View CartMy Account / Order StatusHelp
 
   
All orders for
$60 or more get

Free
Priority Airmail
Shipping!
(USA)

New DVD
World War 2
Behind the Scenes
Volume 8


SALE

Orders

for $50 or more
save an extra
20% OFF

For every 3 DVDs
you order
Pick another
one FREE


We Stand with
Ukraine

Aircraft DVD
Collection
SALE!
Save an
extra
15% off
all Collections


The Complete

WW2 Aviation
DVD Collection
Save 66%

off the single DVD
price
for 35 DVDs

*Free Priority Air*
Sale
Save 15% MORE

+ A free bonus DVD!


WW2 Fighter
Collection
Save 60%
off the single DVD
price
for 11 DVDs

Free Priority Air
SALE
SAVE 15% MORE
+ a free bonus DVD

WW2 Bomber
Collection

Save 66%
off the single DVD
price
for 15 DVDs

Free Priority Air
Bomber SALE
Save 15% MORE
+ a free bonus DVD
The Jet Aircraft
Collection
Save 50%

off the single DVD
price
for 10 DVDs

Free Priority Air
SALE
Save 15% MORE!
+ a free bonus DVD



-
Zeno's Flight Shop
is brought to you by
Zeno's Warbird
Video Drive-In
the award winning
World War II aviation
website visited by
more than 20 million
fans since 1997

******************

-







-
Volume Purchase
Discounts
are available to
Veterans Groups,
Schools, Clubs &
Qualifying Resellers
(Contact Zeno)


(Your shopping cart is empty)
You are here: Home > WW2 Fighter DVDs
SALE

World War II Fighter DVDs

Sort By:
Page of 2
World War 2 photos of North American P-51D Mustangs.
P-51 Mustangs Go To War DVD
Regular Price $17.95
Sale Price: $14.95
You save $3.00!

P-51 Mustangs Go to War DVD
* Flight Characteristics of the North American P-51 "Mustang"
Learn how to fly"the Cadillac of the Sky," widely considered the best all around piston engined fighter of WW 2.
* The 354th Fighter Group "Mustang Pioneers" Color Scrapbook Rare color film footage of the legendary 354 Fighter Group, with over 700 Kills, the highest scoring American unit in Europe. You'll see great aces like Eagleston and Carr at work and at play. Amazing color gun camera film!
* Fight for the Sky 8th Air Force fighters strike deep into Germany -- exciting air to air and air-to-ground gun camera footage!
* A Day with the A-36s Rare color film of an A-36 (P-51 ground attack version) squadron in action in Sicily. Incredible cockpit combat views of dive bombing plus captured He 111s, FW-190s, Ju 88s, and a Macchi 202 "Folgore."
* Air Attacks Against Italy More exciting "from the cockpit" views of A-36 bombing and strafing attacks near Rome in 1944. Nonstop action!
* Luftwaffe Finis Color Newly discovered color footage of top Luftwaffe leaders and pilots taken as they fell into Allied hands. Startlingly realistic color film of Herman Goering, Adolf Galland, Hans Ulrich Rudel and many more. Captured Me 262. FW 190, more.
* 130 page North American P-51D's pilot's manual
more info
Still photos taken from the more than 150 films in Zeno's Complete World War 2 Warbird Video Collection.
Zeno's Complete WW 2 Warbird Video Collection (35 DVDs) Save 66% plus a Bonus DVD and Free Priority Air
Regular Collection Price save 66% off list $187.00
SALE - Save an extra 15% off! $158.95

The Complete World War 2 Aviation DVD Collection The largest collection of World War 2 aviation films available anywhere in the World!
Save 66% Off the single DVD price
when you order the 35 DVD Complete Warbird Collection If you're as committed to World War II planes as we are, you deserve a break! You've probably seen short clips taken from some of this films used in cable TV network documentaries -- these are the full length originals! We're offering you all 35 DVDs in Zeno's Second World War Aviation Collection for 60% off the single DVD price & get a free bonus DVD with free two Day Priority Mail Shipping (US ) Sale -- Save an Extra 15% off the Collection price!

more info
Behind the Scenes in World War 2 - Vol 7. News & Information films seen only by U.S. Armed Services personnel
World War 2 Behind the Scenes V7
Regular Price $16.95
Introductory Price $14.95
You save $2.00!

Behind the Scenes in World War 2 Volume 7

* 354th Fighter Group D-Day Pilot Interviews June 7th 1944
The 354th, known as the “Pioneer Mustang Group,” was the first unit to fly P-51 Mustangs fighters in combat in Europe, starting on December 17, 1943. The Group, part of the Ninth Air Force, was comprised of three Fighter Squadrons: the 353rd, 355th & 356th. On the night of June 6th, 1944 as part of D-Day invasion operations their mission was to escort Douglas C-47s towing gliders full of paratroopers to be launched over the Cherbourg Peninsula in Normandy.After successfully completing that mission they returned to their base at Boxted Airdrome, Essexshire, England refueled & took off very early on June 7th to fly combat air patrol over the D-Day landing beaches.

This film has interviews with 354 F.G. pilots conducted immediately after their return to base after the morning mission, still wearing flight gear. You'll see & hear 354th F.G. CO Col. George R. Bicknel, and Squadron leaders Maj. Jack T. Bradley (353rd), Capt. Robert W. Stephens (355th) and Maj Richard E. Turner (356th), along with some of the Groups most experienced pilots giving their accounts. Most of them aren't formally identified, but we were able to name them using archival photos.

* “Ramrod to Emden – The Thunderbolts” Special Restored and Annotated Edition.
This classic documentary film shows the legendary 56th Fighter Group P-47s on a bomber escort mission to Emden, Holland, in October , 1943, from early morning briefing, through action packed fighter opposition over target to touch down and debriefing.
That alone makes it worth seeing - but something has always been lacking. Probably due to war time censorship, out of all the pilots and personnel shown, only fighter Ace Francis “Gabby” Gabreski, then CO of the Group's 65th Fighter Squadron, is identified by name. For the first time anywhere, using surviving archival photos taken at the time as a reference, we've been able to put names to many faces, including 56th FG CO Hubert “Hub” Zemke and legendary aces like Major Dave Schilling, Captain Walker “Bud” Mahurin, Major Gerald “Jerry” Johnson and many more.
And last but not least, we've done a scene by scene digital restoration of the video and audio, made from the best archival copy of the film available.

* “Fighter Kills” Gun Camera Film, Europe, January to December 1944
Fighter Kills” is a series of gun camera film compilations of air to air and air & to ground fighter attacks produced by Army Air Force Combat Camera Units (AAFCCUs) and distributed to serving personnel as news, instruction and motivation. You'll see shoot downs of Me 109s, 110s & 210s, Fw 190s, Ju 88s, an FW 200 transport and more. Highlights include taking down an Me 163 “Komet” Rocket Plane and numerous shots of attacks on Me 262 “Schwalbe” jet fighters, accompanied by a description of their known capabilities and tactics to use against them. Over half an hour of non stop action!

* USAAF Bombing Missions Against the Japanese in the Pacific & Burma, August 1943-July 1944 (28:00)

The opening film shows a series of attacks by A-20s, B-24s and B-25s, escorted by P-38s on Japanese shipping North of New Guinea and the harbors at Wewak & Hansa Bay. Highlights include very low level attacks by A-20s and B-25s with in cockpit views. This is followed by a series of high quality newsreels showing B-24 & B-25 attacks on Rabaul, Rangoon & numerous other targets in Burma, Nauru in the Gilberts by B-24s based at Guadalcanal, and more B-24 missions targeting Pacific islands including Wotje, the Woleai Group and Wake Island. Includes footage showing USAAF bases & personnel, in the air action including fighter attacks and overhead views of “bombs away.”

* Martin B-26 Operations in France 1944 (18:00)
Three films:

  • Double Header Marauder Operations 4th AAFCCU documentary footage shows round the clock B-26 tactical missions in the spring of 1944 leading up to D-Day. You'll see base operations as well as in the air footage of Marauders attacking a wide variety of targets including supply depots, airfields & more.

  • French Rail Lines Bombed focuses on a mission to hit the important rail yards at Dreux, South West of Paris, on June 12 to hinder the Germans ability to bring reinforcement to Normandy shortly after D-Day

  • Interdiction was filmed after the Allies had swept across Northern France to show how precision bombing missions had destroyed key bridges across the Seine & Loire Rivers.

*Aerial Photography: Processing the Film 1941 (17:00)
Ever wonder how they processed the huge sheets of film (up to 9 inches wide) shot by reconnaissance planes like the Lockheed F5 during World War 2? Well this film, a gear head's delight, shows how they did it

* “Welcome Home” for returning World War 2 Veterans – 1945 (20:00)
If there's any suspicion that returning soldiers are not fit for civilization, I can only say it's an indictment of our civilization.

This dramatic film was produced to prepare the American people for the return of millions of service men and women from overseas duty at the end of World War 2. But as you'll see, it's message is timeless and applies to every conflict before and since. War changes people. This film operates on several levels to show its effects and lessons to be learned from the experience. It's has a no holds barred sweeping montage of combat scenes from the steaming jungles in the Pacific to the frozen forests of Northern Europe, including the loss of beloved comrades and self sacrifice to show the folks back home a glimpse of what they endured.

more info
P-38E Lightning fighter pilots prepare for a mission at Adak, Alaska in 1942, from the film, Report from the Aleutians.
Colossus: The Rise of the US Army Air Force 1939-1943
Regular Price $16.95
Sale Price: $12.95
You save $4.00!

Expansion to Air Power Between the eve of World War 2 in June 1939 to December 1943, the US Army Air Force grew from 2,402 aircraft and 24,700 personnel to 65,000 aircraft and 2.4 million personnel - an unprecedented leap! See and hear how they did in through detailed yet easy to understand charts, information and dramatic film footage showing the growth of the US Air Force.
The AAF Report This fascinating film report on the state of the Army Air Force was prepared by the Office of Strategic Services (forerunner to the C.I.A.) and delivered to the American people by Air Force C-in-C General Hap Arnold in early 1944. We know of no better picture of the organization and operation of US Air Force power in the midst of World War 2.
Report from the Aleutians Starting on June 3, 1942, 6 months after Pearl Harbor, a small Japanese force occupied US territory on the Alaskan islands of Attu and Kiska in the Aleutian chain. It took US Forces a year to dislodge them under harsh arctic conditions. This classic color film, directed and narrated by Academy Award Winner John Huston, shows the first offensive steps of the rapidly expanding Army Air Corps at the dawn of world War 2 in the Pacific.
Air War in Europe 1943 This is a series of exciting films showing the rapidly maturing Army Air Force moving into high gear in the Fall of 1943. You'll see the B-17 "Berlin Sleeper" on one of her record breaking 102 missions. B-25 Mitchells battle the North African mud to move out to their new base in occupied Italy. "Thunderbolts Over Europe" shows P-47s taking on the Luftwaffe on a dramatic bomber escort mission. Thirty-three Martin B-26 bombers, protected by RAF Spitfires, hit ship yards, power plants and workshops near Le Trait, France.
more info
World War 2 Fighter Tactics, Aerial Gunnery, Gun Camera Film & more
World War 2 Fighter Tactics, Aerial Gunnery, Gun Camera Film & more
Regular Price $16.95
Sale Price: $12.95
You save $4.00!

World War 2 Fighter Tactics, Aerial Gunnery & Gun Camera Film
Eight exciting videos - all on one DVD!

* Fighter Combat Formations: Attack & Escort with Ronald Reagan
An experienced Army Air Force fighter pilot, played with his usual verve by Ronald Reagan, is called back from the front to lead a fighter tactics class in Flight School for rookie pilots. The film starts with the AAF way for forming. deploying and maneuvering fighter formations from two ship elements to 12 plane squadrons & how to take on enemy fighters and more.
* Offensive Tactics Against Enemy Fighters with James "Jimmy" Thach Learn the tactics US Navy fighter pilot's developed -- the hard way -- during the first two years of World War 2 fighting the Japanese. Narrated and produced by legendary World War 2 fighter ace John "Jimmy" Thach ("The Thach Weave") & animated by Disney.
* Acrobatics for Fighter Pilots featuring the Fairchild PT-19
This Army Air Corps training film covers the basic acrobatic maneuvers every fighter pilot should master before heading into combat, including Immelmans, loops, snap, half & slow rolls, vertical reverses and more.
* Flexible Aerial Gunnery: Making A Gunner This Army Air Force training film is the best look inside a World War 2 aerial gunnery school we have seen.
* 8th Air Force P-51 Mustang Gun Camera Film ( The origin of this video is a silent 8th Air Force information film showing 8th AF P-51 gun camera film shot in the snow covered Winter of 1944-1945, with brief unit IDs for each pilot. We've restored the video, added sound effects from real P-51s and included photos of most of the featured pilots with additional info and pictures of their Mustangs.
* 9
th Air Force P-47 Thunderbolt Gun Camera Film This color video is taken from archival collection of dark, faded silent film that we've been able to restore using digital technology. Once again we've added additional info about the pilots and planes and added real P-47 Thunderbolt sound effects.
* Recognizing the Focke Wulf Fw 190 This informative aircraft recognition film was produced by the RAF. Telling friend from foe was an essential skill for every combat pilot. Fine in flight footage shot from many angles of a captured Fw 190.
* Recognizing the Junkers Ju 88 (1943,7:00, Restored B&W)
Another excellent RAF aircraft recognition film. There's some very good Ju 88 footage here, including one of the intact examples that landed in Britain, shown in flight from many angles.
more info
Color photos of P-47 Thunderbolt fighter/bombers and crews of the 362nnd and 365th Fighter groups in action during World War 2.
P-47 Thunderbolts Attack DVD
Regular Price $16.95
Sale Price: $14.95
You save $2.00!

P-47 Thunderbolts Attack! DVD
* The 362nd Fighter Group: On the prowl over Germany Color Exclusive Production This video contains some of the most exciting color air action sequences to come out of World War II. Select 362nd Fighter Group P-47 Thunderbolt fighter/bombers were especially equipped with extra color movie cameras to capture thrilling ground and air attacks as they happened, Spring, 1945.
*The 365 Fighter Group Hell Hawks Color Exclusive Production. More exciting P-47 Thunderbolt action from the skies over Germany, Spring, 1945. You’ll see extensive color footage of the 365th Thunderbolts in their forward bases in France and Belgium and exciting air-to- air and air-to-ground attacks, including rare gun camera film of the shoot down of an Messerschmidt Me 262 jet fighter
* 9th Air Force Gun Camera Film
* Bonus feature: Gun camera slow motion replay. We have taken the very extensive gun camera footage in these videos, isolated it into an additional video, and slowed it down so you have time to see what’s really happening.
more info
Behind the Scenes in World War 2 - Vol 8. News & Information films seen only by U.S. Armed Services personnel
World War 2 Behind the Scenes V8
Our Price: $16.95
Introductory Sale Price! $14.95
You save $2.00!

Behind the Scenes in World War 2 - Volume 8

Army Air Force Combat Camera Unit Film Reports 1943-45
* First American Bomber Raids on Berlin March 5-8 1944 *Dive Bomber Attacks at Monte Casino *Massive paratroop maneuvers in England before D-Day *Airborne troop landings & attack aircraft support the capture of Mytkyina Airfield, Burma *B-29 Raids on Rangoon & Kuala Lumpur *B-24s based at Morotai attack Mindinao, Zamboanga and Balibpapan, Borneo *Saipan based B-29 night attacks against Kobe & Nagoya, Japan *B-24s and low level B-25s support the invasion of Borneo at various landing beeches *Bomb Damage in Berlin shortly after surrender *Communications wire laying from flying aircraft over remote locations *Message pickup by a light plane without landing in Burma and more!
Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Weapons
1943 An overview of U.S. Army half-track turret mounted mobile anti aircraft guns, including the M-13 (two .50 caliber machine guns), the M-15 (two .50 calibers & one M1 37mm auto canon) and the M-16 (four .50 calibers). Shows them on maneuvers and in a memorable direct fire demonstration against ground targets.
461st AAA Battalion Direct Fire Support for 24 Inf. Div, Hürtgen Forest 11/4/1944
The film shows elements of the 461st AAA BAT, including M-60 Half-track M16s with quad .50 cals and GMC trucks towing 40mm Bofors M1 Anti Aircaft Guns, arriving at two locations in the Hürtgen forest. They set up positions and aim direct fire at distant Wehrmacht units in the forest. This is unusually high quality footage showing men and equipment up close. Live firing scenes are awesome!
Four Films Featuring Tanks:

1.The Sherman DD
“Flotation Screens” for amphibious tanks were first developed by the British in 1941 and soon adapted for Valentines. This film shows a U.S. A4 Sherman version as it was deployed on D-Day, June 6th 1944. This fascinating "Top Secret" report shows in detail how the flotation screens and twin propellers were deployed and how the tank operated in water.
2. Armored Battle Sleds
This one has to be seen to be believed! Chains of semi-circular armored tubes with Infantrymen lying flat inside are towed behind Sherman tanks into battle, avoiding enemy fire until they reach their destination. Then the troopers jump out and charge!
3. Captured German “Goliath” Remote Controlled Tracked Mines
Goliath tracked mines were wire remote controlled mini-tanks used by the German Army as explosive filled demolition vehicles during World War II. 7,564 were produced & used primarily by specialized Panzer and combat engineer units.
4. Snow Suits for Tanks
Company D, 353rd Tank Battalion (attached to 36th Inf. Division) paint their tanks winter white plus “driving practice for new men,” near Mackwiller, Bas Rin, France January 10th, 1945. Features M5 Stuart Light Tanks & M-4 Shermans and their crews.
Japanese Long Distance Paper Balloon Incendiary Bombs

During World War 2 Japan developed large hydrogen filled paper balloons that carried incendiary bombs all the way from Japan to the the West Coast of North America - from Mexico to Canada. Released near Nagoya at specific times of the year, they ascended to about 30,000' and road prevailing winds, traveling at about 100mph, taking about four days to reach the West Coast. The U.S. Navy recovered a few that crashed & failed to explode to study them and to recreate the replicas shown & explained in this fascinating film.
Seabees in Normandy – the Creation of Artificial Harbors

After the D-Day landings on June 6th, until seaports like Cherbourg could be captured and put in service, artificial harbors had to be created off shore so essential men, equipment and supplies could be offloaded from transports and ferried or driven over piers to the beaches. Giant “Phoenix” concrete caissons were towed and sunk as the first step in creating large artificial “Mulberry”harbors. A lot more construction followed to complete the harbor with all its facilities, as shown in this very detailed film.
Japanese Americans Fighting for Their Country in Italy 1944

Soldiers of the 442nd Infantry Regiment talk about their service, the unit is shown in action and there's a tribute by 5th Army CO LTG Mark Clark.

more info
Photo of a P-47 Thunderbolt ready for takeoff.
Flying the Republic P-47 with Free P-47 Thunderbolts Go to War DVD
Regular Price for the P-47 DVD $18.95
Save $2.00 and get P-47s GO to War FREE $16.95

Buy "Flying the P-47 Thunderbolt" DVD
Get "P-47 Thunderbolts Go to War"
DVD FREE
Flying the P-47 DVD
* Pilot Familiarization for the P-47
* Ground Handling, Takeoff, Normal Flight and Landing.
* High Altitude Flight and Aerobatics
* Uncrating and Assembly of the P-47 Thunderbolt See a ground crew put together a P-47 in a farmer's field using unpowered hand tools -- Amazing!
* P-47 Folly
NEW! 15 case studies of avoidable accidents.
* P-47D pilot's manual
P-47 Thunderbolts Go to War DVD FREE
* Thunderbolt! See 65th FS P-47s in action in Italy. As part of "Operation Strangle," They continuously attacked highways, bridges, ammo dumps, railroads and just about anything that moved to choke off the flow of supplies to the Axis front line. Real fighter base life too. A Classic!
*P-47 Combat Operations Veteran pilots discuss flying missions in all theaters. You'll hear the action described in their own words, including a liberal sprinkling of vintage pilot slang.
* Ramrod to Emden The 56th Fighter Group was home to P-47 aces like David Schilling, Frances "Gabby" Gabreski, Robert S. Johnson, Fred Christensen, Walker Mahurin, and CO Hubert "Hub" Zemke. See an action packed "ramrod" into Germany.
* P-47N Thunderbolt Pilot's manual


more info
Color photos of North American F-86 and F-100 fighters, an X-15 rocket plane, and B-47, B-58, F-105 and XB-70 bombers
Zeno's Jet Aircraft Collection (10 DVDs) Save 50% w Free DVDs and Priority Air Mail (USA)
Regular Collection Price -- save 50% off list $92.00
Sale - Save an EXTRA 15% MORE! $78.00

Zeno's Jet Aircraft Collection Order all 10 of our jet DVDs & save 50% off the single DVD price with Free Priority Air Shipping and get a free bonus DVD Sale -- Save an extra 15% off the Collection price
more info
Color photo taken during World War 2 of  Vought F4U Corsairs in flight
The F4U Corsair DVD
Regular Price $17.95
Sale Price: $14.95
You save $3.00!

The F4U DVD
* How to Fly the F4U
Learn to fly the fastest and most powerful carrier fighter of World War II
* Offensive Fighter Tactics Color (Full length, unedited)
Learn the tactics US Navy fighter pilot's developed during the first two years of the War against the nimble Japanese Zero. This vintage pilot training film covers everything from situational awareness to one-on-one dog fights and squadron tactics.
* Hook Down, Wheels Down: The Story of the US Navy's Aircraft Carriers
Produced by the Department of the Navy to celebrate the first 50 years of carrier based aviation, with an emphasis on World War II. Along with some great Navy action, the highlight of the film are the numerous interviews with famous naval aviators, including John Thach on inventing the "Thatch Weave."
* The Saga of the Franklin
See the gallant officers and men of the carrier Franklin overcame incredible battle damage to save their ship. Plus rare and informative color footage of late war F4U Corsair carrier ops.
* 64 page F4U Corsair pilot's manual


more info
Color photo of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighter pilot in training during World War 2.
Zeno's World War 2 Fighter Collection (11 DVDs) Save 60%
Regular Collection Price -- save 60% off list $82.00
Sale - Save an EXTRA 15% MORE! $69.95

Zeno's Fighter Collection Save 60% off the individual DVD price
Order all 11 World War 2 fighter DVDs & save 50% off the single DVD price! A fighter fans ticket to many hours of non-stop bliss with Free Priority Air Shipping & get a free bonus DVD!
Sale -- Save an Extra 15% off the Collection price!

more info
Color photos of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighter in flight and P-38 pilots of Back Door Gang, 430th Fighter Squadron, 474th Fighter Group, 9th Air Force during World War 2.
P-38 Lightnings Go To War DVD
Regular Price $17.95
Sale Price: $14.95
You save $3.00!

P-38 Lightnings Go to War
* The Back Door Gang EXCLUSIVE P-38s take the air war into Germany with blistering ground attacks.
* Flight Characteristics of the Lockheed P-38 Lightning Lockheed's top WW2 test pilots do the checkout.
* P-38 Reconnaissance Pilot Starring William Holden ("Bridge on the River Kwai") Photo recon pilots had one of the riskiest, highest impact jobs in the war.
* Angel in Overalls This film was developed to show Lockheed P-38 production line workers the Lightning at war in a wide variety of combat roles.
* Yamamoto shot down! See the P-38 Squadron that shot down Admiral Yamamoto in an incredible long distance interception.
* Dick Bong Pacific Ace This short film pays tribute to Richard "Dick" Bong, the leading American ace of World War II. Flying P-38s, he had 40 victories in the South Pacific.
* 72 page Lockheed P-38 pilot's manual in .pdf file format with photos, detailed systems diagrams, performance charts, procedures & more


more info
Still photos from the RAF films The Battle of Britain and Target for Tonight, shot during World War 2.
Battle of Britain & Target for Tonight DVD
Regular Price $15.95
Sale Price: $12.95
You save $3.00!

The Battle of Britain Frank Capra's award winning portaryl of one of the epic air battles of world War 2. Unique footage, digitally restored.
Target for Tonight RAF Bomber Command in a Night Action Target for Tonight" follows the crew "F for Freddie, " a Vicker's Wellington medium bomber through an entire low level night mission attacking an oil storage depot at a rail yard in Germany.
* 50 page Vicker's Wellington pilot's manual in .pdf file format
* 30 Page Spitfire V (A,B &C) Pilot's Notes in pdf file format

more info
Photo of a Grumman F6F Hellcat fighter operating from the deck of the carrier USS Lexington during World War 2.
The Grumman F6F Hellcat DVD
Regular Price $16.95
Sale Price: $14.95
You save $2.00!

The F6F DVD
* Flight Characteristics of the Grumman F6F "Hellcat" The Navy's workhorse, faster and more durable than a Zero, the Hellcat was the USN's first choice for air superiority.
* Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter Lieutenant Jimmy Saunders (Ronald Reagan) learns how to tell a P-40 from Japanese Zero, the hard way.
* Spins & Stalls Why they happen & what to do about them. Featuring an F6.
* Don't Kill Your Friends -- Range Safety for fixed gun aircraft Dilbert ("Dead End Kid" Huntz Hall) screws up gunnery practice.
* 62 page F6F pilot's manual in .pdf file format with photos, detailed systems diagrams, performance charts, procedures & more.

more info
Color photo of a Northrop P-61 Black Widow night fighter ready to take off against Nazi Germany from a base in Belgium during World War 2.
The Northrop P-61 Black Widow DVD
Regular Price $16.95
Sale Price: $14.95
You save $2.00!

* Northrop P-61 Black Widow Night Fighters in Color
Exclusive production from recently discovered materials. Very rare color P-61 footage shot at the end of World War II.
* Flying the P-61 Series Airplane: The Northrop "Black Widow" Night Fighter A rare look at one of the least seen, wildest looking, and most specialized American production aircraft of WW2.
* Night Vision for Airmen Jackie Cooper stars in this short film for night fighter pilots on th dos and don't of a successful night fighter interception.
* And a very detailed 64 page P-61 "Black Widow" pilot's manual in .pdf file format
more info
Photo of Bell P-39 Airacobra fighters in flight during World War 2.
The Bell P-39 Airacobra DVD
Regular Price $15.95
Sale Price: $12.95
You save $3.00!

The P-39 DVD

* Introduction to the P-39
* How to Fly the P-39
One of the Russian Air Force's favorite US. imports, the Airacobra was an outstanding tank buster on the Eastern Front. It's mid engine and 37mm canon were virtually unique.
* Collecting And Reporting Enemy Information by Fighter Pilots
This rare early war training films features P-39 "the 181st Squadron" carrying out a complete mission, with an emphasis on briefing sessions, gathering intelligence during a combat mission, and how to give accurate after action reports.
* And a 36 page Bell P-39 Airacobra pilot's manual in .pdf file format with photos, detailed systems diagrams, performance charts, procedures & more.
more info
World War 2 color photo of Curtiss P-40 Warhawk taking off from the film Ways of the Warhawk.
The Curtiss P-40 WarHawk DVD
Regular Price $15.95
Sale Price: $13.95
You save $2.00!

P-40 DVD
* How to Fly the Curtiss P-40 "WarHawk" Claire Chenault's Flying Tigers deadly weapon in China, the P-40 was the Army Air Corp's main front line fighter at the outbreak of the War.
* China Crisis: The Story of the 14th Air Force After Pearl Harbor, the American Volunteer Force (AVG) Flying Tigers and their P-40s were incorporated into the new 14th Air Force, and their CO, Claire Chennault, was put in command. This is story of the 14th in action.
*Why We Fight: The Battle of China (1943: B&W 63:00) NEW This installment of Academy Award winner Frank Capra's legendary "Why We Fight" series is devoted to the conflict between China and Japan from the early 1930's through America's entry into the conflict after Pearl Harbor. It's an excellent background piece on the war that the Flying Tiger's fought in China as "The American Volunteer Force."
* And a 32 page P-40 War Hawk pilot's manual in .pdf file format with photos, detailed systems diagrams, performance charts, procedures & more.
more info
   
 
Zeno's Flight Shop Videos

About Us
Privacy Policy
Send Us Feedback
Company Info | Advertising | Product Index | Category Index | Help | Terms of Use
Copyright © 2004 Zenos Flight Shop. All Rights Reserved.
Built with Volusion