Navy F-4F Wildcat & F-6F Hellcat WW2 Warbird Aircraft Carrier Crashes old films DVD by F4F F6F

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F4F Wildcat and the F6f Hellcats Stories.The F4F was a short stubby Navy fighter that barely saved the day at the beginning of the war with Japan. The Japanese Zero could fly circles around the American planes at the time The best tactic was to NEVER get into a dogfight with a Zero. The Americans found a A6M Zero intact in the Aleutians in 1942 and built the famous F6F to counter what they found out about the Zero. In the end, the F6F shot down over 5100 Japanese planes with a loss on only 270. That is an amazing kill ratio.1st Film F6F Pilot Instructions 20:10 Min's.2nd Film The Fleet that Came to Stay This is a film by the USN about the War in the Pacific. 20:33 Min's3rd Film Don't Kill Your Friends. This is a film about Ensign Delbert in his F4F not wanting to follow instructions and causes all kinds of problems for his fellow shipmates. 13:35 Min's4th Films F4F and F6F Newsreels . This is a collection of Newsreels of the F4F Wildcat and the F6F Hellcats by Grumman. 1. GM's 2500 Wildcat Built. 2. F4F Pilot Checkout. 3. Navy Planes hit China Sea. 4. Navy Planes sweep Manila Sea. 5. F6F used as robot Missiles. 6. F6F remotly piloted across alantic. Great stuff. 16:36 min.5th Films F4F and F6F Crashes. I have been collecting films for years and when I find things like carrier crashes, I separate them and put them in a bin. This film is a collection of (never seen in this format before) F4Fs and F6F crash landing in the sea, on the deck of a carrier, on land. etc. 7:07 min.We are a small American family business, (mostly father & son), that collect old films. Our goal is to save old films from the trash heap and digitize them in HD for future generations to enjoy. We hope you'll enjoy our work too.

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