||Battle History of the Air Force
Battle History of the U.S. Air Force. UNAUTHORIZED
||Introduction to Air Wars (1:33) -- Bombing of Hiroshima (3:11) -- Costs of Pacific Campaign (2:10) -- Iron Curtain Descends (2:02) -- Berlin Air Lift (4:32) -- United Nations Entry to Cold War (3:50) -- Temporary North Korean Retreat (2:40) -- Air Force Pilots in Korea (4:13) -- Air Battle Over Korea (4:47) -- Strategic Air Command (2:29) -- Strategic Air Command in Cold War (2:07) -- U.S. Reconnaissance Flights (3:13) -- Cuban Missile Crisis (2:36) -- Ballistic Missile Program (2:32) -- Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Program (2:48) -- Credits: Air Wars Hot and Cold (0:31)
||By mid-1945 the U.S. Air Force had moved on from its bloody defeat of Nazi Germany to no-quarter battle above Japan. On August 6, 1945 the Enola Gay headed for Hiroshima armed with the atomic bomb. Learn about this devastating attack on Japan as well as the crucial role the Air Force played in the Korean War and the Cold War.
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|Interest grade level
||6 & up.
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|Issued in other form||Originally produced: A&E Television Networks, LLC., 2003.|
|Publisher number||42444s Films Media Group|
|Publisher number||42447 Films Media Group|