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Combat America DVD
Color photos from the film Combat America, starring Clark Gable and the B-17s and men of the 351st Bombardment Group, 8th Air Force, flying from England against Nazi Germany.
Still photos taken from the films
Combat America
Clark Gable's action packed, up close tribute
to the B-17 crews of
the 351st Bombardment Group
New restoration in vivid color 9/2018

Operation Clarion Report NEW!

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Combat America Documentary (1943 color 65:00) Remastered & digitally restored 7/2018
"Combat America" was produced, written, directed, and narrated by Clark Gable while he was on assignment with the 8th Air Force, developing a gunnery training film. Though it packs plenty of very exciting color combat footage and doesn't flinch in showing high cost of the war in the air, in many ways, it's as much a warm home movie as a hard bitten, wartime "information" film. Gable chronicles the experiences of the men of the 351st Bombardment group, flying from the cool early morning mists of Colorado to the frigid skies over Germany. His affection and admiration for these men comes through loud and clear. This film is like a Kodachrome album out of the past, giving us snapshots of life on a front line American bomber base in the U.K.
Operation Clarion Report - NEW!
(1945 B&W 12:00) This report was produced by the 8th Air force to review a strategic bombing offensive launched against transportation infrastructure in Germany February 22-23 1945. The operation was designed to interrupt the flow of key war materials & men to the fighting fronts. Lt General Walter E. Todd, Assistant Chief of Operations, delivers a detailed analysis. Rather than hitting major rail yards that were too big to put out of action in a short time, 43 smaller key locations were identified & bombed. Maps are supplemented by footage shot from bombers during the missions. A fascinating time capsule showing the planning and execution of late World War 2 bombing strategy.

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