Why you should watch Arrow, The Sentence and more
Army public-service films mix Signal Corps archival footage with occasional dramatic vignettes to depict historic battles, training methods and the use of military technology.
The Army Transportation Corps.
Gen. George C. Marshall. Walter Matthau is the narrator.
Part 1 of three. The history of aviation.
A look at Army combat artists and historians.
The development of the long-range missile.
Training at an NCO academy in Germany.
Bob Hope and Jerry Colonna co-host a report on physical fitness.
The Signal Corps.
The 30th Infantry Division in action.
The 50th anniversary of military aviation.
How the Army trains men to handle helicopters.
The American flag.
"Science Moves the Army."
"The Stilwell Story."
Early America: the armed forces in the Southeast.
Part 1: the attack on the Siegfried Line by the 84th Infantry Division. Paul Newman narrates.
The Tularosa area of New Mexico.
The association between the Army and the Red Cross.
The history of the 82nd Airborne.
Infantrymen in Vietnam.
Laboratories that test Army food, clothing and equipment.
The U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Groups in the Far East.
The U.S. Army Reserve.
Armed forces' achievments in 1963.
The role of the chaplain.
Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night... two months from now.
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