ROLE COUNTRIES HIGHLIGHTS VAC ACHIEVEMENTS I REAM : ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ""I THE SPACE AGE AER 1nEOICAL EVACUATION, MERCY MISSION TO D10 NTION PICTUJE 024 Ill, 1%5 DISASTER AREAS, AND ASSAULT AND STRATEGIC DF COMMAND AND CONTROL CLEARDl FOR PE, TV, to, PS, Ol AIRLIFTS. 162 ltion PICTURE 0180 BIN 1965 NISTORICAL "PORTRAYS "HISTORICAL VIGOROUS AND IMPORTANT ROLE OF AIR Of YOU IN GREAT 1RITAIN NESCUE SERVICE PARARESC TEARS. OEPICTS 16Ei NTION PICTIM 032 KIN 1964 DEFINES THE 473L DATA 1[4=: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. C.LDEA FOR PE, TV, tn, PS, PROCESSING CONCEPT IN RIGOROUS PHYSICAL AND MENTAL TRAINING THAT a,',j&d FOR pe, TV, JISTICA1, U GIVING SPEED AND ACCURACY TO AIR FORC16 PREPARES AIRMEN FOR PARARESCUE SERVICE IN COMMAND AND CONTROL. D!SCRIBES OUTDATED ANY ENVIRONIENT. FOLLOWS PROGIESS OF ACQUAINTS ANERIrAN SERVICEMEN WITH BRITISH MANUAL MET4OD OF SOLVING HIGH LEVEL TRAINEES THROUGH ADVANCED FIRST Ai, COMBAT HERITAGE AND CUSTOMS. COMPARES ANERICAN AND PROBLEMS AND EMPHASIZES NEED FOR AN SURVIVAL, PARATROOP SýAOOL, AND SCUBA BRITISH DEMOCRATIC BELIEFS. EXPLAINS ROLE ELECTRONIC APPROACH TO COPING WITH TOOAY'S TRAINING. OF US ARMED FORCES COMNUNITY.ZLATIONS MORLI CRISES. SIMULATES A SUOODEN BRUSH ;AR REMARKS: ALSO DISTkIBTED IN 3/4 IAE, VT(O TAPE. ACVISON. TO DEMONSTRATE 473L CAPAHI LITY IN ANSWERING REMIARKSN: LIMITED TO USE NITHIIN CONTINENTAL US AND QUESTIONS ON WEATHER, PERSONNEL, F USAF PARTICIPATION IN CAAAL ZONE. E, TV. AUDIENCES TO BE WE ANARE CONMUNICATIONS, NEAPONS SYSTEMS, AND.SWIFT STRIKE III THAT FILM WAS PRODUCED FOR ORIENTATION OF AIR FORCE MEDICAL FACILITIES. ism NOTION PICTURE 029 IIN PEUSEL. A DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 NMIA, VIDEO REMA : ALSO 'ISTRIUUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. :LL, E FOR PE, IV, to, PS, OML TAPE. HISTORICAL !F NUCLEAR NIGHT.. READY DF PIONEER$ OF THE VERTICAL BUT SAFE NUCLEAR SAFETY IN IIGNLIGNTS TACTICAL AIR COMMAND'S rromitier -. AEROMEDICAL THE AIR FORCE PARTICIPATION IN SRI FT STRIKE III, A JOINT RESEARCH LABORATORY 16, NOTION PICTURE, 019 MIH, 1966 EXEICISE TO EVALU.TE STRIKE COMMAND AIR AND 16, NOTIOR PICTJRE 024 RIN, 1967 CLEAkED FOR PE, PS "GROUND UNITS AS A Si.GLE COMBAT FORCE. CL.E.O FOR pe, TV, th, Ph, "POINTS OUT EFFECTIVENESS OF LARGE SCALE, HISTORICAL DESCRIBES STRINGENT MEASURES TO PREVENT CLOSE.N; AIR SUPPORT AND EHPHASIZFS THE DETONATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS BY FIRE,. POTENTIAL VER3ATILITY AND FLEXIBILITY OF DEPiCTS MISSION AND FACILITIES OF CRASH OR SABOTAGE, EXPLAINS ENGINEERING STliIM FORCES. AERONEDICAL RESEARCH LABORATORY AT HOLLOMAN SURVEYS AND HUMAN RELIABILITY PROGRAMS. RMA : ALSO DISTRlt'T ED IN 3/4 NICH. VIDEO TA. AF8, A.M. SHOUS TRAINING AND CARE OF DEPICTS TIGHT SECURITY MEASURES, THE NO- "PRIMATES. POINTS OUT THEIR VITAL USE IN LONE SYSTEM, CONTROLS OVER STRATEGIC F USAF AI COMMANDOS DECOMPRESSION AND RADIATION STUDIES, BLOOD AIRLIFT COlNGAD ALER. OPERATIONS AND SAFETY DUi *TION PICTR 013 M1N, 1965 ANALYSES AND EXPERINENTAL MEDICINE. DEVICES IN WEAPON SYSTEMS..CLL.AO FOR PE, TV, to, PS, PICTURES DECELERATION, PULMONARY AND SPACE REMAKS : ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. N ISTOR!CAL CAPSULE TESTS. STRESSES LABORATORY'S CONTRIBUTION TO SAFETY IN FUTURE SPACE F AIR FORCE'1 FLYING "PORTRAYS NISSION OF US AIR FORCE'S AIA TRAVEL. HOSPITALS, THE COMMANDOS. EXPLAINS NO1, WHEN A40 IHY THEY kemars: AJSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1NI. VIDEO TAPE. DUE NOTION PICTURE 014 I1N, 1966 ASSIST OTHER COUNTRIES ASKING FOR HELP. CLEAkEd FOR PE, TV, th. PS, UMCL POINTS OUT THEIR CAPABILITIES IN TERMS OF !F RATS W1ORLWIDE MISSION HISTORICAL TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT AGO THEIR ROLES AS 161 MOTION PICTJJRE 033 BIN, 1965 INSTRUCTORS AND PILOTS. CLEAkED FOR YE, TV, to, PS, PICTURES DUTIES OF THE SENIOR FLIOHT NURSE R1ESRKS: ALSO DISTRIRiJED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICAL AND HER CREW BEFORE TAKEOFF FROM AN OVEUSEA HOSPITAL TO THE URI;ED STATES. INCLUDES OF REINS OF COMMAN, THE AREVIEWS MISSION, ORGANIZATION, AND VISITIMG PATIENTS; REVIEWING PAIIENTS' AIR FORCE COMUNICATIONS FACILITIES. UN SITE SCENES PRESENT NEDICAL WFCOROS; LISTING SPECiAL EQUIPMENT, "'."AERVIR, ConMN'S CAPABILITY TO AIRLIFT FOOD, SUPPLIES, AND DIETS; AND CONVERTING "DUE NOTION PICTMR, 021 oil, 1966 IEDICINE AND AID TO DISASTER AREAS AND TO INTFRIOR OF AIRCRAFT to HOSPITAL nard. "C-l" FOR PE, TV, to, PS, UNCI TRANSPORT TROOPS AND EQUIPNENT FOR military SHOUS DUTIES OF MAC MEDICAL AIRLIFT HISTORICAL MANEUVERS AND INTERNATIONAL CRISES. PERSONNEL ON DOMESTIC FLIGHTS FROM AND TO PORTRAYS MISSIO OF AIR FORCE IREMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HOSPITALS WITHIN THE STATES. PONTAYS ISSIN OFAll ORCEREMARKS : ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE AND ITS VITAL ROLE F I$S EXPRESS, THE IN AIR FORCE OPERATIONS. DEPICTS HIGHLY 1DU BOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, F INDIAN RIVER COMPLEX AND SOPHISTICATED C0GRUNICATIONS CLE.AED FOR Y. TV, to, PS, UKL 16, POTION PICTURE 020 NIN, 1964 TECHNIQUES, EQUIPMENT, GLOBAL COMNURICATION HISTDRICAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, NETWORK, AND AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEN. HISTORICAL PICTURES USE OF COMMUNICATIONS IN military DEPICTS OPERATION OF SAC NOBILE RADAR 101M EXERCISES AND OPERATIONS. BRIG GEN JANES SCORING TRAINS. REVIENS SITE SELECTION AND DOCUMENTS A JOINT AIR FORCE.ARIY EXERCISE STEWART NRADATES. PREARATION. PICTURES CREM ACCONUODATIONS TO EVALUATE [FFECTIVENE'.S OF COMBAT -."AiI4: ALSO DISTIIBUTED IN 3/4 ION, VIDEO TAPE. ARC COMNITY RELATIONS. DIVISIONS TEAMED WITH TAC UNITS AND TO FIND REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4!N101, VIDEO TAPE. MEANS OF IMPROVING AIR SUPPORT OF GROUND EYES OF THE NORTH FORCES. FOCUSES ON THE FIVE FUNCTIONAL 16E NOTION PICTURE 021 MIN, F ALLIED VIII OF AMERICAN AREAS OF JOINT OPERATIONS: CONMAND AND CLEAkD FOR PE, TV, o, PS, UCIL HERITAGE, AN CONTPOL, AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE, AIR "NISTORICAL 1UE BOTION PICTURE 014 MIN, 196. ASSAULT. LOGISTICS, AND CLOSE AIR SUPPORT, CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, to, PS, RENARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. "COMMAND AND PICTURES ITS SPACE CETECTION F 000 JOINT PARACHUTE TEST AND TRACKING FACILITIES, CITES ROLE OF TOUR OF YORKTOWN, WILLIAMSBURG, AND FACILITY, THE P1Z14S i,

218 ' M0 5W.2.C-4. MOTIN PICE.019 E 1967 INSTALLATION IROJECT, AND CAREER I.llE, PIC TU, 1, 111 OPPORTUNIITIES II AN AGENCY GEARED TO THE REVIEWS SATELLITE LAUNCHINGS 1ITH CLOSE-UP NISTEICA PACE AGE. OF RANGER 1OO1 PROBE. CITES IMPORTANT GAINS REINIKS: ALSO OISRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIOS TAPE. IN OUR SPACE DATA AND IDENTIFIES XEY CAPE SNOWS All FORCE-NAVY CORRINED PARACNUTE KENNEDY PERSONNEL. TRACES BOOSTER TESTING FACILITIES AT EL CENTRO, DF NIGHT ON JkCXgAIIT lneu, IMPROVEMENTS AND MISSILE PROGRAM ADVANCES. CALIFT'RNIA, IHERE NEW IDEAS IN AIR DROPS 1i60 NOTION PICTURE 023 MI1, 1967 REjARMS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AND N COVERY SYSTEMS ARE TESTED. EXPLAINS CDEE FOR KE, TV, t, 2642-OF WINiS OVER THE AMERICAS NOV PIGE CANOPIES ARE RIGGED, REPAIRED, IODIFIED. INSPECTED, AND TESTED FOR TENSILE SHOWS CIVIL OFF.CIALS WHAT TO O0 IN CASE OF 1i6 NOTION PICTURE 024 MIN, 1969 STRENGTH AND FLIGHT CAPABILITY. DEPICTS OFF-SASE NIL:TARY AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, EXPERIMENTS I HELICOPTER CAPSULAR ESCAPE INCLUDES NOTIFYING MILITARY AUTHORITIES, HISTORICAL SYSTEMS. ALSJ COVERS ELECTRONIC AND BARRING SPECTATORS FRO# AREA AND ORGAIIZIIG PNOTOGRAPMIC TRACKING OF AIl DROPS ANO SEARCH PA^TIES TO FIND DEAD OR INJURED SNOWS THE CIVIC ACTIONS, MOBILE TRAINING 'YOC:SSIXG AND COMPILING OF VITAL DATA. CREWIEN. ALSO STRESSES COOPERATION OF TEAMS (MEDICAL AND TECHNICAL), RESCUE, MAW: ALSO DISTRIBUTED I1, 4 liien, VIDE TAP. NEWSPAPERS IN WITNHOLDING PRElATURE ACADEMIC, SPECIAL AIR OPERATIONS AND INFORMATION. EXPLAINS NOW SOUVENIR BUNTERS ADVISORY ACT:VITIES WHICH ARE THE z-056-df AIR WiATHER SERVICE OF CAN NMAPER INVESTIGATING TEARS. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE US AIR FORCES THE USAF. THE KEUAMIS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 113/4 INC, VIDEO TAPE. SOU'HERN COMAND. IN, NOTION PICTUREI 014 I11, M REJi(S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. Oa[5 FOI PE, TV, N, PS o 2644T-OF STORY OF T1IE BILITARY AIRCRAFT STORAGE AND 2 1,AS7.OF CAPE KENNEDY 1965 PORTRAYS AIR WEATMER SERVICE'S (AtS) GLOtAL DISPOSITION CENTER NOTION PICTURE 027 WIN, 1965 NETWORK OF WEATHER FACI'.ITIES. SHOWS NOR DESERT BONANZA CLEARED FOR IE, TV, TH, PS, AV: PROVIDES ACCURATE WEATHER INFONXATION 16, BOTION PICTUREE 016 BIN, 1966 HISTORICAL FOR IILITARY USE THROUGH ITS WEATHER CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, REVIEWS ADVANCES IN NISSILE AND SATELLITE CENTRALS, FORECAST CENTERS, SASE WEATHER HISTORICAL SCIEWC ATACE I EN ND DESCITE STATIONS, OBSERVATION SITES AND WORLDWIPE SCIENCE AT CAPE KENNEDY. DESCR18ES WEATNER-NECONNAISSANCE AND ATIOSPNERIC- DEPICTS THE MISSION OF THE MILITARY IMPROVEMENTS IN POLARIS, RANGER, SATURN- SAMPLING MISSIONS. AIRCRAFT STORAGE AND DISPOSITION CENTER AT PEGASUS, APOLLO, AND TITAN III PROJECTS UMA: ALSO OISTRIBUTEO 1 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DAVIS.MONTHAN AF6, ARIZONA. SNOWS HOg,IT1 FOCUS ON FIVE IMPORTANT GEMINI AIRCRAFT NO LONGER NEEDED IN ACIHyV FLIGJHTS DF TIlE AND TIDE NVENTORY ARE PROCESSED FOR STORAGE AND RENARKS: ALSO DISTRIDUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. IWNi OTION PICTURE 024 MIN, 1964 RECLANAT ION OF PARTS. CITES TNH LARGE CLEAAE FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UCIL ANNUAL SAVINGS REAL!ZED IN THE SALVAGE OR OF AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY POSSIBLE REUSE OF RETIRED AIRCRAFT. I'W, MOTION PICTURE 013 WIN, 1965 RAINREY ANDERSON LEARNS A TRAGIC LESSON FROM REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, NI, PS, THE MISUSE OF TINE. NE POSTPONES AN OVERDUE HISTORICAL REPAIR JOS OR A WAGON IN WIVILC HIS SON IS OF WILLIAM TELL 1965 FATALLY INJURED. IN THE WAKE OF HIS SORROW, 6iE lotion PICTURE 027 1IN, 1%& PICTURES DEVELOPMENT OF SPACE AGE DEVICES. BARNEY REALIZES TNAT PUTTING OFF TILL CL.EARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UKIL SNOWS CAP PISTOL MOTOR, COUNTER.REACTION Tt.INDISASTER. WISTOICAL WRENCH, METEOR-RESISTANT HYPERVELOCITY TATERIALS, ELECTROSTATIC GYRO, PARABOLIC DF OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVIESTIGATIONS. - ORLDWIDE tignlights COMPETITION WILLIAM TELL INTERCEPTOR NI TH FOCUS ON PREPARATORY MIRROR, AND PORTABLE RADAR UNIT, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTFD IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. lolllm TRAINING, AERIAL INTERCEPTS AND JUDGING AND 160 NOTION PICTURE 023 IM 196S SCOuiNG DETAILS. REVIEWS PARTICIPATING OF MOODS IN SAFETY CW#,jA FOR PIE. PS, iistoricai O TEAMS, AIRCRAFT WEAPONS AND TARGETS. 16i MOTION PICTURE 021 M REJA S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 CII, VIDEO TAPE. CLEAiED FOR PE, TV, th, PS SELECTION AND TRAININC OF PERSONNEL. SNOW OF PROGRESS IN AIR TRDFFIC NOW 01 CONDUCTS INDIVIDUAL BACKGROUND CONTROL DEMONSTRATES HOW VARIOUS TYPES OF WOODS AND EMOTIONS CAOI BE DETRIMENTAL TO PERSONAL SECURITY CNCCK. EXPLAINS TECNNIQUES OF 16, NOTION PICTURE 020 WIN, 1966 SAFETY On AND OFF THE JOB. SHOWS NOW OVER- CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND CRIME LABORATORY CLEAkEO FOR PE, TV, th, PS, CONFIDENCE, COCKINESS, ANGEP, DEPRESSION, OPERATION. HISTORICAL TENSION, ETC., CAUSE ACCIDENTS THROUGH RENANIS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. ODISTORTION OF INTELLIGENCE, LOGIC AND SENSE BRIEFLY REVIEWS THE HISTORY OF AiR TRAFFIC OF REASONING. STRESSES THE IMPORTANCE OF OF TOWARD THE UNEXPLORED CONTROL AND DEPICTS TECHNIQUES AND SY!TENS FOLLOWING SAFETY RULES ON THE FLIGHT LINE, 16] MOTION PICTURE 0261IN L DFON PC, TV, t PS 19g6 PRESENTLY IN OPERATION. DESCRIBES PLANS FOR IN FLIGHT, Am INPROVED FUTURE CONTROL AND CONSERVATION OF THE "HEEL. AT THE ItSSILE SITE AND BEHINO NISTORICAL AIR SPACE TO HANDLE INCREASING AIR TRAFFIC. REMARKS: PE TO PROFESSIONALLY INTEPSTED GROUPS, '. TRACES N ISTORY OF lluioc DRIY LAKE, EDWARIDS T TEREMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAF. If 11l APPROVFD 3/4 1IMCHI, BY VIDEO PROPONENT TAPE. AGENCY. ALSO DISTRIBUTED AFB, CALIFORNIA, AS AN AIR PROVING AROUNO F STRENGTH OF INC, THE AND RESEARCH CENTER SINCE THE EARLY DAYS OF 1l6 NOTION PIrhTURE 029 Ill, AVIATION. DOCUMENTS EXPERIMENTS IM ROCKETRY CLfEJED FOR PE, TV, th, Po. I OF LCUIL THE CHALLENGE OF THE UNKNOWN, AND WITH X-SEIIES, V-STOL AND FIXED WING AIRCRAFT. POINTS OUT ROCKET PROPULSIOF HISTuaICAL 60 10) ION PICTURE 025 WIN, 1967 LABORATORY'S WORK IN WISSILE DEVELOPMENT. DEPI'TS CONSTANT READINESs OF STRATEGIC AIRICSTORICAL. CITES EDWARDS' PROWINENT POSITION IN USAF SPACE AGE RESEARCH. COINID'S PEOPLE, N011MENS AND MISSILES TO DEFEWD TNE COUTRY. PORTRAYS AROUN.-TNE. DEPICTS AIR FORCE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. REMAIKS: ALSO DISTRIBITED IN 3/N INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLOCA CREWS, WISSILEIEN OPERATIONS AND WHILE MAINTENANCE AIR AND GROUND ACTIVITIES ON MATTER, ENERCY, LIFE AND THE PERSONNEL ATOW. SHOWS SOPHIS7ICATED TELESCOPIC, OF 4E11A -.. GROUND TELL NOW THEY CARRY OUT THEIR IMPORTANT PHOTOGRAPHIC, ELECTRONIC AND SPECTOGRAPHIC ELECTRONICS ENOINEIEIN WISSIONS. PICTURES COMMAND AND CONTIOL. EQUIPIENT USeD IN ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH INSTALLATION AGENCY COMUNICATIONS, AIR REFUELING, A G TECHNOLOGY. POINTU OUT SOME OF THE I 111 IOTION PICTUDE 021 WIN 19. RECONNAISSANCE, AND NUCLEAR SAFETY WONDERS OF SCIENCE SUCH AS DEVELOPMENT OF FI.OJif F, E PS,,ISTORICAL I ACTIVITIES, STRESSES PROFESSIONALISM AND CRYSTALS, LASEP RESEARCH, PLASMA STUDIES, RELIABILITY OF SAC'S MEN OBSERVANCE OF SOLAR ACTIVITY, AND PORTRAYS WORLOWIDE MISSION OF ENGINEERING. REOARKM ALSO DISTRIBUTED ;4 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEVELOPMENT OF SOURCES OF ENERGY. DESCRIB S "INSTALLING, AND MAINTAINING AIR FORCE PROGRESS IN WISSII.FS, AIRCRAFT AND SPAC: GROUND COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS OF CAPE KENNEDY 1964 PROJECTS. DEFINES ROLE OF AIR FORCE OFFICE FACILITIES. DEPICTS SHNEDULEO, 1160 MOTION PICTURE A27 NI1, 1965 OF AEROSPACE RESEARCH IN PROVIDING MAN WITH NONSCHEDULED, AND EMERGENCY OEPOT-LEVEL CLf.AED FOR P1, TV, TH, PS, AN ENDLESS SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE ON MAINTENANCE, ACCOMPLISMIENT OF A MAJOR HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. C-42, 3.1 o.....,.....o....

219 DoD C-4 IBM~: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 in, VIDEO TApE. A UIN 11IqIKM PILOT. REIý=. ALSO EISTRINTED I1 3/4 INC, VIDEO TAPE. PAYS TRIBUTE TO RAJ. BERNARD FI SHER, FIRST SF MEDAL OF NOONR ACI VIETNAM HIERO TO RECEIVE THE NE.AL OF OHONR, OF ACES 26565SOF MEDAL OF HNOR - - TRY, FOR SAVING A FELLON PILOT'S LIFE IN THE to3 WTION PICTURE , 1967 NRY AGAIN BATTLE OF ASHA'J. 6WIFRPl V HPUCI 163 botion PICTURE 005 BIN, 1967 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIFJTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HIS' EDORICAL thps CIIAAEFOR PETV, th, PS, HISORI HITORCM DF MEDAL OF HOVION - CART CITES CAPT. EDDY RICKENBACKER FOR HIS HIT9CLHILLIARD A. WILBANKS NEROISM AS A W1 11 FIGHTER PILOT. PAYS TRIBUTE TO LT. EDWARD S. MICHAEL WHO, 16m N0TION PICTURE 010 KIN, 1968 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED in 3/4 I1C. VIDEO TAPE. THOUGH SEVENELY VOUNDED,MANAGED TD BRING CLODED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, HIS DAPAGED AIRCRAFT BACK FROS A FIERCE AIR HISTORICAL S Of EDAL OF HONOM BATTLE DOING WE 11. TUIENTY.FIVE YEARS LATER REMARKS: ALM DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CITES THE LATE CAPT. WILBANKS, A FORWARD 160 NTION PICTURE Col RIM, 1961 AIR COP.TROL PILOT, FOR SAVING THE LIVES OF CIAAd FOR PIE, TV, tm, PS, ALs SF KCDAL OF HNOR SEVEN MNAY AVER ICANS BY US ING HAIS SMAL L P LANE TO NISTOIIChA om DIVERT.!NENY FIRE IN VIETNANI COMBAT. 160 ICTION PICTURE 0051IM, 196 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRiBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDO- TAPE. IA]. GEN PIERPONT 1. HARILTOO, IN A CLkDb FOR RE, ii. ti, Ps' 25Wh REOYEEY PERSOCAL ITEIVIEW, RECALLS MIS DANGEROUS HI1STJAI CAL 259b REOYEEY H MISSION IN THE BAKING INVASION OF NORTH IENOTION PICTURE 030 RIB, 1965 AFRICA IN CITES VA). WILLiAM SHONO FOR DOWNING SEVEN CLO[0kED FOR RE, TV, th, ONCL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDOU TAPE. WE I EMER A IRCRAFT. IISTORICAL OF MEDAL OF HONOR REAK:AS ITIUE N34ICVDOTP. TELLS THE STORY OF THE DULUTH AIR DEFENSE iiurning PLOESTI OIL SF MEDAL OF HONOR TRIAL SECTOR, WHAT IT CONSISTS OF, HOW IT 16P NOTIC PI CTURE 007 KIN, 1967 BY FIRE OPERATES, AND TUE PART IT PLAYS IN AIR CCLEkkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 163 ACTION PICTURE 00.4 KIN 1966 DEFENSE COMNAND'S (AUC) TOTAL NISSION. HISTORICAL COAkd FOR PE, TV, th, PS' UNCI PORTRAYS A SINULATED 4TTACK BY FIGHTER HISTORICAL A IRCPAFT FRON THE NORTH WINICH DEP ICTS ADC 'S CITES COL. JOHN KANE AND CnL. LEON JOHR:*OR AID DULUTH AIR DEFENSE SECTOR'S READINESS FOR BRAVERY IN PLOESTI OI1L RAIDS. PAYS TRIBUTE TO SGT. EDWARD ERNIN WHO TO STRIKE IN THE EVENT OF ACTUAL ENEMY %REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DITCHJED ANl TIGNITED PHOSPHOaROUS 00NB FROM ATTACK. HIS AIRC2AFT D URING A 1W 11 P)ID OVER EXNEY OF MEDAL OF RONOR TERRITORY ZERO DEFECTS N IGHT THE PACIFIC ACE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO APE. FIRST TIME 163 NOTION PICTURE 005 ONI, ION PICTURE, 020 VIB, 1966 CLEA0ED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UMC OF MEDAL OF HONOR - -CLkEW FOR PIE, PS -ULL NISTOICALHEADING HOME HITRCL16m. MOTION?ICTURC- Do KIN, I9M7 HOW AND WHY WE NAKE NI STAKES THROUGH LACK CITS RJ, ICHRDBONG FOW 8RINGIM; DOWN CLEAREI FOR Pt T, F' S, OF KNOWLEDGE, LACK OF PROPER FACILITIES AND CITES 4 AMYAI.RICHARD. TV, IN EQUIPMENT, AND LACK OF PROPER AITITUDE. OVERA 40LSEO AISRCRAFT.D NIST4ORIAVIEOLAPE REMRK. ASODITRIUTD I 34 NCH VDEOTAE. CITES CAPT. WILLIAM N. LAWLEY FIR HEROISM OF COOWN CARRIER FOR SPACE OF MEDAL OF HO*O * CAPT AND EZCEPTIONAL FLYING S I LL OR A HEAV Y'* TITAN III!AY ZEAMER NOMBARDOENT NISS10K OVER EMERY-OCCUPIED 1160 NOTION PICTURE, 010 IMN, NOTION PICTURE 0051IN, 1967 EU'Oq - ICLAEJ FOR FE, TV COEDFOR PE, TY, ti, PS, UMCL REMAS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TLSWYVS AAIIYO IA I HITRCL26513-SF MEDAL OF HONOR MAKES THIS SOL ID FUEL ENGINE OUR MOST CITES CAPTAIN LEANER, BONSER PILOT, FOR AMERICA STRIKES BACK POWERFUL BOOSTER FOR SPACE BOUND PAYLOADS. HEROI SM DARING 1N 11 REfONNAISSANCE 1611 OOTIOR PICTUL 007 WIB, 1967 DEPICTS ITS VERSATILITY FOR A WIDE VARIETY BISI. CLEED FOR PIE. TV, IN, PS, Of NISSION$. SHOWS NOW MOBILE EQUIPMENT?EMARKS: ALSO DISTRINWEED IN 3/4 I1CH, VIOCO T APE. MI STOR ICAL GREATLY ENHANCES EFFICIENCY OF LAUNCH OF MEDAL OF HONO -.. WITH CITES GEl. JAMES DOOLITTLE FOR LEADERSHIPSYTM ONE HAND IN FIRST AIR RAID OVER T0KV) OF FIGHT FOR THE SKY. THE 163 BOTION PICTURE , 1347 REMRK: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 inc, VIDEO TAPE. 163 IKITION PICTURE N 1965 CL~ED FOR KE, TV, IN, PS, l CLEAAD FOR PE, TV, IN, PS, ONCL NITOICL26514-OF MEDAL OF HONOR -. ONLY HISTORICAL A FEW RETURNED * ~~CITES LT. JOHNI C. MORGAN WHO SINGLEHANDEDLY 163 NOTION PICTURE 0051IN, 197DCMET EO SM O AEICAINS FIGHER GUIDED HIS PLANE TO TARGET DURING A IV II CLODED FOR FE, TV, t PS, URCL PILOTS WHO FLEi ESORTMISOS VE &AIDOVEREUROE. ASTORCALGERMANY DURING WORLD WRA 11. FOOTAGE OF RAID OVER EUROPF HITRIA FERCE AI 14 ATTLES INMCLUDES SOME CAPTURED REMARKS: AIMS DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CITES SGT. NAY9NAD SMITH FOR HIS GERMAN FILM SOF 111%A 0! ONORMI * A FEARLESSNESS AS IV I 1 B-I1 GUNNER. REMARKS. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TEAM MAN te.marks: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCU, VIDEO TAPE. 255O E FMITNNE BOTFOR PICUE, N 005 WIN SF MEDAL OF HONOR *.BY SOUTHEAST ASIA CLEkE V. )4 FO PS P, UCLACT OF LONG*[$S 168 BOTIOB PICTURE 015 NIB, 196K HISTORICAL 160 NOTION PICTURE 00511IN, 1967 CLLAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ONCI CITES FORREST VOSLER FOR BRAVERY AND SELF. CLJEAkED FOR PE, TV, IN, MS O NCL HISTORICAL SACRIFICE WHILE SERVI NG AS A RADO " HISTORICAL I~LGTARCFTMNEACEORTOS OPERATOR-All GUNNER ON A MIISSION OVER I 1iýLG ICATMITNNEOEAIN BEWE, GERMAI, IN CITES CHARLES A. LINDBERGH FOR NAVIGATIONAL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. DEPICTS SPECIALIlFD REMARKS. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. SKILL AND COURAGE IN HIS HI3TORIC FLIGHT P(RSGNF.L USING SOPHISTICATED ELECTRONIC FRIn IEl YORK TO PARIS. E QUIPIENT TO CHECK OUT COMPLEX AIRCRAFT 2650W-SF MEDAL OF HONOR1 - OE NEIAS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SYSTENS. SHOWS HOW MEN WORK AGAINST TINE MVAN AIR FCRCE AND UNDER ADVERSE WEATHER AND COMBAT 163BOIONPITUR 07 MN, F MEDAL Of HONOR -ONE FOR CONDITINS INEVIW MAINTENANCE CLEAIIED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ANCL Coll SPECALISTS WH EXPLAIN THEIR JOBS AND HITRIA 1160 NOTION PICTURE 00511IN, 1967 ATT ITUOES TOWARD THE IR WORK. ALSO TAKES A CILAkED FOR PE, TV, tps. 1 LOOK Al LIVING CONDITIONS. CITES COL. JAMS[ N. HOWARD FOR HIS VALOR AS HISTORICAL REMARK: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 I NCH, VIDEO TAPE. F C-43

220 * "D3 I4W.2.C.4 261S$.OU READY NOV UiiOMEL ROCKETRY AREAS, IN CASUALTY WARDS, AND OURIIIG.- A MOTION PlC, 022 i EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. SHOWS MANY ASPECTS OF SPACE AGE HOWIY a R P1, TV, 03, MCL THE MINISTRY IACLUDIkG PARISH PROGRAMS ON,,liMO 1on PICTUREE , 1965 HISTORICAL LARGE INSTALLATIONS AND IN ISOLATED AREAS. "CW 4 FOE, TV, th, TNgL REMARKS: FOR CHAPLAIN-SPONSORED USE ONLY, ALSO HISTORICAL DRANATIZES DIVERSE MISSION OF THE AlI FORCE DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. RESERVE (AFRES) WHICH ENCOMPAS.:ES SOME CITES RISING POPULARITY OF MODEL ROCKETRY 400,000 AIR FORCE ffservists. COVERS DF THERE IS A WAY AMONG "" M ODELS YOUNG AVAILABLIE BOYS. AND EXPLAINS SHOWS NOWl VARIETY ROCKETS ARE OF ACTIVIT!iS MEDICAL. A12 OF AIR TERMNIAL, FORCE RESERVE NAVIGATION, FLYING, 16M0 CLEAkED MOTION FOR PE, P!CTURE TIV, TH, 058 PS, MIN, 1967, SSEi LED AlU LAUNCHED. DEPICTS ROCKETRY SPECIALTY TRAIKING AND LOGISTICS UNITS. HISTORICAL COMPETITIONS NHICH ATTPACT NATIONAL ALSO PICTURES THE ROLE OF THE RESERVES IN ITRST.HURRICANES, TORNADOES, ORTRAYS LIFE OF F-lOS FIGHTER-8ONUER OF TACTICAL ARll PO11EI BLIZZARDS. EARTHQUAKES AND FOREST FIRES. PIlOTS WHO DAILY CARRY THE AIR WAR DEEP IM- IOTION 1 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VDEO TAPE. INTO E.NEMY TERRITORY OF SOUTHEAST AS!A. PICTURE 020 Il, 1967 PICTURES THEIR COMPETENCE, COURAGE E. AND FOR PE, TV, +N, PS, W 254OdF OPERATIONAL READINESS CONVICTION AS THEY CARRY OUT THEIR SORTIES NIST5IlCAL ISSlO OF THE AIR FORCE THROUGH DEADLY, DETERMINED ENEMY FIRE IN OISCUSSES MILITAR IMPORTANCE OF TACTICAL LOGISTICS COllARD THE NORTH. PICTURES OFF AND ON-DUTY AIR POWIER ESPECIALLY IN CURRENT I otion Fi, PICTURE 019 WIN 1969 ACTIVITIES AS THE WEN DESCRIBE IN THEIR OWN COUNTERISURGECY CON"TETSTRGENGRYf OPERATIONS EONSTRATES OF CLAD HISTORICALR FOR PE, TV, th, PS, 'UL NORDS THE JOB THEY DEPICTS ARE DOING WELL-EARNED AND WHY. AETSTRIKING CELEBRATIONS POWER FOR CAPABILITIES PILOTS O ITRCLCMLTN HI UDET OSTMSIN TACTICAL AIR COMMAND. DEPICTS WEAPONS COMPLETING THEIR HUNDREDTH COIBAT MISSInN. "DELIVERIES, ASSAULT AIRLIFTS. CLOSE AIR A TV NEWSCASTER REPORTS THE EVENING NEWS: REMARKS: ALSO DISTRI1UTED AN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SUPPORT AND RECONNAISSANCE OPERATIONS. ANOTHER AIR BATTLE OVER V:ETNAI IN WHICH SHOWS LATEST METHODS FOR GROUND EXTRACTION THREE US AIRCRAFT ARE DAMAGED. FOLLOW THE OF TWENTY-FIVE HOUR DAY, THE APO AIR DROPS OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND LOGISTIC RESULTS OF THIS BATTLE, THE., A STORY SUPPLIES, OF AIR FOkCE ALSO F. INTRODUCES THE F-.I, LATEST ORDERING OF A NEW ENGINE FOR ONE AIRCRAFT, 105S SIN TAC'S AIRCRAFT INVENTORY. PARTS FOR THE REPAIR OF ANOTMER, AND 111M NOTION PICTUIRE, 027 MIN RETARKS: ALSO DISTRIMUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE. THEREBY LEARN ABOIT THE VARIOUS ACTIVITIES C.EAED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL OF THE AIR FORCE LOSISTICS CONVANC. "2"550.OF ANOTHER DAY OF WAR... REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE HEN WHO FLY AND THE USAF IN VIiTNAV MAINTAI.4 F-105'S IN VIETNAM. CITES THE LONG 160, NOTION PICTURE 014 MIN OF AIR FORCE ROTC CONMES OF HOURS SPENT IN PLANNING AND CARRYING OUT CLEW ED FOR Pf, TV, Il, PS, DUCt AGE 80I8 NG WISSIUNS AND IN HEEPIHG fhe HISTORICAL 60, O TiON PICTURE 028 MI, 1%97 AIRCRAFT IN TOP CONDITION. DESCRIBES THE F- CLEARED FOR Pf, TV, 111, PS, 105'S CHARACTERISTICS AND CAPABILITIES, i IEPITS A TYPICAL UAY IN THF LIFE OF AIR HISTORICAL FORCE PEASINNEL SERVING IN SOUTHEAST ASIA or THERE 1S A WAY (REVISED) HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE AIR AND GROUND WARFARE, WARNS 21ST ANNIVERSARY OF AIR FORCE ROIC. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 027 KIN, 1967 AIR RESCUE, FLIGHT LINE MAINTENAICE, CIVIC TRACES AFROTC HISTORY, TRADIT IORS AND CLEARED FOR PE. TV, th, PS, ACTION PROGRAMS, AND FOOD SERVICE GROWTH. EMPHASIZES ITS ROLE IN THE TRAINING HISTORICAL ACTIVITIE!. OF FUTURE AIK FORCE OFFICFRS. EXPLAINS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIUTED IN 3/4 INCH. VIDEO TAPE PROVISIONS OF THE SCHOLARSHIP PIOGRA. A SHORTER VERSION OF SAME TITLE, SHOWS FLIGHT TRAINING, AEROSPACE STUDIES. iilms PORTRAYS LIFE OF F.-O5 PILOTS WHO 2I5S.OF SPACE AGE RAILROAD AND FIELD TRIPS TO AIR,ONCE INSTALLATIONS. DAILY FIGHT THE AIR WAR IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. ISE NOTION PICTIJ E 018 WIN ALSO REVIEWS NISTO'.Y OF RILITARY TRAI NIHG PICTURES THEIR HAZAROOUS MISSIONS AGAINST CLEAkD FOR PEI TV, HI, PS. UCL IN SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OURIOG THE PAST TWO DETERMI NED EM.EMY FIRE IN THE NORTH WHILE HISTORICAL CENTURIES. PILOTS AND CREWS TELL ABOUT THE JOB THEY TELLS THE REMARKS. STORY ALSO DISTRIBUTED OF HIGH IN 3/4 SPEED INCH, VIEO TAPE. TEST TRACK,. ARE OING AO WiY A REMARK$: AL.O DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO IAPE. tesearch AND DEVELOPIERf FACILITY AT 26SG1OF WINGS OF FNEEDC1.- THE HOLLOdAN AFM, NEW MEXICO. HIGNLIGHTS VIETNAMESE AIR FORCE TUAY 265EB3OF C-5 GALAXY -.- WORLD'S ADVANCEiENTs SINCE FIRST TRACK RUN 1I ISH. 1i'a lotionpicture 029 WIN, 1969 LARGEST AIRCRAFT ILLUSTRATES MONORAIL RUNS AND EXPLAINS CLEAkEFFO P'E, TV, PH, ps, UNC. 10 MOTION PICTURE 020 WI 19U9 PRINCIPAL BRAKING SYSTEMS. INTRODUCES HISTORICAL CLEAkED FOR FE, TV, N. PS, ONCL UNIA,.E TRACA FEATURES AND EXPLAINS SCOPE HISTORICAL AND VERSATILITY. SHOWS WASS OF ELECTRONIC THIS FILM. SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF A -EUIPNENT JSED TO PROViDE DATA. DEPICTS VIETNAMESE PILOT, DEPICTS THE GROWTH OF THE RELATES STORY OF AN AVIATION MILESTONE, THE ITRAIENfATION SETUP INVOLVING USE OF SCUTH VIETNAMESE AIRI FORCE FOllM ITS C-S GALAXY. TELLS MANY PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN OPTICAL SYSTEMc. EXPLAIN! PHYSICAL LAYOUT BEGINNING WITH A SINGLE PROPELLER-TYPE ITS CONSTRUCTION AND WHY IT WAS "" Of AREA. AIRCRAFT TO THE PRESENT. TOLD IN THE FIRST MANUFACTURED. DEPICTS UNIQUE FEATURES OF,o.. MIIN : ALSO DISTRIOUTED IN 3/4 INOU, VIDEO TAPE. PERSON BY THE NARRATING OFFICER, T3lE Ft;N THE AIRCRAFT AND EXPLAINS ITS CAPABILITIES IS DEEPLY PERSONALIZED: "TO BE A PILOT IS AND SUBSYSTEMS. PREDICTS REVOLUTIOARY "25 S.DOF MUT 00f DOES IT FLY? TO ME A GREAT HONOR, RUT TO BE A PILOT AND I MPACT ON MILITARY AND CIVILIAN 1i,1 NOTION PIcURE 02511, 1969 ALSO TO FIGHT FOR ONE'S COUNTdf - TNI S TO TRANSPORTATION. PICTURES ROLL-OUT LA FOR PE. TN, Tl, PS OL ME IS THE GREATEST HONOR OF ALL. ' 'CEREMONIES AND MAIDEN FLIGHT FROM DOBBINS $EGINNING WITH THE GRADUATION IF THE Afl AFI, GEORGIA. DOCUMENTS TEST ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES AT CADETS, THIS FILM SNOWS IN FLASHBACK THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AIR torce SYSTEMS COMMAND (AFS,) FLIGHT VARIOUS PHASES OF TRAINING AND STUDY IN TEST CENTER. EXPLAINS OPERATIONS OF VARIOUS PREPARATION TO BECOMING A FLYING OFFICER DF A3OUT OUR MISSILES "IRANCHE' WHICH PLAN CONDUCT AND EVALUATE INCLUDED IN THE ACTION IS ACTUAL FOOTAGE OF 16R MOTION PICTURE 015 MIN, 1970 "ALL PHASES OF TESINS. SiOf0! IN-4OUSE THE TIET OFFENSIVE SHORING THE STRENGTH AND CLEAAED FOi FE, TV, ts, PS, UCL CAPABILITIES SUCH AS FLIfHT SIMULATOR DETERNINATION OF THE SOUTH VIETRANESE. 4ISTORICAL. "ILLUSTRATES USE OF TELEMETRY AND CLOSED REMARNKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIBO TAPE. SCIRCUIT TELEVISION. ANALYZES AIRC, RAFT PORTRAYS DFVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIC MI1SSILES PERFORMANLE, CAPANILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF AIR FORCE CHAPLAINCT. THE FROM THE EARLY PIONEER EFFORTS OF THE ATLAS OENONSTRTFS HOW TO DETECT MALFUNCTIONS AND.. WiHAERE THF IEN ARE ITO TVE BORE ADVANCED III1UTENAN III SHOWS. TO TEST EQUIPMENT AGAINST DESIGN 160iMOTION PICTURE 0U8 MI0, 1969 ACTUAL LAUNCH SITES IN THE LIMITATIONS MIDWEST, CLLARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS VANDENBtRfO AFB AND CAPE KENNEDY AND REVEALS REMAIRNS PE, Pt LIMITED TO POOFESSIONA'ALY :ONE UF THE AliR FORCE'S MORE SPECTACULAR INTERESTED GROUPS ONLY. ALSO DIST*S-UTED in 3/4 PORTRAYS HOW THE CHAPLAINS SERVE THE LAUNCHES. "INCH, VIDEO TAPE, SPIRITUAL MEEOS OF THE MEN AND WOiEN OF TH. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. "AIR FORCE AND THEIR 2M -S.OF DEPENDENTS AIR FORCE PICTURES RESERVE 1 THEIR SERVICE ON FLIGHT LINES, III WORK 2lI21.OF EJECTION VECTORS FN"HR H C-64 ool,.,

221 DoD C-4 OSUm, TIOR PICTURE. 022 KINII 1969 SOPHISTICATED EQUIPMIENT USED. INTERVIEWS "1 CLEIEDFOR, TV, TR, PS PILOTS WHO EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS ABOUT THEIR A LITTLE BOY COMES WALKING OVER THE WORK. HORIZON. HE IS CHARLIE COIN, NAMED AFTER PROVIDES PILOTS AND CREWIEIBERS WITH REMARKS' ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE THE 2146TH COMUNUICATIOHS GROUP, OSAN AB, INFORMATION RELATIVE TO EJECTION PROCEDURES KOREA. THE 2146TH WHICH* SUPPORTS AND AND ESCAPE SYSTEM CAPABILITIES. OUTLINES DF FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AND MAINTAINS THE GARDEN OF CHILDREN ORPHANAGE STEPS TO FOLLOW IN ESCAPING AIRCRAFT IN PEOPLE WE KNOW COUNTS LITTLE CHARLIE AS ONE OF THEIR YOUNG FLIGHT. DEFINES LIMITS OF SAFE EJECTION 16, NOTION PICTURE 021 MIN, 1970 GUESTS. THE FILM SHOWS THE LIVES OF THE if CONDITIONS INVOLVING AIRSPEED, ATTITUDE AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, CHILDREN, GIVES THE REACTIONS OF THE GROWN- "ALTITUDE. ~~~~HISTORICAL UPS, AITEASOTH. WHY THEY SUPPORT THE ORPHANAGE AND REMARKCS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. W"AT IT MEANS TO THEM. m2r629 AOF DSTRIBEIN 3/4 E IONS, DEOTAP GVES A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVI EW OF THE AIR REMARKS: ALSO DISTPIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DF SPEAKINI OF EXPLOSIONS NATIONAL GUARD INVOLVEMENT IN VIETNAM' 160 NOTION PICTURE 015 IN, 1967 FOLLOWING VARIOUS ANG TACTICAL FIGHTER DF TOMORROW WILL NOT WAIT CLEARED FOR PE, TV, in, PS, SQUADRONS, WE SEE THEIR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE. AIR, WATER AND LAND HISTORICAL TO THE CALL TO ACTIVE DUTY, DEPLOYMENT TO CONSERVATION SOUTHEAST ASIA, AND THE EXTRAORDINARILY 16MM NOTION PICTURE 013 MIN 1970 CITES HAZARDS OF UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY TO TEST SUCCESSFUL MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT THAT CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS ' AREAS AT EGLIN AFB. WARNS PUBLIC AGAINST FOLLOWED. IDICTS OS FOR BEFOULING OUR AIR, WATER AND HANDLING OBJECTS FOUND ON LAND AND IN REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. IND SHOW AEMPTS BTH AIR FORCE WATERS SURROUNDING RESERVATION. EXPLAINS SOIL, AMD SHOWS ATTEMPTS BY THE AIR FORCE DANGERS OF A DUD AND TELLS WHAT ACTION TO DF AAAARK SOMETHING TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT WHAT EVERYBODY ELSE TAKE SHOULD CERTAIN?IECES BE FOUND. SHOWS ABOUT COIMUNICATION IS TALKING ABOUT: NAMELY, TO STOP POLLUTION HOW ORDNANCE DROPS ARE PLANNED FOR PRACTICE 160 NOTION PICTURE 018 MIN, 1969 WHERE POSSIBLE, AND TO CONSERVE THE LAND WE AN TESTING. EXPlAIS DUTIES OF EXPLOSIVE LIVE IN CLOSES WITH A WARNINGIMPLIED IN ORDNANCE DISPOSAL UNIT. SHOWS FUNCTION OF CLEATED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS THE TITLE ''TOMORROW WILL NOT WAIT. CERTAIN PIECES OF ORDNANCE SUCH AS BOMBS, PROBES INTO CHANGING CONCEPTS ABOUT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FLARES, GRENADES, IGNITERS, MISSILES, LEARNING AND COMMUNICATION. HIGHLIGHTS WAYS SOCKETS AND BLASTING CAPS. OF- GETTING IDEAS ACROSS TO OTHERS DF STEPPING STONES TO THE REIARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. RECOGNIZES VAST FIELD OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE STARS THE AIR FORCE AND CITES COMMUNICATION AS ONLY MEANS OF MUSEUM NARROWING INFORMATION GAP. REVIEWS ADVANCES 16Mi MOTION PICTURE 027 NIH, I, MOTION PICTURE, 0 IN, 1957 IN AUDIOVISUAL FIELD AND INFLUENCE OF CLEA ED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS. - CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS COMMUNICATION ON WORLD. DESCRIBES ORIGIN, PURPOSE, AND CONTENTS OF TRACES HISTORY OF NAN'S EFFORTS TO EXPLORE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEv TAPE. THE AIR FORCE MUSEUM. SHOWS HOW OLD OUTrR SPACE. DISCUSSES OVERALL SIGNIFICANACE DF YOUNG AMBASSADORS AIRCRAFT ARE RESTORED, HOW THE MUSEUM OF THU SPACE CHALLENGE AND ITS PRESENT ANC INTERNATIONAL AIR CADET FURNISHES DATA ON MANY SUBJECTS FROM ITS. FUTURE EFFECT ONMAN. EXCHANGE FILES, AND HOW THE MUSEUM*S RESOURCES ARE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 161M NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN 1972 MADE AVAILABLE TO ALL ON A NONPROFIT BASIS DF AIRLIFTER'S BACKUP TEAM CLEA ED FOR PE, TV, fh, PS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. C-L41 MILITARY RESERVE AIRLIFT ASSOCIATEILUTAE COMMAND'S LLUSTRATES score SCEOFIVL CIVIL AIR IRPRO' PATROL'S DF HIGH FLIGHT P ROG R VE AEROSPACE PROGRAM AND OBJECTIVES OF THE 16Mi MOTION PICTURE 003 MIN, 1972 PROGRAM INTERNATIONAL AIR CADET EXCHANGE. PICTURES CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TII, PS,. 160M 3OTION PICTURE 023 IN 1970 CADETS TOURING AEROSPACE FACILITIES. HISTORICAL CL:ARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS ' FET RS C.4 LGH N AIT N N E THE DEPICTS U.S. AND ACTIVITY EUROPE. AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN AS TRIBUTE TO THE IIIRACLE OF FLI GMT -. FEATURES C-141 FLIGHT AND MAINTENANCE THEPRESENTS READING OF INSPIRATIONAL POEM BY RESERVISTS, WHETHER INDIVIDUALLY INTEGRATED DF THUNDERBIRDS JOHN MAGEE AGAINST BACKGROUND OF MUSIC BY WITH REGULAR AF TROOPS OT' UTILIZED AS ALL- 16M NOTION PICTURE, 010 KIN 197' AIR FORCE BAND AND AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY OF T- RESERVE CREWS. HIGHLIGHTED ARE RU TO FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL UNCf 38 IN FLIGHT. OF AN ALL-RESERVE AIRCREW ON A CARGO RUN TO FORPEPSHISTOREMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SOUTH VIETNAQ. ON A STEP-BY-STEP (ZI TO PORTRAYS AIR DEMONSTRATIONS OF USAF DANANG VIA HAWAI I AND OKINAWA) JOURNEY, THE THUNDERBIRDS FROM 1954 TO THE PRESENT DF NOWHERE TO GO BUT UP REQUIREMENTS, BENEFITS AND VALUES OF C.141 AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC RESERVE DUTY ARE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16MM OTION PICTURE, 025 N, 0972 OF THE VIEWER DF TECHNOLOGY IN TRANSITION CLEARED FOR PE. _ REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE... AIR FORCE FLIGHT DF BUILDING A NATION DYNAMICS LABORATORY DESCRIBES THE AIR F.ORCE JUNIOR ROTC PROGRAM AT A CALIFORMIA HIGH SCHOOL. EXPLAINS HOW 16MM MOTION PICTURE 009 MNIH In 16M MOTION PICTURE 015 NIm, 1973 AN AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC UNIT IS CLEAREE FOR PE, TV, PS, TH TU, ESTABLISHED AND FUNDED. POINTS OUT BENEFITS HISTORICAL TOURS THE MANY TEST FACILITIES OF THE AF OF THE PROGRAM TO THE PARTICIPANTS, THE DEPICTS CIVIC ACTION PROGRAMS CONDUCTED BY FLIGHT DYNAMICS LABORATORY AT WRIGHT- SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY. AIR FORCE IN VIETNAM TO HELP THE PEOPLE OF PATTERSON AFB, OHIO. 267TS.DF RESOURCE IN BLUE THAT COUNTRY RAISE THEIR STANDARD OF REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16M1 MOTION PICTURE, 029 NIH, 1972 LIVING. SHOWS EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND 26653,DF FACES OF RESCUE CLEARED FOR PE RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND CONSTRUCTION 26653, Ol FACES OF RSU CE"FREN PROJECTS. 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 024 N 1971 DEPICTS VARIOUS TRAINING COURSES CONDUCTED REMARKS' ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, ih, PS BY AIR TRAINING COMMAND. SHOWS HOW THE SKILLS ACQUIRED QUALIFY THE AIRMAN FOR A DF ALONE, UNARMED AND TELLS Or AIR RESCUE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA WITH SUCCESSFUL AIR FORCE CAREER AND BENEFIT HIM UNAFRAID.. TACTICAL EMPHASIS ON THE INDIVIDUAL CREWNEMBERS' IN CIVILIAN LIFE IF HE LEAVES THE SERVICE. RECOINNAISSANCE IN SOUTHEAST ROLES IN THIS MISSION. RECOUNTS THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ASIA EXPERIENCES AND REACTIONS OF ONE PILOT R A :.IB E./.V O" 16H11 ltion PICTURE, 028 KIN, 1968 RESCUED FOOTAGE BY AND THE RADIO JOLLY CONVERSATIONS GREEN GIANTS. UTILIZES OF THIS DF MMO ONPCUE PUT IT 00MI174 ALL TOGETHER.. CLEAkED FOR PE, HiST6RICAL 'UNEL PLTS ADRIOCNEAINS FTHS16MM PILOT'S MOTION PICTURE ACTUAL RESCUE. 020 MNI 1974 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS DOCUMENTS TACTICAL RECONNAISSANCE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. -OPERATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (SEA). DEFINES THE SETTING IS LOYOLA.MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY. RECONNAISSANCE PHILOSOPHY AND STRESSES DF GARDEN OF CHILDREN AN AFROTC ADMIFSIONS COUNSELOR DISCUSSES MILITARY IMPORTANCE. EXPLAINS TYPES OF 16MM, MOTION PICTURE 015 NIN, 1970 WITH A PANEL OF STUDENTS THE MANY AF CAREER % MISSIONS AND THEIR OBJECTIVES. DEPICTS SOME CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLEGE MEN AND WOKEN. C FM C-65S "% -. '.',.-.-- o %-' o'..o. ". -,,-,'o. Oo., '.-..". o-. ',,-oo ,

222 * hod C.4 F ILI COVERS THE MISSION OF AFROTC EFFECTS ON VARIOUS TYPES OF STRUCTURES. SCHOLARSHIPS, FLIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM, ROTC EMPHASIZES THAT ALTHOUGH DRUGS HAVE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PREPARATION FOR ACTIVE DUTY PURSUITS, AND BENEFITS, BOTH REAL AND CLAIMED, THEY ALSO TWO AD FOUR YEAR PROGRAMS. HAVE DRAWBACKS, -HOOKS' TO CATCH THE DF STRATEGIC ATTACK UNWARY FISH. 168 NOTION PICTURE 050 KIN, 1951 * OF AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, 160 NOTION PICTURE 003 KlN, DF AIRCRAFT ENGINES HI S OR ETAC CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICITY AS HISTORICAL HISTOR1CAL APPLIED TO IGNITION SYSTEMS SHOWS THE STRATEGIC BOMBING OF JAPAN, THE 16, MOTION PICTURE 028 KIN, 1941 BUILDING OF STRATEGIC WEAPONS, AND RESULTS DEPICTS SCENES OF AMERICA KEYED TO AN AIR CLEARED FOR PE, TV, N, PS, OF STRATEGIC BOMBING. FORCE BEAUTIFUL." BAND RENDITION OF ''AMERICA THE HISTORICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE..- BEATIAL.'O D IPORTRAYS ELEMENTARY PHENOMENA IN EMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED INS3,4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM AND THE DF HOW AN AIRPLANE FLIES IOU, OTIONPICTUE, 02 MiH, F ONE HUNDRED DAYS WITH APPLICATION OF THESE PRINCIPLES TO ENGINE 16MM MOTION PICTURE 026 IN, STRATEGIC AIRLIFT IGNITION SYSTEMS. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS 16K MOTION PICTURE 035 VIH 1974 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DISCUSSES D I C U S E T H R NC P E O F TEE T R 1L 1111 FOT N PIUR E THE PRINCIPLE OF THE VENTURI "CLEARED FORPE, TV, iu, PS, OF AERODYNAMICS AIR TUBE, AND DEMONSTRATES THE TYPES OF DRAG HISTORICAL FLOW AND METHODS OF OVERCOMING THEM. 2 REELS. DEPICTS A VARIETY OF AIRLIFT MISSIONS 1611 MOTION PICTURE 018 MIN, 1941 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VI'..O TAPE. ACCOMPLISHED BY MILITARY AIRLIFT COMMAND CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS DF HOW AN AIRPLANE FLIES FROM AUGUST TO MIO.NOVEMBER INCLUDES 15 WITHDRAWAL OF FORCES FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA DISCUSSES THEORY OF AIR FLOW AROUND AIR 16MM MOTION PICTURE 034 IN, 19L- THE RESCUE OF THE ILL IN SIBERIA, AND THE FOILS. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, ft MASSIVE AIRLIFT OF MILITARY SUPPLIES TO REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DISCUSSES PRINCIPLES OF THR6ST, TORCES IN ISRAEL DF AERODYNAMICS FORCES BALANCE, STABILITY, AND USE OF CONTROLS. 2 REMARKS: PRODUCED law ISD CRITERIA. ALSO ACTING ON AN AIR FOIL REELS. DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 16M1 motion PICTURE 026 MIN, 1941 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DA 'HOW TO CONDUCT A MILITARY CLEAED FOR PE, TV, U, DF E.1 SURVIVAL KIT, THE 35. FUNERAL HISTORICAL 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 044 NHI , CLEARED FILMSTIP, FOR PE,fS 013 NIH, 1964 UN- DEPICTS THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF FORCES CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISTORICAL - CLA~E FORPES ((=- " ' NCIACTING NCLACTNG ON O AIR FOILS. FOLS.SHOWS HOW A COMBAT CREW, rorced TO ABANDON EACH PHASE AND APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES OF REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THEIR AIRCRAFT OVER ENEMY TERRITORY, ' THE PERSONNEL SIMPLE INVOLVED HONORS IN CEREMONY; FUNERAL FROM DUTIE T IME ER OF DF AIRPLANE STRUCTURES REACHES RECE...DETNTINTROG THEIR DESTINATION THROUGH THE H "PSOLIER'S DEATH TO INTE R UERT. CONTROL SURFACES PROPER USE OF THE E-1 SURVIVAL KIT AND BY - SLDIR' DETHTO NTRMET.161M MOTION PICTURE 007 KNI, 1943 CORRECT METHODS OF SURVIVAL DA WEST POINT CLEARED FOR PE, TV, P REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO-TAPE. 358 FILISTRIP, 017 NIN, 1964 CLEARED FOkPE DESCRIBES CONSTRUCTION AND PRINCIPLES OF DF TACTICAL DAY FIGHTER AND OPERATION OF WING FLAPS, AILERONS, FIGHTER SOMBER OPERATIONS HISTORY, PURPOSE, AND AIMS OF US MILITARY ELEVATORS, RUDDER AND TRIM TABS. 16MM NOTION PICTURE 027 NIH ACADEMY; MILITARY, PHYSICAL AND ACADEMIC REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, ' UNOL S PROGRAMS; SOCIAL AND EXTRA TIVITIES HISTORICAL *l AVAILABLE TO CADETS DF TARGET FOR TODAY L T IR A 2713-D VOATL CORRSI, 161OTION PICTURE. 092 MIN, 1944 ILLUSTRATES BASIC COMBAT AIR TASKS FOR ira DA VOLATILE INHIITORS CORROSION C E FORT PIE, ;!ESTORICAL 0V, W, ' THEATER FORCES. INCLUDES FIGHTER BOMBER OPERATIONS. TACTICAL DAY 35M, FILMSTRIP, 011 NIM, 1959 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEAREO FOR PE EXPLAINS THE PLANS AND PURPOSES OF DAYLIGHT PRECISION BOMBING OF GERMANY. TRACES THE DF KNOW YOUR AIR RESCUE FEATURES, USE AND APPLICATION OF TYPE I AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MISSION DOWN TO THE SERVICE TYPE I1 MATERIALS TO PROTECT METAL ITEMS. GROUPS AND SQUADRONS. 2 REELS. 16MN MOTION PICTURE 029 WIN, 1954 APPLICATION W/M1 RIFLE, 161 GUN FIRE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEARED FOR PE, 'N, th, PS CONTROL (TENS, AND OTHER SPECIAL ITEMS DF AIR POWER AND ARMIES EXPLAINS THE AIR RESCUE SERVICE MISSION AND 27134,DA METHOD OF PREVENTION NOTION PICTURE 060 WIM, 1945 DEMONSTRATES ARS CAPABILITIES. SUBIIETHOD IA.8 WATER- CEROFRPRSO A NL" VAPORPROOF BAG, SEALED CLEAED FOR PE, HIST6RICAL DF SURVIVAL ON POLAR SEA ICE S 35MM FILMSTRIP, , 1963 PRESENTS A PICTORIAL EXPLANATION OF AIR 16MW, MOTIOUT PICTURE, 035 NIN, 1954 CLEARED FOR PE POWER IN MODERN WARFARE AND ITS RELATION TO CLEARED FOR PE, TV PACKAGING AIRCRAFT REPAIR PART BY IA-8 LAND POWER. 2 REELS. SHOWS HOW TEAMWORK AND RESOURCEFULNESS METHOD APPLICATION OF CONTACT PRESERVATIVE, DF AERIAL NAVIGATION.. ENABLED A DOWNED AIRCREW TO SURVIVE ON GREASEPROOF BARRIER, CUSHIONING, AND WATER. MAP READING POLAR SEA ICE. VAPORPROOF BAG. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 021 IHI, DF SUN, SAND AND SURVIVAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, fs, DA SPREAD AND PREVENTION OF HISTORICAL 16MW MOTION PICTURE, 022 NIN, 1954 TRICHINOSIS CLEARED FOR PE, TV 35MM FILMSTRIP, 013 NIH 1948 DEMONSTRATES NAVIGATIONAL PROCEDURE FOR ANALYZES TE PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, OS, CHARTING A FLIGHT COURSE. HISTORICAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEOTAPE. PROLONGED HEAT AND EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF SWEAT CONTROL. ALSO COVERS LIFE STYLE OF TRICHINELLA SPIRALIS O.DF GENERAL EFFECTS OF ATOMIC USE OF SURVIVAL EQUIP1IENT AND MANUAL. PRAVELANCE AND SPREAD OF TRICHINOSIS. BOMB ON HIROSHIMA AND INCLUDES SETTING UP A SURVIVAL PLAN, SYMPTOMS OF THE DISEASE-CONTROL MEASURES. NAGASAKI, THE SENDING DISTRESS MESSAGES AND MAKING SHADE. CONSUMER OBLIGATIONS. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 022 MIN, 1949 REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DA HOOKS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, to, PS, OF SURVIVAL ON THE ICE CAP 168 MOTION PICTURE 028 IH HISTORICAL 16MM NOTION PICTURE 040 WIN, 1955 CLEARED FOR PE, T, TU, PS DESCRIBES EFFECTS AND PROVIDES ANALYSIS OF CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS.Y F C , ".P... " "" "" """""' ""'"""'''.. " ' " ". " "... " " """'.. "* "... """' '..."...""'-'' '' '' '"- 'em.

223 DoD C.4 SHOWS HOW AIRCBEEWS, FORCED DOWN ON THE ICE SHOWS VARIOUS TYPES OF JUNGLE; DESCRIBES 274S1.0F MAINTENAN~CE OF MICROWAVE ""CAP, FOLLOW SURVIVAL PRlOCEDURES AiO COiNE CHARACTERISTICS OF SAVAllNAS, RAIN AHD CLOUD POWER TUBES "RE [SAFES:ALSODISTIBUTE 1f34ICIDOTP. FORESTS; AND ILLUSTRATES PRINCIPLES OF 1611 lotior PICTURE, 034RWIN,19'" DSRITDIl34ICVDOTP. "' JUNGLE SURV/IVAL. CLEAkED) FOR PUBLIC UC REMA/RKS: AL.SC DISTRIBUTED IN 3/A INCH, VIDEO TAPE. EXIIIBITION/SALES, HISTORICAL 27S50.DF AIR FORCE CUSTOIS ANO COURTESIES OF TACTICAL BOMBER IN ALL- OUTLINES PROCEDURES FOR THE CARE ANE 16U1 lotion PICTURE, 027 KIN, 1955 WEATHER OPERATIONS HANDLING OF MAGNETRON AND KLYSTRON POWER CLEAE FR1ETV11, NC loetiom PICTURE, 011 WIN, 1951 TUBES, VITAL PARTS OF OUR AIR DEFENSE RADAR FOR IN PSEQUIPNENT E, T, AND TROPOSPHERIC COMMUNICATIOPS ISRIA STICLALE OINN. SOS CUE F FIU~ PRESENTS A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE WHO WOULD HITRCLREPLACENENT PROCEDURES, AND INSTALLATION; *LIKE TO SERVE HIS COUNTRY BUT DISLIKES DEMNOSTRATES USES AND OPERATIONS OF TESTS. MIlLITARY CUSTONS AND COURTESIES. AN AIR TACTICAL BOBBER UNDER ALL WEATHER REMlARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FORCE OFFICER TAKES HiMl ON A TOUR OF AN AIR CONDITIONS. STRESSES IMPORTANCE OF BOMBER BASE WHERE HE LEARNS THE INPORTANCE OF AND NEED FOR CLOSE COORDINATION OF AIR, OF OXYGEN, NITROGEN CUSTONlS AND COURTESIES. THE EXPERIENCE LAND AND SEA FORCES IN IMODERN WAkRFARE. GENERATING PLANT DISTILLATION GIVES HilN A reeling OF ENTHUSIASM TOWARD REMiAJRS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. COLUMN CONTROL SER/ING THE AIR FORCE. 161, NGTlOR PlETURE, 024 BIN, 1960) RUMAICJS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DF WINO AND THE NAVIGATOR CLEAAE[D FOR PE, TV, TB, PS UNEL.PREFLIGHT PLANNING 273$1.OF RADAR REFRACTION AND 16U1 lotion PICTURE, 015 RIM, 1957 SHOWS THE PROGRESSIVE FLOW AND TREATMENT OF WEATHER *. W1HY THE WEATHERT CL.EAkED FOR PE, TV, 11,PS, ATMOSPHERIC AIR THROUGH A TYPICAL OXYGEN, 111mlTOPTU,031,196HISTORICAL INITROGEN GENERATING PLANT, TO PRODUCE IKENGIO PCTRE 23NI 156EITHER LIQUID OR GASEOUS OXYGEN OR CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, Tll, PS SHOWS HOW TO PREPARE A WIND FLOW CHART AND NITROGEN. EXPLAINS VARIOUS ATNOSPHERIC CONDITIONS AND DETERMINE A FLIGHT PATH. RESARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/H INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THEIR EFFECTS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF RADAR REMRK: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 272OF RDRESTHWAHR EQUIPMENJT OF CONTRACT NEGOTIATION.. FUNDAMENTALS OF RADAR REMRK: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TECHNIQUES METEOROLOGY 27S10.OF RlADAR REFRACTION AND 1611, NoTION PICTURE, 030 NIHl 195U 1511, NOTION PICTURE. 025 NIH, 1961 WEATHER.- THE RADAR CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TlH, PS, ' CLE.A ED FOR PE, TV, TV, PS UNEL COVEAGE ROBLI HITORIALDEALS WITH THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF RADAR 161, NOTION PICTURE, 019 EMN 1956 DEIOh TRATES CORRECT AND INPROPER METEOROLOGY. EXPLAINS REFLECTIVITY AND CLEAE FOR PE, "TV, Tw, PS TECHNIlIUES FOR CONDUCTING CONTRACT FACTORS AFFECTING IT SUCH AS HYDROMETERS COVERS GEOIIETRY AND REFRACTION, APPLICATION NEGOTIA'IONS WITH INDUSTRY. STRESSES AND PRECIPITATION ATTENUATION. DEMONSTRATES OF RADAR OPTICS, LOSS OF COVERAGE DUE TO IMPORTANCTE UF PR'OCUREMENT TEAIMS NEED ior USE OF THE PPI AND RHI SCOPE. ALSO COVERS RADAR DUCTS AND RADAR HOLES, AND OTHER ADOVANICE STbvOIJ NATA. VARIOUS TYPES OF CLOUDS AND THEIR PROBLEMS AND PHASES INVOLVING RADAR REMlARKS: ALSO 'IISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CHARACTERISTICS. GEOMETRY. 274S5-DF DEEP SEA SURVIVAL REMARK(S ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SREMARICS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 1511, NOTION PlC iure 027 BNIH OF RADAR EYES THE WEATHER S2731.0OF RADAR REFRACTION AND CLEAAED FOR PE,, / Tw, PS.. ANALYSIS OF SEVERE WEATHER WEATHER.THE RADAR IKE1 NOTION PICTURE. 021 NIH, 1961 WEATHER PROBLEMI A PILOT EJECTfl OVER THE NORTH ATLANTIC. A CLE.ARED FOR PE, T'V, th, PS CREW Of EIGHT MUST DITCH IN TROPIC WATERS- " 1611, lotion PICTURE. 015 NIB, 1956 ALONE AT SEA, A MAN SURVIVES 20 DAYS IN A EXPLAINS THE NECESSARY USE OF WEATHER OATH CLE.AkED FOR PE, TV, Tw, PS. RAFT. THESE AND OTHER FACTUAL STORIES OF FRON OTHER SOURCES IN ADDITION TO SHOW HO IMORITIO RETHE ISUSE ATCOURAGE PORTRAY VIOLENT CONDITIONS OF RADARSCOPE READINGS WHEN THE APPROACH OF TH OEATOMLRAARSTE OVSIM RSURVIVAL AT SEA. THEY ALSO PROVE THAT SEVERE WEATHER SEEMS IMMIINENT. USES THE PERTIONL RDAR ITE DIVSIO ORAIRMEN CAN SURVIVE RELATIVELY LONG PERIODS ANINATION TO DEMONSTRATE THE LIFE CYCLE OF SECORCONRO CETE, AD T SAF LEELAT SEA PHOVIDED THEY FOLLOW APPROVE'I A THUNDERSTORM AND DISCUSSES FACTORS WHICH FORPLNNNG UROSSSURVIVAL METHODS AND HAVE THE WILL AND AFFECT IT. SHOWS HOW THE METEROLOGIST MUST REMRS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ENDURANCE TO LIVE. BE ALERT FOR AREAS OF DECEPTION SUCH AS OF RADAR REFRACTION AND REJMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. ;ULLINES RESEMBLING COLD FRONTS AND ITHR ITUATION WHICH MIGHT CAUSE WEATHER.- AIRBORNE EARLY OF SPACE ORBITS ANBIGUOUS SCOPE READINGS. WARNING AND CONTROL 1611, NOTION PICTURE, 010 MINM 1960 REMLARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CCLEAAED UHOL FOR PP,,TV,,tTI, PS 27INS.OF MAN IN FLIGHT DISCUSSES UASIC PRINCIPLES OF ORBITAL 16K1 MOTION PICTURE. 010IHN, 1960 EXPLAINS WEATNER CONDITIONS THAT AFFECT PATTERNS AND FORCES WHICH PRODUCE THEN. CLE.,ARED FUR PE, TV, IB, PS, SRADAR UNITS DURING FLIGHT. STRESSES EXPLAINS THOSE PATTERNS IN RELATION TO HISTORICAL IMPORTANCE OF RADAR IN DETECTION OF HOSTILE SPACE MISSIONS OF MISSILES, ARTIFICIAL AIRCRAFT. EARTH SATELLITES, LUNAR PROBES, AND SPACE THIS FILM REVIEW OF ACTIVITIES AT THE NEMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TRAVELERS. SCHOOL OF AVIATION MEDICINE, BROOKS AFB, ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. TX.,,,RREDEPI ETSoNT THE INUETREXENDOUS NNSRESEARCH OFOTBE INGAN " ztsb$-of ESCAPE ~ ~~REMARKS: 151 NBlOTION PICTURE, 045 MIN, OF SPACE COMMIUNICATIONS SAFETY IN FLIGHT. WHAT SCIENCE IS DOING TO ',CLEARED FOR PS, HISTORICAL ' 1611, NOTION PICTURE. 019 MIN, 1960 RESOLVE BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AND ALLEVIATE SSTRSSE IIPRTACE O ESAPE F TKENCLE.ARED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS EMOTIONAL STRESSES MAN WILL ENCOUNTER WHEN HE VENTURES INTO SPACE IS GIVEN PARTICULAR PRISONER OF WAR. EXPLAINS WHEW AND WHERE HIGHLIGHTS BASIC PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES COVERAGE. ALSO SHOWN IS THE INTENSIVE CHANCES FOR ESCAPE ARE MOST FAVORABLE. OF COMMUNICATIONS. STRESSES THOSE FACTORS TRAINING CONDUCTED FOR USAF EDlCAL SERVICE INCLUDES PLANNING AND PRECAUTIONS. THAT RELATE DIRECTLY TO SPACE. EXPLAIHS OFFICERS ;ND AIRIEN AND MEDICAL PERSONNEL ILLUSTRATES ESCAPES BASED ON CASE BEHAVIOR OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES AND OF ALLrED NATIONS. HISTORIES. FORMULA FOR COMPUTING THEIR ATTENUATION REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE..REMlARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3,/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. RATE. DISCUSSES FACTORS. SUCH AS DISTANCE, ""PAYLOADS, POWER SUPPLY LONGEVITY, NOTION, OF SURVIVAL STRESSES,27400.OF JUNGLE SURVIVAL ENVIRONWENT AND MODES OF TRANSMISSION, WITH 16K1 NoTION PICTURE 030 bin, , NOTION PICTURE. 036 MIN, 1958 EA.SIS OR TELEMlETRY. CLEARED FUR PE, T, TV, PS, i "CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICAL C-6

224 PRMO 4.2-C-4 GROUP OR RELIABILITY OF ELECTRONIC INCLUDING FOOD, WATER, ATMOSPHERIC DISCUSSES major PHYSIOLOGICAL AND EQUIPMENTS) FILM REPORTS ON ThE METHODS FOR PRESSURE, IDEAL TEMPERATURES, EXERCISE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESSES THAT MAY BE ATTAINING HIGH LEVEL RELIABILITY I1 RELAXATION. ALSO DESCRIBES TEMPORARY OR ENCOUNTERED I1 A SURVIVAL SITUATION I THE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. TRAE;S THE STUDIES PERMANENT INJURIES RESULTING FROM TOXIC ARCTIC, IN THE DESERT, IN TiE TROPICS AND WHICH DEF;NED THE RELIABILITY PROBLEM AND GASES, TEMPERATURE EXTREMES, IMPROPER 1O WATER. DESCRIBES METNODS OF DETECTING, DEVELOPE'. AGREE PRINCIPLES. DEPICTS THE FOODS, ALCOHOL, ETC. RECONSTRUCTION OF UNDERSTANDING AND COMBATING SUCH STRESSES DEVELOPMENT OF TESTING PROCEDURES FOR SEVERAL ACCIDENTS SHOWS HOW THE SAFETY OF AS HUNGER, THIRST, COLD, FATIGUE, AND FEAR. PROVING RELIABILITY. MAN REQUIRES A SENSIBLE OBSERVANCE OF HIS SNOWS NOV TO RECOGNIZE AND AVOID REjA WIS: PE FOR GOVERMEIT CONTRACTORS AND OTHER PHYSIOLOGICAL LIMITS. DEHYDRATION. EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF PROFESSIONALLY INTERESTED GROUPS ONLY. ALSO REMANKS: PE TO PROFESSIONALLY INTERESTED GROUPS READING f4 SURVIVAL. MANUALS AND VIEWING training FILMS DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 HIlN, VIDEO TAPE. ONLY. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRI NUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE OF RESPIRATION AND OF MAN AND SAFETY CIRCULATION SUPERVISION OF AIR BASSES AMMD FRONTS 16, OTION PICTURE, 0261iN, NOTION PICTURE, 026 NIN, 1963 "AIR MASSIES CEA6FORPE UCL CLAAD FOR PS UNL 10, MOTION PICTUKIIE 012 1IN, 1962 EED FOR E, TV, TI, PS UICL EXPLAINS FUNCTIONS OF THE CIRCULATORY AND DISCUSSES SUPERVISION AND ITS ROLE IN HUMAN RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS WITHIN THE HUMAN BODY FAILURE ACCIDENTS. POINTS OUT THAT OUTLINES FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR MASSES. COVERS AND SHOWS HOW THEY WORK TOGETHER UNDER SUPERVISION RANGES FROM TOP EXECUTIVES TO GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS AID CAUSES OF DIRECTION OF THE BRAIN THROUGH REFLEL INDIVIDUALS CORKING ALONE AND THAT ALL STABLE AND UNSTABLE AIR. OTHER SEQUENCES CHENOEECEPTOR CONTROL. DEPICTS RELATION OF SUPERVISORY LEVELS ARE OF EQUAL IMPORTANCE, DISCUSS CUMULUS AND STRATUS CLOUD LAYERS, THESE.CCPlLX SYSTEMS WITH THE DELINEATES RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERVISOR TURWHULFNCE, VARIOUS DIRECTIONS OF AIR MASS PHYSIOLOGICAL PROBLERS OF FLIGHT. IN ATTAINIAG GOALS, IN ASSIGNING AND MOVEMENTS AND EFFECTS OF HEAT, COLD, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN3/4 1iX, VIDEOTAPE. MONITORING TASKS, IN DELEGATING AUTHORITY, ALTITUDE AND NOIST AIR. IN UNDERSTANDING HIS MEN'S BASIC NEEDS, AND REIARUM: ALSO DISTRIBUTED 1R 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DF OXYGEN THERAPY - -- IN MEETING DEMANDS OF CHANGING TIMES. PUTS THEORY AND PROCEDURE HEAVY EMPHASIS ON ''NO MARGIN FOR ERROR' OF AIR BASSES ANO FRONTS 16, NOTION PICTURE, 022 1IN, 1962 IN THE AREA OF NUCLEAR SAFETY. DRAMATIZES FRONTS AND THE SURFACE CIAAd FOR PE, PS SEVERAL ACCIDENTS TO SHOW TIE CONSEQUENCES WEATHER NAP OF POOR SUPERVISION, ALSO ILLUSTRATES THE 10i NOTION PICTURE 010 NI1, 1962 OUTLINES PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF ROLE OF POSITIVE SUPERVISION IN PREVENTING FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UNCI OXYGEN THERAPY AND SHOWS USE AND HANDLING A MAJOR CATASTROPHE. OF OXYGEN APPARATUS. DEMONSTRATES IASK, REMARKS: PE TO PROFESSIONALLY INTERESTED GROUPS SHOWS OEXPLAIS NOV USE FRONTS OF SURFACE FORM FROM WEATHER 1ARS AND APS COLD AMDO TENT ADMINISTRATION. AND NASAL CATHETER RETHODS OF ONLY. ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AIR. SHOWS HOW WEATHER PATTERNS APPEAR ON REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 1ICH, VIDEO TAPE OF RELIABILITY - PART AND THE MAP AND DISCUSSES SERERAL WIND P,'tCEL DIRECTIONS, 1I11O SHIFTS, LOW PRESSURE 2761W-OF MAN AND SAFETY - 16M NOTION ýicture, 028 RIN, 1963 TROUGH, FRONTAL SURFACES, AND TEMPERATURE COMUN ICATIONS CLEAAD FOR PE, PS CHANGES. ALSO COVERS PROGNOSTIC CHARTS. 16i MOTION PICTURE 030 HIM 1963 "REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED N1 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS DESCRIBES RELIABILITY STANDARDS ESTABLISHED WITHIN AIR FORCE SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS OF AIR MASSES ANN) FRONTS - DISCUSSES THE NEED FOR A BETTER COWHANDS. EXPLAINS HOW THE STANDARDS SERVE THE COLD FRONT UNDERSTANDING OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS AS PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS AND MANAGEAENT 10lE MOTION PICTURE 009 NIX, 1962 IMPORTANCE IN PREVENTING ACCIDENTS. POINTS TOOLS IN PROCUREMENT OF ELECTPONIC FOR PE, "TV, TH, PS OUT HOW ABILITY TO IMPART INFORMATION ANq) REPLACEMENT PARTS. SHOWS HOW THE STANDARDS SHARE KNOWLEDGE CAN CONTRIBUTE TO A REDUCE COSTS AND INCREASE PRODUCT EXPLAINS THE VARiGUS CAUSES OF COLD FRONTS. REDUCTION IN ACCIDENTS. DISCUSSES THE RELIABILITY. SNOWS HOW THEY APPEAR ON THE NAP. EXAMINES VARIOUS BEANS OF CONWUNICATIO1 THAT RANGE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THEIR TYPICAL STRUCTURES, AND POINTS OUT FROM ORAL ADO WRITTEN EXPRESSION TO MAN- 9KERE SAO WEATHER USUALLY FOlRS. ALSO MACHINE IPTERCOINUNICATION. REENACTS OF REFRIGERATION -. COVERS SUMMER AND WINTER COLD FRONTS AND SEVERAL ACCIDENTS TO SHOM CONSEQUENCES OF PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICAL N SQUALL LINES. TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE INFORMATION, GARBLED REFRIGERATION REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. AND EAR MESSAGES, AND EMOTIONAL 16, NOTION PICTURE, 012 IMi, O 5 F A IR MA S SE S A N D F RNO I T S DIFFICULTIES. REMARKS: ALSO D ISTR IBUTED 1R 3/4!ININ, VIDO~l TAP E. CLDEAFD FOR PE, PS. THE WARIM FRONT SHOWS APPLICATION OF BASIC PHYSICS OF HEAT 160, OTION PICTURE Oil 1I1, OF MAN AND SAFETY - -. TRANSFER IN REFRIGERATION UNITS, EXPLAINS FOR PE, TV, TH,. PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN REFRIGERANT PASSING 16I MOTION PICTURE 024 NiN, 1963 THROUGH THE EXPANSION VALVE, COMPRESSOR, DISCUSSES HAZARDS OF THE WARN FRONT AND ECA) FOR PE, TV. N P URCL CONDENSER AND EVAPORATCO AS IT CARRIES HEAT SHOWS NOW IT FORMS. COVERS NIl8O STRATUS, TO TUE OUT'IDE AIR. AND ALTO STRATUS CLOUD DECKS, SUMNER AND DESCRIBES HAM'S PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS AND NEMARKS: PUBLIC SALE IN CONTENTAL US ONLY. ALSO "WINTER PATTERNS, AREAS OF INSTABILITY AND RELATES THEN TO HUMAN ERROR ACCIDENTS. DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCA, VIDEO TAPE. STRUOCTUR.AL. ICE. IDELINEATES HUNAN FRAILTIES IN MOVEMENT, REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 311 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SOUND, VISION, BALANCE AND VERTIGO, TACTILE OF REFRIGERATION -- SENSITIVITY, PERCEPTION AND REFLEXES. EVACUATING AND CHARGING OF AIR MASSES AND FRONTS - RECONSTRUCTS SEVERAL ACCIDENTS TO SHOW THE 1IR NOTION PICTURE, 013 WIN, THE OCCLUDED FRONT CONSEQUENCES OF EXCEEDING ONE'S PHYSICAL CLEAED FOR PE, PS 160il WkTION PICTURE , CAPACITES. PS REMA,/S: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEMONSTRATES PROCEDURES FOR REMOVING AIR AND MOISTURE FROM REFRIGERATION LINES AND OUTLINES PRINCIPLES OF THE OCCLUDED FRONT; OF MAN AND SAFETY - -. CHARGING THE UNIT WITH FRESH R.12 SNOHS HOW IT FORMS AND DISLUSSES ITS PHYSIOLOGICAL LINITATIOHIS REFRIGERANT. SHOWS HOW TO ATTACH THE "ASSOCIATED WEATHER. POINTS OUT EFFECTS OF IKE MOTION PICTURE 026IIIN 1963 NANIFOLD GAUGE ASSENBLY, EVACUATE THE N WARM A'R COLD AiR MIXTURES IN SUMMER A30 CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS SYSTEM AND CONDUCT A LEAK TEST PRIO TO wi IHTER. CHARCING. RUMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INHU, VIDEO 'APE. THIS OUTLINE OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL NAKEUP OF REMARKS: PUBLIC SALE IN CONTINENTAL US ONLY. ALSO NAN SHOWS THE BOUNDARIES BEYOND WHICHUMAN DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 2754W-OF A4REE IN ACTION EFFICIENCY BREAKS DOWN AND ACCIDENTS OCCUR. * 160 MOTION PICTURE 043 MIN, 1962 ALSO POINTS OUT ADDED COMPLEXITY OF OF MOUNTAIN AND DESERT ",U, FOR PE, HISTRICAL UCL EQUIPPING RAM TO SURVIVE ENVIRONMENTS OF SURVIVAL -.- MOUNTAIN OUTER SPACE. EXPLAINS IN DETAIL WHAT THE SURWIVAL AS INDICATED THEINITIALS AGREE (ADVISORY BODY DEMANDS FOR NORMAL FUNCTIONING 16, MOTION PICTURE. 028 NIH, C48-- i.- -'

225 DoD C.4 mm Re P, m C CO..nEmD FOR P WICiL'OBSERVING FIRE SAFETY IN DAILY LIVING. ILLUSTRATES SUCH HAZARDS AS OVERLOADING DEMONSTRATES PRINCIPLES OF SURVIVAL I PRESENTS GENERAL GUIDELINES TOWARDS TAKING WIRING AND ELECTRIC CORDS RUNNING UNDER NOUNTAIIO#S REGIONS. OUTLINES SYSTEMATIC PROFESSIONAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS. EXPLAINS RUGS. OUTLINES FIRE SURVIVAL RULES SHOWS PROCED!'AES FOR PROMOTING RESCUE AND IMPORTANCE OF PROPER FILM, LIGHTING, ARC HOW CARELESSNESS AND PANIC BRING TRAGEDY TO MAINTAINING PERSORAL HEALTH AND COMFORT. COMPENSATING. SHOWS HOV TECHNIQUES VARY IN A FAMI LY. "SNOWS HOV TO OBTAIN FOOD AND WATER, TAKING OUTDOOR SHOTS, STUDIO PORTRAITS, AND REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CONSTRUCT A SHELTER, BUILD SIGNAL FIRES, INDOOR SHOTS POSING SPECIAL PROBLEMS. ALSO ETC. EMPHASIZES THE NECESSITY OF CALMNESS DEPICTS PROCESSING PROCEDURES. 27B55.OF STRUCTURAL FIRE AND CLEAR THINKING. POINTS OUT NOW PANIC REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SUPPRESSION PROCEDURES AND FEAý CAM RESULT 11 TRAGE DY. 160 MOTION PICTURE 036 VIM, 1968 IRBAS: PUBLIC SALE IN CONTINENTAL USA ONLY. ALSO 2782$-DF USE OF FULLY CRINPABLE CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, TU, PS, UNC CISTRI BUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. COPIECTORS AWD CRIMPING TOOLS HISTORICAL 1611 NOTION PICTURE 026 1IN, OF MOUNTAIN P-MO DESERT CDED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UACL USES MODERN FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPIENT AND SURVIVAL -.. DESERT SURVIVAL HISTORICAL ADVANCED TECHNIQUES TO DEMONSTRATE REAL 1 INOTION PICTURE, 031 Ill, 1963 PROPERTY FIRE SUPPRESSION AND RESCUE CLAE FOR PE, PS DEMONSTRATES USE OF CR'IPING TOOLS FOR OPERATIONS. SHOWS EQUIPMENT LAYOUT SUCH As REPLACING BROKEN OR BENT PINS IN COAXIAL LAYING FIRE HOSE, HOOKING TO PLUGS, AND OUTLINES PRINCIPLES OF DESERT SURVIVAL. CABLE PLUGS. SHOWS HOW Tn REMOVE DEFECTIVE PROVIDING CONNECTING LINES FOR BACKUP, SHOWS PROCEDURES FOR PROMOTING RESCUE AND CONNECTORS, STRIP WIRE AND CRIMP AND TO REVIEWS PROCEDURES USED FRON FIRE INCEPTION VAINTAINING PERSONAL HEALTH AND COMFORT. INSTALL NEW PINS. ALSO DESCRIBES TYPES OF TO EXTINGUISHMENT. ELABORATES ON AIR FORCE POINTS OUT SOURCES OF FOOD AND WATER, TOO0S CONTAINED IN THE CRIMPING KIT BASE PREFIRE PLAN. REVIEWS FIRE ALARM "EXPLAINS SHELTER CONSTRUCTION AND DISCUSSES INCLUDING THE ASTO 34M SUBMINIATURE SET. CENTER OPERATIONS, AND METHODS OF ALE;TING USE IMPORTANCE OF SIGNAL OF FIRES CALMNESS AND AND MIRROR. CLEA16 EMPHASIZES THINKING. RE.iARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. OTHERS. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DEMONSTRATES!lE TRAGEDY THAT CAN RESULT DF FLYING SWEPT WING T.TAIL FROM FEAR ANO PANIC. JET TRANSPORTS DF TROUBLESHOOTING ELECTRIC RIMARKS: PUBLIC SALE IN CONTINENTAL USA ONLY. ALSO 61 NOTIONP966 CIRCUITS 3ISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 IN CH, VIDEO TAPE. CL.A.ED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS 166 NOTION PICTUREI 0S6 MIN OF ATMSPHERIC PENETRATION CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS UC EXPLAINS PERFORIANCE CHARACTERISTICS, UHCL "BASIC DYMAMICS OF REENTRY FLIGHE FEATURES, DESIGN CONFIGURATION, AND SHOWS HOW TO LOCATE AND REPAIR SHORTED, 16, NOTION PICTURE, U18 1IN, 1965 OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF SWEPT WING T.TAIL GROUNDED AH0 OPEN CIRCUITS FOR PI, TV ON" UOL JET TRANSPORTS. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. EEREMARKS: PRODUCED IAN ISO CRITERIA. ALSO EXPLAINS NOW TNEROOKINETIC KETEORIC PNENOOER ENERGY ACTS A ANC UPON POINTS REENTRY OUT DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. 27$72.DF CIRCUITS MAINTENANCE.. USE OF OF ENERGIZED RUBBER VEHICLES PENETRATING THE EARTH'S OF C.130 AIRCRAFT PROTEClIlE EQUIPMENT "ATMOSPHERE. SHOWS HOW VEHICLE CONSTRUCTION, INTRODUCTION 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 BIN, 1971 DESIGN, ANGLE OF REENTRY AND RATE OF 1631,OTIONOPICTUREH, 19UC DECELERATION COUNTERACT DESTRUCTIVE HEAT CL6IE FOTION 012 U 19J CL VT. PS. FORCES. ALSO DISCUSSES DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CLDE.D FOR PC, TV, TH PS, FOR UNICL FORCES.ALL SOC DISCUSES DIRENESTR BETWEEN OFFICIAL USE OLY OUTLINES SPECIFIC ORNK TASKS IN MAINTENANCE BA.LISTIC WARHEAD AND REENTRY VEHICLE OF ENERGIZED HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS. COVERS "DESIGNS. PICTUES VARIOUS MODELS AND EXPLAINS THEIR ELECTRICAL HAZARDS AND COUNTERMEASURES,.4_ REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. PRIMAR! USES AND DIFFERENCES DESCRIBES PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, WORK CREW SAFETY "CARGO OR SEAT CONFIGURATION Oi EACH. USES PRACTICES, USE OF HIGH VOLTAGE MAINTENANCE OF ROCKET PROPULSION THE E MODEL TO DEMONSTRATE GENERAL EQUIPIENT, AND POLE TOP SAFETY PROCEDURES. 16, NOTION PICTURE 030 WIN 1964 CPABILITIES OF THE AIRCRAFT. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CLFAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS WUCL REMAR: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE DF MAINTENANCE OF ENERGIZED - EXPLAINS FUNDAMENTALS OF LIQUID, SOLID, OF C.110 AIRCRAFT.. CIRCUITS.- USE OF HOT LINE.NUCLEAR, AND ELECTRIC PROPULSION SYSTEMS. FAMILIARIZATION EXTERIOR TOOLS ON CIRCUITS OF OVER "" DISCUSSES LAWS OF THRUST, SPECIFIC IMPULSE AND MASS RATIO. EXPLAINS OPERATIONAL 163 NOTION PICTURE 0221I ,000 VOLTS PRINCIPLES OF ROCKET E.NGINES AND DEFINES CLLAkED FOR PE TV, PS, F6R 16E NOTION PICTURE 020 IN, 1971 COMPOSITE, DOUBLE BASE. CRYOGENIC, AMI OFFICIAL r.e OLY CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS RESTRICTED BURNING PROPELLANTS. CITES COVERS A WALK AROUND INSPECTION OF THE C. OUTLINES SPECIFIC WORK TASKS IN MAINTENANCE POTENTIAL USES OF ARC, PLASMA AND ION JETS 130E AIRCRAFT. SHOWS EXTERNAL FUEL TANKS, OF ENERGIZED CIRCUITS CARRYING IN EXCESS OF IN ELECTRIC PROPULSION. JACK PADS, EXTERNAL POWER RECErTACLES, 5,000 VOLTS. EMPHASIZING PERSONAL SAFETY, OF SPACE IN PCRNPECTIVE BATTERY COMPARTMENT, DANGER AREAS, MOORING KEY POINTS ARE ELECTRICAL HAZARDS AND W11 NOTION PICTURE 027 WIN 1965 POINTS, ETC. COUNTERMEASURES, USE OF HIGH VOLTAGE CLLTOED FOR PE, TV, th, PS, UICL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. EQUIPMENT AND GROUND AND POLE TOP WORK NISTOICALPRACTICES F C.13O AIRCRAFT REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. REVIEWS, EVALUATES, AND PRESENTS FAMILIARIZATION - TOP AND THE0OETICAL FORECAST OF UNITED STATES SPACE INTERIOR 2780S.OF SPECTROMETRIC OIL EFFORTS. DEPICTS TYPES OF SATELLITES AND 161 NOTION PICTURE 022 din 1966 ANALYSIS PROGRAM SOAP SPACE VEHICLES AND EXPLAINS THEIR CLFEkED FOR P, TV, th, Ps FOR UMOL 16, NOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, 1967 APPLICATIONS. DISCUSSES TITAN AND SATURN OFFICIAL USE 5LY CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TK, PS PRIDGRAMS., "..,REMARKS: R ALSO L DISTRIBUTED B IN 3/4 / )INCH, VIDEO ILOCATES TAPE. VARIOUS TOPSIDE AND INTERIOR ITEMS DEMONSTRATES TESTING OF OIL SAMPLES FROM OF THE C-130E AIRCRAFT. DESCRIBES ESCAPE AIRCRAFT ENGINES TO DETERMINE METAL NEAR DF OPERATION " UICK PICKUJP - HATCHES, SAFE WALKWAYS, INSPECTION POINTS, DEFINES EMISSION AND ATOMIC ABSORPTION THE 443L STORY CONPONE., TS OF FUEL, ELECTRICAL, HYDRAULIC SPECTROMETERS AND ILLUSTRATES THEIR ir1111 NOTION PICTURE 018 MIN 1964 AND OXYGEN SYSTEMS, EMERGENCY EQUIPIENT, OPERATING PRINCIPLES. SHOWS HOW TO TAKE OIL "CUED FOR PK, TV, Nw, PS UNL FIRST AID KITS. ETC. SAMPLES, PROCESS THEN AND ANALYZE RESULTS. REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED N 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. DISCUSSES VALUE OF PROGRAM IN DETECTING DEFINES THE LATEST ADVANCES IN LOGISTIC ENGINE DAMAGE IN TINE TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS. SUPPORT AND SHOWS OPERATION OF THE 463L, A OF FIRE PREVENTION AND THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SYSTEM FOR TRANSPORTING materials FROM HONE CONUS DEPOTS TO COMBAT ZONES. K116 NOTION PICTURe 025 WIN, S.OF AIR FORCE VETERINARY CLE.AED FOR E, TV, N, P U LOSUPPORT FOR MILITARY DOG J27771-DF COLOR PHIOTOGRAPHY T, PUNLPROGRAM IN SEA I6E, NOTION PICTURE, 019 1IN, 1966 DISCUSSES INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN 16MM, NOTION PICTURE, 024 MIN,

226 DoO C-4 DESIGN. CAPABILITIES AND OPERATION FOR CM, TEACHES PILOTS THE FEATURES. CAPABILITIES, ROLE IN CREATING RELIGIOUS EDUCATION VOICE AIND TELETYPEWRITER COMMUNICATIONS; AND OPERATION OF THE AN/ASl-64. EXPLAINS CLIMATE, ESTABLISHING A RELIGIOUS ADVISORY OPERATOR MAINTENANCE: VARIOUS MODELS Of SET NOW THE OVERALL SYSTEM AND THE INDIVIDUAL BOARD, AND IN OPERATIONAL CONTROL OF AID RELATED TELETYPEWRIIER SETS AND COMPONENTS WORK TO RECEIVE, PROCESS, AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM. E IINOT. DISPLAY INFORMATION. USE OF THE AN/AS-GT4,.- 1, A IS DEMONSTRATEMON S 1 INFRED OA THANKSGIVING THANKS FOR S2e$17.DA 0 *'S LAV RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHT AT NIGHT. CHAT? L UINARY AND CONCLUSION FILM 16MM MOTION PICTURE 021 BIN, 1964 "LEARED FOR PE, TV, tm, PS, DA RADAR SET ANIPPS.- 16HM NOTION PICTURE, 001 NIN, 1968 "HISTORICAL OPERATION AND AMAPACKING CLEARED FOR PE, PS UNC 16 1 NOTION PICTURE 025 MIN, 196 PRINCIPLES OF BASIC ELECTRON'CS; THEORY AND CH le FOR PE, TV, th, PS, THIS ISSUMNARY AND CONCLUSION FILM TO BE AP.LICATION OF OHM'S LAW Ail ELECTRONIC HISTORICAL USED AFTER OPEN-END DISCUSSION FILM, TF 16- CIRCUITS; VALUE OF OHM'S LAW IN REPAIR OF THANKSGIVING IS DEFINED AS AN ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS. COMPONENTS, ASSEIBLY, AND EMPLACEMENT OF INDIVIDUAL EXPRESSION OF THE HEART FOR THE REMARKS: REPLACES TF THE SET: HOW IT IS OPERATED TO DETECT, BLESSINGS OF LIFE. LOCATE, AND IDENTIFY NOVING TARGETS THROUGH REMARKS: (SEE TF FOR OPEN EN DISCUSSION DA BASIC AMPLIFIERS VISUAL AND AURAL RADAR SIGNALS; DISASSEMBLY FILM) 1. P RAND io MPACKING THE EQUIPIERT FOR MOVEMENT MOTIR F PICTUR, P 030 IS, 1964 TO NEXT SURVEILLANCE SITE DA MRAL RESPONSIBILITY OF -. CU FOR PE,,PdS SAFETY SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION ""THEORY, CONSTRUCTIO AND OPERATION OF BASIC DA MRAL RESPONSIBILITY OF FILM T, T O O I BSAFETY OPEN END DISCUSSION AMPLIFIERS IS EXPLAINED. FOUR GENERAL FILM 160 NOTIONPICTURE 008 NIX, 1967 METHODS OF COUPLING ARE ALSO DISCUSSED. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 006 MIN, 1959 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, S " DA RADAR PRINCIPLES PULSE CLEAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS THIS ISTHE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION FILl TO MODULATED RADAR TYPICAL SMALL AMERICAN CITY FOUR RN BE USED AFTER OPEN.END DISCUSSION FILM, T' 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 023 IN, 1965 PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEVER MET ARE SUDDENLY PRESENTATION DEFINES THE TRAFFIC IUNL NVOLVED IN A TRAGIC ACCIDENT. EACH BLAMES SAFETY PROBLEM AS A MORAL PROBLEM ANO THE DESCRIBES CAPABILITY, THEORY OF OPERATION THE OTHER FOR THE ACCIDFNT. RESPONSIBILITY OF EVERY CITIZEN. DECIE AND MILITARY APPLICATIONS OF PULSE REMARKS: (SEE TF FOR S AND CONCLUSI REBARKS: (SEE TF FO. OPEN END DISCUSSION MIOULATED RADAR. FILS ) FILM) REMARKS: REPLACES TF , TF , TF DA WOMEN'S SERVICE TO THE DA WOMEN'S SRVICE TO THE 1337 NATION OPEN END DISCUSSION NATION SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION DA FREQUENCY MOULATION FILM FILM PART FEUASIC I PRINCIPLES 160M NOTION PICTURE 010 MIN, H, MOTION PICTURE, 008 MIN, 1968 PAN PICU I C PRIN C IPL 4 CLEAED FOR PE, TV,PS CLEARAE FOR PE, TV UNC '.- 16MMR MOTION PICTURE. 026 MIN, 1964 C"AE FOR PE, TV, TH, PS DEALS WI FH THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF AMERICAN THIS ISTHE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION FILM TO -FUNDAMENTALS OF AM AN FM RADIO WOMEN FOR THE NATIONAL' WELFARE. FROM BE USED AFTER OPEN-END DISCUSSION FILM, TF COLONIAL TINES TO THE PRESENT PRESENTATION DESCRIBES THE COMMUNICATION, HOW FM ELIMINATES PROBLEM OF RMRS E F1.71FRSAtADCNLSO NROSCNRBTO FHMNO MRC ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE, FUNCTIONING OF FO FljA OL IN TSE SERVICE OF THE NATION AS RECORDED IN RADIO EXAMINED DETAIL. FTHE PAGES OF AMERICAN HISTORY. REJMRIKS: REPLACES TF DA THANKSGIVING. THANKS FOR REMARKS: (SEE TF FOR OPEN END DISCUSSION SLWHAT OPEN END DISCUSSION FILM FILM) 264O5.DA METEOROLOGICAL 11,iOIRPCUE 1 i,16 "INSTRUMENTS PART I 16M OTION PICTURE, 012 M1N, DA CHAPLAIN'S ASSISTANT POTENTIOMETER TYPE RECORDERS THIS IS MY PLACE, THE 16MM NOTION PICTURE, 016 MIN, 1965 REEXAM INES THE MEANING OF THANKSGIVING IN 16E MOTION PICTURE, 030 NIH, 1968 FORPE MODERN TERMS AND REINFORCES THE PRESENT DAY CLEAAED FOR Pt, P UNO SOLDIER'S MOTIVES GIVING THANKS. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS, USES, AND REMARKS: SEE TF FOR SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION DELINEATES THE WIDE VARIETY OF DUTIES OF A CAPABILITIES OF SINGLE PEN, TWO PER, AND FILM. CHAPLAIN'S ASSISfANT AND THE TRAINING, MULTIPRINT RECORDERS; PROCEDURES FOLLOWED TRAITS, AND SKILLS REQUIRED TO FULFILL TO INSURE OPTIMIJI OPERATION DA COMMUNISM AND FREEDOM THEM. OPEN END 9I1CUSSION FILM 2 A410.A MICROWLAVE OSCILLATONS 165 MOTION PICTURE, 015 MIN, DA AUTHORITY AND THE SOLDIER.;,PART I N EFLEX KLYSTRONS I E FOR P UR CLtARFE) FOR PE, 197U 16 E MOTION PICTURE, 015 MIN, 1NCL 160 MOTION PICTURE 020 M11, 1965 CLEAOED FOR Pt, TV, PS ANEW TRAINEE EXPRESSES HIS RESENTMENT OVER THE DEMANDS MADE 0N HIS PERSONAL FREEDOM EXPLAINS THAT MILITARY AUTHORITY IS NOT COMMON TYPES, FEATURES AND APPLICATION OF DURING BASIC TR^dNING. NIS SERGEANT BASED ON RANK ALONE, BUT IMPLIES SPECIAL,LYSTRON TUBES; FUNCTIONING OF CONPOIENTS; EXPLAINS WHAI FREEDOM NEARS; HE STRESSES SKILLS AND TRAINING; AND THAT THE SOLDIER, "MODES OF KLYSTRON OPERATION; COARSE AND THAT IT IS UP 10 MODERN SOLDIERS TO BE THOUGH UNDER AUTHORITY, STILL HAS FREEDOM. FINE TUNING PROCEDURES. TRAINED AND DISCIPLINED TO DEFEND THE REMARKS: REPLACES TF DA CAPACITANCE PART I RATIONAL2. HERITAGE AND THE SOLDIER 1970 PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL REMARKS: SEE TF FOR SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION CHARACTERISTICS AND FACTORS FILM 16Ml, OTiON PICTURE, 019 in, "AFFECTING CAPACITANCE 2054DA POST CHAPLAIN AS PASTOR,, T, S NOTION MO0 PICTURE 029 IN, 1965 TH DEL NEATES THE IMPORTANT CONCEPTS AND CLdAd EFOR PE, TV, hs 161M MOTION PICTURE, 032 MIR, 1967 ESSSNTIAL SPIRIT OF THE AMERICAN HERITAGE -CHARACTERISTICS, APPLICATIONS, FUNCTIONING CL D FOR PE UNKL AS I f IS SYMBOLIZED ON AMERICAN MILITARY INSTALLATIONS. "AND EFFECTS OF CAPACITANCE ON ELECTRONIC AIS, DUTIES AND ACTIVITIES OF THE POST REMARKS: REPLACES TF AND TF CIRCUITS. ' CHAPLAIN AS PASTOR FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL S REilARKS: REPLACES OF ANTHIS, A P NT UNIT CHAPLAINS DA MY COUNTRY 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 013 MIN, 1970.' DA DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEM DA EDUCATOR, POST CHAPLAIN THE AS CLFARE' FOR PE UNC AN/ASN.64 OPERATION 16MM MOTION PICTURE 031 Mi1, MM MOTION PICTURE, 029 M1N, 1966 DELINEATES THE DIVERSITY AND IDEALS THAT IS. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, S UMCL CLE.AED FOR PE, PS AMERICA, AS NELL AS HER PROBLEMS AND C-73 -SI

227 "*" D.CO 5M4.2.C*4 POTENTIAL, TO EVOKE AN AWARENESS WITHIN THE 16MM NOTION PICTURE 015 MIM, 1972 S INDIVIDUAL OF HIS RELATIONSHIP AND CF FOR PE, TV, URL DS DESCRIBES THE ORIGIP AND TRADITION OF THE * RESPONSIBILITY TO HIS COUNTRY. HONOR GUARD, AND ITS ROLE TODAY IN THE REMAIRKS: REPLACES TF AND TF PRESENTS A "IESTERN'" DRAMABOUT A SHERIFF HONOR GUARD CEREMONY AND MILITARY FUNERAL. 4aO DOUBTS HIS MOTIVES AFTER KILLING AN S21564-GA RESPONSIBILITY OUTLAY. #HEN THE SHERIFF NEEDS HELP AGAIN, DA CIVIL DISTURBANCES 16N NOTION PICTURE, 008 BIN, 1970 HIS DEPUTY OUST DECIDE WHAT HIS PRINCIPLES OF CONTROL CEARED FOR PE, PS RESPONSIBILITY IS. 16M NOTION PICTURE 035 #IN 1968 DELINEATES THE MEANING AND IMPORTANCE OF REMARKS: REPLACES TF CLEAkED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL 'JNCL RESPCNSIBLE ADULT BEHAVIOR 7OR THE GOOD OF 2BSS.DA CHAPLAIN IN THE ARMY PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF CONTROL THE INUIVIDUAL SOLDIER AND FUR THE COUNTRY. COUUNITY, THE APPLICABLE TO STAGED DEMONSTRATIONS, PROFESSIONAL AGITATORS, FULL FORCE RIOTS, 2155-DA HAPPY NE YEAR HARRYIC VIDEOTAPE, 020 BIN, 1973 LOOTING, ARSON AND SNIPERS; ANO PREVENTIVE "ANDCLERED)ORPEPS MEASURES TO RESTORE LAW AND ORDER DURING *, 16M NOTION PICTURE, 015 BIN, 1970 THE WIDE RANGE OF COUNSELLING AND RELIGIOUS AND AFTER LARGE SCALE DISTURBANCES. S CF. EDO FOR PE ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY THE ARMY CHAPLAIN DA CIVIL DISTURBANCES PART ARE NOTED AND DISCUSSED. A WOULD-BE SUICIDE II PLANNING FOR CONTROL FLASHBACKS INTO THE LIVES OF TWO OLD WHO CALLS THE CHAPLAIN FOR HELP DRAMATIZES T FRIENDS POINT UP THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TYPES OF PROBLEMS WITH WHICH CHAPLAINS KCTION PICTURE 033 MIN, 1970 PERSERVERANCE AND ENUORANCE IN MAKING BECOME INVOLVED. SEVERAL INSTANCES SHOW NOW O T - PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PROGRESS. AL'S CHAPLAINS DEAL WITF PERSONAL AND JOB HISTORICAL LACK OF THESE TRAITS RESULTS IN A STEADILY RELATiD PROBLEMS OF SOLDIFRS AND THEIR AN OVERALL VIEW OF THE ADVANCE PLANNING DETERIORATING IMAGE, WHEREAS HARD WORKING DEPENDENTS. RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND WORK NECESSARY FOR CONTROL OF CIVIL DISTURBANCES HARRY "/. REBAit(S: ACHIEVES REPLACES SUCCESS. TF WITH YOUTH GROUPS ARE ILLUSTRATED. BY LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL AUTHORITIES DA CHAPLAIN AND THE MILITARY FOCUS IS PLACED ON THE FOUR MAJOR PLANNING DA MY BIRTHRIGHT FUNERAL SERGEANT FOLEY AREAS: INTELLIGENCE, PERSONNEL, LOGISTICS, 16C E FOTION PicTURE, 008 MI, 1970 COMES HONE, THE AND OPERATIONS. CLENED FOR PE, TV, UL Cs 16BI NOTION PICTURE 021 MIN, DA PHYSICAL SECURITY-PART X., DELINEATES THE IPORTANCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, OS IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL r', " " IN OUR DEMOCRACY, AND STRESSES THE FACT ILLUSTRATES THE KEY ROLE OF THE CHAPLAIN IN 16MM MOTION PICTURE 022 BIN, 1971 THAT THE FREEDOMS OF THE INDIVIDUAL ARE THE AID AND COMFORT OF THE FAMILY OF A CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS PROTECTED BY THE 8ILL OF RIGHTS. DECEASED SERVICEMAN, AND HIS PART IN A DISCUSSES PURPOSE AND TECHNIQUES OF ID AND REMARKS: REPLACES TF AND TF TYPICAL SIMPLE HONORS FUNERAL SERVICE. CONTROL PROCEDURES. INCLUDES BADGES, ACCESS DA MODERATION OA ARNOR BATTALION LISTS, DURESS CODES, AND NEW EQUIPMENT. 161 MOTION PICTURE 019 BIN, 1971 MAINTENANCE PLATOON FIELP DA PHYSICAL SECURITY PART CLED COR PE, TV, PS UCL OPERATIONS, THE VI RAILWAY SECURITY 161. MOTION PICTURE, 024 MIN, MW MOTION PICTURE, 025 MIN, 1971 DEMONSTRATES THE VALUE OF MODERATE AND CLEARED FOR PE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, RATIONAL HUMAN BEHAVIOR BY SHOWING THE IRRATIONALITY OF IMMODERATE BEHAVIOR. ORGANIZATION, EQUIPMENT AND OPERATIONS OF HISTORICAL REKMA : REPLACES TF AND TF PLATOON FACILITIES AND LAYOUT OF ASSEMBLY DESCRIBES RESPONSIBILITIES AND CAPABILITIES AND WORK AREAS - PROCEDURES FOLLOWED IN OF RAILWAY SECURITY OPERATIONS DURING A "2$512.DA WORLDS CHAMPION HATER, RECOVERY AND REPAIR OF DISABLED TTNK. MOBILIZATION SITUATION IN CONUO AND IN A 1 HE 2M1 69-DA MILITARY POLICE SUPPORT THEATER OF OPERATIONS. CLUDED 16C E FOTION FOR PE, PICTURE, TiV, OS UIN, UK UML I17 IN AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS DA 74DA PHYSICAL PSILSEUTY"AR SECURITY. PART 0OTION PICTURE1 014 IN, 1953 Vill " CARGO SECURITY A TV TALK SHOW GUEST IS MIRE GRIBBLE, THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, 160M MOTION PICTURE 024 IIN, 1971 WORLD'S CHAMPION HATER. THIS CARICATURE HISTORICAL CLEANED FOR PE, PS EXPOSES THE ROOTS OF TRAEI I T RNGT, FEAR, PREJUDICE AP D STEROTYPIG. IN CHILDHOODDEPICTS THE DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DESCRIBES THE DUTIES OF SECURITY PATROLS IN TREMAINNG EPLARS AND TERTYP3 N. MILITARY POLICE IN SUPPORT OF A CONBIN ED PORT AND HARBOR FACILITIES IN CONUS AND REMARKS: REPLACES TE AND TF AMHJIBIOUS ASSAULT. OVERSEAS. ALSO DESCR I BES HAmBOR PATROLS, DA SALE, THE DA GENEVA CONVENTION PART DA US ARMY CRIMINAL 161 MOTION PICTURE 019 MIN, HANDLING OF PRISONERS OF INVESTIGATION LABORIATRIES CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, UCL KS WAR. THE 16MMSTI PICTURE, GTION 0 BIN, A DRAIMATIZES THE MORAL DILEMMA 16DHE, 1 OF OTION A PICTURE, NM, 037 C BIN, ED FOR PE 1966 CLEARED FOR PE, PS DEEPLY IN DEBT, WHO MUST DECIDE WHETHER DESCRIBES THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE SHOULD SELL HIS CAR, WHICH HE KNueS TO BE RULES AND PROCEDURES IN HANDLING PW'S FROM CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORIES AND DEFECTIVE, TO PAY HIS BILLS. THE TIME OF CAPTURE TO CONFINEMENT IN PW SHOWS HOW THEIR ANALYSIS OF EVIOENCE CAN " 2851-DA GAME PLAN CAMP; STRESS ON ROLE OF MP, RIGHTS OF PM'S AID IN SECURING CONVICTIONS, 16K MOTION PICTURE 023 BIN 1973 ARS REPLACTEOS. REMARKS: REPLACES TF CL[AAED FOR PE, TV, OS UNLCL R DA UNITED STATES COMPARES LIFE TO CHESS; SHOWS THAT ONE MUST DA GENEVA CONVENTION PART DISCIPLINARY BARRACKS: OUR II HANDLING OF CIVILIAN MISSION YOUR FUTURE, THE PCAN P UIS ASTVES RUL. ASTHAPPENSTON ICSTAKE INTERNEES, THE 16MM NOTION PICTURE 037 NIN 1972 WIEN HE RACES A STOCK * CAR. 16MM MOTION PICTURE, 022 NIN, CLEARED FOR PE 1966 CLEARED FOR PE, T. TH, PS "28589DA MORE WE CET TOGETHER. SHOWS THE FACILITIES AND OPERATION OF THE 1I6 MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1973 RULES AND PROCEDURES IN HANDLING CIVILIAN US DISCIPLINARY BARRACKS IN FT. OkCLiAED FOR PIE, TV, U'SL'97K SCONFINENEP.T INTERNEES FROM IN Cl TIME CAMP OF CAPTURE TO LEAVENWORTH, STRESS KANSAS, INCLUDING 0N TRAINING, CAMP REHABILITATION PROGRAMS, AND LEVELS OF SIX HIGH SCHOOL BI S ARE THROWN TOGETHER IN DISCIPLINE AND SECURITY. CONFINEMENT. *', A CABIN FOR A WEEKEND: PROBLEMS ARISE REMARKS: REPLACES TF 191BO9 REMARKS: REPLACES IF " BECAUSE OF THE PRESSURES OF GROUP LIVING RMRS ELCST 032 ANO CONFLICTING PERSONALITIFS DA HONORS DA INVESTIGATION OF NARCOTIC. 2SD160W MOTION PICTURE 033 MIN, 1968 AND DANGEROUS DRUG OFFENSES DA SHADOW OF A iumfight CLEARED FOR PE, HISTORICAL PART I IDENTIFYING DRUG C-74..,

228 DoD C,4 ABUSES RIFLE AND AMMUNITION; ISE OF CLEANING THIS TO BE. IN EFFECT, A FIRST USE PROHIIIITION. THE &60 NOTION PICTURE 032 1IN, 1973 EXPEDI ENTS ON LOSS Of RIFLE CLEANING UNITED STATES DOES NOT CONSIDER RIOT CONTROL AGENTS E.URE FOR PE, TV, PS UOCL EQUIPIPENT; USE OF SLA TO PREVENT WEAPON OR HERBICIDES TO BE CHEMICAL WEAPONS BUT 8Y -!EE FAI LURE; AND EMERGENCY ACTSIO IHEN NEAPON EXECUTIVE ORDER LIMIT THEIR USE TO CERTAIN THE FILE EXPLORES THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES FAILS TO FIRE. DEFENSIVE PURPOSES.) OF VARIOUS DRUGS, DESCRIBES AND DRAMATIZES THEIR EFFECT OP THE BODY, AND UNDERSCORES 26SONI.DA GENEVA CONVENirlNS AnD Z1893.DA ON POST SAFETY THE IMPORTANCE OF IDENTIFYING THE DRUG AND THE SOLDIER, THE 1601 MOTION PICTURE 022 VIMH 1952 TREATING THE INDIVIDUAL IN A PROGRA I GEARED 160, NOTION PICT1URE, 028 NIl, 1971 CLEASED FOR PE, TV, Nll, PS TO REHABILITATE THE SOLDIER-ABUSER. CIEAAEO FOR PE, TV REMINSW: ANALYSIS REPLACES TF IF CAUSES OF ACCIOENTS DRAgATIZES OCCURRING THE IMPACT OF THE GENEVA ON ARMY POSTS.HOW THEY CAN RE PREVENTED DA CODE OF THE FIGHTING MIAN CONVENTIONS. AND THEIR IMPORTANCE TO THE EMPHASIS ON INDIVIDUAL SAFETY 160 NOTION PICTURE 055 MIN, 1959 CONDUCT OF THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER. NOTE: CONSCIjNESS. FOR PET TV, NI, PS FORMAL INSTRUCTION WITH THIS FILM WILL BE PRESENTED BY OFFICERS OF TIE JUDGE ADVOCATE 289-DS-A RESIST PORTRAYS THE SIx ARTICLES OF THE CODE OF GENERALS CORPS OR OTHER LEGALLY QUALIFIED I61E MOTION PICTURE 029 MIM 1959 CONDUCT PRESCRIBED FOR THE AMERICAN SOLDIER PERSONNEL, TOGETHER WITH QUALIFIED COgPANY CL[EAED FOR PC, TV, N, PS ' WNILE IN THE SERVICE OF HIS COUNTRY. OR SIMILAR COMMANDERS. THE FILM REFERENCF (FR) MUST BE USED FOR ALL EINIBITIONS OF METHODS US!D BY THE ENEMY TO INDOCTRINATE DA MATTLE GLORY THE FILM IN ACCORDANCE WITH DA POW'S; NAYS IN WHICH THE CAPTURED SOLDIER 16E MOTION PICTURE 01711, 1962 INSTRUCTIONS. CAN RESIST CONMUNIST COLLABORATION. CLEAUED FOR PE, TV, OS REMARKS: REPLACES TF DA HANDLING AND EXPLOITATION RECOUNTS THE AROY.S HISTORIC PAST AS 2880-DA WHEN THE ENEMY IS P OF CAPTURED ENEMY DOCUMENTS REPRESENTED BY THE 145 BATTLE STREAMERS ON PRISONER 161M MOTION PICTURE 031 MIN, 1969 THE ARMY FLAG - FROM REVOLUTIONARY WAR TO 16M0 MOTION PICTURE 030 NIN, 1971 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS KOREAN WAR. CI.EAkED FOR PE, TV UCL SHOWS HOW DOCUMENTS FOUND Ob THE OA INTROOUCTION TO NORTHERN DRAMATIZES A PATROL OPERATION. SHOWING THE BATTLEGROUND, ON BODIES, AND ON PRISONERS OPERATIONS PART III RIGHT AND WRONG WAYS TO HANILE PRISONERS OF OF CAR ARE COLLECTED, TAGGED, PROCESSED FOR WINTER OPERATIONS WAR; GIVES EXAMPLES OF WOW TO HANDLE TRANSVITTAL TO HIGHER ECHELON, A.1D 16MN MOTION PICTURE 030 VIN, 1964 ILLEGAL OR EAR ORDERS. AND HOW TO EVALUATED FOR STRATEGIC AND TACTICAL CLEARED FOR PE REPORT CRIMINAL ORDERS AND ACTIONS. INTELLIGENCE. PROBLENS OF MILITARY OPERATION IN THE 2SNMD.OA GENEVA CONVENTIONS AND CA!UB.ARCTIC WINTER NORTH; HOW UNIT PREPARES FOR AND EXECUTES THE MILITARY POLICJIAN, THE BIVOUACKING OFFENSE MISSION. TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPIENT 1i, MOTION PICTURE, 029 NIN, , NOTION PICTURE 030 NIM, 1955 USED FOR MOVING, SECURITY, COMMUNICATION, CLEARED FOR Pt, TV CLEAED LOGISTICS, FOR AND FIRE. PE, TV, th, PS OUTLINES THE PROPER OPERATION OF A BRIGADE PLANNING; SECURITY AND DEFENSE MEASURES; OA TECHNIQUES OF ARMY NEWS OR DIVISION DETAINEE COLLECTION POINT, AND CONSISTS OF SHELTER, WATER AND COOKING PKOTOGRAPHY, THE GIVES EXAMPLES OF THE CORRECT METHODS OF FACILITIES; PROTECTION AGAINST COLD AND 16R MOTION SCLEA PICTURE 027 IN, FOR Pt, TV, T, PS 1963 TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF IAR. PROPER USE OF SLEEPING EQUIPMENT. Ow F t 23SI.OA WEST POINT i n DA SUBARCTIC CROSS.COUNTRY * EXPERTS IN PHOTO-JOURNALISM FIELD DEFINE TRAINING NOBILITY PART II - SUOWER AND ILLUSTRATE ESSENTIALS OF SUPERIOR NEWS 16II MOTION PICTURE 032 Ilk 1963 OPERATIONS PHOTOGRAPHY, COVERING STILL AND MOTION CLEAED FOR PE, HISTORICAL UNCIL 16M, NOTION PICTURE 011 IN., 1956 "PICTURE TECHNIQUE. SEVEN-WEEK FIELD TRAINING PWAAN CONDUCTED CL"AOED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS "" 17916TOA FUNDAMENlALS OF PISTOL EACH SUMMER AT CAMP BUCKNER, N. Y., FOR NATURE AND CHARACTER OF TUNDRA, WUSKEG, MIIARKSMANSHIP WEST POINT CADETS 1HO UAVE COMPLETED PERMAFROST AND FROZEN SUBSOIL - HOW THE 16, NOTION PICTURE 020 Ilk, 1963 *PLEBE" YEAR. VARIOUS AREAS ARE TRAVERSED DY MILITARY CLEAEd FOR P UL DA PROTECTIVE WA FITTING UNITS. DEMONSTRATIOI OF TRAINING AT FT. BEANING AND DRILL DA INTRODUCTION TO PISTOL RANGE. BODY POSITION AND STANCE 15M MOTION PICTURE 010 MIN 1962 PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE GRIP, SIGHT ALIGNMENT, TRIGGER CONTROL: CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, 168M MOTION PICTURE, 016 #IN, 1956 BREATH CONTROL AND MENTAL CONDITIONING. HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE,.'DO.DA AVALANCHE HAZARDS - PART NOW TO StLECT IASK - PIOCEDURES FOR METHODS AND TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED IN,, MOTION PICTURE 0201NIN, 1966 FITTING, TESTING, AND AIIRJSTING MASK PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE SUPPORT OF MILITARY, CLAAiED FOR PI, TV, PS UNoL STEPS IN EXECUTING MASK DRILL. IMPORTANCE OPERATIONS TACTICAL, STRATEGIC AND OF DRILL FOR QUICK MASKING FOR,iURVIVAL. CONSOLIOATION. FORCES THAT CAUSE SNOW AVALANCHES; 2 ETING THE C THREAT DA NO GREATER HERITAGE "CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF SNOi NNISDA ME AVALANCHES; AND NOW TO COPE WITH POTENTIAL 16MM OTION PICTURE 021 MIN MM MOTION PICTURE 031 NIH, 19c$ HAZARDS. CLEAWED FOR PE, PS, AISTORICAl CLEMED FOR PE, TV, PS, CDA AVALANCHE HAZARDS PART TEACHES UNIT COMMANOERS THEIR HISTORICAL II RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CBN PREPANEDNESS OF DELINEATES THE TRADITION OF COURAGE AND * 1601 NOTION PICTURE 02811, 1966 TROOPS, INCORPORATING UNDERSCORING CON TRAIIIING THE REQUIRESENT INTO FIELD FOR DEDICATION NEMBER OF THAT THE IS WOMEN'S THE HERITAGE ARMY OF CORPS, EACH CEWED FORPETVS EXERCISES. DOCUMENTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CORPS TROOP OPERATION ON SNOW COVERED MOUNTAIN REMARKS: THE FOLLONIAG DISCLAIMROUST BE INCUDED AND THE VARIETY OF WAYS VACS SERVED THE TERRAIN - HOW TO AVOID OR TRAVERSE CRITICAL IN THE FILMS THAT ARE AVAILABLE U TTHE PUWLIC. COUNTRY DURING WORLD MAR I, THE KOREAN AREAS, NOW TO COPE WITH SUDDEN AVALANCHE, ALSO, THE MOTE MOST BE PUT IASIIE fme FILM CAN PtR WAR, AND NOW IN VIETNAM. AND RESCUE OPERATIONS. LTR 2 OCT 79 OFC OF THE ASST SEC OF DEFENSE (PA) REMARKS: REPLACES IF " 0S OA.D le~orifle, NISAI - PART 11 AND UNILATERALLY OSA (SAPA-CI) RENOUNCED 10 OCT THE 79: USE (TIE OIIOLOGICAL SITED STATES FIELD EXPEDIENTS WEAPONS IN 1969 AND BECAME A ftm TO THE DA ASSURANCE INDUSTRY PROGRAM, ARMY TiE JUALITY * IM1M MOTION PICTURE 017 INl, 1968 BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION IN 1115, IN 19/5, THE 161M MOTION PICTURE 023 HIN 1960 CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, OS UP.CL UNITED STATES AL!O ACCEEDED TO TIE GENEVA PMOTOCOL CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS VNCL "WHICH V'ROHIBITS THE USE IN WAR Of OHEMICAL "FIELD CARE WEAPONS. AND CLEANING Of NET AND DIRTY RESERVATIONS FILED TO THE GENEVAPROTOCOL CAUSE PURPOSE, CONCEPTS, BENE.FITS, AND PRACTICAL,*2 -C , o,,.. ~~~~~....o. %.... '''. % '.o'. o.."

229 D.O C.4 APPLICATION OF QUALITY CONTROL OF ALL ITEMS TURNS, STALLS AND SPINS PURCHASED BY ARMY; WORKING AGREEMENT DA AM AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE!1W NOTION PICTURE 012 WIN, 19E2 BETWEEN ANY ANC INDUSTRY. ENGINE OPERATION PANT I FOR PI, T, PS PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION DA DEFENSE PROCUREMENT 160 NOTION PICTURE 013 IlI, 1960 AERODYAANICS AND TECHNIQUE FOR EXECUTING - FORMAL ADVERTISING CLEARED FOR PE, TV, S AND RECOVERING FROM STEEP TURNS, CLIMBING, 1 I6S NOTION PICTURE 043 WIN 1960 GLIDING, LANDING ATTITUDE STALLS, AND SPINS CLEAAED FOR PC, TV, N, PS FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS OF BASIC CONPONENTS WITH POWER OFF AND ON. OF TURBINES; HOW COMPONENTS OPERATE AS THE PRINCIPLES, REGULATIONS, GENERAL AIR AND FUEL FLOWS PASS THROUGH THE ENGINE DA FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES RELATED TO TRAINING - PART V TAKEOFFS, PROCUREMENT BY FORMAL ADVERTISING DA ARMY AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE LANDINGS AND TRAFFIC PATTERN PREPARATION, DISTRIBUTION, OPENING AND ENGINE OPERATION PART II 161M MOTION PICTURE 015 WIN, 1962 EVALUATION OF BIOS; AND AWARD OF CONTRACT, CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION CLEAIED FOR PE, TV, P UMCL N A DE PC E160 NOTION PICTURE 014 NiH, CAO DEFENSE F PROCUREMENT,,0 CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, PS TECHNIQUES FOR TAKEOFF COMPETITIVE AND EXIT NEGOTIATION FRO# TRAFFIC PATTERN, ENTRY TO THE PATTERN AND 161l NOTION PICTURE 040 WIN 1960 FFATURE" NND FUNCTION OF: GAS CONPRESSOR LANDING; AND TECHNIQUE FOR GO-AROUND FROW CLE.A ED FOR PE, TV, th, PS URCL TACHOMET.,, EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE ANY POINT IN 180 DEGREE PATTERN. INOICATOR TORQUE NETER, " FUEL PRINCIPLES, SUPPLY REGULATIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND CONIROLS ANC ENXINE CONTROLS A FIXEt WING PRIMARY FLIGHT PROVISIONS RELATED TO PROCUREMENT BY TRAINING - PART VI - FORCEC NEGOTIATION - PROCESSING OF PROCUREMENT OA ARMY AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE LANDINGS OIRECTIVE, REQUIREMENTS FOR PROPOSAL, ENGINE OPERATION PART III 1 CONDUCT OF NEGOTIATION, AND CONTRACT AWARD. CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF 11 NiOTION PICTURE 013 WIN, DA DEFENSE PROCUREMENT THE T-53 CLEA ED FOR PE, TV, 5S CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION I l6r NOTION PICTURE 015 WIN, 1960 SELECTION OF EMERGENCY LANDING SITE; USE UT 168 NOTION PICTURE 026 MIN, 1960 CLtAkED FOR PE, TV, Os UKCL FAMILIAR LA1DOING PATTERNS; S"' TURN CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TN, PS USE AND CAPABILITY OF IURBINES APPROACH IN FORCED LANDINGS; SAFE EXECUTION CONSTRUCTION, FUNCTION, AND OPERATION OF OF FORCED LARD;HI "SCOPE AND PROVISION OF CONTRACT THE FOUR CONPONENT SECTIONS OF THE T DA.IXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT ".- ADINIISTRATION IN FESE PROCUREMENT; ENINE, AND THE FOUR MAJOR ACCESSORY TRAINING PART VII "DUTIES OF CONTRACTING OFFICER AND HIS STAFF SYSTEMS' SEQUENCE OF OPERATION OF T.53. DIRECTIONAL CONTROL DURING PREPRODUCTION, PRODUCTION ENGINEERING CHANGES. AND FINAL PRICE REMARXS: XEPLACES IF M, NOTION PICTURE, 014 NIN, 1963 DETERMINATION STAGE DA FLIGHT LINE SAFETY CLEARED F6R PE, PS "21990.DA CARGO UNITIZATION 1SMW NOTION PICTURE 020!IN 1962 USE OF RUDDER, BRAKES, A:LERONS, AND 161, NOTION PICTURE, 021 VIN, I Rq CLEALED FOR PE, 5, to, FS UNL THROTTLE, AS WELL AS ELEVATORS, IN CLLAkED FOR PE, PS TEACHES ARMY AIRCRAFT MECHANICS THE RULES CONTROLLING DIRECTION IN THE ROLL OUT HOW UNITIZED LOADS ARE PACKED AND MARKED AND PROCEDURES TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS WHEN CA FIXED WIN3 PRIMARY FLIGHT FOR SHIPMENT WHEN USING COMED CONTAINERS, PERFORMING MAINTENANCE TASKS, IN THE TRAINING PART VIII NIGHT FIBERBOARU ANO WOODEN CONTAINERS, PALLET, SERVICE AREA. OPERATIONS WIRE BOUND, AND FIBERBOARD BOXES 160, ktion PICTURE, 015 MIN, 1963 PALLETI ZED UNIT LOADS AND SUDOLE LOADS; AND 2220W-CA BASIC CROSS COUNTRY C6A. MOT PE, PS WN19 ONE-LIFT CONCEPT OF NOVING UNITIZED LOADS. HELICOPTER FLIGHTS CLEARED FOR PE, PS OI 16 Ni NOTION PICTURE, 019 lin, 1962 PREFLIGHT 21995D.A CHECKS; TAKEOFF; SAFETY PRACT ICES NI )JRING. BRACING AND CLEARED FOR PE UCL DURING NIGHT FLIGHT; ABANDONING AIRCRAFT IN CUSHIuNING MATERIALS IN ESI ERGENCY; ENTERING AND FLYING A PATTERN; MILITARY PAC'.AGING FUNDAMENTALS, TECHNIQUES, AND CALCULATIONS LAND IG * 16, MOTION PICTURE, O01 JIM, 1970 USED TO PREPARE A FLIGHT PLAN FOR POINT-TO. "CLEARED FOR PC UNOL POINT LOW-LEVEL HELICOPTER FLIGHTS DA PRESSURE SYSTEMS AND WIND DESCRIBES THE CHARACTERISTICS. SELECTION DA PRIMARY HELICOPTER PILOT 16K NOTION PICTURE 019 WIN, 1963 CONSIDE1ATIONS, AND NETPIDS OF APPLYING THE TRAINING NIGHT OPERATION C P VARIOJ. MATERIALS TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO 160 IOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, 1962 PHENOMENA OF PRESSURE SYSTEMS AN HIND O IILIT..RY SUPPLIES DURING SHIPMENT. CLEARED FOR P0, TV, th, PS FLOW, AND NOW THEY AFFECT NýATHER AND 2903W-CA MILITARY CIVIC ACTION PREFLIGHT INSPECTION, TAKEOFF, HOVERING AFLIGHT CONDITIONS; STRESS ON PRPER USE OF 163 NOTION PICTURE 031 MIN, 1964 SCANNING AND XEEPI NG COURSE. TURNS, CLEAWED FR P0, TV, 0S APPROACH ANM LANDING, ONR, AUTO. ROTATIONS CA SERVICING ARMY AIRCRAFT *i PAST AND PRESENT ROLE OF U. S.,RMY IN DA FIXED WING PRIMlARY FLIGHT IN EXTREME CLIMATIC MILITARY CIVIC ACTON. BOTH IN CONUS AND IN TRAINING - PART II. THE FOUR CONDITIONS PART II DESERT ASSISTING ARMED FORCES OF UNDERDEVELOPED BASIC FUNDAMENTALS OF FLIGHT AREAS NATIONS ABROAD 160I NOTION PICTURE 017 IN, N NOTION PICTURE 016 i!n, 1963 ""D 2917B.OA HELICOPTER I R WEIGHT HCLEAED ANDLI FOR PE, TV, PS UNKL CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, th, PS BALANCE TECHNIQUE OF CHECKING ATTITUDE; AND JAZARDS OF HEAT AND ABRASIVE SAND ON 160 NOTION PICTURE, 025 MIN, 1957 MANIPULATION OF CONTROLS; PERFORMANCE OF AIRCRAFT: MEASURES EMPLOYED IN SERVICING CLEARED FOR PE STRAIGHT FLIGHT, CLIMBS, GLIDES AND TURNS. AIRCAFT IN DESERT AREAS. REQUIREMENT; PROBLEMS OF BALANCE DURING CA FIXED RING PRIMARY FLIGHT DA INTRODUCTION TO AIR'.RAFT FLIGHT, LITER LOADING AND BALANCE; USE OF TRAINING PART 11 BASIC FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS BALLAST. GROUND TRACK MANEUVERS 16, NOTION PICTURE 028 NIN, m, MOTION PICTURE, 013 WiiN, 1962 CLEAREO FOR PE, TIV, OS DA HELICOPTER ORIENTATION E 16K FOR PI, TU, P0 U1CLE FORE, TV, HS T T. L INTRODUCTION TO HELICOPTERS THE THREE INSTRUMENTS IN THE PITOT-STATIC 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 1IN 1951 EFFECTS OF IINDON GROUND SPEED AND COURSE IINSTRUIENT CATEGORY AS WELL AS THOSE IN THE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS UACL CRAOBBIG; FLIGHT BASED ON WIND CIRCLE GYRO.VACUUO INSTRUMENT CAATEGORYARE RECTANGULAR COURSE, S. TURNS. DISCUSSED, DEVELOPMENT FROMI 15TH CENTURY, TYPES USED BY MILITARY SERVICE TODAY. EXPERIMENTAL CA FIXED WING PRIMARY FLIGHT DA KNOW YOUR CLOUDS % MODELS; BASIC HELICOPTER FLIGHT PRINCIPLES; TRAINING PART IV 16MW, NOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, CIVIL ANO MILITARY USES. CONFIDENCE MANEUVERS STEEP CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS FMTHRD.z ICR C-75 "..IZ. '.I".I"-? 'Z. 'I-'. '. I ".I.Z -I.T I.'I. i " -.I I.'Z."I?Z." i o.i '-I..I- T I-T - 'T.. 'I-'Z ". I -T " -'T...i -'i- "-...'..',,

230 C-4 -M C1M WN NCL DEE ohtion PICTURE 033M11N 1965 "DEVELOPMENT OF THE TEN BASIC TYPES OF FOR PE, TV, th, 19C5 "CLOUDS, THEIR PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS, ILLUSTRATES HOV TO ERECT A PUMPING STATION C FORPt. T, TU, PS "THEIR RELATIVC POSITIONS AND AVERAGE USING PIPELINE STATION BABIFOLB SET NO. 2. USE AND CARE OF RATCHET BRACE, pnooboing ALTITUDES. AND THEIR FLIGHT HAZARDS. BRILL; AND CROSSCUT HARD, RIP, RESTED, DA MILITARY PIPELIME OVERHEAD ARM, CIRCULAR TABLE, PORTABLE DA FOREIGN OBJECTS DAMAGE TO OPERATIONS--PART Ill-- CIRULAR. AID ELECTRIC SANS. ARMY AIRCRAFT OPERATION AN MAINTEIMNICE OF RE5ARS: REPLACES TF i6, NOTION PICTURE I1, 1967 PIPELINE SYSTEMS CLEAED FOR PE, TV, YS, IUCL 1601 NOTION PICTURE, 010 NIH, DA CARPENTRY-.PART IV-- "HISTORICAL CAD FOR PE PLANING AND CHISELING TOOLS 161, NOTION PICTURE. 0ll1, 1965 *'-' HON FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE IS CAUSED IN ARMY ORGANIZATION OF SYSTEM INTO DISTRICTS; CNlL FOT PE 011 IH, 1965 ROTARY AND FIXED RING AIRCRAFT, AND HON IT CONTROL 3Y PIPILINE SERVICE HEAOQUAHTERS; CDED FOR PE, TV, th, PS. CAN BE PREVENTED BEtORE, DUR ING AND AFTER DUTIES OF CHIEF DISPATCHER; SUPPLY OF FUEL FEATURES AND USE OF BENCH PLANE AND FRAMING p FLIGHT - PARTICULAR EMPHASIS ON GOOD TO STATIONS. CHISEL; AND DEMONSTRATION OF CLEANING. HOUSEKFEPING AT AIR BASES AND PROPER FLIGHT SHARrENINGSMOOTHING, OILING AND PROPER TECHNIQUES AT SANDY AND RURAL AREkS DA CONSTRUCTION Of 10,000 larrel BOLTED STEEL TANKS-- S GA ON-$ HELICOPTER - PART II PARN I I.-CENTER SUPPORT, REMARKS: REPLACES TF "ADVANCED MANEUVERS AMD DECK, VALVES AMi VENTS DA MAP SYMiOLS FIELD OPERATIONS. THE 16E BOTION PICTURIE 009 1iN, P, OTION PICHTURE, 024 NIH, 1968 FOR PE, TV. tw, PS UNOL SERIES TITLE: BASIC MAP ""A FO E, PS IL READING - PART I ChAOED PFOBA. PS -IMETHODS AND PROCEDURES FOR ERECTING THE 150 NOTION PICTURE 02G INI, 1967 SSNONS PERFORMANCE OF OH- IN CONFINED AREA CENTER SUPPORT AND INSTALLING A WATER DRAW- CLEDAAE FOR Pt, TV, PS OPERATIONS, FOCUSING ON TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED OFF VALVE, A 20-FOOT RELIEF VENT AND VA4CUU FOR MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE TAKEOFF AND STEEP VENTS. BLACK SYMBOLS OF CULTURAL DETAIL, BOUNDA2Y APPROACH; AND FLIGHT MANEUVERS INVOLVED 1S PINNACLE AND RIDGELINE OPERATIONS GA FIELD ENGINEERING IN THE LINES, BLUE SYMBBLS FO R WATER, GREEN SYMBOL FOR VEGETATION, AND BROWN SYMBOLS SUMANCTIC.-PART I-. WINTER FOR CONTOUR LINES. "25327-DA MILITARY ROADS - PART I - ROADS ROAD EXPEDIENTS 16l DOTION PICTURE, 027 IlN, GA GRID, DISTANCE, AND 160 IOTION PICTURE, 021 Rli i943 CLAd FOq PMP, TV, PS UCL ELEVATION RELVTO CLEAAE FOR PE, PS, HISTORICA EXPEDIENT METHODSTOROAD CO R UC N INMETHODS, MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES FO, SERIES TITLE: BASIC MAP " EXPEDIENT METHODS FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN BUILDING, REINFORCING AND PROTECTING ROADS READING - PART II SWAMPY AND SANDY GROUND. USE OF CORDUROY FOR MIlTER COMBAT IN THE SUBARCTIC. 160N NOTION PICTURE 029 INI, 1967 MATS, WIRE MESH AND STEEL LANDIFG MATS. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, bs III2I-A ILIARYROOR ARTVI DA FIELD ENGINEERING IN THE 2328-GA MILITARY ROADS PAR! V SUMARCTIC--PART II- WINTER USE OF WILITARY GRID SYSTEM TO LOCATE - GRAVEL AND ROCk SURFACES FIELD FORTIFICATIONS POSITIONS; USF OF GRAPHIC SCALES TO MEASURE 160 MOTION PICTURE 008 RIM E NOTION PICTURE. 022 RIM 1957 DISTANCE; USE OF CONTOUR LINES TO IDENTIFY icleaed FOR PE, PS, IISTORICAL CLEMED FOR PIP, PS, HISTORICJ,. UNCI. TOPOGRAPHIC DETAIL. CORNLETE PROCESS OF GRAVEL AND iocn DIGGING AND BLASTING FOXHOLES INTO SNOW, GA DIRECTION, ORIENTATION, "SURFACING; COMPOSITION OF GOCu GRAVEL AND ICE AND FROZEN EARTH.-CONSTRUCTION OF BUILT AND LOCATION WITHOUT A PRINCIPLES OF GRADATION; EMPHASIS ON UP TIMBER AND SEMIPERWANENT FORTIFICATIONS. COMPASS MAINTENANCE OF GRP.VEL ROAM. -CAMOUFLAGE. SERIES TITLE: BASIC NAP GA CONSTRUClION OF 10,000 2$311-DA WATER PUAIFICATION UNIT READING - PART III.IARREL OLTED STEEL TANKS 1500 GPH 16l NOTION PICTURE 030 IH, 1967 PART I - FOUNDATION, BOTTOM 16E NOTION PICTURE 020 MINl 1964 CAED FOR P, TiV, OS ','[i'[~ ~ ~ InLB1511 ~ ~ ~~ke ior FN PE, TV~, 00B SNOTION PICTURE 16i95 CLA FORP,, U RCL RECTION FINDING BY WATCH, SHADOW TIP UALM FOR P, TV, IH, PS UINCIL CAPABILITY. NOMENCLATURE AND OPERATION OF IRETI'O0, ANOSTARS; NAP ORIENTATION BY PRESCRIBED PROCEDURE$ AkO MATERIALS USED IN UNIT: ENERGIZING EQUIPIENT. NIXING DIREC AND INSPECTION, FIND1IG LOCATION "ERECTING THE FOUNDATION. BOTTOM AND CHEMICALS, COAGULATION AID FILTERiNG BY SIGHTING, RESECTION AND INTERSECTION. SIDEOALLS - EMPHASIS ON PROPER LOC'TION OF PROCESSES. TESTING PURIFIES WATER, AND DA DIRECTION, ORIENTATION, GASKETS. SH4UT-DO"N PROCEDUJRE. AND LOCATION WITH A COMPASS "21332-DA BEACH OIBTACLES OA CARPENTRY- -PART I SERIES TITLE: BASIC MAP MEASURING. MARKING AMNEDIG-PATI "16E NOTION PICTURE, 022 BIN 1953 LEVELING TOOLS READIN PICTRE I1 ""CL, M FOR Pt, PS, HISTORICAL l IN1965 RIN, 1 OTON PICTUREP TEACHES THE PURPOSE, TYPES, EMPLOYMENT AND CLEAED FOR PE, TV, IN, PS CLED FOR PE. TV, PS CONSTRUCTION OF $EACH OBSTACLES. STRESSING FEATURES AND USE OF LENSATIC CCMPASS IN NAP FACTORS IN PLANNING, SELECTION AND USE AND LANE OF 6-FOOT MULTIPLE FOLDING ORIENTATION, I. FIND1NG OlRCCTION AND NSTRUCTION. ORULE, 50-FOOT STEEL TAPE, CHALK AND CHALK LOCATION, AND IN LAND NAVIGATION, BY DAY LINE. SLIDING T-BEVEL, CARPENTER.S FRAMING C IGHT. AND 2P333-DA MILITARY PIPELINE SQUARE, COMBINATION SQUARE AND LEVEL. OPERATIONS - PART I - LAYING REAS: REPLACES TF GM-.A PHOTOS AND PHOTOIAPS PIPELINES 160 NOTION PICTURE. 019 Ill, GA CARPENTRY--PART II-- SERIES TITLE: BASIC HAP CUAED FOR PE URCL CHOPPING AMND DRIVING TOOLS READING - PART V 160 NOTION PICTURE 014 Ill, W NOTION PICTURE 031 INIH 1967 DEMONSTRATES THE LAYING OF TYPICAL RILITANY C.EAIED FOR PEI TV, N, PS UC CL dae FOR?E, TV, 65 PIPELINE; STOVEPIPE AND GRASSHOPPER METHODS OF LAYING?IPE; COLD AND NOT MENDING PIPE USE AND CARE OF CANPENTIER.S CLAW A D HOW AERIAL PHOTO IS ORIENTED FOR STUDY; METHODS. PLASTIC-FACED HAWNERS, HALF-HATCNET WOODEN CHARACTERISTICS USED TO INTERPRET PHOTO: NAUL, SLEDGE, SCRiNDRIVERS AND PNEUMATIC TECHNIQUES FOR DETERMINING DIRECTION ON. a - 21:34-DA MILITARY PIPELINE AND ELECTRIC NAILURIVERS. AERIAL PHOTO. ;. INSTALLATION OPERATIONS - PAT OF PUMPING DA WIHY ENGINi.S ARE GOVERNED 1I1 REMARKS REPLACES TF STATIONS DA CAAPENTRY.-PART IIl NOTION PICTURE. 005 MIN, ", NOTICA PICTURE. 0171IH, 1953 SAWING AND BORING TOOLS CLLAOEO FOR PHP, TV. PS S~C-7'/..."., '; F FMIN..Io

231 WO 4O.2.C.4 RELATIONSHIP SETIEEN HORSEPOWER AID SPEED 161 NOTION - SHOWS PICTURE. SEVERAL U21 KIn, TYPES OF SLINGS AiD 1963 BRIDLES CLARED FOR PE, TV, TH, PS MOf GOVERNOR ON ENGINE LIPiTS SPEED OF AND THEIR USES; EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE ENGINE AT POINT WHERE IT DEVELOPS NAýIIUII OF USING THE RIGHT EQUIPqEAT FOR THE JOB. AIMED AT SENIOR OFFICERS VALUE AND lors.power DA 2516DA TUC, TUCK, UTILITY, TIIY,1/ 1/A Tol TN HELPFUL PERFORMIANCE GUIDEL14ES CCUNISEL lug - ItlIEF FOR ITS EFFECTIVE OF HON- "" A LOADING TOE EQUIPIENT AND 1151*A2 CH.RACTERISTICS AND PERECTIVE METHOD OF COUNSELNG. - PERSONAL EFFECTS ror UNIT HANDLING "-.N MOVEBENt - USE OF INSERTS AiD 16 MOTION PICTURE I, OA MILITARY ROCK CLIMIlNG CONEX TRANSPORTERS CLEAAED FOR PE TV, PS TECHNIQUE OF CLIMBING 16 IERIES TITLE: CONEX GIVES IMPORTANT POINTS IN THE OPFRATION OF 0E ROTiON PICTURE T 032 IN, 194U TRANSPORTERS THE IIISA2 UTILITY TRUCK, AND DEMONSTRATES PE, TV, th, PS 10i, NOTION PICTURE, 010 1i1, 1962 THE DIFFERENT USES OF THE TRUCK. MOVEMENT OF TRAINED RECONNAISSANCE TEAMS IN E* cldfor PE MOUNTAINOU'S TERRAIN-.CLIMBING EQUIPMENT AND DA KNC7S, lend$ AND HITCHES CORRECT USE. ASSEIMLY, FILLING, BLOCKING, BRACING AND CLOSING INSERTS; LOADING INSERTS INTO CONEX SERIES TITLE: SEAMANSHIP: DA MILITARY ROCK CLIMBING TRANSPORTER: ADVANTAGES OF INSERTS FOR PART II MOVEMENT OF COMBAT UNITS SHIPSEAT OF TOE ITEMS. 16, NOTION PICTURE , , NOTION PICTURE 031 MIN, A LOADING. BLOCKING, AND CLEARED FOR PK, TV, OS UBCL CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, th, PS BRACING COMEX TRAANFORTENS ON TEACHES 40!0 T IE THE SQUARE KNOT, FIGURE ORGANIZATIO.' OF INSTALLATION TEANS..THEIR TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 1, BOILINE. HALF HITCH. T IlBER HITCH, EQUIPMENT AND OPERATION-.DETAILS OF ROLLING HITCH, CLOVE HITCH, CATS PAW, SERIES TITLE: COIIEX!SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHEET OR BECRET BEND, CONSTRUCTION: EVACUATION OF INJURED. TRANSPORTERS FISHERMAN'S BEND, AND DOUBLE CARRICK BEND DA COLBAT IN DEEP SNOW AND I60 NOTION PICTURE, 0101I1, 1962 EXTREME COLD cfieaaed FOR PE DA SPLICING FIBER LINE 16K11 lotion EXT PICTURE, COLD 021 BIIN, 1950 SETHODS AND EQUIPMIENT USED IN LOADING SERIES TITLE: SEAMANSHIP CLEARED FOR PE, TV, TH TRANSPORTERS ONTO TRUCKS, RAILCARS, AND 160 NOTION PICTURE 019 NIH 1973 INFANTRY RIFLE CGMPANY ILLUSTRATES COMBAT * SNIPS TECHNIQUE FOR BLOCKING AND BRACING CLE.&WED FOR PE, TV, PS ' TECHNIQUE AND SURVIVAL G IMETHODS APPLICA8LE TO INSURE SAFETY DURING TRAVEL. THREE METHODS OF SPLICING FIBER LINE FOR TO ARCTICONDITIONS DA SHIP'S GEAR AND CARGO USE IN IARLINSPIKE SEAMANSHIP ARE DEPICTED A REINFORCED RIFLE PLATOON HANDLING GEAR SHOWN ARE THE EYE, SPLICE, THE SHORT SPLICE IN9 THE ATTACK OF A BUiLTUP INO THE ATTAC OF ALICE.U SERIES TITLE: LOADING AND AND THE LONG SPLICE. AAREA PART II, THE THE UNLOADING CARGO VESSELS A SPLICING 2 IN 1 IRAIDED ATTACK PART II LINE PART II END FOR END 16K NOTION PICTURE 035 NIH, R NOTION PICTURE, * CUIAAEUFOB 010 BIN PE 1964 'J.RCL SPLICE CLE.ýrl.D FOR HISTORICAL PE, TV, US, SERIES TITLE: SEAMANSHIP TACTICAL INOMENCLATURE, FUNCTIONS AND CAPABILITIES 16K NOTION PICTURF., 020 1IN, 1974 TACTICAL PLANNING. TFER ATTACK--EACH DESCRIBED. THREE MAIN SHIP'S GEAR CLEfAED FOR PNP, TV, PS UmL BUILDING OFFERS A DIFFERENT COMPLEXITY OF CATEGORIES OUTLINED; CARGO HANDLING GEAR FIC4TING- -EMPHASIS OW SURPRISE, FIREPOWER AND USES REVIiWEO. TEACHES HOW To SAKE THE END-FOR-END SPLICE A11O TEAMI N. ]I29475-DAlTg P TUTROOP M6OVEMNEITI, BY RAIL 1 ON 'p R' 0E.PR A 2PE 2 U S'E IN OF I T BRAIDED HE P USHER, LINE. FID, ILLUSTRATES AND CUTTING,] DA,IO I P TU RANGER E 03 TRAINING lii92 10NT10PCUE026 KIN, 1965 KNI FE. 1UNT0 PICTURE 0?5 #I,1972 C2.7.D FOR P- NO!~ TV, ~ ~ OPN ~ T)PEAE ~ ~ TRISOTTO ~~~91 ONCE I-OA SPLICING 2 IN I BRAIDIED CLEAAED FOR PE, TV. OS i WCOMPANY TS) PREPARES LINC - PART III BACK SPLICE DESCRIBES THE PURPOSE AND NATURE OF THE FOR AND CARRIMES OUT IOVEIENT BY RAIL, WITH TRAINING PRESENTED IN THE RANGER COURSF; FOCUS 00 BUTIES OF COMPANY AID POST SERIES TITLE: SEAMANSHIP SHOWS THE TRAINING AND EXERCISES IN TH- PERSONNEL, AND ACTION DURING TRAINING, 16K, IOTIORPICTURE 01011N, 1974 THREE PHASES OF THE RAAGER COURSE. AN MOVING PEAT, PHASES. CL. O FOR PE. TV, S UoL 297!...A SKI SAFETY 294I7 OPERATION OF THE M-151 FILl IS DESIGNED TO TEACH THE VIEWER NOW TO 160 NOTION PICTURE, 021 MIN, 1942 SERIES 1/4-TON UTILITY TRUCKS BAKE A BACK SPLICE IN A BRAIDED LINE. CLEAOED FOR PE UNL 161 lotlo0picture 01511, I 1966 NECESSARY TOOLS ARE INTRODVCED AND PROPER *FOR PUE, TV, V_ N UE Sý ILLUSTRATED. SKI SAFETY PRECAUTIONS H4 CON ECTION WITH EXCESSIVE CORNi(T SPEED AND AND SAFE FAULTY PROCEDURES ADJUSIMENTS-. FOR OPERATING 2602.DA ANITPS.25 GROUND REMEDIES FOR OVER-HEATING, SUNBURN AMD TRUCKS, WITH FOCUS ON 40C TO PREVENT SURVEILLANCE RADAR, MOVING SAOIgLINOMESS. OVERSTEERING AND ABRUPT TURNS, AID PROPER TARGET DETECTION, THE STEEING1 A SKID. 160 NOTION PICTURE, 021 MIN, A SKI SAFETY.-FIRST AID AND 204"1DA WINCH CHARACTERISTICS - CLEA FOR P, PS EMERGEICY REPAIR OF EQUIPMENT ELECTRIC, HYDRAULIC AND STEM D R 16K NOTION PICTURE, 041 MIN, 1942 LOAUDIO PIED UP BY AN/TPS-25,ROl: METURNS CLEAkED FOR PE I60 NOTION PICTURE, 025 MIN, 1969 WALKIGNO PERSONNEL, LIGHT AND HEAVY WHEELED - ýlae ior KE Ps VEHICLE, VEHICLE DISPERSION KIANEUVER, DIAGNOSIS AND FIRST AID FOR VARIOUS TYPES CHARlACTERISTICS, PRLOPElATION CHECKS AO TRACKED VEHICLE. AND TANKS. OF SKI ACCIDENTS--EMERGENCY REPAIR OF PREPARATIONS, AND OPERATION OF THE TWO A AN/TPS.23 GROUND SPEED STEAM WINCH, UNIT-TYPE ELECTRIC SURVEILLANCE RADAR, THE A OUR FOOD AND OUR HEALTH WiNCH. AND HYDRAULIC WINCH USED IN MILITARY 16i NOTION PICIME 030 KIN, , NOTION PICTURE, 015 BIN 1945 STEVEDORING. ADVANTAGES UTYPEA E AND POIrrTC LIMITATIONS OUJT.:: OF CLEAAU I FOR P(. PS UCL CL.AAED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL FEATURES A44 SURVEILLANCE CAPABILITY - IMPORTANCE OF PROPER EATING HABITS DA SLINGS AND BRIDLES AS A NODES OF OPERATION AND APPLICATION IN FACTOR MN MAINTAINING INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER'S SERIES TITLE: MILITARY TARGET IDENTIFICATION - AUTOMATIC SEARCH. HEALT:: ANOIELL.BEING. STEVEDORING - PART II AUTOMATIr, RA'GE, MANUAL SEARCH, MANUAL M TRACK AUDIO, AND MAKUAL TRACK VIDEO. 217E9,DA IEDICAL PLANNING FORA 16R MOTION PICTURE, 020 KIN, 1971 A FOR PE, PS TASK FORCE OPERATION DA PERFORMANCE COUNSELING 1611, MOTION PICTURE, 032 NIM, 1952 FlI7N. 1HZ C-78

232 !: DoD C-4.,, TV., T' OM MEM FPE, PS ONC, AGENCYOfEFENSE PERSONNEL S'IPPOPT CENTER, ADIRECTORATE OF MEDICAL MATERIEL SUPPLY COVERING THE SUBJECT Of EMERGENCY DIVISION, OTSG, AMEDS MATERIEL TECHNICAL "RESPONSIMILITIES OF ARMY, NAVY AND AIR RESTORATION OF BREATHING, THIS FILMI COMMITTEE, DEFENSE MEDICAL MATERIEL BOARD, FORCE.-DEFENSE AGAINST BIOLOGICAL, ATONIC OESCRIBES THE CAUISES, DIAGNOSIS, AND ANDIUSmiSA. AND CiEDICAL WARFARE. IMNUNIZATION AGAINST EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OF AN OBSTRUCTED UPPER "E"DEMIC OISEASE, ETC. AIRWAY. SHOWS REMOVAL OF FOREIGN BODIES DA MEDICAL SUPPLY SYSTEM, US Aki;FICIA' RESPIRATION AND CEICOTHYROiD ARMY PART II OPERATIONS DA SWINGING INTO STEP PUNCTURE. AT CONUS AND OVERSEAS 1in NOTION PICTURE, 033 RiM, 1945 INSTALLATIONS "CL.D FOR PE, PS UINCL THONACENTESIS ISM9O-OA 1IN IOTION PICTURE 022 MIN NOTION PICTURE, 020U l, CLED FOR PE, PS, HISTORICAL REHABILITATION AND MORALE FILM FOR CEAED FOR 7F, PS AMPUTEES. SHOWING HOW ARTIFICAL LIMBS MEDICAL SUPPLY OPERATIONS ARE DEMONSTRATED ENABLE THEM TO RETURN TO NORMAL LIVING. PROCEDURES FOR PFRFORNING THORAi'ENTESIS FOR AT A TYPICAL DEPOT IN CONUS (FT KNOX), AT "" OA RESUSCITATIVE CARE OF THE RELIEF OF HEMOTHUOAX PNEUITTHORAX AkO HEMOPNEUNOTHORAX CAUSE BY IMJvRY TO CHEST AN INSTALLATION UNDER COMMAND OF THE SURGEON GENERAL (WALTE REED ARMY HOSPITAL) "SEVERELY WOUNDED ON LUNGS., AND AT AN OVERSEAS INSTALLATION (FAR - LL, 16i ie MOTION FER FE, PICTURE PS, A+ISTORICAL 024 MIN 1957 I5,'ICL DA INTERCOSTAL NERVE BLOCK EAST). FOR EP10 1, OTION PICTURE, 014 1iN, S911.CA UNCONITTED NAN, THE ARRESTING HEIORAHAGE.-SPLINTING FRACTURES.- CTLEA E FOR PE, PS 160 MOTION PICTURE 034 BIN PLASMA INFUSION-..ALLEV ATION OF PAIR AND UCL ANXIETY..PIEOPERATIVE, SURGICAL AND TECHNIQUE OF PERFORMING INTERCOSTAL NERVE CLEAAED FOR FE, PS, AISTORICAL "POSTOPERATIVE CARE. BLACK FOR TREATMENT OF PAIIFUL ^ONDITIONS PRESENTS THE SOCIOPATH IN SEVERAL TYPICAL OF CHEST WHICK INTERFERE WITH NORMAL ARMY SITUATIONS, POINTING UP THE CLUES FOR DA EBSSANIITATI - BREATHING. IDENTIFYING SUCH INDIVIDUALS AND I11 NOTION PICTURE 025 :IN, 1956 SUGGESTIONS FOR THEIR PROPER HANDLING AND CLEkE FOR PE, TV, TH, PS, UNL :9793.OA GASTRIC INTUBATION DISPOSITION. HISTORICAL 1665, OTION ricture, 025 MIA, 1963 "CLEARED FOR PE DA MALARIA CAUSE AND MESS SANITATION PRINCIPLES IN STORING AND CONTROL PREPARING FOODS. CLINICAL REQUIREMENT FOR INTUBATION - OU6 NOTION PICTURE, 030 NIH, 1967 PROCEDURE FOR INTRODUCING AND MAINTAINING CL[.AAED FOR PE.2778-DA MANAGEMENT OF LEVIN TUBE- TECHNIQUE AND TUBING USED IN PSYCHOLOGICAL CASUALTIES GAVAGE, LAVAGE, AND FOR DIAGNOSTIC ROLE OF ANOPHELES MOSQUITO IN MALARIA SERIES TITLE: MANAGEMENT OF PURPOSES. TRANSIISSION; SYMPTOMS OF THE DISEASE; MSERS CAUATITE PA T OF S ANTI-MALARIA PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN DY THE BASS CASUALTliS - PART X 297T5.DA CARE OF THE CLOSED tindividual SOLDIER; SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CLEAAED 160 NOTION FOR PE, PICTURE HISTORICAL 024 BIN, , NOTION THORACOTOBY PICTURE, 023 BIN, TUBE 1963 PERFORMED BY PREVENTIVE BY MEDICINE UNIT FIELD UNIT. SANITATION TEAR AND "SORTING PSYCHOtOGICAL CASUALTIES FOLLOWING CLEAAED FOR PE UNCU DA USE OF l4halation THERAPY NUCLF R ATTACK - SYIPTO6S AND TREATMENT OF MECHANICS AND PROPER USE OF CLOSED EQUIPMENT PART I - SIMPLE -NORMAL "" DISASTER REACTIONS, MILD INCAPAC!TY, THORACOTONY TUBE FOR DRAINAGE OF BLOOD AND APPLICATIONS "MODERATE REACTIONS AND SEVERE CASES. AIR FROM THORAX Tý ENABLE PATIENT TO 1611 NOTION PICTURE, 029 $IN, ""7 2"8 -D~%.A MAMAGIEUNT A EE OMSBREATHE OF UAS$ NORMALLY. CLE.AED FOR PE CASUALTIES MEDICAL ASPECTS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS 2979D-DA IMPORTANCE OF FIELD SANITATION TO COMMAND, THE PROCEDURES IN THE USE OF INHALA1ION THERAPY EQUIPMENT FOR PATIENTS WHO CAS BREATHE 1I, MOTION PICTURE 016 IllN. LREwE FOR PE, TV, PS 192 Ib, NOTION PICTURE, 021 BIN, UKL CUEMED FOR PE 1965 WITHOUT ASSISTANCE: NASAL CANNIU'A, A AL UICL CATHETER. OXYGEN MASK, OXYGEN TENT, OXYGEN ANALYZER, CROUPETTE, AND ISOLETTE. PHYSIOLOGICAL INJURIES THAT MAY OCCUR FROM DUTIES AND SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE "THERMAL, BLAST, AND RADIATION EFFECTS OF TO UNIT COMMANDER TO MAINTAIN SANITATION DA PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF NUCLEAR DETONATION, AND METHODS OF DISCIPLINE, WITH FOCUS ON TRAINING APD MEDICAL SERVICE EQUIPMENT MINIMIZING CASUALTIES. FUNCTION OF UNIT FIELD SANITATION TEAM. 16i MOTION PICTURE, 023 BIN, 1968 "21785-DA STEPS TO RECOVERY D-A PRINCIPLES OF FIELD L FOR PE, PS REHABILITATION OF THE PATIENT WITH PULMONAXY TUBERCULOSIS MEDICAL SERVICE 1M, NOTION PICTURE 026 OIl, 1966 FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATOR, HOSPITAL. ORGANIZATIONAL, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCCE OF 1I, MOTION PICTURE 030 BiN, 1961 CLEAAED FOR PE, HISTORICAL DIVERSE TYPES OF MEDICA'. EQUIPMENT - CLLAAED FOR PE, TV,, PtPS incl EMPHASIS ON TRAINING AND ACTIVITIES OF MEDICAL FACILITY AND FACILITY IN FIELD - MEDICAL MAINTENANCE SPECIALISTS. "REHABILITATION OF TUBE. CULOSIS PATIENTS LITTER 'EAR, AID STATION, DIVISION CLEARING (SURGERY AND NONSUNGERY CASES) AT STATION EMERGENCY SURGICAL HOSPITAL, DA SPACE CHARGE COMPENSATION "FITZSINiONS ARMY HOSPITAL THROUGH EVACUATION HOSPITAL, GENERAL HOSPITAL AND FOR X-RAY TUBES "COMMUNICABLE, NONCOIUiJNICAILE, AND FINAL LARGE MEDICAL CENTER IN COMIS. 16, MOTION PICTURE, 034 BIN, 1968 'STAGE OF TNEATmET, 28,.05-DA EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE :JfAkEd FOR FE, PS DA FOOD AND WATER, DETECTION SHOCK TWO 1APUAL METHODS OF SPACE CHARGE Of RADIATION AND IO6 MOTION PICTURE, 017 i11, 19G COMPENSATION TO ATTAIN PROPER AND CONSTANT "CONTAUMINATION CL.,kED FOR PE, PS UX.RAY TUBE CURRENT: I) CALIBRATION THROUGH S T M PY O O C U I THE USE OF A SIMPLE BJCXING VOLTAGE SYSTEM,.. SERIESi TITLE: NANAGEIREiP+ OF SYMPTOMS Of HEMORRHAGIC MASS CASUALTIES SHOCK; TREATMENT AlD FOR SHOCK IN WOUNO, ieu40ge4c'and BURR, BUCKING 2) CALIBRATION AND BOOSTING THROUGH VOLTAGE TME USE SYSTEM. OF I61 MOTION PICTURE, 013 NIB, 1962 AND VINAL CORD INJURY CASES. Ciuw FOR K DA KYP IN~iCATIN4 SYSTEMS 'ZSEOWDA MEDICAL SUPPL7 SYSTEM US FOR X.RAY AEUIPMENT PART I EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR FALLOUT TECHNIQUES AND ARMY, PART I 0i"RANIZATION INTRODUCTION EQUIPIMENT TO IO;ITOA AND DECONTAMINATE FCOD AND AORINISTRATION 160 OTION PICTIIIE, 025 BIN, 1964 AND MATER FOR SAFE CONSUMPTION BY TROOPS IN I16 MOTION PICTURE, CLEAAED FOR PE, PS THE FIELD. CLEAED FOR PE, PS. HISTORICAL 2171D.UA EMERGENCY AIRWAY. A PLAN MISSION, AND OPERATIONAL RELATIONSHIP OF PROBLEM EXPOSURE OF OF LINE THE KVP LOSS ACROSS AND UNIT THE LOSS X-RAY DURING TUBE; OF ACTION THE MAJOR ORGAN IZATION WITHIN THE NEDICAL AND USE OF THE LOAD.ON METER AND MULTI 160. MOTION PICTURE SUPPLY SYSTEM: DEFENSE SUPPLY SCALE METER TO COMPENSATE FOR LINE AND UNIT C-71.* F,

233 C.4 LOSSES OR PORTABLE OR IOBILE X-RAY AND CABINETS; ALSO SHOWS REPACKING FOR EQUIPIENT. SERIES TITLE: N.U.S.T TMNSPORTATION. (MEDICAL UNIT, SEL(- "2BBO1DA KVP INDICATING SYSTEMS CONTAINED, TRANSPORTABLE) DA ORAL SURGERY UNIT, THE FOR X-RAY EQUIPMENT PART Ii 6l0 NOTIO PICT RE 007 1IN 1973 LOAD-ON INDICATING SYS TEMS CLEAAED FOR PE. TV. O's UACL SERIES TITLE: M.U.ST. "160 MOTION PICTURE, 017 BIN, MOTION PICTURE 012 BIN, 1973 "CLEAED FOR PE, PS DEMONSTRATES ASSEMBLY AND SETUP OF CLEAED FOR P,. TV. OS EQUIPMENT IN WARD, AND POSITIONING OF PROCEDURE TO CALIBRATE THE LOAD-ON KVP DISASSEMBLED EQUIPMENT IN THE WARD DEMONSTRATES UNPACKING, ASSEMBLY, AND -ETlER USED WIlH PORTABLE AND IOBILE X.RAY CONTAINER FOR TRANSPORTATION. REPACKING FOR TRANSPORTATION OF THE EQUIPIENT TO COMh'ENSATC FOR UNIT LOSS - NOW FURNITURE. LIGHTS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT IN ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH ASSISTANCE OF A OA SURGERY UNIT. THE THE ORAL SURGERY UNIT OF A MUST HOSPITAL.. LOAD LINE CHART SERIES TITLE: N.U.S.T A FIReT AID - PART I " A KVP INDICATING SYSTEMS 160 NOTION PICTURE 007 MIN, 1972 MAJOR WOUNDS AND FRACTURES " FOR Il1 X-RAY PRE. EQUIPMENT R A ING INDICATING PART CLEANED FOR PI, TV, OS 160l, CLEARED OTION FOR FIE, PICTURE Ti,.Cs 021 MIN, 1973 SYS PE G C DEMONSTRATES HOW TO UNPACK., ASSEIBLE FOR SYSTEMS OPERATION, DISASSEMBLE, AND REPArK THE DEMONSTRATES TECHNIQUES FOR FOLLOWING 16E MOTION PICTURE. 031 RIM, 1968 EQUIPMENT STORED AND USED IN THE MUST LIFESAVING RULES FOR WOUNDS AND FRACTURES; CL.EO FOR PE, TV, T11, PS UNL EXPAAOASIFSURGERY UIT. START THE BREATHING, STOP THE BLEEDING, USE OF AN ALUMINUM LADDER TO CALIBRATE A DA SUReICAL HOSPITAL, THE TREAT FOR SHOCK. IMMOBILIZE ALL FRACTURES. SETTING hvp METER READING; ANO CALIBRATION A OBSERVATION OF THE -- OF DIAL OR PUZA BUTTON SYSiENS TO SERIES TITLE: N.U.:.T PATIENT COMPENSATE FOR LINE AND UNIT I SSES. IfI, NOTION PICTURE, 006 B11, NOTION PICTURE, 0!4 INI, A CONTROL OF HEMIRRHAGE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS UIL CLEARED FOR PE 168, l'ton PICTURE 025 1IN, 1971 ILLUSTRATES A TYPICAL METHOD OF SMORS MEDICAL PERSONNEL HOW TO RECOGNIZE uclwaed FOR PE, TA, i UPL CONSTRUCTING A 60.BED FIELD SURGICAL WHAT IS NORVAL AND ABNORMAL IN THE DCHOSPITAL CENONSTRATO USING RUST ELEMENTS: H S ASEIC EXPAND1BLE PROCHEUES PATI EFT'S APPEARANCE FOR AND QU ACTIONS: ICK AND SKIN INFLATABLE SHELTERS, AND ;AF.TILITY COMTROL or HE-ORRMAGE, COLOR, AND SHOWS WASTE A NEDICA PRODUCTS, ELEMENT. BODY MOVEMENTS AND OTHER SIGHS. -- CORPSMAN :N A SIMULATED BATTLE SITTUATION. "29521-OA "9 HYPO2ERIC OPERATION JET OF INJECTION THE A PATIENT RECEIVING AND DA PREVENTION OF HFARING DISPENSARY APPARATUS LOSS SERIES TITLE: APARTU 16, MOTION N.U.S.T, PICTURE 023 MIM, SER TITLE: 0 U CLEARED FOR PE. "'?, ts I MOTION PICTURE, 043 BIN, M NOTION PICTBili I#, 1973 CLEARED TOR PI, PS CLEARED FOR PK. TV, PS POINTS UP THt VALUE OF HEARING PROTECTION I Y OEIIONSTRAT ING THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DEMONSTRATES THE FUNCTIONING AND OPERATION ILLUSTRATES THE ARRANGEMENT OF FURNITURE. BEMONST R TH CAUS-INTENSITY NOISEC OF THE INJECTOR; SHOWS COCKING, FIRING, SHELVING, AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE PATIENT SHOWSEPROTECTIVE OEVICES. DOSAGE ADJUSTMENT, OISASSEMBLY. ADMISSION AND DISPOSITION CENTER OF THE STERILIZATION, ASSEMBL, AND SAFETY MUST EVACUATION HOSPITAL. 29S50-DA US ARMY ENVIRONMENTAL -. PHECTIOWS A EMERGENCY TREATMENT HYGIENE AGENCY STHE DA HYPODERMIC ROUTINE MAiNTENANCE JET INJECTION OF SECTION SERIESE TITLE I TIOP N PICTURE 021 MIN, V PEST P0UC - APPARATUS SERIES TITLE: MUST. INTRODUCES THE FUNCTIONS 1619, MOTION PICTURE, AND SERVICES 027 AIN, OF 1972 IO. MOTION PICTURE 005 1IN, 1973 THE AGENCY BY ILLUSTRATING THE MISSIONS OF.- U2F.ARED FOR PF, PS UNC L P s U ITS DIRECTORATES: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, DEMONSTRATES OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ILLUSTRATES THE LAYOUT OF THE " FURNITURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, RADIATION ADO "POCEDUTRTES.IN PROCEDURES. INCIUDING RUDITGRLEANING CLEARING A CLOGGEDO ACLOGED EQUIPlENT F H S IN OPTL THE EMERGENCY TREATNENT CENTER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES. SCIENCES, AND LABORATORY NOZZLE AND REPLACING SEALS AND RINGS OF THE host HOSPITALS REVIEWS COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONING OF THE OA INFLATABLE.- INJECTOR. SHELTER, THE DA DOLLY SET. THE 29R A SERIES TITLE: M.U.S.T. SERIES TITLE: N.U.S.T OA UTILITY ELEMEN T. THE 1il NOTION PICTURIE 010 lin, i NOTION PICTURE, 019 BIB, 1975 SERIES TITLE: N.U.ST. CLEWkED FOR Pt, TV, i - UN TV, 0S "(MEDICAL UNIT, SELF- DENONSTRATES PROCEDURES FOR ASSEMBLING AND HOW TO MOUNT AND DETACH A TWO PART DOLLY CONTAINED, T2ANSPORTAILE INFLATING THE INFLATABLE WARD UNIT OF THE SET FROM THE TRANSPORTABLE UNIT, AND IOW TO 1]U MOTION PICTURE Ol MIN, 1972 MUST rield HOSPITAL ALSO SHONS DEFLATION ASSEMBLE IT FOR TRANSPORTATION WHE NOT IN CLfAkED FHR Pt, TV, OS [DISASSEMBLY, AMNO STORAGE. ' USE. DEMONSTRATES PREPARATION FOR OPERATION AND I A STERILE PREPARATION UNIT, 291S0-OA BELOW KNEE TEMPORARY CAST SFARTNTING PROCEDURE FOR THE UNIT THAT THE VARIATIONS SUPPLIES POMER. WATER, ANC AIR FOR THE MUST HOSPITAL SERIES TITLE: M.U.S.T. SERIES TITLE: ORTHOPEDIC i 29$32.DA EXPANDABLE SMELTER EXPANDABLE CLEAOED OT'N PICTIRE RIi 009 FOR i, 1974 SPECIALIST TRAINING CLAE PE. t TV. V O OS SUNOL C i1n0 I ilou MoTION P PICTURE, I`055 M;O SENIES TITLE: M U S T. CLEAiED idemonstrates D M FOR PE,,V, N UNPACKING S THE UNIIT FROM THE DT E EI INMEDICAL UNIT, SELF- EXPANDIBLE SHELTER. ASSEMBLY FOR OPERATION DEMONSTRATES THE TECHNIQUE OF "CNTAIND, FABRICATING A AND REPACNC FOR TRANSPORTATIUN TEMPORARY BELOW KNEE PROSTHESIS WITH A 16I0 motion PICTURE 009 MIN, 1972 IPATELLA TENDON BEARING CAST SOCKET. THE "CL[.AED FOR PIE, TV, 03 29BA40.A CLINICAL LABORATORY ; RESTORING FINISHED APPLIANCE THE PAT!i IENT'S SHOWN AMBULATION, IN PLACE, i DEMONSTRATES THE PRO:EDURE FOR UNFOLDING SERIES TITLE: MtU.S.T. I T THE MALLS AND SETTING UP THE EXPANDABLE l 1M NOTION PICT11i. -X6 Ill, S1S.-DA OILGEAR HYDRAULIC UNIT OF THE MUST. AND FOR CONNECTING POIER CLEAOED FCR PE, TF, PS TRAVERSING MECHANISM, THE AND WATER CABLES AND AIR DUCTSPRNILSOOEATN DEMONSTRATES SETUP AND ARRANGEMENT OF 105W. iot!,,b PICTIrRE, 021 BIN, 1944 "29133-DA HOSPITAL WARD, THE I EQUIPIENT, SHELTER ACCESSORIES. WORKTABLES, CLEARED FOR PE PS i C-10 I 9

234 0o C.4 CHECKS ON BATTERY APD IGNITION CABLE, CLM PE TECMIICALITIES OF HYDRAULIC PRINCIPLES DISTRIBUTION AND IGNITION TIMING, BATTERY OERATIOI Of TRAVERSING TURRETS EIPNASIZIMG CLEARAiCE, FUEL SYSTEM AID CARBIIIETER. PART I REMOVAL OF POWER PACK FOR REPAIRS TJEIl IMPORTAICE I1 TIE MODERN TANK. FOR ORGANIZATIONAL VAINTEMANCE OF ENGINE DA RECOVERY EQUIPIMT- PART PART 11 - REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF.SIBD2U.A FUNDAMENTALS OF SIMALL I 162 NEDIUN WRECKER. INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL A0111 WEAPONS PART I - THE OPERATION OF POWERED PAINTE.ANCE OF ENGINE. CYCLE OF OPERATION EQUIPNENT CONTROLS 160 MOTION PICTURE 019 Ill, , MOTION PICTURE, 014 KIN, DA DC MOTORS AND GENERATORS CUAAED FOR PE, MIST6RICAU. MICL CLd FOR PE SERIES TITLE: MOTORS AND PROCESSES OF CHAMBERING, LOCKING, FIRING, PROCEDURES FOR SETTING AND OPERATING THE GENERAVORS PART I AID COCKINi EXPLAINED IB DETAIL - BOOR FRONT $INCH AND REAR BINCH. 16, NOTION PICTURE, 035 KIN, 1961 FU3CTIONAL MODEL BUILT UP TO ILLUSTRATE CL.AED FOR Pf., PS EACH STEP DA SUPERCHARGING A0I FUEL INJECTION DESIGN, APPLICATION, APO OPERATION OF DA FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL 16 otion PICTURE, 020 NIB, 195 BASIC, SERIES, SHUNT, AND COMPOUND ROUND ANNS WEAPONS PAiT I1I L F FOR P, Ps UpIL. TYPE DC GENERATORS AND MOTORS. PRINCIPLES OF AUTOMATIC OPERATION USE TO P'OVIDE INCREASED iorsepomer FOR DA AC 61OTORS AND GENERATORS 15, lotion PICTURE 013 BiN, 1946 ENGINES - COMPONENT PARTS OF BOTH SYSTEMS - SERIES TITLE: MTORS AND Cl[AAE FOR PE, KISTbICAL HOW SYSTEMS FUhCTION TO DISTRIBUTE AIR-rUEL CENENATORS PART II AI XTMIE. CNRTN AT1 EXPLAIIS FOUR BASIC TYPES OF OPERATION: TO15, NOTION PICTURE 023 BIN, 1961 MANUAL, GAS. BLOMBACK AND RECOIL 291n8.DA CARBUREFER PRINCIPLES CL.EAE FOR PE, PS APPLICATION OF OPERATING PRINCIPLES TO OF OPERATION WEAPONS , lotion IDESIGN, PICTURE. 0251, OPERATION, AND USE OF SINGLE AND 1956 MULTIPHASE AC GENERATORS AND ROTORS DA FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL CLEAED FORP. TV, tn, PS OPERATION OF GENERATOR WITH STATIONARY Atlt&NS WEAPONS FART Ill HOW AIR-FUEL MIXTURE IS SUPPLIED TO ENGINE ARMATURE OPERATION OF SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR, SENIAUTOMATIC AND AUTOMATIC. FUNCTIONING OF COMPONENTS, AIR PRESSURE 29IS2-DA MACHINEGUN, 7.629U, TANK FIE DIFFERENTIAL, VENTURI PRINCIPLE, AND N73 -PART I OPERATION AND 161. NOTION PICTIIkE. 010 Ill, 1945 OPERATION OF CIRCUITS. CLEARED FOR PIE UL DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OA NVORAULIC STEERING - 16, MOTION PICTURE 019 NINM 1962 TYPICAL FIRING MECHANISMS CONSTRUCTED WITH PRINCIPLES OF OPiIATION CLEARED FOR PE, TV, OS UHCL MODELS AND BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE TWO 160 MOTION PICTURE 014 Ill, 1956 FETURES AND CAPABILITIES T'.HNIQUES FOR FIRING METHODS ARE DEMONSTRATED. CLLED FOR Pt, TV, N, PS UML CLEARING, LOADING, FIRING AND UNLOADING 29,66-DA FUNDAMENTALS OF FUNCTIONING OF MAJOR COMPOKENTS - PRINCIPLE WEAPONS. METHODS AND PROCEDUPES FOR BALLISTICS OF PRESSURE DIFFEREATIAL, AZILITY OF SYSTEM DISASSEMBLY ANg A01.ABLY OF THE SIX MAIN 161 MOTION PICTURE 019 Ill, 1949 TO RESIST ROAD SilOCK AND KICKBACK OF Cr?~rPINT GROUPS OF -APO S. CILE FOR PE, TN. 03 STEERING WHEEL DA FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS INVOLVED IN DESIGN 29191ODA PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION FUZES AND FUNCTIONING OF WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION, OF THE GENERATOR 16, MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1965 j BllT ARTILLERY PARTICULAR A~ffICATION. REFERENCE TO THM:R SERIES TITLE: AUTONTIVE - CLE.ED FOR PE, TV, U' ONCL ELECTRICITY FOR MILITARY FEATURES, FUNCTIONS AND OPERATION OF FUZES, 2567t.DA PLANETARY GEARS, VEHICLES PART II WiTH FOCUS ON FUZES USED IN ARTILLERY PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 161 NOTION PICTURE, 013 Nil, 1957 PROJECTILES, BOMBS, AND HOCKETS. PART I SINGLE SETS CLEAAED FOR PE. TV, -,4, PS D RRCL E, 160 NOTION FICTUIRE OIll!9i3 916EI DA RIFLE, 5I$N, FO PE, TVLi4 T N H, PS UCL DESIGN AND OPERATION OF GERERAiOR - HOW IT OPERATION AND CYCLE OF *E FOCONVERTS MECHANICAL ENERGY INTO ELECTRICAL FUNCTIONING DEFINES USE ANG MECHANICAL OPERATION. ENERGY - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ELECTRICITY 160 MOTION PICTURE 020 IN,! CHARACTERISTICS OF BASIC COMPONENTS AND MAGNETISM. CLEAAE) FOR PE, TV, US ONCL ANALYSIS OF THE FIVE LAWS OF MECHANICAL OPERATION A PIClPLES Of THI FEATURES, CAPABILITY, AND OPERATION OF STARTING MOTOR WEAPOR LOADING, FIRING, AND UNLOADING OA PLANETARY *'[AMlS, CYCLE OF FUNCTIONING FOR SEMIAUTOMATIC AND "PRINCIPLES Of OPERATION SERIES TITLE: AUTOMOTIVE FULLY AUTOMATIC FIRE. PART II MULTIPLE STS ELECTRICITY FOR MILITARY "160 MOTION PICTURE 015 lln, 1953 VEHICLES PART III DA EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE :. CýU.AhR FOR PE, TV, p ' URCL 161 MOTION PICTUd. 012 IlI, 1957 REC(INNAISSANCE CLEAED FOR PE, TV, NT, PS 16 1 OTION PICTURE 028 INI 1967 DEM NSTRATES PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC PRINCIPLES INVOLVED CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS, "GOVERNING MULTIPLE SETS. SHORT REVIEW OF L C TIC PRIIPINVOLVED HISTORICAL "THE THREE PLANET CARRIER LAWS IN THE OPERATION CF THE STARTING MOTON HO4 ELECTRICAL ENERGY is CONVERTED TO TECHNIQES AND PROCEDURES FOR 2817.OA FLUID COUPLING, THE MECHAN!CAL ENERGY. INVESTIGATING, LOCATING, AND REPORTING AN PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 0 UNEXPLODED BOWS; PRECAUTION4 TO PROTECT 160 MOTION PICTURE 013 BIN, DA MACiCINEGUN, 7.tOf, OO PEOPLE AND PROPERTY IN CRITICAL AREA. AND Cad PPROCEDURES OPERATON Af CYCLE OF IN REMOVING 0ONB FOR DETONATION. FUNCTIONING "COPONIENT PARTS - DEMONSTRATIOP OF FLUID 16K MOTION PICTURE 021 BIN, DA AIR BRAKES PRINCIPLES SCOUPLING WITH THE USE OF A PLASTIC MODEL IN CL EAED FOR PE, TV, N, P$ OF OPERATION. OPERATIOP AND A TRUCK IN ACTION. 16A OOT"N PICTURE 025 INI, DESIGN AND CAPABILITIES - IPENATION *CLEAAE FOR PE. TV.,SOC DA ENINI TUNEUP LOADING, AIWING, COCKING, FIRING. UNLOADING functioning. FEEDING, CHAMBERING, DESIGN AND ýuhction OF COMPONENTS OF AIR SERIES TITLE: AUTOMOTIVE LOCK:NG, FIRING, EXTRACTION, EJECTING. IBRAKES SYSTLM USED IN LARGE MILITARY TROUMLE SNOO!ING PART II COCKING. VEHICLES. OPERATrON OF SYSTEM WHEN BRAKE "" 16, tlw E MOTION FOR Pf, PICTURE IY, TM, C33 PS IlN, DA MISD ENGINE FOUR CYLINDER VACL PEDAL 2S IS DEPRESSED AND RELEASED H40. "2OHV A M R ISI [ G N O PART I R C L N DA MACHINE GUN, CAL , "" MANIFOLD VACUUM AND COMPRESSION TESTS 160M, MOTION PICTURE. 007 RIN, 1962 M.73, P.AT II CYCLE OF.1+ *e, FM IN"... +.,,,o...

235 N1141. 'LE.A4RED FOR PE. TV, PS, IJCIL 160 NOTION PICTURE 020 Il1, 1968 HISTORICAL CLEd FOR PE, TV, OS Ua HERBERT MITZGAMG OF THE NEW YORK TINES AND INER WO.KINGS AND COMPONENT RELATIONSHIP BSERIES TITLE: THE S1I PICTURE FAMED COMMENTATOR BAUKHAGE TELL THE STORY I N EACH STEP OF THE CYCLE OF FURCTIONING: 16K MOTION PICTURE OF THIS WORLD-FAIOUS ARMY NEWSPAPER. FEEDING, CHAMBERING, LOCKING, FIRING OE FOP PE, TV, PS, UNLOCKING. CCING EXTRACTING, EJECTING, AN HISTORICAL 30125"DA THE BATTLE BIG PICTURE OF NORTH AFRICA " COCKING. PART I OF THREE FILMS ON MILITARY HISTORY 160 NOTION PICTURE 028 KIN, 1960 ', DA PREAMBLE TO PEACE OF KOREAN WAR - JIM LUCAS OF SCHIPPS-HOlARD CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS, UMCL SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE le!spapers HELPS ro IA TELL THE STORY. HISTORICAL HIST-ORICALER 161 MOTION PICTURE 02811N 1957 A TWO.PART PRESENTATION OF THE MILITARY CLEAEO FOR RE, TV, 15S, SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE CAMPAIGNS IN NORTH AFRICA DURING WORLD WAR HISTORICAL II.,16 NOTION PICTURE 028 NIH, 1959 AN EXAMINATION OF THE MEANING AND CLE.kED FOR PE, TV, PS, U1CL DA BATTLE NORTH AFRICA '" APPLICATION 3 F THE UNITED STATES HISTORICAL CONSTIT!JTION AND ITS PREAVIBLE. SECOND FILM COVERING KOREAN WAR HISTORY SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE NARRATED BY SEON CVEIN WILLIAM F L H. ORANWA LAINRECE, HSTRY-160, Wll! YORK CLEARED NOTION FOR PE, PICTURE, TV, 028 MIN, NS, ý960 U6CL DA BATTLE OF SALEINO TIMES CORRESPONOENT. HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE A VAR1S END "¾ 1611k NOTION PICTURE 028 IIN, 0 - R COVERS DESTRUCTION OF NAZI FLEET IN OR,',N, CLAkEOFOR PE, TV, PS, UNGL SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE JUNE 1940 AND CONCLUDES WITH FIELD MARSHAL S TRICAL ISO MOTION PICTURE 028 KIN, 1959 MNTGONERY'S BITTERBATTLE FOR EL ALANEIN. "DOCUMENTARY OH COMBAT ACTION OF LIEUTENANT CLEARkED FOR PE, TV, OS, URCL DA BIG PICTURE - THEY WERE GENERAL MARK 1.HISTORICAL THERE, THE IN ITALY. THIRD ARC FINAL FILM ON KOREAN WAR. 168 NOTION PICTURE f1?8 N, RDA BATTLE OF THE BULGE BIGADIER GENERAL S. L.A. ARSHALL ASSESSES C-EARED FOR PE, TV, Ps, UCL THE WAR AND THE EFFECT IT HAS HAD ON HISTORICAL " IOU SERIES TITLE: THE SIG PICTURE TRAINING TODAY'S ARMY. ARMY RCLE IN CIVIL DISASTER SINCE EGINNING 16M )OTION PICTURE 028 NIN, DA JOE KANN STORY, THE OF THE IOTH CENTURY - IOHNSTOWN FLOOD, SAN CLEAIFD FOR PE, T1, PS, SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE FRANCISCO HOLOCAUSTS. EARTHQUAKE AND MORE RECENT,.' HISTORICAL 1 I, OTION PICTURE ý28 NIH, 1960 STGRY CF AMERICA'S IINTE; SOLDIER CLEARkED FOR PE, TV, PS, UHCL DA SHIELD OF THE FREE WCRLD THROUGHOUT THEHISTORY CF THE COUNTA? FROM HISIORICAL VALLEY FORGE TO THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE. SERIES TITLE: THE SIG PICTURE A HIGHLY SENSITIVE MEMORIAL TO A SOLDIER 161 MOTION PICTIRE 028 KIN, OA BATTLE OF MANILA KILLED IN WORLD WAR I1 - EXPERTLY CLEAkED FOR PE, Ti, OS, SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHED NITH UNUSUAL B'.CKGROUNOS OF HISTORICAL 160, NOTION PICTURE 028 Ilk, 1959 HOLLANO. TRACES HISTORY OF EIGHTH ARMY!1 WORLD WAR CLEARED FOR PE, TV, os, , OPERATION CARTWHEEL II, THE JAPANESE OCCUPATION, AND ITS ROLE "HISTORICAL IN KOREA. SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE DOCuIENTARY OR INVASION OF THE PHILIPPINES, 168 MOTION PICTURE, 028 NIH, DA HISTORY OF AVIATION COVERING THE LANDINGS THROUGH THE FINAL CLEARF.k FOR PE, TV, PS, UHOL SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE LIBERATION OF THE CITY OF MANI LA. HISTORICAL 16K MOTION PICTURE.-.- ; 1LE, NOTION PICTURE, 028 MIN, DA BATTLE OF SAN PIETRO HISTORICAL REPORT ON A WORLD WAR I I PACIFIC CLEADE. FOR PE, TV, hs, SERIES SEIE TITLE: TIL:UHCIGPCTR THE BIG PICTURE THEATER ESS OPERATION IMGYPASSIKG - DEMONSTRATES AND ISOLATING ALLIES ENEMYHISTORICAL -- 16K11, 1.: lotion PICTURE 028 MiN, 1959 STCOHS INYS SLHISTORY OF AVIATION FROM EARLY PIONEER CLEAED FOR PE, TV, OS, EFFORTS TO TOE PHE.BILLY MITCHELL ERA. HISTORICAL DA PAYOFF IN THE PACIFIC DA HISTORY OF AVIATION DOCUMENTARY ON ONE OF THE MOST DRAMATIC SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE BATTLES OF WORLD WAR I I - SAN PIETRO, ITALY 16 MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1960 SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE NARRATED BY JOHN HOUSTON. CLEED FOR PE, TV,,UNL N16, MOTION PICTURE 028 NIH 1961 HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE TV, 'S, B A BATTLE FOR NEW GUINEA HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTbjRE "WAR LOSS 'N OF THE THE?ACIFIC, PHILIPPINES FRON TO PEARL THE HAR8OR B-29 BASES AND HISTORY OF AVIATION FROM BILLY MITCHELL ERA 16M MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1959 CONSTRUCTED SAIPAN. TO PRESENT-DAY JET AGE. CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, I'S, XHL HISTORICAL DA PAYOFF IN THE PACIFIC DA HISTORY OF AVIATION STORY OF THE BITTER FIGHTING TO TAKE NEW SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE GUNEA IN ANORLD WAR II POINTS UP THE 160 MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN,,960 16l NOTION PICTURE 828 IN, 1961 "IMPORTANT ROLE OF THE INFANTRYMAN AND NEED CLEWED FOR PE, TV, P', CLEAAEO FOR PE, TV, PS, FOR ARMY RESERVE SUMMER TRAI NINIG. HISTORICAL HISTORICAL 0117-DA PERSHING STORY, THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC CONTINUED - COVERS TYPES AND APPLICATION OF MILITARY ARICRAFT "ISLAND-HOPPING VICTORIES OF THE ALLIES TO IN PRESENT.DAY CONCEPT OF MOBILITY AND "SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE THE JAPANESE SURRENDER ABOARD THE DISPERSION. 168 NOTION PICTURE 0281IH, 1959 BATTLESHIP MISSOURI. CLEAkED FOR PE, TV,P, UCL A PARTNERS IN PROGRESS HISTORICAL DA STORY OF STARS AND SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE STRIPES, ThSi A FiL1 BIOGRAPHY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN 16K1 MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, ILITAY LEADER, GENERAL JOHN J. PERSHING, SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, U,.CL FROM HIS BIRTH IN 1860 TO HIS DEATH IN 16M, MOTION PICTURE, 028 Il, 1960 HISTORICAL. P..,7,o,. 1M, C-82

236 76H -, DoD C.4 WAR. MILITARY IS TRACED FROM WEST POINT TO WORLD HOW ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS WORKS WITH WAR I I - DOES NOT COVER HIS SERVICE AS AMERICAN INDUSTRY TO KEEP AMERICA STRONG DA BEYOND THE CALL PART II PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. AND FREE, FROM EARLY WESTERN FRONTIER DAYS TO PRESENT. SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE DA FAMOUS GENERALS - BRADLEY 16MM NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, DA BREAKOUT AND PURSUIT CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, -S, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE HISTORICAL THE 160 NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 16MM MOTION PICTURE 1961 CONTINUES 028 MIN, 196. WITH REVIEW OF SERVICEMEN.S CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS, BRAVERY DURING WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II, HISTORICAL HISTORICAL AND KOREAN WAR - TRADITION OF BRAVERY STRESSED TO PREVENT WAR IN THIS ERA. STORY OF GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY AND HIS RIS. STORY OF OPERATION COBRA IN WORLD WA 1I, TO TOP RANK IN WORLD WAR 11 TRACES HIS IN WIHICHAIERICAN FORCES BROKE THROUGH DA BEACHHEAD: ANZIO ER DAY AND SCHOOLI AS WL AS HIS NORMANDY AND BEGAN THEIR PUSH ACROSS EARLY DAYS AND SCHOOLING AS WELL AS HIS EUROPE. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, MILITARY CAREER DA ARMY'S MUSIC MEN, THE 30154,DA FAMOUS GENERALS THE 16MM NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1963 MARSHALL SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, OS, NOTION 16 EOION PICTURE, TITLE 028WIN1 KIN, PICTURE EB 1961 HISTORICAL SERIES TsH E TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CLEARED FOR PE, TV,, DOCUMENTS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ALLY WAR 6I. MNOTION PICTURE 020 MN~l 1963 HISTORICAL BEACHHEAD AT ANZ1O IN WORLD WAR I. CLEAED FOR PE, CLAAD'FO ETV T A 8, MS, " i I A VISIT TO THE U.S. ARMY BAND, AT FORT DA ALASKAN SCOUT HISTORICAL MYER, VIRGINIA - PRESENTATION OF MUSICAL SELECTIOKS FROM WORLD WAR I TO CONTEMPORARY SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CAREER OF GENERAL GEORGE C. MARSHALL, '. TUNES. THE INCLUDING HIS POST-MILITARY ASSIGNMENT AS 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1963 SECRETARY OF STATE DA U.S. ARMY IN BERLIN: CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, TIMETABLE FOR CRISIS HISTORICAL DA FAMOUS GENERALS PATTON SERIES TITLE: THE RIG PICTURE FEATURES ACTIVITY OF ESKIMO SCOUTS IN THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE. 16IE NOTION PICTURE, 028 IN, 1962 ALASKA NATIONAL GUARD AS THEY OPERATE FROM THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, FISHING VILLAGE OF SHISHMAREF, NEAR ARCTIC 16M NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1963 HISTORICAL CIRCLE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, HISTORICAL ROLE OF U.S. ARMY IN BERLIN FROM VE DAY DA FORTRESS IN THE SEA 1945 TO THE CRITICAL SUMMER OF 1961 DURING MILITARY CAREER OF THE COLORFUL GFNERAL THE BERLIN CRISIS. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, GEORGE S. PATTON, WITH FOCUS ON HIS WORLD THE WAR II ACTION IN AFRICA AND EUROPE DA U.S. ARMY IN BERLIN: 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1963 CHECKPOINT CHARLIE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, DA FAMOUS GENERALS ARNOLD SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, 16 OTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1962 STORY OF RECAPTURE OF CORREGIDOR IN WORLD THE CLEAREU FOR PE, TV, PS, WAR II BY GENERAL MACARTHUR'S FORCE - 16MM NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1963 HISTORICAL INCLUDES RECULLECTIONSOF ARMY NURSE, CLEA~ED FOR PE, TV, PS, l NC L PICKS UP THE REPORT ON BERLIN, THE DIVIDED PARATROOPER, COMMANDER, ARMY SERGEANT. HISTORICAL CITY, IN THE CRITICAL SUMMER OF DA FAMOUS GENERALS GENERAL "HAP" ARNOLD'S CAREER DURING WORLD ( DA DRAGON'S TEETH PERSHING WAR I, WHICH IS ALSO THE STORY OF THE. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURETHE GROWTH OF THE PRESENT-DAY SERIES TITLE: AIR FORCE THE BIG PICTURE 16MI MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, DA FAMOUS GENERALS 1611, OTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1963 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, STILWELL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, 1S, HISTORICAL HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, GENERAL J. LAWTON COLLINS TELLS OF THE IILITARY HIGHLIGHTS OF "BLACKJACK" THE PERISHING'S CARRER, FROM PRIOR TO TURN OF 16MM MOTION PICTURE. FIGHT TO TAKE 028 MIN, THE SIEGFRIED LINE IN WORLD CENTURY 1963 THROUGH WORLD WAR I, INCLUDING HIS CLEARED WAR FOR PE, TV, II, PS, AND OF THE CAMPAIGN TO CROSS ONTO RETIREMENT DAYS. HISTORICAL THE SOIL OF GERMANY DA BIG PICTURE COAN30151-A FAMOUS GENERALS MILITARY CAREER OF VINEGAR DECISION: JOE. STILWELL THE INVASIOND MACARTHUR IN THE FAR EAST DURING WORLD WAR II. SOUTHERN FRANCE, THE - THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE MILITARY CAREER OF "VINEGAR JOE" STILWELL BIG PICTURE THE IN THE FAR EAST DURING WORLD WAR II. 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, DA PRELUDE SERIES TO TITLE: TAPS THE BIG PICTURE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, 16MM NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN 1963 HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, 1S, THE HISTORICAL CAREER OF GENERAL MACARTHUR, WITH FOCUS ON 16M MOTION PICTURE 020 WIN WORLD 1964 WAR II ACTION IN THE PACIFIC, POST. CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS, STORY OF OPERATION DRAGOON IN WORLD WAR II WAR ERA IN JAPAN, AND EARLY DAYS OF HITRIA -ROOSEVELT, CHURCHILL, CHIANG KAI-SHEK, AND FIGHTING IN KOREA. HISTORICAL STALIN ARE FEATURED A FAMOUS GENERALS TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN SOLDIER IN THE FORM OF "30145-DA BEYOND THE CALL * PART I EISENHOWER ARMY DRILLS, CEREMONIAL AND PAGEANT AS PERFORMED BY 3D US INFANTRY AT FT. MCNAIR, 4 SERIES TITLE: THE BIG PICTURE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, WASH;NGTON, D.C. a 16MM MOTION PICTURE 026 WIN, 1963 THE CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, PS, 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, DA BIG PICTURE - CLIMB TO o HISTORICAL CLEARED FOR PE, TV, OS, HISTORICAL GLORY, THE... H TRI.. CLEARED M OTION FOR PE, PICTURE TV, PS, 020 MIN, UC CITES ACTS OF VALOR OF AMERICAN SERVICEMEN ORPT, S FROM REVOLUTIONARY IDOE NL ERA THROUGH THE MEXICAN GENERAL EISENHOWER'S CAREER WITH THE HISTORICAL TI C-83 F17902= a..,.?- -.1'.?'''.7':.:-'..i ; --?.7` T - T : ``` T. T ``T.. `Z` L- T -T.: -Ii~ ;:- :

237 DoD C-4 * STORY OF THE 1OTN MOUNTAIN DIVISI ON INi 16 OTION PICTLE 02911MI,195 ILTR EENSI ITALY, AND 191AD NOW IT S4CCEEDED IN SREAKING 92, THE cheaaed IH FOR PE TV S.LN PARTICULAR FOCUS ON U.S. INVOLVEMENT IN THE GOTHIC LINE, TOUTED AS INVINCIBLE BY THE HISTORICAL?ACIFIC, EUROPE, AND NORTH AFRICA. W Il LEADERS DA ARMY IN ACTION -EPISODE CI T LOYHISTORY OF ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY AND V -THE SLUMBERING 306-A LNTOGOYA GIANT TRIBUTE TO THE AMERICAN STATESLEM AND AWAKES SERIES TITLE: RIG PICTURE, FITITING MEN WHO GAVE THEIR FULL MEASURE THE FOR TiE RATION. SERIES TITLE: 1IG PICTURF., InE NOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, DA THAYER OF WEST POINT THE CLEADE CDR PE, TV, OS, 16K NOTION PICTURE 020 MNIH 1965 h'trclserizs TITLE: BIG PICTJRE, CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, OS, THE FINAL BREAK-THROUGH OY THE 10TH TEHSOIA 1MQI11TAIN DIVISION IN ITS RELENTLESS PUSH 160, NOTION ýimture 0201IN, 1954US.LGSIAANTCIALOETOS H TOWARD FINAL VICTORY IN ITALY I N RORLO WAR CLEARED FOR FE, TV, s INONORTHCA AFRCA PACIFICL APERUTIONSI II. NITKIA EM GOINLA, AND EURnPE, UP TO INVASION OF DA PARIS 44 STORY Of SYLVANUS THAYER AND HOW 4E SICILY. TRATNSFOTRMED THIE MILITARY JACADEMY INTO AN; 07.* AM ~ATO PSD SERIES TITLE: BIC PICTURE, NSTITUIJTON IfOR FOR ITS HI1STOR4Y OF LOBALM. WARTO PSD THE MOLDING GREAT fipoers. I-GOAWR 160. NOTION PICTURE 020 BIN, 19e4 aserifs TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CLEARED FOR FE, TV, OS, U3CL A OLD GLORY THE HISTORICAL SERIES TIfLE: BIG0 PICTURE, 16M0 MOTILN PICTURE 028 MIN, 1965 THE RECAPTURE OF PARIS IN 1944, ANII HON THE THE CLEA~ED WC' PE, TV, S, ' ALL IES SAVED IT FROUR MASS DcSTRUrT ION UY I511, dotion PIICilky 020 RKN, 1964 H!TORICAL THE OCCUPATION FORCES OF THE NAZI REGIME. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, iýs, ONCL CONDUCT OF WAR NM 1943 OIN EUROPEAN AND HI13.DTORICMOESAL PACIFIC `RCNTS -ALLIED ADVANCE IN SICILY, A TRIBUTE TO OUR FLAG HOW IT HAS BEENMAN MNE GOIIEA, RUSSIA, ITALY, AND PACI FI C SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, INSPIRATION TO TOE AMERICAN FIGhT:NG MA N ISLANDS. 16 HESINCE IT 'BOUDLY CAiRIED ITS IdIRTEEM.4O1?B.LA ARMY IN ACTION -EPISODE 16K 0T1 PIl' TURF 020 RINB 1964 ORIGINAL STAIRS.VI TE ID TUN CL.AE FRPE, S UL A ARMY IN ACTION EPISO,,E HISTORICAL 16M1 NOTION PI^TdRE 020 VIN, 1965 I -TH: WINOS OF CHFANGE CLE.AED FC! PETV, OS, HISTORY OF ARMY MOBI1LITY FROM REVOLUTIONARY llistorical ERA TO PRESENT DAY, WITH FOCUS UNM SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, ronduct OF WAR IN EUROPE IN Al.LIED) LOGISTICAL ANO TRANSPORTATI'M PROGRESS IN THE THE 20TH CENTURY, AND FUTURE NOBILITY 16K MOTION PICTUJRE 028 idn, 1964 ADVANCE IN IIALY, FRAhCE, AND BELGIUM CLAEDFR TUNLLIBERATION E OF PARIS, AND ADVANCE I NTO NEED. CEARE FO PETV.ýS, NCLGERKMAY * OLDIRS N GRASEPINT HISTORICAL SOLDIER U01SD POSUR DURISPAIG FIS UAITER 0' A ARMY IN ACTION -EPISODE SERIES TITLE: RIG PICTURc, U.TH CEN POTURY WORLDNGA FIRS Q ID. VI II -THE VICTCRY THE ~~~~~~~PEACETIME DEMOBII IZATION, ANJ LItE IN U.S. SRE IL:BGPCUE 16KMOIONPITUE 00 IM1964 DURING THE 20-S AJID3C'S. THE CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, ~. HISTORICAL DA ARMY IN ACTION -EPIICODE 16" M OTION PICTUJRE 028 MNIH 1965 If TIHE THREE FACES OF EVuIL CLE, ED FOR PE, TV, ýs, ONCL STORY OF ENTERTAINERS WHO TRAVELLEC HISTORICAL WHEREVER THE MILITARY IIERE IA WORLD MAR I SERIES TITLE: RIG PICTURE, EVNSLAIGTGRMN URNE, Y TO BRINC THEM A LAUGH AND A AEM'IDER OF.:IE14 EIEO ITE N USLN HOM. SKMOIO PC'UR 00 IH 164LIOCRATION OF PHILIPPINES, AND FINAL CLEAkED FOR PE, TV, US NCL SURRENDER OF JAPAN, SEFTEMBER 3016-DA EF I SIBRIAHISTORICAL 2%SERIFS TITLE: RIG PICTU~IE, DA ARMY IN ACTION -EPISODE TEN POST WORLD MAR 1: 31SE OF MUSSOLINI IOU~~ AND MOIO 00MN16 PITR IX - THE YEARt BETWEEN HILERI JAPAN'S NOIN AGGRESSION ITUE0 I, I N CRINA, 94F TH IOP IAM WAR, SPAHISHC lvll WAR, AND CIIAAED SERIES FOR PE, TITLE: TV, BIG OS, PICTURZ, EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION IN U.S. HISTORICAL THE VIGNETTE RUSSI O F TH E EXPSOIIT FOLVN IONARY FORCE WRI-11 WH ICH *ARM NATO PSD 16KM MOTION PICTURE 020 NIH, 1965.L FLAMES ON THE HORIZON CLEAAED FOR PE, TV, i', VSTHEDR RUSSIONAN FOLLOINGIE WORLDEA IN TH HISTORICAL * TIER AD ISIO CTVIIE NIL I TESERIES TITLE: Rig PICTURE, POST MAR EVENTS : US.THE U.S. REHABILITATION O F JAPAN AND GE RMNA NY, * DA TRADITIONSl AND 16K MOTION PICTURE 020 KMN, 1964 RUSSIA'S EXPANSION IN EUROPE,INDO.CHINA AND ACHIEVEMENTS CLEAAE:D FOR PE, T",~, GREEK WARS, HISTORICAL AND BERLIN BLOCKADE. SERES ITL: BG PCTUE, ORL EVNTS :WARI ACH NA EALY A ARMY IN ACTION - EPISODE WORL EVNT 19914:WRI CIA AL THE COBRA STRIKES I L6 NOTION PICTURE 020 KIN. 064 PHASES OF WORLD WAR II IN EUROPE, FALL OF CEAOED FOR FE, TV, OS, UHCL FRANCE, U.-S. MOBILIZATION, AND JAPANSl SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE. HITRCLATTACK YN fe)yll HARBOR. THE STORY OF THE VALOR AND DETERMINATION. OF THE * ARMY IN ACTION - EPCISODTE C16MM MOTION PICTURE 029 RIB, 1965 CITIZEN SOLDIER TO PRESERVE THE AMERICAN IV.THE SPREADING HOLOCAUST CIAEDTORI FCALS UC IDEAL OF FREEDOM FROM REVOLUTIONARY TIMES SERIES TITLE: MIG PICTRUNE, EENSLAIGT OAN AR TO KOREAN udctf WAR.THEVNSLAIGTKOENWR!OU F THE THE WAR FROM 1950 TO AND CESSAi 0N OF A HOW SLEEP THE BR1AVE 16MM, MOTION PICTURE 020 MIN, 1965HOTLIEINJL103 CLEARED FOR FE, TV, os, HOTLIEINJY193 SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, HISTORICAL D* PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE F IS$ C-84

238 DoD C.4 U.S. A. CAVALRY CAPTURE OF BRIDGE AND SUBS QIENT TACTICAL SERIES TITLE: DIG PICTURE, SERIES TITLE: 11 PICTURE, EVENTS - MILITARY GAIN OF THE CAPTURE IS THE THE ASSESSED WITH REGARD TO ENSUING CONDUCT OF 160 NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, , MOTION PICTURE 029 1iN, 1964 THE WAR IN EUROPE. CLEARED FOR FE, TV PS, FOCTPE, i P,. 30S187DA TIGERS ON THE LOOSE HISTORICAL PART I HISTORY AND PRESENT-DAY WORK ON RESEARCH MILITARY SERVICE OF U.S. CAVALRY THROUGHOUT SERANS TITLE: Big PICTURE, AND OEVELOPMENT OF MODERN FIREPOWER, WITH THE NATION'S HISTORY, WITH FOCUS ON ITS EFOCUS ON MISSIONS OF: PICATINY ARSENAL, CHANGED COMSATROLE SINCE WORLD WAR I AS AN THE FRANKFORO ARS[NAL, EDGEWOOD ARSENAL, AND EFFECTIVE INFANTRY UNIT. 16K NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1965 THE ARMY PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY AGENCY. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, DA WATTLE OF ST. VITH PART HISTORICAL DA OF SOLDIERS AND ALTARS SERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE, COMBAT STORY OF ITH ARMOREDIVISION IN SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, THE WORLD WAR II, WITH FOCUS ON EVENTS RELATED THE 16, MOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1965 TO FIGHTING AROUND WETZ AND BASTOGNE. 16, MOTION PICTURE 028 NIN, 1966 C DOR.E, TV, UCL 301 CLEARED FOR PE, TV PS, HISTORICAL PS,3 0 DA TIGERS ON THE LOOSE - HISTORICAL PART II EXTENSIVE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES AND BAKCGROUNO OF EVENTS ON HITLER'S ARDENNES SERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE, FACILITIES PROVIDED BY US ARIY CHAPLAINCY OFFENSIVEDECEWBER 1944, WITH FOCUS ON 19 THE FCN ILTS PNOVERSYAS AR CHAPLAINCY DECEMBER ATTACK ON ST. VITH, MARKING IN COU AND OVERSEAS FOR MEMBERS OF THE BEGINNING OF ATTILE OF BULGE. 166 MOTION PICTURE 028 NIN, 1965 ARMY AND THEIR DEPENDENTS, OF ALL FAITHS. CLEAED FOR PE, TV, PS, OA MATTLE OF ST. VITH PART HISTORICAL DA RED DIAMOND, THE II COMBAT STORY OF IOTH ARMORE DIVISION SERIES TITLE: DIG PICTURE, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CONTINUED - FIGHT!NG IN BASTOGNE AND THE TEK ENSUING EVENTS DURBNG PUSH TO BRENNER PASS 16 MM, MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, K MOTION PICTURE, 028 IN, FROM DECEMBER 1944 TO APRIL CLEARED FOR PE, TV,P, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, D DA ICECAP HISTORICAL HISTORICAL STORY OF THE 5TH INFANTRY DIVISION STORY OF THE THREE.OAY ATTACK ON ST. VITH SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, TH (MECHANIZED), KNOWN AS 'THE RED DIAMOND- - AON RETREAT OF ATERICAN A60AC MOTION S PICTURE TROOPS 021 MIN, WHEN THE 1965 CLEARED INDIVIDUAL FOR PE, AND TV UNIT,PS, TRAINING AT FT CARSON, TO" DIVISION WAS LOS HQ, TO THE AND CAPABILITIES GERMANS. OF EACH HISTORICAL COMPONENT OF THE DIVISION DA TRIED BY FIRE PART I U. S. RESEARCH AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON DA CHOPPER PILOT SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, GREENLAND ICECAP, WITH FOCUS ON WORK OF THE ARMED FORCES SINCE STRESS ON SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, 16K CLEMEDIORFICTE MOTION PICTURE, 028 WIN, 1965 ILITARY AND POLICING IMPORTANCE OF AREA. THE TV KIN 19L 16K CLEARED KOTION FOR PICTURE PE, TAV, 028 PS, NIN, l0DA ALASKAN EARTHQhAKE CLEARED SERIES FOR PE, TV PS,CL TITLE: Wig PICTURE, HISTORICAL ROLE OF 84TH INFANTRY DIVISION IN FIGHTING THE TRAINING OF HELICOPTER PILOTS: PREFLIGHT GERMAN ARMY IN WORLD WAR II PENETRATION 16, MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1966 AND FLIGHT TRAINING PROVIDED BY THE WARRANT OF SIEGFRIED LINE NOVEMBER 1944, AND MOVE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, U, JNCL OFFICER CANDIDATE PROGRAM AT FT HOLTERS, INTO BELGIUM DECEMBER HISTORICAL TEXAS; AND ADVANCED TRAINING AT THE ARMY DA TRIED BY FIRE PART Ii STORY OF THE 1964 ALASKA EARTHQUAKE ANI ITS AVIATION CENTER, FT RUCKER, ALABAMA. 5EWIEI TITLE: SIG PICTURE, TRAGIC EFFECTS - THE STORY OF THE POST DA USO WHEREVER THEY GC THE DISASTER EFFORT TO REHABILITATE THE LAND 16K, MOTION PICTURE, 028 IN, 160 OTIO THE AND ITS PICURE028 PEOPLE. IN, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, 301WO1-DA YOUR MILITARY NEIGHBOR 16. MOTION PICTURE 028 NIH, 1967 HISTORICAL CLE-AED FOR PE, TV PS, $FRIES TITLE: FIGHTING BY 84TH 119 INFANTRY PICTURE, DIVISION IN THE HISTORICAL BATTLE OF THE BULGE. CROSSING OF THE ROER MOTION PICTURE 025 UIN, 1966 STORY OF THE WORLDWIDE ACTIVITIES OF THE AND RHINE, AND THE DESPERATE RACE TO THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV PS, USO SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN WORLD WAR II, ELSE. HISTORICAL AND ITS IMPACT ON THE MORALE OF THE 3OUSS-DA BRIDGE AT REMAGEN PART HOW U.S. ARMED FORCES ACHIEVE GOOD $ERVICLR. SERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE COMNUNITY RELATIONS BY PROMOTING THE PUBLIC DA ALASKAN CENTENNIAL THE WELFARE EMERGENCY CONDITIONS. HERE AND ABROAD, UNDER NORMAL AND SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, 16, MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, HISORIAL OA OUR HERITAGE 16, LEAE MOION F07OR PICUE, PICTURE , MIN,U 1967 EVENTSO SURROUNDIG CSERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE, CTED FOR LS, PE, TV, EVENTS SURROUNDING CAPTURE Of BRIDGE AT THE HSOIA REMAGEN BY AMERICAN TROOPS, 7 MARCH H MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1966 STORY OF ALASKA - ITS PURCHASE AND GIVING U.S. FORCES THE FIRST BRIDGEHEAD ON CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, DEVELOPMENT BY THE UNITED STATES. PRESENT THE RHNE. HISTORICAL DAY ALASKA ROLE AND MISSION OF US ARMY IN 3018SO -DA WRIDGE AT REMAGEN PART OUR HERITAGE OF FREEDOM AS ENUNCIATED INALASA II THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND BROUGAT DA VIETNAM VILLAGE RENORN HSERIES TITLE: 11 PICTURE, TO LIFE FOR FATHERS POSTERITY - MILITARY BY EFFORTS THE FOUNDING OF THE NATION TO SERIES TITLE: DIG PICTURE, TI E PRESERVE THESE CONCEPTS FROM THE THE -160 OTION PICTURE, , 1965 REVOLUTIONARY ERA TO THE PRESENT. CAR MOTION PICTURE,P 020 N, 1967 CLEARkED FOR PE, TV, PS, CLEA1ED FOR FE, TV PS, HISTORICAL DA FIREPOWER FOR FREEDOM HISTORICAL F,,,lo,. 1M, C-85."."."."..-',".' v..'.'.'..'.,...-, :-.,.-.-:..--,.,..".".--.: ,

239 DoD C.4 CM INE THE RICE HARVEST FOR A HUNGRY PEOPLE. SHOWS HOW OPERATION LAN SON II, A COMBINED SHOWS THE MEN OF LEADERSHIP WHO TAKE A US AND VIETNAM REVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT DA PHYSICAL FITNESS PLATOON OF MEN IN BATTLE, QUICKLY ASSESSING PROGRAM, IS CONDUCTED BY THE US 1ST THE SITUATION NDO IAKING THE RIGHT DIVISION AND ARVN 5TH DIVISION TO RESTORE A SERIES TITLE: BIg PICTURE, OECISIONS AT THE RIGH TIME. TERRORIZED VILLAGE. THE 16U MOTION PITICTURE 028 BIN DA FI1NT FOR LIFE, THE DA IT'S UP TO YOU BASIC CLERED FON PE, TV, COMIAT TRAINING, HISTORICAL SERIES THE TITLE: BIG PICTURE, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, DESCRIBES THE ARMY'S EMPHASIS ON PHYSICAL I6R lotion PICTURE 028 MIN, 1968 THE TRAINING,TO DEVELOP PHYSICALLY FIT MEN AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS,, CLEA ED 10I OTION FOR PE, PICTURE TV.,PS, 028 IHI, 1967 UNKL WOMEN UNITED STATES. TO PROTECT THE INTERESTS OF THE HISTORICAL "CEEHISTORICAL DOCIMENTS THE REMARKABLE WORK BEING DONE BY "30212.DA READY TO STRIKE THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE ARMY MEDICAL SA YOUNG SOLDIER 11 ADVANCED TRAINI NO SERVICE AS THEY PROVIDE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE RECOUNTS HIS EXPERIENCES DURING THE ARMY SERIES TITLE: 1IG PICTURE, I THE FIELD AND THE HOSPITALS OF VIETNAM.. ASIC COMBATRAINING COURSE FROM THE TIME THE " OF INITIAL PROCESSING TO GRADUATION NOTION PICTURE 028 1I1, DA BRIDGE, THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE. S DA I IN INFANTtY - THE HISTORICAL INDIVIDUAL, THE THE DEPICTS THE 'TROPIC LIGHTNING'' 25TH 161 iotion PICTURE 028 NIN, 1968 "SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, INFANTRY DIVISION; ITS HISTORY, AND ITS CLEARED FOR PI, TV,S, THE EXPLOITS IN VIETNAM AS A COMBAT UNIT AND A HISTORICAL 160 lotion PiCTURE, 028 IN, 1967 MATION-8UILOING FORCE. CLEA ED FOR P, TV, PS, LOOKS AT THE CLERGYMEN IN UNIFORM, THE HISTORICAL DA SOHG OF THE SOLDIER CHAPLAIN'SCORPS. DESCRIBES THE HISTORY OF THE CORPS AND THE DEDICATION jf THE MEN IN A YOUNG SOLDIER DESCRIBES HIS DEVELOPMENT SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, - IT. AS ALSO VISITS AN CHAPLAIN'SSCHOOL. INI'ANTRY(NAN DURING THE EIGHT-lEEK THE D ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL TRAINING COURSE AT THE "6R MOTION PICTURE, 028 NIH, DA USARPAC FT ORD INFANTRY TRAINING CENTER. CLEARED FOR PE, TV PS, UNRL SERIES TITLE. BIG PICTURE, DA SCREAMING EAGLES IN THE VIETNAM MEMBERS OF THE CHORUS OF THE US ARMY BAND OTION PICTJRE, Q8 MIN, 1968 SING THE SONGS WHICH HAVE BEEN INDENTIFIED CLEARED FOR PE, TV, FS. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, WITH PERIODS OF CRISIS ANl CONFLICT IN THE HISTORICAL THE NATION'S HISTORY, FROMTHE REVOLUTIONARY VAR I6K NOTION PICTURE 028 MIA, 1967 TO VIETAM. DESCRIBES THE ACIVITIES AN R CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, RESPONSIBILITIES OF U.S. ARMY PACIFIC, OR DA ARBY'S CIVILIANS, THE VIETNAM, USARPAC, COMPRISING KOREA, THE MEN AND MISSIONS IN OKINAWA, JAPAN, TAIWAN, AND COMBAT MISSIONS OF THE IST BRIGADE, IOIST SERIES TITLE: Big PICTURE, KAMAII. AIRBORNE DIVISION, FROM THE SUMNER OF 1965 THE TO JANUARY 1967: OPERATIONS VAN BUREN, ISE iotionpicture 0OUIN, DA SOLDIERS.AT.LAW HARRISON, HAWTHORNE, JOHN PAUL JONES, AND CLEARkED FOR PE, TV,, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICT;IRE, PICKETT. HISTORICAL THE DA READY ROUND THE WORLD DPCSTEHGLSRLEDADEIAED 160 NO1TIO PICTURE 028 MNIH 1968 WORK OF THE CIVILIANS WORKING FOR THE ARMY CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, AT HOME AND ABROAD, IN PEACE AND WAR. HISTORICAL THE "16, MOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, CA ARMY TRIANGLE, THE SHOWS THE TRAINING THAT QUALIFIES THE.CLEAdED FOR Pt, TV, UMCL CIVILIAN ATTORNEY AS A JUDGE ADVOCATE OR HIS1ICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, HILITARY LAWYER. EMPHASIZES HOW INDIVIDUAL THE RIGHTS ARE GUARDED BY THE MILITARY JUDICIAL DEPICTS AMERICA'S MILITARY READINESS AND I6K. NOTIOR PICTURE 028 WIN, 1968 SYSTEM. STRENGTH INTHE COMPLEX INTERNATIONAL WORLD CLEARED FOR Pt, TV, PS, DA MEN WITH A MISSION OF THE '60S A FILMACCOUNT OF THE MEN ON HISTORICAL GUARD AROIND THE MORLO. ",'FOOD, MAIL, PAY; THREE THINGS DEAR TO THE SERIES THE TITLE: BIG PICTURE, OA ARMY TRANSPORTATION KEY HEART OF EVERY SOLDIER. SHOWS HOW THESE 16K NOTION PICTURE 023 N, 1968 TO MOBIILITY IMPORTANT ITEMS ARE PROCESSED AND DELIVERED CLEARED FOR Pt, TV,PS, SERIES TITLE: MI PICTURE, TH TO THE SOLDIER. HISTORICAL "16" MOTION PICTURE 028 MIM, 1968 SO216-DA THEY CLEAR THE WAY HISTORY, MISSION, AND TRAINING OF THE US CLEARED FOR PE, TV, S, UCL HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, ARMY RESERVE, HIGHLIGHTING ITS ROLE DURING THE AND AFTER WORLD NAR II, THE KOREAN WAR, AND "THE STORY OF THE MEN IN THE ARMY 160 NOTION PICTURE 023 BIN, 1968 IN VIETNAN. TRANSPORTATION CORPS, WHO DELIVER HEN AND CLEARED FOR Pt, TV, OS, UWCL DA MEETING THE NEED EQUIPIENT TO THE BATTLEFIELDS. DEPICTS HISTORICAL THEIR MISSION AND THEIR TRAINING. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, RECOUNTS THE STORY OF THE ARMY CORPS OF 3020.DA THE SKY SOLDIERS, THE ENGINEERS AND THEIR MISSION IN VIETNAM TO 16K NOTION PICTURE 028 lmn, 1968 BUILD BRIDGES, AIRFIELDS, AND ROADS THAT CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, SERIES TITLE: UHOL BIG PICTURE, BRING MOBILITY TO THE COMBAT FORCES. HISTORICAL S~THE I16IK IOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, DA PLATOON LEADER TAKES A COMPREHENSIVE LOOK AT THE CLEARED FOR K, TV. OS, SCIENTISTS AND FACILITIES OF THE US ARMY HISTORICAL THE NATICX LABS, WHICH PROVIDE RESEARCH, THE OEVELOPMENT, AND TESTING THE STORY OF FOODS, OF THE 173RD AlkBORME BRIGHDE IN 160 NOTION PICTURE 028 NIH, 1968 CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT. VIETNAM; OPERATIONS AT VUNG TAU AND BIEN CLEAED FOR PE, TV, PS, HCA, AND OPERATION 'NEW LIFE,'' PROTECTING HISTORICAL ' DA TO SERVE A SOLDIER , c-' %I/

240 DoD C.4 CLEARED FO PE, TV,PS, THE SERIES TITLE: Big PICTURE. ISTORICAL 160I NOTION PICTURE 028 VfI, 1969 THElETTL: 16ICUE IOI ARE CLE.AAED FOR PE, TV, f',unci 10- NOTION PICTURE 025 Il1, 1968 SHOWS NOW LESSONS LEARNED, AND HISTORY, N HISTORICAL c".*defor PE, TV,f, WECL USED TO TRAIN OUR SOLDIERS TO FIGHT THE So- ITICADANGERS AND PROSLENS OF A HOSTILE CLIMATE VISITS FORT BENIING, GA., WHERE SELECTED NISTORICAL AND TERRAIN, AS WELL AS THE EK EMY. OFFICERS AND MEN ARE TRAINED TO DEVELOP SERVICES AND FACILITIES BADE AVAILA8LE BY THEIR LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO THE ULTNMATE ARMY SPECIAL SERVICES TO US SOLDIERS AROUND DA ARMY AIR NOBILITY TEAM, DEGREE, TAB. EARNING THE COVETED RANGER SHOULDER THE WORLD: SERVICE CLUBS, ARTS AND CRAFTS THE *. PROGRAM, ARMY LIBRARIES, SOLDIER SHOWS, SERIES TITLE: R16 PICTURE, 3O239.DA CALL ME MISTER SPORTS PROGRAM, USO SHOWS, AND R+R PROGRAM. THE DA SOLDIER'S CHRISTINAS 16K POTION PICTURE 028 NIN, 1969 SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, OS, THE "" ~THE "SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, HISTORICAL 160 NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, U969 16K NOTION PICTURE D2SMVN, 1968 DEMONSTRATES HOW AIR MOBILITY ENABLES UNITS CLEARED FOR PE, TV MCL CLEANEI FOR PE, TV,OS, AND SUPPLIES TO BE IMIEDIATELY RESPONSIVE HISTORICAL HISTORICAL TO NEEDS OF COMBAT OPERATIONS IN THE DESCRIBES THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE DIFFICULT TERRAIN OF SOUTHEAST ASIA. WARRANT OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAM, NATURE "NO MATTER WHERE A SOLDIER IS STATIONED, A SEE AMI STRIKE AND SCOPE OF TRAINING, CAREER FIELDS FOR FROM A REMOTE ARCTIC OUTPOST TO THE WARRANT OFFICER SPECIALISTS, AND STEAMING JUNGLES OF VIETNAM, THE SPIRIT OF SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEME CHRISTMAS FINDS ITS RAY TO Hil. THE UA NINTH INFANTRY DIVISION, 160 NOTiON PICTURE 028 1IN, d A UNITED STATES ARMY EUROPE THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV,OS, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, HISTORICAL THE HERIES TITLE: PICTURE,T A HE DEVELOPMENT OF M LE ARMR 1611, OTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1969 T E1968 AND EXAMINES THE TRAINING OF A TANKER AS HE CLEANED FOR PE, TV,, UNC CLRED FOR PEI TV 23M, U196 LEARNS TO MOVE. SHOOT, AND COIMUNICATE FROM HISTORICAL CEETOR ECA ABOARD THE LATEST COMBAT VEHICLES. DESCRIBES THE ROLE OF US ARMY EUROPE AS A SHOWS THE UNDEFEA'ED BATTLE RECORD OF THE DA SOLDIER'S HERITAGE DETERRENT FORCE IN WESTERN EUROPE, COVERING NINT I WORD INANTY WR II DIISIN,BOTH THE NISSIONS EXCLUSIVE OF NATO AS HELL ANINTH INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR It, SERIES TITLE: Big PICTURE, AS THOSE PERFORMED AS A MEMBER OF NATO. AND THE NEW CHANLLENGES TO THE 'OLD THE RELIABLES' TODAY IN VIETNAM. 160l NOTION PICTURE 028 WI, DA D-OAY ANNIVERSARY A BIG GREEN LAM, THE CLEARED FO' PE, TV, S, THE ""SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, HISTORICAL THEL S S E PTTHE DOCUMENTS THE HERITAGE OF COURAGE AND 16l MOTION PICTURE 028 NIH, NOTION PICTURE 028 M11, 19 SACRIFICE OF THE AMERICAN FIGHTING MAN IN CLEARED FOR PE, TV,S, UC -. F.,OTIR PITRE, T S, 9 THE DETERMINATION TO PRESERVE FREEDOM HISTORICAL S: CLEA ED)FOR PE, TV,S, URCL THROUGHOUT THE HISTORY OF THE NATION. HISTORICAL REPLAYS THE DRAMA AND BATTLE ACTION OF THE IN THE JUNGLES AND FORESTS OF PANAMA, THE DA VOICE OF COMMANO, THE PERIOD 0,: THE LANDING AT NORMANDY THE ARMY TEST AND EVALUAFION COMMAND DEVISES FIERCE COBAT TO OVERCOME THE WALL OF SERIE TITLE: IG PICTURE,TRESS EUROPE" IN JUNE NEI METHODS TO PROTECT MEN AND EQUIPMENT THE AGAINST THE RAVAGES OF HEAT AND HUMIDITY NOTIO PICTURE 0281IN, DA CHANGES FACE OF EUROPE, DA FIRST AIR CAVALRY CLEARED FOR PE, TV OS, THE DIVISION HISTORICAL 1 MOTIONPICTURE 028NIH, 1969 CLE.AAED FAR PE, TV, SERIES TITLE: 116 PICTURE, TELLS THE STORY OF THC GLOBE-SPANNING HISTORICAL THE COMMUNICATIONS CHAIN THAT LINKS THE WIDELY- K NOTION PICTURE 028M11, 1969 SEPARATED ARMY ELEMENTS INTO A SINGLE A SALU&Z TO NATO AS IT CELEBRATES ITS 2OTH FORPFE, TUNL FORCE, INSTANTLY RESPONSIVE TO THE NATION'S ANNIVERSARY. REVIEWS THE HISTORY AND CLEARED PE, TV S, UNC NEEDS. ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF NATO, AND OEFINES ITS HISTORICAL PRESENH ROLE IN DEFENSE OF WESTERN EUROPE. THE STORY Of HOW AIR MOBILITY IS HELPING OA SILVER RIFLES, THE PRESID' T RICHARD I. NIUON UNDERSCORES THE FIRST AIR CAVALRY, THE 'FIRST TEAM,' SERIES TITLE: IIG PICTURE, NATO'S RELEVANCE FOR THE FUTURE. "WIN THE BATTLE FONFREEDOM IN SOUTHEAST THE A FOURTH INFANTRY DIVISION, ASIA. 16K NOTION PICTURE 028 IIM, 1969 THE A LOGISTICS IN VIETAN CLEARED FOR PE, TV,OS, HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, THE THE DESCRIBES THE MEANING AND TRADITION BEHIND 161R 'ICN PICTORE, 028 MIf, NOTION PICTURE 023 WIN, 1968 THE COMBAT INFANTPYNAN'S BADGE. CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, CLLkAED FOR PE, TV 3S, UOCL DA KOREA REVISITED HISTORICAL HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: 1IG IICTURA TELLS THE STORY OF THE "IVYIEN" IN VIETNAM DOCUMENTS THE LOGISTICAL EFFORT AND THEFROPTHEIR ARRIVAL IN 1906 THROUGH )HE FACILITIES AT MAJOR SUPPLY PORTS AND NASES 1611 NOTION PICTURE 028 inh, 1969 CRITICAL BATTLE FOR OAK TO IN THE WINTER OF -IN VIETNAM, AN DELINEATES THE ROLE OF ARY CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, TRANSPORTATION, AVIATION, ENGINEER. HISTORICAL UA MEETING TOMMOROW'S QUARTERMASrER, ORDNANCE, AND MEDiICAL SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF THE FIGHTING LAN. PRESENTS A LOOK AT THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA CHALLENGE TODAY TO SHOW THE PROGRESS AN DEVELOPMENT SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, DA EQUAL TO THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE NATION AND ITS PEOPLE. THE SERIES TITLE: 116 PICTURE, 0238.OA RANGER 1611 MOTION PICTURE 028 SIN, 1970 THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, 161, NOTION PICTURE, 028 Kim, 1969 SERIES TITLE: lig PICTURE, HISTORICAL "1119F C-97.o..- '..,... %....''-- /.. o o... o..... o..o.....'.-o.-.' o-.. oo,,*' o.-... o.% 'O- o. 'o.oo.-.'.".... o'.-*...o...-o S,'o o *,-,,P~~~~..,,......,.',o ,.-,-. --,.-.,.- o......%.... /

241 kil "DOCUIERTS THE ARMY materiel COMMIANDS SERIES TITLE: 116 PICTURE, DOCUMENTS THE IMAGINATIVE APPROACHES USED CONTIM8IMGTASR TO DEVELOP, PRODUCF, AND THE BY THE DEFENSE LANGUAGE INSTITUTE TO THE DISTRIBUTE EVERYTHING THE SOLDIER NEEDS, 16i NOTION PICTURE 028 1iN, 1970 TASX OF TEACHING SERVICEMEN FIFTY DIFFERENT FROM BOOTS TO RIFLES, MISSILES TO MESSKITS. CLEAkED HISTORICAL FOR Ff, TV,PS, UI.L FOREIGI LANGUAGES DA GOLDEN KNIGHTS THE ARNY R3028-DA FEMININE TOUCH, THE PARACHUTE TEAM, THE TRACES THE HISTORY OF THE *ALL AIERICANS 82NDAIRBORNE, THE FIRST ARMY AIRBORNE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, SERIES TITLE: 81 PICTURE, DIVISION, I1 WORLD WAR II, IN SANTO DOMI4GO THE THE IN 1965, AM IN VIETNAM. 16I NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1970 " 160, NOTION PICTURE 028 MIN,,NCL 1969 CLEAkED FOR PE, TV CLEARED FOR PI, TV,PS, DA TESTING AT ABERDEEN HISTORICAL HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: 8I1 PICTURE, SPOTL!GHTS THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE 12,000 * SHONS THE ARMY PARACHUTE TEAR PERFORMING THE MEMBERS OF THE WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS IN BORE THEIR SPECTACIULAR FREE-FALL ACROBATICS AND 160M MOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1969 THAP ONE HUNOREDMILITARY J08 SPECIALITIES, TESTING NEW AIR-DELIVERY TECHNIQUES AND CLEARED FOR PE, TV. S, ADDING THE FEMININE TOUCH TO THE ARMY. EQtPNENT. HISTORICAL DA ENGINEERING FOR TOIMORROW DA MEN FROM THE 3OYS, THE LOOKS AT TANK ANU ARTILLERY TESTING AT SOME " SBERIE TITLE: BIG PICTURE. OF THE MOST BRUTAL AND EXACTING TEST SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, TER COURSES IN THE WORLD, AT THE TEST AND THE THE EVALUATIIN COMMAND'S ABERDEENPROVING 1GI MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, , MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1969 =10. D CLEARED FOR PE. TV.OS, UHCL CLCED FOR PE, TV,PS, UNCIL HISTORICAL HISTORICAL DA WHAT MAKES A MODERN ARMY? DETA ILS RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND SHOWS HOW NEW RECRUITS ARE TRANSFORMED INTO SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CONSTRUCTION WORK OF THE CORPS OF TRAINED SOLDIERS DURING THE FIRST EIGHT THE ENGINEERS; INCLUDES FLOOD CONTROL, POLAR LEEKS OF BASIC TRAINING, FOCUSING ON THE NOTION PICTURE, 028 BIN, 1970 RESEARCH IN GREENLAND, AND A SEABORNE ROLE Of THE ASSIGNED DRILL SERGEANT AND THE CLEARED FOR PC, TV, PS, NUCLEAR POWER PLANT. REACTIONS OF THE YOUNG INDUCTEES. HISTORICAL DA SPIRIT OF FOR BENNING, A AMERICAL DIVISION DESCkIBES THE HIGH STANDARDS OF TRAINING THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT AFFORDED TODAY'S " "K. THE SOLDIER TO ENAULEHIA TO IMPLEMENT THE FOUR SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, M16, NOTION PICTURE, 028 MIN, 1969 RESPONSI8ILITIES OF THE MODERN ARMY - THE MISSION, MOTIVATION, MODERNIZATION, AND 1611, NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN1, 1970 CLEARED FOR, TV, PS UMC ANAGENT CLEARED FOR RE, TV HISTORICAL FOCUSES ON THE HISTORY OF THE "AMERICAL' DA DAY IN AMERICA, A DESCRIBES FORT BEAINHIG, GEORGIA, T HE DIVISION; ITS PARTICIPATION IN WORLD WAR ii SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE INFANTRY AGAINST THE JAPANESE, AND ITS REACTIVATION THE TRAINING CENTER IN THE FREE WORLD. TO CARRY ON IN VIETNAM. ~1601 NOTION PICTURE IlM, 196 " A YOUR ARMY REPORTS 18 CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, ONCL DA ARMY NURSE, THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE. HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: DIG PICTURE. THE PRESENTS THE STORY OF ONE DAY IN AMERICA; THE "16K NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1969 THE STORY OF PEOPLE GOING ABOU THEIR DAILY 11601, MOTION PICTURE, 028 BIN, 1970 CLEABEDNE EEPING AMERICA ON THE MOVE UNDER CLEARED FOR PE, TV PS, HISTORICAL BSREE IES SYSTEm. HISTORICAL REPORTS ON THE CHAPARRAL-VULCAN AIR DEFENSE DA IHAT PRICE CONFIDENCE OFFERS A COMPREHENSIVE LOOK AT THE SYSTEM FOR USE AGAINST LOW-FLYI'G AIRCRAFT:. DEDICATED WOVEN AND MEN OF THE ARMY NURSE YEmO -EUCON UHE U INTEERIES DISG, THE TITLE: PICTURE. UNITED CORPS, AND T9EIR DUTIES THRE'UGHOUT STATES THE 0 T SERVICES THE S16 NORLD SINCE NOTION PICTu'l ",M11, 1970 J0249SDA 0ITH ARMORED iavalry CLEARED FOR PE, ', A FIELD ARTILLERY CENTER, REGIMENT, THE HISTORICAL THE, SERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE. DEPICTS THE ARMY TEST AND EVALUATION SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, THE COMMAND. WHICH INSURES THAT EQUIPMENT IS THE ""161 OTION PICTURE 021 BIN, 1969 FREE FROM DEFECTS AND WILL FUNCTION IN ANY 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 MIN, 1970 CLEARED FOR PC, TV, ýs, ONCL CLIMATE ARO 00 ANY TERRAIN. CLEAOED FOR PE, TV,ýS, HISTORICAL A VISIT TO MAS $, A HISTORIWAL COVERS THE ACTIVITIES IN VIETNAM OF THE PICTURE VISITS FORT SILL ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY 'BLACKHORSE' REGIMENT, WHICHSERIES TITLE: BIG OF ITS FOUNDING; SHOWS THE ARTILLERY CENTER ARMORED VEHICLESCOULD BE USED UNDER TOE THE IAMD SCHOOL. THE LUSEUM, AND A 'LIVE FIRE' JUNGLE V IETU AMD AND MARSH CONDITIONS FOUND IN 16MM. CLEARED NOTION FOR PE, PICTURE, TV ops, 028 KIN, 1970 dcl DEMONSTRATION. I HISTORICAL 3024.DA GENERAL BRADLEY STORY, DA SCOUT DOGS THE PRESENTS A LOOK AT THE IILITARY AFFILIATE SERIES TITLE: RIG PICTURE. RADIO SYS T EI, ITS HISTORY, ITS OPERATIONS, SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, THE AND ITS PAHT IN OUR IORLO-WIOE NETIORK OF THE "16. NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1969 COMMUINICATIONS. 16H, NOTIOV PICTURE 028 BIN, 1970 CLEAkRD FOR PE, TV, PS, CLEARED FOR PE, TV,OS, HISTORICAL DA LANGUAGE POWER FOK PEACE HISTORICAL * SHOWS THESE IOOERNOAY COUTERPARTS OF THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, ANOTHER IN THE -FAMOUS GENERALS- SERIES. A K-9 CORPS AS THEY TRAIN WITH THEIR Nt.ANOLERS THE FILM DOCUMEHTARY OF THE LIFE AND CAREER OF AT FORT GORDON ANC FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 16MM MOTION PICTURE 028 WIN GENERAL OKAR BRADLEY. CLEA ED FOR PE, TV, OS, UHCL "30251.OA 12NO AIRBORNE DIVISION HISTORICAL 3026S-DA NTH INFANTRY DIVISION 114C-81 - FM71NRZ I7? 'oi

242 NOD C.4 RECONDO, A SOLDIER WHO PLANS AOD MAKES THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, RECONNAISSAICE PATROLS INTO ECNERY THE TERRITORY. SERIES TITLE: 81G PICTURE,.,.i1, NOTIOR I APF PTE.. Ti.PS IN, ,T D.A U S A N Y A LA. Al 1970 THE CLEAD NOTIOR U PICTURE 028 IN, 1971 NISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: IG PICTURE, ISTORICALAPE,TVOS, DESCRIBES THE VERSATILITY OF THE #TN THE INFANTRY 'PATHFIMDER'DIVISION, AND ITS 1CM MOTION PICTURE 0281I, 1972 GRAPHICALLY OUTLINES THE MISSION AND TRAININGIACTIVITIES INEUROPE. CLEAAEO FOR PE, TV,PS, TRAINING OF THIS MECHANIZED INFANTRY 0,PR ET AHISTORICAL DIVIS!ON, THE 'ROCK OF THEVARNE," IN BOTH 3S026E-OA PRELUDE TO TAPS WORLD WARS, KOREA, AND ITS PRESENTMISSION TRACES THE NIUIEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE IN WESTERN EUROPE. SERIES TITLE: IG PICTURE, IILITARY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR 49TH THE STATE, EXAMINING IN DETAIL THE TRAINING DA TWENTY-FOURTH INFANTRY "IN UTICA D PICTURE 028 IIl, 1971 CENTERS AND TROOP ACTIVITIES THAT ARE DIVISION, THE CLAEFORP1K TV, S USARAL. HISTORICAL SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, OA 'HIRD ARMORED DIVISION THE MEMBERS OF THE 'OLD GUARD' 3RD INFANTRY SPEARHEAD, THE 16I NOTION PICTURE 028 NIN, 1971 PERFORIDRILLS AND TABLEAUS TO DRAMATIZE THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, ROLE OF THE U.S. ARMY IN THE GROWTH OF OUR THE SERIES TITLE: 016 PICTURE, HISTORICAL country..160, TION PICTURE 02111I, 1970 SHOWS THE DIVISION WITH THE INSIGNIA OF THE 3OS27DA BORDER WATCHERS, THE C.LEAAD FOR PE, TV,PS, HAWAIIAN TARO LEAF; ITS FIGHTING ACROSS THE S T I CHISTORICAL PACIFIC TO THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN, ITS.'SERIES TITLE: 11 PICTURE, REACTIVATION DURING THE KOREAN CONFLICT, THE DESCRIBES THE ENORWOUS POWER AND MOBILITY AND ITS DEACTIVATION IN CM, NOTION PICTURE 028 1il1, 1970 OF THE MODERN THIRD ARMOREDIVISION IN CLWEI FOR PE, TV,PS, GERMANYY, AND THE INTENSIVE YEAR-ROUND OA FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION "HISTORICAL TRAINING THAT KEEPS ITS COMBAT READINESS IN VIETNAM SHARPLY HONED. "THE STORY OF THE 2N1 AND 14TH ARMORED SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CAVALRY REGIMENTS WHO STAND GUARD ON THE OA GUNS AT SPRINGFIELD, "HE THE DELICATE BRDERLINE BETWEEN THE AND FREE THE WORLD IRON CURTAIN COUNTRIES 16MW NOTION OF EASTERN PICTURE 020 BIN, 1971 SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CLEARED FOR PE, TV, PS, EUROPE. THEHSTORICAL DA ARIY'S HELPING HANO, THE 16, NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1971 CLEARED FOR PE, TV,1S, CHRONICLES THE MAJOR BATTLE ACTIONS OF THE -,.. : AIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE. HISTORICAL *BIG REDONE' IN VIETNAM, AS WELL AS SOME OF -1"e SHOWS THE STORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE THEIR CIVICACTION PROJECTS THERE. 1 I NOTION PICTURE 028 BIR, 1970 US ARMY'SSNALL ARMS Fvql THE FRENCH AND OA MISSION IN ACTION CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, INDIAN WAR THROUGH THE VIETNAM WAR, IN A HISTORICAL TOUR THROUGH THE SPRINGFIELD ANMORY MUSEUM. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, THE "THE ARMY'S ROLE IN CIVIL ASSISTANCE DA NIGHT OF THE PEN, THE 1, NOTION PICTURE 028 INI, 1971 PROGRAMS IN THEUS AND ABROAD. CONSTRUCTION, CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, WEDICAL AND EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE, AND SERIES TITLE: BiG PICTURE, HISTORICAL DISASTER RELIEF ARE SHOWN. THE 1M NiOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1971 REVIEWS THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE OEn AND 3026-D.A FORT BLISS HEART OF CLEARED FOR PE, TV,PS, WOMER OF THE US ARMY RESERVE TO THE ACTIVE ARMY Al DEFENSE HISTORICAL ARMY'S MISSION INVIETNAM. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, DESCRIBES THE WORK OF THE COMBAT HISTORIANS 302l88DA ARMY'S MUSIC ME!I, THE "THE AND COMBAT ARTISTS WHO RECORD THE ACTIONS 1.l NOTION PICTURE 028 1IN, 1970 AID FACES OF AN ARMY AT MR. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, C[CAAEDFOR PE, TV ~, UNCE SHISTORICAL DA FOURTH ARMORED DIVISION, 16C NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 1971 THE CLEARED FOR PE, TV, S, SNOWSOME OF THE HIGHLY TECHNICAL AND HISTORICAL EXACTING TRINAING THE ARMY AIR DEFENSE SERIES TITLE: BIg PICTURE, COMMAND GIVES THE II. WHO OPERATE OUR THE EXPLORES THE TRAINING AND MISSIONS OF THE ELECTRONIC AIR DEFENSE NETWORK. 16, NOTION PICTURE 028 BIN, 971 ARMY'SOUSIC HiEN TODAY. NARRATES THE STORY CLEARED FOR PE, TV,NS, OF US ARMY BANOS AND MUSICIANS WHO PROGRESS TO PEACE HISTORICAL. MUSIC TO LIFT THE STEPS OF OUR SOLDIERS. "R'eRIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, SHOWS HOW THE DIVISION KEEPS READY TO 3028W.OA ARNY'S OTHER ROLE, THE "THE PROVIDE ARIOREO SUPPORT FOR THE GROUND 1611 NOTION PICTURE 02 BIRN, 1971 FORCES OF NATO IN WEST GERMANY, AND HOW THE SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, CW* FOR PE, TV1, UNCiL MEN FOSTER EXCELLENT GERMAIIN-AERICAN THE HISTORICAL RELATIONS. 16M NOTION PICTURE 028 KIN, 1971.CLEAED : FOR PE, TV, S, DESCRISES THE. PACIFICATION AID DA MAPPING A BET'ER TOMORROW HISTORICAL VIETNAMIZATION EFFORTS OF THE US ARMY IN VIETNAM. SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, PORTRAYS THE US ARMY'S CIVIL ASSISTANCE 7THE ROLE; PROJECTS SHOWN INCLUDE THE LEWIS AND, A tcono TION PICTURE 028 WIIN 1971 CLARK EXPEDITION, THE PANAMA CANAL, ROAD THRIES ERE ITL: IGICTRE CLEAkED TITLE: FOR P, T,JS, li6 PICTURE, UNL AND WATERWAY CONSTRUCTION, HISTORICAL AND DISASTER THE RELIEF. "1i NOTION PICTURE 028 IN, 1970 SHOWS THE ACTIVITIES OF THE TOPOGRAPHIC 3020-DA MAKING OF THE SOLDIER. CLLAEO FOR PE. TV CL, COMIAND, MAKING MAPS OF THE EARTH FOR WAR POLICEMAN, THE. N HISTORICAL AND PEACEFUL USES, AND MAPS OF THE MOON FOR FOLLOWS A CLASS OF SOLDIERS THROUGH THE THE THREE-WEEK TRAINING COURSE TO BECOME DA THIRD INFANTRY DIVISION, 16MM, NOTION PICTURE, 028 MIN, W, N :

243 Dk C.4 C LEARED FO PE, TVPS PERSONAkL HYGIENE AJlO REALS. NISTORICAL DA RIBBON BRIDGE: PART I PESNLHGEEACMAS UlSTORICAL $ LAUNCHING AND RETRIEVAL REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. FOLLOWS A MILITARY POLICE TRAINEE THROUGH 3O4$1-DA I CAN'T DO IT SUCH ACTIVITIES AN ACCIDENT REPORTING, RIOT SERIES TITLE: RION BRIDGE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPYENSORY CONTROL, AID MARIJUANA DETECTION. ALSO 16C MT IOR PICTUe, 01711M, 1978 INTEGRATION DEVELOPMENT) DESCRIBES REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR CEEýib FOR PE, T, ' URCL 16, NOR PICTURE, 020 IN, 1978 MILITARY PRISONERS. THE FILM lill IDENTIFY TWO TYPES OF BRIDGE CLEARtD FOR PE, TV,? DA PIONEERING FOR TOMORROW BAYS, NAME NINE ITEMS OF CONNtCTING SHOWS PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN WITH HARDWARE AND DEMONSTRATE PROCEDURE FOR IOVEMENT/MOTOR DIFFICULTIES AND HOW SERIES TITLE: BIG PICTURE, LAUNCHING AND RETRIEVING BRIDGE BAYS. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY CAN GI'E THEM SELF. THE REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 1/2 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. CONFIDENCE AND IMPROVED MOVEMENT SKILLS. CL FOR IED PE, T C,, 3034.DA It. YASSRO GOES TO REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. HISTORICA. WASHINGTON D A NUTRITION.THE FIRST YEARS LEA6 tiotion PI C"UREE 033 II!N, NI MOTION PICTURE 016 MIN, 1980 SURVEYS IMPORTANT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CLA FOR PE, TV. P0 UMCL MOTION CE 0, 1980 ACTIVITIES WHICH HAVE PROVIDED BETTER CLEARb FOR PE, TV, MATERIALS, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES TO THE HOW ARMY OFFICERS ARE SELECTED FOR GIVES MOTHERS BASIC INFORMATION ON CHILD ARMY AND TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. PROMOTION BY USE OF PROPER PROCEDURE AND CARE AND NUTRITION TO START INFANTS 0.1 THE REASONING IS DESCRIBED IN THIS FILM. ITS ROAD TO A HEALTHY AND HAPPY LIFE. 302D9.-A CITIZEN SOLDIER COJUNITY PURPOSE IS TO CLEAR UP THE MISUNDERSTANDING LEADER THAT PROMOTION IS A REWARD FOR YEARS OF REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. SERIES TITLE: MIG PICTURE, SERVICE OR A METHOD FOR GIVING A PAY RAISE DA DOCTOR, PATIENT, THE ILLUSIRATES THE PROMOTION PROCESS AS A DIETITIAN.- AND YOU TMEANS OF MEETING THE ARMY'S NEEDS FOR ONR, 16 NOTION PICTURE M11, NOTION PICTURE, lin, 1971 JUALIFIEd OFFICERS IN VARIOUS GRADES CLIAkED HISTORICAL FOR PE, TV,, EXPLAINS FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD. CLEARED FOR PC, TV, Pt THIS FILM IS AN ELCELLENT PORTRAYAL OF THE DA FAITH AND THE PRISONER OF THIS FILM TELLS HOSPITAL FOOD SERVICE T I AFAR PERSONNEL HOW THEIR JOBS CAN INFLUENCE A SARMY RESERVE UNITS I COMUNITY PATIENT'S RECOVERY. POINTS OUT HOW RELATIONS/DOMESTIC ACTION ACTIVITIES. ARMY S8 NM OTION PICTURE, 035 MIN, 1978 IMPORTANT MEALS ARE TO MOST PATIENTS. GIVES RESERVE UOSMITS ARE DEP;CTED IN THEIR ROLE AS CLEARED FOR PE, TV, Pt EXAMPLES OF THE MANY SPECIAL DIETS CITIZEN SOLDIERS IN PARTS OF THE UNITED DEALS WITH CONCEPTS, IDEAS AND EMOTIONS INVOLVED. SHOWS BEHIND-THE-SCENES EFFORTS STATES AND PUERTO RICO. CONCERNING TRAOITIONHL AND CONTEMPORARY OF THE DOCTOR, NURSE, DIETICIAN, DIET AIDS, DA USO 30 YEARS OF SCV1CE 'RELIGIOUS VALUES. PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS COOKS, KITCHEN WORKERS AND OlSHWASHERS TO GIVEN TO PERSONAL CHOICE OF COMMUNICATION GET THE RIGHT FOOD TO EVERY PATIENT AT SERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE, WITH GOO IN THE PON SITUATION. EVERY MEAL. THE REMA: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 160N, NOTION PICTURE. REMARKS: ALSO DISTR18UTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE, 1C6 F NOTION PICTUREV 023 WI, DA LEISURE TIME DA FIT TO BREATHE L HISTORICAL MOTION PICTURE 024 MIN, HISORIALCLEARED K MOTION PICTURE FOR PE. TV, 015 P5UAI. PIN, CE O E V tuc TAKES A LOOK AT THE USO TODAY, FROM SAN SAO FRUITFUL USE OF LEISURE HOURS, THE NEED FOR EXPLAINS RESPONSIBILITIES, REQUIRED "ITALY, FEATURING BOB HOPE; A MORLO-MIDE MEANINGFUL SENIOR CITIZEN ACTIVITIES AND TRAINIG AND USE OF RESPIRATORS UNDER THE DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THIS SERVICE TO PLANNING FOR FUTURE INCREASED tree Tile ARE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT TO SERVICEMEN ANMM EN. DISCUSSED. PROTECT POLLUTION. IWORKERS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL AIR US ARMY IN SPACE AMOUNDER DA POSITIVE TUBERCULIN SKIN REMARKS: ALSO DISTRIBUTED IN 3/4 INCH, VIDEO TAPE. THE SEA, THE TEST, THE WHAT DOES IT MEAN? DA TAKING VITAL SIGNS SERIES TITLE: WIG PICTURE, 16 Ill NOTION PICTURE 008 1IN, MOTION PICTURE 014 WIN, 1978 THE CLEARLD FOR PE, TV, U OKCL CLEAAED FOR P6, TV, PS 16, NOTION PICTURE 028 WIN, 1971 CLUAkED FOR PE, TV PUSL THIS FILl GIVES UP-TO-DATE INFORIATION ON EXPLAINS AND DEMONSTRATES HOW TO CHECK THE HISTORICAL TUBERCULOSIS. EXPLAINS HOW TH