GULF WAR: EGYPTIAN ARMY HAND TO HAND COMBAT DISPLAY
SHOTLIST : RUSHES TAPE: FOOTAGE SHOWING EGYPTIAN ARMY HAND TO HAND COMBAT DISPLAY IN THE DESERT. KEYWORDS : GULF WAR IRAQ IRAQI MILITARY MIDDLE EAST KUWAIT SAUDI ARABIA ARMED FORCES ALLIES EGYPT EGYPTIAN ARMY XINDEX : Military, War DURATION = 2'30" SOURCE = B132 TAPE = 538 TIMECODE_IN = 02:17:15:00
UH-1B HELICOPTER GUNSHIPS Vietnam War HD footage
03/16/1968 - 03/17/1968 (120Th Aviation Company, 210Th Combat Aviation Battalion, 1St Aviation Brigade), Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam ; Combat Operations (2D Bn, 35Th Inf, 3D Bde, 4Th Inf Div), Antennae Valley, Lz Ryer, South Vietnam Footage inside helicopter, Machine gunner firing at enemy positions from helicopter. Soldiers on ground patrol village, question, and treat wounded villagers. Continue patrol through jungle, find dead body
TIME TO REMEMBER - THE BETTER 'OLE 1916 - reel 4
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. <br/><br/>Reel 4. <br/><br/>01:17:30 High angle shot of motorcade travelling through crowded streets. One of the cars contains newly elected American President Woodrow Wilson. Large crowds mill around. Wilson makes speech to crowd.<br/><br/>01:17:49 Scenes of battle (Voice over suggests they are Verdun). Artillery fired. Explosions on the horizon. Lots of guns being fired. Troops running forwards through torn landscape. Broken trees and ripped up land. Groups of German prisoners of war marched along. <br/><br/>01:19:05 German prisoners of war marched down street in England. In the back ground is a recruiting office. <br/><br/>01:19:29 Man addressing rally. Crowd raise their hats. Large group surround church being used for pacifist meeting. They smash a window and being climbing in. Stones are thrown and more men go in through the door. Flags are thrown out and their are general scenes of outrage. <br/><br/>01:20:09 C/U barbed wire, sandbags and trench. Machine gun being fired.<br/><br/>01:20:20 Men on horses. They are not wearing full uniform, some in fact are just wearing their underwear. C/U man with large moustache holding the head of his horse. <br/><br/>01:20:37 Early version of tank moves over landscape. It is called the 'Army Horse". It is towing a carriage, and is operated by reins, just like a mechanical horse. Tank rolling over rise towards camera. Tank coming over hill and crushing tree. Tank driving over car and crushing it. A man on top of the tank holds a small dog. Men look over remains of the car. <br/><br/>01:21:29 Men rush over bank and use their bayonets to spear sandbags. They are obviously training. Soldiers running over training ground attacking sandbags. <br/><br/>01:21:44 Man walks along street with long pole he knocks on the upstairs windows of the houses. He is a 'Knocker Up' whose job it is to wake people up for work in the morning. Women walk into factory. Young woman holding baby talks with nurse. Women making small artillery shells in factory. Pallet of shells on trolley.<br/><br/>01:22:17 Artillery firing. Troops moving though the trenches. (Voice over suggests this is the Somme) Troops in trenches fix bayonets. Artillery firing. Troops in trenches. <br/><br/>01:22:42 Lord Herbert Horatio Kitchener inspecting troops. He inspects Algerian troops. He inspects French riflemen. View out across sea (to illustrate Kitchener's death on ship). <br/><br/>01:22:59 Shot of two German machine gunners. British troops marching forward into fire. Several fall. The German machine gunner firing. British troops marching forwards. Large explosion. More machine gunning. Tank moves forwards and knocks down tree. Infantry walking behind tank. Tank moving along the horizon. Tanks moving across battlefield. Troops moving along captured trench. Hand to hand combat in trenches. German troops put up hands. <br/><br/>01:23:44 Injured soldiers moved on stretchers on wheels. Injured soldier walks with the aid of a medic. Behind him is a large medical camp. Ambulances drive out of Charing Cross station in London. <br/><br/>01:24:00 Men speaking to large rally. Crowd of men raise their hands in support. <br/><br/>01:24:22 King George V walks out of doorway with David Lloyd George. They are with a group of men. It appears to be the cabinet. Winston Churchill is visible just behind the Prime Minister. Pan across Cabinet and King. Churchill clearly visible in the line up. Stanley Baldwin is also there. <br/><br/>01:24:47 Troops at work in damaged town. They seem to be repairing damaged bridge. The troops may be from a Scottish or Irish regiment. Troops marching across battlefield.<br/><br/>01:25:05 Skit from Film (ABPC) - Soldier in trench receives food parcel. He hands out things to his comrades. German troops shot his bottle of port wine so he retaliates by throwing some gorgonzola cheese into their trench. The enemy trench explodes with the powerful smell of the cheese.<br/><br/>01:26:26 End Titles & Credits: Singing over the credits about not wanting to go to war.<br/>Time to Remember - Written and Produced by Peter Bayliss, Associate Producer Lionel Hoare, Film research from the Associated British Pathe Library Harry Wynder Charles Chart, Recorded by George Newberry, Executive Producer Terry Ashwood.<br/><br/>End of Reel 4 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.<br/><br/>Note: World War One battle sequences may contain faked footage.
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WORLD WAR II/ VICTORY IN EUROPE (1944)
THIS IS HISTORIC BLACK AND WHITE FOOTAGE “THE AIR FORCE STORY” CHAPTER XXII-VICTORY IN EUROPE. NARRATION ON THE FILM IS NOT LICENSABLE
[The fight of Alain Cocq on the end of life]
FR3 / France 3
X-47B FIRST LAUNCH USS GEORGE W BUSH 1
17:14:34:05 FIELD DISK // Footage of the X-47B Unmanned Combat air system drone test flight takeoff aboard the USS George W Bush. First time a carrier based catapult launch is performed // 17:14:35 At ...
AERIAL POV Shot of B17s in formation above clouds
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News Review
WORLD WAR II: THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY PT. 2 (1942)
Color film, 1942 The Battle of Midway, between the US and Japan took place June 4-7, 1942.
DVIDS: 2nd Brigade Combat Team
DVIDS: CAMP STRIKER, IRAQ - 2ND BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION 100TH AIR ASSAULT B-ROLL (FROM 6/28/07) NY2/X79/Slugged; 1140 DVIDS X79 11:45:07 NIGHT - SOLDIERS STANDING, WS 11:45:15 HELICOPTER THROUGH NIGHT VISION 11:45:31 SOLDIERS WITH HELMETS, TS 11:45:38 HELICOPTER HOVERING BY, WS 11:45:57 TIGHTER SHOT OF HELICOPTER 11:46:17 TS SOLDIER WITH NIGHT VISION GOGGLES ON 11:46:27 AERIALS 11:46:56 SOLDIER STANDING, TS 11:47:06 SOLDIER ON GROUND, TS 11:47:23 SOLDIER WALKING WITH RIFLE, TS 11:47:29 WIDE SHOT OF SOLDIERS WALING AROUND FIELD 11:47:39 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD, TS 11:48:04 SOLDIERS IN POSITION, MS 11:48:21 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD(BACK SHOT) 11:48:38 SOLDIER TS SS 11:48:54 SOLDIER TS SS MARNE TORCH SLATE - BLOWING UP BOOBY TRAPPED HOUSES W/ A BUS VBIED W/ NEWEST PRECISION GUIDED MUNITION EXCALIBUR IN ARAB JABOUR 11:49:16 EXPLOSION, WS **11:49:27 ZOOM IN ON EXPLOSION, SMOKE 11:50:16 ZOOMING INTO TARGETED AREA - SMOKE, TS As usual, we have some hot video of us blowing up a booby-trapped house with a bus VBIED outside. The BIG deal is that we used the newest precision guided munition we have called the Excalibur. This is the first time we (3ID) fired this munition in offensive operations or should I say combat. The house we hit was suspected of being a torture house and a place to store munitions for Al Qaeda. This event took place in Arab Jabour, one of the enemy sanctuaries we are cleaning out during Marne Torch. I would prefer to provide someone to speak to the video that we have...it can be Col Terry Ferrell, the 5th surge brigade commander or our deputy commander, BG James Huggins. We have UAV footage of the strikes. We also have some footage of an air assault mission from last night. The big deal here is that this is the 100th air assault mission for our brigade from 10th Mountain Division since they deployed in Sept. 2006.
TIME TO REMEMBER - YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU 1915 - reel 4
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. <br/><br/>Reel 4.<br/><br/>01:17:56 Cars in streets in London, the streets are crowded with people. They are demonstrating their support for Italy's entry into World War One against Austria. People are walking along the streets. Some carry flags. High angle shot of large crowds held back by police. Some of the crowd appear to be holding Italian flags. Closer shot shows some people on the balcony of building. (The voice over suggests that this is the Italian Embassy). More crowds of Italians and Italian supporters in London. <br/><br/>01:18:40 Dark shot of Italian troops marching. Italian troops moving on skis through snow covered landscape. They are dragging a sledge behind them. Italian troops skiing down wooded hillside.<br/><br/>01:19:03 Group of British soldiers tossing colleague in the air from sheet. Men standing outside tent getting tattoos done. Men walking away from tents with kit bags slung over their shoulders. Troops marching along road. Troops line up for inspection at the railway embarkation point. The troops are inspected by Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught. The troops raise their hats in a cheer. Prince Arthur shakes hands with the officers in front of railway carriage. People waving off train filled with troops. A stills cameraman takes a picture. Troops waves from the carriage windows as the train pulls out. People standing on the platform wave goodbye. <br/><br/>01:20:07 Warship sails towards camera, it is painted with camouflage patterns. Ship moves through high seas. Several naval vessels firing their guns (apparently during the engagement at Dogger Bank). Ship lists as it starts to sink. As the ship sinks under the water, sailors can be seen leaping into the sea. She capsizes completely, men can be seen running across the hull as it rolls. (Voice over suggests this is the German battleship (Battle cruiser) Blucher, it is in fact thought to be the Sven Isvan).<br/><br/>01:20:46 U-boat submarine with its conning tower just above the surface. High angle shot of torpedo skimming through water. Ship explodes. <br/><br/>01:20:56 Woman buying food in shop. Woman cutting cheese in food shop. Woman weighing and shaping butter on old fashioned scales. People standing in street. Man walking across road with suitcase. Small group of children. (Apparently survivors from sinkings.)<br/><br/>01:21:37 Smashed windows in German owned shops. A policeman walks in front of one of the shops. He appears to be moving people on. Burnt and smashed building. C/U on damaged clock advertising coals. C/U face of a pocket watch .<br/><br/>01:22:13 Soldier presses plunger on detonator. Large explosion. Officer blows whistle and men go over the top out of trench. Soldiers climbing up ladders out of trenches. Troops run forwards in to smoke. More troops out of trenches. Scots piper - David Laidlaw, playing himself - climbs out of trench playing. Soldiers follow him out of trench. Hand to hand combat in German trenches. (This is faked footage of an incident during the Battle of Loos, paperwork suggests ABPC material, probably The Guns of Loos, a 1928 British silent film.)<br/><br/>01:23:33 German Prisoners of War marching. Prisoners eating bread. Ambulances pulling away from British railway station. Crowds of people are looking on. Injured troops with walking sticks march past camera. Several of them wave. Injured troops sitting in open air wing of hospital. Injured men playing bowls. The walk towards the camera to check who has won that end. Injured man lies in bed. At is bedside are other colleagues, one of whom has a bandaged head. The man in bed plays draughts with one of his fellows. <br/><br/>01:24:49 Graves marked with wooden crosses on hillside over looking sea at Gallipoli. C/U of wooden cross with cap hanging from it. Turkish soldiers look at cross. (This may also be faked footage from ABPC).<br/><br/>01:25:11 Crowd attend meeting in Hyde Park, London. A man is addressing the meeting. There is a show of hands or vote. <br/><br/>01:25:26 Car arriving past crowd. David Lloyd George out of car and greeted. Dark shot of Winston Churchill (in large dark coat) walking in to meeting. <br/><br/>01:25:49 C/U General French. C/U General Douglas Haig.<br/><br/>01:25:59 Troops on horseback ride. Troops marching. Troops climbing onto train. Troops waving from windows of railway carriage as they pass camera. <br/><br/>01:26:35 End Titles (Music of mixes out as clock ticking mixes in). Credits:<br/>Time to Remember - Written and Produced by Peter Bayliss, Associate Producer Lionel Hoare, Film research from the Associated British Pathe Library Harry Wynder Charles Chart, Recorded by George Newberry, Executive Producer Terry Ashwood.<br/><br/>End of Reel 4 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG. reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.
TIME TO REMEMBER - THE ELEVENTH HOUR 1918 - reel 4
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. <br/><br/>Reel 4.<br/><br/>01:17:36 General Douglas Haig with other officers.<br/><br/>01:17:44 Biplane fighters moved from hanger. Large biplane bomber warming up engines. Bombs being loaded into hold. <br/><br/>01:18:02 Rows of supply lorries travelling backwards and forwards along road.<br/><br/>01:18:07 Troops walking along in trenches. Bombardment begins. Lots of artillery being fired. Shots of troops in trenches looking on. Troops go over the top. Men move forward through barbed wire. C/U German machine gun post. British troops take trench. German troops captured. (Some of this may be staged footage.)<br/><br/>01:18:52 C/U of sand running through Hour Glass.<br/><br/>01:18:55 Soldier holds wristwatch up to camera. French troops massed in trenches. Large artillery barrage begins. French troops go over the top and run forwards. <br/><br/>01:19:25 Wounded men on stretchers lined up on railway platform. German prisoners of war march. <br/><br/>01:19:33 C/U of sand running through Hour Glass.<br/><br/>01:19:43 Exterior of the Kaiser's Palace in Berlin. Machine guns moved into place around the Kaiser's Palace. (Voice over talks about Mutiny by German sailors and soldiers).<br/><br/>01:20:10 C/U of sand running through Hour Glass.<br/><br/>01:20:13 American troops march along road. Lots of discarded material is left by the roadside.<br/><br/>01:20:18 L/S bombers flying high above in formation. C/U through bomb aimers position in plane. Camera in plane follows bombs as it falls to earth. Plane flies low through explosions on ground. <br/><br/>01:20:35 Allied advance using tanks as well as infantry. Lots of troops running forwards. <br/><br/>01:21:03 C/U of sand running through Hour Glass.<br/><br/>01:21:05 Biplane flies low over advancing troops. <br/><br/>01:21:12 C/U of sand running through Hour Glass.<br/><br/>01:21:14 Combat scenes - Allies advance on German trenches.<br/><br/>01:21:23 C/U of sand running through Hour Glass.<br/><br/>01:21:27 German troops come out of trench and surrender to British troops. German prisoners, included injured men, walk under escort. Large number of German POWs look out at camera through barbed wire fence of Prison Camp. C/U Prisoner eating piece of bread. C/U German prisoner looking at camera. German prisoners stand up in camp.<br/><br/>01:21:56 C/U clock face of Big Ben showing Eleven O'clock. One side of the tower has some scaffolding on.<br/><br/>01:22:02 Ruined town in Europe. Most buildings show signs of damage. A woman wheels a pram in the foreground. Another woman walks across the scene. Children play in the courtyard of a damaged building. Pan across desolated countryside. <br/><br/>01:22:52 Victory celebrations in London. Crowds in the streets celebrate the armistice. A crowded open top bus drives through the street. Large crowd, many people waving their hats. More crowd shots, people are waving Union Jack flags and cheering. <br/><br/>01:23:13 Celebrations in Paris, France. More massive crowds. Some hold balloons. Some are waving American flags. An allied soldier is carried shoulder high. More joyous crowds.<br/><br/>01:23:45 Crowds in Berlin, Germany. They are equally enthusiastic. German troops ride on horseback through crowds. Following them are soldiers on foot. Shot of building with lots of balconies, people are waving from every space. German troops waving as they return. <br/><br/>01:24:29 View of Cathedral across the River Rhine. Allied troops marching across bridge over Rhine. Electric trams run along the roadway beside them. <br/><br/>01:24:44 British troops dancing in camp. The men dance with each other. <br/><br/>01:24:59 Title reads: "8,000,000 Dead".<br/><br/>01:25:02 War cemetery. C/U cross with inscription which reads 'British Soldier'. Pan across graves.<br/><br/>01:25:21 Title reads: "21,000,000 Maimed".<br/><br/>01:25:24 Women push wounded soldiers in wheelchairs. Many of the men are amputees. Rows of men walking on crutches, most have lost legs. <br/><br/>01:25:38 Crowds at docks wave. Troops come down gangplank from troopship as they return to Britain. Walking wounded coming down steps from ship. High angle shot of troops standing on deck of ship. Wounded men on stretcher brought off ship. Wounded man on stretcher smiling at camera. Wounded men on stretchers with nurses.<br/><br/>01:26:07 Scottish army band led by bagpipes. The lead marching troops. More marching troops. London open top buses drive along road in France carrying soldiers. <br/><br/>01:26:28 End Titles (Music mixes out as clock ticking mixes in). Credits:<br/>Time to Remember - Written and Produced by Peter Bayliss, Associate Producer Lionel Hoare, Film research from the Associated British Pathe Library Harry Wynder Charles Chart, Recorded by George Newberry, Executive Producer Terry Ashwood.<br/><br/>End of Reel 4 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG. reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.
Panning shot of Boeing B-17 bomber airplane landing against cloudy sky on runway at March Field in Moreno Valley, California, USA
DVIDS: 2nd Brigade Combat Team
DVIDS: CAMP STRIKER, IRAQ - 2ND BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION 100TH AIR ASSAULT B-ROLL (FROM 6/28/07) NY2/X79/Slugged; 1140 DVIDS X79 11:45:07 NIGHT - SOLDIERS STANDING, WS 11:45:15 HELICOPTER THROUGH NIGHT VISION 11:45:31 SOLDIERS WITH HELMETS, TS 11:45:38 HELICOPTER HOVERING BY, WS 11:45:57 TIGHTER SHOT OF HELICOPTER 11:46:17 TS SOLDIER WITH NIGHT VISION GOGGLES ON 11:46:27 AERIALS 11:46:56 SOLDIER STANDING, TS 11:47:06 SOLDIER ON GROUND, TS 11:47:23 SOLDIER WALKING WITH RIFLE, TS 11:47:29 WIDE SHOT OF SOLDIERS WALING AROUND FIELD 11:47:39 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD, TS 11:48:04 SOLDIERS IN POSITION, MS 11:48:21 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD(BACK SHOT) 11:48:38 SOLDIER TS SS 11:48:54 SOLDIER TS SS MARNE TORCH SLATE - BLOWING UP BOOBY TRAPPED HOUSES W/ A BUS VBIED W/ NEWEST PRECISION GUIDED MUNITION EXCALIBUR IN ARAB JABOUR 11:49:16 EXPLOSION, WS **11:49:27 ZOOM IN ON EXPLOSION, SMOKE 11:50:16 ZOOMING INTO TARGETED AREA - SMOKE, TS As usual, we have some hot video of us blowing up a booby-trapped house with a bus VBIED outside. The BIG deal is that we used the newest precision guided munition we have called the Excalibur. This is the first time we (3ID) fired this munition in offensive operations or should I say combat. The house we hit was suspected of being a torture house and a place to store munitions for Al Qaeda. This event took place in Arab Jabour, one of the enemy sanctuaries we are cleaning out during Marne Torch. I would prefer to provide someone to speak to the video that we have...it can be Col Terry Ferrell, the 5th surge brigade commander or our deputy commander, BG James Huggins. We have UAV footage of the strikes. We also have some footage of an air assault mission from last night. The big deal here is that this is the 100th air assault mission for our brigade from 10th Mountain Division since they deployed in Sept. 2006.
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BLACK SOLDIERS IN WWII
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RUSSIAN WWII FOOTAGE (1945), RL. 6
DVIDS: 2nd Brigade Combat Team
DVIDS: CAMP STRIKER, IRAQ - 2ND BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION 100TH AIR ASSAULT B-ROLL (FROM 6/28/07) NY2/X79/Slugged; 1140 DVIDS X79 11:45:07 NIGHT - SOLDIERS STANDING, WS 11:45:15 HELICOPTER THROUGH NIGHT VISION 11:45:31 SOLDIERS WITH HELMETS, TS 11:45:38 HELICOPTER HOVERING BY, WS 11:45:57 TIGHTER SHOT OF HELICOPTER 11:46:17 TS SOLDIER WITH NIGHT VISION GOGGLES ON 11:46:27 AERIALS 11:46:56 SOLDIER STANDING, TS 11:47:06 SOLDIER ON GROUND, TS 11:47:23 SOLDIER WALKING WITH RIFLE, TS 11:47:29 WIDE SHOT OF SOLDIERS WALING AROUND FIELD 11:47:39 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD, TS 11:48:04 SOLDIERS IN POSITION, MS 11:48:21 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD(BACK SHOT) 11:48:38 SOLDIER TS SS 11:48:54 SOLDIER TS SS MARNE TORCH SLATE - BLOWING UP BOOBY TRAPPED HOUSES W/ A BUS VBIED W/ NEWEST PRECISION GUIDED MUNITION EXCALIBUR IN ARAB JABOUR 11:49:16 EXPLOSION, WS **11:49:27 ZOOM IN ON EXPLOSION, SMOKE 11:50:16 ZOOMING INTO TARGETED AREA - SMOKE, TS As usual, we have some hot video of us blowing up a booby-trapped house with a bus VBIED outside. The BIG deal is that we used the newest precision guided munition we have called the Excalibur. This is the first time we (3ID) fired this munition in offensive operations or should I say combat. The house we hit was suspected of being a torture house and a place to store munitions for Al Qaeda. This event took place in Arab Jabour, one of the enemy sanctuaries we are cleaning out during Marne Torch. I would prefer to provide someone to speak to the video that we have...it can be Col Terry Ferrell, the 5th surge brigade commander or our deputy commander, BG James Huggins. We have UAV footage of the strikes. We also have some footage of an air assault mission from last night. The big deal here is that this is the 100th air assault mission for our brigade from 10th Mountain Division since they deployed in Sept. 2006.
THE ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS reel 1
Reel 1. A military training film supervised by an Officer appointed by the General Staff. B.112 Crown Copyright approved January 1957 C.1112. Produced for the Army Kinema Corporation by Associated British Pathe. <br/> <br/>Aldershot, Hampshire. M/S of army marching band. Audience sit in outside stand watching the band. C/U of torso and hands of man in uniform handing out programmes for "Corps Week." Soldier hands programmes to members of the audience. The band marches, the audience applaud. M/S of members of the audience. A young member of the Royal Army Service Corps reads from the programme to an older man in uniform. Corps Week is a week of demonstration of their work and efficiency. Motorcycle riders demonstrate their skill in formation riding. They ride over ramps and through hoops of fire. Riders are then seen on a competition track riding difficult terrain. Men on horseback demonstrate their skills - jumping through hoops of fire. A man lies on his back with his feet in the air and a man on horseback jumps over him. Montage of sport events, short shots: a row of men in sports shirts and shorts strain on a rope ready for a "tug of war." They stand up and pull on the rope. A row of men do forward rolls in synchronisation. Men vault over a gym horse. A swimming race - men dive into a pool. Hurdles race - three competitors. Cricket. Football. Men in uniform on the sidelines cheer and wave their hats when a goal is scored. A "general service wagon" - a cart pulled by two horses. More modern methods of transport are shown. Camera pans across the following (and others): Combat Champ, Antar Tank Transporter, Amphibious Dukw, Ambulance, Troop Carriers etc. Cartoon of early army life. Row of sorry looking soldiers queuing up waiting to be paid. Cartoon of soldiers after having been paid - drunk. Hiring transport from local landowners. Still photographs of the earliest staff cars including a Wolsley (sp?) with Corporal Clement at the wheel. 1908 film of the demonstration of the first tracked vehicle ever made. This forerunner of the tank drives through a gateway and through a river. It pulls another tracked vehicle behind it. World War I montage. Famous poster of General Kitchener with legend "Your Country needs YOU" printed underneath him. <br/> <br/>01:04:21 Marching band surrounded by a crowd, paper banner reading "Finsbury Rifles". Man making speech to very large crowd. Men in a steady flow walk up the steps of a recruiting office. Station platform - train full of soldiers is waved off. Soldiers with rifles over shoulders march past camera. Vehicles are unloaded from a ship on to the quayside. Top shot of unidentified unloaded cargoes on quayside. Horse and carts are loaded up with goods. Lorries driving up snowy roads. Voiceover - man describes his life in the Army Service Corps (ASC) Army vehicle drives into army camp. Transportation lorries - soldiers wave from the open topped vehicles. More upmarket staff cars. driving into French camp. Army transportation. Men marching into camp. "But we couldn't have done without the horses." Horses pull carts with goods and men inside. Marching men in overcoats and helmets. Goods are loaded and moved by soldiers. "Look at that lovely mud" - men on horseback walk through wet muddy fields. A trolley of shells is pushed and pulled up a muddy slope. Man at the front takes his hat off to the camera - the others smile. View from inside a trench as a gun is loaded with ammunition. Cannons are fired. Aerial ropeway in Italy used to transport goods. Archangel, Russia- reindeer used as transport. Shots of reindeer pulling sledges. <br/> <br/>01:06:55 Camels used in Palestine to carry goods. Horse drawn ambulances with Red Cross flags flying. They are led by locals, soldiers walk alongside. Joke in narration about soldier being bit by a camel. Narrator describes how new pieces of machinery always being introduced. Top shot of a tank and other vehicles - voiceover speaks of how some of the best ASC men were taken away to form the tank corps. Line of Model T Fords drives away from the camera. Men sit in the back wave their hats. Large groups of soldiers in camp standing and sitting. Country at peace - corps reduced in size. Late 1910s - shots of London streets. Buses, cars, lorries. Moving shots of the streets of London. Close view of man driving a car. He leans out of the car window as he hears the air raid siren. 1939 - soldiers with packs on their back climb a gangway to board a boat. A motorcycle is lifted in the air , as is a car - presumably to be placed on boat. Soldier with life jacket around his neck hands out paperwork - or mail. Top shot of soldier looking at a letter. <br/> <br/>01:08:48 Liner carrying soldiers leave port. They wave from the deck. Night shots of vehicles of the Royal Army Service Corps (RASC). Desert landscapes. Army vehicles drive along, tanks, trucks, etc. Vehicles on fire. First person voiceover says: "sometimes it was the vehicles we lost, sometimes it was our mates..." C/Us of burning vehicle. Night shots of cargoes being moved, barrels are rolled. Bare chested men carry a large basket of bread. Italy: cargoes are loaded from vehicle to vehicle. Top shot of supply vehicle. Petrol and forage for mules mentioned. Jeeps leave depots and drive across a bridge. Mules are used to transport goods where it is too steep for wheeled vehicles. Burma - a jeep and mules are taken across river by rafts. Motor boat. Mule jumps off raft into the river. Local people help to load and unload vehicles. A local man carries a trunk on his back. 1944 - Britain and her allies launch liberation of Europe. Montage of war footage. Battleships, guns firing, explosions - naval warfare. Montage of shots involving military vehicles and cargo transportation. 'DUKW' Amphibious vehicles transport from ships to beaches by members of the RASC Amphibian Control Point manned by two soldiers. Cargo is winched and then pushed along a roller belt - men working in silhouette. Preparing for the Rhine crossing. "The aim of the Corps has always been getting the right thing to the right place at the right time." Landing craft and launches loaded on to tank transporters. Top shots of the vehicles being moved. Large vehicle being driven through village street. <br/>01:14:17 First person voiceover - Scottish accent - talks of his work in the R.A.S.C. working to keep army supplied with petrol and oil. Montage of shots of pipe lines, men turning release valves, joining pipes, women queuing to fill canisters with petrol. Women on an outside production line pushing the petrol canisters along a rolling conveyor belt. Soldiers move the canisters. Large rope basket used to winch them down and into small boat. "Dukws" - amphibious craft. Moving shot from the front of a Duck as it approaches the beach. Side view of the vehicle as it drives on to land. Air Despatch Companies of the RASC are featured. Men in white boiler suits walk close to small aircraft. Lorry with sign on the front: "Priority RASC Air Despatch." C/U of a pilot's face as he flies a plane. Voiceover speaks of how they have "more than proved their worth in Malaya." Shot of the plane flying over jungle area. <br/> <br/>01:15:59 Views from the plane of trees below in Malaya. C/U of arms and legs of man as he prepares to push a box from the plane. C/U of RASC (Royal Army Service Corps) man speaking into radio. Box is pushed out and we see it drop from the plane. Parachute opens. Soldier on the ground with a rifle looks up. Two soldiers pull on the parachute which is stuck in a tree. Soldiers carry boxes on their shoulders. Box is opened. Bread is pulled out. Men queue to receive their supplies. Man handing out supplies seems to be greatly enjoying an apple. First man who walks past the camera is smiling broadly and carrying a magazine. The first three soldiers are black. C/U of a package of "Absorbent Gauze" being taken from a packing case. C/U of a bloody leg being bandaged. C/U of concentrated face of man applying the bandage. Injured man is given a drink of water from a canteen. Corps training. Men fire machine guns. First from a standing position, then lying down - the latter seen in C/U from behind. High shot of supply depot at Taunton. C/U of boxes packed with supplies. Fork lift trucks place stacks of boxes on trolleys which are then pulled by an engine. <br/> <br/>Note: this reel comprises original reels 1 & 2.
Unspecified air-to-air battle during World War II
WS Group of planes flying past, contrails behind / MS another group of planes flying leaving contrails / MS contrails behind planes in sky / CU B-17 bomber / VS contrails of planes around plane / VS circle of contrails of plane in sky / CU thick contrails from planes in sky / CU back view of soldiers firing heavy machine gun from plane / CU gun from plane firing / CU side view from inside plane heavy machine gun with magazine loader, firing from window of plane / MS heavy machine gun with magazine loader, firing from plane window / MS three planes flying among contrails from other planes / CU magazine loader feeding firing machine gun / Follow downed plane falling, flashes of being hit again / Follow of downed plane falling, nose down / MS planes flying by / CU pilot / CU rear shot of pilot in cockpit / CU hand turning dials on plane / CU hand pulling back lever and pushing forward another lever / CU plane in flight / CU plane in flight / Note: exact year not known; documentation incomplete
DVIDS: 2nd Brigade Combat Team
DVIDS: CAMP STRIKER, IRAQ - 2ND BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION 100TH AIR ASSAULT B-ROLL (FROM 6/28/07) NY2/X79/Slugged; 1140 DVIDS X79 11:45:07 NIGHT - SOLDIERS STANDING, WS 11:45:15 HELICOPTER THROUGH NIGHT VISION 11:45:31 SOLDIERS WITH HELMETS, TS 11:45:38 HELICOPTER HOVERING BY, WS 11:45:57 TIGHTER SHOT OF HELICOPTER 11:46:17 TS SOLDIER WITH NIGHT VISION GOGGLES ON 11:46:27 AERIALS 11:46:56 SOLDIER STANDING, TS 11:47:06 SOLDIER ON GROUND, TS 11:47:23 SOLDIER WALKING WITH RIFLE, TS 11:47:29 WIDE SHOT OF SOLDIERS WALING AROUND FIELD 11:47:39 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD, TS 11:48:04 SOLDIERS IN POSITION, MS 11:48:21 SOLDIERS WALKING THROUGH FIELD(BACK SHOT) 11:48:38 SOLDIER TS SS 11:48:54 SOLDIER TS SS MARNE TORCH SLATE - BLOWING UP BOOBY TRAPPED HOUSES W/ A BUS VBIED W/ NEWEST PRECISION GUIDED MUNITION EXCALIBUR IN ARAB JABOUR 11:49:16 EXPLOSION, WS **11:49:27 ZOOM IN ON EXPLOSION, SMOKE 11:50:16 ZOOMING INTO TARGETED AREA - SMOKE, TS As usual, we have some hot video of us blowing up a booby-trapped house with a bus VBIED outside. The BIG deal is that we used the newest precision guided munition we have called the Excalibur. This is the first time we (3ID) fired this munition in offensive operations or should I say combat. The house we hit was suspected of being a torture house and a place to store munitions for Al Qaeda. This event took place in Arab Jabour, one of the enemy sanctuaries we are cleaning out during Marne Torch. I would prefer to provide someone to speak to the video that we have...it can be Col Terry Ferrell, the 5th surge brigade commander or our deputy commander, BG James Huggins. We have UAV footage of the strikes. We also have some footage of an air assault mission from last night. The big deal here is that this is the 100th air assault mission for our brigade from 10th Mountain Division since they deployed in Sept. 2006.
AFP-79AF 16mm
DEFENSE AGAINST RADIO JAMMING
Anthony Eden speaks to USAAF airmen about air-sea rescue of Fortress crew
CU British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden speaking, microphones in front, officer in bg, SOT he describes air-sea rescue of downed Flying Fortress airmen by RAF Spitfires and adding that American airmen are buying beer for party honoring rescue agency / Note: exact day not known