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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PAMPHLET 108-1 



INDEX OF ARMY 

MOTION PICTURES 

FILM STRIPS 

SLIDES 

AND 

PHONO-RECORDINGS 



HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 
JANUARY 1959 



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Pamphlet 



No. 108-lJ 



*Pam 108-1 

HEADQUARTERS, 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

Washington 25, D.C, 19 January 1959 



INDEX OF ARMY MOTION PICTURES, FILM STRIPS, SLIDES, 
AND PHONO-RECORDINGS 



Section I. INTRODUCTION Paragraph Page 

Purpose and scope 1 5 

Security classification of films 2 5 

How to locate films 3 5 

How to borrow films and equipment 4 5 

Army film and equipment exchange ser\'ices 5 6 

Proper use of films 6 6 

II. CATEGORY INDEX (Branch of service, or other 
major category) 

GENERAL. 7 8 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 8 9 

Special services 10 

ADMINISTRATION 9 11 

Supervision 11 

Ofiice and plant operations 16 

AIR OPERATIONS 10 18 

Airborne divisions and support 18 

Aviation 19 

AMPHIBIOUS 11 22 

ARMOR 12 23 

Armored precombat 23 

Armored combat 25 

Antitank 25 

ARTILLERY— ANTIAIRCRAFT 13 26 

Gun controls and instruments 26 

Guns and fire support 28 

Guided missiles 32 

Aircraft recognition 38 

ARTILLERY— FIELD 14 39 

Weapons — principles and use 39 

Rockets 42 

Movements and tactics 43 

ARTILLERY— SEACOAST 15 45 

ATOMIC... 10 46 

Automotive — See — 

Transportation — driving and first echelon 

maintenance 162 

Ordnance — automotive 114 

Camouflage and concealment — See — ENGI- 
NEERS 67 

CHAPLAIN 17 49 

Character guidance 49 

Religious teaching 52 

Chaplain activities 58 

*This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam 108 1, 10 May 1957. including C 3, 20 
June 1958. 

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Section II. CATEGORY INDEX-Continued ParaRraph Page 

CIIExMICAL 18 58 

Defensive 58 

Offeiieive and weapons 59 

CIVILIAN.. 19 59 

Civilian affairs military government 59 

Civilian mobilization — 60 

Civilian components 61 

Civilian — all others 61 

COLD WEATHER 20 61 

Individual training 61 

Testing and operations 62 

COMBAT DOCUMENTARY 21 63 

Pacific Theater WW II --- 63 

European Theater WW II 64 

Mediterranean and other theaters WW II 65 

Korean conflict 66 

ENGINEERS. 22 66 

^ Map reading 66 

Camouflage and concealment 67 

(,f p]xi)losives, mines, and demolitions 68 

• i Construction — equipment and tools 70 

] Construction — roads and runways _ 73 

, I Construction — bridges 74 

. j Fire fighting 75 

,; All others 70 

(i GUIDED MISSILES— S^e ARTILLERY— AN- 
TIAIRCRAFT— Guided missiles .- 32 

INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER 23 79 

INFANTRY 24 80 

Weapons 80 

Basic infantry tactics 84 

Advanced infantrj' tactics 86 

Information — See — 

Public information 132 

Troop information and education 174 

INTELLIGENCE 25 88 

Safeguarding military information 88 

Combat intelligence 89 

LEADERSHIP AND INSTRUCTION 20 90 

Map reading— Scs ENGINEERS — Map reading.. 66 

MEDICAL... _ 27 92 

Troop training: 

Individual health and sanitation 92 

First aid 93 

Disease control 94 

Anatomy and physiology 96 

Professional: 

Hospital and field service 97 

Rehabilitation and physical medicine 101 

Neuropsychiatry and neurology 101 

Medical, surgical, and dental — 102 

Vel«'rinary service 100 

MILITARY JUSTICE.. 28 110 



Section II. CATEGORY INDEX— Continued Paragraph Page- 

MILITARY POLICE AND GUARD DUTY... 29 110 

Policing and guard duty 110 

Criminal investigation 113 

ORDNANCE 30 114 

Automotive: 

Lubrication 114 

Engines and power transmission 115 

Electrical, ignition, and fuel systems 116 

Tires, brakes, and other 117 

Combat vehicles — Component parts, mainte- 
nance, and repair 120 

Ammunition supply and handling 122 

Diesel engines 122 

Weapons and repair 124 

Tools and shop work 126 

All others 130 

PICTORIAL— See SIGNAL— Pictorial 155 

PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE 31 132 

PUBLIC INFORMATION 32 132 

QUARTERMASTER 33 135 

Food service and rations 135 

Other QM activities 138 

Radar— See SIGNAL— Radar 152 

RECREATION— See ADJUTANT GENERALr— 

Special services 10 

Recruiting and Reenlistment — See ADJUTANT 

GENERAL 9 

Rockets— See ARTILLERY— Field 39 

SAFETY 34 140 

General safety 140 

Driving safety 143 

SIGNAL 35 145 

Principles of electricity 145 

Wire -. 145 

Radio 148 

Radar 152 

Pictorial 155 

AUothers 157 

Sports— See ADJUTANT GENERAL— Special 

services 10 

SUPPLY SERVICES 36 158 

Receipt and issue 158 

Storage 159 

Materiel packing and handhng 159 

Field operations 161 

TRANSPORTATION 37 162 

Driving and first echelon maintenance 162 

Motor _. 164 

Rail -- 165 

Water 166 

Air 171 

All others 173 



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Section II. CATEGORY INr3EX— Continued Paragraph Pajte 

TROOP INFORMATION' AND EDUCATION. 38 174 

Information and orientation 174 

Pride of the outfit - 180 

Information on nations 180 

WEAPONS— See- 
Infantry - 80 

Armor 23 

Artillery 30 

WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS - 39 185 

III. NUMERICAL INDEX 

General - 40 186 

Armed Forces Information Films (AFIF) (I«feF])_. 41 186 
Armed Forces Screen Magazines (Including: 

ANSM's, AFSR's, RTAF's, AFSM's) (I&E)... 42 195 

Campaign Reports (CR) 43 207 

Combat Bulletins (CB) 44 207 

Army Information Films (ATF) 45 212 

Department of Defense Film (DD) 46 213 

Educational Films (EF) 47 213 

Film Bulletins (FB) 48 214 

Graphic Films (GF) 49 223 

Historical Reports (HR) 50 2'J6 

Joint Civilian Orientation Conference Film 

(JCOC) 51 228 

Miscellaneous Films (Misc or MF) 52 228 

No Release Number (NRN) 53 298 

Office of the Secretary of Defense Film (OSD) 54 299 

Officers Conference Films (OC) (I&E) 55 299 

Orientation Films (OF) (I&E) 56 .300 

Professional Medical Films (PMF) 57 301 

Army Research and Development Films (RD) 58 314 

Staff Film Reports (SFR) 59 314 

Training Films (TF) 60 326 

World Affairs Films (WA)... 61 428 

Film Strips (FS) 62 429 

Slide Kits (SK) 63 456 

Phono- Recordings (R) 64 457 

IV. ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF FILM TITLES 

General 65 461 

Alphabetical index of motion pictures 66 461 

Alphabetical index of film strips 67 521 



SECTION I 
INTRODUCTION 

1. Purpose and Scope 

This pamphlet is for the use of training instructors, I&E leaders, 
and other film users of the Regular Army and civilian Reserves. It 
lists both classified and unclassified approved Department of the 
Army motion picture films and film strips, and phono-recordings 
available for use in training and information programs. 

2. Security Classification of Films 

The security classification of each classified film is included in the 
pertinent data given in the numerical index, section III. Titles of 
such films, if unclassified, are followed by (U). 

3. How to Locate Films 

a. First Turn to Table of Contents on Pages 1 Through 4- 

(1) To locate films by branch of service or other major category, 
refer to the category index, section II of the table of contents. 

(2) If the exact release number of a film is known, refer to the 
numerical index, section III of the table of contents. 

(3) If the exact title of the film is known, refer to the alphabetical 
index, section IV of the table of contents. 

b. The Numerical Index Provides Complete Information on Each 
Film. This includes a synopsis and other pertinent data. The cate- 
gory index and the alphabetical index give cross-reference page num- 
bers where the synopsis for each film can be found in the numerical 
index. 

4. How to Borrow Films and Equipment 

a. Regular Army and Reserve units must fill out DA Form 11-44 
(Films and Film Strips Loan Order) to borrow films and film strips 
from Army film and equipment exchanges by local pickup or by mail 
order. 

b. Regular Army and Reserve units that do not have projection 
equipment on hand must fill out DA Form 11-43 (Projection Equip- 
ment Loan Order) to borrow projection equipment for films and 
film strips from their respective Army film and equipment exchanges. 



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5. Army Film and Equipment Exchange Services 

The following services arc available: 

a. Loans of film and oquipment, including motion pictures, sound 
film strips, silent film strips. Department of the Army phono-record- 
ings, and appropriate equipment, as required. 

6. Advisory services, such as recommending appropriate films for 
training and information programs, proper utilization of films in 
training, and advising instructors ou professional exhibition tech- 
niques. 

c. Literature, such as film references, periodic film announcements, 
and special announcements on pertinent films. 

d. Courses for training and licensing unit projectionists of the 
Regular Army and civilian Reserves. 

e. Loans of films cleared for public nonprofit, television and theat- 
rical exhibition to appropriate civilian organizations and professional 
groups. 

/. Maintenance of Department of the Army films rrscored into 
foreign languages for aiding foreign allied governments, for training 
foreign nationals, and for training in foreign languages. 

6. Proper Use of Films 

After selection of appropriate films for training and information 
programs, the film program should be carefully planned using the 
same steps used for other training techniques, i.e. — 

a. Preparation. Preview the film to find out what is in it, using 
the appropriate film reference, if available. The instructor should 
select the key points of emphasis, the items which may be omitted 
or touched upon lightly, and the portions that arc obsolete or require 
explanation. Arrange in advance for projectionist, film, and equip- 
ment. Reserve the classroom theater with ami)le seating cai>a('ity, 
effective blackout provisions, and an electrical outlet for the projector. 

h. Presentation. Have proper ventilation, then introduce the film 
in the most effective manner that will pr(»paj'c the audience to ob- 
serve the film to greatest advantage. Show the film. 

c. Followup Actimties. Carefully planned folio wup activities, such 
as discussions, an oral or written quiz, an<l practical Hpplicntioiis, 
as appropriate, increase the effectiveness of training lihns. The 
contents of the film and the facilities available will determine tho 
nature of the following exercises to be used. 



d. References. 

(1) Films. 

TF 11-1574— The Technique of Good Projection. 

TF 11-1572— Film Tactics. 

TF 21-2301 through TF 21-2306— MiHtary Instructions. 
(Each film should be used individually to fit into ap- 
propriate lesson plans to teach a specific point of in- 
struction. The series is not designed to be shown as a 
package.) 

(2) Manual. FM 21-6 — Techniques of MiHtary Instruction. 



SECTION II 

CATEGORY INDEX 

7. General 

Use this index to locate films for training and information programs. 
It is broken down in 32 main categories (such as branches of service or 
other majoi breakdowns) and a number of subdivisions in certain of 
the larger categories. See table of contents on pages 1 through 4, 
for locating major categories and subcategories. This is the important 
functional index for film users. Use the numerical index, section III, 
only if the exact release number of a film is kno^vn and further film 
information is required. Use the alphabetical index, section IV, only 
if the exact title of a film is known. 



CATEGORY INDEX AG 

8. ADJUTANT GENERAL (Special Services) n/lagem. 

Army Records Administration 

MF 12-7944 (23 min— 1953— Film Reference) .-- 244 

The Army Statistical and Accounting System 

TF 12-1653 (32 min— 1950) 390 

The Army Program System 

MF 38-8554 (13 min— 1955— Film Reference— Distribution in CONUS 
and Overseas) 277 

The Army Program System — Development "Planning What to Do" 

MF 38-8555 (13 min— 1955— Film Reference— Distribution in CONUS 
and Overseas) 277 

The Army Program System — Execution "Doing the Job" 

MF 38-8556 (11 min— 1955— Film Reference— Distribution in CONUS 
and Overseas) 277 

The Army Program System — Review and Analysis "Checking on the 
Results" 

MF 38-8557 (10 min— 1955— Film Reference— Distribution in CONUS 
and Overseas) 277 

Hawaiian Holiday (Recruiting Subject) 

MF 20-1216 (18 min— 1945— Distribution limited to ZI only)... 258 

Men 17 to 18}^ — Your Future and the New Reserve Law 

MF 45-8589 (12 min— 1955— Distribution in CONUS only) 282 

Time to Go (Selective Service) 

MF 20-8322 (28 min— 195&— FUm Reference).. 263 

Army ROTC (Recruiting) 

MF 145-7743 (18 Min— 1951) 298 

The Army ROTC, Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow 

MF 45-7912 (24 min— 1952— Color— Distribution Limited). 280 

This Is Your Army 

MF 45-7950 (79 min— 1954— Color) 281 

A Tale of 2,000 Cities 

MF 45-8710 (25 min— 1956) 283 

The Whites of Their Eyes 

MF 20-8591 (26 min- 1956) 264 

The Soldier's Hour 

MF 20-8442 (18 min— 1956— Color) 264 

Man With Mission 

MF 140-7800 (17 min— 1950— Commercial Adaptation) 298 

The Making of a West Pointer 

MF 45-8521 (40 min— 1955— Color— Distribution in CONUS and over- 
seas) 282 

Prepare Through Education (Recruiting) 

MF 20-8421 (16 min— 1955) 264 

All Star Team (Recruiting) 

MF 20-8420 (24 min— 1955) 264 

Army Residency Program (Recruiting) 

MF 12-8733 (22 min — 1956 — Distribution to each Army Headquarters 
in CONUS) 244 

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AG CATEGORY INDEX 

For ayiiopiit 
«CC pagcXO. 

The US Medical Team (Medical Recruiting) 

MF 20-8422 (15 min— 1955) 2(54 

The Army Dental Service (For Recruiting Dental Personnel) 

MF 12-S7;i2 (26 min— 1957— Color) 244 

Your Bright Tomorrow (Recruiting — Women Army Medical Specialists).. 
MF 12-8765 (20 iniu— 1957— Color— Distribution to CON US AF & 

EES) 2-14 

Sgt MacDuff — Salesman (Recruiting) 

MF 20-8410 (19 inin- 1955) 203 

Take 6 (National Guard Recruiting) 

MF 45-8694 (11 min— 1956) 282 

Our Sons (Recruiting for USAR) 

MF 45-8798 (36 min— 1958- Color) 283 

Executive Wanted (Recruitment of WAC Officers) 

MF 12-8766 (24 min— 1957— Color) - 244 

The Soldier's Hour 

MF 20-8442 (18 min— 195&— Color) 264 

Chaplain USA 

MF 20-8419 (19 min— 1955— Color) 264 

Beyond Tomorrow — A Story of an American Girl 

MF 20-8418 (15 min— 1955— Color) 263 

A Look Ahead 

MF 12-8201 (27 min— 1954) --- 244 

It's Your Future 

MF 12-8151 (15 min— 1953) — - 244 

Rehabilitation of Military Prisoners 

TF 19-1608 (34 min— 1949— Film Reference) - -- 398 

90 Day Wondering (Re-enlistment) 

MF 12-8669 (9 min— 1956— Color) 244 

All Present or Accounted For (Re-enlistment) 

MF 20-8714 (20 min— 1956— Color) 266 

To Provide for the Common Defense 

OF 61-26 (17 min— 1954— Color) - 226 

The Pentomic Army 

TF 20-2561 (50 min— 1958— Color). _ - - 404 

SPECIAL SERVICES 

Note. Sec also I&E Sportsrecls AFJF 200 through 228. For numerical 
list of these films see page 193. 

Recreation Leadership 

TF 12-180S (23 min— -1953— Film Reference) 391 

Recreation Center Operation 

MF 12-7X41 (13 mill— 1951— Film Reference) 243 

The Sprints 

MF 28 8250 (21 min— 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) 270 

The Hurdles 

MF 28-8251 (11 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 270 

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CATEGORY INDEX ADMIN 

For synopsis 
see page No. 

Broad Jump 

MF 28-8252 (11 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) _ 270 

High Jump 

MF 28-8253 (11 min — 1954— Commercial Adaptation). __ 270 

Shot Put 

MF 28-8254 (11 min— 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) 270 

Pole Vault 

MF 28-8255 (11 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) ___ 271 

Discus 

MF 28-8256 (11 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 271 

Javelin 

MF 28-8257 (11 min — 1954— Commercial Adaptation).. 271 

The Relays ''^ 

MF 28-8258 (11 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 271' 

The Middle Distances 

MF 28-8259 (11 min — 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 271 

The Distances 

MF 28-8266 (11 min — 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 271 

Last Down (Football Highlights, 1946) 

ANSM 83 (17 min— 1947) ..- 196 

1952 Olympic Games 

AFIF 36 (29 min— 1953) - --- 189 

The Soldier at Leisure 

MF 12-7936 (14 min— 1952— Film Reference) 244 

Army Library Program 

FS 12-17 (11 min— 1954— Sound— Film Reference). 447 

U. S. Army Service Clubs 

FS 12-18 (12 min— 1954— Sound— Film Reference) 447 

Army Crafts Program 

FS 12-19 (13 min— 1953— Sound— Film Reference) 447 

The Army Entertainment Program 

SFS 12-101 (11 min— 1954— Sound) 447 

9. ADMINISTRATION (Supervision; Office and Plant Operations) 

Note. See also LEADERSHIP AND INSTRUCTION page 90. 

SUPERVISION 

For synopsis 
see page No. 

Working With Other Supervisors 

MF 61-7619 (8 min— 1951— From Office of Education Film No. 153) 295 

Supervision — Dealing With Dissatisfied Employees 

MF 61-1257 (14 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN 3425-A) 294 

Supervision — Budgeting Time and Effort 

MF 61-1258 (17 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN-3425-B). 294 

Supervision — Developing Cooperation 

MF 61-1259 (15 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN 3425-C) 294 

Supervision — Building Morale 

MF 61-1260 (11 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN 3425-D) _. 294 

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ADMIN CATEGORY INDEX 

Tor »\fnop»it 
aee page No. 

Supervision — Creating Job Interest 

MF 61-1261 (11 mill— 1946— From Navy Film MN 3425-E)_ 295 

It's Our Job 

MF 61-1015 (39 mill— 1944 — Commercial Adaptation) 294 

Personnel Management — Supervisory Conferences 

MF 61-8403 (14 min— 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) 296 

All I Need is a Conference 

MF 61-8413 (30 min — 1955 — Commercial Adaptation — Distr to CF&EEs 
in CONUS— Supp. distr to AF&EEs at Major OS Comds) 296 

Another Snowball Conference 

MF 61-1165 (10 min— 1945) 294 

How Not to Conduct a Meeting 

MF 9-8569 (10 min— 1955 — Commercial Adaptation) 237 

Commencement (Employment Nondiscrimination) 

MF 61-8659 (26 min— 1956 — Commercial Adaptation) 297 

Placing the Right Man On The Job 

MF 61-1207 (13 min— 194.5 — From Office of Education Film No. 156) _.. 294 

A New Supervisor Takes A Look At His Job 

MF 61-1206 (13 min— 1945— From Office of Education Film No. 150)... 294 

Maintaining Workers' Interest 

MF 61-7775 (13 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. 159). 296 

Introducing The New Worker To His Job 

MF 61-7772 (16 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. 1 54). 296 

Instructing The Worker On The Job 

MF 61-7765 (14 min— 1951— From US Office of Education FUm No. 155) . 295 

Supervising Workers On The Job 

MF 61-7766 (10 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. 157) 295 

Every Minute Counts 

MF 61-7620 (10 min— 1951— From Office of Education Film No. 161). .. 295 

The Supervisor As a Leader — Part I 

MF 61-7621 (14 min— 1951— From Office of Education Film No. 168)... 295 

The Supervisor As A Leader — Part II 

MF 61-7622 (13 min— 1951— From Office of Education Film No. 169)... 295 

Personnel Management — Communications 

MF 61-8404 (13 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 296 

Maintaining Quality Standards 

MF 61-7769 (1 1 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. 164). 296 

The Engineered Performance Standards Program 

MF 38-8512 (16 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 7837) 276 

Maintaining Good Working Conditions 

MF 61-1432 (9 min— 1951— From Office of Education Film No. 152^ 295 

The Inner Man Steps Out 

MF 61-8057 (33 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 296 

Improving The Job 

MF 61-7768 (10 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. I«W. 295 
Supervising Women Workers 

MF 61-7767 (11 min— 1951— From IS Ollice of Education Film No. 158). 295 
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CATEGORY INDEX ADMIN 

For nynopnia 
see page No. 

Safety in the Shop 

MF 61-7771 (12 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No, 481) . 296 

Effective Utilization of Manpower in the US Army 

MF 45-7926 (23 min— 1952) 281 

Pick Your Safety Target 

MF 20-7995 (14 min — 1953 — Commercial Adaptation) 261 

Safety in Offices 

MF 20-7997 (10 min— 1953— From Navy Film MN 1921-D) 261 

Stop, Look, and Question 

FS 80-8 (1945— Sound) 456 

Off to the Right Start 

FS 20-112 (19 min — 1952 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Foundation for Good Job Relations 

FS 80-16 (1945— Sound) 456 

Public Relations for Business and Professional People 

FS 9-311 (10 min— 1955— Sound— Color— Distribution in CONUS only- 
Commercial Adaptation) _ 444 

On-the-job Supervision — Part I: The Cost of an Error 

FS 80-2 (1944— Sound) 456 

On-the-job Supervision — Part II: Spotting Immediate Training Needs 

FS 80-3 (1944— Sound) 456 

On-the-job Supervision — Part III: The Job Breakdown 

FS 80-4 (1944— Sound) 456 

On-the-job Supervision — Part IV: The Four Steps 

FS 80-5 (1944— Sound) _ _ 456 

On-the-job Supervision — Kinda Give It Your Personal Attention 

FS 80-7 (1944— Sound) 456 

Excessive Supervision 

FS 61-28 (24 min— 1955— Sound— Distribution in CONUS only— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 456 

Human Factors in Safety — The Secret of Supervision 

FS 20-57 (1949 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Teaching Safety on the Job 

FS 20-58 (1949— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — People Are All Alike 

FS 20-59 (1949— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Everybody's Different 

FS 20-60 (1949— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Teamwork for Safety 

FS 20-61 (1949— Sound— Commercial Adaptation). 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Safety Case Histories 

FS 20-62 (1949— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) _ 450 

Make Requests — Don't Command 

FS 20-145 (1953— Sound) 451 

There's a Job To Be Done 

FS 20-113 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) _ 450 

One Step at a Time 

FS 20-114 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 451 

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ADMIN CATEGORY INDEX 

For »ynop«U 
»ee page No. 

Let's Face the Facts 

FS 20-115 (1953— Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 451 

Do the Job Right 

FS 20-116 (1053— Sound— Commercial Adaptation). 451 

The Balanced Job 

FS 20-117 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 451 

It Takes Time 

FS 20-118 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation). __ 451 

When Something Goes Wrong 

FS 20-119 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 451 

Let's Talk Things Over 

FS 20-120 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation). 451 

The Right Medicine 

FS 20-121 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation)... 451 

A Stitch in Time "* 

FS 20-122 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation)... 451 

The Man Behind the Machine 

FS 20-123 (1953 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 451 

Women on the Job 

FS 20-124 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 451 

Man's Place in an Organization 

FS 20-144 (22 min— 1952— Sound).. l}^lLlbL 451 

The Case of Alice, Jane, and Agnes 

FS 20-93 (2 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

The Case of AI Miller 

FS 20-94 (2 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial AdaptatioTi) 450 

The Case of Emma Trimble 

FS 20-95 (5 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

The Case of Jerry Cooper 

FS 20-96 (3 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

The Case of Jim Halsey 

FS 20-97 (2 min — 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation)... 450 

The Case of Mike and Bill 

FS 20-98 (2 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial AdaptaUon) 450 

The Case of Mary Benson 

FS 20-178 (6 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

A Difference of Opinion 

FS 20-179 (2 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation).. 452 

The Case of Independent Sadie 

FS 20-180 (1 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation).. 452 

The Case of Tom, Dick and Harry 

FS 20-181 (2 mill— 1952— Suund—Conunercial Adaptation). 452 

The Case of Paul Steele 

FS 20-182 (5 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptafion) 452 

The Case of Joe and Bob 

FS 20-183 (2 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Harry Carey 

FS 20-184 (3 min— 1952— Sound— Coinnirrcial Adaptation)... 452 

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CATEGORY INDEX ADMIN 

For xynopsin 
see page No. 

The Case of George Gray 

FS 20-185 (4 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Lefty Laws 

P'S 20-186 (3 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Sarah Blake 

FS 20-187 (3 min — 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of John Beaver 

FS 20-188 (4 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Abbie Swartz 

FS 20-189 (.5 min — 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Tessie Teller 

FS 20-190 (3 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Dewey Jones 

FS 20-191 (3 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Frances Moore 

FS 20-192 (3 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Bob Smith 

FS 20-193 (3 min — 1952 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 452 

The Case of Jake Diller 

FS 20-194 (4 min— 1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 452 

Case of the Three Calandeers 

FS 20-195 (4 min— 1952 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 452 

Effective Management 

FS 61-16 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

When You've Got a Problem 

FS 61-17 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

The Will To Produce 

FS 61-18 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

Understanding People 

FS 61-19 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

Understanding Employee Viewpoint 

FS 61-23 (24 min— 1955— Sound— Distribution in CONUS only— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 455 

Individual Adjustment 

FS 61-20 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

Motivating the Long Service Employee 

FS 61-25 (24 min — 1955 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 456 

Orientation and Induction 

FS 61-26 (24 min— 1955— Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 456 

Combating Job Monotony 

FS 61-27 (24 min — 1955— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 456 

Getting Results Through People 

FS 61-21 (1953— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

Freedom of Opportunity 

FS 61-13 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

Individual Output 

FS 61-14 (1953— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 455 

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ADMIN CATEGORY INDEX 

For i>i/nop»(t 
see page No. 

Error Correction Talk 

FS 61-24 (24 min — 1955 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 455 

Getting Ideas. Across 

FS 61-15 (1953 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 455 

A Partnership in Progress 

SFS 61-29 (30 min — 1958 — Color — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 466 

OFFICE AND PLANT OPERATIONS 

Internal Organization 

MF 9-7892 (12 min— 1952) 236 

Physical Facilities 

MF 9-7890 (11 min— 1952) - 236 

Materials Control 

MF 9-7891 (11 min— 1952) - -.. 236 

Quality Control Through Statistical Methods — Process Control 

MF 38-8007 (13 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 6621- A)... 276 

Quality Control Through Statistical Methods — Acceptance Sampling 

MF 38-8008 (17 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 6621-B).._ 276 

Production Control — Part I 

TF 20-1771 (11 min— 1955 — Commercial Adaptation) 402 

Production Control — Part II 

TF 20-1772 (11 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation) 403 

Planning and Laying Out Work 

MF 61-7704 (10 min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. 151). 295 

Maintaining Quality Standards 

MF 61-7769 (1 1 min— 1951— Fr«m US Office of Education FUm No. 164) . 296 

Introduction to Army Work Simplification 

TF 20-1736 (19 min— 1953) 402 

Work Simplification in the Office 

TF 20-1737 (25 min— 1954— Film Reference). 402 

Work Simplification in the Shop 

TF 20-1738 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 402 

Ideas Unlimited 

MP' 20-1144 (18 min — 1951— ComnuTcial Adaptation) 268 

Engineer and Standards Program — Experimental Rating Film No. 1 

MF 11-8674 (10 min— Silent 16 FPS— 1956) _ 243 

Engineer and Standards Program — Experimental Rating Film No. 2 

MF 11-8703 (5 mill— Silent 16 FPS— 1956) 243 

Flow Process Chart and How To Use It 

MF 61-7695 (15 min— 1951— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 295 

Motion Study Principles 

MF 61-7993 (28 min— 1953— Commercial Adaptation) 296 

Attack on Hidden Waste 

MF 19-1073 (15 min— 1944).. 257 



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CATEGORY INDEX ADMIN 

For nynopiiia 
$ee page No. 

Suggestion Power 

MF 61-1100 (18 min— 1944) 294 

The Fourth Man — The Civilian Behind the Soldier 

MF 61-8414 (9 min— 1955) 297 

Combat Team 

MF 20-1192 (37 min— 1945— Commercial Adaptation) 258 

Army Records Administration 

MF 12-7944 (23 min— 1953— Film Reference) 244 

Industrial Plant Protection 

TF 19-1847 (29 min— 1953— Film Reference) 401 

The Case of Comrade "T" 

MF 30-8706 (23 min— 1956— Color — Commercial Adaptation— Distri- 
bution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 274 

Machine Transcription — Transcription Technique 

MF 61-1049 (21 min— 1944— From Navy Film MN 1562-B)_ 294 

Take a Letter, Please 

MF 61-1050 (22 min— 1944) 294 

Man's Place in an Organization 

FS 20-144 (22 min— 1952— Sound) 451 

Production Control — Part I 

FS 20-166 (1952— Commercial Adaptation) _._ 451 

Production Control — Part II 

FS 20-167 (1952— Commercial Adaptation).. 451 

Methods Analysis 

FS 20-168 (1952— Commercial Adaptation).. 451 

Quality Control tfiliT— r 

FS 20-169 (1952— Commercial Adaptation). .___._:. 451 

Effective Deputization 

FS 80-19 (1948— Sound— Commercial Adaptation). _ 456 

Position Classification 

FS 61-10 (14 min— 1952— Sound— Color— From Air Force Film Strip T 

FS 1-2817) 455- 

Stop, Look, and Question 

FS 80-8 (1945— Sound) _._ _. 456 

Office Hazards 

FS 20-7 (1944) 449 

Mechanical Aids to Physical Security — Part I — Perimeter Barriers and 
Personnel Identification 

FS 19-13 (13 min— 1955— Sound- Film Reference) 449 

Mechanical Aids to Physical Security — Part II — Protective Lighting, Com- 
munications, and Alarm Systems 

FS 19-16 (13 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) 449 

Introduction to Automatic Processing Data 

TF 11-2552 (31 xnin— 1958— Film Reference) 389 



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AIR CATEGORY INDEX 

10. AIR OPERATIONS (Airborne Divisions and Support; 
Aviation) 

(For Cold Weather soc COLD WEATHER: Testing and Research) 

(For Transportation nee TRANSPORTATION: Air) 

For Hynopnit 
aee page No. 

AIRBORNE DIVISIONS AND SUPPORT 

The Airborne Soldier 

TF 31-2126 (33 min— 1955— Film Reference) -.- 411 

Assembly of an Airborne Unit 

TF 31-1926 (18 min— 1955— Film Reference) - 411 

Duties of a Jumpmaster 

TF 31-1927 (33 min— 1955— Film Reference)... 411 

Wearing Individual Parachute Equipment 

TF 31-2216 (5 min— 1955) .- 412 

Drop Zone 

TF 31-1854 (17 min— 1954) 411 

Assembly Problem after 5th Novice Jump 

TF 31-2127 (10 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

Personnel Parachute Malfunctions and Activation of Reserve Parachute 

TF 31-2128 (9 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

Personnel Parachute Entanglements and Recovery From Twists 

TF 31-2129 (6 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

Parachute Landing Falls 

TF 31-2130 (12 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

Parachute Training in the 34 Foot Mock Tower 

TF 31-2131 (12 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

Conduct of a Parachutist in the Aircraft 

TF 31-2132 (9 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

The Swing Landing Trainer 

TF 31-2133 (7 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

Parachute Recovery and Shakeout During Novice Training 

TF 31-2134 (8 min— 1956— Film Reference) 412 

The 82d Airborne Division (Pride of Outfit Film) 

MF 45-1426 (21 min— 1948) 279 

Invasion of Crete by the German Army 

FB 20-16 (11 min— 1942— Film Reference) _ 221 

Sky Blitz 

MF 31-912 (25 min— 1944— Film Reference).. _ 275 

Answer is Nuts, The 

ANSM 55 (20 min— 1945). 196 

Air Operations, Lae and Salamaua 

MF 8-1044 (32 min — 1944 — Require special authorization for distribu- 
tion—From Air Force Film AFC 410) 231 

Operation Airborne 

MF 10-7842 (22 min— 1951— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 238 

Medical Service of the Airborne Division — To Conserve the Fighting 
Strength 

TF 8-1765 (28 min— 1952— Film Reference) 359 

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CATEGORY INDEX AIR 

For (tynopsis 
see page No. 

The Airborne Military Policeman 

TF 19-1748 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference).. 400 

Rigging the 6,000-pound Load-bearing Platform for Aerial Delivery 

FB 10-259 (36 min— 1953— Film Reference) 220 

Operation of the 97-10 Sewing Machine 

TF 10-1836 (16 min— 1953) 378 

Summer Movements in the Arctic 

FB 20-232 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference) .__ 222 

Fundamentals of Ballistics 

TF 9-1512 (19 min— 1949— Film Reference)... 367 

Emergency Use of the Parachute 

TF 10-2455 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference)... 380 

Helicopterborne Operations ^ .'jlqo:/ 

TF 7-2580 (24 min— 1958— Film Reference) 353 

AVIATION 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base 

RTAF 149 (19 min— 1953) 199 

Mission of the United States Air Force 

OC 13 (33 min— 1957) 300 

Strategic Air Command 

RTAF 145 (20 min— 1953) ^ 199 

Arctic Rampart — ulm r 

RTAF 148 (15 min— 1953) 199 

Operation Blue Jay 

MF 45-7947 (25 min— 1953) 281 

This is Lakehurst 

RTAF 144 (17 min— 1952) 199 

Army Aviation — Part I — Introduction 

FB 46-260 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference) 222 

Army Aviation — Part II — Selection and Occupation of Small Unit Airstrips 

FB 46-261 (12 min— 1953— Film Reference) 222 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) 257 

Army Helicopters 

MF 46-8574 (15 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation).. 284 

Helicopter Orientation, Introduction to Rotary Wing Flight 

MF 55-8158 (28 min— 1953— From Navy Film MN 7306-A).._ 286 

Helicopter Orientation — Introduction to Helicopters 

TF 46-2554 (20 min— 1958— Film Reference) 423 

Basic Helicopter Flight Principles 

TF 46-2209 (15 min— 1956) 422 

Basic Helicopter Flight Training — Part I — Pilot's Pre-Flight Inspection 

TF 46-2381 (27 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Primary Helicopter Flight Training — Part II — Primary Flight Maneuvers 

TF 46-2382 (22 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Advanced Helicopter Flight Principles — Part I 

TF 46-2210 (10 min— 1956) 422 

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AIR CATEGORY INDEX 

For gynopxis 
aec page No. 

Advanced Helicopter Flight Principles — Part II 

TF 4G-2211 (11 min— 1956) 422 

Helicopter Post Flight Inspection— The H-19 

TF 46-233G (2G inin— 1957— Film Reference)- 422 

Helicopter Post Flight Inspection— The H-21 

TF 46-2337 (27 min— 1956) 422 

Helicopter Post Flight Inspection— The H-34 

TF 46-2338 (26 min— 1957— Film Reference) 422 

Helicopter Weight and Balance 

TF 46-2339 (25 min— 1957— Film Reference) 422 

Land Based Helicopter Operations — Functions 

MF 46-8358 (10 min— 1954— From Navy Film MN 7411-A) 283 

Land Based Helicopter Operations — Precautions 

MF 46-8359 (11 min— 1954— From Navy Film MN 7411-B) 283 

Helicopter Special Delivery 

MF 45-7945 (11 min— 1953) - 281 

Look — No Hands (Operation Sandstone) 

MF 20-7676 (20 min — 1950 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project 19-11) 260 

Pilots for NATO 

RTAF 146 (20 min— 1953) 199 

Recognition of Jet Aircraft 

MF 20-7991 (15 min— 1953— Film References- From Navy Film MN 

6898) 261 

Aircraft Recognition — Soviet Jet Aircraft 

MF 20-7986 (15 min— 1953— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

6898-C) 261 

Visual Problems Induced by Supersonic Speeds 

MF 44-8406 (47 min — 1955 — Color — Distribution limited to one print 
for each central film library and exchange in CONUS and overseas) 278 

Eyes of Flight 

MF 20-8147 (30 min— 1953— Color) 262 

Approach to Land-GCA 

MF 20-8748 (25 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and to film ex- 
changes siipjiorting service schools concerned) 266 

Approach to Land-ILS 

MF 20-8749 (25 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation— Dislril)ution to 
Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and to film ex- 
changes supporting service schools concerned) 266 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part I — Helicopter Power Plants 

TF 55-2308 (13 min— 1957— Film Reference) 425 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part II — Transmissions and Free Wheeling 
Units 

TF 55-2309 (16 min— 1957— Film Reference) ..- - 425 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part III — Introduction to Power Trains 

TF 55-2310 (15 min— 1957— Film Reference).. 425 



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CATEGORY INDEX AIR 

For ftynopxiii 
tee page No. 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part IV — Supercharged Induction System 

TF 55-2311 (16 min— 1958— Film Reference) 425 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part V — Rotor Blade Inspection, Repair, and 

Tracking (H-19, H-34, H-37) 

TF 55-2312 (33 min— 1958— Film Reference) 425 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part VII — Hydraulic Flight Control Systems 

TF 55-2314 (15 min— 1957— Film Reference) 425 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part IX — Generator Systems Trouble Shooting 

TF 55-2316 (22 min— 1958— Film Reference) 426 

Auxiliary Means of Communication — Part I — Light Aircraft Message Drop 

TF 17-2387 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 396 

Auxiliary Means of Communication — Part II — Light Aircraft Pickup 

TF 17-2388 (3 min— 1957— Film Reference) 396 

Intermediate Helicopter Flight Training — Part I — Take-off and Flight 

Procedures 

TF 46-2418 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference). _._ 423 

Intermediate Helicopter Flight Training — Part II — Autorotations 

TF 46-2419 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Intermediate Helicopter Flight Training — Part III — Approach Procedures 

TF 46-2420 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Transitional Helicopter Flight Training — Part I — Transition to the H-19 

TF 46-2423 (26 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Advanced Helicopter Flight Training — Part I — Confined Area Operations 

TF 46-2421 (27 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Advanced Helicopter Flight Training — Part II — Emergencies and Critical 

Conditions 
TF 46-2422 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference) 423 

Helicopter — Vibrations and Resonance — Part 3 — Vibrations in the H-21 

MF 46-8905 (5 min— 1958— Air Force Film No. TF l-5102e) 284 

Helicopters — Emergency Procedures — Part 4 — Emergency Procedures in 
the H-21 

MF 46-8910 (5 min— 1958— Air Force Film No. TF 1-5102J) 284 

Ground Handling of Aircraft — Part I — Fixed Wing Aircraft 

TF 55-2503 (23 min— 1957— Film Reference) 427 

Ground Handling of Aircraft — Part II — Rotary Wing Aircraft 

TF 55-2505 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference) _ 427 

Rigging the Flaps, L-23 Aircraft 

TF 55-2573 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 428 

Installation of the L-23 Main Landing Gear 

TF 55-2574 (4 min— 1958— Film Reference) .._'1'1LI:._ 428 

Removal of the L-23 Main Landing Gear 

TF 55-2575 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 428 

Installation of the L-23 Outer Wing Panel ^ 

TF 55-2576 (4 min— 1958— Film Reference) 428 

Removal of the L-23 Outer Wing Panel 

TF 55-2577 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 428 

Removal of the L-23 Nose Landing Gear 

TF 55-2578 (4 min— 1958— Film Reference) 428 

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AIR CATEGORY INDEX 

For gynopHis 
see page No. 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part IV — By Aircraft 

TF 9-2572 (16 niin— 1958— Film Rc-fercnce) 476 

Loading Heavy Equipment in Aircraft 

SFS 5-116 (28 min — 1958 — Sound — Distribution limited to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges and Service Schools) - 433 

Russian Aircraft 

FS 44-26 (1952— From British Film Strip FS 87) 454 

Parachute Landing Falls 

FS 31-6 (1950) 452 

Flight Safety 

FS 31-8 (1951) - 452 

Aircraft Recognition 

SK 5-QQ-8 (1953 — Supplementary Kit No. 1, 1954 — Supplementary Kit 

No. 2, 1955— Supplementary Kit No. 3, 1956) 456 

11. AMPHIBIOUS 

Elementary Tactics of Life Saving 

TF 21-1121 (11 min— 1944— Film Reference) 404 

Training Film for Amphibious Instruction 

MF 55-1311 (66 min— 1947) - 284 

Fury in the Pacific 

MF 40-1212 (20 min— 1945— From Navy Film MN 9045) 278 

Amphibious Warfare— Handling the Landing Craft 

MF 55-8455 (15 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN-943D) 286 

Amphibious Warfare, The LCVP— Part II— Boat Handling 

MF 5.5-8458 (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 4306B) 287 

Amphibious Warfare, The LCM (3) Operation 

MF 55-8459 (21 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 4307B) 287 

Military Police Support in Amphibious Operations 

TF 19-1806 (14 min— 1953— Film Reference) 400 

Beach Obstacles 

TF 5-1822 (22 min— 1953— Film Reference) - 335 

Operation Inchon 

MF 11-7883 (18 min— 1952) 242 

Hit the Beach 

MF 31-7727 (18 min— 19.50) - - 275 

Beach and Port Clearance by Highway Transport 

TF 55-1758 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 424 

Field Artillery 105-mm Howitzer Section in Shore-to-shore Operations 

TF 31-1175 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference) 411 

Amphibious Ships, Crafts, and Vehicles 

MF 55-8457 (21 min— 1955— From Marine FUm MH 7483) 286 

The LST— Employment 

MF 55-8156 (19 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 4302B) 286 

Beachhead Maintenance for LVT's 

FB 9-204 (19 min— 1945). - 218 

Light Cargo Carrier, M29C 

FB 9-125 (16 min— 1944) - - 218 

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CATEGORY INDEX ARMOR 

For Hi/nopsia 
8CC page No. 

Modern Ordnance Materiel — The M76 Amphibious Cargo Carrier 

FB 9-290 (8 mill — 195-J — Film Reference) 219 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Organization and Concept (U) 

MF 60-7732 (24 min— 1950— Film is classified CGNFIDF^NTIAL) _ 29:i 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Planning and Intelligence (U) 

MF 60-7733 (24 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Training and Movement to the Ob- 
jective (U) 

MF 60-7734 (16 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Mine Warfare and Underwater Demoli- 
tion Team Operations (U) 

MF 60-7735 (15 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Naval Gunfire Support — Part I (U) 

MF 60-7736 (26 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Naval Gunfire Support — Part II (U) 

MF 60-7737 (24 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Air Operations (U) 

MF 60-7738 (24 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Ship to Shore Movement (U) 

MF 60-7739 (22 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Communications (U) 

MF 60-7740 (14 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Logistics (U) 

MF 60-7741 (23 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

Amphibious Instruction — Tank and Armored Amphibians (Landing 

Force) (U) 
MF 60-8246 (24 min— 1954r— From Navy Film MN 6560-P— Film is 

classified CONFIDENTIAL) 293 

12. ARMOR (Armored Precombat; Armored Combat; Anti-tank) 

Note. See COLD WE A THER for Cold Weather: Testing and Research; ORD- 
NANCE: Combat Vehicles or Armored Vehicle Maintenance and Repair; 
ORDNANCE: Weapons and Repair for Repair of Guns; COMBAT WW 11 
and Korea for actual Combat films; ENGINEERS: Explosives, Mines, 
and Demolitions for Anti-tank Mines. 

ARMORED PRECOMBAT For »unopsi» 

see page No. 

Actions of the Individual Tank 

TF 17-1990 (19 min— 1955— Film Reference) 395 

Tank Transporter M25 

FB 9-118 (20 min— 1944) - 218 

Tank, 76-mm Gun, M41 and M41A1, Crew Firing Duties— Part I— Pre- 
paring for Action 

TF 17-1968 (17 min— 1955— Film Reference) 394 

Tank, 76-mm Gun, M41 and M41 Al, Crew Firing Duties— Part II— Firing 
Duties 

TF 17-1969 (13 min— 1955— Film Reference) 394 

Tank, 90-mm Gun, M47, Crew Firing Duties— Part I— Preparing for Action 

TF 17-1970 (17 min— 1955— Film Reference) 394 

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ARMOR CATEGORY INDEX 

Tank, 90-inin Gun, M47, Crew Firing Duties— Part II— Firing Duties 

TF 17-1971 (15 miu— 1955— Film Reference) 394 

Project Stalls 

MF 9-8260 (17 min— 1954) - --- 236 

Simple Land Navigation for Combat Vehicles 

FS 2-23 (1943— Film Reference) - 429 

Fundamentals of Tank Turrets — Part I — Introduction and Turret Controls 

TF 17-1974 (17 min— 1954) 395 

Fundamentals of Tank Turrets— Part II— Vision Devices, Direct Fire 
Siglits and Auxiliary Fire Control Equipment 

TF 17-1975 (17 min— 1954) 395 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 1948 — Film Reference) 3G7 

Fundamentals of Ballistics 

TF 9-1512 (19 min— 1949— Film Reference) .. 367 

Theory of Target Grid System (GTA 7-5) 

FS 7-163 (1955— Film Reference) 435 

Range Finder M12 — Part I — Characteristics and Controls 

TF 17-2117 (25 min— 1955 — Film Reference) 395 

Range Finder M12— Part II— Preparation for Ranging 

TF 17-2118 (14 min — 1955 — Film Reference) 395 

Range Finder M12— Part III— Sight Adjustment and Use 

TF 17-2179 (13 min— 1955— Film Reference) --- 395 

Range Determination 

TF 17-2425 (28 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 17-1548 which 

is obsolete) 397 

Full Track Vehicle Driving — Part I— Preparation for Driving and Basic 

Driving 

TF 17-2262 (26 min— 1956 — Film Reference) 396 

Full Track Vehicle Driving — Part II — Advanced Driving 

TF 17-2263 (22 min— 1956— Film Reference) - - - 396 

Track Tension Adjustment— Part I— M41 Tank 

TF 17-2389 (4 min— 1956— Film Reference) 397 

Track Tension Adjustment— Part II— M48 and M48A1 Tank 

TF 17-2390 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) --- 397 

Tank Interphone Operation — Part I — Internal 

TF 17-2393 (4 min— 1956— Film Reference).-. 397 

Tank Interphone Operation — Part II — External 

TF 17-2394 (3 min— 1956— Film Reference) 397 

Elevation Quadrant, M13— Part I— Use of The M13 Quadrant 

TF 17-2288 (6 min — 1956— Film Reference) 396 

Elevation Quadrant, M13— Part II— Test and Adjustment 

TF 17-22S9 (5 min— 1956— iMltn Reference) 396 

Gunner's Quadrant. Ml— Part I— End For End Test, Plus Corrections 

TF 17-2290 (6 min— 1956— Film Rcferoni-c) 396 

Gunner's Quadrant, Ml— Part II— End for End Test, Minus Corrections 

TF 17-2291 (4 miu— 1956— Film Reference) 396 



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CATEGORY INDEX ARMOR 

For nynopxis 
see page No. 

Infantry Weapons and Their Eflfects — Tank Weapons 

FB 7-282 (5 inin— 1955— FUm Reference) _._ 217 

Safe Loading Procedures 90MM Tank Gun 

TF 17-2385 (5 miii— 1957— Film Reference) _ 396 

Adjustment of the Caliber .30 Machine Gun Solenoid 

TF 17-2384 (4 min— 1956— Film Reference) __ 396 

Ground Guide Arm and Hand Signals 

TF 17-2386 (4 min— 1956— Film Reference) 396 

Armor Team Security 

TF 17-2587 (24 min— 1958— Film Reference) 398 

ARMORED COMBAT 
Orientation on Armor 

TF 17-1767 (12 min— 1954^Film Reference) 394 

Pioneering by Armor 

TF 17-1978 (23 min— 1955— Film Reference) 395 

Operation of the Reconnaissance Battalion Armored Division 

TF 17-1727 (23 min— 1952— Film Reference) 394 

The Reconnaissance Platoon and Company 

TF 17-1508 (27 min— 1948— Film Reference).. 393 

The Tank-armored Infantry Team 

TF 17-1515 (26 min— 1949— Film Reference) 393 

The Reinforced Tank Battalion in the Attack 

TF 17-1547 (33 min— 1950— Film Reference) 393 

The Reinforced Tank Company in the Attack 

TF 17-1716 (28 min— 1952— Film Reference) 394 

Reinforced Tank Battalions of a Combat Command in the Mobile Defense 

TF 17-1715 (22 min— 1952— Film Reference) 393 

Reinforced Tank Battalion, Planning and Conduct of Delaying Action 

TF 17-1698 (22 min— 1956— Film Reference) 393 

Tank Mission— World War II 

MF 17-1280 (10 min— 1946) _ 256 

Hell on Wheels 

MF 17-7864 (17 min— 1951) 257 

Daily Crew Maintenance, Armored Personnel Carrier M-59 

TF 17-2538 (28 min— 1957— Film Reference) 398 

Armor Combat Power 

TF 17-2504 (24 min— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 17-1903 which 

is obsolete) 397 

The Big Picture— The Pentomic Army *' ' " 

MF 45-8936 (28 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 

exchanges in CONUS, USARAL, USARPAC, and USARFANT) 283 

M-19 Antitank Non-metallic Mine 

SFS 5-139 (10 min— 1958— Sound) 434 

ANTITANK 

Infantry Weapons Against Tanks 

TF 7-1681 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 347 

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ARMOR CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopfit 
tee page \'o. 

Men Against Tanks 

MF 7-7898 (15 min— 1952) 230 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part I: Emplacement 

TF 44-1347 (24 min— 1944— Film Reference) 413 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part II: March Order 

TF 44-1348 (26 min— 1944— Film Reference) 413 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount— Part III: Hasty Emplace- 
ment for Antitank Firing 

TF 44-1349 (11 min— 1944— Film Reference) 413 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part IV: Preparation 
for Firing 

TF 44-1350 (35 min— 1944— Film Reference) 414 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount— Part V: Inspection of 
Ammunition and Firing 

TF 44-1351 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 414 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part IV: Technique of Antitank Firing 

TF 4-1148 (42 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

The 106-MM Rifle M40A-1— Part VI— The Stadia Sight 

TF 7-2438 (12 min— 1958— Film Reference) 353 

M-19 Antitank Non-metallic Mine 

SFS 5-139 (10 min— 1958— Sound) 434 

13. ARTILLERY— ANTIAIRCRAFT (Gun Controls and Instruments; 
Guns and Fire Support; Guided Missiles; Aircraft Recogni- 
tion) 

GUN CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 

(For Radar see SIGNAL: Radar) ^»^eNo 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part I— Introduction to Anti- 
aircraft Fire Control Systems 

TF 9-2122 (6 min— 1955— Film Reference) 371 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part II— The Skysweeper — 
Integrated Fire Control System T-38 

TF 9-2123 (21 min— 1955— Film Reference) 372 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part III— The M9 Type 
Director with SCR 584 Radar Set 

TF 9-1846 (13 min — 1955— Distribution in CONUS and Overseas — Film 

Reference) 368 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part IV— The Integrated Fire 
Control System M33 

TF 9-2199 (18 Min— 1955— Distribution in CONUS and Overseas— Film 

Reference) 372 

The Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Problem 

TF 9-1843 (23 min— 1954— Film Reference) - 368 

Methods of Solution to the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Problem- 
Part I: The Linear Speed Method 

TF 9-1951 (11 min— 1954— Film Reference) 369 



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CATEGORY INDEX ARTY— AA 

For synopsia 
«cc page No. 

Methods of Solution of the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Problem — 
Part II — Conversion between Spherical and Rectangular Coordinates 

TF 9-1934 (24 min— 1955— Distribution in CONUS and Overseas) 369 

Methods of Solution of the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Problem-— 
Part III — Similar Triangles 

TF 9-2195 (14 min— 1955 — Distribution in CONUS and Overseas — Film 

Reference) 372 

Employment of the AAFCS M33 Fire Control System Trailer 

TF 44-1780 (17 min— 1952— Film Reference) 415 

Emplacement of the AAFCS M33 Acquisition Radar 

TF 44-1781 (14 min— 1953— Film Reference) 415 

March Order of the AAFCS M33 Fire Control System 

TF 44-1782 (15 min— 1953— Film Reference) 415 

March Order of AAFCS M33 Acquisition Radar 

TF 44-1783 (16 min— 1952— Film Reference) 415 

AAFCS M33 Defense Against Electronic Countermeasures (U) 
TF 44-2546 (24 min — 1958— Distribution to Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges in CONUS and OS— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 

Modified Handling Atithorizcd) 421 

Antiaircraft Fire Control System M33: Fire Missions 

TF 44-1886 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 415 

Antiaircraft Fire Control System M33: Orientation and Synchronization 

TF 44-1887 (18 min— 1951— Film Reference) 415 

Antiaircraft Fire Control System M33: Start and Stop Procedure 

TF 44-1888 (18 min— 1954— Film Reference) 416 

The Directors M9 and MIO— Part I: Emplacement and March Order 

TF 4-1293 (33 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

The Directors M9 and MIO — Part II: Orientation and Synchronization 

TF 4-1294 (13 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

The Directors M9 and MIO — Part III: Preparation 

TF 44-1647 (19 min— 1951) 414 

The Computing Sight M19 Series (M19A1 and M38) Nomenclature and 
Operation 

TF 44-1858 (27 min— 1954— Film Reference) 415 

Military Optical Instruments— Part I: Optical Principles 

TF ^1167 (10 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Military Optical Instruments— Part II : Sighting Instruments 

TF 9-1168 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Military Optical Instruments— Part III: Observation and Measuring 
Instruments 

TF 9-1122 (14 min— 194^— Film Reference) 363 

Direct Fire Control for Automatic Weapons— Part III: Tracer Observation 

FS 4-140 (1943) 430 

Direct Fire Sights for Antiaircraft Guns— Part I: Theory of Leads 

FS4-67 (1943) 430 

Direct Fire Sights for Antiaircraft Guns— Part II: Description and Nomen- 
clature 
FS 4-110 (1943) 430 

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ARTY— AA CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopnit 
nee page \o. 

Direct Fire Sights for Antiaircraft Guns — Part III: Aiming and Orientation 

FS 4-113 (1944) 430 

Direct Fire Sights for Antiaircraft Guns— Part IV: Firing and Adjustment 

FS 4-255 (1944K 432 

Fire Control and Position Finding, Antiaircraft Artillery — Part I: Elements 

of Data 

FS 4-15 (1942— Film Reference) 430 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control and Position Finding— Part XI : Parallax 

Corrections 

FS 4-251 (1944) 431 

Fire Controls and Position Finding— Part XIV : Ballistic Corrections for M9 

and MIO Directors 

FS 4-262 (1944) 432 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control and Position Findings— Part XIX: The 

Director M5A2 
FS 44-14 (1945 — For use only in training National Guard units and 

foreign armies, not for training active Army) 454 

The Directors M9 and MIO — Part I: Introduction 

FS 4-126 (1943 — For use only in training National Guard units and 

foreign armies, not for training active Army) 430 

The Directors M9 and MIO— Part II: Nomenclature 

FS 4-137 (1943) 430 

The Directors M9 and MIO — Part III: Adjustments 

FS 4-143 (1943 — For use only in training National Guard units and 

foreign armies, not in training active Army) 430 

The Directors M9 and MIO— Part IV: Tests 

FS44-4 (1944) - - 453 

GUNS AND FIRE SUPPORT 

(Repair of Guns see ORDNANCE: Weapons and Repair.) 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons— Part I: Types and Components of 

Cannon 

TF 9-2058 (28 min— 1944 — Film Reference) 371 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons— Part II: Types and Components of 

Carriage 
TF 9-2059 (22 min— 1944— Film Reference) 371 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 1948— Film Reference)... - 367 

Fundamentals of Ballistics 

TF 9-1512 (19 min— 1949— Film Reference) 367 

The 90-mm Gun, MlAl, Principles of Operation — Part I 

TF9 1356 (29 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

The 90-mm Gun, MlAl, Principles of Operation— Part II: Recoil 

Mechanism 

TF 9-1357 (21 min— 1944— Film Reference). 305 

Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part I: Routine 

Inspection 
TF 4 610 (18 min— 1943— Film Reference) 327 

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For Hi/nopxis 
see page No. 

Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part II: Regular 

Inspection 

TF 4-641 (19 min— 1943— FUm Reference) 327 

Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part III: Routine 

Checks 
TF 4-642 (29 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part V: Firing, 
Safety Precaution, and Maintenance After Firing 

TF 4-644 (12 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part VI: Remote 
Control System M2 

TF 4-1144 (23 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part I: Emplacement, Using the Prime 
Mover 

TF 4-1145 (45 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part II: Emplacement Without Use of 
Prime Mover 

TF 4-1146 (30 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part III: March Order 

TF 4-1147 (30 min— 1943— Film Reference) __. 328 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part IV: Technique of Antitank Firing 

TF 4-1148 (42 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part V: Direct Fire Drill 

TF 4-1149 (23 min— 1943— Film Reference) 328 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part I: Emplacement 

TF 44-1347 (24 min— 1944— Film Reference) 413 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part II: March Order 

TF 44-1348 (26 min— 1944— Film Reference) 413 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part III: Hasty Em- 
placement for Antitank Firing 

TF 44-1349 (11 rain— 1944— Film Reference) 413 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part IV: Preparation for 
Firing 

TF 44-1350 (35 min— 1944— Film Reference) 414 

The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun on the M2 Mount — Part V: Inspection of 
Ammunition and Firing 

TF 44-1351 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 414 

Gun, 120-mm, Antiaircraft Ml, Principles of Operation — Part I: Section 
I: Functions and Operations — Section II: The Percussion Mechanism 

TF 9-1367 (30 min— 1944— Film Reference) 366 

Gun, 120-mm, Antiaircraft Ml, Principles of Operation^Part II: Oper- 
ation of the M9 Power Rammer 

TF 9-1368 (10 min— 1944— Film Reference) 366 

The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part I: Going into Position 

TF 4-1305 (37 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part II: March Order 

TF 4-1306 (24 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 



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The 120-inm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part III: Preparation for 
Firing 

TF 4-1307 (31 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part IV: Inspection of Am- 
munition and Firing 

TF 4-1308 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

The Multiple Machine Gun Mounts — Part I: Operation and Main- 
tenance 

TF 4-1280 (39 min— 1944— Film Reference) 329 

The Multiple Machine Gun Mounts — Part II: Drill and Firing 

TF 4-1292 (31 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

Interchangeability Features of Heavy and Very Heavy Artillery 

TF 9-1935 (34 min— 1954— Film Reference) 3G9 

Twin 40-mm Gun Motor Carriage M19 

TF 44-1524 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) 414 

Orientation and Synchronization of the AAA Gun Battery — Part I: Basic 

Principles 

TF 44-1641 (43 min— 1951— Film Reference) 414 

Light AAA With Infantry and Armored Divisions 

TF 44-1554 (18 min— 1952— Film Reference) 414 

Light AAA in Close Fire Support of Infantry 

TF 44-1680 (29 min- 1953— Film Reference) 415 

The Skysweeper — Emplacement and March Order 

MF 44-8247 (14 min— 1954) 278 

The Sliysweeper — Orientation and Synchronization Known Datum Point 

Method 

TF 44-2359 (29 min— 1956— Film Reference) 421 

The Skysweeper — Artillery Drill 

TF 44-2360 (27 min— 1958— Film Reference) 421 

Operation of the Skysweeper Radar 

TF 44-2528 (36 min— 1957— Film Reference) 421 

Antiaircraft Guns and Accessories — Part II: 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — 

Section I: Main Elements Except Breech Mechanism and Related 

Parts 

FS 4-16 (1942— Film Reference) 430 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part II: The 90-mm AA 

Gun on MlAl Mount — Section A: The Bogie and Pedestal 

FS 44-18 (1945) 454 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part II: the 90-mm A A 

Gun on MlAl Mount — Section B: Leveling Mechanism, Top Carriage 

Cradle 

FS 44-21 (1945) 451 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part II: The 90-mm AA 

Gun on MlAl Mount — Section C: The Gun Assembly 

FS 44-22 (1945) 454 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part III: 90-mm AA Gun 

on M2 Mount 
FS 4-141 (1943) --- 430 

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For synopxia 
sec page No. 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part IV: The 90-min AA 
Gun on the M2 Mount — Leveling Mechanism 

FS 4-160 (1943) 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part V: The 90-mm AA Gun 
on the M2 Mount 

FS 4-144 (1943) 430 

Aircraft Artillery Gun and Accessories — Part VI: The 120-mni (4.7-inch) 
AA Gun and Ml Mount 

FS 4-196 (1944) 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part VII: The 120-mm (4.7- 
inch) AA GuTi on the Ml Mount 

FS 4-180 (1944) 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part VIII: The 120-nim 
(4.7-inch) A A Gun on the Ml Mount 

FS 4-206 (1944) -.. - 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part IX: The 120-mni (4.7- 
inch) A A Gun on the Ml Mount — Fuze and Power Rammer 

FS 4-254 (1944) 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiair- 
craft Gun on the Ml Mount — Part X: Tests and Adjustments 

FS 44-10 (1944) _. 453 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — 120>mm (4.7-inch) Antiair- 
craft Gun on the Ml Mount — Part XI: Maintenance of the Gun and 
Carriage 

FS 44-11 (1944) 453 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part XII, Section A: Basic 
Mechanisms 

FS 44-19 (1945) 454 

Antiaircraft Artillery Guns and Accessories — Part XII, Section B: Basic 
Mechanisms 

FS 44-20 (1945) 454 

Antiaircraft Artillery Multiple Gun Mounts — Part III: The Multiple Cal. 
.50 Machine Gun Mount M45 — General Description 

FS 4-153 (1943) 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Multiple Gun Mounts— Part IV: The Multiple Cal. .50 
Machine Gun Mount M45 — Assembly and Operation 

FS 4-154 (1944).. _ 431 

Antiaircraft Artillery Ammunition — Part I: General Handling and Cal. .50 
Ammunition 

FS 4-149 (1943) 430 

Antiaircraft Artillery Ammunition — Part III: Ammunition for AA Guns 

FS 4-204 (1944) 431 

Barrage Balloon Lethal Devices — Part III: Double Parachute Arming for 
VLA Balloons 

FS 4-175 (1944) 431 

Field Fortifications for Antiaircraft Artillery — Part I: Basic Principles 

FS 4-200 (1944) 431 



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For »ynopHia 
HCc page No. 

Field Fortifications for Antiaircraft Artillery— Part 11: Automatic Weapons 

FS 1-201 dOM) - 431 

Field Fortifications for Antiaircraft Artillery — Part III: Guns 

FS 4-202 (1944) - - 431 

GUIDED MISSILES 

Elementary Principles of Analog Computers (U) 

GF 9-29 (29 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Prints are for limited distribu- 
tion to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and Overseas 
for loan to necd-to-know audiences — Film is classified CONFIDEN- 
TIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 224 

Defense of Antwerp Against the V-1 

MF 9-1286 (21 min— 1947) -- 235 

White Sands Proving Ground 

MF 9-8191 (22 min— 1953— Color) 236 

White Sands Proving Ground— Eyes of The Range Film Report — I 

MF 9-8705 (21 min— 1956— Color) 237 

White Sands Proving Ground — Report No. 3 Search into Space 

MF 9-8704 (21 min— 1956— Color) 237 

Guided Missiles 

MF 45-8354 (26 min— 1954) 281 

Guided Missiles — Theory of Operation 

TF 9-1652 (16 min— 1950) 367 

Guided Missile Propellents — Basic Characteristics 

TF 9-1952 (25 min— 1955— Color — Film Reference) 369 

Army's Nike Guards Nation's Capital 

DD 184-54 (5 min— 1955) 213 

Nike for the Defense of Your Community 

MF 45-8698 (13 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Overseas for use by PIO's) 283 

NIKE — For Defense of America 

MF 44-8852 (13 min— 1958 — Color— Distribution to Army Film and 

Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 279 

NIKE— Guardian of the Cities 

TF 44-2530 (15 min— 1957).. 421 

Guided Missiles of the Armed Forces (U) 

MF 44-8263 (14 min— 1954— Color— Distribution limited to CFL's in 
CONUS— From Navy Film MN9191-C— Film is classified CONFI- 
DENTIAL) 278 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Bleeding Door Cylinders 

TF 5-2169 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 342 

Guided Missile Equipment— NIKE — Door Cylinders, Removal 

TF 5-2465 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 342 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Elevator Locking Bar Cylinder, 
Replacement and Adjustment 

TF 5-2102 (() min— 1'.)57— Film Reference) :$n 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Elevator Locking Bar Cylinder, 
Removal 

TF 5-2404 (0 miu— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

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For aynopxis 
see page No. 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Flow Control and Door Cushioning 
Adjustment 

TF 5-2463 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Power Unit Belt Replacement 

TF 5-2467 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference) _ 342 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Two-way Valve, Disassembly and 
Assembly 

TF 5-2468 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 342 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Part I — Four-way Valves, Disas- 
sembly 

TF 5-2466 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference) 342 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Part II — Four-way Valves, Assembly 

TF 5-2506 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 342 

Guided Missile Propellants — Fire Hazards and Extinguishment 

TF 9-2222 (21 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 372 

The CORPORAL Missile— Fueling Operation 

TF 6-2403 (35 min— 1957— Film Reference— Film is FOR OFFICIAL 

USE ONLY) 345 

Missile Master — AN/FSG-1 Antiaircraft Defense System — Engineering 

Report No, 9627 
MF 11-8923 (13 min— 1958— Color— Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS — USA Signal Air Defense Engineering 

Agency (9584)) 243 

Signals for Missiles 

MF 11-8924 (20 min — 1958 — Color — Limited number of prints distributed 

to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges) 243 

Launching of Explorer 

MF 21-8933 (10 min— 1958) 270 

The Big Picture — The Pentomic Army 

MF 45-8936 (28 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 

exchanges in CONUS, US ARAL, USARPAC, and USARFANT) 283 

NIKE I — Introduction to the System 

TF 44-1964 (24 min— 1954— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLl^ 416 

NIKE I Underground Installation — Part I — Introduction 

TF 44-2164 (29 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film 

Reference) 418 

NIKE I Underground Installation — Part II — Section Drill 

TF 44-2165 (33 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film 

Reference) 419 

NIKE I Missile Test Equipment, Preliminary Operations (U) 
TF 9-2300 (8 min — 1957— Film Reference— Distribution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 

CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized).- 373 

NIKE I Missile Tests, Part I— Calibration of the RF Test Set (U) 
TF 44-2246 (9 min — 1956 — Distribution primarily to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS and to film exchanges servicing 
appropriate service schools — Film Reference — Film is classified CON- 
FIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 420 



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NIKE I Missile Tests, Part 11, Voltage Receiver Sensitivity, Power and 
Frequency Checks (U) 

TF 44-2247 (G inin — 1950 — Distribution limited — Film is classified CON- 
FIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized)... 420 

NIKE I Missile Tests, Part III — Nonresponse to Adjacent Codes, Pattern 
Modulation, and Response Time (U) 

TF 44-2248 (8 niin — 19o() — Dislrihution to Army film and equipment 
exchanges in CON U8 and OS — Film Reference — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAIr— Modified Handling Aulhorizfd) 420 

NIKE I Missile Tests, Part IV-A — Measurement of Burst, Fail Safe 
Time, and Buzz Voltages (U) 

TF 44-2249 (7 min — 1956 — Distribution primarily to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS and to film exchanges servicing 
appropriate service schools — Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL — 
Modified Handling Authorized) 420 

NIKE I Missile Tests, Part IV-B— Yaw and Pitch Servo Tests (U) 

TF 44-2250 (8 min — 1950 — Distribution to Film and ccjuipment ex- 
changes in CONUS and OS— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 
Modified Handling Authorized) -120 

NIKE I Missile Tests, Part V — Roll Servo Operation and Pressure Poten- 
tiometer Check (U) 

TF 44-2251 (8 min — 1956 — Distributiou to Army film and equipment ex- 
changes in CONUS and OS— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 
Modified Handling Authorized) 420 

NIKE I Missile Tests, Part VI— Precise Command and Internal Opera- 
Uon (U) 

TF 44-2252 (7 min — 1956 — Distribution limited to film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 
Modified Handling Atithorized) -120 

NIKE AJAX Battery, The Ground-Guidance Equipment Operation of the 
Personnel Heating and Ventilating System 

TF 44-2170 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 1, Guidance Section Tests, 
Position 2, Part A, Amplifier-Decoder Radar Modulator Tests (U) 

TF 9-2322 (5 min — 1957 — Film Refen-ncc — Dis(ril)ution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONIU^ and OS — Film is clm^sified 
CONFIDENTIAl.— Modified Handling Authorized). _ - 373 

Missile ORD 6 Test Equipment, Position 2, Part B, Amplifier-Decoder 
and Radar Modulator Tests (U) 

TF 9 2323 (5 niin — 1957 — I'^ilm Reference — Distribution limited to Army 
Film and E(iuipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL— Modifi(!d Handling Authorized) 373 

Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 2 (Part A), Signal Data Con- 
verter Tests (U) 

TF 9-2320 (4 min — 1957— Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CON FlDENTIAIy— Modified Handling Authorized)... 373 



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For aynopaia 
»ee page No. 

Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 2 (Part B), Signal Data Con- 
verter Tests (U) 

TF 9-2321 (6 min — 1957— Film Reference — Distriljution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized).. _ 373 

Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 3 (Part A), Power Unit and 
Control Amplifier Tests (U) 

TF 9-2324 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAI^— Modified Handling Authorized)... 373 

Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 3 (Part B), Power Unit and 
Control Amplifier Tests (U) 

TF 9-2325 (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 373 

Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 3 (Part C), Power Unit and 
Control Amplifier Tests (U) 

TF 9-2326 (4 min — 1957— Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 373 

NIKE AJAX Battery — Defense Against Electronic Counter-Measures (U) 

TF 44-2545 (27 min— 1958— This film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 

Modified Handling Authorized) 421 

NIKE AJAX Battery — Orientation and Synchronization — Part III-A — 
Collimation of Tracking Antenna by Data Dial Method 

TF 44-2584 (25 min— 1958— Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY) 422 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 
Part I — Target Tracking Radar 

TF 44-2172 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) . 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 
Part II — Missile Tracking Radar (U) 

TF 44-2173 (26 niiu— 1957— Film Reference — Film is classified CON- 
FIDENTIAL) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 
Part III— Computer (U) 

TF 44^2171 (20 min — 1958 — I'ilm Reference — Distribution limited to 

Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is 419 
classified CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 
Equipment — Part I — Acquisition Radar (U) 

TF 44-2166 (18 min — 1957— Film Reference- Film is classified CON- 
FIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 
Equipment — Part IV — Computer 

TF 44-2169 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 



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NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenerjfiring (he Gronnd-Guidanre 

Equipment — Part II — Target Tracking Radar 
TF 44-2167 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY). 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 

Equipment — Part III — Missile Tracking Radar 
TF 44-2168 (11 miii— 1957— Film Refcrenof^FOR OPFrCFAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

NIKE AJAX Multi-Channel Data Recorder— Part I— Operation 

TF 44-2174 (34 min— 1958— Film Referenc^Film is FOR OFFICIAL 

USE ONLY) 420 

NIKE AJAX Multi-Channel Data Recorder— Part II— Tape Analysis (U) 

TF 44-2175 (34 min— 1958— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— Modi- 
fied Handling Authorized) 120 

NIKE I SAM Battalion Preparation of the Missile — Part I — Uncrating. 
Fin Installation, and Pressure Tests (Revised version) 

TF 44-2150 (30 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— This filnj 

])reviousI}' classified) 417 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile — Part II — Missile Tests 

TF 44-2151 (10 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 417 

NIKE I SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile — Part III— Booster 
Uncrating and Joining (Revised version) 

TF 44-2152 (25 min— 1955— Film Referencf^— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY — This Film was previously classified) 417 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile— Part IV— Fuel 
Servicing 

TF 44-2153 (18 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
once) 4l7 

NIKE I SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile — Part V — Oxidizer 
Servicing (Revised version) 

TF 44-2154 (21 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL Ut>:E ONLY— ReplaooB 

classified film TF 44-2154, whidi is now obsolotr) _.. 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile — Part VI — Warhead 
Installation 

TF 44-2155 (32 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) _ 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile — Part VII — Final 
Preparations 

TF 44r-2156 (24 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Preparation of the Missile — Part VIII — Routine 
Checks 

TF 44-2157 (10 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Battery Control Area — Part I — Emplacement and 
Preparation of the Tracking Radars 

TF 44- 2144 (IG min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 416 

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For nynopnis 
see page No. 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Battery Control Area — Part II — Assembly of the 
Radar Collimation Mast 

TF 44-2145 (30 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 416 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Battery Control Area — Part III — Adjustment and 
Erection of the Radar Collimation Mast Assembly 

TF 44-2146 (15 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 417 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Launching Area — Part I — Emplacement of the 
Launching Equipment 

TF 44-2147 (28 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 417 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Launching Area — Part II — Installation and Checks 
of Launcher Equipment 

TF 44-2148 (24 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— FUm Refer- 
ence) 417 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Launching Area — Part III — Reload Procedures 
and Drill for the Launcher-Loader 

TF 44-2149 (16 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 417 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Missile Defueling — Part I — Preparation for De- 
fueling 

TF 44-2255 (15 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 420 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Missile Defueling — Part II — Removal of Starting 
Fluid and Oxidizer 

TF 44-2256 (30 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 42 1 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Missile Defueling— Part III— Removal of JP-4 

TF 44-2257 (10 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 421 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Procedures and Drill — Part I — Normal Conditions 

TF 44-2161 (21 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Procedures and Drill — Part II — Alternate Commu- 
nication Procedures 

TF 44-2162 (34 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Orientation and Synchronization — Part I — Leveling 
of the Tracking Radars 

TF 44-2139 (21 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 416 

Nike I, SAM Battalion, Orientation and Synchronization — Part II — Ad- 
justment of the Optical System 

TF 44-2140 (30 min— 1955— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— FUm Refer- 
ence) 416 

Nike I SAM Battalion, Orientation and Synchronization — Part III — Colli- 
mation of the Tracking Radars 

TF 44-2141 (29 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 416 

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Nike I, SAM Battalion, Orientation and Synchronization— Part IV— Data 
Transmission Adjustments 

TF 44-2142 (25 min— 195(J— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 41 »j 

Nilie I SAM Battalion, Orientation and Synchronization — Part V — Parallax 
Corrections and Adjustments at the Launching Positioning Units (U) 

TF 44-2143 (30 min— 1950 — I)istrih\ition Limifrd — Film Iteferoitce— 

Film is classified CONFlDKXTLAIr— Moflifi.d llancilinK Aulliurized). 410 

Nike I SAM Battalion, Orientation and Synchronization — Part VI — 
Orientation of the Launcher Rail 

TF 44-2103 (8 min— 1950— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 418 

Nike I, SAM Battalion — Removal of Warheads 

TF 44-2158 (20 min— 1950— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film Refer- 
ence) 418 

NIKE (U) 

MF 44-7556 (58 min — 1949 — Limited distribution — Printing discontinued, 
alternate film MF 9-8175 may be used — Further difitribiition must be 
authorized by USCONARC— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 278 

NIKE System Field Test (U) 

MF 44-8002 (7 min — 1952— Color— Limited distribution— Printing dis- 
continued, alternated film MF 9-8175 may be used — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL) ...___..._ 278 

NIKE System Test (U) '""" 

MF 9-8175 (13 min— 1953— Color— Distribution limited to Central Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and Equipment Exchanges in 
CONUS and certain Artillery and Guided Missiles organizations speci- 
fied by higher authority— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 230 

Universal Fuze A, MK 6, Application (U) 

MF 20-8410 (21 min— 1955— Distribution limited to: Asst Commandant 
Artillery School, AA«fe(JM Branch, Ft Bliss, Texas; SCPL&L M/F: 
Chief of Ordnance SCJPL&L M/F: Chief, Engineers — Film is classified 
SECRET— Restricted Data) _ 203 

AIRCRAFT RECOGNITION 

Recognition of Jet Aircraft 

MF 20 7991 (15 min— 1953— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

0898) 201 

Visual Problems Induced by Supersonic Speeds 

MF 44 8400 (47 min - 1955 -Color — Distribution Limited)-. 278 

Aircraft Recognition — Soviet Jet Aircraft 

MF 20-7980 (15 min— 1955— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

G898-C) 201 

Aircraft Recognition 

SK 5-QQ 8 (1953- Supplementary Kit No. 1, 1954— Supplementary Kit 

No. 2, 1955— Supplementary Kit No. 3, 1950). 457 

Russian Aircraft 

FS 44 20 (1952— From British Film Strip FS87) -154 



38 



CATEGORY INDEX ARTY— FLD 

14. ARTILLERY— FIELD (Weapons— Principles and Use; Rockets; 
Movements and Tactics) 

(For Cold Weather Artillery Tests see COLD WEATHER: 
Testing and operations) 

WEAPONS— PRINCIPLES AND USE 

(For Repair of Guns see ORDNANCE: Weapons and Repair) 

For $ynop8i» 
see page No. 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons — Part I: Types and Components of 

Cannon 
TF 9-2058 (28 min— 1944— Film Reference). 371 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons — Part II: Types and Components of 

Carriage 

TF 9-2059 (22 min— 1944— Film Reference) 371 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydrospring Type 

TF 9-1869 (33 min— 1954— Film Reference) 368 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type — 

Part I — Dependent System 

TF 9-1948 (12 min— 1954— Film Reference). '.^:«.'J-- k . - . 369 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type — 

Part II — Independent System 

TF 9-1949 (16 min— 1954— Film Reference) 369 

Howitzer, Pack, 75-mm, MlAl, and Carriages Ml and MS — Principles of 

Operation 

TF 9-1124 (24 min— 1944— Film Reference) 363 

Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1, and Carriage M2 — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2050 (21 min— 1944— Film Reference) 370 

Service of the Piece — 105-mm Howitzer 

TF 6-1991 (34 min— 1955— Film Reference) 344 

Service of the Piece, 280-mm Gun 

TF 6-1962 (34 min— 1955— Film Reference) 344 

The 155-mm Gun Ml— Part I: Nomenclature of the Piece 

TF 6-1072 (26 min— 1943— Film Reference) 342 

Artillery Orientation by Sun and Star — Part I: The Altitude Method 

TF 6-1678 (25 min— 1951) J___'-J-l 343 

Fundamentals of Ballistics 

TF 9-1512 (19 min— 1949— Film Reference) 367 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 194S— Film Reference) 367 

VT Fuzes— Field Artillery 

TF 9-1875 (25 min— 1955— Film Reference) 369 

Military Optical Instruments — Part III: Observation and Measuring 

Instruments 
TF 9-1122 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Field Artillery Sight Tests and Adjustments 

TF 6-1498 (27 min— 1949— Film Reference) ^42 

Artillery Survey 

TF 6-1657 (32 min— 1951) 342 

39 



ARTY— FLD CATEGORY INDEX 

For nynopitU 
»C€ page S'o. 

Laying (he Field Artillery Battery 

TF G-1227 (15 niin— 1943— Film Referciit-cl 342 

Field Artillery Radar 

TF 6-1757 (22 min— 1953— Film Rofcn-iic-i 343 

Military Optical Instruments — Part I: Optica! Principles 

TF 9-1167 (10 mill— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Military Optical Instruments — Part II: Sighting Instruments 

TF 9-1168 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Demolitions, M-10 Universal Destructor 

TF 5-2282 (7 min — 1956— Distribution to Army film and equipment 

exchanges in COXUS and overseas Film Reference) 337 

Weapons of the Artillery 

FB 44-253 (26 min— 1953— Color) 222 

Concrete Piercing Nose Fuze M78 

FB 9-170 (16 min— 1945) _ 218 

VT Bomb and Rocket Fuzes 

FB 9-197 (25 min— 1945— Film Ri-fen^icp) 218 

Reduction of Japanese Cave-type Fortifications 

FB 20-213 (34 min— 1945) 222 

The Great Gun 

MF 9-7940 (12 min— 1952) 236 

Artillery Orientation by Sun and Star — Part II — The Hour- Angle Method 
TF 6-2424 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 6-1679 which is 

obsolete) 345 

Field Artillery Recoil Mechanisms — Part I — Indirect Method of Checking 

Nitrogen Pressure 
TF 9-2543 (24 min— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 9-1316 which is 

obsolete) _ 375 

Field Artillery Recoil Mechanisms — Part II — Direct Method of Checking 

Nitrogen Pressure x 

TF 9- 2532 (29 min— 1 957— Film Reference) :;75 

Orientation — Part I: General 

FS4-33 (1943) 430 

Orientation — Part II: Instruments 

FS4-34 (1943) 430 

Orientation^ — Part V: Azimuth Determination — Approximate Methods — 

Elementary Astronomy 

FS4-37 (1943)... 430 

Orientation — Part VI: Stellar Observation, Northern Hemisphere 

FS4-38 (1943) 430 

Orientation — Part VII: Azimuth Determination by Solar Observation 

FS4-39 (1944).. 430 

Orientation — Part VIII: Stellar Observation, Southern Hemisphere 

FS 4-40 (1943) 430 

Field Artillery Ammunition — Part III: Handling 

FS 6-22 (1943). 434 

Field Artillery Ammunition — Part V: Fuzes 

FS 6-24 (1943) 434 

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CATEGORY INDEX ARTY— FLD 

For HynopHiH 
see page No. 

Sensing of Field Artillery Fire 

FS G-45 (1943) _ 434 

Theory of Target Grid System (GTA 7-5) 

FS 7-163 (1955— Film Reference) 435 

Panoramic Sketching 

FS &-61 (1944— Instructor's Notes) 435 

The Howitzer, Pack, 75-mm, MlAl, and Carriage, Howitzer, M3A1, Dis- 
assembly and Assembly Inspection — Part V: Inspection of Recoil Mech- 
anism 

FS 9-102 (1943) 440 

The 75-mm Howitzers Ml and M8 — Part I: Description and Characteristics 

FS6-46 (1943) 434 

The 75-mm Howitzers Ml and M8 — Part II: Mechanical Functioning 

FS 6-47 (1943) 434 

The 105-mm Howitzer M2 — Part II: Mechanical Functioning 

FS 6-32 (1943) 434 

The 105-mm Howitzer M2 — Part III: Authorized Disassemblies (First 
Echelon) 

FS 6-39 (1943) 434 

Direct Laying with the 105-mm Howitzer 

FS6-42 (1944) 

The 8-inch Howitzer Ml and the 155-mm Gun Ml — Part I: Description 

and Characteristics 

FS 6-63 (1944) 435 

The 8-inch Howitzer Ml and the 155-mm Gun Ml — Part II: Mechanical 

Functioning 
FS6-65 (1944) 

The 8-inch Howitzer Ml and 155-mm Gun Ml — Part III: Authorized 
Disassemblies 

FS 6-66 (1944) 435 

Sighting and Laying Equipment — Tests and Adjustments — 155-mm Gun 
Ml and 8-inch Howitzer Ml 

FS &-50 (1944) 435 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part I: Removing the Gun and Cradle 

FS 9-120 (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part II: Removing the Carriage, Limber, Bogie, and Train 

FS 9-121 (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part III: Disassembly of the Breech Mechanism 

FS 9-122 (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part IV: Disassembly of the Top Carriage 

FS 9-123 (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part V: Disassembly of the Trunnions 
FS 9-124 (1943) 440 



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For »ynop»i» 
act page So. 



The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part VI: Dii>ai>sembly of the Ueplcnisher and of the Variable 
Recoil Mechanism 

FS 9-125 (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disanserobly and As- 
sembly — Part VII: Disassembly of the Bogie 

FS 9-12G (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part VIII: Disassembly of the Bogie 

FS 9-127 (1943) 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part IX: Disassembly of the Heavy Carriage Limber M2 

FS 9-128 (1943). 440 

The 155-mm Gun, MlAl, and Gun Carriage Ml, Disassembly and As- 
sembly — Part X: Disassembly of the Carriage Air Line and the Emer- 
gency Relay Valve 

FS 0-129 (1943) -— j_ 440 

Direct Laying with the 155-mm Howitzer MlAl 

FS6-76 (1945) -._ 435 

The 280-mm Atomic Artillery Projectile (U) 

TF 6-1897 (25 ruin— 1953— Film is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED 

DATA) 344 

ROCKETS 

The 4.5-inch Multiple Rocket Launcher, T66 

FB 9-206 (25 niin— 194.5— Film Rofcroiico) _. 218 

Rocket Instrumentation 

FB 9-231 (15 mill— 1949) 219 

The German A-4 Rocket, Operation Backfire (U) 

MF 9-1330 (40 min— 1948— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 235 

The 762-mm Rocket— Part I— Introduction to the System (U) 

TF 6-2374 (16 min— 1957— Film Rcfcroncc— Film is classified CONFI- 
DENTIAL) 344 

The 762-mm Rocket — Part II — Mechanical Assembly 

TF 6-2375 (14 min— 1957— FiUu Ileforeuce— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 344 

The 762-mm Rocket— Part HI— Electrical Testing 

TF 6-2376 (16 min— 1957— Fihn Ileferencc— FOR OFFICIAL CSE 

ONLY) 344 

The 762-mm Rocket— Part IV— Loading 

TF 6-2377 (13 mixi— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 344 

The 762-mm Rocket— Part V — Preparation for Action 

TF 6-2378 (19 miii- J957— Film Rcfirtncc— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 345 

The 762-mm Rocket— Part VI— Firing and March Order 

TF 6-2379 (20 min- 1957— Film Rcfonnw"— FOR OFFICIAL USIO 

ONLY) ;M5 



42 



CATEGORY INDEX ARTY— FLD 

For HiinojmiH 
see page \o. 

NIKE AJAX Battery, The Ground-Guidance Equipment Operation of the 
Personnel Heating and Ventilating System 

TF 44-2170 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 
Part I— Target Tracking Radar 

TF 44-2172 (17 niin— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 
Part II— Missile Tracking Radar (U) 

TF 44-2173 (26 min— 1957— Film Reference— Film is classified CONFI- 
DENTIAL) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 
Part III— Computer (U) 

TF 44-2171 (20 min— 1958— Film Reference — Distribution limited to 
Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL— MODIFIED HANDLING AUTHOR- 
IZED) - 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 
Equipment — Part I — Acquisition Radar (U) 

TF 44-2166 (18 min— 1957— Film Reference— Film is classified CONFI- 

DENTIAI^MODIFIED HANDLING AUTHORIZED) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 
Equipment — Part II — Target Tracking Radar 

TF 44-2167 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 
Equipment — Part III — Missile Tracking Radar 

TF 44-2168 (11 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) -. 419 

NIKE AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 
Equipment — Part IV — Computer 

TF 44-2169 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

The CORPORAL Battalion, Part I — Introduction to the System (U) 

TF 6-2401 (23 min— 1957 — Initial distribution to Army Film and Equip- 
ment Exchanges for loan to Artillery, Ordnance and other personnel 
co-ncerned with the CORPORAL on a necd-to-know basis — Film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL) 345 

The CORPORAL Battalion— Part II— Description of Equipment 

TF 6-2402 (25 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) - 345 

MOVEMENTS AND TACTICS 

(See Combat Bulletins and Staff Film Reports) 
Field Artillery Reconnaissance, Selection and Occupation of Position — 

Part I: From Rendezvous 
TF 6-1813 (31 min— 1953— Film Reference) 344 



43 



AKTY— FLD CATEGORY INDEX 



For »finopKi» 
tee page So. 



Field Artillery ReconnaiBsance, Selection, and Occupation of Position — 
Part II: From the March 

TF 6-1814 (22 min— 1953— Film Rcfi'renoe) 344 

Fire Direction Procedure — Part I: Precision Fire 

TF 6-1696 (37 niin— 1952) 343 

Fire Direction Procedure — Part II: Area Fire 

TF 6-1697 (35 min— 1952) 343 

Fire Direction Procedure — Part III: Observed Firing Chart 

TF 6-1703 (31 min— 1952) 343 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion 

TF 6-2201 (22 min— 1956) 344 

Ceunterfire 

TF 7-1522 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) 346 

Introduction to Flash Ranging 

TF 6-2258 (18 min— 1956).. _. 344 

Field Artillery Sound Ranging 

TF 6-1775 (23 min— 1953— Film Reference) _ 343 

Countermortar 

TF 6-1533 (25 min— 1949) 342 

Crater Analysis 

TF 6-1686 (21 min— 1952) _ 343 

The Reinforced Tank Battalion in the Attack 

TF 17-1547 (33 min— 1950— Film Reference)— _ 393 

Field Artillery 105-mm Howitzer Section in Shore-to-shore Operations 

TF 31-1175 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference) 411 

Fire — Artillery Action In Korea 

MF 6-7900 (14 min— 1952) _ 230 

The Medium Tractor M4 — Part I: Operation 

FS 4-181 (1944) 431 

Corporal (U) 

MF 9-8139 (15 min — 1952 — Color—Distribution limited to Army Service 
Schools training in Atomic Warfare and CFL's in CONTS — Film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL) 230 

Project Honest John Field Test First Phase (U) 

MF 9-8140 (11 min — 1952 — Color — Distribution limited to Army Service 
Schools training in Atomic Warfare and CF & EE's in CONUS — Film 
is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 236 

The CORPORAL Battalion, Part I— Introduction to the System (U) 

TF 6-2401 (23 min — 1957 — Initial distribution to army film and equip- 
ment cxchaiiRes for loan to Artillery, Ordnance and other personnel 
concerned with the CORPORAL on a necd-to-know basis — Film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL). 345 

The CORPORAL Battalion— Part II— Description of Equipment 

TF 6-2402 (25 miu— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 345 



44 



CATEGORY INDEX ARTY— SEACOAST 

15. ARTILLERY— SEACOAST 

Note. For repair of Artillery Equipment see ORDNANCE: Weapons and 
Repair; for Diesel Engines see ORDNANCE. 

For gynopaia 
see page No, 

Military Optical Instruments — Part III: Observation and Measuring In- 
struments 

TF 9-1122 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Artillery Survey 

TF 6-1657 (32 min— 1951) 342 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 1948— Film Reference) 367 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons — Part I: Types and Components of 
Cannon 

TF 9-2058 (28 min- 1944— Film Reference) 371 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons — Part II: Types and Components of 
Carriage 

TF 9-2059 (22 min— 1944— Film Reference) 371 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part II: Planting Control Buoys and Laying 
Shore Cable 

TF 4-1271 (29 min— 1944— Film Reference) _ 328 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part III: Planting Ground Mines 

TF 4-1272 (25 min— 1943— Film Reference) 329 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part IV: Planting Buoyant Mines 

TF 4-1273 (21 min— 1943— Film Reference) 329 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part V: Preparing and Planting the Distri- 
bution Box 

TF 4-1274 (21 min— 1943— Film Reference) 329 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part VI: Operation of the Mine Field 

TF 4-1275 (34 min— 1944— Film Reference) _ _ . 329 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part VII: Maintenance and Renovation of 
Underwater Equipment 

TF 4-1276 (44 min— 1944— Film Reference) 329 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part I, Section I: Preparation of Ground 
Mine Underwater Equipment 

TF 4-1277 (47 min— 1944— Film Reference) 329 

Controlled Submarine Mines — Part I, Section II: Preparation of Buoyant 
Mine Underwater Equipment 

TF 4-1278 (19 min— 1944— Film Reference) 329 

Military Optical Instruments — Part I: Optical Principles 

TF 9-1167 (10 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Military Optical Instruments — Part II: Sighting Instruments 

TF 9-1168 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

The Artillery Meteorological Message 

FS 20-23 (1945) 449 

Harbor Defense Searchlights and Power Plants — Part V: Fixed Search- 
lights — Section I: Nomenclature and Function 

FS 4-157 (1943).. 431 

Harbor Defense Searchlights and Power Plants — Part V: Fixed Search- 
lights — Section II: Care and Maintenance 
FS 4-158 (1943) 431 

45 



ATOM CATEGORY INDEX 

16. ATOMIC 

"Note. See aho Artillery — Antiaircraft; Guided Missiles; and Artillery- 
Field— Rockets. 

For KiinoiioiK 
ne iiiitjt. So. 

Troop Indoctrination for an Atomic Exercise 

TF 21-1921 (33 niin— 1955) 405 

Fundamentals of Radiac Instruments 

TF 11-2234 (25 miu— 1955) 387 

Atomic Energy 

MF 20-7500 (11 miu — 1948— Commercial Adaptation) 259 

Atomic Power ^ ,q gj 

ANSM 86 (18 min — 1947 — Commercial Adaptation) _' 1 196 

The Basic Physics of an Atomic Bomb 

MF 20-7896 (19 min— 1952— Color) 261 

Inside the Atom 

OF 46 (9 luin— 1948) ^_ 301 

The Atom Strikes . '» i 

MF 5-1235 (31 min— 1946) 228 

The Effects of Atomic Bomb Explosions 

MF 20-7815 (21 min — 1951 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project) 260 

The Great Gun 

MF 9-7940 (12 min— 1952). .-. 236 

Tales of Two Cities (Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) 

ANSM 74 (14 min— 1946) 196 

The Last Bomb 

MF 40-7534 (21 min— 1949— Color— From Air Force Film SFP 193) 278 

Operations Crossroads 

MF 60-1323 (28 min— 1947— Color— From Navy Film MN 5345) 293 

Crossroads — Radiological Safety 

MF 20-1396 (25 min— 1947— From Navy Film MN 5367-B)... 259 

Fireball Phenomena at Bikini 

MF 38-7928 (5 min— 1953)... _• 276 

Look — No Hands (Operation Sandstone) 

MF 20-7676 (20 min — 1950— From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project 19-11) 260 

The Navy's Part In Operation Sandstone 

MF 20-7675 (40 min — 1950 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Pr<)j<'ct 19-14) 260 

Radiological Safety on Operation Sandstone 

MF 20-7670 (26 min — 1950 — P>om Armed Forces Special Weai>ons 

Proj.'et 19-3) -.- 259 

Security Control in Operation Sandstone 

MF 20-7671 (24 min— 1950— From Armed Forres Special Project 19-16).. 259 

United States Army Engineers in Operation Sandstone 

MF 20-7()72 (20 min — 1960 — From Armed Forces S|}ecial Weajwns 

Project 19-10) 259 



49 



CATEGORY INDEX ATOM 

For HynoitHin 
ace page No. 

Story of Communications on Project Sandstone 

MF 20-7673 (29 min— 1050— From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project 19-7) 259 

Weather to . . . 

MF 20-7674 (22 min— 1950 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project 19-6) ___ _ __ 260 

Atom Atoll 

RTAF 147 (16 min— 1953) 199 

Atomic Support for the Soldier 

MF 20-7956 (21 min— 1953) 261 

Individual Protection Against Atomic Attack 

TF 20-2531 (25 min— 1958— Film Reference) _ 404 

Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb — Part I: Physics — Physical Destruction — .H 

Casualty Effects 

PMF 5058 (32 min— 1950— Color) 304 

Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb — Part II: Pathology and the Clinical '. 

Problem ". 
PMF 5148 (37 min— 1950— Color— Technical film for professional per- 
sonnel only) , 300 

The Medical Effects of Nuclear Radiation 

MF 8-7897 (21 min— 1952— Color— Film Reference) _ 232 

Radioactive Contamination 

MF 20-8148 (20 min— 1953— From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project 5201) _ _ 262 

Radioactivity — Laboratory Demonstrations 

PMF 5110 (17 min— 1949— Color) 306 

An Introduction to Radiation Detection Instruments 

MF 20-7773 (18 min— 1950— From Armed Forces Special Weapons 

Project) ■- 260 

Atomic Medical Cases — Japan — WW II 

PMF 5143 (37 min— 1949— Film Reference) 308 

The Radioisotope — Part I: Fundamentals of Radioactivity 

PMF 5145A (59 min— 1951) 308 

The Radioisotope — Part II: Properties of Radiation 

PMF 5145B (68 min— 1952) 308 

The Radioisotope — Part III: Practical Procedures of Measurement 

PMF 5145C (48 min— 1951) . _ 309 

The Radioisotope — Part IV: Methodology 

PMF 5145D (40 min— 1951) 309 

The Radioisotope — Part V: The Physical Principles of Radiological Safety, 

Sections I and II 

PMF 5145E (Sec I, 25 min— Sec II, 26 min— Total 51 min — 1954) 309 

The Radioisotope— Part VI: The Practice of Radiological Safety 

PMF 5145 F (33 min— 1952) 309 

The Radioisotope — Part XII: Agricultural Research 

PMF 5147B (40 min— 1952) 309 

The Radioisotope — Part XIII: General Sciences 

PMF 5147C (46 min— 1952) --. 309 

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ATOM CATEGORY INDEX 

For ninopitlt 
»ee page So. 

Atomic Physics 

MF 20-1428 (100 min— 1948— Commercial Adaptation) 259 

The Big Picture— The Pentomic Army 

MF 45-8936 (28 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS, USARAL, USARPAC, and USARFANT) 283 

Stockpile to Target (U) 

MF 20-8116 (24 min — 1952 — Limited distribution to Service Schools in 

CONUS— Film is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA) 262 

A-Bomb at Sea (U) 

MF 20-8125 (19 min — 1952 — Color — Limited distribution — Further dis- 
tribution must be autliorized by Ch, AFF — Film is classified SECRET — 
RESTRICTED DATA) 262 

Baker Day Hi-Speed Story (U) 

MF 20-8126 (24 min — 1952— Limited distribution — Further distributiou 
must be authorized by Ch, AFF— Film is classified SECRET) 262 

Able Day Hi-Speed Story (U) 

MF 20-8127 (19 min — 1952 — Limited distribution — Further distributiou 

must be authorized by Ch, AFF— Film is classified SECRET) 262 

Military Participation on Tumbler/Snapper (ITt 

MF 20-8169 (47 min — 1953 — Color — Limited distribution — For use in 
courses of instruction on Atomic Weapons given at general and branch 
service schools concerned; one part each to CF & EEa in COXUS — Film 
is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA) 262 

Ivy — Documentary Film (U) 

MF 20-8261 (69 min— 1954— Color-Distribution limited to the AA&GM 
Branch — TAS, Ft Bliss, Texas and C:&GSC, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas- 
There are two other versions: (a) 28 min. version — Unclassified AFIF 
62, distributed by DA— (b) 36 min version— FOR OFFICIAL USE 
ONLY, not distributed by DA— Film is classified SECRET— RE- 
STRICTED DATA) --- 262 

Operation Upshot-Knothole 1953 (U) 

MF 20-8267 (43 min — 1954 — Color— Distribution limited to: Central film 
libraries in CONUS and USAREUR and film libraries serving the 
Armored, Artillery and Infantry Schools— Film is classified SECRET — 
RESTRICTED DATA) 263 

A Special Weapons Orientation — Part II — Basic Atomic Weapons (U) 

MF 20-8350 (11 min— 1954— Color-Distribution limit«Hl to: CFLs in 
CONUS; major OS Commands; Service Schools of the Combat Arms — 
From Armed Forces Six^cial Weapons Project 30-11, Pt 2— Film is 
classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA).... 263 

A Special Weapons Orientation— Part V— Effects of Atomic Weapons (U) 

MF 20-8386 (14 min— 1954— Distribution limited to: CFLs in COXUS; 
major OS Commands and to Service Schools of the Combat Arms — Film 
is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA) -- 263 

Atomic Tests— 1952-1953 (U) 

MF 20-8508 (1956— From Armed Forces S|)eoial Weapons Projict 30-26— 
Distribution limited to: CF & EEs in CONUS; Major OS Commandis; 
Service Schools of the Combat Arms — Film is classified SECRET — 
RESTRICTED DATA) 264 



48 



CATEGORY INDEX CH 

For Hfntniin'm 

nrr ptiijr So. 

Tactical Employment of Atomic Weapons in Support of Ground Troops '. 

(Defensive) (U) 

TF 20-1937 (51 min— 1955— Film is clansitied CONFIDENTIAL) 403 

Dissemination of Atomic Energy Information: Indoctrination — Phase 

I(U) 
FS 20-99 (101 frames — 1950 — Liinitod distribution — Further distribution 

must be authorized by G-3— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 450 

Dissemination of Atomic Energy Information: Indoctrination — Phase 

11 (U) 
FS 20-100 (100 frames — 1950 — Limited distribution — Further distribution /f 

must be authorized by G~3— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 450 

17. CHAPLAIN (Character Guidance; Religious Teaching; Chaplain 
Activities). 

CHARACTER GUIDANCE 

For »)innit»iii 
For Which We Stand — Let's Get It Straight »vc pagtSo. 

TF 16-1699 (15 min— 1951— From Navy Film MN5321-B)_ 301 

For Which We Stand— To Be Held In Honor * 

TF 16-1700 (21 min— 1951— From Navy Film MN5321-C)_ 301 

With Malice Toward Some 

TF 16-2511 (10 min— 1957— Distribution to Central and Post Film and 

Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and overseas for loan to Chaplains.. 392 

Freedom — How Free Am I? 

TF 16-2512 (8 min— 1957) 392' 

Self-Control 

TF 16-2513 (11 min— 1958) 302 

Courage — What Price Courage 

TF 16-2514 (10 min— 1958) -_ 392 

Gratitude— Thanks to Whom? 

TF 16-2515 (5 min— 1958) _ 302 

Sacrifice — Sentimental Journey 

TF 16-2516 (8 min— 1958)- 392 

Opportunity 

TF 16-2517 (7 min— 1958). _ 302 

Personal Integrity 

TF 16-2518 (7 min— 1958) 302 

Greatness 

TF 16-2519 (9 min— 1958— Film Reference) 302 

Common Sense 

TF 16-2520 (8 min— 1958— Film Reference) 393 

Clean Speech 

TF 1&-2521 (6 min— 1958— FUm Reference) 393 

Family 

TF 16-2522 (7 min— 1958— Film Reference) 303 

The Flag Speaks 

MF 16-7685 (20 min— 1950— Color— Commercial Adaptation). 247 

The Shield of Faith 

MF 16-8430 (26 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation). 240 

494599"— 59 4 49 



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For aynoptit 
tee page So. 



Are You Ready for Service? What It's AH About 

MF 16-8599 (10 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 
distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 250 

Are You Ready for Service? Getting Ready Morally 

MF 16-8600 (10 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 
distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchange in CONUS) 250 

Are You Ready for Service? Military Life and You 

MF 16-8601 (10 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 260 

Production 5118 

MF 61-8687 (30 min — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — One 16mm 

print distributed to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges, 1st through 

6th U.S. Armies). 297 

Are You Ready for Service? Why You 

MF 16-8825 (13 min— 1957— Coramercia) Adaptation) 253 

Character Guidance Program, The 

TF 16-2695 (23 min— 1958— Fihn Reference) 393 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — The Nation 

We Serve 

FS 16-1 (1949— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program— The Chaplain's Hour — The Need for 

Wholesome Thinking 

FS 16-2 (1949— Color) 447 

i 
The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — What Is Right 

FS 16-3 (1949— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — The Complete . 

Person 

FS 16-4 (1949— Color) 447* 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Clean Speech 

FS 16-5 (1949— Color) ._'.:..._... ....1 447 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Chastity 

FS 16-6 (1949— Color) ..- 447 

The Character Guidance Program — Worship in Life 

FS 16-7 (1950— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — Basic Morality 

FS 16-8 (1950— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — The Concept of Authority 

FS 16-9 (1950— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — Life, Reputation, and Property 

FS 16-10 (1950— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — Home 

FS 10-11 (1050 -Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — The Making of Character 

FS 16-12 (1050-C;()l(.r) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — The Shaping of Personality 

FS 16-13 (1050 C.loi) --- 447 

The Character Guidance Program — The Formation of Character 

FS 16-14 (1951— Color) 447 

SO 



CATEGORY INDEX CH 

For Mi/noimU 

The Character Guidance Program — Clean Living and Thinking 

FS 16-15 (1951— ('(.lor) 147 

The Character Guidance Program — SclT-discipline 

FS lG-16 (1951— Color) 417 

The Character Guidance Program — Man Is a Moral Being 

FS 1&-17 (1951— Color) _.. 447 

The Character Guidance Program — How Free Am I? 

FS 16-18 (1951— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — A Sense of Duty 

FS 16-19 (1951— Color) 447 

The Character Guidance Program — Spirit of Sacrifice 

FS 16-20 (1952— Color) 447 

Personal Integrity 

FS 16-21 (1952-Color)....^^_,,^,f^.,^^,jj^^^^, 448 

Ambition 

FS 16-22 (1952— Color) ..^^^^.^^^ 448 

Honor 

FS 16-23 (1952— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program— Honesty 

FS 16-24 (1952— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — ^Marks of 
Greatness 

FS 16-25 (1952— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Our Citizen- 
ship 

FS 16-26 (1953— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Sincerity 

FS 16-27 (1953— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Prejudice 

FS 16-28 (1953— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Thrift 

FS 16-29 (1953— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour— The Hardest 
Victory 

FS 16-30 (1953— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — As You Would 
Be Done By 

FS 16-31 (1954— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — What Makes a 
Man a Man 

FS 16-32 (1954— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Natural Law 

FS 16-33 (1954— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program — The Chaplain's Hour — Humility 

FS 16-35 (1953— Color) 448 

The Character Guidance Program— The Chaplain's Hour — My Right to the 

Truth 
FS 16-36 (1954— Color) 448 

51 



CH CATEGORY INDEX 

For »iniop*U 
Me 9«v« Vo. 

Living Right at Our Work (Sound Film Strip Kit) 

FS IG-lGl (50 luin — 1950 — Coinmercial Adaptation) 448 

RELIGIOUS TEACHING 

As Deep As the Heart 

TF 16-1693 (40 niin— 1951— Film Reference) _ 391 

Of These My People 

MF 16-1353 (20 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 

Commercial Adaptation) 245 

Dust or Destiny 

MF 16-7686 (43 min— 1950 — Color — Commercial Adaptation) 247 

Camps of the Dead 

MF 16-1354 (20 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 245 

2.000 Years Ago 

MF 16-1349 (100 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 245 

This Charming Couple 

MF 16-7812 (19 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 247 

One God 

MF 16-7808 (39 min— 1956 — Commercial Adaptation)... 247 

No Other Gods 

MF 16-7860 (20 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 

Commercial Adaptation) 247 

Where Love Is, God Is 

MF 16-1347 (33 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 244 

The Vatican 

MF 16-8317 (40 min — 1955— Color — Commercial Adaptation) 249 

The Story of the Pope 

MF 16-7851 (60 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation). 247 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Religion 

MF 16-8602 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution) 250 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About God 

MF 16-8603 (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equip- 
ment exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion) - 251 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Man 

MF 16-8604 (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands for use l\v the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion) .- 251 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Christ 

MF 16-8005 (28 min — 1950 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and oversea commands for use by tlie Cha|)luiii 
Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution) 251 



52 



CATEGORY INDEX CH 

For Miinopulfi 
iifC i>nge No. 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Moral Life 

MF 1&-8606 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplemonta^ry 

distribution) 25 1 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Divine Worship 

MF 16-8607 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Suppleux^ntary 

distribution) 251 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Sanctirying Grace 
MF 16-8608 (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands by use of the Chaj)- 

lain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary Distribution) 261 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Actual Grace 

MF 16-8609 (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment -^ 

exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by C-hap- 

lain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution) 251, 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Religious Life /; 
MF 16-8610 (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion) __ 251 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About the Sacraments 

MF 16-8611 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution) 25 1 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About the Family 

MF 16-8612 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution) 252 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Church and State 
MF 16-8613 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 
distribution) 252 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About the Bible 

MF 16-8614 (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution) 252 

Pilgrimage to Fatima 

MF 16-8429 (27 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation) 249 

Unto Thyself Be True 

MF 16-7859 (24 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 

Commercial Adaptation) 247 

The Prior Claim 

MF 16-8206 (43 min— 1954— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 249 

On The Right Side 

MF 16-7861 (20 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 

Commercial Adaptation) 247 

Speak No Evil 

MF 16-7862 (27 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 

Commercial Adaptation) 248 

The First Step 

MF 16-7863 (30 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 

Commercial Adaptation)^ 248 

Perpetual Sacrifice 

MF 16-1357 (77 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 245 

53 



CH CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopalt 
tee page So. 

St. Francis or Assisi 

MF 16-1358 (83 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — 
Commercial Adaptation) 245 

Younger Brother — Story of Japan 

MF 16-8921 (28 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 

Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS) 256 

Baragoi — An Outpost of Faith 

MF 16-8922 (13 min— 1958— Color— Commercial Adaptation— No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) 25G 

Kapaun Retreat House 

MF 16-8707 (16 min— 1957). 253 

In the Face of Jeopardy 

MF 16-8786 (28 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 253 

Government is Your Business 

MF 16-8700 (27 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation)... 253 

Heritage 

MF 16-8671 (9 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 252 

God of Creation 

MF 16-7542 (41 min — 1949 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Supple- 
mentary distribution) . 245 

Creation, According to Genesis 

MF 16-7679 (10 min— Color— 1950— Commercial Adaptation— Supple- 
mentary distribution to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in 
CONUS and overseas for loan to the Chaplain Corps) 246 

Film Chronicles from the Book of Psalms — Reverence 

MF 16-8794 (10 min— 1957— Color— Commercial Adaptation— Distribu- 
tion to Central and Post Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS 
and overseas) 253 

Time and Eternity 

MF 16-8632 (43 min— 1956— Color— Commercial Adaptation— Supple- 
mentary distribution) 252 

God of the Atom 

MF 1 6-7543 (39 min— 1949— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 245 

Voice of the Deep 

MF 16-7544 (30 min— 1949— Color— Commercial Adaptation— Supple- 
mentary distribution) __ 246 

Daniel in the Lion's Den 

MF 10-7558 (17 min— 1949— Commercial Adaptation) 246 

A Stranger at the Door 

MF 16-7683 (21 min— 1950— Commercial Adaptation) 246 

Jerusalem, The Holy City 

MF 16-8701 (10 min— 1956— Color— Commercial Adaptation).. 253 

Brotherhood of Man 

MF 10-7680 (11 min— 1950— Color— ComniiTcial Aiiuptution) 246 

Hidden Treasures 

MF H;-Si!)2 (43 niiii— 1954— Color— Coninicrc-ial Adaptation) 248 

Templed Hills 

MK 16-7684 (25 min— 1950 — Color— Commercial Adaptation) 240 

54 



CATEGORY INDEX 



CH 



For Mj/nopMis 
Hce page No. 

The Guest 

MF 1G-79G3 (32 min — 1953 — Commercial Adaptation — Initial distribution 
limited — Supplementary distribution, 1957, to central and post film and 
equipment exchanges iu CON US and OS) 248 

Hill Number One 



al Adaptation 

of Jesus 

al Adaptation 

al Adaptation 

al Adaptation 

al Adaptation 

al Adaptation 

al Adaptation 

al Adaptation' 

al Adaptation 

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al Adaptation 

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til Adaptation 

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248 



MF 10-8014 (45 min— 1952— Commerci 

Holy Night — The Beginning of the Life 

MF 16-8190 (31 mill— 1956— Commerci 

Birth of John the Baptist 

MF 16-8884 (20 min— 1958— Commerci 

Birth of the Savior 

MF 16-8840 (15 miu— 1957— Commerci 

Escape to Egypt 

MF 16-8661 (30 miu— 1956— Commerci 

Childhood of Jesus 

MF 16-8885 (15 miu— 1958— Commerci 

Boyhood and Baptism 

MF 16-8676 (30 miu— 1956— Commerci 

The Calling of Matthew 

MF 16-7682 (28 miu— 1950— Commerci 

First Disciples 

MF 16-8887 (15 miu— 1958— Commerci 

Jesus and the Fishermen 

MF 16-8889 (15 miu— 1958— Commerci 

DIscipleship 

MF 16-8686 (29 min— 1956— Commerci 

Ministry of John the Baptist 

MF 16-8886 (20 miu— 1958— Commerci 

Men of the Wilderness 

MF 16-8677 (30 min— 1956— Commerci 

Fate of John the Baptist 

MF 16-8805 (28 min— 1957— Commerci 

Jesus at Nazareth and Capernaum 

MF 16-8888 (15 min— 1958— Commerci 

". . . And Forbid Them Not" 

MF 16-7557 (11 min— 1949— Commerci 

Thy Sins are Forgiven 

MF 16-8890 (15 miu— 1958— Commerci 

Jesus, Lord of the Sabbath 

MF 16-8891 (15 min— 1958— Commerci 

Return to Nazareth 

MF 16-8691 (29 rain— 1956— Commerci 

The Challenge of Faith 

MF 16-8685 (29 miu— 1956— Commerci 

Nicodemus 

MF 16-8920 (18 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation— Distribution to 
Army Film and F^quipmeut Exchanges in CONUSandOS — No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) 256 



248 



254 



254 



252 



254 



252 



246 



254 



254 



252 



254 



252 



253 



254 



246 



254 



254 



252 



252 



55 



CH CATEGORY INDEX 



For »t/nop»i» 
»ee page No. 



Jesus and the Lepers 

MF 16-7962 (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — supplementary dis- 
tribution to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges — No additional 
prints available on reorder) 248 

Woman at the Well 

MF 16-8194 (15 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 248 

Jesus Teaches Forgiveness 

MF 16-8893 (15 min— 1958 — Commercial Adaptation) _ 255 

Before Abraham Was, I Am 

MF 16-8894 (20 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 255 

Jesus Heals the Man Born Blind 

MF 16-8895 (20 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 255 

In His Name 

MF 16-7809 (35 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 247 

A Great Cloud of Witnesses 

MF 16-7810 (14 min — 1951 — Commercial Adaptation) _ 247 

Conflict 

MF 16-8730 (28 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation) 253 

The Raising of Lazarus 

MF 16-7559 (13 min— 1949— Commercial Adaptation) 246 

I Am the Resurrection 

MF 16-8896 (20 min— 1958 — Commercial Adaptation) _ 255 

The Transfiguration 

MF 16-8892 (20 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation) _ 255 

Last Journey to Jerusalem 

MF 16-8945 (17 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
army film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and overseas — No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) - 256 

Retreat and Decision 

M F 16-8806 (30 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 253 

Triumph and Defeat 

MF 16-8807 (28 min — 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 253 

Thirty Pieces of Silver 

MF 16-8946 (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation— Distribution to 
army film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and overseas — No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) 256 

Jesus Before the High Priest 

MF 16-8917 (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) 255 

Upper Room, The 

MF 16-8947 (14 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
army film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and overseas — No addi- 
tional prints availaijle on reorder) 256 

Trial Before Pilate 

MF 16-8918 (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
Army Film and Ecjuipniejit Exchanges in CONUS and OS — No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) 255 

56 



CATEGORY INDEX CH 

For nynopxiH 
arc pagr \o. 

Barabbas the Robber 

MF lG-7687 (38 miia— 1950— Commercial Adaptation). 247 

The Crucifixion '"'' ''*"' 

MF 16-8919 (18 min — 1958— Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — No addi- 
tional prints available on reorder) _ 255 

The First Easter 

MF 16-1346 (22 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation)... 244 

Crucifixion and Resurrection 

MF 16-8808 (28 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 253 

Lord's Ascension, The 

MF 16-7961 (28 min — 1958 — Conmiercial Adaptation — Supplementiu y 
distribution to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and 
OS — No additional prints available on reorder) _ 248 

Lord is Risen, The 

MF 16-8195 (15 min — 1957 — Conmiercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution to Army Film and Equipment Exchangefj). 248 

The Eternal Gift 

MF 16-1355 (86 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation).. 245 

Stephen, The First Christian Martyr 

MF 16-7681 (25 min— 1955— Distribution to Central Fibn and Equij)- 
ment Exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by 
the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distri- 
bution) _ 246 

Conversion of Saul, The 

MF 16-8490 (30 min— 1955— Distribution to Central Film Libraries and 
Exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands fer use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion) _ 249 

Life of St. Paul 

MF 16-1348 (110 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 24o 

Years of Apprenticeship 

MF 16-8491 (30 min— 195&— Distribution to Central Film Libraries and 
Exchanges in CONL^S and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion) __ _ 249 

Visit to Corinth 

MF 16-8497 (30 min — 1955 — Distribution hmited to central film libraries 
and exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by the •» 

Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation) 249 

Second Missionary Journey 

MF 16-8496 (30 min — 1955 — Commercial Adaptation — Initial distribution 
to central film libraries and exchanges in CONUS and major oversea com- 
mands for use by the Chaplain Corps — Supplementary distribution to 
Army central and Post film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
overseas) __ 210 

Third Missionary Journey 

MF 16-8498 (30 min— 1955— Distribution limited to central film libraries 
and exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation) 219 

57 



CH CATEGORY INDEX 



For tynopitU 
Bee page So. 



Voyage to Rome 

MF 16-8500 (30 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central film libraries 
and exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation). 250 

Return to Jerusalem 

MF 16-8492 (30 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film libraries and 
exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplam Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution). 249 

Trial at Jerusalem 

MF 16-8499 (30 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central film libraries 
and exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation) 249 

CHAPLAIN ACTIVITIES 

Chaplain USA 

MF 20-8419 (19 min— 1955— Color) 264 

The Chaplain Story 

TF 16-1943 (15 min— 1954— Film Reference).. 392 

The Military Funeral 

TF 16-1753 (48 min— 1952— FUm Reference) 392 

As Deep as the Heart 

TF 16-1693 (40 min— 1951— Film Reference) 391 

From Whence Cometh My Help » --411 

TF 16-1556 (30 min— 1949) 391 

18. CHEMICAL (Defensive; Oflfensive and Weapons) 

DEFENSIVE 

The Employment of Toxic Chemical Agents 

TF 3-2196 (26 min— 1955— Film Ileferencc) 327 

Construction of Gasproof Shelters in the Field 

TF 3-1164 (21 min— 1943— Film Reference) 326 

Decontamination Procedure — Part I: Basic Techniques 

TF 3-1407 (16 mill— 1945— Film Reference) 326 

Mixing and Evaluation of Flame Fuels 

TF 3-2245 (22 min— 1950— Color— Film Reference) 327 

Technique of Using Smoke 

TF 3-1490 (19 min— 1949) 326 

Chemical Smoke Generator Company 

TF 3-1719 (19 min— 1952) 326 

The Chemical Decontamination Company 

TF 3-1755 (16 min— 1954— Film Reference) 326 

Radiological Surveys 

TF 3-2431 (25 min— 1957— Film Reference). -- 327 

Individual and Unit Decontamination of Toxic Chemical Agents 

TF 3-1800 (20 mill -1958) 327 

Individual Protection against CUR Attack 

TF 3-2499 (25 min— 1957— Film Reference — Rciilacea TF 3-1706, which is 

obsolete) - , 327 

58 



CATEGORY INDEX CIV 

For Hi/nopMiH 
ace pugv So. 

Nerve Gases — Part I — Field Recognition and Self-Aid Procedures 

TF 3-2593 (27 min— 1958— Film lU-fcrciioe) 327 

Nerve Gases — Part II — Use of Injection Instruments 

TF 3-2594 (17 min— 1958— Film Reference) ___ 327 

IdentiGcation of Chemical Munitions 

FS 3-32 (1945— Color) 429 

Antipersonnel Biological Warfare (D) (U.S. Army Chemical Corps Tech- 
nical Film Report No. 52) 
MF 3-8937 (30 min— 1958— Color— Film is classified SECRET) i_ 228 

OFFENSIVE AND WEAPONS ^^^ "' 

Chemical Smoke Generator Company 

TF 3-1719 (19 min— 1952) _ 32G 

The Employment of Toxic Chemical Agents 

TF 3-2196 (26 min— 1955— Film Reference) _ 327 

Technique of Using Smoke ,;i ...lli^ i.^k.j 

TF 3-1496 (19 min— 1949) _ _._ 32G 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Portable Flamethrower 

FB 7-277 (3 min— 1954— Color— Film Reference) 216 

Mustard Spray Tests With Multiple Planes (U) 

FB 163 (23 min — 1944 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must 

be authorized by CCMLO— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 214 

Hour Glass (U) 

MF 3-7867 (16 min — 1951 — Limited distribution — Further distribution 
must be authorized by CCMLO— Film is classified SECRET). 

Purple (U) 

MF 3-7904 (16 min— 1952— Color— Limited distribution— Further dis- 
tribution must be authorized by OC Chemical OflSce, DA — Film is classi- 
fied SECRET). 

GB (U) 

MF 3-7905 (13 miu— 1952— Limited distribution— Further distribution 
must be authorized by CCMLO— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Silver— Part I (U) 

MF 3-7906 (1951 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must be 
authorized by CCMLO— Film is classified SECRET). 

Silver— Part II (U) 

MF 3-7907 (1951 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must be 
authorized by CCMLO— Film is classified SECRET). 

19. CIVILIAN (Civilian Affairs Military Government; Civilian 
Mobilization; Civilian Components; Civilian — All Others) 

CIVILIAN AFFAIRS MILITARY GOVERNMENT 

For nynopKis 
see page .Vo. 

Military Government in an Enemy City — Part II — Public Safety 

TF 41-2590 (17 min— 1958— Film Reference) 413 

Military Government in an Enemy City — Part III — Public Health 

TF 41-2591 (16 min— 1958— Filin Reference) 413 

Military Government in an Enemy City — Part IV — Civilian Evacuation 

TF 41-2592 (25 min— 1958— Film Reference) 413 

59 



CIV CATEGORY INDEX 

For «vtiop«{4 
tet page No, 

CIVILIAN MOBILIZATION 

Take 6 

MF 45-8G94 (11 min— 1956). _ 282 

Man with Mission 

MF 140-7800 (17 min— 1950 — Commercial Adaptation) 298 

Men 17 to ISVi — Your Future and the New Reserve Law 

MF 45-8589 (12 min— 1955— Distribution to CONUS only) 282 

The Whites of Their Eyes 

MF 20-8591 (2G min— 1956) -. 264 

The Army ROTO, Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow 

MF 45-7912 (24 min— 1952 — Color— Distribution limited to ZI, Hawaii, 

Alaska, and Puerto Rico) _ 280 

Army ROTC (Recruiting) 

MF 145-7743 (18 min— 1951) 298 

Field Training for ROTC 

MF 45-8575 (48 min— 1956— Color— Film Reference) 282 

The Do It Yourself Peace 

MF 45-8709 (27 min— 1956) - 283 

A Tale of 2,000 Cities 

MF 45-8710 (25 min— 1956) 283 

Fire Power 

MF 45-8711 (25 min— 1956). 283 

The Man in Two Places 

MF 45-8712 (27 min— 1956) - 283 

One If By Land 

MF 45-8713 (27 min— 1956) 283 

Fuel Pump, Carter Electric, Characteristics and Checks, CMC MI35 

Truck 
TF 9-2534 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 375 

Counterintelligence in Combat 

TF 7-2551 (28 min — 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 11-321 previ- 
ously declared obsolete in MFIB Nr 85).. 353 

Reporting Enemy Information 

TF 7-2550 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 21-1289 which 

is obsolete) 353 

The QM Field Laundry 

MF 10-8452 (9 min— 1955). 239 

Missile Master— AN/FSG-1 Antiaircraft Defense System— Engineering 

Report No. 9627 
MF 11-8923 (13 min— 1958 — Color — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS — USA Signal Air Defense Engineering 

Agency (9584)) 243 

Nerve Gases -Part I — Field Recognition and Self-Aid Procedures 

TF 3-2593 (27 min— 1958- Fihn Reference) 327 

Nerve Gases -Part II — Use of Injection Instruments 

TF 3-2594 (17 min 195S-Fihn Hcforence) 327 

NIKE AJAX Battery -Defense Against Electronic Counter-Measures (U) 
TF 44-2545 (27 min -1958 -This film is cla.ssificd CONFIDENTIAL- 
MODIFIED HANDLING AUTHORIZED) 421 

60 



CATEGORY INDEX COLD WEATHER 

For Ml/no pM in 
are pnyc So. 

106MM Rifle M40A-1— Part VI— The Stadia Sight 

TF 7-2438 (12 luin— 1958 — Film Reference) 353 

Classification of Quartermaster Property "th.tH 

MF 10-8878 (7 min— 1958— Replaces MF 10-8450 which is obsolete)... 240 
Rabies Control in the Community 

MF 8-8932 (12 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation).. 234 

Armor Team Security 

TF 17-2587 (24 min~]958— Film Reference;) 398 

Care of Tentage 

MF ia-8451 (8 min— 1955) ..._. 239 

CIVILIAS COMPONENTS 
Design for Survival 

MF 38-7951 (23 min— 1953 Film Reference) _ 276 

Your Job in the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7803 (20 min— 1951— Film Reference) __ 242 

Welcome Home 

MF 20-122r. (20 min— 1945) 258 

Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb — Part I: Physics — Physical De- 
struction—Casualty Effects 
PMF 5058 (32 min— 1950— Color) _..--w^^-,^^.*>*^.-j. 304 

CIVILIAN—ALL OTHERS 
Is Government Telling Its Story 
MF (il-8060 (30 min — 1952— Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial 

Adaptation) . ..- _.. 296 

Working for the U.S.A. ' 

MF 61-8810 (14 min — 1957 — Civil Service Commission Film — Distributed 

to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 279 

20. COLD WEATHER (Individual Training; Testing and 
Operations) 

INDIVIDUAL TRAINING 

For tynopsit 
tee page No. 

Cold Weather Uniforms 

Vn 10-254 (25 min— 1953— Film Reference)- 220 

Avalanche 

FB 20-78 (10 min— 1943— Film Reference).- 222 

Construction of Arctic Igloo 

FB 20-220 (10 min— 1948) 222 

Summer Movements in the Arctic 

FB 20-232 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference) 222 

How to Use Cold Weather Clothing 

OF 10-21 (14 min— 1952— Color) 224 

Ski Safety 

TF 7-680 (21 min— 1942— Film Reference) 345 

Ski Safety — First Aid and Emergency Repair of Equipment 

TF 7-681 (41 min— 1942— Film Reference) 345 

61 



COLD WEATHER CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopni* 
see page No. 

Combat in Deep Snow and Extreme Cold 

TF 7-1550 (21 min— 1950) _ 347 

Basic Military Skiing — Part I — Selection and Care of Equipment 

TF 7-2395 (17 min— 1956— Film Reference) 352 

Basic Military Skiing — Part II — Skiing Techniques 

TF 7-2396 (29 min— 1956)_ 352 

Individual Fighting Techniques on Snow 

TF 7-2397 (23 min— 1956— Film Reference) _ 352 

Personal Health in Snow and Extreme Cold 

TF 8-1297 (19 min— 1944— Film Reference).. 353 

Prevention of Cold Injuries 

TF 8-2524 (20 min— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces FB &-180 and TF 

8-1690 which are obsolete) 362 

Sub-Arctic Winter Bivouacking 

TF 31-2138 (30 min— 195&— Film Reference) _ 412 

Arctic Indoctrination School — Winter 1950 

MF 20-7725 (15 min— 1950). 260 

Ski Tips 

MF 20-8781 (23 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adaptation— Distribu- 
tion limited to 1st, 5th, and 6th Army Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges, USASEUR, US ARAL, andEUSA) _ 267 

Winter Movement on Skis 

MF 31-7977 (18 min— 1953) _ 275 

Firing Positions in the Winter 

MF 31-7978 (13 min— 1953).. _. 275 

Exercise Ski Jump 

MF 31-8290 (25 min— 1954) _ __ 275 

Individual Cooking — Part III: The Arctic 

FS 10-140 (1944) 445 

TESTING AND OPERATIONS 
Arctic Rampart 

RTAF 148 (15 min- 1953) 199 

Arctic Engine Oil 

FB 9-221 (7 min— 1948— Film Reference) 218 

Antarctic Expedition (Admiral Byrd) 

ANSM 85 (19 min— 1947) _ 190 

Icecap — I 

FB 55-286 (30 min— 1954— Film Reference).. 223 

Icecap — II 

MF 55-8245 (28 min— 1954)_-. 286 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part I — Winter Roads 

TF 5-2371 (27 min— 1958— Film Reference) 339 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part II — Winter Field Fortifications 

TF 5 2372 (22 min— 1957— Film Rcfcr(>Mce) 339 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part III — Ice Mines, Ice Mine Fields, 

AT and AP Mines, and Obstacles 
TF 5-2373 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

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CATEGORY INDEX COMB 

For Ki/nopKia 
8ee page \o. 

Cold Weather Operation — Automotive Winterization Equipment 

TF 9-2549 (38 niia— 1958) 376 

Tracked Vehicles in Support in Sub-Arctic — Part I — Winter Operations 

TF 17-2192 (20 min— 195G— Film Reference) 395 

Subarctic Cross-Country Mobility — Part II — Summer Operations 

TF 31-2297 (11 min— 1956) 412 

Subarctic Inland Waterways Navigation 

TF 5.5^-2296 (24 min— 195G— Film Reference) 425 

Task Force Williwaw 

MF 5-1344 (41 min— 1947). 228 

Task Force Frigid 

MF 9-1360 (37 min— 1948). _. 236 

Exercise Musk Ox 

MF 10-1337 (58 min— 1947— From British Film C 4533). 238 

Exercise Polar Bear 

MF 11-1331 (71 min— 1947— Film Reference).... <i^uU 241 

Exercise Eskimo :> 

MF 11-1332 (01 min— 1947) .JJlL.-i-:' 241 

Exercise Yukon 

MF 20-7513 (30 min— 1949) 259 

Exercise Sweetbriar 

MF 31-7724 (29 min— 1950) 275 

Exercise Ski Jump 

MF 31-8290 (25 min— 1954) ^w 275 

Operation Blue Jay 

MF 45-7947 (25 min— 1953) 281 

Transportation Corps Operations — SUNAC 

MF 55-7952 (27 min— 1953) 284 

Tractor Sled Operations (Icecap — II) 

MF 55-8243 (10 min— 1955— Color) 286 

Winterization Kits for Automotive Vehicles— Part XII 

FS 9-281 (1945) 443 

21. COMBAT DOCUMENTARY (Pacific Theater WW II; 
European Theater WW 11; Mediterranean and Other 
Theaters WW II; Korean Conflict) 

PACIFIC THEATER WW II 

For Kijnopxis 
ace page No. 

The Fleet that Came to Stay (The Navy at Okinawa) 

ANSM 62 (19 min— 1945— From Navy Film MN 5802) 196 

Surrender in the Pacific (Signing of Surrender Terms Aboard the U.S.S. 

Missouri) 

ANSM 68 (19 min— 1945) 106 

Tales of Two Cities (Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) 

ANSM 74 (14 min— 1946) 196 

Day of Victory (V-J Day and Events Leading to Conclusion of WW II) 

ANSM 78 (17 min— 1946) 196 

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COMB CATEGORY INDEX 

For «|/nop«{« 
tee page No. 

Attack in the Pacific 

AFIF 3 (50 niin— 1950) .- 186 

Appointment in Tokyo 

CR 4 (56 rain— 1945) - 207 

The Gilbert Islands 

HR A-l (11 mill— 1949) 226 

Bougainville 

HR A-5 (9 min— 1948) 226 

The Admiralty Islands 

HR A-8 (16 min— 1949) 226 

The Marianas — Part I: Saipan 

HR A-10 (22 min— 1949) - — - 226 

The Marianas — Part II: Guam 

HR A-lOA (13 min— 1949) 227 

The Battle of Leyte 

HR A-11 (26 min— 1951) 227 

Engineers in Combat — World War II 

MF 5-8854 (24 min— 1957— Replaces KB 5-119 which is obsolete) 230 

Sixth Infantry Division 

MF 7-1297 (20 min— 1948) 230 

Air Operation, Lae and Salamaua 

MF 8-1044 (32 min — 1944 — Requires special authorization for distribu- 
tion—From Air Force Film AFC 410) 231 

Price of Rendova 

MF 40-926 (11 min— 1944— Film Reference) 277 

Battle of Midway 

MF 40-1009 (20 min— 1943— Color) 277 

Attack— The Battle for New Britain 

MF 40-1041 (47 min— 1944) 277 

Action at Anguar 

MF 40-1128 (27 min— 1945).- 278 

Fury in the Pacific 

MF 40-1212 (20 min— 1945— From Navy Film MN 9045) 278 

C. O. D. Saipan 

MF 54-1114 (23 min— 1945) 284 

The Victory Division — 24th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7722 (19 min— 1950) 297 

The Sunset Division — 41st Infantry Division 

MF 130-7730 (13 min— 1951) 298 

The Battle of Buna 

FB 20-00 (9 min— 1943— Film Reference) 222 

EUROPEAN THEATER WW 11 

Invasion of Normandy (Message from Lt Gen Joseph T McNarney) 

ANSM 32 (19 min— 1014) 100 

Seeds of Destiny (Famine in Europe) 

ANSM 75 (20 min— 1946) -- 190 

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CATEGORY INDEX COMB 

For synopnia 
see page No. 

Western Battle Front, May- June 1940 

FB 20-56 (40 min— 1943— Film Reference) __ _. 222 

D-Day Convoy 

HR B-15 (19 mill— 1948) 227 

American Ninth Army — Aachen to the Roer River 

HR B-29 (31 min— 1948) _ 227 

American First Army — Aachen to the Roer River 

IIR B-30 (29 min— 1948) 227 

Engineers in Combat — World War II 

MF 5-8854 (24 min— 1957— Replaces FB 5-119 which is obsolete) — . 230 

Tank Mission — World War II 

MF 17-1280 (10 min— 1946) 256 

Sky Blitz 

MF 31-912 (25 min— 1944— Film Reference) 275 

The Eve of Battle 

MF 40-1043 (20 min— 1944— From British Film BC-7559) 278 

True Glory 

MF 40-1211 (83 min— 1945) 278 

Air Siege 

MF 40-1336 (21 min— 1947— From Air Force Film SFP 175) ___ 278 

The Famous Third Army 

MF 45-7705 (22 min— 1950) 280 

The 83rd Infantry Division in Europe 

MF 45-7814 (20 min— 1951) 280 

Work Horse of the Western Front — The 30th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7585 (18 min— 1950) 297 

MEDITERRANEAN AND OTHER THEATERS WW 11 

Liberation of Rome 

OR 1 (21 min— 1944— From British Army Film BC 7198) 207 

Stilwell Road 

OR 3 (52 min— 1945) - 207 

San Pietro 

CR 2 (32 min— 1945) 207 

Invasion of Crete by the German Army 

FB 20-16 (11 min— 1942— Film Reference). 221 

Campaign in Sicily 

HR C-1 (20 min— 1948). _ 227 

Sicily to Naples 

HR C-2 (13 min— 1948) - 227 

Naples to Cassino 

HR C-3 (20 min— 1948) 227 

Invasion of Southern France 

HR C-8 (22 min— 1950) 227 

Military Pipeline System (CBI Theater) 

HR E-7 (23 min— 1948) - 227 

At the Front in North Africa 

MF 11-1001 (79 min— 1943— Film Reference) 240 

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COMB CATEGORY INDEX 

For nynopiit 
see page So. 

Report from the Aleutians 

MF 11-1006 (40 mill— 1943— Color) 240 

Hells on Wheels (2d Armored Division) 

MF 17-7864 (17 min— 1951) - - 257 

Desert Victory 

MF 40-1002 (63 mini — 944 — Film Reference — Withdrawn from oversea 

commands— From British Film BC 7525) 277 

The Red Bull Attacks — 34th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7555 (21 min— 1950) 297 

KOREAN CONFLICT 

Why Korea 

AFIF 17 (30 min — 1951— Printing discontinued) 187 

Nylon Body Armor Test in Korea 

FB 10-255 (14 min— 1953) 220 

Oriental Prisoners of War 

FB 19-239 (23 min— 1951— Film Reference) 221 

Reducing Enemy Log Bunkers in Korea 

FB 20-249 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 222 

Operation Inchon 

MF 11-7883 (18 min— 1952) 242 

Civil Assistance in Korea 

MF 19-8274 (30 min— 1954) 257 

KMAG and the ROK Soldier 

MF 20-7949 (27 min— 1954) _ 261 

United Nations Campaign in Northeast Korea 

MF 40-7884 (25 min— 1952) 278 

The First Forty Days 

MF 45-7761 (26 min— 1950) 280 

COMBAT BULLETINS 

For a numerical list of combat bulletins, see page 207. 
STAFF FILM REPORTS 

For a numerical list of staff film reports, see page 314. 

22. ENGINEERS (Map Reading: Camouflage and Conceal- 
ment; Explosives, Mines and Demolitions; Construction — 
Equipment and Tools; Construction Roads and Runways; 
Construction— Bridges; Fire Fighting; All Others) 

For «i/nopj«i« 
see piige So. 



MAP READING 



Basic Map Reading — Part I: Topographic Symbols 

TF 5-1788 (18 min— 1953— Film Reference) 334 

Basic Map Reading — Part II: Elevation, Distance, and Grid 

TF 5-17S9 (27 min— 1953— Film Reference) 334 



CATEGORY INDEX ENGRS 

For synopsia 
see page No. 

Basic Map Reading — Part III: Direction, Orientation, and Location with 
Compass 

TF 5-1791 (33 rain— 1953— Film Reference) 334 

Basic Map Reading — Part IV: Direction, Orientation, and Location With- 
out Compass 

TF 5-1790 (21 min— 1953— Film Reference).. 334 

Basic Map Reading — Part V: Photos and Photomaps 

TF 5-1792 (23 min— 1953— Film Reference) _ 334 

Multiplex Mapping — Part I 

TF 5-1549 (26 min— 1949— Color) 333 

Multiplex Mapping — Part II 

TF 5-1546 (40 min— 1949— Color) 333 

Maps for the Army 

MF 5-8275 (38 min— 1954— Color) 230 

Sextant Adjustment 

TF 55-2365 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) 426 

Map Reading, Basic: Azimuth 

TF 5-2406 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Map Reading, Basic: Contour Lines and Intervals 

TF 5-2409 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) _ 339 

Map Reading, Basic: Direction 

TF 5-2410 (4 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Map Reading, Basic: Elevation 

TF 5-2411 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Map Reading, Basic: Intersection 

TF 5-2412 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 340 

Map Reading, Basic: Location 

TF 5-2413 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference). 340 

Map Reading, Basic: Resection 

TF 5-2415 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 340 

Map Reading, Basic: Scale and Distance 

TF 5-2416 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 340 

Map Reading, Basic: Using the Protractor 

TF 5-2417 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 340 

Map Reading, Basic: Azimuth Conversion 

TF 5-2407 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference).. _-_ 339 

Map Reading, Basic: Percent of Slope 

TF 5-2414 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 340 

Map Reading, Basic: Characteristics of Contour Lines 

TF 5-2408 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

CAMOUFLAGE AND CONCEALMENT 

Camouflage For All Arms 

TF 5-961 (47 min— 1943— Film Reference— From British Film EC 139) ... 331 

Camouflage Principles 

TF 21-2097 (25 min— 1945— Color) 405 



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For tynop^i* 
net page \o. 



Camouflage — Movement of Individuals and Small Units 

TF 21-1370 (13 min — 1944 — Film References — From British Army Film 

BC-476) 404 

Camouflage for Scouting and Patrolling 

TF 21-2197 (33 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 40G 

Individual Concealment 

TF 21-209S (30 min— 1945— Color). --- 405 

Concealment of Bivouac 

TF 21-2100 (24 min— 1945 — Color)... 405 

Concealment of Vehicles 

TF 21-2099 (28 min— 1945— Color) 405 

Camouflage in Combat 

FB 5-148 (12 min— 1944— Film Reference) 215 

Camouflage Dummies and Decoys 

FB 5-85 (14 min— 1944— Color) 214 

Individual Camouflage and Concealment 

FS 5-67 (194&— Color) 432 

Technique of Using Smoke 

TF 3-1496 (19 min— 1949) 326 

Dangerous Journey 

TF 7-1539 (4G min — 1949 — Film Reference — From British Army Film 

BC 1009) 347 

Use of Field Decoy Installations 

FS 5-107 (12 min— 1952— Sound— Film Reference) 433 

Emplacements, Intrenchments, and Shelters — Part I — Introduction 

TF 5-2334 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

EXPLOSIVES, MINES, AND DEMOLITIONS 

(See ORDNANCE: Ammunition supply and handling) 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 1948— Film Reference) 367 

Land Mines and Fuzes, General (GTA 5-19) 

FS 5-136 (1955) - - 434 

Explosives and Demolitions — Bangalore Torpedo 

TF 5-1377 (9 min— 1944— Film Reference).. --- 333 

Enemy Booby Traps 

TF 5-954 (27 min— 1943— Film Reference).. 331 

Beware — Butterfly Bomb 

TF 9-1318 (29 min— 1944— Film Reference— From Navy Film RC 602).. 365 

Before the Blast 

MF 20-8772 (12 min — 1957— Coler — Commercial Adaptation) 266 

Detector Set, Metallic Mines, Polly Smith 

TF 5-1770 (28min— 1953— Film Reference) 333 

Metallic Detector, AN/PRS-3, Internal Tuning, Field Expedient Method 

TF 11-2281 (4 min— 1956) - 387 

Hand-placed Charges against Beach and Underwater Obstacles 

FB r>-133 (19 min— 1944). - -14 



CATEGORY INDEX ENGRS 

For avnopsia 
ace page No. 

Safety Precautions in Handling Explosives and Demolitions 

FS 5-69 (1945) 432 

US Antipersonnel Mine M 14 

*FS 5-118 (10 min— 1954— Sound— Color) _. 433 

Soviet Land Mines, Fuzes and Booby Traps (GTA 5-25) 

FS 5-137 (1955) 434 

Soviet TMD-B Wooden Box Mine 

SFS *5-121 (6 min— 1957— Color— Sound) 433 

Soviet TM-41 Antitank Mine 

SFS 5-120 (6 min— 1957— Color— Sound) 433 

Russian Mines and Igniters — Individual Mechanisms and Disarming 
Procedure 

FS 5-134 (1954— From British Army Film Strip 7036) 434 

Demolitions — Calculations and Placement of Charges 

SFS 5-135 (18 min— 1957— Sound) 434 

Demolitions — Clearing Stumps and Boulders 

TF 5-2361 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Demolitions — Detonating Cord Priming 

TF 5-2445 (9 min— 1958— Color— Film Reference) 340 

Demolitions — Electric Priming 

TF 5-2450 (6 min— 1958— Film Reference).. 340 

Demolitions — Non-electric Priming 

TF 5-2451 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) 340 

Demolitions — Placing Charges on Steel 

TF 5-2362 (5 min— 1957— Film Ref erence) . . _ 339 

Demolitions — Placing Charges on Wood 

TF 5-2363 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Demolition — Placing, Spacing, and Tamping Breaching Charges 

TF 5-2452 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

U.S. Heavy Antitank Mine M15 

SFS 5-119 (10 min— 1958— Sound) 433 

M-19 Antitank Non-metallic Mine 

SFS 5-139 (10 min— 1958— Sound) 434 

Explosives in Combat 

TF 5-2449 (10 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces FB 5-198 which 

is obsolete) 340 

Explosives and Demolitions — Part I — Demolition of a Reinforced Con- 
crete "T" Beam Bridge 

TF 5-2217 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference) 337 

Land Mine Warfare, Pull-release Firing Device, M-3 

TF 5-2453 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) -- 341 

Land Mine Warfare — Part I — Introduction 

TF 20-1979 (24 min— 1956— Film Reference) 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part II — Siting and Marking 

TF 20-1980 (11 min— 1955— FUm Reference) 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part III — Laying the Minefield 

TF 20-1981 (22 min— 1955— Film Reference) 403 



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ENGRS CATEGORY INDEX 

For gynopgit 
aee page Ko. 

Land Mine Warfare — Part IV — Recording and Reporting 

TF 20-19S2 (13 mill— 1955— Film Reference) .. 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part V — Arming, Disarming, and Camouflaging 

TF 20-1983 (24 min— 1955 — Film Reference) 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part VI — Boobytrapping Mines 

TF 20-1984 (26 min — 1955 — Film Reference) 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part VII — Protective Minefields 

TF 20-1985 (11 min— 1955— Film Reference) 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part VIII — Nuisance Mining 

TF 20-198G (15 min- 195.5— Film Reference) 403 

Land Mine Warfare — Part IX — Assault Breaching 

TF 20-1987 (19 min— 1955— Film Reference).. 404 

Land Mine Warfare — Part X — Area Clearing 

TF 20-1988 (12 min— 1955— Film Reference) 404 

Land Mine Warfare — Part XI — Behavior in a Minefield 

TF 20-1989 (10 min— 1955— Film Reference) 404 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part I — Winter Roads 

TF 5-2371 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference) 339 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part II — Winter Field Fortifications 

TF 5-2372 (22 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part III — Ice Mines, Ice Mine Fields, 

AT and AP Mines, and Obstacles 

TF 5^-2373 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Interim Report of Passage of Beach and Underwater Obstacles (U) 

FB 5-194 (28 min — 1945 — Limited distribution — Further distribution 

must be authorized by COFENGRS— Film is classified SECRET) 215 

CONSTRUCTION— EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS 

Carpentry — Part I: Measuring, Marking, and Leveling 

TF 5-1152 (12 min— 1943— Film Reference).. 332 

Carpentry — Part II: Driving and Chopping 

TF 5-1153 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) _ 332 

Carpentry — Part III: Sawing and Boring 

TF 5-1154 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference).. 332 

Carpentry — Part IV: Planing and Chiseling 

TF 5-1155 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference). 332 

Pioneer Equipment — Woodcutting Tools 

TF 5-200 (10 mill— 1941— Film Reference)... 330 

Pioneer Equipment — Manila Rope 

TF 5-201 (7 Jiiin— 1941— Film Reference) 331 

Pioneer Equipment — Hitches 

TF 5 202 (8 min— 1941— Film Reference) 331 

Pioneer Equipment — Knots and Bends 

TF 5-203 (15 min— 1941— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part V: Pneumatic Wood Borer 

TF 5-698 (9 min— 1943— Film Reference). 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VI: The Pneumatic Circular Saw 

TF 5-955 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference). 331 

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CATEGORY INDEX ENGRS 

For HynnpHxH 
Hce page No. 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VII: The Pneumatic Cltain Saw 

TF 5-956 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VIII: The Pneumatic Nail Driver 

TF 5-699 (17 min— 1943— Film Reference).. 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — The Pneumatic Clay Digger 

TF 5-697 (14min— 1943— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — The Pneumatic Rock Drill M75 

TF 5-571 (19 min— 1942— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor 210 CFM 

SFS 5-147 (13 min— 1958— Sound— Replaces FS 5-17 previously declared 

obsolete in MFIB Nr 99). 434 

Pneumatic Paving Breaker 

TF 5-322 (24 min— 1942— Film Reference) 331 

Engineer Power Shovel and Attachments 

FB 5-129 (21 min— 1944— Film Reference)... 214 

Engineer Road Graders 

TF 5-1408 (19 min— 1945— Film Reference) 333 

The Tournapull 

FB 5-101 (15 min— 1944— Film Reference) 214 

The Engineer Dozers — LeTourneau 

FB 5-102 (26 min— 1944— Film Reference) 214 

Model 44-C Ditcher (Barber-Greene) 

MF 5-8009 (18 min— 1952— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 229 

Model 879A Finisher 

TF 5-1785 (15 min — 1952 — Color — Distribution limited to Engineer Units 

in ZI — Commercial Adaptation) 334 

Asphalt Mixing Plant Set (Barber-Greene Model 848) 

TF 5-1784 (38 min— 1952— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 334 

The Gamblers (Safe Tractor Operation) 

MF 20-8282 (21 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 263 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part I — Adjusting the LeTourneau 
Power Control Unit 

TF 5-1774 (11 min— 1953). ' 334 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part II — Steering Clutch and 
Brake 

TF 5-1826 (11 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part III — Flywheel Clutch and 
Starting Engine Clutch 

TF 5-1828 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part IV — Fan Belt and Water 
Pump 

TF 5-1829 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part V — Tracks 

TF 5-1830 (7 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part VI — Caterpillar Cable Control 
Unit 

TF 5-1827 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

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•re page 



paatSo. 



Shop Safety 

TF &-2085 (28 min— 1945— Film Reference) 371 

Rigging — Part I: Rope and Lashings 

FS 5-22 (1943) 432 

Rigging — Part II: Knots 

FS 5-20 (1944) 432 

Rigging — Part III: Practical Installations 

FS 5-18 (1944) 432 

Grader, Caterpillar, Diesel — Part I: Operating Instructions 

FS 5-80 (1946) 433 

Grader, Caterpillar, Diesel — Part II: Operator's Preventive Maintenance 

FS 5-81 (1946) 433 

The Engineer Tractor Crane (M20-LeTourneau) 

FS 5-49 (1944) 432 

The Carry-all Scraper 

FS 5-50 (1944) 432 

Model D-7 Tractor — Operator's Preventive Maintenance 

FS 5-64 (1945) 432 

D-7 Tractor — Flywheel Clutch Maintenance 

FS 5-65 (1945) 432 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Adjustment of the Main Flywheel 

Clutch 

TF 5-2353 (4 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Before Operation Services 

TF 5-2354 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Starting and Stopping Procedures 

TF 5-2355 (4 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Tractor, Caterpillar D-8 — Before Operation Services 

TF 5-2356 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference)., 338 

Tractor, Caterpillar D-8 — Starting and Stopping Procedures 

TF 5-2357 (3 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching the Backhoe 

TF 5-2459 (7 mm— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

Crane-ShoveJ Unit, Attaching Clamshell and Dragline Buckets 

TF 5-2460 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching the Crane Front End 

TF 5-2461 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Bucyrus Erie, Crawler Mounted, Adjustment of Main 

Operating Clutches and Brakes 

TF 5-2351 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Detaching the Shovel Front 

TF 5-2457 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) 341 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching the Piledriver 

TF 5-2458 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) ..- 341 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Adjustment of the Bevel Gear 

and Pinion 
TF 5-2352 (7 min — 1957— F'ilm Reference) 338 



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CATEGORY INDEX ENGRS 

For synopsis 
see pnge No. 

CONSTRUCTION— ROADS AND RUNWAYS 

Arctic Rampart 

RTAF 148 (15 min— 1953) 199 

Operation Blue Jay 

MF 45-7947 (25 min— 1953) 281 

Construction of General Cargo Aerial Tramway (Ship-to-Shore) 

TF 5-2294 (37 min— 1956) 337 

United States Army Engineers in Operation Sandstone 

MF 20-7672 (20 min— 1950— From Armed Forces Special Project 19-10) . . 259 

Asphalt Mixing Plant Set (Barber-Greene Model 848) 

TF 5-1784 (38 min— 1952— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Commer- 
cial Adaptation) 334 

Model 879A Finisher 

TF 5-1785 (15 min — 1952 — Color — Distribution limited to Engineer Units 

in ZI — Commercial Adaptation) 334 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part I — Adjusting the LeTourneau 

Power Control Unit 

TF 5-1774 (11 min— 1953) 334 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part II — Steering Clutch and Brake 

TF 5-1826 (11 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part III — Flywheel Clutch and 

Starting Engine Clutch 

TF 5-1828 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustment D-7 Tractor — Part IV — Fan Belt and Water Pump 

TF 5-1829 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part V — Tracks 

TF 5-1830 (7 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part VI — Caterpiller Cable Control 

Unit 

TF 5-1827 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) . 335 

Road Maintenance and Construction in Italy 

FB 5-137 (10 min— 1944— Film Reference) 215 

Road Construction and Maintenance in CBI 

FB 5-182 (18 min— 1945— Film Reference) 215 

Road and Runway Construction — Southwest Pacific 

FB 5-111 (18 min— 1944— Film Reference) 214 

Highway to Alaska 

FB 20-37 (9 min— 1942— Film Reference) 221 

Alaska Highway 

MF 5-959 (36 min— 1944— Color) 228 

Military Roads — Part I: Roads Expedients 

TF 5-1193 (21 min— 1943— Film Reference).. 332 

Military Roads — Part 11: Drainage 

TF 5-1194 (12 min— 1943— Film Reference) 332 

Military Roads — Part V: Subgrade Preparation 

TF 5-1 197 (9 min— 1943— Film Reference) 332 

Military Roads — Part VI: Gravel and Rock Surfaces 

TF 5-1198 (8 min— 1943— Film Reference) 332 

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For nynopaiM 
nee pngt So. 

Military Roads and Runways — Part I: Clearing, Grubbing, and Rock Work 

TF 5-1169 (14 mill— 1943— Film Reference) 332 

Military Roads and Runways — Part II: Bases and Untreated Surfaces 

TF 5-1190 (10 min— 1943— Film Reference). 332 

Military Roads and Runways — Part IV: Soils, Cement Surfaces 

TF 5-1192 (12 min— 1943— Film Reference) 332 

Airfield Construction and Repair in the CBI 

FB 5-196 (15 min— 1945— Film Reference). 215 

Field Airdromes 

FB .5-207 (12 min— 1945— Fikn Reference) 215 

Culvert Construction 

FS 5-97 (1950) 433 

Road Reconnaissance 

FS 5-55 (1944) 432 

Maintenance of Bituminous Surfaces 

FS *5-91 (1947— Sound) 433 

Concrete Construction 

FS *5-94 (1947— Sound). 433 

Soil Identification and Testing, Part II — Laboratory Testing 

FS *5-117 (24 min— 1956— Sound) 433 

CONSTRUCTION— BRIDGES 

Bridge-Panel Bailey Type M-2 — Part I — Site Preparation and Layout 

TF 5-1996 (17 min— 1955— Film Reference) 336 

Bridge-Panel Bailey Type M-2 — Part II — Basic Construction 

TF 5-1997 (37 min— 1955— Film Reference) 336 

Bridge-Panel Bailey Type M-2— Part III— Multi-Story Construction 

TF 5-1998 (25 min— 1955— Film Reference) 336 

The Bailey Bridge in Combat 

FB 5-185 (13 min— 1945— Film Reference) 215 

The Floating Bridge M4 — Part II: Assembly of the Bridge 

TF 5-1441 (22 min— 1945— Film Reference)... 333 

The Floating Bridge M4— Part III: Rafts 

TF 5-1442 (10 min— 1945— Film Reference) 333 

Bridge, Floating, Pneumatic Float, Class 60, Steel Superstructure — Part 

I — Bridge Assembly 

TF 5-2106 (35 min— 1956— Film Reference) 336 

Bridge, Floating, Pneumatic Float, Class 60, Steel Superstructure — Part 

II— Rafts 

TF .5-2107 (16 min— 1955— Film Reference) 336 

Bridge, Floating, Pneumatic Float, Class 60, Steel Superstructure — Part 

III— Fixed Spans 

TF .5-2108 (17 min— 1950— Film Reference) ^ 337 

Aluminum Floating Footbridge 

TF 5-2105 (19 min- 1955— Film Reference).. 336 

Timber Trestle Bridge 

TF 5-2103 (17 min— 1955— Film Reference) 336 

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CATEGORY INDEX ENGRS 

For aynopitia 
see page No, 

Operation of Rafts 

TF 5-1415 (15 min— 1945 — Film Reference) 333 

Infantry Support Raft 

TF 5-1181 (17 min— 1943— Film Reference) 332 

Fixed Bridge Construction and Repair in the CBI 

FB 5-192 (12 min— 1945— Film Reference) 215 

River Crossing Operations in the CBI 

FB 5-201 (14 min— 1945— Film Reference) 215 

Floating Bridge M5 — Part I: Equipment and Launching of Pontons 

FS 5-72 ( 1 945) 432 

Floating Bridge M4 — Part II: Assembly of End Sections and Raft Sections 

FS 5-73 (1945) 432 

Floating Bridge M4 — Part III: Construction 

FS5-74 (1945) 432 

Floating Bridge M4— Part IV: Rafting 

FS 5-75 (1945) 432 

Preparation of Native Timber for Bridge Construction 

FS 5-83 (1946— Sound) 433 

Bridge Reconnaissance 

FS 5-54 (1944) 432 

Model D-7 Tractor — Operator's Preventive Maintenance 

FS 5-64 (1945) 432 

D-7 Tractor — Flywheel Clutch Maintenance 

FS5-65 (1945) 432 

Aluminum Floating Footbridge 

SFS 5-144 (11 min — 1957 — Sound — Replaces FS 5-29 previously declared 

obsolete) 434 

Fixed Bridges Maintenance — Part I — Non-standard Bridges 

SFS 5-154 (10 min— 1958— Sound) 434 

Fixed Bridges — Jacking Down Heavy Girders 

TF 5-2349 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Military Fixed Bridges — Nomenclature — Timber Trestle Bridges 

TF 5-2350 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 338 

Major Bridge Construction 

TF 5-2333 (13 min— 1956— Film Reference) 337 

FIRE FIGHTING 

Before They Happen (Fire Prevention) 

MF 5-8567 (14 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation).. 230 

Chemistry of Fire 

MF 5-1322 (44 min— 1947— From Navy Film MN 61-A) 228 

Grass and Brush Fire Fighting 

MF 5-1229 (29 min— 1945— Color— From Department of Agriculture) .. . 228 

Oil Fires 

MF 20-1240 (46 min— 1945— Commercial Adaptation).. 258 

Hose Line Evolutions and Hose Line Equipment 

MF 5-7709 (30 min— 1950— Commercial Adaptation) 229 

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ENGRS CATEGORY INDEX 

get pofft N: 
Care and Maintenance of Fire Hose 

MF 5-8658 (21 min— 1956) 230 

Stop Them Before They Start (Fire Prevention) 

MF 20-8778 (15 min— 1957 — Commercial Adaptation) 267 

Fire and Your Hospital 

MF 8-8149 (23 min — 1953 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to 

COX US — Commercial Adaptation) _ 232 

Flammable Liquid Fire Safety 

MF 20-8898 (20 min— 1958— Color) 268 

ALL OTHERS 

The Army Engineer 

TF 5-1688 (22 min— 1953) 333 

Engineer Mission 

MF 5-8279 (26 min— 1954)... 230 

The Army's Corps of Engineers 

NRX (Project 15611) (15 min— 1955) 298 

Basic Engineer Reconnaissance 

TF 5-1676 (26 min— 1952— Film Reference) 333 

Engineers in Combat — World War H 

MF 5-8854 (24 min— 1957— Replaces FB 5-119 which is obsolete) 230 

Assault Boat River Crossing 

TF 5-1242 (17 min— 1943— Film Reference) 333 

Port Repair 

FB 5-168 (15 min— 1945— Film Reference) 215 

Reducing Enemy Log Bunkers in Korea 

FB 20-249 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 222 

Keep 'Em Running With Standardization 

MF 5-8221 (13 min— 1954— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 229 

Operation Noah 

MF 45-8615 (29 min— 1956— Distribution in CONUS and overseas) 282 

TVA Town 

MF 61-8043 (30 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 296 

Yuma Test Station Facilities 

MF 38-7917 (17 min— 1953— Color) 276 

Multiplex Mapping — Part I 

TF 5-1549 (26 min— 1949— Color) 333 

Multiplex Mapping — Part H 

TF 5-1546 (40 min— 194&— Color) 333 

The Double Apron Fence 

TF 5-1226 (15 min— 1943— Film Reference).. 333 

Construction of 10,000 Barrel Bolted Steel Tanks— Part I— Foundation, 

Bottom, and Sidewalls 

TF 5-1817 (16 min— 1954— Film Reference) 336 

Construction of 10,000 Barrel Bolted Steel Tanks— Part H- Center 

Support, Deck, Valves, and Vents 
TF 5-1898 (9 min— 1954— Film Reference) 336 

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CATEGORY INDEX ENGRS 

For nynopsis 
see page No. 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part I — Laying Pipelines 

TV 5-18G2 (19 mill— 1954— Film Reference) 335 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part II — Installation of Pumping Stations 

TF 5-1863 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 33G 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part III — Operation and Maintenance of 

Pipeline Systems 

TF 5-1 8G4 (10 min— 1954— Film Reference) 330 

Rat Problem, The 

TF 8-1 G09 (25 min— 1 950— Film Reference) 357 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat — Part I: The Norway Rat 

TF 8-1670 (28 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat — Part II: The Roof Rat 

TF 8-1G71 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Sanitation Techniques in Rat Control 

TF 8-1 672 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Practical Rat Control — Ratproofing 

TF 8-1673 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Practical Rat Control — Rat Killing 

TF 8-1674 (37 min— 1951— Film Reference) 358 

Rat Ectoparasite Control 

TF 8-1675 (12 min— 1951— Film Reference) 358 

Location and Construction of Road Obstacles 

TF 5-1804 (22 min— 1955— Film Reference) 335 

Beach Obstacles 

TF 5-1822 (22 min— 1953— Film Reference) 335 

Adding or Removing Refrigerant 

MF 5-7646 (17 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 441) 228 

Removing and Installing a Compressor or Condenser 

MF 5-7647 (17 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 442) 229 

Adjusting and Checking the Expansion Valve 

MF 5-7649 (22 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 444) 229 

Checking the Electrical System 

MF 5-7651 (18 min— 1950— From Office of Educ&tion Film No. 446) 229 

Adjusting and Repairing the Thermo Expansion Valve 

MF 5-7653 (12 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 448) 229 

Adjusting Pressure — Actuated Temperature Control Devices 

MF 5-7654 (16 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 449) 229 

Servicing Water Cooled Condensers 

MF 5-7656 (12 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 451) 229 

Making and Repairing Tubing Connections 

MF i>-7657 (18 min— 1950— From Office of Education Film No. 452) 229 

Maintenance of a Petroleum Distribution System 

TF 10-2.595 (44 min— 1958— Film Reference) 380 

The Big Picture — The Engineer Supply Mission 

MF 5-8954 (29 min— 1958) 230 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part I — Winter Roads 

TF 5-2371 (27 min— 1958— Film Reference)... 339 

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ENGRS CATEGORY INDEX 

For nynopti* 
see page JVo. 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic— Part II — Winter Field Fortifications 

TF 5-2372 (22 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part III — Ice Mines, Ice Mine 

Fields, AT and AP Mines, and Obstacles 

TF 5-2373 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 339 

Water Purification — Part I — PH and Chloride Residual Test 

TF 5-2276 (7 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 337 

Water Purification — Part II — Chlorine Demand, Arsenic, and Nitrogen 

Mustard Tests 

TF 5-2277 (8 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) _. _ 337 

Water Purification— Part III— Coagulation Test 

TF 5-2278 (8 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 337 

Water Purification— Part IV— Turbidity, Color, Taste, and Odor Tests 

TF 5-2279 (4 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 337 

Water Purification— Part V— Chlorides and Sulfates Tests 

TF 5-2280 (7 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 337 

Surveying — Measuring and Leveling 

FS 5-76 (1945) 432 

Surveying — Traversing 

FS 5-77 (1945) 432 

Surveying — Building and Utility Lay-out 

FS 5-78 0945) 433 

Portable Water Purification Equipment 

FS 5-108 (1952— Sound) 433 

Assault Boats 

FS 5-31 (1943) 432 

Care and Maintenance of Steam Boiler Plants 

FS 5-56 (1944— Sound) 432 

US Army No. 1 Space Heater — Care and Firing 

FS 5-58 (1944— Sound) 432 

Wire Entanglements — Part I: Materials and Methods of Handling 

FS 5-21 (1944) 432 

Care and Servicing of Wire Rope 

FS5-42 (1944) - 432 

Use of Wire Rope 

FS5-43 (1944) 432 

Soils 

FS 5-105 (25 min— 1953— Sound) ..- 433 

Soil Identification and Testing — Part I — Field Identification and Soil 

Sampling 

FS 5-106 (19 min — 1953~Sound) - 433 

Soil Identification and Testing— Part II— Laboratory Testing 

SFS 5-117 (24 min— 1956— Sound)... 4;i3 

Loading Heavy Equipment in Aircraft 

SFS 5-110 (28 min — 1958 — Sound — Distril)utii)n hmiied to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges and Service Schools) 433 



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CATEGORY INDEX INDIV SOL 

23. INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER 

A'ole. For interior and prisoner guard duty, see MILITARY POLICE 
AND GUARD DUTY. For other basic films look under i)riinary 
branch of service e.g. Map reading and camouflage see ENGINEERS; 
Rifle marksmanship see INFANTRY; CBR see ATOMIC and CHEM- 
ICAL, etc. 

For HynopHiH 
see page No. 

Oversea Duty 

AFIF 2 (20 min— 1950) 186 

Service Plus 

AFIF 4 (19 min— 1950) 186 

Standards of a Serviceman 

AFIF 13 (12 min— 1951) 187 

Payday Pitfalls 

AFIF 15 (13 min— 1951) 187 

Individual and Unit Decontamination of Toxic Chemical Agents 

TF 3-1860 (20 min— 1958) 327 

It's Up to You 

TF 8-2125 (32 min— 1955— Film Reference) 360 

Absence Without Leave and Desertion 

TF 19-1482 (33 min— 1948— Film Reference) 398 

Wearing of the Uniform 

TF 19-1485 (20 min— 1948— Film Reference) 398 

Individual Protection Against Atomic Attack 

TF 20-2531 (25 min— 1958— Film Reference) 404 

A Penny Saved 

TF 21-1612 (28 min— 1951) 404 

Troop Indoctrination for an Atomic Exercise 

TF 21-1921 (33 min— 1955) 405 

Military Courtesy 

TF 21-1965 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 405 

Escape 

TF 21-1973 (45 min— 1955— Film Reference) 405 

Mission of the Army 

TF 100-172G (22 min— 1953) 428 

Are You Ready for Service? What It's All About 

MF 16-8599 (10 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) — 250 
Are Your Ready for Service? Getting Ready Morally 
MF 16-8600 (10 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 250 

Are You Ready for Service? Military Life and You 

MF 16-8601 (10 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 

distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) — 250 
Are You Ready for Service? Why You 

MF 16-8825 (13 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 253 

Dress Rehearsal 

MF 20-7924 (13 min— 1952) --- 261 

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INDIV SOL CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopBi* 
tee page 7io. 

Traditions and Achievements of the Army 

M F 20-S6r.8 (2(1 min— 1957— Color^ 2G6 

Easy Out ( Effects of Dishonorable Discharge) 

MF 21-8433 (21 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 7904) 270 

Notebook Warrior 

MF 21-8505 (53 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation). 270 

This is Your Army 

MF 45-7950 (79 min— 1954— Color) 281 

Adjustment to Military Life 

MF 45-8288 (IS min— 1954— Film Reference). 281 

The Soldier's Mission and Responsibilities 

MF 45-8440 (13 min— 1955) 282 

The Rack 

MF 45-8573 (60 min— 1955 — Commercial Adaptation) 282 

The Negro Soldier 

OF 24 (21 min— 1944— Short Version) 300 

Citizen in Arms 

OF 48 (9 min— 1948) 301 

Take Time for Tomorrow 

OF 55 (14 min— 1949— From Navy Film MN 6649) 301 

Employment of the Armed Forces— Part I: The Armed Forces Team 

FS 21-4 ( 1949— Sound) 452 

Employment of the Armed Forces — Part II: The Army Team 

FS 21-5 (1949— Sound) 452 

24. INFANTRY (Weapons; Basic Infantry Tactics; Advance Infan- 
try Tactics) 

(For Cold weather, see COLD WEATHER: Testing and Operations: 
and Individual Training) 

(For Personal health in the field, see MEDICAL: 

Individual Health and Sanitation) 

WEAPONS 

(For repair of guns, see ORDNANCE: Weapons and Repair) tuc po"«-'\<>. 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects: US Pistol Cal .45, Submachine Gun, 

Cal .45, US Carbine, Cal .30 

FB 7-273 (8 min— 1954— Color— Film Reference) 210 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Hand and Rifle Grenades 

Vh 7-274 (9 min— 1954— Color— Film Reference) 210 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects— MIC Cal .30 Sniper's Rifle— 

Snipcrscope, Infrared Set No. 1 

Fli 7-275 (0 min— 1954- Color- Film Reference).. 216 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Portable Flamethrower 

Vn 7 277 (3 min- 1954— Color- Film Reference)... 210 

Infantry Weapons and Their EffectH— Machine Guns 

FB 7-278 (5 min— 1964— Color— Film Reference) 210 



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CATEGORY INDEX INF 

For ftynopHin 
see page No. 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — The Mortar Family 

FB 7-280 (14 mill— 1954 — Film Reference) 216 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — ST-mm Rifle, M18; 75-nim Rifle, 

M20; 105-mm Rifle M27 

FB 7-281 (7 mill— 1955 — Color— Film Reference) 217 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Tank Weapons 

FB 7-282 (5 min— 1955 — Film Reference) 217 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects— US Rifle Cal .30 Ml Browning 

Automatic Rifle 

FB 7-272 (8 min — 1954 — Color— Film Reference) 216 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part I: Feeding 

TF 7-2185 (7 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part II: Chambering 

TF 7-2186 (4 min— 1955 — Film Reference) 350 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part III: Locking 

TF 7-2187 (5 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part IV: Firing 

TF 7-2188 (6 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part V: Unlocking 

TF 7-2189 (6 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part VI: Extraction and 

Ejection 

TF 7-2190 (4 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Trigger Squeeze Ml Rifle 

TF 7-2202 (5 min— 1955— Film Reference) 351 

Restoration of Balance, 57-mm, Recoilless Rifle 

TF 7-2203 (9 min— 1955— Film Reference) 351 

Barrel Packing, Caliber .30 Machine Gun M1917A1 

TF 7-2204 (6 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Cooling System, Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30 M1917A1 

TF 7-2205 (5 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part VII: Cocking 

TF 7-2215 (7 min— 1955— Film Reference) 351 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part I: Characteristics of Fire, Classes 

of Fire Target Designation 

TF 7-2223 (37 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part II: Fire Distribution, Fire Control, 

Fire Commands 

TF 7-2224 (38 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire— Part III: Direct Laying 

TF 7-2225 (41 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part IV: Preparation of Range Cards 

TF 7-2226 (28 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part V: Expedients for Predetermined 

Fire 

TF 7-2227 (21 min— 1956— Film Reference) 351 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part VI: Overhead Fire 

TF 7-2228 (19 min— 1956— Film Reference) 352 



494r)99°— 59 6 



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INF CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynop»i» 
eee page No. 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part VII: Position Defilade 

TF 7-2229 (40 miii— 1956— Film Reference) 352 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part VIII: Field Zeroing the Light 

Machine Gun M1919A6 on Bipod Mount 

TF 7-2230 (G inin— 1956— Film Reference) 392 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part IX: Measuring Angles, Caliber 

.30 Light Machine Gun M1919A6 on M2 Mount 

TF 7-2231 (8 min— 1956— Film Reference) 352 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part X: Zeroing the Light Machine Gun 

M1919A6 on Tripod M2 

TF 7-2232 (5 min— 1956— Film Reference) 352 

Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part XI: Auxiliary Aiming Point 

TF 7-2233 (6 min— 1956— Film Reference) 352 

8i-mm Mortar (M29) Mechanical Training and Crew Drill 

TF 7-2239 (14 min— 1956— Film Reference) - 352 

The 106-mm Rifle — Part I — Introduction to the Weapon 

TF 7-2433 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) 352 

The 106-mm Rifle — Part II — Duties of the Crew and Service of the Piece 

TF 7-2434 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 353 

The 106-mm Rifle — Part III— Crew Drill on Vehicular Mount 

TF 7-2435 (6 rain— 1957— Film Reference) 353 

The 106-mm Rifle — Part IV — Dismounting and Mounting the Rifle 

TF 7-2436 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference).. 353 

The 106-mm Rifle— Part V— Using the Spotting Rifle 

TF 7-2437 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 353 

106-mm Rifle M40A-1— Part VI— The Stadia Sight 

TF 7-2438 (12 min— 1958— Film Reference) 353 

US Rifle, Cal .30, Ml— Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1172 (15 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Rifle, Automatic, Cal .30, Browning M1918A2 — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1205 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

The M2 Carbine — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1445 (15 nrin— 1945— Film Reference) .- 366 

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons — Part I: The Cycle of Operation 

TF 9-1448 (19 min— 1945) 366 

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons — Part II: Principles of Automatic 

Operation 

TF 9-1449 (13 min— 1946— Film Reference) 366 

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons — Part III: Semiautomatic and 

Automatic Fire 

TF 9-1450 (10 min— 1945) 366 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 1948— Film Reference) 367 

Fundamentals of Ballistics 

TF 9- 1512 (19 min— 1 949— Film Reference) 367 

Keep It Clean 

TF 21-1018 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference) 404 



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CATEGORY INDEX INF 

For synopitiH 
see page No. 

Position and Grip, Machine Gun M1919A6 on M2 Tripod 

MF 7-8319 (3 min— 1955— Film Reference) 231 

Headspace Adjustment Machine Gun, Cal .30 

MF 7-8320 (4 min— 1955— Film Reference). ._ 231 

Machine Gun Clinometer M1917 

MF 7-8318 (7 min— 1955— Film Reference) 231 

Employment of Small Automatic Weapons 

FS 2-26 (1943— Film Reference). _.. 429 

Rifle Marksmanship, Range Practice, US Rifle, Cal .30, Ml— Part I: 
Safety Precautions 

FS 7-39 (1942— Film Reference) 435 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal .30, M1918A2— Part II: Mechanical 
Training — Operation 

FS 7-106 (1943— Film Reference) 435 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal .30, MI918A2— Part III: Care and 
Cleaning 

FS 7-115 (1943— Film Reference) 435 

57-mm Rifle, M18A1— Part I— Mechanical Training 

FS 7-164 (1956— Film Reference).. 435 

57-mm Rifle, M18A1 — Part II — Functioning, Stoppages, Immediate 
Action, and Restoration of Balance 

FS 7-167 (1956— Film Reference) 436 

57-mm Rifle M18A1 — Part III — Ammunition, Mounts, Fire Control In- 
struments, Subcaliber Device and Boresighting 

FS 7-168 (1956— Film Reference) 436 

57-mm Rifle, M18A1 — Part IV — Marksmanship and Technique of Fire 

FS 7-169 (1956— Film Reference) 436 

The 75-mm Rifle M20 — Part I: Mechanical Training — Part II: Functioning, 
Stoppage, and Immediate Action — Part III: Ammunition, Mountings, 
Sights and Fire Control — Part IV: Boresighting, Direct and Indirect 
Fire Sights — Part V: Marksmanship and Technique of Fire 

FS 7-158 (1951) 435 

75.mm Recoilless Rifle, M20 (GTA 9-612) 

FS 9-307 (1955) 444 

The Browning Machine Gun, Cal .30, M1919A6 

FS 7-154 (1944— Film Reference) 435 

The Browning Automatic Rifle Caliber .30, M1918A2— Stoppages and 
Immediate Action 

FS 7-159 (20 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) 435 

Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal .30, M1918A2 (GTA 9-606) 

FS 9-306 (1955) 444 

Mortar, 60.mm, M19 (GTA 9-624) 

FS 9-308 (1955) - 444 

Mortar. 81-mm, M29 (GTA 9-625) 

FS 9-309 (1955) 444 

Mortar, 4.2", M30 (GTA 9-626) 

FS 9-310 (1955) 444 



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For aj/nopaU 
tee page Ko. 

Submachine Gun — Firing 

FS 19-21 (l!>o.")— Film Reforonco) 449 

The 60-mm Mortar M2 and Mount — Part I: Disassembly and Assembly 

FS 9-85 (1943) - - - 439 

The 60-mm Mortar M2 and Mount — Part II: Disassembly and Assembly 

FS 9-86 (1943) - 439 

Portable Flame Thrower M2-2 — Part III: Pressure Charging 

FS 3-35 (1945) 429 

Portable Flame Thrower M2-2— Part IV: Filling by Pressure. Using 

Fuel Filling Kit MIO 

FS 3-39 (1945— Film Reference). 430 

Browning Machine Gun Caliber .30 — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1861 (21 mill— 1954— Film Rcforencc) 368 

BASIC INFANTRY TACTICS 
Follow Me 

RTAF 150 (20 min— 1953) 199 

Ranger Training 

FIJ 7-283 (28 min— 1953— Film Reference) 217 

Rugged Rangers 

FB 7-285 (9 min— 1953— Film Reference) .-. 217 

Combat Firing with Hand Guns 

FB 19-152 (17 min— 1944— Film Roforence) 220 

Reduction of Japanese Cave-type Fortifications 

FB 20-213 (34 min— 1945) 222 

Summer Movements in the Arctic 

FB 20-232 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference).. 222 

Reducing Enemy Log Bunkers in Korea 

FB 20-249 (21 min— 1952— Film Reforence) 222 

Assault Boat River Crossing 

TF 5-1242 (17 min— 1943— Film Reference) 333 

Countermortar 

TF 0-1533 (25 min— 1949) 342 

Crater Analysis 

TF 6-1686 (21 min— 1952) 343 

Infantry Hasty Field Fortifications — Part I — Individual Intrenchments 

TF 7-993 (22 min— 1943— Film Reference) 345 

Infantry Hasty Field Fortifications — Part II — Emplacement of the Light 

and Heavy Cal .30 Machine Gun 
TF 7-1131 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference) 345 

The Bayonet Fighter 

TF 7-1263 (21 min— 1943- Film Reference) 346 

Stream-crossing Expedients — Part I: Crossing of Personnel 

TF 7-1303 (16 mill — 1944) - -- 34G 

Stream-crossing Expedients — Part II: Flotation of Weapons, Equipment, 
and Vehicles 

TF 7-1304 (15 min— 1944— Film Reference) 340 

Military Rock Climbing — Technique of Climbing 

TF 7-1475 (32 min -1948— Film Reference) ..- -- 346 

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CATEGORY INDEX INF 

For synopais 
sec page No. 

Military Rock Climbing — Movement of Combat Units 

TF 7-1480 (31 mill— 1948— Film Reference) 346 

Summer Mountain Movements and Bivouacs 

TF 7-1518 (26 min— 1949— Film Reference) 346 

Counterfire 

TF 7-1522 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) 340 

Dangerous Journey 

TF 7-1539 (46 min— 1949— Film Reference— From British Army Film 

BC 1009) 347 

Combat in Deep Snow and Extreme Cold 

TF 7-1550 (21 min— 1950). 347 

Troop Movement by Motor 

TF 7-1709 (34 min— 1953) 347 

Foot Marches 

TF 7-1710 (23 min— 1952— Film Reference) 347 

Reconnaissance Patrols 

TF 7-1714 (32 min— 1951— Film Reference) 347 

Observation of Mortar Fire by the Combat Soldier 

TF 7-1729 (40 min— 1955— Film Reference) 348 

The Intelligence and Reconnaissance Platoon Tactical Employment 

TF 7-1931 (40 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Dismounted Drill— Part I: Squad Drill— Part II: Platoon Drill 

TF 7-1947 (32 min— 1955— Film Reference) 350 

Reporting Enemy Information 

TF 7-2550 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 21-1289 which 

is obsolete) 353 

Counterintelligence in Combat 

TF 7-2551 (28 min— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 11-321 pre- 
viously declared obsolete in MFIB No. 85) 353 

Helicopterborne Operations 

TF 7-2580 (24 min— 1958— Film Reference) 353 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part 1 : Basic Principles 

TF 19-1634 (6 min— 1951— Film Reference) 399 

Seeing in the Dark 

TF 21-1741 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference) 405 

Camouflage for Scouting and Patrolling 

TF 21-2197 (33 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) 406 

The Aggressor Force 

TF 30-1543 (26 min— 1950— Film Reference) 409 

Hand-to-hand Combat 

TF 629-1027 (48 min— 1943— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

1027) --- 428 

This is The Infantry 

MF 7-918 (10 min— 1944— Film Reference) 230 

Infantry Operations in Mountains 

MF 7-8278 (38 min— 1954— Film Reference) 231 

Dress Rehearsal 

MF 20-7924 (13 min— 1952) -- 261 

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For aynoptU 
see page No. 

Atomic Support for the Soldier 

MF 20-795G (21 miii— 1953) 261 

Motor March Discipline — RASC 

MF 20-8631 (43 inm— 1950— From British Film C 1099) 265 

Pitching and Striking the Pyramidal Tent 

FS 7-18 (1942— Film Reference) 435 

Pitching and Striking the Wall Tent 

FS 7-19 (1942) 435 

Pitching and Striking the Latrine Screen 

FS 7-22 (1942— Film Reference) 435 

Pitching and Striking the Squad Tent M1942 

FS 7-127 (1944— Film Reference) 435 

Stream Crossing Expedients — Part I: Improvised Flotation Methods 

FS 7-135 (1943— Film Reference) 435 

Theory of Target Grid System (GTA 7-5) 

FS 7-163 (1955— Film Reference) 435 

Making the March Graph 

FS 55-10 (15 min— 1953— Sound) 464 

Trainfire I — A New Course in Basic Rifle Marksmanship 

MF 21-8797 (17 min— 1958— Color) - 270 

Combat Patrols 

TF 7-1750 (37 min— 1952— Film Reference) 348 

ADVANCED INFANTRY TACTICS 

Fighting in Built Up Areas — Organization and Tactics 

FB 7-268 (10 min— 1953— Film Reference) 216 

Fighting in Built Up Areas— Selection of Positions for Firing 

FB 7-266 (5 min— 1953) 215 

Fighting in Built Up Areas — Mutual Support and Methods of Advance 

FB 7-269 (5 min— 1953) 216 

Fighting in Built Up Areas — Methods of Entering Buildings 

FB 7-264 (4 min— 1953) 215 

Fighting in Built Up Areas— Methods of Searching and Clearing Buildings 

FB 7-265 (3 min— 1953) 215 

Fighting in Built-Up Areas — Use of Special Equipment 

FB 7-263 (5 min— 1953) 215 

Front Line Rifle and Weapons Squad in Defense 

TF 7-1867 (23 min— 1954— Film Reference) - 348 

Fire and Maneuver — Fundamentals and Squad Employment 

TF 7-1868 (24 min— 1954— Film Reference) . 348 

The Reinforced Rifle Platoon in the Attack of a Built-up Area— Part I: 

Tactics and Techniques 

TF 7-1506 (22 min- 1954— Film Reference) 346 

The Reinforced Rifle Platoon in the Attack of a Built-up Area— Part II: 

The Attack 

TF 7-1642 (35 min— 1954— Film Reference) - - - 347 

The Rifle Platoon in Attack on Fortincd PoHitions 

TF 7-1507 (30 min -1950— Film Reference) 346 

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CATEGORY INDEX INF 

For synopsis 
see page No. 

The Rifle Platoon in A Night Withdrawal 

TF 7-1743 (37 min— 1952— Film Reference) 348 

The Infantry Battalion in Defense — Part I 

TF 7-1717 (34 niin— 1952— Film Reference) 347 

The Infantry Battalion in Defense — Part II 

TF 7-1718 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 348 

The Reinforced Infantry Battalion in the Attack — Part I: Planning the 

Attack 

TF 7-1745 (31 min— 1952— Film Reference) 348 

The Reinforced Infantry Battalion in the Attack — Part II: Conduct of 

the Attack 

TF 7-1746 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference) ._ 348 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Activation 

TF 7-1904 (15 min— 1954— Film Reference) 349 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Training 

TF 7-1905 (14 min— 1954— Film Reference) 349 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Movement Overseas 

TF 7-1906 (18 min— 1954— Film Reference) 349 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Staging Overseas 

TF 7-1907 (9 min— 1954— Film Reference) 349 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Combat 

TF7-1908 (27 min— 1954— Film Reference) 349 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Occupation 

TF 7-1909 (10 min— 1954— Film Reference) 349 

Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Inactivation 

TF 7-1910 (9 min— 1954— Film Reference) 350 

Terrain Analysis 

TF 7-1972 (10 min— 1955— Color— Film Reference) 350 

The Tank-armored Infantry Team 

TF 17-1515 (26 min— 1949— Film Reference) 393 

Guerrilla Warfare 

TF 33-2509 (22 min— 1957— Film Reference) 413 

Light AAA with Infantry and Armored Divisions 

TF 44-1554 (18 min— 1952— Film Reference) 414 

Light AAA in Close Fire Support of Infantry 

TF 44-1680 (29 min— 1953— Film Reference) 415 

Sixth Infantry Division 

MF 7-1297 (20 min— 1948)_ 230 

Men Against Tanks 

MF 7-7898 (15 min— 1952)__ 230 

The Way Ahead 

MF 22-8025 (118 min — 1952 — Withdrawn from oversea commands — From 

British Army Film BC 5406) - - 270 

Hell for Leather (First Cavalry Division) 

MF 45-1278 (9 min— 1946) - 279 

The Fighting First (Pride of Outfit Film) 

MF 45-1279 (13 min— 1946) -- 279 



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INF CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopnit 
aet page So. 

Seventh Infantry Division 

MF 45-7533 (23 niiii— 1949) 279 

The Famous Third Army 

MF 45-7705 (22 inin— 1950) 280 

The Ground Team — Designed for Victory 

MF 80-1275 (9min— 1945) 297 

Winged Victory on Foot — 43d Infantry Division 

MF 130-7553 (14 min— 1949) 297 

29 — Let's Go— 29th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7554 (20 min— 1949) 297 

The Red Bull Attacks— 34th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7555 (21 min— 1950). 297 

26th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7872 (16 min— 1952) 298 

27th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7929 (20 min— 1953) 298 

32d Infantry Division 

MF 130-7930 (18 min— 1953) _ 298 

36th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7931 (21 miii— 1953) 298 

Action at Anguar 

MF 40-1128 (27 min— 1945) 278 

Medical Service in the Infantry Division — Part I — The Medical Company, 
Infantry Regiment 

OF 8-1 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference) 223 

Medical Service of the Infantry Division — Part II — The Medical Battalion 

GF 8-2 (18 min— 1953— Film Reference) 223 

Infantry Weapons Against Tanks 

TF 7-1681 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 347 

25. INTELLIGENCE (Safeguarding Military Information; Combat 
Intelligence) 

For gynopait 
tee page No. 

SAFEGUARDING MILITARY INFORMATION 

About Rumors 

AFIF 41 (14 min— 1953— Color) 190 

The Case of Comrade "T" 

MF 30-8706 (23 min— 1956— Color— Commercial Adaptation— Distribu- 
tion to central film and ofniipment exchanges in CON US) 274 

Safeguarding Military Information 

TF 30-1523 (16 min— 1949) 409 

Security Control. You Never Can Tell 

MF 19-8027 (40 min— 1952— Film Reference— From Navy Film MX 

6947) 257 

Military Censorship 

TF 30-1505 (20 min— 1949) 400 

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CATEGORY INDEX INTEL 

For tynopniK 
tee page No. 

Unit Censorship 

TF 30-1545 (26 inin— 1949) 409 

Security Control in Operation Sandstone 

MF 20-7671 (24 min— 1950 — From Armed Forces Special Project 1&-16) . . 259 

Mechanical Aids to Physical Security — Part I — Perimeter Barriers and 
Personnel Identification 

FS 19-13 (13 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) 449 

Mechanical Aids to Physical Security — Part II — Protective Lighting, 
Communications, and Alarm Systems 

FS 19-16 (13 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) 449 

Security and You 

MF 11-8842 (18 min— 1957— Color— From Armed Forces Special Weapons 
Project Film — AFSAVP Film 30-55-56 — Limited number of prints dis- 
tributed to installations specified by OCSigO) 243 

Transmission Security 

TF 30-2555 (30 min— 1958— Film Reference) 411 

Security — Part I — Guarding Against Espionage in Military Installations 

TF 30-1890 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference) 410 

Security — Part II — Safeguarding Defense Information 

TF 30-1891 (19 min— 1958— Film Reference) 410 

Armor Team Security 

TF 17-2587 (24 min— 1958— Film Reference) 398 

Radio Direction Finding — Part I — Theory and Equipment 

FS 30-10 (25 min— 1956— Sound— Film Reference) 452 

Radio Direction Finding — Part II — Installation and Operations (U) 

FS 30-11 (37 min — 1957 — Sound — Limited distribution to Army Film and 
Equipment Exchanges in CON US and OS for loan to need-to-know 
audiences— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 452 

Lock Security (U) 

TF 30-1569 (41 min— 1949— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 409 

Surveillance (U) 

TF 30-1607 (35 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 409 

Investigative Sound Devices (U) 

TF 30-1645 (30 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 409 

Investigate Techniques (U) 

TF 30-1751 (37 min— 1952— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 410 

Cryptosecurity (U) 

TF 30-1739 (18 min— 1952— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL-Modified 

Handling Authorized) 410 

Saudi-Arabia Graduation Exercises (U) 

MF 20-1153 (This film is cla.ssified SECRET) 258 

COMBAT INTELLIGESCE 

Production of Combat Intelligence 

TF 30-1494 (17 min— 1948— Film Reference) 409 

Prisoner of War for Intelligence 

TF 30-1493 (27 min— 1948— Film Reference) -- - 409 

Counterlire 

TF 7-1522 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) 346 

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INTEL CATEGORY INDEX 

For gynopnU 
$ee page So. 

Countermortar 

TF 6-1533 (25 min— 1949) 342 

Eyes of the Services 

MF 30-8670 (23 miii— 1957— Color— From Navy Film MX 9267— Dis- 
tribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in COX US and 
overseas for loan to Intelligence personnel concerned) _ 274 

Reporting Enemy Information 

TF 7-2550 (23 miu— 1958— Film Reference— Replaces TF 21-1289 which 

is obsolete) 353 

Counterintelligence in Combat 

TF 7-2551 (28 min— 1958 — Fihn Reference — Replaces TF 11-321 previ- 
ously declared obsolete in MFIB No. 85) 353 

Technical Intelligence in Action 

TF 30-1896 (24 min— 1954) 410 

Informants (U) 

TF 30-1051 (38 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 410 

Undercover Operations (U) 

TF 30-1702 (37 min— 1951— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 410 

Counter Intelligence Corps in Combat (U) 

TF 30-1923 (38 min— 1954 — Film Reference — Exhibition to personnel, 
all branches of service on a need-to-know basis ONLY — Film is classi- 
fied CONFIDENTIAL) -. 410 

Intelligence in Amphibious Operations (U) 

MF 30—8407 (25 min— 1955— Distribution limited to CFLs in CONUS; 
OS Exchanges and Service Schools of the Combat Arms — Film is 

classified CONFIDENTIAL) 272 

Note. Films MF 30-7964 through 30-7974 are classified films with 

classified titles, dealing with intelligence. For a numerical list of these 

films refer to the Numerical Index, Section III. 

26. LEADERSHIP AND INSTRUCTION 

Note. See also ADMINISTRATION: Supervision and plant operations. 

For nynopsU 
gee page No. 

Shades of Grey 

PMF 5047 (66 min— 1948— Film Reference) 304 

Effective Utilization of Manpower in the US Army 

MF 45-7926 (23 min— 1952) 281 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 iiiiii -1949"Fiini Rcferenoo) - 267 

Film Strip Use in Military Training 

FS 21-1 (1944— SduihI -Film Reference) - 452 

Principles of Leadership 

TF 21-1840 (43 min— 1953— Film Reference) 405 

Follow Me 

RTAF 150 (20 min— 1953) 199 

Recreation Leadership 

TF 12-1801 (23 min -1953— Film Reference) 391 

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CATEGORY INDEX LEAD 

For synopHia 
nee page No. 

Physical Training, Army Drill Number One — Part I — Exercises 1-4 

TF 21-2113 (21 min— 1956— Distribution to central film libraries in 

CONUS and OS) 406 

Physical Training, Army Drill Number One — Part II — Exercises 5-8 

TF 21-2114 (12 niin — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 

exchanges in CONUS and OS). 406 

Physical Training, Army Drill Number One — Part III — Exercises 9 12 

TF 21-2115 (10 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 

exchanges in CONUS and OS) 406 

Physical Training, Army Drill Number One — Part IV — Alternate Exer- 
cises, Supplementary Activities 

TF 21-2116 (10 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 

exchanges in CONUS and OS) 406 

Harry's Hat Hangs High 

MF 12-8767 (21 min— 1957— Color).. 244 

NCO Leadership Problem No. 1 

MF 20-8647 (4 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 265 

NCO Leadership Problem No. 2 

MF 20-8648 (7 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 266 

NCO Leadership Problem No. 3 

MF 20-8649 (3 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 266 

NCO Leadership Problem No. 4 

MF 20-8650 (4 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 266 

NCO Leadership Problem No. 5 

MF 20-8651 (5 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation). 266 

This is West Point 

MF 45-7726 (25 min— 1951) 280 

The Making of a West Pointer 

MF 45-8521 (40 min— 1955— Color— Distribution in CONUS and over- 
seas) 282 

Hail Alma Mater 

MF 45-7805 (6 min— 1951) 280 

Training at Officer Candidate Schools 

MF 20-8224 (25 min— 1954) 262 

The Way Ahead 

MF 22-8025 (118 min— 1952— Withdrawn from oversea commands— From 

British Army Film BC 5406) 270 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 1 

MF 20-8637 (4 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 265 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 2 

MF 20-8638 (5 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 265 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 3 

MF 20-8639 (9 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 265 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 4 

MF 20-8640 (3 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 266 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 5 •' " 

MF 20-8641 (3 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 265 



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For 8unop»U 
tee paffc So. 

Junior OflBcer Leadership Problem No. 6 

MF 20-86 42 (5 min — 1956 — Comiucrcial Adaptation) _ 205 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 7 

iMF 20-8643 (5 inin — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation).. 205 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 8 

MF 20-8644 (4 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation) 265 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 9 

MF 20-8645 (4 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation) 265 

Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 10 

MF 20-8646 (8 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation) 265 

Film Tactics 

TF 11-1572 (23 min— 1949 — Film Reference) .- 383 

All I Need is a Conference 

MF 61-8413 (30 min— 1952 — Commercial Adaptation) 296 

Discussion Technique 

AFIF 1 (29 min— 1950) 186 

Accent on Learning 

MF 21-8424 (30 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation) 269 

Military Instruction — Part I — Principles of Learning 

TF 21-2301 (23 min— 1956— Film Reference) 406 

Military Instruction — Part II — The Stages of Instruction— Preparation 

TF 21-2302 (12 min— 1956— Film Reference) 406 

Military Instruction — Part II — The Stages of Instruction — Presentation 

TF 21-2303 (12 min— 1956— Film Reference) 406 

Military Instruction— Part II— The Stages of Instruction— Application, 
Examination and Review or Critique 

TF 21-2304 (20 min— 1956— Film Reference) 406 

Military Instruction — Part III — Training Aids 

TF 21-2305 (23 min— 1956— Film Reference) 406 

Military Instruction — Part IV — Speech Techniques 

TF 21-2306 (11 min— 1956— Film Reference) 400 

Character Guidance Program, The 

TF 16-2695 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference) 393 

27. MEDICAL (Troop Training— Individual Health and Sanitation; 
First Aid; Disease Control; Anatomy and Physiology; Pro- 
fessional — Hospital and Field Service; Rehabilitation and 
Physical Medicine; Neuropsychiatry and Neurology; Surgi- 
cal and Dental; Veterinary Service) 

For Bynopiti* 
see page So. 

TROOP TRAINING 
Individual Health and Sanitation 

Personal Hygiene 

Tl' 8-l()05 (:iO min — 1950— Film Reference) - 357 

Our Food and Our Health 

TF 8-1470 (15 min— 1948— Color— Film Reference) 360 

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CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For tifnopnU 
see page A'o. 

Strictly Personal (WAC) 

TF 8-2093 (36 min— 1945— Film Reference) 360 

General Effects of Heat on Man 

TF S-1691 (21 mill— 1951— Film Reference) 358 

Personal Health in Snow and Extreme Cold 

TF 8-1297 (19 min— 1944— Film Reference) 353 

Cold Weather Uniforms 

FB 10-254 (25 min— 1953— Film Reference) 220 

Frostbite— I 

MF 8-8235 (5 min— 1955) __ 233 

Frostbite— n 

MF 8-8236 (5 min— 1955) 233 

Purification of Water 

TF 8-1816 (20 min— 1955) 359 

Portable Water Purification Equipment 

FS 5-108 (1952— Sound) 433 

Sanitation Techniques in Rat Control 

TF S-1672 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Insect Repellent— I 

MF S-8229 (4 min— 1955)... 233 

Insect Repellent — II 

MF 8-8230 (4 min— 1955) 233 

Insect Repellent— III 

MF 8-8231 (4 min— 1954) 233 

Native Food Hazards — Part I 

MF 8-8232 (3 min— 1954) 233 

Native Food Hazards — Part II 

MF 8-8233 (3 min— 1954) 233 

Native Food Hazards — Part III 

MF 8-8234 (3 min— 1954) 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part I 

MF 8-8237 (4 min— 1954) 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part II 

MF 8-8238 (4 min— 1954) 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part III 

MF 8-8239 (5 min— 1954) 233 

WAC Physical Fitness 

FS 8-96 (1944— Sound) 436 

Body Armor (U) 

MF 3-7908 (8 min— 1951— Limited distribution— Further distribution 

must be authorized by OSG— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 228 

First Aid 

Medical Effects of Nerve Gas 

PMF 5292 (27 min— 1955— Film Reference) 313 

Artificial Respiration — The Back-Pressure Arm-Lift Method 

MF 8-7996 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference— From Navy Film MF 7484). 232 

93 



MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For $i/nop»i» 
tee page Ko. 

Dressing, First Aid, Individual 

SFS 8-18S (7 inin— 1955— Sound) 438 

First Aid — Transportation of Casualties 

FS 8-71 (1913— Film Reference). 436 

Ski Safety — First Aid and Emergency Repair of Equipment 

TF 7-681 (41 min— 1942— Film Reference) 345 

Motor Vehicle First Aid Kit 

FS 8-104 (10 min— 1954— Sound) 438 

Bandaging — Part I: Triangular Bandage 

FS 8-101 (1945— Film Reference) 436 

Bandaging — Part II: Roller Bandages 

FS 8-102 (1945— Film Reference) 436 

Applying the Army Leg Splints 

FS 8-99 (1945— Film Reference) - - 436 

Snake Bite Kit, Suction, in Plastic Carrying Case 

FS 8-191 (11 min— 1954— Sound) 438 

Control of Hemorrhage 

TF 8-2539 (20 min— 1958— Color— Film Reference) 362 

First Aid — Part I — Major Wounds and Fractures 

TF 8-2292 (33 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference— Replaces TF 8-1571 

previously declared obsolete) 360 

First Aid — Part II — Everyday Emergencies 

TF 8-2293 (29 min— 1956— Film Reference— Replaces TF 8-1581 which is 

obsolete) - 360 

Disease Control 

Clinical Malaria 

TF 8-1378 (26 min— 1944— Film Reference) - 354 

Silent Battle 

MF 8-1046 (45 min — 1944— Film Reference — From Australian Film 
ACS) ---- - 231 

Malaria Control on Corsica 

FB 8-200 (13 min— 1945— Film Reference) 217 

Organized Mosquito Control 

MF 8-8675 (15 min— 1956— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 234 

Control of Mosquito-borne Diseases 

TF 8-1495 (19 min— 1948— Film Reference) -. 356 

Bednetting — Part I 

MF 8^8240 (5 min— 1954) - 233 

Bednetting— Part II 

MF 8-8241 (5 min— 1954). 233 

Plague Control 

MF 8-1248 (22 min— 1946 — Color— Film Reference— From Navy Film 

MN-4049)-. -- 231 

The Rat Problem 

TF 8-1669 (25 min— 1950— Film Reference) 357 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat -Part I: The Norway Rat 

Tl' 8-1670 (28 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

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CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For synopsis 
see page No. 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat— Part II: The Roof Rat 

TF 8-17G1 (13 mill— 1950— Film Reference) 359 

Sanitation Techniques in Rat Control 

TF 8-1672 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 368 

Practical Rat Control — Ratproofing 

TF 8-1673 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference... 358 

Practical Rat Control— Rat Killing 

TF 8-1674 (37 min— 1951— Film Reference) ._ 358 

Rat Ectoparasite Control 

TF 8-1675 (12 min— 1951— Film Reference) 358 

DDT in the Control of Household Insects 

TF 8-1468 (17 min— 1948— Film Reference) 356 

Control of Louse-borne Disease 

TF 8-1467 (15 min— 1946— Film Reference) 356 

Schistosomiasis (Snail Fever) 

MF 8-1230 (10 min— 1945) _ 231 

Sandfly Control 

PMF 5028 (33 min— 1947— Color— Film Reference) 303 

Hemorrhagic Fever — Clinical Features 

PMF 5301 (45 min— 1955— Color) 313 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part I — Distribution Patterns of Lesions 

in the Diagnosis of Skin Diseases 

FS 8-113 (15 min— 1956— Color— Sound) 436 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part II — The Sweat Glands in Health and 

Disease 
FS 8-114 (18 min— 1957— Color— Sound— Distribution to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS) 436 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part III — Bacterial Skin Infections 

FS 8-115 (18 min— 1957— Color— Sound— Distribution to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS) 436 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part IV — Dermatitis and Allergy 

FS 8-116 (18 min— 1957— Color— Sound— Distribution to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS) 437 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part V — Superficial Fungus Infection 
SFS 8-117 (18 min — 1957 — Color — Sound — Distribution primarily to 

Central Film and Equipment Exchanges) 437 

Portable Water Purification Equipment 

FS 5-108 (1952— Sound) 433 

Mess Sanitation — Part 1 

MF 8-8237 (4 min— 1954) 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part II 

MF 8-8238 (4 min— 1954).. 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part III 

MF 8-8239 (5 min— 1954) 233 

Important Diseases Common to the Tropics 

FS 8-148 (1951— Color— Film Reference) 437 



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MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For Kunop»i« 
tee page Ko. 

Anatomy and Physiology 

Mechanism of Breathing 

TF 8-1389 (11 mill — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 364 

The Heart and Circulation 

TF 8-1388 (10 niin — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 354 

The Heart — Cardiovascular Pressure Pulses and Electrocardiography 

PMF 5212 (35 min— 1952— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 312 

Electrocardiography 

PMF 5166 (10 min— 194^— Color— Film Reference).. 310 

Digestion of Foods 

TF 8-1390 (10 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 354 

Inside the Cell — Part I: Enzymes in Intracellular Chemistry 

PMF 5077A (40 min— 1949— Color) 305 

Inside the Cell — Part II: Regulation of Enzymes 

PxMF 5077B (43 min— 1952— Color).. 305 

Control of Body Temperature 

TF 8-1391 (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 355 

Heat Disorders — Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, and Heat Cramps 

PMF 5167 (25 min— 1952) 310 

The Work of the Kidneys 

TF 8-1392(11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 355 

Presacral Pneumonography 

PMF 5289 (10 min— 1954— Color— Film Reference) 312 

Embryology of the Liver, Gallbladder, and Pancreas 

OF 8-3 (18 min— 1952— Color— Film Reference) 223 

Hemorrhagic Fever — Clinical Features 

PMF 5301 (45 min— 1955— Color) 313 

The Nervous System 

TF 8-1393 (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 355 

Integrated Aspects of the Nervous System — Part I: Motor System 

PMF 5182A (47 min— 1951— Color).. 310 

Clinical Shock 

PMF 5108 (48 min— 1952).. 306 

The Eyes and Their Care 

TF 8-1394 (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 355 

Endocrine Glands 

TF 8-1395 (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 355 

Body Defenses Against Disease 

TF 8-1396 (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 355 

Human Reproduction 

TF 8-1786 (22 min— 1953— Film Reference— Commercial Adaptation)... 359 

The Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb— Part I: Physics -Physical 
Destruction — Casualty Effects 

PMF 5058 (32 min— 1950— Color) - 304 

Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb— Part H; Pathology and the Clinical 
Problem 

PMF 5148 (37 min— 1950 — Color — Technical film for iirofessionnl per- 
sonnel only) - 309 

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CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For gynopxiH 
$ee page No, 

Control of Hemorrhage 

TF 8-2539 (20 min— 1958— Color— Film Reference). 362 

Anatomy and Physiology 

FS 8-79 (1944— Color) _ 4:50 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Digestive System 

FS 8-134 (13 min— 1952— Color 43G 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Endocrine System 

FS 8-130 (15 min— 1953— Sound— Color) 437 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Lymphatic System 

FS 8-132 (8 min— 1953— Somid— Color) 437 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Male Reproductive System 

FS 8-136 (9 min— 1953— Color— Sound) 436 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Muscular System 

FS 8-129 (11 min— 1954— Sound— Color) 437 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Respiratory System 

FS 8-154 (12 min— 1953— Color) -.. 437 

Anatomy and Physiology^ — The Skeletal System 

FS 8-131 (21 min— 1955— Sound— Color) 437 

Anatomy and Physiology — The Urinary System 

FS 8-133 (9 min— 195G— Sound— Color— Film Reference) 437 

PROFESSIONAL 

Hospital and Field Service 

The US Medical Team (Medical Recruiting) 

MF 20-8422 (15 min— 1955) - 264 

General Hospital 

FB 8-203 (12 min— 1945— Film Reference) 217 

Fire and Your Hospital 

IMF 8-8149 (23 min— 1953— Film Reference— Commercial Adaptation).. 232 

The Evacuation Hospital 

FB 8-173 (13 min— 1945— Film Reference) 217 

The Hospital Ward Team 

TF 8-1944 (23 min— 1955— Film Reference) .- -- 360 

Nurses in the Army 

MF 8-8564 (27 min-1955) 234 

Nursing in the Tropics 

PMF 5144 (29 min— 1952) 308 

Heat Disorders — Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, and Heat Cramps 

PMF 5167 (25 min— 1952) 310 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part I: Introduction 

TF 8-1841 (16 min— 1953— Film Reference) 360 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training— Part II: The Individual 

TF 8-1576 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) 357 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training— Part III: Equipment 

TF 8-1577 (12 min— 1950— Film RofonMico) ^^57 

Hospital Food Service Training — Part IV: Serving Food 

TF S-157S (15 min— 1950— Color— Film Reference) 357 

494599""— 59 7 "' 



MED CATEGORY INDEX 



For ftinopnU 
tee page So. 



Operating Room Procedures 

TF 8-2383 (21 luin— 1957 — Color — Distribution primarily to Central Film 
and Ec|uipnient Exchanges at Army Hospitals — From Air Force Film 
TF 1-S149) 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part I — Cleaning the Patients Unit and Making 
Unoccupied Bed 

TF 8-2471 (15 niin— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Basic Care of Patients— Part II— The Bed Bath 

TF 8-2472 (17 niin— 1957— Film Reference; 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part III — Making an Occupied Bed 

TF 8-2473 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part IV — Physical Comforts 

TF 8-2474 (11 min— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part V — Feeding the Patient 

TF 8-2475 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Basic Care of Patients— Part VI— The Enema 

TF 8-2476 (10 min— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part VII — Sterile Techniques 

TF 8-2477 (13 min— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part VIII — Pre-operative Care 

TF 8-2478 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference) - - - 361 

Basic Care of Patients — Part IX — Post-operative Care 

TF 8-2479 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference) 361 

Prevention of Cold Injuries 

TF 8-2524 (20 min— 195S— Film Reference— Replaces FB 8-180 and TF 

8-1690 which are obsolete) - - - 362 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part I: Morning Care 

TF 8-1343 (7 min— 1944— Film Reference— Froni Navy Film MX-1511-B) 354 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part II: Evening Care 

TF 8-1344 (7 min- 1944— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN- 

1511-E) 354 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part III: Post-operative Care 

TF 8-1345 (13 min— 1944— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN- 

151 1-H). - 354 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part IV: Temperature, Pulse, and 

Respiration 
TF S-1346 (15 min— 1944 — Film Reference — From Navy Film MN- 

1511-1).-- .yjJ,.i' 354 

Care of the Sick and Injured — Chain of Asepsis 

TF 8-1460 (30 min— 1945— From Navy Film MN-lSll-F) 356 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Enemas 

TF 8-1383 (20 min— 1944 — Film Reference— From Nnw Fil"- ^f^'- 

161 1-V) - - ;>54 

Care of the Sick and Injured— Enemy Bacteria 

TF S-1401 (29 min— 1945— Color— Film Reference— From Navy Film 

MN-1511-L) - - 356 

Hospital Sanitation 

TF S-1708 (14 min— 1951— Film Reference) -- 359 



CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For Hi/tioitMiH 
gee paye No. 

Nursing Care in Poliomyelitis 

TF 8-1000 (70 rain — 1951 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial Adap- 
tation) - 357 

Ward Care of Pneumonia Patients 

TF 8-1050 (23 min— 1950— Film Reference) 357 

Isolation Technique 

TF 8-1520 (18 min— 1948 — Film Reference— From Navy Film MN- 

151 1-X) 356 

Plaster Casts 

TF S-20S0 (38 min— 1948— Film Reference) 360 

Artificial Respiration — The Back-Pressure Arm-Lift Method 

MF 8-7990 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference— From Navy Film MF 7484). 232 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat — Part I: The Norway Rat 

TF 8-1670 (28 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat — Part U: The Roof Rat 

TF 8-1071 (13 min— 1950~Film Reference) 358 

Hypodermic Needles and Syringes — Their Care and Function 
TF 8-1300 (16 min — 1944 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial Adap- 
tation) - 354 

Army Medical Laboratories (World War II) 

FB 8-217 (38 min— 1947) 218 

Atomic Medical Cases — Japan — WW II 

PMF5143 (37 min— 1949— Film Reference) 308 

Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb — Part I: Physics — Physical De- 
struction — Casualty Effects 

PMF 5058 (32 min— 1950— Color) 304 

Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb — Part II: Pathology and the Clinical 

Problem 
PMF 5148 (37 min — 1950 — Color — Technical film for professional per- 
sonnel onl v) , — ,.- 309 

-i" i ; 1 - 

Medical Effects of Nerve Gas 

PMF 5292 (27 min— 1955— Film Reference) 313 

Medical Effects of Nuclear Radiation 

MF 8-7897 (21 min— 1952— Color— Film Reference) 232 

Medical Service in the Jungle 

FB 8-147 (20 min— 1944— Film Reference) 217 

Medical Service in the Infantry Division — Part I — The Medical Company, 
Infantry Regiment 

GF 8-1 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference). 223 

Medical Service of the Infantry Division — Part II — The Medical Bat- 
talion 

GF 8-2 (18 min— 1953— Film Reference) 223 

Medical Service of the Infantry Division — To Conserve the Fighting 
Strength 

TF 8-1703 (25 min— 1952— Film Reference) 359 

Medical Service of the Airborne Division — To Conserve the Fighting 
Strength 

TF 8-1765 (28 min— 1952— Film Reference) -.- 359 

99 



MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For nynopiit 
»te pagf S'o. 

Evacuation of the Wounded 

FB S-132 (15 uiin— 1944— Film Reference)... 217 

Evacuation of Casualties 

TF 8-1683 (33 min— 1952— Film Reference) 358 

Transportation of Casualties 

TF 8-1705 (26 min— 1951— FUm Reference) 358 

Aeromedical Evacuation 

MF 8-8212 (38 min— 1954— From Air Force Film TF 1-4833) 232 

Medical Planning for a Task Force Operation ' 

TF 8-1761 (32 min— 1952— Film Reference) 359' 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) 257 

Pitching and Striking the Sectional Hospital Tent 

FS 8-105 (1947— Sound) 436 

Ward Management and Nursing — Part I: Ward Management. Tempera- 
ture, Pulse, Respiration, Bed Making, and Bathing 

FS 8-81 (1944) 436 

The Surgical Dressing Carriage 

FS 8-138 (15 min— 1955— Sound) 437 

Technique and Sites for Subcutaneous and Intramuscular Injections 

FS 8-198 (31 min— 1954— Sound) 438 

First Aid — Transportation of Casualties 

FS 8-71 (1943— Film Reference) 436 

Smallpox Vaccination 

FS 8-106 (1947—Color— Sound) 436 

Diseases of the Mouth 

FS 8-100 (1945— Color— Film Reference)... 436 

Dressing, First Aid, Individual 

SFS 8-1 88 (7 min— 1955— Sound) 438 

Bandaging — Part I: Triangular Bandage 

FS 8-101 (1945) 436 

Bandaging — Part II: Roller Bandages 

FS 8-102 (1945) 436 

Dental Kit, Emergency Field 

FS 8- 1 85 (6 min— 1 954— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 438 

Medical Kit, Individual 

FS 8-187 (14 min— 1954— Sound— Film Reference) 438 

Medical Certification of Causes of Death 

FS 8-184 (1952— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) .- 438 

Management of Burns — Part I — Supportive Care 

PMF o31S (IS min— 1958— Color) 313 

Management of Burns — Part II — Local Care 

PMF 5319 (15 min— 1958— Color) - 314 

Resuscitative Care of the Severely Wounded 

TF 8-2198 (24 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference) .,__. -. oOU 



leo 



CATEGORY INDEX MED 



For nynoitniH 
see page No. 



Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine 



Rehabilitation in the European Theater of Operations 

MF 8-1081 (29 min— 1944— Film Reference) 231 

Swinging Into Step 

TF 8-2083 (33 min— 1945— Film Reference).. 360 

Half a Chance 

MF 8-1254 (11 min— 1946— Film Reference) 232 

The Sky is the Limit 

MF 8-1249 (12 min— 1946— Color— Film Reference— Commercial Adap- 
tation) 232 

Diary of a Sergeant 

MF 8-1129 (23 min— 1945— Film Reference) 231 

To Hear Again 

PMF 5052 (38 min— 1947— Film Reference) 304 

Speech Reading 

TF 8-1706 (28 min— 1952— Film Reference) 359 

Dynamic Physical Reconditioning 

PMF 5059 (13 min— 1948) 304 

Convalescent Care and Rehabilitation of Patients With Injury to Spinal 
Cord (Surgery and Physical Medicine) 

PMF 5015 (41 min— 1940— Color) 302 

Introduction to Occupational Therapy 

PMF 5227 (20 min— 1954) 312 

Occupational Therapy in Problems of Motion 

PMF 5116B (23 min— 1950— Film Reference) 307 

Time Out: Occupational Therapy in Tuberculosis 

PMF 5116A (26 min— 1949— Film Reference) 307 

Therapeutic Exercise — Introduction 

PMF 5034 (17 min— 1947— Film Reference) 303 

Therapeutic Exercise — Orthopedics 

PMF 5051 (28 min— 1947). 304 

Therapeutic Exercise — Peripheral Nerve Injuries 

PMF 5053 (16 min— 1947) 304 

Therapeutic Exercise — Thoracic Surgery 

PMF 5056 (29 min— 1947) -l..'l_'l'.— .J. 304 

Journey to Reality (Occupational Therapy for Acute Psychotics) 

PMF 5116C (40 min— 1950— Film Reference) 307 

Physical Therapy in the Treatment of Amputations — Part I: Massage, 
Exercise, and Bandaging 

FS8-85 (1945) 436 

Psychiatric Interview Techniques — (U) Part I thru Part XXI 

PMF 5152A through 5152U (1950— Very limited dLstribvition to pertinent 
army medical installations — These filras are classified CONFIDEN- 
TIAL) 310 

Neuropsychiatry and Neurology 

Combat Psychiatry — The Division Psychiatrist 

PMF 5300 (33 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 7499B) 313 

101 



MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For nynopnit 
aft page So. 

Combat Psychiatry — The Battalion Medical OflScer 

PMF 5299 (37 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 7499A) 313 

Psychiatric Procedure in Combat Area 

FB 8-184 (47 min— 1945— Film Reference) 217 

The Feeling of Hostility 

PMF 5142 (31 min— 1951— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 308 

The Feeling of Rejection 

PMF 5141 (21 mill— 1951— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 308 

Let There Be Light (Neuropsychiatry) 

PMF 5019 (58 mill— 1940— Film Reference) 302 

Shades of Grey 

PMF 5047 (66 min— 1948— Film Reference) 304 

Care of the Sick and Injured— The NP Patient 

TF 8-1428 (28 min — 1945 — Film Reference — From Navy Film 

MN 151 1-R) 355 

Ward Care of Psychotic Patients 

TF 8-2090 (41 min— 194.5— Film Reference) 360 

Time Out: Occupational Therapy in Tuberculosis 

PMF 5116A (26 min— 1949— Film Reference) 307 

Occupational Therapy in Problems of Motion 

PMF 5116B (23 min— 1950— Film Reference) 307 

Journey to Reality (Occupational Therapy for Acute Psychotics) 

PMF5116C (40 min— 1950— Film Reference) 307 

Abnormal Involuntary Movements 

PMF 5037 (24 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 303 

Disorders of Gait 

PMF 5039 (27 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 303 

Reflexes 

PMF 5041 (26 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 303 

Facial Palsy 

PMF 5044 (22 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 303 

Trigeminal, Spinal Accessory and Hypoglossal Nerve 

PMF 5040 (16 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 303 

Heriditary Ataxia 

PMF 5140 (31 min— 1949— Color) 308 

Medical, Surgical, and Dental 

Preparation and Staining of Blood Slides 

PMF 5000 (18 min— 1947— Color— Film Reference) 301 

Colostomy Closure (End-to-end Anastomosis) 

PMF 5001 (13 min- 1947) 301 

Abdominal Colostomy Closure — Pauchet Method 

PMF 5002 (9 min— 1947— Color) 302 

Intra-abdominal Closure Descending Colon Colostomy (Herniations and 
Multiple Openings) 

PMF 5004 (15 min -1947— Color) 302 

Simple Closure of an Abdominal Colostomy 

PMF 5005 (7 mill— 1947— Color) ,..^ 302 

102 



CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For aunoiiiiiH 
see page No. 

Intra-abdominal Colostomy Closures (Right and Left Side) 

PMF 5007 (9 mill— 1947— Color) - 302 

Management of Abdominal Colostomies (Intraperitoneal Closure) 

PMF 5008 (22 min— 1947— Color) 302 

Operation for Varicocele 

PMF 5009 (5 min— 1947— Color) - 302 

Thoracic Surgery — Part I: Hemothorax With Consideration of Specific 
Remedial Breathing Exercises (Surgery and Physical Medicine) 

PMF 5016 (39 min— 1946— Color) 302 

Thoracic Surgery — Part III: Foreign Bodies in the Pericardium and Heart 

PMF 5018 (50 min— 1946— Color) 302 

Removal of Magnetic Foreign Bodies from the Eye — Acceptable tech- 
nique — Handling of detached retina case 

PMF 5020 (14 min— 1946— Color) 302 

Complicated Amputations — Case Reports 

PMF 502G (54 min— 1946) - 302 

Schistosomiasis (Professional Technical Version) 

PMF 5027 (27 min— 1947— Color— Film Reference) 303 

Sandfly Control 

PMF 5028 (33 min— 1947— Color-Film Reference) -- 303 

The Preparation and Insertion of Tantalum Plate (Cranium Insert) 

PMF 5030 (30 min— 1946— Color— Film Reference) 303 

Below Knee Amputation 

PMF 5031 (14 min— 1946— Color) --- 303 

Technique of Open Amputation 

PMF 5033 (11 min— 1946— Color) - - 303 

Arthropod-borne Virus Encephalitides 

PMF 5048 (34 min— 1947) 304 

Peripheral Nerve Surgery — Part I: Sciatic Nerve 

PMF 5061 (33 min— 1947— Color) 304 

Cineplastic Operation 

PMF 5062 (18 min— 1947— Color) 304 

Anterior Acrylic Bridgework 

PMF 5063 (39 min— 1946— Color— From Navy Film MN 4352A, B, & C) _. 30^, 

Management and Technique of Pulmonary Lobectomy 

PMF 5065 (31 min— 1947— Color) 304 

An Electrodiagnostic Procedure 

PMF 5066 (21 min— 1947— Color)... 305 

Repair of Recto-urethral Fistula 

PMF 5068 (3 min— 1947— Color) 305 

Simple Anterior Closure of Transverse Colostomy (Right Side) 

PMF 5069 (23 min— 1947— Color) 305 

Simple Anterior Closure of Colostomy 

PMF 5070 (10 min— 1947— Color) 305 

Pinta 

PMF 5071 (18 min— 1948— Color) - 305 

Construction of Screw Lock Sectional Splint 

PMF 5073 (17 min— 1947— Color) 305 

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MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For nynopiiis 
tee page So. 

Reconstruction of the Lower Lip and Chin 

PMF 5075 (20 niin— 1947— Color) 305 

Lumbar Sympathectomy (Ganglionectomy) 

PMF 5076 (33 min— 1948— Color— Film Reference) 305 

Inside the Cell — Part I: Enzymes in Intracellular Chemistry 

PMF 5077A (40 min— 1949— Color) 305 

Inside the Cell — Part II: Regulation of Enzymes 

PMF 5077B (43 min— 1952— Color) 305 

Transplantation and Anastomosis of Radial Nerve 

PMF 5081 (9 min— 1948— Color) 305 

Peroneal Nerve Anastomosis at the Knee 

PMF 5088 (7 min— 1948— Color) 306 

Arteriovenous Fistula (Posterior Tibial Vessels) 

PMF 5094 (18min— 1948— Color) 30G 

Neurorrhaphy of Median and Ulnar Nerves in the Left Forearm 

PMF 5096 (14 min— 1948— Color) 306 

Technique of Tantalum Cranioplasty 

PMF 5097 (40 min— 1948— Color) 306 

Neurorrhaphy of Median and Ulnar Nerves in Midarm 

PMF 5102 (12 min— 1948— Color) 300 

Arterial Disorders in the Upper Extremity and Their Treatment by Sym- 
pathectomy 

PM F 5103 (30 min— 1950— Color) 306 

Partial Neurorrhaphy of the Sciatic Nerve in the Buttock 

PMF 5104 (12 min— 1946— Color) 306 

Radioactivity — Laboratory Demonstrations 

PMF 5110 (17 min— 1949— Color) 306 

Cushing's Experiment in the Dog 

PMF 5111 (14 min— 1949— Color) 306 

Respiratory Reflexes Demonstrated in the Rabbit 

PMF 5112 (13 min— 1949— Color) _ 306 

Reflexes from the Carotid Bodies and Sinuses in the Dog 

PMF 5113 (19 min— 1949— Color) 306 

Rickettsiae — Laboratory Procedure for Their Isolation and Identification 

PMF 5114 (47 min— 1949— Color— Film Reference) 307 

Urease Crystallization 

PMF 5115 (6 min— 1948) 307 

Time Out: Occupational Therapy in Tuberculosis 

PMF 5116A (20 min— 1949— Film RrfiTcnci")-- - 307 

Occupational Therapy in Problems of Motion 

PMF5116H (23 min— 1950— Film Roft-rfnce) 807 

Journey to Reality (Occupational Therapy for Acute Psychotics) 

PMF5116C (40 min— 1950— Film Kcf.niicc) - 307 

Tibial Nerve Anastomosis In the Lower Calf 

PMF 5117 (8 min— 1949— Color). -...,-.^. 307 

The Diagnosis of Peripheral Nerve Injuries 

I'MF 5118 (16 min— 1949— Color) 307 

104 



CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For Hi/nofiMiH 
see page No. 

Ascariasis (Infestation with Ascarids) 

PMF 5124 (13 min— 1949) :307 

Liver Fluke Disease in Sheep (Fascioliasis) 

PMF 5125 (13 min— 1949) 307 

Bilharziasis in Water Fowl 

PMF 5126 (18 min— 1949)- 307 

Method of Repair of Posterior Tibial Nerve 

PMF 5132 (10 niin— 1949— Color— Film Reference) _ 307 

Ulnar Nerve and Soft Tissue Defect and Simultaneous Repair In the 

Forearm 

PMF 5133 (10 min— 1950— Color) _ 307 

Benign Dental Tumors 

PMF 5136 (29 min— 1950— Color) 308 

Malignant Oral Tumors 

PMF 5137 (40 min— 1950— Color— Film Reference) 308 

Hereditary Ataxia 

PMF 5140 (31 min— 1949— Color)... ___ 308 

Atomic Medical Cases — Japan — WW II 

PMF 5143 (37 min— 1949— Film Reference— per list No. 86— Withdrawn 
from sale through United States Films, Inc.) __ 308 

The Radioisotope — Part I: Fundamentals of Radioactivity 

PMF 5145A (59 min— 1951). _ 308 

The Radioisotope — Part II: Properties of Radiation 

PMF 5145B (68 min— 1952) _ 308 

The Radioisotope — Part III: Practical Procedures of Measurement 

PMF 5145C (48 min— 1951) _-. 309 

The Radioisotope — Part IV: Methodology 

PMF 5145D (40 min— 1951). 309 

The Radioisotope — Part V: The Physical Principles of Radiological 
Safety, Sections I and II 

PMF 5145E (Sec I, 25 min— Sec II, 26 min— Total of 51 min— 1954) 309 

The Radioisotope — Part VI: The Practice of Radiological Safety 

PMF 5145F (33 min— 1952) - 309 

The Radioisotope — Part XII: Agricultural Research 

PMF 5147B (40 min— 1952) .._ - 300 

The Radioisotope — Part XIII: General Sciences 

PMF 5147C (46 min— 1952) - 309 

Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb — Part I: Physics— Physical De- 
struction — Casualty Effects 

PMF 5058 (32 min— 1950— Color).. 304 

The Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb— Part II: Pathology and the 
Clinical Problem 

PMF 5148 (37 min— 1950— Color— Technical film for professional per- 
sonnel only) 309 

Rheumatoid Arthritis of Spine 

PMF 5163 (34 min— 1951) - 310 

Electrocardiography 

PMF 5166 (10 min— 1949— Color— Film Reference) 310 

105 



MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For i>i/Hop»U 
*ee page So. 

Heat Disorders — Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, and Heat Cramps 

PMF 5167 (25 niin— 1952) 310 

Fractures — An Introduction 

TF 8-1586 (27 niiii— 1949 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)... 367 

The Surgical Treatment of Carotid Body Sensitivity in Man 

PMF 5171 (20 min— 1951— Color) 310 

Gelfoam in Surgery 

PMF 5175 (27 min — 1949 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial AdapU- 

tion)-. - 310 

The Diagnosis of Surgical Lesions of Alimentary Tract — Part H: Special 

Techniques and Apparatus 

PMF 5177B (21 min— 1951) 310 

Integrated Aspects of the Nervous System — Part I: Motor System 

PMF 5182A (47 min— 1951— Color) 310 

Intramaxillary Loop Wiring in Treatment of Jaw Fractures 

PMF 5188 (28 min— 1951— Color) 310 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Removal of Impacted Mandibular Third Molar 

by Controlled Sectioning 

PMF 5189 (10 min — 1952— Color)... 310 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Excision of Chronic Periapical Infections 

PMF 5191 (8 min— 1952— Color) 310 

Synovectomy of the Knee for Rheumatoid Arthritis 

PMF 5193 (10 min— 1951— Color)-. _ 311 

Intramedullary Fixation of the Femur 

PMF 5196 (23 min— 1951— Color) 311 

Breast Cancer 

PMF 5200 (34 min— 1951— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 311 

Cancer — The Problem of Early Diagnosis 

PMF 5201 (31 min— 1951 — Color — Commercial Adaptation) 311 

Operative Procedure for Total Urinary Incontinence 

PMF 5202 (21 mill— 1952— Color) 311 

Caesarean Section — Extraperitoneal Pfannensteil Incision 

PMF 5203 (23 rain— 1952— Color).. 311 

Caesarean Hysterectomy (Porro) 

PMF 5204 (17 min— 1952— Color) 311 

Caesarean Section — Extraperitoneal with Cherney Modification 

PMF 5200 (23 min— 1952— Color) 311 

Caesarean Section, Low Cervical Paramedian Incision 

PMF 5207B (22 min— 1952— Color) 311 

Thoracic Surgery — Thorcoplasty, 1st Stage and 2d Stage In the Treatment 

of Pulmonary Tuberculosis 

PMF 5208 (23 min— 1951— Color) 311 

Thoracic Surgery — Lobectomy, Right Upper and Middle Lobes, in the 

Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis 

PMF 5209 (22 min— 1952 Color) 311 

Thoracic Surgery — Decortication in the Treatment of Tuberculosis Pleuritis 
PMF 5210 (23 min- 1952— Color) - 311 



106 



CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For MiinoiiniM 
Hce page So. 

Thoracic Surgery — Excision Tuberculoma, Rigiit Lower Lobe, and Tho- 
racolumbar Sympathectomy 

PMF 5211 (10 min— 1952— Color) 312 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Alveolectomy After Multiple Extraction of Teeth 

PMF 5217 (G min— 1952— Color) 312 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Alveolectomy in Extraction of Isolated Teeth -■ 

PMF 5218 (11 min— 1952— Color) 312 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Alveolectomy and Multiple Pathology 

PMF 5219 (18 min— 1952— Color)-.. 312 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Excision of Mandibular Tori 

PMF 5220 (12 min— 1952— Color)... 312 

Dento-alveolar Surgery, Excision of Gingival Hypertrophy 

PMF 5221 (6 min— 1952— Color) 312 

Caesarean Sections 

PMF 5220 (43 min— 1953— Color) _ 312 

The Army Dental Service (For Recruiting Dental Personnel) 

MF 12-8732 (26 min— 1957— Color) 244 

Dental Activities, Walter Reed Army Medical Center 

PMF 5229 (18 min— 1953— Color— Film Reference) 312 

Dental Health 

TF 8-2579 (17 min— 1958— Replaces TF a-2096 which is obsolete) 362 

Dental Kit, Emergency Field 

FS 8-185 (6 min— 1954— Somid— Commercial Adaptation) 438 

Uterine Cancer: The Problem of Early Diagnosis 

PMF 5230 (21 min— 1952— Color— Commercial Adaptation). 312 

Presacral Pneumonography 

PMF 5289 (10 min— 1954— Coloi— Film Reference) 312 

Medical Effects of Nerve Gas 

PMF 5292 (27 min — 1955— Distribution to central film libraries and ex- 
changes in COXUS and overseas — Film Reference) 313 

Debridement — Part I — Multiple Soft Tissue Wounds 

PMF 5304 (12 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference)... 313 

Debridement — Part II — Wounds of the Extremities 

PMF 5305 (33 min— 1956— Color— Film Reference) 313 

Clinical Malaria 

TF 8-137S (26 min— 1944— Film Reference) 354 

Physiology of Anoxia — The Basis of Inhalation Therapy 

TF 8-1429 (Technical film for professional personnel only— 22 min— 

1945 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 355 

Oxygen Therapy Procedures 

TF 8-1430 (36 min— 1945— Commercial Adaptation) 355 

Plaster Casts 

TF 8-2080 (38 min— 1948- Film Reference) 360 

The Medical Examination — Part I: Importance 

TF 8-1536 (19 min— 1949— Film Reference) - 357 

The Medical Examination — Part II: History 

TF 8-1537 (17 min— 1950— Film Reference) :>57 



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MED CATEGORY INDEX 

aeepofff Ifo. 
The Medical Examination — Part III: Examination 
TF 8-1538 (17 niin— 1950— Film Reft-rence) 357 

Resuscitatire Care of the Severely Wounded 

TF 8-2198 (24 min— 1957— Coloi— Film Reference) 360 

The US Medical Team (Medical Recruiting) 

MF 20-8422 (15 min — 1955 — Diptribution limited to central film libraries 
in COXrS) _ 264 

Organized Mosquito Control 

MF 8-8675 (15 min — 1956 — Color — Distribution to central film and equip- 
ment exxhanges in CON US and major oversea commands for Medical 
Service personnel — Commercial Adaptation) 234 

Plague Control 

MF 8-1248 (22 min— 1946 — Color — Film Reference — From Navy Film 

MN 4049) 231 

The Effects of Atomic Bomb Explosions 

MF 20-7815 (21 min — 1951 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons Proj- 
ect) 260 

The Medical Effects of Nuclear Radiation 

MF 8-7897 (21 min— 1952— Color— Film Reference) 232 

Diseases of the Mouth 

FS 8-100 (1945— Color— Film Reference) 436 

Clinical Ophthalmoscopy (Normal Fundus, Development and Senile 
Changes, Anemia, Polychthemia) 

FS 8-122 (Sound— Color— 1951) 437 

Clinical Ophthalmoscopy (Thrombosis, Embolism, Arteriosclerosis, Hyper- 
tension) 

FS 8-123 (1951— Sound— Color) 437 

Clinical Ophthalmoscopy (Nephritis, Diabetes, Muscular Degeneration) 

FS 8-124 (1951— Sound— Color) 437 

Clinical Ophthalmoscopy (Retinochoroiditis, Tumor) 

FS 8-125 (1951— Sound— Color) 437 

Clinical Ophthalmoscopy (Primary Retinal Degeneration, Angioid Streaks, 
Diseases of the Optic Nerve) 

FS 8-126 (1951— Sound— Color) 437 

Clinical Ophthalmoscopy (Glaucoma, Trauma) 

FS 8-127 (1951— Sound— Color) 437 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part I — Distribution Patterns of Lesions In 

the Diagnosis of Skin Diseases 

FS 8-113 (15 min— 1956— Color— Sound) 430 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part II — The Sweat Glands in Health and 

Disease 
FS 8-114 (18 min— 1957— Color— Sound— Distribution to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS) 436 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part III — Bacterial Skin Infections 

FS 8 115 (18 mill— 1957— Color— Sound— Distribution to Central Film 

and E<iuii)mont Exclmngrs in CONUS and OS) 430 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part IV — Dermatitis and Allergy 

FS 8-116 (18 min— 1957— Color— Sound— Distribution to Central Film 

and E(|ui|)inrnt ExchnngcH in CONUS and OS) -- 437 

108 



CATEGORY INDEX MED 

For Minioi>sin 
HOC page No. 

Dermatology and Syphilology — Part V — Superficial Fungus Infection 

SFS 8-117 (18 mill — 1957— Color— Sound — Distribution primarily to 

Central Film and Equipment Exchanges) 4'.\7 

Physical Therapy in the Treatment of Amputations — Part I: Massage, 

Exercise, and Bandaging 

FS8-85 (1945) 436 

The Surgical Dressing Carriage 

FS 8-138 (15 min— 1955— Sound) 437 

Initial Surgery of Abdominal Wounds 

PMF 5306 (30 min— 1956— Color-Film Reference) 313 

Technique and Sites for Subcutaneous and Intramuscular Injections 

FS 8-198 (31 min— 1954— Sound) 438 

Radical Retroperitoneal Node Dissection in the Treatment of Testicular 

Tumors 
PMF5315(20min— 1957— Color) 313 

Heredity and Prenatal Development 

MF 8-8664 (21 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation). _._ 234 

Prenatal Care 

MF 8-8379 (23 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 233 

Labor and Childbirth 

MF 8-8222 (17 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 232 

A Normal Birth 

MF 8-8381 (12 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 234 

Baby Meets His Parents 

MF 8-8663 (11 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 234 

Postnatal Care 

MF 8-8380 (12 min— 1958— Commercial Adaptation) 233 

Human Growth 

MF 8-8665 (19 min— 1958— Color— Commercial Adaptation). 234 

Veterinary Service 

Veterinary Food Inspection Service — Part II: Theater of Operations 

FB 8-228 (15 min— 1949— Film Reference) 218 

The Stowaway — Part I: Disease and Personal Hygiene 

TF 8-1501 (17 min— 1948— Film Reference) 356 

The Stowaway — Part II: Galley Sanitation 

TF 8-1502 (24 min— 1948— Film Reference). 356 

The Stowaway — Part III: Food Storage 

TF 8-1503 (13 min— 1949— Film Reference). _-. 356 

Liver Fluke Disease in Sheep (Fascioliasis) 

PMF 5125 (13 min— 1949) - 307 

Ascariasis (Infestation with Ascarids) 

PMF 5124 (13 min— 1949) 307 

Bilharziasis in Water Fowl 

PMF 5126 (18min— 1949) --- 307 

Spread and Prevention of Trichinosis 

FS 8-111 (1948— Commercial Adaptation) .._ 436 

109 



MED CATEGORY INDEX 

For *vNop«i« 
•ee page So. 

Shell Egg Grading 

SFS 8-19') (22 inin— 1956— Color— Sound). 438 

Poultry Inspection 

FS 8-197 (27 mill— 1954— Sound— Film Reference).-. 438 

Fish Inspection — Part One — North Atlantic Fish 

FS 8-207 (7 min— 1956— Color— Souiul) 438 

Food Inspection — Oysters 

FS 8-208 (15 min— 1954— Sound) 438 

Veterinary Surveillance Inspection of Perishable Subsistence 

SFS 8-242 (21 min— 1958 — Color— Sonnrl) 438 

The Effect of Ionizing Radiation on Domestic Animals 

PMF 5316 (22 min— 1957— Distribution primarily to CFAEEs).. 313 

Behavior of Wild Norway Rats 

MF 8-8791 (28 min— 1957) 234 

Animals for Research 

PMF 5322 (28 min— 1958— Color) 314 

Rabies Control in the Community 

MF 8-8932 (12 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS, USAREUR, and EUSA— Commercial Adapta- 
tion) 234 

28. MILITARY JUSTICE For^ynopsU 

tee page No. 
Uniform Code of Military Justice 

TF 15-1920 (45 min— 1954 — Film Reference) 391 

The Investigating Officer 

TF 15-1946 (49 min— 1954— Film Reference) 391 

The General Court-Martial 

TF 15-1950 (73 min— 1954— Film Reference). 391 

The Summary Court-Martial 

TF 15-19G1 (45 min— 1954— Film Reference) 391 

Nonjudicial Punishment 

TF 15-1967 (26 min— 1954— Film Reference).. 391 

Rehabilitation of Military Prisoners 

TF 19-1608 (34 min— 1949— Film Reference) 398 

Nuremberg 

MF 45-7596 (76 min— 1949— Can be used only in its entirety) 280 

The Special Court-Martial 

TF 15-2358 (56 min— 1956— Film Reference).. 391 

29. MILITARY POLICE AND GUARD DUTY (Policing and guard 

duty; Criminal investigation) 

(For Weapons see INFANTRY: weapons) 

POLICING AND GUARD DUTY '',% pace's o. 

Military Police Story, The 

Fli 19-287 (33 min— 1954— Film Reference) - 221 

Military Police Headquarters 

TF 19-1794 (11 min— 1952— Film Reference) 400 

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CATEGORY INDEX MP 

For 8iinopnin 
see par/c \o. 

Military Police Services 

TF 19-1795 (9 min— 1952— Film Reference) 400 

Military Police Approach — Individuals 

TF 19-1790 (9 min— 1952— Film Reference) 400 

Military Police Approach — Vehicles 

TF 19-1797 (11 min— 1953— Film Reference) 400 

Military Police Town Patrol— Part I— Foot Patrols 

TF 19-2111 (36 min— 1956— Film Reference) 401 

Military Police Town Patrol — Part II — Motor Patrols 

TF 19-2112 (16 min— 1955— Film Reference) 401 

Military Police on Trains 

TF 19-1552 (34 min— 1949— Film Reference) 398 

Military Police Duties at TraflFic Accidents 

TF 19-1800 (20 min— 1953— Film Reference) 400 

Military Police Support in Amphibious Operations 

TF 19-1806 (14 miu— 1953— Film Reference) 400 

Booking of Military Offenders 

TF 19-1799 (17 min— 1952— Film Reference) 400 

Apprehension and Search of Persons 

TF 19-2287 (27 min— 1956— Film Reference) 402 

The Baseball Grenade (CN Riot Grenade M25) . , . „j 

FB 19-212 (6 min— 1945— Film Reference) J.-IH'-^ 221 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part I: Basic Principles 

TF 19-1634 (6 min— 1951— Film Reference) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part II: Failing 

TF 19-1634a (4 min— 1951— Film Reference) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part III: Throwing 

TF 19-1634b (7 min— 1951— Film Reference) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part IV: Follow Through 

TF 19-1634C (2 min— 1951— Film Reference) .. . 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part V: Defense Against Body Holds 

TF ia-1634d (8 min— 1951) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part VI: Defense Against Choke Holds 

TF 19-1634e (6 min— 1951) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part VII: Taking Prisoners 

TF 19-1634f (7 min— 1951) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part VIII: Defense Against Wrestling Holds 

TF 19-1634g (4 min— 1951) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part IX: Defense Against Knife or Club 

TF 19-1634h (9 min— 1951) 399 

Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part X: Offensive Use of the Police Riot Club 

TF 19-1634i (7 min— 1951) 399 

Guarding Against Sabotage 

TF 19-1740 (Revision of TF No. 19-2032—32 min— 1952— Film Refer- 
ence) 399 

Prevention of Pilferage — Part I: Depots and Warehouses 

TF 19-1610 (20 min— 1952— Film Reference) 398 

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For »ynop»U 
tee pant No. 

Prevention of Pilferage— Part II: On Ships and Wharves 

TF l^HiGl (31 niin— 1951— Film Reference) 399 

Industrial Plant Protection 

TF 1^1847 (29 min— 1953— Film Reference). 401 

Security Control, You Can Never Tell 

MF 19-S027 (40 min— 1952— Film Reference — From Navy Film MN 

6947) 257 

Guardhouse and Stockade — Part I — Processing Military Prisoners 

TF 19-1938 (29 min— 1954— Film Reference) 401 

Guardhouse and Stockade — Part II — Classification of Military Prisoners by 

Custody Grades 

TF 19-1939 (25 min— 1954— Film Reference) 401 

Guardhouse and Stockade — Part III — Security and Control 

TF 19-1940 (31 min— 1954— Film Reference) 401 

He's Your Prisoner 

TF 19-1500 (27 min— 1948— Film Reference) 398 

Rehabilitation of Military Prisoners 

TF 19-1608 (34 min— 1949— Film Reference) -- 398 

Support in Emergencies — Riot Control 

TF 19-1701 (29 min— 1951— Film Reference) 399 

Traffic Patrols and Escorts 

TF 19-1579 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) 398 

Point Control of Traffic 

TF 19-2137 (32 min— 1955— Film Reference) 401 

Motor Vehicle Spot Speed Studies — Setting up Mirror Boxes 

TF 19-2275 (6 min— 1956— Film Reference) 401 

The Collision Diagram 

TF 1^2272 (5 min— 1956— Film Reference) 401 

The Traffic Accident Spot Map 

TF 19-2271 (4 min— 1956— Film Reference) 401 

Detecting and Recording Skidmarks 

MF 19-8511 (8 min — 1955 — Film Reference— Commercial Adaptation)... 257 

Hit-and-Run Investigation 

MF 19-8510 (10 mill— 1955 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) . . 257 

The Traffic Officer in Court 

MF 19-8509 (10 min— 1955— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation).. 257 

Hasty Sign Making 

FB 19-246 (19 min— 1952— Film Reference).. 221 

Provost in a Divisional Move 

MF 19-8415 (30 min— 1955— Film Reference) 257 

The Airborne Military Policeman 

TF 19-1748 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 400 

Traffic Control in the Normandy Invasion 

FH 19 167 (13 min- 1945— Film Hcferi-nce) 220 

Traffic Control in the CBI 

FIJ 19 202 (19 min— 1945— Film Reffrencc) 221 

MP Highway Patrol in Germany 

FH 19 250 (10 min— 1953— Film Reference) 221 

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CATEGORY INDEX MP 

For nj/nofmiit 
see page No. 

Operation Thunderbolt 

MF 45-1295 (14 min— 1947) 279 

Evacuation of Civilians 

FB 19-193 (15 min— 1945— Film Reference) 221 

Oriental Prisoners of War 

FB 19-239 (23 min— 1951— Film Reference) 221 

The Rack 

MF 45-8573 (60 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and exchanges 

in CONUS and overseas — Commercial Adaptation) — 282 

Police Riot Club 

FS 19-2 (1943— Film Reference) 448 

Riot Control Formations 

FS 19-7 (1945— Film Reference) _ 449 

Fingerprinting and Fingerprint Examination 

FS 19-9 (1953— Film Reference) 449 

Mechanical Aids to Physical Security — Part I — Perimeter Barriers and 

Personnel Identification 

FS 19-13 (13 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) 449 

Mechanical Aids to Physical Security — Part II — Protective Lighting, 

Communications, and Alarm Systems 

FS 19-16 (13 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) 449 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) 257 

Signals for Traffic Control Manual 

FS 19-5 (1944— Film Reference) 448 

Riot Control Formations — Part I — Squad Formations 

GF 19-30 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference) 225 

Riot Control Formation — Part II — Platoon and Company Formations 

GF 19-31 (15 min— 1957— Film Reference) 225 

Riot Control Formations — Part III — Vehicles and Foot Troops 

GF 19-32 (12 min— 1958— Film Reference) 225 

Straggler Control 

TF 19-1807 (18 min— 1953— Film Reference) _ - 400 

Prisoners of War 

MF 19-8699 (22 min— 1957— Film Reference) 257 

Geneva Convention — Handling Prisoners of War 

TF 19-1809 (25 min— 195^— Film Reference) - 400 

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 

Collection and Preservation of Evidence 

TF 19-1563 (62 min— 1949— Film Reference) 398 

Identification Photography — Operation of Equipment 

FS 11-115 (1952) 446 

Fingerprint Lifting 

FS 19-10 (1954— Film Reference) - 449 

Casts and Molds 

FS 19-12 (20 min— 1955— Sound— Film Reference) - - 449 



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MP CATEGORY INDEX 

»et page \o. 
Glass Fractures 

FS 19-11 (14 mill— 1955 — Sound— Film Reference) 449 

Packaging of Evidence for Transmittal to the Military Police Criminal 

Investigation Laboratories 
FS 19-14 (10 mill— 1956— Sound) 449 

Snspects and Witnesses — Part I — Basic Interviews 

TF 19-2442 (IG min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 19-1580 

which is obsolete) - 402 

Suspects and Witnesses — Part II — Complaints and Hostile Witnesses 

TF 19-2443 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 402 

Suspects and Witnesses — Part III — Interrogating Suspects 

TF 19-2444 (44 min— 1957— Film Reference) 402 

Investigation of Narcotics Offenses 

TF 19-2540 (40 min— 1958— Film Reference) 402 

The Darmstadt Case 

MF 19-8796 (10 min— 1957— Film Reference— Also part of AFSM 525 — 
Limited distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in 
CONUS and OS for loan to interested groups) 257 

30. ORDNANCE (Automotive — Lubrication; En^nes and 
Power Transmission; Electrical, Ignition, and Fuel Sys- 
tems; Tires, Brakes, and Other; Combat Vehicles — Com- 
ponent Parts, Maintenance and Repair; Ammunition 
Supply and Handling; Diesel Engines; Weapons and Repair; 
Tools and Shop Work; All Others) 

Note. For Guided missiles see ARTILLERY— ANTIAIRCRAFT: 
Guided missiles. 

AUTOMOTIVE 

Lubrication 

For »i/nopKi» 
»«•<• puffr So. 

The Oil Filter Goes to War 

TF 9-1218 (26 miii— 1943— Film Reference) _ 3C4 

Lubrication of Military Vehicles — Part I: Principles of Lubrication 

TF 9-1258 (25 min— 1943— Film Reference) 304 

Truck 2V^-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part I: Lubrication •■ / » .\ • 

FS 9-251 (1944) 443 

Truck, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance. 1.000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part II : Lubrication 

FS 9-252 (1944) 443 

Truck, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6.000- 
mlle — Part III: Lubrication 

FS 9-253 (1944)_. 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1.000- and 6,000- 
mile -Part IV: Lubrication 
FS 9-254 (1944). _. 443 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For HynojtHiH 
tee page No. 

Lubrication of Military Vehicles 

TF 9-2583 (21 min— 1958— Replaces TF 9-1417 previously declared 

obsolete in MFIB No. 73) 370 

Engines and Power Transmission 

The Automotive Clutch — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1264 (9 min— 1944— Film Reference) 364 

The Bevel Gear Differential — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1268 (12 rain— 1944— Film Reference) 364 

The Automotive Transmission — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1269 (20 min— 1944— Film Reference) _ 364 

Automotive Gears — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1282 (20 min— 1944— Film Reference) 364 

Servicing the Zero-lash Hydraulic Valve Lifter 

TF 9-1283 (26 min— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

Internal Combustion Engine — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1371 (13 min— 1944— Film Reference) 366 

Automotive Trouble Shooting— Part XV: The Clutch 

TF 10-300 (21 min— 1942— Film Reference) 376 

Why Engines are Governed 

TF 55-2184 (5 min— 1955— Film Reference) 425 

Cadillac Engine, Disassembly and Assembly — Part II: Replacement of 

Subassemblies 

FS 9-48 (1943— Film Reference) 438 

Cadillac Engine, Disassembly and Assembly — Part III: Disassembly of 

Cylinder Block 

FS 9-49 (1943— Film Reference) 438 

Cadillac Engine, Disassembly and Assembly — Part IV: Assembly of 

Cylinder Block 

FS 9-50 (1943— Film Reference) 438 

Cadillac Engine, Disassembly and Assembly — Part V: Disassembly and 

Assembly of Starter and Generator 

FS 9-51 (1943— Film Reference) J.. I'll. 438 

Cadillac Engine, Disassembly and Assembly — Part VI: Disassembly and 

Assembly of Distributor Support 

FS 9-52 (1943— Film Reference) 438 

Cadillac Engine, Disassembly and Assembly — Part VII: Disassembly and 

Assembly of Subassemblies, Fuel Pump, Oil Pump, Wafer Pump, Fan, 

and Piston 

FS9-53 (1943— Film Reference) 438 

Truck, Amphibian, 2V4-ton, 6x6, DUKW-353, Preventive Maintenance, 

Second Echelon, Part I 

FS 9-216 (1944) 441 

Truck, Amphibian, 2Vi-ton, 6x6, DUKW-353, Preventive Maintenance, 

Second Echelon — Part II 

FS 9-217 (1944) 441 

Truck, Amphibian, 2»/4-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW.353, Engine Removal- 
Part I 
FR 9-218 (1944) 441 

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»rc page So. 



Truck, Amphibian, 2J/2-ton, 6 x 6, GMC. DUKW-S53, Engine Removal- 
Part 11 

FS 9-219 (1944) - -.- 442 

Truck. Amphibian, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353, Removal of Major 
Units— Part I 

FS 9-220 (1944) 442 

Truck, Amphibian, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353, Removal of Major 
Units— Part II 

FS 9-221 (1944) - 442 

Truck, 2V2-ton. 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part V: Engine 

FS 9-260 (1945) 443 

Truck, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part VI: Engine 

FS 9-261 (1944) - 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part VIII: Cooling System, Radiator. Water Pump, Fan, and 
Shroud 

FS 9-263 (1944) . - 443 

Truck, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part X: Clutch, Transmission, Power Take-Off, and Transfer 
Case 

FS 9-265 (1945) 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6.000- 
mile — Part XIII: Front Axle, Rear Axle, Propeller Shaft. Universal 
Joints, Pillow Block, Slip Joints 

FS 9-268 (1945)..- 443 

The Internal Combustion Engine 

FS 10-42 (1942) 444 

Medium Wrecker Truck M-62 — Part I — Preparation for Lifting 

TF 17-2494 (10 nun— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Medium Wrecker Truck M-62— Part II— Power Plant Removal 

TF 17-2495 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Electrical, Ignition, and Fuel Systems 

Fuel Pump — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1447 (12 min— 1945) 360 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part VI: Principles of Oper- 
ation of the Automotive Magneto 

TF 9-1531 (14 min— 1949— Film Reference) 367 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part V: Principles of Oper- 
ation of the Generator Regulator 

TF 9-1559 (12 min- 1949- Film lU-foronco) 367 

Automotive Trouble Shooting— Part IV— Sealed Electrical Systems 

TF 9-2193 (28 min- 1955— Film Ilefercnce) 372 

Automotive Trouble Shooting— Part II — Engine Tune-Up 

TF 9 2194 (33 min 195(>) 372 

Superchargint; and Fuel Injection 

TF 9 2210 (2U mill 195() Kilm Hofcrcncc) 372 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For sf/nopiiH 
Mt f j)iiyr No. 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part I — Principles of Auto- 
motive Electrical Circuits 

TF 9-2329 (15 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF ^2076 wliich 

is obsolete) ;i74 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part II — Principles of Opera- 
tion of the Generator 

TF 9-2330 (13 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 9-2077 which 

is obsolete) 374 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part III — Principles of the 
Starting Motor 

TF 9-2331 (12 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 9-2078, which 

is obsolete) 374 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part IV — The Ignition 
Circuit 

TF 9-2332 (11 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 9-2079, which 

is obsolete) 374 

Automotive Trouble Shooting— Part III — The Fuel System 

TF 9-2380 (20 min— 1957— Film Reference- Replaces TF 10-377, which 

is obsolete) :i74 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part I: Functions of the Fuel and Ignition 
Units 

TF 10-291 (14 min— 1942— Film Reference) 376 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part V: The Fuel System at Various 
Speeds 

TF 10-395 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference) ;i7G 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part VI: The Ignition System at Various 
Speeds 

TF 10-396 (21 min— 1942— Film Reference) 376 

Ignition and the Spark Plug ■' : ■ 

TF 25-152 (21 min— 1941)... 407 

The Ignition High-Tension Circuit Tester, Ordnance Care and Use — 
Part I 

FS 9-233 (1944) 442 

The Ignition High-tension Circuit Tester, Ordnance Care and Use— Part 
II 

FS 9-234 (1944) 442 

The Ignition High-tension Circuit Tester, Ordnance Care and Use — Part 
III 

FS 9-235 (1944) 442 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part VII: Battery and Generator 

FS 9-262 (1 944) 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part IX: Lamps and Reflectors 

FS 9-264 (1945) - 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton. 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile— Part XI: Fuel Filter, Fuel Tank, and Fuel Pump 
FS 9-266 (1945) 443 



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Foraifuopata 

tee pvge No. 

The Carter Carburetor 

FS 10-57 (1911— Film Reference) .. - -- 444 

The Storage Battery 

FS 10-61 (1941) 44J 

Engine Tune-up — Part I 

FS 10-63 (1942) - --- 444 

Engine Tune-up— Part II 

FS 10-G4 (1942) - — 444 

Engine Tune-up — Part III 

FS 10-65 (1942) - - 444 

Suppression Systems for Army Vehicles 

FS 11-30 (1943) 445 

Principles of the Down-draft Carburetor 

FS 10-S2 (1942) 444 

Carburetor — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2253 (25 min— 1956— Film Reference) 373 

Front Band Adjustment of Hydramatic Tranmission 302M 

TF 9-2533 (7 min— 1958— Film Reference) 375 

Fuel Pump, Carter Electric, Characteristics and Check, GMC MI35 Truck 

TF 9-2534 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 375 

Idle Mixture and Idle Speed Adjustment of Holley Carburetor 885 FFG 

TF 9-2536 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) .-- 375 

Ignition Timing — GMC Engine 

TF 9-2537 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) - 375 

Radio Interference — Parti ji'>"u 

TF 11-2487 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference) 388 

Radio Interference — Part II 

TF 1 1-2488 (37 min— 1958— Film Reference) 388 

Tires, Brakes, and Other 

Torsion Bar Suspension 

FB 9-117 (8 min— 1944— Film Reference) -- 218 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part I: Tire Designs and 
Functions 

TF 9-970 (11 min— 1943— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 362 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires— Part II: Preventive Mainte- 
nance 

TF 9-971 (15 min— 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 362 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part III: Removing and 

Replacing Wheels 

TF 9-972 (9 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 362 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires— Part IV: Mounting and 

Dismounting Tiri's wi(h Full Drop Center Rims 

TF 9-973 (14 min — 1913— MIm Hcfcri-nce — Commercial A(lai)tatii)ii) 302 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires Part V: Mounting and 

Dismounting Tires with Semidrop Center and Flat Base Rims 

TF 9-971 (IS min — 1<I43— Film Reference- Commori-ial Aduptution) 363 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires— Part VI: Tire Repairs 

TF 9-975 (12 min— 1943— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 303 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For sjinojtHiH 
xee page No. 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part VII: Mounting and 
Dismounting Combat Tires 

TF 9-976 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation) 363 

Vacuum Power Brakes — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1245 (14 niin— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

Truck, Amphibian, 2-V2ton, 6x6, CMC, DUKW-353— Part II: Second 
Echelon Maintenance 

TF 9-1329 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

Air Brakes — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2064 (25 min— 1944— Film Reference) 371 

Hydraulic Brakes — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2065 (24 min— 1944— Film Reference). _ 371 

Electric Brakes — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2066 (13 min— 1944— Film Reference) 371 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XIV: Front End Alignment 

TF 10-63S (18 min— 1943— Film Reference) 376 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XIV — Section II: Chevrolet 4x4 

and GMC 6x6 Steering System Adjustments 

TF 10-980 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference) 377 

Why Battery Should Always Be Clean 

TF 55-2183 (6 min— 1955— Film Reference) 425 

The Wood Cargo Body, Ordnance Maintenance and Repair — Part III 

FS 9-244 (1944) 442 

Sheet Metal Work — Body, Fender, and Radiator Repairs 

FS 10-59 (1941) 444 

Methods of Cleaning and Drying 

FS 11-94 (1950— Sound) 446 

Automotive Brakes — Principles, Mechanical, Hydraulic, Air, Vacuum, 
Electric 

FS 10-36 (1941) 444 

Principles of Front End and Wheel Alignment 

FS 10-87 (1942) 444 

Tire Maintenance — Part II: Retreading 

FS 9-166 (1943) -- 441 

Tire Maintenance — Part III: First Echelon Maintenance 

FS 9-176 (1943) - 441 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6.000- 
mile — Part XII: Manifold and Heat Control, Exhaust Pipe and Muffler, 
Coil and Wiring, Regulator Unit and Starter and Switch 

FS 9-267 (1945) - 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile — Part XIV: Brake System, Hand Brake, Brake Hydrovac Booster 

FS 9-269 (1945) 443 

Truck, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance 1,000- and 6,000 
mile — Part XV: Rear Brakes, Rear Brake Shoes. Front Brake, Front 
Brake Shoes, Brake Pedal, Brake Master Cylinder, Brake Lines 

FS 9-285 (1945) 443 



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»er page So. 



Truck, 2Vi-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance, 1,000- and 6.000- 
mile— Part XVI: Wheels, Hubs, and Tires 

FS 9-28G (1945) - - 444 

Truck. 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, Preventive Maintenance. 1,000- and 6,000- 
mile— Part XVII: Body, Winch, Road Test 

FS 9-287 (1945) 444 

Crane Shovel Unit, Bucyrus Erie. Crawler Mounted, Adjustment of Main 
Operating Clutches and Brakes 

TF 5-2351 (0 min— 1957— Film Reference). - 338 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XI — Springs and Shock Absorbers 
TF 9-2500 (19 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 10-593 which is 

obsolete) 374 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XIX — Air Hydraulic Brake System, 

Principles of Operation 
TF 9-2603 (17 min— 1958— Film Reference) 376 

COMBAT VEHICLES— COMPONENT PARTS 
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 

(For Driving, Tactics, and Combat, See ARMORED) 

Spot Check Inspection of Motor Vehicles 

TF 9-1513 (17 min— 1948— Film Reference). --- 367 

Planetary Gears, Principles of Operation — Part I: Single Sets 

TF 9-1855 (18 min— 1953— Film Reference) 308 

Planetary Gears, Principles of Operation — Part II: Multiple Sets 

TF 9-1856 (15 min— 1953— Film Reference). 368 

The Fluid Coupling — Pirnciples of Operation 

TF 9-1953 (13 min- 1954 — Film Reference) 369 

Hydraulic Steering — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2254 (14 min— 1950— Film Reference). 373 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly — Part I: Disas- 
sembly of Power Train into Major Subassemblies 

FS9-55 (1943— Film Reference) --- 439 

Power Train for Tank M4. Disassembly and Assembly— Part II: Disas- 
sembly and Assembly of Differential Carrier Assembly 

FS 9-56 (1943— Film Reference) 439 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly— Part III: Disas- 
sembly and Assembly of Differential 

FS 9-57 (1943— Film Reference) --- 439 

Power Train for Tank M4. Disassembly and Assembly — Part IV: Disas- 
sembly and Assembly of Final Drive Assembly 

FS 58 (1943— Film Reference) - 439 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly — Part V: Disas- 
sembly of Transmission 

FS 9 59 (1943--Film Reference) - --- --- 439 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly— Part VI: Disas- 
sembly of TransmisHion 
FS 9-00 (1943 — Film Ueferenco) 439 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For synopsiB 
nee page No. 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly — Part VII: As- 
sembly of Transmission 

FS 9-61 (1943— Film Reference) 439 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly — Part VIII: Disas- 
sembly and Assembly of Input Shaft and Countershaft 

FS 9-62 (1943— Film Reference) 439 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly — Part IX: Disas- 
sembly and Assembly of Output Shaft 

FS 9-63 (1943— Film Reference) 439 

Power Train for Tank M4, Disassembly and Assembly — Part X: Disas- 
sembly and Assembly of Transmission Subassemblies 

FS 9-64 (1943— Film Reference) 439 

The Synchromesh Transmission — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1213 (25 min— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

Hydrovac Power Brakes- — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1246 (9 min— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

Servicing the Zero-lash Hydraulic Valve Lifter 

TF 9-12S3 (26 min— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

The Half Track Vehicle — Part I: Care and Maintenance of Endless Band 
Tracks and Bogie Wheels 

TF 9-1126 (29 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

The Half Track Vehicle — Part III: Removal and Installation of Bogie 
Wheels 

TF 9-1127 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Elementary Principles of Torque 

TF 9-12S6 (16 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

Torque Converter— Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1427 (20 min— 1945) ...... 366 

The Oil Gear Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1376 (21 min— 1944) 366 

Before, During, and After Operation Maintenance, Medium Tank 

TF 9-1805 (31 min— 1953— Film Reference) 367 

The Controlled Differential — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1285 (21 min— 1944— Film Reference) 364 

Medium Wrecker Truck M-62 — Part I — Preparation for Lifting 

TF 17-2494 (10 min— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Tank Recovery Vehicle M-74 — Part I — Preparing for Boom Operation 

TF 17-2496 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Tank Recovery Vehicle M-74 — Part II — Rigging for Live Boom Operation 

TF 17-2497 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Tank Recovery Vehicle M-74 — Part III — Power Plant Removal 

TF 17-2498 (5 min— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Medium Wrecker Truck M-62 — Part II — Power Plant Removal 

TF 17-2495 (7 min— 1957— Film Reference) 397 

Daily Crew Maintenance — Armored Personnel Carrier M-59 

TF 17-2538 (28 min— 1957— Film Reference) -.. 398 

Preparation of Vehicles for Deep Water Fording — Part I — Wheel Vehicles 

TF 9-2541 (24 min— 1957— Film Reference) o75 

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•«• pa9« If 9. 
Preparation of Vehicles for Deep Water Fording — Part II — Track Vehicles 

TF 9-25 12 (32 min— l'J57— Film Reference) 67b 

Hydraulic Controls in the Hydramatic Transmission 

TF 9-lt>92 (26 min— 1955— Film Reference) 370 

AMMUNITION SUPPLY AND HANDLING 

(For Explosives, Mines, and Demolitions, see ENGINEERS) 

Explosive Ordnance Disposal — Access and Recovery 

TF 9-1810 (21 min— 1953— Film Reference) 368 

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation 

TF 9-1859 (25 min— 1954— Film Refcronco) 308 

Explosive Ordnance Disposal — Range Clearance 

TF 9-1881 (17 min— 1951— Film Reference) 369 

Disposal of Unusable Ammunition and Explosives — Part I: General 

Principles and Disposal at Sea 

TF 9-2007 (10 min— 1943— Film Reference) 370 

Handling and Transporting Aerial Bombs— Part II: 1,000-. 2,000-, and 

4,000-Pound Bombs 

TF 9-2053 (25 min— 1944— Film Reference) 370 

Ammunition — Storage and Handling 

TF 9-2120 (31 min— 1955— Film Reference) 371 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part I — By Motor Vehicle 

TF 9-2507 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 374 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part II — By Rail 

TF 9-2508 (13 min— 1957— Film Reference) 374 

Before the Blast 

MF 20-8772 (12 min— 1957— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 266 

Fundamentals of Ammunition Renovation 

TF 9-2510 (32 min— 1957— Film Reference) 374 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part IV — By Aircraft 

TF 9-2572 (10 min— 1958— Film Reference) 376 

Ammunition Handling in Depots 

FS 38-11 (1945— Sound) 453 

Bomb Reconnaissance — Part I: Diagnosis of Exploded Bombs 

FS 9-158 (1944) . 441 

Handling and Transporting Aerial Bombs— Part I: 100-, 250-, and 500- 
Pound Bombs 
TF 9 2052 (35 mill— 1944— Film Reference) .. - 370 

Soviet TMD-B Wooden Box Mine 

SFS 5-121 (6 min— 1957— Color— Sound) - 433 

Handling, Stowing, and Transportation of Explosives as Cargo on Board 

Merchant Vessels 
MF 55-8473 (03 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 3313) 288 

DIESEL ENGINES 

Injector Timing for GM Diesel, Series 71, Using 70-mm, 80-mm, and 

90-mm Injectors 
TF 55 2308 (5 miu— 1950— Film Ueference) - 427 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For Kynopxift 
tee page No. 

Injector Rack Setting for GM Diesel Series 71 Engine 

TF 55-2369 (4 min— 1956— Film Reference) 427 

Operation of the GM Unit Injectors 

TF 55-2560 (4 min— 1958) ll-.'^- - 427 

The Diesel Engine 

MF 9-1089 (29 min— 1944— From Navy Film MN 42- A) 234 

Construction of the Diesel Engines 

MF 9-1090 (17 min— 1945— From Navy Film MN 43). 234 

Diesel Engine Governors 

MF 9-1091 (14 min— 1944— From Navy Film MN 44-A) 235 

The Diesel Engine — Scavenging and Supercharging 

MF 55-8527 (16 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 42-B) _. 290 

Diesel Engine Governors — GM Series 71 

MF 55-8528 (12 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 44-B) 290 

Diesel Lubrication and Cooling Systems — GM 71 Series 

MF 55-8529 (12 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 45-B) 290 

Diesel Engine Fuel Systems 

MF 55-8530 (39 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 46-A) 290 

Cooper Bessmer Diesel Engine Fuel Injection Systems 

MF 55-8531 (14 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN46-B) 291 

Progressive Maintenance Diesel Propulsion Engine 

MF 55-8532 (17 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 209-D) ._ _._ 291 

General Motors Diesel Engine Unit Injector — Maintenance 

MF 55-8539 (18 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 2769-A) 291 

General Motors Diesel Engine Unit Injector — Disassembly and Assembly 
Model 278 

MF 55-8540 (18 min— 1955— From Navy Film 2769-B) 291 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Disassembly 

MF 55-8541 (35 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-A) 292 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Bearings 

MF 55-8542 (10 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-B) 292 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Part I — Reassembly 

MF 55-8543 (22 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-C) 292 

General Motors lft-278A Diesel Engine — Part II — Reassembly— Head 

MF 55-8544 (26 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-D) 292 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine— Part I— Bench Work 

MF 55-8545 (12 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-E) 292 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine— Part II— Bench Work 

MF 55-8546 (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-F) 292 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine— Part III— Bench Work 

MF 55-8547 (12 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 3707-G) 292 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine— Part IV— Bench Work 

MF 55-8548 (26 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 3707-H) 292 

Servicing the Zero Lash Valve Adjusters in Diesel Engines 

MF 55-8549 (37 miu—1955— Commercial Adaptation) 292 



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For tynoptU 
tee page No. 

Engine of the Diesel Tractractor 

TF 9-171 (20 mill— 1941— FUm Reference) 362 

WEAPONS AND REPAIR 

Gun, Automatic, 40-mm Ml — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-9G0 (25 min— 1943— Film Reference) 362 

Field Repair of Gun, Automatic, 40-mm, Ml and Carriage, Gun, 40-mm, 
M2, Antiaircraft 

TF 9-1300 (21 min— 1944— FUm Reference) 365 

Field Repair of Gun, 90-mm, MI, and Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft, 90-mm, 
MlAl— Part I 

TF 9-1298 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

Field Repair of Gun, 90-mm, Ml, and Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft, 90-mm, 
MlAl— Part II 

TF 9-1299 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

Field Repair of Gun, 155-mm, MlAl and Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, Ml 

TF 9-2045 (31 min— 1944— Film Reference) 370 

Field Repair of Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1, and Carriage, Howitzer, 
105-mm, M2 

TF 9-2046 (25 min— 1944— Film Reference) 370 

The 90-mm Gun, MlAl, Principles of Operation — Part I 

TF 9-135G (29 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

The 90-mm Gun, MlAI, Principles of Operation — Part II: Recoil Mecha- 
nism 

TF 9-1357 (21 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

Interchangeability Features of Heavy and Very Heavy Artillery 

TF 9-1935 (34 min— 1954— Film Reference) 369 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydrospring Type 

TF 9-1869 (33 min— 1954— Film Reference) 368 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneuraatic Type — Part 
I: Dependent System 

TF 9-1948 (12 min— 1954— Film Reference) 369 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type — 
Part II: Independent System 

TF 9-1949 (10 min— 1954— Film Reference) 369 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 

Part I— Target Tracking Radar 
TF 44-2172 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) _ 419 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 

Part II— Missile Tracking Radar (U) 
TF 44-2173 (26 min— 1957— Film Reference— Film is classifjcd CONFI- 
DENTIAL). _. 419 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 

Part III— Computer (U) 
TF 44-2171 (20 min— 1958— Film Reference— Distribution limited to 
Army Film and Equipment Exchanpos in CON US and OS — Film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 419 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For HynopHia 
nee puyv No. 

The Great Gun 

MF 9-7940 (12 min — 1952 — Distribution limited to central film libraries in 

ZI) 23G 

Browning Machine Gun Caliber .30 — Principles of Operation 

TF 9-1861 (21 min— 1954— Film Reference) 308 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. .30, M1918A2 and Bipod M1918A2, 
Disassembly and Assembly — Part I: Disassembly and Assembly of Bi- 
pod, Stock Rest, Magazine, and Trigger Guard 

FS 9-89 (1943) 439 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. .30, M1918A2, Maintenance and Re- 
pair — Part I 

FS 9-142 (1943)-.. - 441 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. .30, M1918A2, Maintenance and Re- 
pair — Part II 

FS 9-143 (1943) 441 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. .30, M1918A2 and Bipod M1918A2, 
Disassembly and Assembly — Part III: Disassembly and Assembly of 
Butt Plate and Sight Groups 

FS 9-91 (1943) 439 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. .30, M1918A2 and Bipod M1918A2, 
Disassembly and Assembly — Part IV: Removal of Parts without Disas- 
sembly, Inspection, and Gaging 

FS 9-92 (1943) 439 

The BroAvning Machine Gun, Cal. .30, M1917A1, Disassembly, Assembly, 
Inspection, and Gaging — Part I: Disassembly of Major Groups from 
and Assembly to the Weapon 

FS 9-93 (1943) 439 

The Browning Machine Gun, Cal. .30, M1917A1, Disassembly, Assembly, 
Inspection, and Gaging — Part II: Disassembly and Assembly of Back 
Plate Group, Bolt Group, Block Frame Assembly, Barrel Extension 

FS 9-94 (1943) 440 

The Browning Machine Gun, Cal. .30, M1917A1, Disassembly, Assembly, 
Inspection, and Gaging — Part III: Disassembly and Assembly of Cover 
Group, Rear Sight Group, the Receiver, and Water Jacket 

FS 9-95 (1943) 440 

The Browning Machine Gun, Cal. .30, M1917A1, Disassembly, Assembly, 
Inspection, and Gaging — Part IV: Inspection and Gaging Bolt Group 
FS 9-96 (1943) 440 

The Browning Machine Gun, CaJ. .50, M2 — Part I: Disassembly and As- 
sembly 

FS9-24 (1942— Film Reference) 438 

The Browning Machine Gun, Cal. .50, M2, Inspection and Gaging — Part I 

FS 9-152 (1943) 441 

The Browning Machine Gun, Cal. .50, M2, Inspection and Gaging — Part II 

FS 9-153 (1943)... 441 

The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. .30, M1918A2, Inspection and Gaging — 

Part I 
FS 9-174 (1943) -.. 441 



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For »i/»op*i4 
i>ee page So. 



The Browning Automatic Rifle, Cal. ,30, M1918A2. Inspection and Gaging— 

Part II 

FS 9-175 (1943) - 441 

The Carbine, Cal. .30, Ml — Inspection 

FS 9-155 (1943) 441 

The US Rifle, Cal. .30, Ml — Part I: Disassembly and Assembly 

FS 9-20 (1942— Film Reforence) 438 

The US Rifle, Cal. .30, Ml— Inspection 

FS 9-138 (1943) 440 

The US Rifle, Cal. .30, Ml, Maintenance and Repair — Part I 

FS 9-139 (1943) 441 

The US Rifle, Cal. .30, Ml, Maintenance and Repair — Part II 

FS 9-140 (1943) -- 441 

The 75-mm Pack Howitzer, MlAl, and Carriages, Ml, M8, and M3A3 — 

Ordnance Maintenance and Repair 

FS 9-227 (1944) 442 

The 75-mm Tank Gun, M3 and Combination Mount M34 — Ordnance 

Maintenance and Repair 

FS 9-228 (1944) 442 

Military Optical Instruments — Part II: Sighting Instruments 

TF 9-1168 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Military Optical Instruments — Part I: Optical Principles 

TF 9-1167 (10 mill— 1943— Film Reference) 363 

Field Evaluation of Erosion in Cannon Bores 

TF 9-1469 (11 min— 1948— Film Reference) 367 

TOOLS AND SHOP WORK 

(See ENGINEERS: Construction — Equipment and Tools) 

Air Compressor and Air Tools— The Pneumatic Clay Digger 

TF 5-G97 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — The Pneumatic Rock Drill M75 

TF 5-571 (19 min— 1942— Film Reference) --. 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part V: The Pneumatic Wood Borer 

TF 5-G98 (9 min— 1943— Film Reference) - 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools— Part VIII: The Pneumfttic Nail Drlyer 

TF 5-699 (17 min— 1943— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools— Part VI: The Pneumatic Circular Saw 

TF 5-955 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference) 331 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VII: The Pneumatic Chain Saw 

TF 5-956 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference) 331 

Carpentry— Part I: Measuring, Marking, and Leveling 

TF 5-1152 (12 min— 1943— Film lleferencc; - 333 

Carpentry — Part II: Driving and Chopping 

TF 5-1153 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 333 

Carpentry — Part III: Sawing and Boring 

TF 5-1154 (16 mill— 1943 — Film RcfcrciiccK 333 

Carpentry^Part IV: Planing and Chiseling 

TF 5-1155 (14 min— 19i3-Filin Reference) 333 

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For tytiopHiH 
tee page \o. 

Basic Blacksmith Operations 

TF 9-1778 (26 min— 1952— Film Reference) 367 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part I: Wrenches 

TF 9-2026 (19 min— 1943— Film Reference) 370 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part U : Pliers and Screw Drivers 

TF 9-2027 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference) 270 

Care and Use of Hand Tools— Part HI: Chisels 

TF 9-2028 (12 min— 1943— Film Reference) 370 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part IV: Hammers 

TF 9-2029 (11 min— 1943— Film Reference) 370 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part V: Bars, Punches, and Drifts 

TF 9-2030 (14 mm— 1943— Film Reference) 370 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part VI: Hacksaws 

TF 9-2031 (18 min— 1943— Film References) 370 

Shop Safety 

TF 9-2085 (28 min— 1945— Film Reference) 371 

Hand Measuring and Power Tools — Operation and Care of Portable and 

Bench Grinders 

TF 10-929 (18 min— 1942— Film Reference) 376 

Hand Measuring and Power Tools — Portable Electric Drills 

TF 10-930 (19 min— 1942— Film Reference) 377 

Hand Measuring and Power Tools — Care and Use of Files 

TF 10-932 (24 min— 1942— Film Reference) __. 377 

The Engine Lathe — Rough Turning Between Centers 

TF 25-333 (15 min — 1941 — Film References — From US Office of Education 

Film No. 6) 407 

The Engine Lathe — Turning Work of Two Diameters 

TF 25-334 (14 min — 1941— Film Reference— From US Office of Education 

Film No. 7) 407 

The Engine Lathe— Cutting a Taper With the Compound Rest and With 

the Taper Attachment 
TF 25-335 (10 min— 1941 — Film Reference — From US Office of Education 

Film No. 8) 407 

The Engine Lathe— Drilling, Boring, and Reaming Work Held in Chuck 
TF 25-336 (10 min— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Education 

Film No. 9) 407 

The Engine Lathe — Cutting an External National Fine Thread 

TF 25-337 (12 min— 1942— Film Reference — From US Office of Education 

Film No. 10) --- 407 

The Milling Machine 

TF 25-338 (7 min— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Education 

Film No. 11) 407 

The Milling Machine — Cutting Keyways 

TF 25-339 (15 rain— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Education 

Film No. 12) 407 

The Milling Machine — Straddle and Surface Milling to Close Tolerances 
TF 25-340 (27 min— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 13) -Itl" 

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tee page So. 



The Milling Machine— Straddle Milling 

TF 25-341 (17 min — 1942 — Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 14) --- 407 

The Milling Machine — Plain Indexing and Cutting a Spur Gear 

TP' 25-342 (25 min — 1942 — Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 15) -- 408 

The Vertical Boring Mill — Rough Facing, Turning, and Drilling on a 
Vertical Turret Lathe 

TF 25-343 (31 min— 1942 — Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 16) 408 

The Vertical Boring Mill — Rough Facing, Boring, and Turning a Shoulder 
on a Vertical Turret Lathe 

TF 25-344 (22 min— 1942— Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 17) 408 

The Vertical Boring Mill— Facing, Turning, Boring, Grooving, Chamfering 
on a Vertical Turret Lathe, Using Two Heads 

TF 25-345 (31 min — 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 18) '-^'i' 408 

Steel Rule 

TF 25-346 (14 min— 1942— Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 1) 408 

Micrometer 

TF 25-347 (15 min— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 2) 408 

Fixed Gauges 

TF 25-348 (17 min— 1942— Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 3).. 408 

Vernier Scale 

TF 25-349 (19 min— 1942— Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 4) 408 

Height Gauges and Standard Indicator 

TF 25-350 (12 min— 1942— Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 5) 408 

Cutting a Keyway on a Finished Shaft 

TF 25-624 (13 min— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 19) ^ 408 

Machining a Rectangular Cast Iron Block 

TF 25-625 (15 min— 1942 — Film Reference — From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 20) 408 

Drilling and Tapping a Cast Steel Valve Body 

TF 25-t)26 (19 min— 1942 — Film Reference — From US OHice of Educa- 
tion Film No. 22) 109 

Drilling to a Lay-out and Spotfacing a Cast Iron Valve Body 

TF 25 ■(■)27 (15 min— 1942— Film Kcf.rciu-c From US Otliro of Educa- 
tion Film No. 23) - 409 

Machining a Tool Steel V Block 

TF 25 62H (20 min— 1942— Film Reference— From US Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 21) -- 409 



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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For aynopsin 
see page No. 

Behind the Shop Drawing 

MF 8-1132 (IG mill— 1945— Distribution to CONUS only— From Navy 

Film MN37) 2;il 

Inside of Arc Welding — Part I: Fundamentals 

MF 9-1157 (11 mill— 19-15— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 235 

Inside of Arc Welding — Part II: Flat Position 

MF 9-1158 (11 min — 1945 — Color- Distribution to ZI— Commercial 

Adaptation) 235 

Inside of Arc Welding — Part III: Horizontal Position 

MF 9-1159 (11 min— 1945— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 235 

Inside of Arc Welding — Part IV: Alternating Current In Flat and Hori- 
zontal Positions 

MF 9-1160 (11 min— 1945— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 235 

Inside of Arc Welding — Part V: Vertical Position 

MF 9-1161 (11 min— 1945— Color— Distribution limited to ZI— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 235 

Inside of Arc Welding — Part VI: Overhead Position 

MF 9-1162 (11 min— 1945— Color— Distribution Umited to ZI- Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 235 

Machine Shop Work — ^Bench Work — Scraping Flat Surfaces 

MF 9-7501 (14 min— 1954— From Office of Education Film No. 35) 230 

Machine Shop Work — Operations on the Lathe — Turning a Taper with the 
Tailstock Set Over 

MF 9-8335 (18 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 237 

Machine Shop Work — Basic Machines — The Shaper 

MF 9-8336 (15 min— 1944— From US Office of Education Film No. 70) _. 237 

Machine Shop Work — Bench Work — Cutting Threads with Taps and Dies 

MF 9-8338 (19 min— 1954— From US Office of Education Film No. 34) .. 237 

Machine Shop Work — Bench Work — Reaming with Straight Hand 
Reamers 

MF 9-8339 (20 min— 1954— From US Office of Education Film No. 37).. 237 

Safe Clothing 

MF 20-8563 (7 min— 1955) 264 

To Live in Darkness 

MF 20-8357 (14 min— 1954— From Navy Film MN 1921-F) 263 

Safety of Welders (Use of Welding Protective Equipment) 

MF 9-8550 (7 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in Conus and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 1921G) 237 

Sheet Metal — Hand Method of Forming 

MF 55-8523 (20 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 26) 290 

Rotary Machines 

MF 55-8524 (20 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 27). 290 

Machine Methods of Forming Sheet Metal 

MF 55-8525 (20 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 28) -. 290 



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For »ynop»i» 
tee page So. 

Bar Folder 

MF 5,=>-8526 (10 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 29)... 290 

Making a Wire Template 

MF 55-8537 (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 2337-B) 291 

Making a Hot Bend 

MF 55-8538 (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 2337C) 291 

Air Compressor 210 CFM 

SFS 5-147 (13 min— 1958 — Sound— Replaces FS 5-17 previously declared 

obsolete in MFIB No. 99) 434 

The Use and Abuses of Twist Drills 

TF 10-933 (27 min— 1942— Film Reference) 377 

ALL OTHERS 

(For Cold Weather see COLD WE A THER: 
Testing and Operations) 
The Unseen Army 

MF 45-8198 (23 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 281 

Report on Aberdeen Proving Ground 

RTAF 143 (19 min— 1952) 199 

Modes and Motors 

EF 180 (9 min — 1945 — Commercial Adaptation) 213 

Save That Part 

FB 9-128 (7 min— 1944— Film Reference) 218 

Trends in Ordnance: 1949 

FB 9-230 (13 min— 1949— Film Reference) 219 

Aberdeen Proving Ground 

FB 9-238 (17 min— 1951).. 219 

Modern Ordnance Material — Wheeled Vehicles 

FB 9-288 (12 min— 1954— Film Reference) -.. 219 

Modern Ordnance Materiel — Tracked Vehicles 

FB 9-289 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 219 

Modern Ordnance Materiel — The M76 Amphibious Cargo Carrier 

FB 9-290 (8 min— 1954— Film Reference) 219 

Scrap for Victory 

FB 20-39 (11 min— 1942— Film Reference) 221 

Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

TF 9-1472 (23 min— 1948— Film Reference).. 367 

The Field Stock Control System 

TF 9-2121 (28 min— 1955— Film Reference) 371 

Recovery Equipment — Part I — M62 Medium Wrecker, Operation of Pow- 
ered F^quipment Controls 

TF 9-2218 (14 iiiiii— 1950) 372 

Recovery Equipment — Part II — M74 Medium Recovery Vehicle, Opera- 
tion of Powered Equipment Controls 

TF 9-2219 (1() min— 195f)— Film Uefercnco).. - 372 

Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance 

TF ^>-2119 (20 min— 1957— Film Reference — Replaces 11- 'J-018, which is 

obsolete) 371 

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CATEGORY INDEX ORD 

For BynopniH 
%ec page S'o. 

Care and Maintenance of Tapered Roller Bearings 

TF 11-257 (31 mill— 1941— Film Reference) 380 

Let's Look at Ordnance 

MF 9-1199 (20 min— 1945— Film Reference) 235 

Elementary Principles of Analog Computers (U) 

GF 9-29 (29 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Prints are for limited distribu- 
tion to /\jmy Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and overseas 
for loan to nccd-to-kno\v audiences — Film is classified CONFIDEN- 
TIAL— Modified Handling Authorized).. 224 

Spot Check Inspection of Motor Vehicles 

TF 9-1513 (17 min— 1948) 367 

Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point 

TF 9-1655 (27 min— 1950) ..- 367 

Velocity Calibration of Artillery 

FB 9-154 (9 min— 1944) .-_--_'?_/_.Ji_. 218 

Operation of Winch, M135 Truck 

TF 9-2535 (6 min— 1058— Film Reference) 375 

Cold Weather Operation — Automotive Winterization Equipment 

TF 9-2549 (38 min— 1958) 376 

NIKE AJAX Multi-Channel Data Recorder— Part II— Tape Analysis (U) 

TF 44-2175 (34 min— 1958— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— Modi- 
fied Handling Authorized) 420 

NIKE AJAX Battery — Defense Against Electronic Counter-Measures (U) 

TF 44-2545 (27 min- 1958— This film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 

Modified Handling Authorized) 421 

NIKE AJAX Battery — Orientation and Synchronization — Part III-A — 
CoUimation of Tracking Antenna by Data Dial Method 

TF 44-2584 (25 min— 1958— Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY) 422 

Ordnance Service in an Oversea Theater 

MF 9-1255 (37 min— 1946) 235 

Technical Training Film Bulletin No. 31 — Power Supplies (U) 

MF 20-8855 (23 min— 1958— Color-Distribution limited to one each 
16mm print to certain United States Army Service Schools and instal- 
lations specified by USCONARC) 268 

Technical Training Film Bulletin No. 29— The Mark 39 Bomb (U) 

MF 20-8856 (26 min— 1958— Color — Distribution limited to one each 
16mm print to certain United States Army Service Schools and instal- 
lations specified by USCONARC) 268 

Launching the Explorer 

MF 21-8933 (10 min— 1958) 270 

Yuma Test Station Facilities 

MF 38-7917 (17 min— 1953— Color)... 276 

NIKE — For Defense of America 

MF 44-8852 (13 min— 1958— Color— Distribution to Army Film and 

Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 279 

Air Compressor 210CFM 

SFS 5-147 (13 min— 1958— Sound— Replaces FS 5-17 previously declared 

obsolete in MFIB No. 99) --- 434 

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31. PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE «cp«"c'!y^ 
Fighting Words 

AFIF 19 (23 min— 1951) 188 

The Hoaxters 

AFIF 46 (38 min— 1953— Coinmprcial Adaptation) 190 

Defense Against Enemy Propaganda 

AIF 1 (29 min— 1957— Film Kef LTcnce) _ 213 

Introduction to Psychological Warfare 

GF 33-27 (16 min— 1956— Color— Film Reference) 226 

Psychological Warfare — A Combat Weapon in Korea 

MF 33-7914 (17 min— 1953).. _ 275 

Photolithography — I — How to Make a Good Impression 

MF 33-8204 (25 min— 1955— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 275 

Photolithography — II — A Better Run for Your Money 

MF 33-8205 (20 min — 1955 — Color— Commercial Adaptation) 275 

Psychological Warfare in Alaska 

NRN (19 min— 1953). 298 

32. PUBLIC INFORMATION 

In addition to Selected Public Information films listed below, Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges maintain up-to-date listings of 
all Department of Army films cleared for Public Nonprofit, Tele- 
vision, and Theatrical exhibition and films cleared for sale to 
the public. 

For si/noptii» 
see page No. 

Serving the Nation 

AFIF 7 (15 min— 1950) 187 

Armed Forces of the L'SA 

AFIF 9 (22 min— 1950) _ 187 

Preparedness and National Security 

AFIF 12 (22 min— 1951) 187 

Headquarters USA 

AFIF 70 (30 min— 1955) -.. 192 

Communist Blueprint for Conquest 

AFIF 76 (33 min— 1956) 192 

The Role of the Army 

MF 45-8586 (25 min— 1955). 282 

Operation Noah 

MF 45-8615 (29 min— 1956— Distribution in CONUS and Overseas) 282 

A Look at Your Army 

MF 45-8052 (12 min— 1956) - 282 

Men 17 to 18V4 — Your Future and the New Reserve Law 

MF 4.5-8589 (12 min— 1955— Distribution in CONl'S onl>) 282 

Our Sons (Recruiting for USAR) 

MF 45-8798 (36 min— 1958— Color) 283 



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For synopsis 
ace page No. 

29— Let's Go — 29th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7554 (20 miii— 1949) 297 

Tlie Red Bull Attacks— 34th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7555 (21 min— 1950) 297 

The Victory Division — 24th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7722 (19 min— 1950) - 297 

The Big Wheel — 34th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7723 (17 min— 1950) - 297 

The Sunset Division — 41st Infantry Division 

MF 130-7730 (13 min— 1951). 298 

Winged Victory on Foot — 43rd Infantry Division 

MF 130-7553 (14 min— 1949) 297 

Twenty-Sixth Infantry Division 

MF 130-7872 (IG min— 1952) 298 

27th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7929 (20 min— 1953) 298 

32d Infantry Division 

MF 130-7930 (18 min— 1953) 298 

36th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7931 (21 min— 1953) 298 

Army ROTC 

MF 145-7743 (18 min— 1951) — 298 

The Army's Corps of Engineers 

NRN (Project 15611) (15 min— 1955) 298 

Power for Peace 

OSD 1 (20 min— 1950) 299 

Tales of Two Cities (Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) 

ANSM 74 (14 min— 1946) -- 196 

San Pietro 

OR 2 (32 min— 1945) .' 207 

Ranger Training 

FB 7-283 (28 min— 1953— Film Reference). 217 

Aberdeen Proving Ground 

FB 9-238 (17 min— 1951) 219 

Military Police Story, The 

FB 19-287 (33 min— 1951— Film Reference) 221 

Weapons of the Artillery 

FB 44-253 (26 min— 1953— Color).... 222 

Army Aviation — Part I — Introduction 

FB 46-260 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference).. 222 

Army Aviation — Part II — Selection and Occupation of Small Unit Air- 
strips 
FB 46-261 (12 min— 1953— Film Reference). --- 222 

Icecap I 

FB 55-286 (30 min— 1954— Film Reference) 223 

Bougainville 

HR A-5 (9 min— 1948) 224 

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For gynoptit 
tee page So. 

The Admiralty Islands 

HR A-8 (16 min— 1949). 226 

Science and the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7710 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 241 

The Great Gun 

MF 9-7940 (12 min— 1952) 236 

Sixth Infantry Division 

MF 7-1297 (20 min— 1948) 230 

The Atom Strikes 

MF 5-1235 (31 min— 1946) 228 

Beyond Tomorrow — A Story of an American Girl 

MF 20-8418 (15 min— 1955— Color) 263 

All Star Team (Recruiting) 

MF 20-8420 (24 min— 1855) 264 

The Whites of Their Eyes 

MF 20-8591 (26 min— 1956) 264 

Launching of Explorer 

MF 21-8933 (10 min— 1958) 270 

NIKE} — For Defense of America 

MF 44-8852 (13 min— 1958— Color— Distribution to Army Film and 

Equipment Exchanges in CONUS) 279 

Hell for Leather 

MF 45-1278 (9 min— 1946) 279 

The Fighting First (Pride of Outfit Film) 

MF 45-1279 (13 min— 1946) 279 

The 82d Airborne Division (Pride of Outfit Film) 

MF 45-1426 (21 min— 1948) 279 

Seventh Infantry Division 

MF 45-7533 (23 min— 1949) 279 

The Famous Third Army 

MF 45-7705 (22 min— 1950) _ 280 

This is West Point 

MF 45-7726 (25 min— 1951) 280 

The 83d Infantry Division in Europe 

MF 45-7814 (20 min— 1951) 280 

Guided Missiles 

MF 45-8354 (26 min— 1954) 281 

Letter from a Mother 

MF 45-8438 (10 min— 1955) 281 

The Soldier's Mission and Responsibilities 

MF 45-8440 (13 min— 1955) 282 

The Making of a West Pointer 

MF 45-8521 (40 min— 1955— Color— Distribution in CON IS and Over- 
seas) w 282 

Field Training for ROTO 

MF 45-8575 (48 min— 1956— Color— Film Refprenco) 282 

It's Your Decision 

MF 19-8843 (32 min— 1958— Color— From Air Foric Subject SFP 368).. 268 

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For 8}/nopHiH 
ace page No. 

Big Picture, The — Operation Lifeline 

MF 20-8944 (28 min— 1958) _ 268 

American Economy, The 

WA 7 (38 min— 1958) _ 429 

The Airborne Soldier 

TF 31-2126 (33 min— 1955— Film Reference) 411 

Mission of the Army 

TF 100-1726 (22 niiu— 1953) _ 428 

Challenge of Outer Space 

OC 8 (61 min— (2 reels)— 1956) :^00 

Workshop for Peace 

AFIF 74 (30 min— 1955) 192 

Your Congressman at Work (Man on the Hill) 

AFIF 79 (20 miu—1956— Color) _ 192 

D-day Convoy 

HE B-15 (19 min- 1948) 227 

American Ninth Army — Aachen to the Roer River 

HR B-29 (31 min— 1948) 227 

American First Army — Aachen to the Roer River 

HR B-30 (29 min— 1948) 227 

Naples to Cassino 

HR C-3 (26 min— 1948) 227 

Invasion of Southern France 

HR C-8 (22 min— 1950) 227 

33. QUARTERMASTER (Food Service and Rations; Other QM 
Activities). 

Note. For Cold weather operation see COLD WEATHER: Testing and oper- 
ation; also see SUPPLY SERVICES: Receipt and issue; Storage; Materiel 
packing and handling; Field operations. 

For «;/7io;)vix 
see page No. 

FOOD SERVICE AND RATIONS 

Veterinary Food Inspection Service — Part H: Theater of Operations 

FB 8-228 (15 min— 1949— Film Reference) 218 

Nutriculture — Vegetable Growing 

FB 10-233 (10 min— 1949— Film Reference) 219 

Cooking Methods and Terms 

OF 10-35 (28 min— 1958) 224 

Our Food and Our Health 

TF 8-1476 (15 min— 1948— Color-Film Reference) 356 

The Stowaway — Part I: Disease and Personal Hygiene 

TF 8-1501 (17 min— 1948— Film Reference) =^56 

The Stowaway — Part II: Galley Sanitation 

TF 8-1502 (24 min— 1948— Film Reference) :i56 

The Stowaway — Part III: Food Storage 

TF 8-1503 (13 min— 1949— Film Reference) 356 

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CATEGORY INDEX 



For aifnopait 
sec page Ho. 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part I: Introduction 

TF 8-1841 (16 mill— 1953— Film Reference) 360 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part II: The Individual 

TF 8-1576 (13 miu— 1950— Film Reference) 367 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part III: Equipment 

TF 8-1577 (12 min— 1950— Film Reference)... - 357 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part IV: Serving Food 

TF 8-1578 (15 miu— 1950— Color— Film Reference) _. 367 

Mess Sanitation 

TF 8-2295 (25 min— 1956) - - 360 

Ration Breakdown 

TF 10-1654 (10 min— 1950— Film Reference) -.. 378 

Handling of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 

TF 10-1640 (38 min— 1950— Color- Film Reference) 378 

The Preparation of Dehydrated Foods 

TF 10-1870 (32 min— 1954— Color-Film Reference) 378 

New Mobile Bakery Equipment 

TF 10-1479 (23 min— 194^— Film Reference) 377 

Central Meat Cutting Plants 

TF 10-1527 (17 min— 1950— FUm Reference) 377 

The Army Cook — Part I: Meat Cutting Tools and Equipment 

TF 10-1133 (20 min— 1943— Film Reference) 377 

The Army Cook — Part II: Cutting a Hindquarter of Beef 

TF 10-1134 (14 min— 1943— Film Reference) 377 

The Army Cook — Part III: Cutting a Forequarter of Beef 

TF 10-1 135 (17 min— 1943— Film Reference) 377 

M-1937 Field Range Fire Unit — Part I — Principles of Operation — Part 

II — Maintenance 
TF 10-1960 (36 min— 1955— Film Reference) 379 

Hand Dishwashing and General Scullery Practice 

TF 10-2283 (11 min— 1955) 379 

Machine Dishwashing, Single Tank 

TF 10-2284 (12 min— 1955) 379 

Machine Dishwashing, Double Tank 

TF 10-2285 (11 min— 1955) 380 

Consolidated Messing Operations 

TF 10-1583 (14 min— 1949— Film Reference) 378 

Mess Sanitation — Part I 

MF 8-8237 (4 min— 1954)... 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part II 

MF 8 8238 (4 min— 1954)... 233 

Mess Sanitation — Part III 

MF 8 S239 (5 min— 1954) 233 

Food for Thought 

MF 10 1339 (-) iMJii- 1948— Film Reference— .Mao includeil in AFSR88).- 238 

Fundamentals of Diet 

MF 10-1362 (11 min — 1947— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)-- 238 

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For Hynopftia 
Kcc page No. 

Principles of Cooking i ml 

MF 10-1363 (11 mill — 1947 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)-- 238 

Preparation of Foods — Part I — Basic White Sauce, Breaded and Ground 

Meats 

TF 10-1911 (17 min— 1954— FUm Reference) 378 

Mess Personnel — Profit and Loss in the Kitchen 

TF 10-2242 (18 min— 1950— Color— Film Reference) 379 

Mess Management — Conservation Control in the Management of a Mess 

TF 10-2243 (14 min— 1950— Film Reference) 379 

Tremendous Trifles — Coffee Urns 

MF 10-1377 (24 min — 1948— Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation)., 238 

Principles of Refrigeration 

MF 8-1343 (20 min— 1947— From Office of Education Film No. 360) 232 

Quality Milk Production 

MF 8-1383 (33 min— 1947— Film Reference— Distribution limited to ZI— t 

Commercial Adaptation) ._ 232 

Mechanical Refrigeration and How It Works 

MF 10-7527 (23 min— 194S— From Navy Film MN 2246- A) 238 

Mobile Field Refrigeration 

MF 10-8453 (11 min— 1955) 239 

Crop Check 

MF 20-7728 (15 min— 1950) 260 

Baking in the Field — Field Expedients— Part I: Adaptation of the Mi937 

Range for Emergency Baking 

FS 10-134 (1944) 444 

Individual Cooking— Part II: Cooking Meats, Fish, Fowl, Eggs, and 

Vegetables 

FS 10-139 (1944) 445 

Individual Cooking — Part III: The Arctic 

FS 10-140 (1944) -- 445 

Individual Cooking — Part IV: The Jungle 

FS 10-141 (1944) - 445 

Outfit, Cooking, Small Detachment 

FS 10-163 (1945) 445 

Veterinary Surveillance Inspection of Perishable Subsistence 

SFS 8-242 (21 min— 1958— Color— Sound) 438 

Food Conservation — The Dollars and Sense of Good Eating 

TF 10-2244 (9 min— 1956— Film Reference) 379 

Meat Cutting By Rail Method 

MF 10-8551 (15 min— 1956) 239 

Food Inspection — Oysters 

FS 8-208 (15 min— 1954— Sound) 438 

Poultry Inspection 

FS 8-197 (27 min— 1951— Sound— Film Reference) --- 438 

Fish Inspection — Part One — North Atlantic Fish 

FS 8-207 (7 min— 1956— Color— Sound) 438 

The Army Range No. 5 

FS 10-118 (1943) --- - — - 444 

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Refrigeration of Food — Part I: In the Field 

FS 10-106 (1943) - 444 

Unit Messing in the Field — Part I — The Mobile Kitchen 

GF 10-33 (9 iiiiii— 1957— Film Reference)- . 224 

Unit Messing in the Field — Part II — Field Operation 

TF 10-2454 (14 min— 1957— Film Reference).. 380 

OTHER QUARTERMASTER ACTIVITIES 

Rat Problem, The 

TF 8-1669 (25 min— 1950— Film Reference) 367 

Sanitation Techniques in Rat Control 

TF 8-1672 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 368 

Practical Rat Control — Ratproofing 

TF 8-1673 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Practical Rat Control— Rat Killing 

TF 8-1674 (37 min— 1951— Film Reference) .. 358 

Rat Ectoparasite Control 

TF 8-1675 (12 min— 1951— Film Reference) 358 

Decision 

MF 10-1317 (16 min— 1947) 237 

Quartermaster at Work 

MF 10-7937 (19 min— 1952— Film Reference) 239 

Japan Logistical Command 

RTAF 142 (19 min— 1952) 198 

Consolidated Loose Issue and Packing Room 

FB 10-224 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) 219 

Cold Weather Uniforms 

FB 10-254 (25 min— 1953— Film Reference) 220 

How to Use Cold Weather Clothing 

GF 10-21 (14 min— 1952— Color— Film Reference) 224 

Nylon Body Armor Test in Korea 

FB 10-255 (14 min— 1953) 220 

Care of Tentage 

MF 10-8451 (8 min— 1955) .- 239 

QM Nondivisional Units 

GF 10-23 (19 min— 1953— Color— Film Reference) 224 

Operation of Quartermaster Corps In CONUS 

GF 10-22 (11 min— 1953— Color— Film R.-ference) 224 

Operation of the 97-10 Sewing Machine 

TF 10-1836 (16 min— 1953) 378 

A Penny Saved 

TF 21-1612 (28 min— 1951) . 104 

Construction of 10,000 Barrel Bolted Steel Tanks— Part I— Foundation, 
Bottom, and Sidewalls 

TF 5- IS] 7 (16 min— 1954) 335 

Construction of 10,000 Barrel Bolted Steel Tanks— Part II— Center Sup- 
port, Deck, Valves, und Vents 

TF 5 iSUS (9 min -1954) . 336 

138 



CATEGORY INDEX QM 

For Ki/nopHiH 
Hcr. piK/r So. 

Quartermaster Reclamation and Maintenance Company, Semi-mobile 

TF 10-1G14 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference) :i78 

Your Proudest Duty 

TF 10-1473 (27 luin— 1947— Film Reference) _. 377 

Battlefield Evacuation of Deceased Personnel 

MF 10-7941 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 239 

Processing of Remains and Interment in Temporary Military Cemeteries 

MF 10-7942 (9 min— 1953— Film Reference) 239 

Search and Recovery of Deceased Personnel 

MF 10-7943 (7 min— 1953— Film Reference) 239 

The QM Field Laundry 

MF 10-8452 (9 min— 1955) 239 

Petroleum Supply Point Operations 

TF 10-1742 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference) ._ 378 

Methods of Cleaning and Drying 

FS 11-94 (1950— Sound) .-. 446 

Shoe Repair — Part VI: The Patching Machine 

FS 10-159 (1944) 445 

Safety Pointers for the Operation of QM Laundry and Dry-Cleaning 
Installations 

FS 20-15 (1945) 449 

Characteristics of Army Lubricants 

FS 10-185 (1948— Somid) 445 

Training War Dogs — Basic Exercises 

TF 10-1256 (21 min— 1943— Film Reference) 377 

Maintenance of Fixed Laundry Equipment 

MF 10-7578 (8 min — 1949 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial Adapta- 
tion) 238 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part I — Laying Pipelines 

TF 5-1862 (19 min— 1954— Film Reference) 335 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part II — Installation of Pumping Stations 

TF 5-1863 (17 min— 1954) 336 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part III — Operation and Maintenance of 
Pipeline Systems 

TF 5-1864 (10 min— 1954) 336 

Operation of the Mobile Petroleum Laboratory 

TF 10-2208 (23 min— 1955— Film Reference) 379 

Fitting Army Uniforms and Footwear — Fitting of the Army Green Uniform 

TF 10-2426 (35 min— 1957— Film Reference) 380 

Fitting Army Uniforms and Footwear — Fitting of Footwear 

TF 10-2430 (20 min— 1957— Film Reference) 380 

Self Service Supply Center 

MF 10-8720 (24 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Fitting Army Uniforms and Footwear — Fitting General Duty Uniforms 

TF 10-2428 (38 min— 1957— Film Reforonco) 380 

Site Selection and Movement of Quartermaster Non-Divisional Units 

MF 10-8722 (24 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 



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Recovery of Quartermaster Air Type Equipment 

MF 10-8721 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Quartermaster Inspection and Maintenance of Air Type Equipment 

MF 10-8726 (19 mill— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Extraction of Heavy Equipment from Aircraft in Flight 

MF 10-8727 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) 257 

Classification of Quartermaster Property 

MF 10-8878 (7 min— 1958— Replaces MF 10-8450 which is obsolete) 240 

Maintenance of a Petroleum Distribution System 

TF 10-2595 (44 min— 1958— Film Reference) 380 

Warehousing Series — Part I — Storage Procedures 

GF 10-36 (21 min— 1958— Film Reference) 224 

Warehousing Series — Part II — Aisle Arrangement 

GF 10-37 (9 min— 1958— Film Reference) 224 

Warehousing Series — Part III — Bins, Racks, and Box Pallets 

GF 10-38 (11 min— 1958— Film Reference) 224 

Operation of the 50-Gallon-per-Minute Petroleum Dispenser 

TF 10-1932 (21 min— 1954— Film Reference) 378 

Operation of the 225-Gallon-per-Minute Petroleum Dispenser 

TF 10-1933 (23 min— 1954— Film Reference) __ 379 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat — Part I: The Norway Rat 

TF 8-1670 (28 min— 1950— Film Reference). 358 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat— Part II: The Roof Rat 

TF 8-1671 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

QM Operation in Europe 

MF 10-8501 (27 min— 1955) 239 

34. SAFETY (General Safety; Driving Safety) 

GENERAL SAFETY i7^/§?i' 

Dangerous War Trophies 

AFIF 23 (12 min— 1953) - . 188 

Two Steps to Safety 

GF 20-9 (13 min— 1952 — Commercial Adaptation) 225 

Let Habit Help 

GF 20-10 (12 mill — 1952 — Commercial Adaptation) - . 225 

Get a Grip on Yourself 

GF 20 11 (15 mill -1952— Commercial Adaptation) -.. 225 

Decide To Be Safe 

GF 20 12 (12 mill— 1952— Commercial Adaiitation) 225 

Shop Safety 

TF 9 2085 (28 min— 194&— Film Rcferoncc) 371 

Once Too Often 

TF 20-1684 (25 min— 1951) - 402 

On Post Safety 

TF 30-1735 (22 mill— 1952) ^ HO 

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CATEGORY INDEX SAFETY 

For Hj/noimiH 
8CC piigc No. 

Railroad Safety 

TF 55-1731 (34 inin— 1952— Film Reference) 12i 

Before They Happen (Fire Prevention) ) 

MF 5-85G7 (14 min — 1955 — Commercial Adaptation) ._ 230 

Fire and Your Hospital 

MF 8-8149 (23 min — 1953 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation).. 232 

Safety of Welders (Use of Welding Protective Equipment) 

MF 9-8550 (7 min— 1955) 237 

Pick Your Safety Target 

MF 20-7995 (14 min— 1953— Commercial Adaptation) 261 

Safety in Offices 

MF 20-7997 (10 min- 1953— From Navy Film MN 1921-D) 261 

The Gamblers (Safe Tractor Operation) 

MF 20-8282 (21 min — 1954— Commercial Adaptation) ._ 263 

To Live in Darkness 

MF 20-8357 (14 min— 1954) 263 

Safe Clothing 

MF 20-8563 (7 min— 1955— Commercial Adaptation) 264 

Shipbuilding Safety — Rigging: Making A Safe Lift 

MF 55-8411 (20 min- 1955— From Navy Film MN 7486- B) 286 

Shipbuilding Safety — Rigging: Maintenance and Care of Gear 

MF 55-8412 (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 7486-C) 286 

For Safety's Sake 

MF 61-1093 (15 min— 1944— Commercial Adaptation) 294 

Safety in the Shop 

MF 61-7771 (12 min— 1951— From US Office of Education FUm No. 481).. 296 

Office Hazards 

FS 20-7 (1944) 449 

Good Housekeeping 

FS 20-8 (1944) - 449 

Safe from Fire 

FS 20-10 (1945) 449 

When Accidents Strike 

FS 20-12 (1944) ._ - 449 

Safe Use of Hand Tools 

FS 20-13 (1945) 449 

Safe Use of Fork Lift 

FS 20-14 (1945) 449 

Safety Precautions in Handling Explosives and Demolitions 

FS 5-69 (1945) 432 

No Man's Land 

FS 20-24 (1947— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 449 

Follow the Leader 

FS 20-29 (1948— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 449 

Safety Is in Order 

FS 20-30 (1948— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Brain Beats Brawn 

FS 20-31 (1948— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

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For nynopai» 
tee page So. 

Production with Safety 

FS 20-32 (1948— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 460 

Cause and Cure 

FS 20-33 (1918—Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Stop, Look, and Listen 

FS 20-38 (1948 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation).. 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Teamwork for Safety 

FS 20-61 (1949 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 460 

Human Factors in Safety — Teaching Safety on the Job 

FS 20-58 (1949 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Everybody's Different 

FS 20-60 (1949 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — The Secret of Supervision 

FS 20-57 (1949 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Human Factors in Safety — Safety Case Histories 

FS 20-62 (1949 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Safety Pointers for Post Engineer Maintenance Operations (1945) 

FS 20-16 (1945) 449 

Flight Safety 

FS31-8 (1951) 462 

Safety Pointers for the Operation of QM Laundry and Dry-cleaning 
Installations 

FS 20-15 (1945)... - 449 

Stop Them Before They Start (Fire Prevention) 

MF 20-8778 (15 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 267 

One to a Customer (Safety) 

MF 20-8777 (10 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 267 

Stay Alert Stay Alive (Safety) 

MF 20-8776 (13 min— 1957— Commercial Adaptation) 267 

Safety in Navy Yards 

MF 55-8489 (16 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 1921 A) 290 

Aim for Safety (Hunting Safety) 

MF 20-8784 (16 min— 1958— Color— Commercial Adaptation— Distribu- 
tion limited to one 16mm print to each Central Film and Equipment 
Exchange in CON US and OS — No additional prints available on re- 
order) 267 

Flammable Liquid Fire Safety 

MF 20-8898 (20 min— 1958— Color) -- 268 

Ladders, Scaffolds, and Floor Openings 

MF 20-8773 (9 min— 1958— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 266 

Paddle a Safe Canoe 

MF 20-8783 (15 min— 1957— Color— Conum-rcial Adaptation) 267 

Don't Drop Your Guard 

MF 20-8775 (10 min— 1957— Color) 267 

Good Housekeeping for Men Only 

MF 20-8774 (13 min— 1957— Color)... 267 

Human Factors In Safety — People Are All Alike 

FS 20-59 (1949— Sound— Coninicrciul Adaptation) . .-^..^^p 460 

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CATEGORY INDEX SAFETY 

DRIVING SAFETY 

For 8ynoi»iin 
8CC page No. 

A Day in Court 

MF 55-8150 (32 min— 1953— Distribution limited to CONUS— Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 1'. _ _ : _ _" _ 285 

Smooth Operation 

GF 20-7 (15 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 225 

Safety Record 

GF 20-8 (12 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 225 

Caution at the Cross Roads 

GF 20-13 (11 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 225 

Danger in Reverse 

GF 20-14 (8 min — 1952 — Commercial Adaptation) 225 

Too Close for Comfort 

GF 20-15 (8 min— 1952 — Commercial Adaptation) 22G 

Too Fast for Conditions 

GF 20-16 (9 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 226 

Wrong Side Suicide 

GF 20-17 (11 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 226 

Looking for Trouble 

GF 20-19 (11 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 226 

What Happened 

GF 20-20 (8 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 226 

Motor Mania 

MF 9-8428 (8 min— 1955— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 237 

"X" Marks the Spot 

MF 20-1368 (22 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 258 

It's Wanton Murder 

MF 20-1367 (12 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 258 

Highway Mania 

MF 20-1370 (10 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation).. 258 

Your Driving Habits 

MF 20-1372 (14 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 258 

And Then There Were Four 

MF 20-7855 (26 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 260 

Safety Saves 

MF 20-8218 (26 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 262 

Drive Right 

MF 20-8348 (20 min— 1954— From Navy Film MN 7498-B) 26:i 

Devil Take Us (Motor Vehicle Safety) 

MF 20-8587 (21 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 264 

Last Date 

MF 20-7854 (19 min— 1951) 260 

A Closed Book 

MF 20-7857 (26 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 261 

Borrowed Power 

MF 20-8717 (17 min— 1956— Commercial Adaptation) 266 



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For 8ynop$it 
tee page So. 



Look Who's Driving 

MF 20-8780 (8 min — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Distribu- 
tion is limited to one print to each Central Film and Equipment Exchange 
in CON US and Overseas for loan to interested units) 267 

Knowing's Not Enough (Safety) 

MF 20-8844 (28 min — 11)57 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Dis- 
tributed to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in COXl'S and 
Overseas) -- 268 

Safe Driving in Bad Weather — Part I — Light Vehicles 

MF 55-8769 (17 min— 1957— From Air Force Film TF 1-5013) 293 

Safe Driving in Bad Weather — Part II — Trucks and Tractor-Trailer 

MF 55-8770 (15 min— 1957— From Air Force Fihn TF 1-5013) 293 

Defensive Driving 

FS 20-53 (1948 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

The Tragic Road to Safety 

FS 20-25 (1948 — Sound — Commercial Adaptation) 449 

No Use Skidding 

FS 20-54 (1948 — Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 450 

Method of Governing Motor March Columns — Maintenance of Safe Inter- 
vehicular Gap 
FS 55-15 (11 min— 1955— Sound) 454 

A Safe Day 

MF 20-1371 (10 min— 1947 — Commercial Adaptation) 258 

Defensive Driving Series — The Art of Being Passed 

MF 20-8952 (10 min— 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — Don't Be a Sitting Duck 

MF 20-8949 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Drive Series — How to Follow Safely 

MF 20-8948 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — How to Pass Safely 

MF 20-8953 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — Stay Right Stay Safe 

MF 20-8950 (10 min— 1958 — Distribution to central tiini ami iijuipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No adtlitional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — What RIght-of-Way? 

MF 20-8951 (10 min— 1958— Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — r.>rii- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 



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For m/nopMia 
gee page No. 

Safe Driving in Europe 

MF 20-8900 (15 min — 1958 — Distribution limited to one 16mm print to 
Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS, Army Terminals, 
and USAREUR— Air Force Film SFP 528) 268 

Live and Let Live 

MF 20-8779 (11 min— 1958 — Commercial Adaptation) 267 

Slii Tips 

MF 20-8781 (23 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Distri- 
bution limited to 1st, 5th, and 6th Army Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges, USAREUR. USARAL, and EUSA) 267 

35. SIGNAL (Principles of Electricity; Wire; Radio; Radar; Pic- 
torial; All Others) 

PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICITY 

For itynopHis 
see page No. 

Science and the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7710 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 241 

Electricity and Magnetism — Part I: Elements of Electricity 

TF 11-622 (14 min— 1942— Film Reference). 381 

Electricity and Magnetism — Part II: Ohm's Law 

TF 11-1200 (19 min— 1943— Film Reference) 381 

Electricity and. Magnetism — Part III: Voltaic Cell, Dry Cell, and Storage 
Battery 

TF 11-1187 (18 min— 1943— Film Reference) _._ 381 

Electricity and Magnetism — Part IV: Charging Storage Batteries 

TF 11-1219 (16 min— 1943— Film Reference) 381 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Theory 

TF 11-1666 (35 min— 1952— Film Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Practical Application 

TF 11-1667 (33 min— 1952— Film Reference) _. _ 383 

Circuit Testing — Signal Generators 

TF 11-1668 (26 min— 1952— Film Reference) - 384 

Taking the Mystery Out of Power Factor 

FS 20-26 (1948— Sound— Commercial Adaptation) 449 

WIRE 
Newfoundland Communications 

FB 11-69 (21 min— 1943— Color— Film Reference) _. 220 

Your Job in the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7803 (20 min— 1951— Film Reference) - 242 

Science and the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7710 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 241 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) -- 257 

Story of Communications on Project Sandstone 

MF 20-7673 (29 min— 1950 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project 

19-7) 259 

Preventive Maintenance Practices for Ground Signal Equipment 

TF 11-1425 (19 min- 1945— Film Reference) 382 

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Maintenance of the Coaxial Line 

TF 11-1046 (29 min— 1951— Film Reference) 383 

Pole Line Construction — Part I: Erecting Telephone Poles 

TF 11-951 (IS min— 1943— Film lU'foroiicc) 381 

Pole Line Construction — Part 11: Installation of Cross Arms 

TF 11-952 (9 min— 1943— Film Reference) 381 

Pole Line Construction — Part III: Installation of Special Cross Arms 

TF 11-968 (13 min— 1943— Film Reference) 381 

Pole Line Construction — Part IV: Fundamentals of Guying 

TF 11-1009 (10 min— 1943— Film Rofcronce) 381 

Pole Line Construction — Part V: Installation of Anchors 

TF 11-1070 (9 luin— 1943— Film Rcfcrcncf) 381 

Pole Line Construction — Part VI: Installation of Guys 

TF 11-1071 (10 min— 1943— Film Reference) 381 

Installation of Field Cable 

TF 11-1317 (20 min— 1944— Film Reference). 381 

Loading and Unloading Poles 

TF 11-1384 (21 min— 1944— Film Reference) 382 

Erecting Large Poles 

TF 11-1406 (26 min— 1945— Film Reference). 382 

Basic Telephony 

TF 11-1553 (20 min— 1949— Film Reference) 382 

Multiple Switchboards — Installation and Operation 

TF 11-1555 (24 min— 1949— Film Reference) 382 

Field Wire Laying Equipment 

TF 11-1637 (20 min— 1950— Film Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Theory 

TF 11-1600 (35 min— 1952— Film Reforonee) 383 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Practical Multimeters 

TF 1 1-1607 (33 min— 1 952— Film Reference) 383 

Manual Telephone Central Office AN/TTC- 7 

GF 11-39 (IS min— 195S— Film Reference) 225 

Facsimile Equipment RC-120 — Part I: Theory and Description 

TF 11-1397 (20 min— 1944— Film Reference) 382 

Facsimile Equipment RC-120 — Part II: Operation 

TF 11-1398 (23 min— 1944— Film Reference) 382 

Climbing and Working on Poles 

TF 11-590 (15 mill— 1912— Film Reference) 380 

Field Wire Splices 

TF 11-1564 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference) 383 

Line-up of Field Teletypewriters Set EE-98-A 

TF 11- 1S39 (S tnin— 1953— Film Rcfcrorice)-. -. 385 

Communication Center Procedure for Corps and Lower Headquarters — 
Part I: Outgoing Messages 

TF 11-1733 (17 min— 1951— Film Refen-nce)- -- 384 

Communication Center Procedures for Corps and Lower Headquarters 

TF 11 1734 (7 miii— 1951 — Film Reference) 384 



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Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures — Part II — Teletype- 
writer Procedure and Preparation of Message 

TF 11-1883 (16 min— 19o4— Film Reference) 385 

Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures — Part III — Single and 

Multiple Calls — Making Corrections and Repetitions 

TF 11-1884 (8 min— 1953— Film Reference) 386 

Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures — Part IV — Maintenance 

and Summary 

TF 11-1885 (11 min— 1954— Film Reference) 386 

Fundamentals of Carrier Telephony — Part I: Principles and Applications 

TF 11-2088 (13 min— 1945— Film Reference) 387 

Fundamentals of Carrier Telephony — Part II: Terminal and Repeaters 

TF 1 1-2089 (25 min — 1945— Film Reference) 387 

Line-up Procedure for Tactical Telegraph Carrier Equipment 

TF 11-1837 (7 min— 1953— Film Reference) 385 

Line-up Procedure for Tactical Telephone Carrier Equipment 

TF 11-1838 (11 min— 1953— Film Reference) 385 

The Army Command and Administrative Network — Part I — Network 

Facilities 

TF 11-2317 (20 min— 1956— Replaces TF 11-1648) 388 

The Army Command and Administrative Network — Part II — Traffic 

Operations 
TF 11-2318 (23 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 11-1649 which 

is obsolete) 388 

Electronic Search Recording Techniques (U) 

TF 30-2601 (37 min— 1958— This film is classified CONFIDENTIAL)... 411 

Installation of Teletypewriter AN/PGC-1 

TF 11-2525 (20 min— 1957— Film Reference) -- 389 

Use of Signal Generator AN/URM-25D 

TF 11-2441 (7 min— 1956— Film Reference) 388 

Maintenance of Field Wire Circuits — Part I: Prevention of Trouble 

FS 11-22 (1943) - 445 

Maintenance of Field Wire Circuits — Part II: Detection of Trouble 

FS 11-23 (1943) 445 

Maintenance of Field Wire Circuits — Part III: Localization and Correction 

of Trouble 

FS 11-24 (1943) 445 

Plow LC-61 (Cable) 

FS 11-54 (1944) __ 445 

Use of Repeating Coil C-161 

FS 11-64 (1944) 445 

Telephone Central Office Set TC-12— Part I: Introduction 

FS 11-67 (1944) --- 445 

Telephone Central Office Set TC-12— Part II: Installation 

FS 11-68 (1944) 445 

Telephone Central Office Set TC-12— Part III: Operation 

FS 11-69 (1944) -lio 



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Spiral-four Cable— Part II: Expedient Splice 

FS 11-78 (1945) - 445 

Spiral-four Cable — Part III: Permanent Splice 

FS 11-79 (1945)-_. --- 446 

Field Wire Ties 

FS 11-101 (1950) - 446 

Switchboard SB-22/PT, Installation and Operation 

FS 11-117 (1954) 440 

Circuit Diagrams 

FS 11-137 (1953) 446 

Drop Wire Runs — Part I 

MF 11-8208 (16 mill — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) 242 

Drop Wire Runs — Part II 

MF 11-8209 (30 min— 1954— Commercial Adaptation) 242 

"T" Zone Inspection 

MF 11-8210 (18 min— 1954 — Color— Commercial Adaptation) 242 

Improved Field Wire Laying with Wire Dispensers 

FB 11-234 (13 min— 1950— Film Reference) i'iL*i._^i?Ri'i9- 220 

Use of Coffing Hoist and Strand Dynamometer 

TF 11-2400 (6 min— 195G— Film Reference) 388 

Use of the Cable Lashing Machine LC-231/FT 

TF 11-2399 (10 min— 1956) 388 

The Step by Step Switch 197-type Selector (Pans 1, 2. and 3) 

MF 1 1-8054 (69 min— 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) 212 

Signals for Missiles 

MF 11-8924 (20 min — 1958— Color — Limited number of prints distribut^il 

to Army Film and Equij)mcnt Exchanges) 243 

Operation and Maintenance of Communication Equipment in Extreme 

Cold 

TF 11-1776 (21 min- 1952— Film Reference) 384 

Theory of Simplex and Phantom Circuits — Part I: Balanced Conditions 

TF 11-2002 (14 min— 1944— Film Reference) 386 

Theory of Simplex and Phantom Circuits— Part II: Unbalanced Conditions 

TF 11-2003 (19 min— 1944— Film Reference) 386 

Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures— Part I — Teletypewriter 

Operation 

TF 11-1882 (9 min— 1953— Film Reference) - 385 

Open Wire Transposition Systems 

TF 11-1950 (17 nnn— 1055— Film Reference) 386 

Use of Marlinespike 

TF 55-2370 (3 min— 1956— Film Reference) . - . - 427 

RADIO 

Electrons on Parade 

KF 183 (20 min— 1945— Commcrcinl Adaptation) 214 

Maintenance of the Coaxial Lino 

TF 11-1046 (29 min— 1951— Film Reference) 383 

Use of Voice Radio 

TF 11-2001 (28 min— 1944— Film Refereuco) 386 

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Science and the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7710 (19 mill— 1950— Film Reference)... 241 

Your Job in the Signal Corps 

IMF 11-7803 (20 min— 1951— Film Reference) 242 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

MF 19-7546 (17 min— 1949— Film Reference) 457 

Story of Communications on Project Sandstone 

MF 20-7673 (20 min — 1950 — From Arnictl Forces Special Weapons 

Project 19-7) 259 

Preventive Maintenance Practices for Ground Signal Equipment 

TF 11-1425 (19 min— 1945— Film Reference) 382 

Radio Operator Training — Technique of Hand Sending 

TF 11-1694 (9 min— 1951— Dit^tribution limited to ZI— Film Reference) . . 384 

Radio Operator Training — Rhythm, Speed, and Accuracy in Hand Sending 

TF 1 1-1695 ( 1 1 min— 1951— Distribution limited to ZI— Film Reference) . 384 

Frequency Meter SCR-211 

TF 11-1188 (18 min— 1943— Film Reference) 381 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Theory 

TF 1 1-1666 (35 min— 1952— Film Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters— Practical Multimeters 

TF 11-1667 (33 min— 1952— Film Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing — Signal Generators 

TF 11-1668 (26 min— 1952— Film Reference) 384 

Microwave Oscillators 

TF 1 1-1567 (18 min— 1949— Film Reference) 383 

The Effects of the Ionosphere on Radio Wave Propagation 

TF 11-1632 ^30 min— 1950— Film Reference) 383 

Tuning Transmitters — Part I: Setting Frequency 

TF 11-1342 (16 min— 1944— Film Reference) 381 

Communication Center Procedure for Corps and Lower Headquarters — 

Part I: Outgoing Messages 

TF 11-1733 (17 min— 1951— Film Reference) .. 384 

Communication Center Procedures for Corps and Lower Headquarters 

TF 1 1-1734 (7 min- 1951— Film Reference) 384 

Operation of The Converter M-209 (U) 

TF 11-1853 (31 min— 1953— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 385 

Radio Sets AN/GRC-3, -4, -5, -6, -7, and -8 

TF 11-1793 (15 min— 1952— Film Reference) 385 

The Single Sideband Multichannel Radio System 

TF 11-1900 (39 min— 1954— Film Referenced - 386 

Radio Transmission Security 

TF 11-1976 (28 miu— 1955) 386 

Tuned Circuits 

TF 11-1831 (28 min— 1954) 385 

Defense Against Radio Jamming 

TF 11-1995 (24 min— 1956) 386 

Tuning Transmitters — Part II: Amplifier and Antenna Tuning 

TF 11-2091 (20 miu— 1945— Film Reference) 387 

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Erection of the AS-19/TRC-1 Antenna System 

TF 11-1S23 (14 min— 1953— Film Reference) 385 

AN/TRC — The Radio Relay Systems of Communications 

TF 11-1779 (42 min— 1952— Film Reference) 384 

Basic Principles of Frequency Modulation 

TF 1 1-20G9 (31 min— 1944— Film Reference) 387 

Radio Sets AN/PRC-8, 9. and 10 

TF 11-2180 (20 min— 1955) -. 387 

Calsbrating and Tuning Radio Set AN/PRC-10 

TF 11-2181 (9 min— 1955) 387 

Calibration Procedure, Set NR-2, RT 70 

TF 11-229S (9 mill— 1050— Film Reference) 388 

The Army Command and Administrative Network— Part I — Network Fa- 
cilities 

TF 11-2317 (20 min— 1956— Replaces TF 11-1648) 388 

The Army Command and Administrative Network — Part II — Traflic Op- 
erations 

TF 11-2318 (23 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 11-1049 which 

is obsolete) 388 

Preset Procedure Radio Receiver AN/GRR-5 

TF 11-2391 (5 min— 1950— Film Reference) 388 

Reading Multimeter Scales 

TF 1 1-2392 (6 min— 1950— Film Reference) - 388 

Use of Signal Generator AN/URM-25D 

TF 11-2441 (7 min— 1950— Film Reference) 388 

Radio Set AN/GRC-9 

TF 1 1-2520 (34 min— 1957— Film Reference) 389 

Training Generator AN/URA-TI 

TF 11-2527 (25 min— 1957— Film Reference) 389 

Introduction to the IFF, Murk X — Identification of Friend or Foe (U) 
TF 44-2340 (19 min — 1957 — Limited distribution to Army Film and Equip- 
ment Exchanges in CONUS and overseas for loan to need-to-know audi- 
ences—Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 421 

Radio Direction Finding — Part I — Theory and Equipment 

FS 30-10 (25 mill— 1950— Sound— Film Reference). 452 

Radio Direction Finding — Part II — Installation and Operations (U) 

FS 30-11 (37 mill — 1957 — Sound — Limited distribution to Army lilm and 

Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS for loan lo necd-to-know 

audiences— Film is cliissified CONFIDENTIAL) 452 

Radio Technician Training Series — Capacitance 

MF 11-1087 (31 min— 1944— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

1540-A) 241 

Radio Technician Training Series — Parts I and II: Inductance 

MF 11-1088 (34 min— 1944— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

154a-n) 211 

Hazards of High-po^sered Radio Transmitters 

FS 11-107 (1952J. .- . 416 



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Wave Propagation and Antenna Theory — Part I 

FS 11-142 (42 min— 1955— Sound) 446 

Wave Propagation and Antenna Theory — Part II 

FS 11-145 (30 min— 1955— Sound) 446 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part I: Exterior General Description and 

Nomenclature 

FS 4-222 (1944) 431 

The Radio Set SCR-584 — Part II — Description and Nomenclature, 

Interior 

FS 4-225 (1944) 431 

Radio Interference — Part I 

TF 11-2487 (23 min— 1958— Film Reference) 388 

Radio Interference — Part II 

TF 11-2488 (37 min— 1958— Film Reference) 388 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part I— Characteristics, Use, and Modes 

of Operation 

TF 1 1-2489 (12 min— 1958— Film Reference) 388 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26 (*)— Part II— Shutdown Checks 

TF 11-2490 (6 min— 1958— Film-Reference) 389 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part III— Operation Power Plant and 

Starting Operation 

TF 11-2491 (4 min— 1958— Film Reference) 389 

Radiotelephone Procedures — Operation 

TF 1 1-2553 (25 min— 1958— Film Reference) 389 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26- (*)— Part IV— Setting Up Receiver as Frequency 

Standard 

TF 11-2563 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 389 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26- (*)— Part V— Preparing Transmitter for Operation 

TF 11-2564 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part VI— Tuning of the Frequency Shift 

Exciter 

TF 11-2565 (8 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26- (*)— Part VII— Tuning Transmitter Using a 

Double Antenna 

TF 11-2566 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26- (*)— Part VIII— Adjustment for Voice Operation 

TF 11-2567 (3 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26- (*)— Part IX— Adjustment for Radioteletype 

Operation 

TF 1 1-2568 (6 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part X— Adjustment for Dual Diversity 

Reception 

TF 1 1-2569 (6 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part XI— Tuning Transmitter Using Whip 

Antenna 

TF 1 1-2570 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part II— Partial Shutdown and First 

Echelon Maintenance for Operator 
TF 11-2571 (3 min— 1958— Film Reference) 390 

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Signals for Missiles 

MF 11-8924 (20 miu — 1958— Color — Limited number of prints distributed 
to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges) _ 243 

RADAR 

The Cathode-ray Oscilloscope 

MF 11-lOlG (24 min — 1944 — Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

2104-B) 240 

Science and the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7710 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 241 

Your Job in the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7803 (20 min— 1951— Film Reference) 242 

AA Defense System AN/GSG-2 (U) 

MF 11-8378 (33 min — 1954 — Distribution limited to film libraries at 
certain Class II installations— Film is classified SECRET) 243 

Electronic Countermeasures Airborne Signal Analyzing Equipment 
AN/APA-74 (U) 

MF 11-8399 (22 min— 1954— Limited distribution to F&EE, Ft Mon- 
mouth, NJ M/F Used by: The Signal School; F&EE, Ft Huachuca, 
Ariz. M/F Used by: Army Electronic Proving Grounds — From Navy 
Film MN 7897-A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL)... 243 

Story of Communication on Project Sandstone 

MF 20-7673 (29 min— 1950— From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project 

19-7) 259 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part IV, Section B: Orientation and Synchro- 
nization with the M9 and MIO Directors 

FS 44-9 (1944) 453 

The Radio Set SCR-584 — Part I: Exterior General Description and 
Nomenclature 

FS 4-222 (1944) 431 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part II: Description and Nomenclature, 
Interior 

FS 4-225 (1944) 431 

Mark III, IFF Modifications (U) 

FB 11-134 (13 min— 1944— Film is classified SECRET) 220 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part V: Operational Checks 

FS44-3 (1944) 453 

Principles of Radar Operation — Part II: Methods of Indicator Presen- 
tation 

TF 4-1103 (20 min— 1944— Film Reference) 328 

Effects of the Ionosphere on Radio Wave Propagation 

TF 11-1G32 (30 mill— 1950 -Film UcrfLTciice) --- 3S;{ 

Siting of Gun Laying Radar Sets 

TF 4-1323 (33 min— 1944— Film Reforcnco) - 330 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part I: Emplacement and March Order 

TF 4-1324 (39min — 1944 — Film Rcforoiici') --- 330 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part II: Tracking Targets 

TF 4-1326 (16 min— 1944— Film Rofcrcnco) - 3:U) 

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Radar Spotting of Trial Fire— SCR-584 

TF 4-13G3 (9 min— 1944— Film Reference) 330 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part III — The M9 Type 
Director with SCR-584 Radar Set 

TF 9-1846 (13 min— 1955) 368 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems — Part IV — The Integrated Fire 
Control System M33 

TF 9-2199 (18 min— 1955) 372 

Technical Principles of Radar — Part I: Introduction 

TF 11-1385 (22 min— 1945— Film Reference) 382 

Technical Principles of Radar — Part II: Mechanics 

TF 11-1386 (22 min— 1945— Film Reference) 382 

Technical Principles of Radar — Part III: Indicators 

TF 11-1387 (45 min— 1946— Film Reference) 382 

Radar Anti-Jamming for the Radar Operator — Part I — Receiver Adjust- 
ments (U) 

TF 11-1420 (29 min— 1945— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 382 

Radar Anti-Jamming for the Radar Operator — Part II — Recognition of 
Electronic Jamming (U) 

TF 11-1421 (28 min— 1945— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 382 

Radar Anti-Jamming for the Radar Operator — Part III — Window (U) 

TF 11-1422 (32 min— 1945— FOm is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 382 

Microwave Oscillators 

TF 11-1567 (18 min— 1949— Film Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing With Meters and Multimeters — Theory 

TF 11-1666 (35 min— 1952— Film, Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Practical Multimeters 

TF 11-1667 (33 min— 1952— Film Reference) 383 

Circuit Testing — Signal Generators 

TF 11-1668 (26 min— 1952— Film Reference) 384 

Servo Systems and Data Transmission — Part I — Fundamentals of Servo 

TF 11-2235 (17 min— 1956) 387 

Servo Systems and Data Transmission — Part II— Basic Principles of 
Positioning Servos 

TF 11-2236 (33 min— 1956) 387 

Principles of Multivibrators 

TF 11-2238 (26 min— 1956) 387 

Use of Signal Generator AN/URM-25D 

TF 11-2441 (7 min— 1956— Film Reference). 388 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part IV: Interference 

TF 44-1327 (18 min— 1945— Film Reference) 413 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part V: Electronic Jamming 

TF 44-1409 (20 min— 1945— Film Reference) 414 

The Radio Set SCR-584— Part VI: Window Jamming 

TF 44-1410 (31 min— 1945— Film Reference) .-. 414 

Spotting Trial Bursts by Radar 

TF 44-1606 (13 min— 1951).. -114 

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Orientation and Synchronization of the SCR-584 and SCR- 784 mth M9 

and MIO Directors 

TF 44-1682 (26 min— 1951) 415 

Employment of the AAFCS M33 Fire Control System Trailer 

TF 44-1780 (17 mia— 1952) 415 

Empiacement of the AAFCS M33 Acquisition Radar 

TF 41-17S1 (14 min— 1953) 415 

March Order of the AAFCS M33 Fire Control System 

TF 44-1782 (15 min— 1053) 415 

March Order of AAFCS M33 Acquisition Radar 

TF 44-1783 (16 min— 1952) 415 

Antiaircraft Fire Control System M33: Fire Missions 

TF 44-1886 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 415 

Antiaircraft Fire Control System M33: Orientation and Synchronization 

TF 44-1887 (18 min— 1954— Film Reference) 415 

Antiaircraft Fire Control System M33 — Start and Stop Procedure 

TF 44-1888 (18 min— 1954) 41G 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 

Part I— Target Tracking Radar 
TF 44-2172 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 4H) 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 

Part II— Missile Tracking Radar (U) 
TF 44-2173 (26 min— 1957— Film Reference — Film is classified CONFI- 
DENTIAL) --. - - 419 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Emergency Energizing Checks and Adjustments — 

Part III— Computer (U) 
TF 44-2171 (20 min— 1958— Film Reference — Distriiiution limited to Army 

Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and OS — Film is classified 

CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized) 419 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, The Ground-Guidance Equipment Operation of the 

Personnel Heating and Ventilating System 
TF 44-2170 (9 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 410 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 

Equipment — Part I — Acquisition Radar (U) 
TF 44-2166 (IS min— 1957— Film Reference— Film is classifiod CONFI- 
DENTIAL^ Modified Handling Authorized). 419 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Gnidancc 

Equipment— Part II — Target Tracking Radar (U) 
TF 44-2167 (12 min— 1967— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) - 419 

NIKE-AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 

Equipment — Part III -Missile Tracking Radar 
TF 44-2168 (11 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

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NIKE-AJAX Battery, Energizing and Deenergizing the Ground-Guidance 

Equipment — Part IV — Computer 
TF 44-2169 (8 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 419 

Reading Multimeter Scales 

TF 11-2392 (6 min— 1956— Film Reference) 388 

Radar Jamming 

MF 11-10S6 (31 min— 1944) 241 

Effects of Electronic Countermeasures on Air Defense Radars 

TF 44-2544 (22 min— 1958— Film Reference— Film is FOR OFFICIAL 

USE ONLY) 421 

AAFCS M33 Defense Against Electronic Countermeasures (U) 

TF 44-2546 (24 min— 1958- Distribution to Central Film and Equipment 

Exchanges in CON US and OS— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— 

Modified Handling Authorized) 421 

Skysweeper Radar System — Defense Against Electronic Countermeasures 
TF 44-2547 (16 min— 1958— Film Reference— Film is FOR OFFICIAL 

USE ONLY) 422 

Surveillance Radar System AN/TPS-ID — Defense Against Electronic 

Countermeasures 

TF 44-2548 (18 min— 1958— Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY) 422 

Operation of the Skysweeper Radar 

TF 44-2528 (36 min— 1957— Film Reference) 421 

Signals for Missiles 

MF 11-8924 (20 min — 1958 — Color— Limited number of prints distributed 

to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges) 243 

PICTORIAL 

Role of the Cameraman 

RTAF 141 (12 min— 1952) _ _ 198 

The Mitchell Camera 

TF 11-298 (17 min— 1942— Film Reference) - - 380 

Film Tactics 

TF 11-1572 (23 min— 1949— Film Reference) 383 

The Technique of Good Projection 

TF 11-1574 (36 min— 1950— Film Reference) 383 

How to Operate the Army 16-mm Sound Projector Set 

TF 11-1752 (31 min— 1952— Film Reference) 384 

Photo Flash Photography — How it Works 

MF 11-1032 (27 min— 1944— Film Reference— Commercial Adaptation. . 240 

Facts About Film 

MF 11-7754 (10 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 241 

Basic Portraiture Lighting 

MF 11-7889 (13 min— 1951) 242 

Origins of the Motion Picture 

MF 11-8634 (21 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 8103) 243 

Photolithography — I — How to Make a Good Impression 

MF 33-8204 (25 min— 1955— Color— Commercial Adaptation). _. - 275 

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Photolithography — II — A Better Run for Your Money 

MF 33-8205 (20 min— 1955— Colur— Coiumercial Adaptation) 275 

Film Strip Preparation 

FS 11-3 (1942) 445 

Film Strip Projector, PH-222— Setting Up and Operating 

FS 11-50 (1944) - 445 

Photographic Darkroom Procedures — Tank Development of Cut Film 

FS 11-58 (1944) 445 

Photographic Darkroom Procedure — Part I: Loading Film Holders 

FS 11-59 (1944) 445 

Photographic Darkroom Procedure — Part III: Contact Printing 

FS 11-60 (1944) 445 

Photographic Darkroom Procedure — Part IV: Projection Printing 

FS 11-61 (1944) 445 

The Photographic Negative 

FS 11-65 (1944) - 445 

Photographic Chemistry 

FS 11-70 (1944— Sound— Film Reference) 445 

Fine Grain Processing 

FS 11-83 (1944— Film Reference) 440 

Framing, Composition, and Perspective 

FS 11-106 (1951) 440 

Repair of Camera PH-47-E and -F, Part I: Disassembly and Reassembly 

of the Bed and Back 

FS 11-108 (1952) 440 

Military Portraiture and Lighting 

FS 11-109 (1952) 446 

Repair of Camera PH-47-F — Part III: Disassembly and Reassembly of 

the Ilex Shutter 

FS 11-111 (1952)... 446 

Repair of Camera PH-47-E — Part IV: Disassembly and Reassembly of 

the Supermatic Shutter 

FS 11-112 (1952) 446 

Repair of Camera PH-47-( ) — Part V: Disassembly and Reassembly of 

the Kalart and Hugo Meyers Range Finders 

FS 11-113 (1952) 446 

Repair of Camera PH-47-( )— Part VI: The Flashgun. Solenoid, and 

B;:ilt-in Synchronizer 

FS 11-111 (1953) 446 

Heights and Depths 

EF 179 (9 min— 1945) 213 

Identification Photography — Operation of Equipment 

FS 11-115 (1952) 446 

Your Job in the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7803 (20 min— 1951— Film Reference) 242 



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Newsreel Planning Pays Oflf (No release No.) 

(17min— 1958) -- 298 

ALL OTHERS 

Your Job in the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7803 (20 min— 1951— Film Reference) 242 

Science and the Signal Corps 

MF 11-7710 (19 min— 1950— Film Reference) 241 

Pro Patria Yigilans (Training and Operation of Signal Corps Units in 

WW 11) 

MF 11-1231 (22 min— 1945— Film Reference) 241 

Operation and Maintenance of Communication Equipment in Extreme 

Cold 

TF 11-1776 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 384 

Preventive Maintenance of Signal Equipment for Commanders 

MF 11-7915 (15 min— 1952) 242 

Communication Center — Procedures for Corps and Lower Headquarters 

TF 11-1734 (7 min— 1951— Film Reference) 384 

Communication Center — Procedure for Corps and Lower Headquarters — 

Part I: Outgoing Messages 

TF 11-1733 (17 min— 1951— Film Reference) 384 

Air Ground Visual Communications — Part H: Communications with 

Friendly Airplanes By Panel 

FS 7-150 (1944) 435 

Sonic Deception (U) 

MF 11-1151 (29 min — 1945 — Limited distribution — Further distribution 

must be authorized by OCSigO— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) . . 241 
Operation Carpetbagger (U) 
MF 11-7899 (16 min — 1951 — Limited distribution — Further distribution 

must be authorized by OCSigO— Film is classified SECRET) 242 

Operation of the TSEC/KL-7 (U) 

TF 11-2529 (38 min— 1957— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL) 389 

Transmission Security i 

TF 30-2555 (30 min— 1958— Film Reference) 411 

Electronic Search Recording Techniques (U) 

TF 30-2601 (37 min— 1958— This film is classified CONFIDENTIAL)... 411 

Yuma Test Station Facilities 

MF 38-7917 (17 min— 1953— Color) 276 

The Sound Reproducer MC-364 

FS 11-44 (1944— Sound) 445 

Methods of Cleaning and Drying 

FS 11-94 (1950— Sound) _ 446 

Signal Supply: Item Identification ' 

FS 11-120 (1953) 446 

Signal Supply: Nomenclature Systems 

FS 11-125 (1964) 446 



157 



SUP SVC CATEGORY INDEX 

36. SUPPLY SERVICES (Receipt and Issue; Storage; Materiel 
Packing and Handling; Field Operations) 

Note: Also see TRANSPORTATION: Driving and first echelon 
maintenance; motor; rail; water; air; all others; and QUARTER- 
MASTER: Food service and rations; other QM activities. 

For nynoptia 
»ce page So. 

RECEIPT AND ISSUE 

Dollars and Sense — The Army Financial Management Plan 

MF 20-8635 (34 min— 1956) _ 265 

Operation Streamline — Stock Accounting 

GF 10-18 (15 min— 1952— Color— Film Ucference) _ _ 224 

Materials Handling Methods 

TF 10-1530 (22 min— 1919— Film Reference) __ 377 

Materials Handling of Unit Loads 

MF 10-7582 (11 min— 1949— Film Reference) 238 

The Field Stock Control System 

TF 9-2121 (28 min— 1955— Film Reference) 371 

Stock Control at War 

MF 54-1112 (20 min— 1945) 284 

Quality Control Through Statistical Methods — Acceptance Sampling 

MF 38-8008 (17 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN GG21-li) 276 

Quality Control Through Statistical Methods — Process Control 

MF 38-8007 (13 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN GG21-A) 276 

Consolidated Loose Issue and Packing Room 

FB 10-224 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) ..- 219 

Ration Breakdown 

TF 10-1G54 (10 min— 1950— Film Reference) 378 

Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point 

TF 9-1655 (27 min— 1950) 367 

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation 

TF 9-1859 (25 min— 1954) 368 

Petroleum Supply Point Operations 

TF 10-1742 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference) 378 

Operation of the Mobile Petroleum Laboratory 

TF 10-2208 (23 min— 1955— Film Reference) 379 

Stock Control Practices — Part I: Control Levels 

FS 38-8 (1944— Sound) - 453 

Stock Control Practices — Part II: Stock Record Cards 

FS 38-9 (1944— SouimI— Film Reference) _ 453 

War Department Shipping Document — Part I: Preliminary Preparation 

FS 38-2 (1944— iMlm Reference) 453 

Documentation of Freight— Part III: The liill of Lading 

FS 55-4 (8 mill— 1952— Sound) 454 

Self Service Supply Center 

MF 10 8720 (24 min— 1957— Fihn Reference) i^i^^^ii;---. 240 

The Hig Picture Operation Lifeline 

MF 20 8944 (28 min— 1958) 268 

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For Kynopnit 
tee page No. 



STORAGE 



Consolidated Loose Issue and Packing Room 

FB 10-224 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) ._ 219 

Materials Handling Methods 

TF 10-1530 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) 377 

Prevention of Pilferage — Part I: Depots and Warehouses 

TF 19-1610 (20 min— 1952— Film Reference) 398 

Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point 

TF 9-1655 (27 min— 1950) 367 

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation 

TF 9-1859 (25 min— 1954) 368 

Petroleum Supply Point Operations 

TF 10-1742 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference) .._ 378 

Operation of the Mobile Petroleum Laboratory 

TF 10-2208 (23 min— 1955— Film Reference) 379 

Preventive Maintenance Practices for Ground Signal Equipment 

TF 11-1425 (19 min— 1945— Film Reference) 382 

Sanitation Techniques in Rat Control 

TF 8-1672 (21 min— 1950— Film Reference) 358 

Quality Control Through Statistical Methods — Acceptance Sampling 

MF 38-8008 (17 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 6621-B) 276 

Quality Control Through Statistical Methods — Process Control 

MF 38-8007 (13 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 6621-A) 276 

Warehousing Series — Part I — Storage Procedures 

OF 10-36 (21 min— 1958— Film Reference) 224 

Warehousing Series — Part II — Aisle Arrangement 

OF 10-37 (9 min— 1958— Film Reference) 224 

Warehousing Series — Part III — Bins, Racks, and Box Pallets 

OF 10-38 (11 min— 1958— Film Reference) - 224 

Warehousing at War — Part III: Receiving 

FS 38-5 (1945— Sound— Film Reference). 453 

Warehousing at War — Part VI: Stacking and Unloading with Fork Lift 

Trucks 

FS 38-13 (1945— Sound— Film Reference) 453 

Storage and Handling of Gasoline Lubricants in the Field — Part I: 

Gasoline 

FS 10-124 (1943) 444 

Packaging and Packing — Methods of Preservation (Includes lA Methods) 

SFS 38-33 (13 min— 1958— Film Reference— Sound) 453 

Prevention of Pilferage — Part II: On Ships and Wharves 

TF 19-1661 (31 min— 1951— Film Reference) -- 399 

Dehumidified Storage 

MF 20-8935 (15 min — 1958 — Distribution to Army Film and Equipment 

Exchanges in CONUS— Navy Film MN 8077) --- 268 

MATERIEL PACKING AND HANDLING 

Materials Handling Methods 

TF 10-1530 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) -- 377 

159 



SUP SVC CATEGORY INDEX 

FortimopaU 
tee pog0 No. 

Materials Handling of Unit Loads 

MF 10-7582 (11 mill— 1949— Film Reference) 238 

Consolidated Loose Issue and Packing Room 

FB 10-224 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) 219 

Operator's Care and Maintenance of Materials-Handling Equipment 

TF 10-2095 (17 min— 1945— Film Reference) 379 

Packing of Materiel for Oversea Shipment — Part I: Cleaning, Presery- 

ing, and Wrapping 

TF 9-1358 (30 min— 1944— Film Reference) 305 

Preparation of Materiel for Oversea Shipment — Part II: Packing and 

Boxing 

TF 9-1359 (29 min— 1944).. 365 

Preparation of Materiel for Oversea Shipment — Part III: Crating 

TF 9-1374 (31 min— 1944) 366 

Stevedoring — Part VII: Heavy Lifts 

TF 55-1744 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 424 

Spray-formed Plastic Casing 

FB 9-179 (19 min— 1945) 218 

Peelable Plastic Packaging j^^.,, j 

MF 3S-8441 (15 min— 1955) -"J.r 276 

Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Signal Corps Equipment 

FB 11-142 (17 min— 1944— Film Referonce) 220 

Waterproofing Signal Corps Equipment 

FB 11-188 (29 min— 1945— Film Reference) „ 220 

ni;T - 
Beach and Port Clearance by Highway Transport 

TF 55-1758 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 424 

Petroleum Supply Point Operations 

TF 10-1742 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference) 378 

Operation of the Mobile Petroleum Laboratory 

TF 10-2208 (23 min— 1955— Film Reference) 379 

Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point 

TF 0-1055 (27 min— 1950) 367 

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation 

TF 9-1859 (25 min— 1954) 3G8 

Mechanical Handling of Materials 

FS20-9 (1944) 440 

Ammunition Handling in Depots 

FS 38-11 (1945— Sound) 453 

Packaging and Packing — Use of Salvaged Packaging Materials 

SFS 38-27 (20 min— 1955— Sound) 453 

Packaging and Packing — Domestic Shipping Containers 

FR 38 29 (22 min— 1954) 453 

Packaging and Packing — Export Shipping Containers 

F8 38-28 (20 min— 1954)-.. 453 

Packaging and Packing — Methods of Preservation 

SFS 38 20 (Ui min— 1954— Sound) 453 

Packaging and Packing, Method I — Preservative Coating 

SFS 3S 23(11 min— 1951— Sound) 463 

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CATEGORY INDEX SUP SVC 

For Kj/nopMlx 
Kcc page Ko. 

Packaging and Packing — Methods of Preservation (Includes lA Methods) 

SFS 38-33 (13 min— 1958— Film Reference— Sound) 453 

Military Packaging Procedures — Method IA-3, Greaseproof, Water- 
proof Bag, Sealed 

FS 11-98 (1951— Sound)... 446 

Packaging and Packing Method IA-8 — Greaseproof, Waterproof, Water- 
Vaporproof Bag, Sealed 

SFS 38-24 (10 min— 1954— Sound) 353 

Packaging and Packing — Method IB — Strippable Compound Coating 

SFS 38-25 (14 n\in— 1954— Sound) 353 

Military Packaging Procedures — Method IIA, Floating Bag 

FS 11-99 (1951— Sound).. 446 

Packaging Methods — Method IIB — Container-Barrier-Container 

FS 11-91 (1948— Sound) 446 

Packaging and Packing, Method IIC — Cushioned-Item-Bag 

FS 38-22 (10 min— 1954— Sound; 453 

Military Packaging Procedures — Methods of Applying Preservative 

Coatings 
FS 11-100 (1951— Sound) 446 

Documentation of Freight— Part III: The Bill of Lading 

FS 55-4 (8 min— 1952— Sound) 454 

Stowing of General Cargo 

FS 55-6 (10 min— 1953— Sound) 454 

Storage and Handling of Gasoline Lubricants in the Field — Part I: Gasoline 

FS 10-124 (1943) 444 

Unloading Gasoline from Tank Cars 

FS 10-126 (1943) — 444 

The Big Picture — The Engineer Supply Mission 

MF 5-8954 (29 mia— 1958) -- 230 

FIELD OPERATIONS 
A Penny Saved 

TF 21-1612 (28 min— 1951) _-. 404 

Economy is Everybody's Business 

AFIF 8 (19 min— 1950) -. 187 

Ideas Unlimited 

MF 20-1144 (18 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation).. 258 

Materials Handling Methods 

TF 10-1530 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference) 377 

Ration Breakdown 

TF 10-1654 (10 min— 1950— Film Reference).. 378 

Depot Organization and Operations 

TF 10-1611 (11 min— 1950— Film Reference) 378 

Industrial Plant Protection 

TF 19-1847 (29 min— 1953— FUm Reference) 401 

The Field Stock Control System 

TF 9-2121 (28 min— 1955— Film Reference)... 371 

Operation Streamline — Stock Accounting 

OF 10-18 (15 min— 1952— Color— Film Reference) 221 

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SUP SVC CATEGORY INDEX 

For ti/noptU 
$ee page A'o. 

Quartermaster Reclamation and Maintenance Company, Semi-mobile 

TF 10-1614 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference) 378 

Beach and Port Clearance by Highway Transport 

TF 55-1758 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference) 424 

Transportation Corps Operations — SUNAC 

MF 55-7952 (27 min— 1953) 284 

The Eve of Battle 

MF 40-1043 (20 min— 1944— From British FUm BC 7559) 278 

Rolling to the Rhine 

MF 55-1135 (9 min— 1945) 284 

Japan Logistical Command 

RTAF 142 (19 min— 1952) _._ 198 

Supply Problems in the Southwest Pacific 

FB 10-127 (40 min— 1944) __ 219 

C.O.D. Saipan 

MF 54-1114 (23 min— 1945)__- 284 

Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point 

TF 9-1655 (27 min— 1950) 367 

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation 

TF &-1859 (25 min— 1954) 368 

Petroleum Supply Point Operations 

TF 10-1742 (27 min— 1952— Film Reference).. 378 

Operation of the Mobile Petroleum Laboratory 

TF 10-2208 (23 min— 1955— FUm Reference) 379 

Storage and Handling of Gasoline Lubricants in the Field — Part I: 
Gasoline 

FS 10-124 (1943) 444 

Unloading Gasoline from Tank Cars 

FS 10-126 (1943) 444 

Signal Supply: Item Identification 

FS 11-120 (1953) 446 

Signal Supply: Nomenclature System 

FS 11-125 (1954) _ 446 

Movement Control In a Theater of Operations 

FS 55-21 (16 min— 1956— Sound— Film Reference) 454 

Big Picture, The — Operation Lifeline 

MF 20-8944 (28 min— 1958).. _ 268 

37. TRANSPORTATION (Driving and First Echelon Mainte- 
nance; Motor; Rail; Water; Air; All Others) 

DRIVING AND FIRST ECHELON MAINTENANCE 

(For safely in vehicle driving; see SAFETY: Driving Safety) 

Fur »)tnop»U 
me page So. 

Lubrication of Military Vehicles — Part I: Principles of Lubrication 

TF 9-1268 (25 min— 1943— Film Reference— Commercial Adaptation) 364 

The Oil Filter Goes to War 

TF 9-1218 (26 min— 1943— Film Reference) 364 

162 



CATEGORY INDEX TRANS 

For synopHiH 
ace page No. 

Truck Operation in the Combat Zone 

TF 10-2087 (12 mill— 1945— Film Reference) _ 379 

Recovery Equipment — Part I — M62 Medium Wrecker, Operation of 
Powered Equipment Controls 

TF 9-2218 (14 min— 1956) 372 

Recovery Equipment — Part II — M74 Medium Recovery Vehicle, Opera- 
tion of Powered Equipment Controls 

TF 9-2219 (16 min— 1956— Film Reference) 372 

Automotive Preventive Maintenance — After Operation 

TF 55-2557 (7 min— 195S— Film Reference) _. 427 

Automotive Preventive Maintenance, Before the Operation 

TF 55-2558 (7 min— 1958— Film Reference) 427 

Automotive Preventive Maintenance, During the Operation and at the 
Halt 

TF 55-2559 (6 min— 1958— Film Reference) _ . 427 

Safety Saves 

MF 20-8218 (26 min— 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) _ 262 

Light Cargo Carrier, M29C 

FB 9-125 (16 min— 1944) 218 

Driving the Semitrailer 

TF 55-1478 (19 min— 1948— Film Reference) 424 

Truck, Amphibian, 2V2-ton, 6x6, CMC, DUKW.353— Part I: First 

Echelon Maintenance 

TF 9-1328 (26 min— 1944— Film Reference) 365 

Spot Check Inspection of Motor Vehicles 

TF 9-1513 (17 min— 1948— Film Reference) 367 

Why Engines are Governed 

TF 55-2184 (5 min— 1955— Film Reference) 425 

Motor Vehicle Operation 

FS 20-11 (1944) -- 449 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 

Driver, Before-operation Service — Part I 

FS 9-222 (1944) 442 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 

Driver, Before-operation Service — Part II 

FS 9-223 (1944) 442 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 

Driver, Before-operation Service — Part III 

FS 9-224 (1944) 442 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 

Driver, During-operation Service — Part I 

FS 9-225 (1944) 442 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 

Driver, During-operation Service — Part II 

FS 9-226 (1944) 142 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 

Driver, After-oepration and Weekly Service — Part I 
FS 9-238 (1944) -- 442 

163 



TRANS CATEGORY INDEX 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 
Driver, After-operation and Weekly Service — Part II 

FS 9-239 (1944).. 442 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 
Driver, After-operation and Weekly Service — Part III 

FS 9-240 (1944) 442 

Preventive Maintenance, Automotive Wheeled Vehicles, First Echelon 
Driver, After-operation and Weekly Service — Part IV 

FS 9-241 (1944) 442 

Tractor Trailer Driving 

FS 10-147 (1944) 445 

Truck, Amphibian, 2Vi-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353, Preventive Mainte- 
nance, First Echelon — Part I 

FS 9-212 (1944) 44 1 

Truck, Amphibian, 2i^-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353, Preventive Mainte- 
nance, First Echelon — Part II 

FS 9-213 (1944) 441 

Truck, Amphibian, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW.353, Preventive Mainte- 
nance. First Echelon — Part III 

FS 9-214 (1944) 441 

Truck, Amphibian, 2V2-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353, Preventive Mainte- 
nance, First Echelon — Part IV 

FS 9-215 (1944) 441 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XIX — Air Hydraulic Brake System, 
Principles of Operation 

TF 9-2603 (17 min— 1958— Film Reference) 376 

The Motor Vehicle Driver — Traction Aids and the Winch 
TF 55-2348 (29 min— 1957— Film Reference— Replaces TF 11-555 pre- 
viously declared obsolete) - 426 

MOTOR 

Troop Movement by Motor 

TF 7-1709 (34 min— 1953— Film Reference) 347 

Traffic Patrols and Escorts 

TF 19-1579 (22 min— 1949— Film Reference). 398 

Driving the Semitrailer 

TF 55-1478 (19 min— 1948— Film Reference) 424 

The Army Transportation Corps 

MF 55-7948 (27 min— 1953) 284 

Beach and Port Clearance by Highway Transport 

TF 55-1758 (17 min— 1954— Film Reference)- 424 

Loads and Loading of General Transport Vehicles 

TF 55-1918 (18 min— 1955) 426 

Making the March Graph 

FS 55-10 (15 mill— 1953— Sound) - -.- 154 

Methods of Governing Motor March Columns — Maintenance of Safe 

Intervchicular Gap 
FS 55-15 (11 min— 1955— Sound) 454 

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CATEGORY INDEX TRANS 

For ftynopHiif 
see page No. 

Operation of Truck Terminals 

SFS 55-11 (11 mill— 1955— Sound) _ 454 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part I — By Motor Vehicle 

TF 9-2507 (21 miii— 1957— Film Reference) _ 374 

Automotive Preventive Maintenance, After Operation 

TF 55-2557 (17 min— 1958— Film Reference) 427 

Automotive Preventive Maintenance, Before the Operation 

TF 55-2558 (7 min— 1958— Film Reference) 427 

Automotive Preventive Maintenance, During the Operation and at the Halt 

TF 55-2559 (G min— 1958- Film Reference) 427 

Defensive Driving Series — The Art of Being Passed 

MF 20-8952 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) _ __ 269 

Defensive Driving Series — Don't Be a Sitting Duck 

MF 20-8949 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercail Adaptation) 209 

Defensive Driving Series — How to Follow Safely 

MF 20-8948 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — How to Pass Safely 

MF 20-8953 (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film ?nd equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — Stay Right Stay Safe 

MF 20-8950 (10 min— 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

Defensive Driving Series — What Right-of-Way? 

MF 20-8951 (10 mm — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — Com- 
mercial Adaptation) 269 

The Big Picture — The Pentomic Army 

MF 45-8936 (28 min— 1958— Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS, USARAL, USAR PAC, and USARFANT) 283 

RAIL 

Railroaders Always 

MF 10-1168 (18 min— 1945) 237 

Steam Locomotive Firing 

FB 55-270 (12 min— 1953) 223 

The Locomotive Air Brake System 

FB 55-271 (14 min— 1953) ._ 223 

Outloading of Diesel Locomotives 

FB 55-248 (13 min— 1952— Film Reference)... 223 

Railroad Safety 

TF 55-1731 (34 min— 1952— Film Reference) ._ 424 

165 



TRANS CATEGORY INDEX 

For *yNop*i« 
«ee page So. 

Railroad Freight Handling — Ichabod, the Man Without a Head 

MF 65-8244 (15 min — 1954— Color— Commercial Aduptatioiij 286 

The Army Transportation Corps 

MF 55-7948 (27 min— 1953) _ 284 

Unloading Gasoline from Tank Cars 

FS 10- 1 26 ( 1 943) 444 

Rail Right-of-Way Maintenance and Repair — Elements of Maintenance 

FS 55-18 (20 min— 1954) 454 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part H — By Rail 

TF 9-2508 (13 min— 1957— Film Reference) 374 

Operation of the GM Unit Injectors 

TF 55-2560 (4 min— 1958) 427 

Cleaning and Testing the K Brake (Railway) 

TF 55-2556 (8 min — 1958 — Film Reference — Distribution to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and OS) 427 

WATER 

The Army Transportation Corps 

MF 55-7948 (27 min— 1953) 284 

Transportation Corps Operations — SUNAC 

MF 55-7952 (27 min— 1953) 284 

Active Peacetime Service 

OF 54 (26 min— 1949— From Coast Guard Film MG C921) 301 

Lookout Training — Your Importance 

MF 55-8460 (4 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 16N) _.. _ 287 

Lookout Training — Bearings 

MF 55-8461 (4 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 16R) - .'. 287 

Lookout Training — Lookout 

MF 55-8462 (23 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 16U) - 287 

Officer of the Deck— At Sea— Part I 

MF 55-8470 (26 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 16U) ..". 288 

Damage Control — Investigation to Damage 

MF 55-8474 (18 min — 1955 — Color — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From 
Navy Film MN 4920D) 288 

Damage Control — Elements of Stability in Ships 

MF 55-8475 (37 min — 1944— Dislrihulion to etiilral film and equipnitnt 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Cummaiid — From Navy Film 
MN 61 F) _ - 288 



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CATEGORY INDEX TRANS 

For »}/noj>nia 
ace pdi/v So, 

Painting Ships and Boats 

MF 55-8477 (9 niin — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN76C) 288 

Painting Ships Bottom — Sandblasting 

MF 55-8478 (10 min— 1956— Color— Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From 
Navy Film MN2528A) 289 

Painting Ships Bottoms — Hot and Cold Plastic Antifouling Paint 

MF 55-8479 (10 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 2528B) 289 

Abandon Ship 

TF 21-1244 (29 min— 1944— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 

1145) 404 

Handling a Lifeboat Under Oars — Rowing — Part I 

MF 55-8481 (12 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Coast 
Guard Film MG 2160A) 289 

Handling a Lifeboat Under Oars — Commands — Part H 

MF 55-8482 (10 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Coast 
Guard Film MG 21G0B) 289 

Shipbuilding Skills — Coppersmith — Flaring and Reducing 

MF 55-8487 (18 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Commands — From Navy 
Film MN 2346A) 290 

Shipbuilding Skills — Blacksmith — Calculating and Bending Rings and 
Links 

MF 55-8488 (21 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges iu CONUS and Transportation Commands — From Navy 
Film MN 2350A) 290 

Shipbuilding Skills — Nomenclature of Ship's Fundamentals 

MF 55-8483 (20 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy 
FilmMN2334A).._ _.. 289 

Shipbuilding Skills — The Shipfitter — Lifting Templates for a Foundation 

MF 55-8485 (23 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 2338A) 289 

Shipbuilding Skills — Shipfitter — Simple Foundations — Part H 

MF 55-8186 (16 min— 19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 2338C) 289 

Shipbuilding Skills — Ship's Blueprints Basic 

MF 55-8484 (21 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Commands — From Navy 
Film MN 2335A) _ 289 

Shipbuilding Safety — Rigging: Making a Safe Lift 

MF 55-8411 (20 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 7486-B) 286 

Shipbuilding Safety — Rigging: Maintenance and Care of Gear 

MF 55-8412 (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 748G-C) 286 



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TRANS CATEGORY INDEX 

For aynopaU 
»ec pngr No. 

Safety in Navy Yards 

MF 55-8489 (16 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 1921 A) , , 200 

Military Stevedoring — Part II: Cargo Handling Gear, Basic Operation 

TF 55-1005 (15 min— 1943— Film Ilefcreuc-) 424 

Military Stevedoring — Part III: Winches and Roomfi 

TF 55-1093 (19 min— 1943— Film Rr-fcronc(>) 424 

Military Stevedoring — Part IV: Drafts and Slings 

TF 55-1117 (16 min— 1943— Film Reforenco) 424 

Military Stevedoring — Part V: Straps and (Transportation) Bridles 

TF 5.5-1118 (14 min— 1943— Film Rcfnronco) 424 

Military Stevedoring — Part VI: Vehicle Loading and Stowing 

TF 55-1119 (16 min— 1943— Film Rofcrenco).. 424 

Stevedoring — Part VII: Heavy Lifts 

TF 55-1744 (21 min— 1952— Film Reference) 424 

Stevedoring — Part VIII: Expedients 

TF 55-1551 (14 min— 1952— Film Reference) 424 

Introduction to the Electric Winch 

TF 55-1812 (7 min— 1953) -.. 425 

Injector Rack Setting for GM Diesel Series 71 Engines 

TF 55-2369 (4 min— 1956— Film Kcforencc) 427 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Crossing Steam Vessels 

MF 55-8051 (15 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 202-R) 285 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Halifax Incident 

MF 55-8048 (26 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 202-A) 285 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Meeting Steam Vessels 

MF 55-8049 (17 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 202-K) 285 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Overtaking Situation 

MF 55-8050 (15 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 202-N). 285 

Navigation — The Earth 

MF 55-8463 (20 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 83A) - 287 

Navigation — Nautical Astronomy 

MF 55-8464 (18 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film anfl cquipmont 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Comman<l — From Navy 
Film MN 83C) 287 

Navigation — Charts 

MF 65-8044 (15 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 83-B).. 284 

The Gyro Compass — Principles of the Gyroscope 

MF 55-8465 (10 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film ami (-(luipment 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 1792A) - -- 287 

Aids to Navigation — How to Use Navigational Aids 

MF 65-8052 (7 min— 1952— Color—From Navy Film MN 202 -AC) 285 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyroscope and the Earth's Rotation 

MF 66-8466 (10 min— 1966— From Navy Film MN 1792H) 288 



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CATEGORY INDEX TRANS 

For HynopniH 
nee page No. 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyroscope and Gravitation 

MF 55-8407 (12 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 1792C)._ - 288 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyro Becomes a Compass 

MF 55-8468 (15 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 1792D) - - 288 

The Gyro Compass — The Compass Systems 

MF 55-8469 (16 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 1792E). - .-. 288 

Navigation — Fog Piloting 

MF 55-8047 (23 min— 1952— Froni Navy Film MN S3-V) 285 

Navigation — Interpretation of Bearings, Single Lines of Position 

MF 55-8053 (19 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 507-C) 285 

Navigation — Piloting (Surface) 

MF 55-8046 (18 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 83-H) 285 

Dead Recltoning 

MF 55-8045 (20 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 83-G) . 285 

Subarctic Inland Waterways Navigation 

TF 55-2296 (24 min— 1956 — Film Reference) 425 

Amphibious Ships, Crafts, and Vehicles 

MF 55-8457 (21 min — 1955 — Distributions to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Marine 
Film MH 7483) 286 

Amphibious Warfare — Handling the Landing Craft 

MF 55-8455 (15 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN-942D) 286 

Amphibious Warfare, The LCVP— Pt II— Boat Handling 

MF 55-8458 (19 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 4306B) -- 287 

Amphibious Warfare, the LCM (3) Operation 

MF 55-8459 (21 min — 1955 — Distributions to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 4307B) --- 287 

Gray Marine Diesel Goes to War 

MF 55-8533 (14 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — Commercial 

Adaptation) -_.,~. — 29 1 

Gray Marine Diesel Goes to War — Service and Maintenance • " ' 

MF 55-8534 (25 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — Commercial 

Adaptation) 29 1 

Gray Marine Diesel — GM Unit Injector — Removal and Replacement 
MF 55-8535 (12 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — Commercial 
Adaptation) 291 

169 



TEANS CATEGORY INDEX 

J' 

Gray Marine Diesel — GM Unit Injector — Cleaning and Repairing 

MF 55-8536 (25 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — Commercial 
Adaptation) 291 

Outloading of Diesel Locomotives 

FB 55-248 (13 min— 1952— Film Reference)... 223 

Combat Loading — Part II — Indian Joe 

MF 55-8454 (4 min — 1955 — Color Distribution to central film and equip- 
ment exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — From Ma- 
rine Film No. MH 5343B) 286 

The LST— Employment 

MF 55-8456 (19 min — 1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
MN 4302B) 286 

Copper Bessmer Diesel Engine Fuel Injection Systems 

MF 55-8531 (14 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 46-B) 291 

Cycloidal and Hydraulic Jet Propulsion 

FB 55-236 (11 min— 1950) 223 

C.O.D. Saipan 

MF 54-1114 (23 min— 1945) 284 

The Lead Line, Fathometer 

FS 55-14 (1952— From Coast Guard Film Strip SG 1689) 454 

Man Overboard Emergency Drill 

SFS 55-24 (1944 — Sound — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film 
SN 370) .- 454 

Piloting — Instruments Used in Piloting 

FS 55-26 (1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command — From Coast Guard Film SG 
3883A)._ _ .- 454 

Piloting — The Magnetic Compass 

FS 55-27 (1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command — From Coast Guard Film SG 
3883B) 454 

Piloting — Radio Direction Finder 

FS 55-28 (1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command — From Coast Guard Film SG 
3883E) 455 

Piloting — The Azimuth Circle and Pelorus 

FS 55-29 (1955 — Distribution to central film and c(iuipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Conunand — From Coast Guard Film SG 
3883K). 455 

Stowing of General Cargo 

FS 56-6 (10 min— 1963— Sound) 454 

Nomenclature of the Sextant 

TF 55-2364 (4 min— 1957— Film Reference) 426 

Sextant Adjustment 

TF 55-2365 (8 niiii— 1957--Film Il.f.nncf.) 426 



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CATEGOUY INDEX TRANS 

For aynopniH 
see page No. 

Use of Loran 

TF 55-2366 (7 min— 1956— Film Reference) 426 

Use of Radio Direction Finder 

TF 55-2367 (6 min— 1 956— Film Reference) 426 

Injector Timing for GM Diesel, Series 71, Using 70-mm, 80-mm, and 90- 

mm Injectors 
TF 55-2368 (5 min— 1956— Film Reference) 427 

Characteristics and Check of Diving Helmet Valves and Attachments 

TF 55-2341 (4 min— 1957— Film Reference) 426 

Dressing the Diver 

TF 55-2342 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 426 

Assisting the Diver 

TF 55-2343 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 426 

Diving Dress Patches 

TF 55-2344 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) _ 426 

Diving Procedure 

TF 55-2345 (6 min— 1957— Film Reference) 426 

Handling, Stowing, and Transportation of Explosives as Cargo on Board 
Merchant Vessels 

MF 55-8473 (63 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 3313). _._ 288 

AIR 

(Also see AIR OPERA TIONS) 
Operation Airborne 

MF 10-7842 (22 min — 1951 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation).. 238 
Rigging the 6,000-pound Load-bearing Platform for Aerial Delivery 

FB 10-259 (36 min— 1953— Film Reference) 220 

Army Aviation — Part I — Introduction 

FB 46-260 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference) 222 

Army Aviation — Part II — Selection and Occupation of Small Unit Airstrips 

FB 46-261 (12 min— 1953— Film Reference) 222 

Aeromedical Evacuation 

MF 8-8212 (38 min— 1954— From Air Force Film TF 1-48S3) 232 

Air Craft Engines — Part 3 — Carburetion 

MF 55-8577 (36 min— 1955— From Air Force Film TF 1-137) 293 

The Gyro Compass — Principles of the Gyroscope 

MF 55-8465 (10 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 1792A) 287 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyroscope and the Earth's Rotation 
MF 55-8466 (10 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CON US and Transportation Command — From Navj- Film 

MN 1792B) 288 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyroscope and Gravitation 

MF 55-8467 (12 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 1792C) 288 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyro Becomes a Compass 

MF 55-8468 (15 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 1792D) 288 

The Gyro Compass — The Compass Systems 

MF 55-8469 (16 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 1792E) 288 

Navigation — Interpretation of Bearings, Single Lines of Position 

MF 55-8053 (19 min— 1952— From Navy FUm MN 507-C) 285 

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TRANS CATEGORY INDEX 

For tjfnoptU 
see page }/o. 

The Army Transportation Corps 

MF 55-7948 (27 iiiin— 1953) 28-1 

Aircraft Carburetors 

FS 55-30 (195&— Color— From Air Force Film FS 1-1(59)... 455 

Ignition Systems: Magnetos — Part II — Breaker Systems, Distributor 

Systems 

FS 55-31 (1955— From Air Force FUm Strip FS 1-205) 455 

Ignition Systems: Spark Plugs and Ignition Harness 

FS 55-34 (1955— From Air Force Film Strip FS 1-161) 455 

Ignition Timing: The R-2800 Engine 

FS 55-32 (1955— From Air Force Film Strip FS 1-305) 455 

Wright R-1820-65 and 97 Engine — Ignition Timing and Wiring 

FS 55-33 (1955— From Air Force Film Strip FS 1-761) 455 

The Big Picture — Operation Lifeline 

MF 20-8944 (28 min— 1958) 268 

The Big Picture — The Pentomic Army 

MF 45-8936 (28 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and equipment 

exchanges in CONUS, USARAL, USARPAC, and USARFANT) 283 

Extraction of Heavy Equipment From Aircraft in Flight 

MF 10-8727 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Recovery of Quartermaster Air Type Equipment 

MF 10-8724 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Quartermaster Inspection and Maintenance of Air Type Equipment 

MF 10-8720 (19 min— 1957— Film Reference) 240 

Emergency Use of the Parachute 

TF 10-2455 (17 min— 1957— Film Reference) 380 

Helicopter Orientation — Introduction to Helicopters 

TF 46-2554 (20 min— 1958— Film Reference) 423 

Helicopter — Vibrations and Resonance — Part 3 — Vibrations in the H-21 

MF 46-8905 (5 min— 1958— Air Force Film No. TF l-5102e) 284 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part I — Helicopter Power Plants 

TF 55-2308 (13 min— 1957— Film Reference) 425 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part II — Transmissions and Free Wheeling 

Units 

TF 55-2309 (16 min— 1957— Film Reference). 426 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part III — Introduction to Power Trains 

TF 55-2310 (15 min— 1957— Film Reference). 426 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part IV — Supercharged Induction System 

TF 55-2311 (10 min— 1958— Film Reference) 426 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part V — Rotor Blade Inspection, Repair, and 

Tracking (H-19, H-34, H-37). 

TF 55-2312 (33 min- 1968— Film Reference) - 426 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part VII — Hydraulic Flight Control Systems 

TF 66-2314 (15 min— 1967— Film Reference) 426 



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CATEGORY INDEX TRANS 

For Hynoimin 
sec paiji No. 

Helicopter Maintenance — Part IX — Generator Systems Trouble Shooting 

TF 55-2310 (22 niiii— 1958— Film Reference) 42 

Helicopterborne Operations 

TF 7-2580 (24 luin— 1'.)58— Film Reference) :}5:i 

Helicopters — Emergency Procedures — Part 4 — Emergency Procedures 

in the H-21 

MF 40-8910 (5 min— 1958— Air Force Film No. TF 1-5102J) 284 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part IV — By Aircraft 

TF 9-2572 (10 min— 1958— Film Reference) 370 

Loading Heavy Equipment in Aircraft 

SFS 5-110 (28 min— 1958— Sound— Dist.ril)ution Limited to Central Film 

and Equipment Exchanges and Service Schools) 433 

Ground Handling of Aircraft — Part I — Fixed Wing Aircraft 

TF 55-2503 (23 min— 1957— Film Reference) 427 

Ground Handling of Aircraft — Part II — Rotary Wing Aircraft 

TF 55-2505 (21 min— 1957— Film Reference) 427 

Rigging the Flaps, L-23 Aircraft 

TF 55-2573 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) 428 

Installation of the L-23 Main Landing Gear 

TF 55-2574 (4 min— 1958— Film Reference) _. _ 428 

Removal of the L-23 Main Landing Gear 

TF 55-2575 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference). _ _ 428 

Installation of the L-23 Outer Wing Panel 

TF 55-2570 (4 min— 1958— Film Reference) _ 428 

Removal of the L-23 Outer Wing Panel 

TF 55-2577 (5 min— 1958— Film Reference) _ _ 428 

Removal of the L-23 Nose Landing Gear 

TF 55-2578 (4 min- 1958— Film Reference) 428 

ALL OTHERS 

(For Cold Weather see COLD WEATHER: Testing and Operations) 

The Army Transportation Corps 

MF 55-7948 (27 min— 1953— Distribution limited to Class II TC Installa- 
tions and'"}ntral film libraries in CONUS) 284 

Icecap — I 

FB 55-280 (30 min— 1954— Film Reference) 223 

Icecap — II 

MF 5i>-8245 (28 min— 1954). ._. 280 

Tractor Sled Operations (Icecap — II) 

MF 55-8243 (10 min— 1955— Color). 280 

Combat Methods of Small Units — The Squad Acting Alone 

FS2-21 (1943) 429 

Movement Control in a Theater of Operations 

FS 55-21 (10 min— 1950— Sound— Film Reference) 454 



173 



TI&E CATEGORY INDEX 

38. TROOP INFORMATION AND EDUCATION (Information 
and Orientation; Pride of the Outfit; Information on Nations) 

INFORMATION AND ORIENTATION 

For tynopaU 
see page Xo. 

For a numorical li«t of orientation films (OF), see page 300. 
Discussion Technique 

AFIF 1 (29 min— 1950) 186 

Oversea Duty 

AFIF 2 (20 min— 1950) 186 

Service Plus 

AFIF 4 (19 min— 1950) 186 

Communism 

AFIF 5 (32 min— 1950)... 186 

Teamwork and You 

AFIF 6 (10 min— 1950) 187 

Serving the Nation 

AFIF 7 (15 min— 1950) 187 

Economy is Everybody's Business 

AFIF 8 (19 min— 1950) 187 

Armed Forces of the USA 

AFIF 9 (22 min— 1950) 187 

Productivity — Key to Plenty 

AFIF 10 (20 min— 1950) 187 

Preparedness and National Security 

AFIF 12 (22 min— 1951) 187 

Standards of a Serviceman 

AFIF 13 (12 min— 1951) 187 

My Country 'Tls of Thee 

AFIF 14 (21 min — 1951 — Color— Commercial Adaptation). 187 

Payday Pitfalls 

AFIF 15 (13 min— 1951). 187 

Why Korea 

AFIF 17 (30 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 187 

Evaluating a Nation 

AFIF 18 (19 min— 1951) 188 

Fighting Words 

AFIF 19 (23 min— 1951) 188 

Face-to-face with Communism 

AFIF 21 (20 min— 1951) 188 

Letter To a Rebel 

AFIF 22 (17 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 188 

Keeping Informed 

AFIF 24 (12 min— 1951) 188 

1952 Olympic Games 

AFIF 36 (29 min— 1953) 189 



174 



CATEGORY INDEX TI&E 

For aynopKin 
ttec i>(ii;f No. 

Korea and Communism in the Pacific 

AFIF 37 (32 iiiin— 1953— Commercial Adaptation) 189 

Years of Crisis 

AFIF 38 (36 min— 1953) 189 

President Eisenhower's State of the Union Message 

AFIF 39 (63 min — 1953 — Commercial Adaptation) 189 

About Rumors 

AFIF -11 (14 min— 1953— Color) 190 

How to Get Along in a Foreign Country 

AFIF U (16 min— 1953). _ 190 

Decision at Williamsburg 

AFIF 15 (20 min— 1953— Color) 190 

The Hoaxters 

AFIF 46 (38 min — 1953 — Commercial Adaptation).. 190 

Your Money and Prices 

AFIF 47 (22 min — 1953— Color— Commercial Adaptation) 190 

Armed Forces Forum — George F. Kennan Discusses Communism 

AFIF 50 (43 min— 1953) 190 

Operation Ivy 

AFIF 62 (28 min— 1954 — Color— From Air Force Special Weapons Proj- 
ect AFSWP 21-4-52) 191 

The Price of Liberty 

AFIF 63 (11 min— 1954) 191 

The Communist Weapon of Allure 

AFIF 75 (36 min— 1956) 192 

Communist Blueprint for Conquest 

AFIF 76 (33 min— 1956) 192 

In Honor Of Liberty 

AFIF 77 (19 min— 1957) 192 

Your Congressman at Work (Man on the Hill) 

AFIF 79 (20 min— 1956— Color) 192 

Morning Coffee with Dorothy Thompson 

AFIF 81 (27 min— 1957) 192 

The Battle of Gettysburg 

AFIF 83 (30 min--1957— Color— Commercial Adaptation)... 193 

Seeing Things (Army travelogue) 

ANSM 84 (21 min— 1947) 196 

Don't Be a Sucker 

EF 6 (18 min — 1947 — Revised — Withdrawn from all types of public 

exhibition) 213 

Painting and Decorating 

EF 187 (lOmin— 1945) 214 

How to Play Volleyball 

EF 192 (20 min— 1945— Commercial Adaptation). 214 

Pottery Making 

EF 215 (11 min— 1945) -. 214 

Metal Working 

EF 216 (12 min— 1945). 214 

175 



TI&E CATEGORY INDEX 

For »i/Hop»i« 
tee page So. 

Printing 

EF 272(10 min— 1947) 214 

Allied Military Government in Italy 

FB 19-157 (IS min— 1944— Film Reference) 220 

Nuremberg 

MF 45-759G (76 min— 1940— Can be used only in its entirety) 280 

Recreation Center Operation 

MF 12-7841 (13 min— 1951) 243 

The Story of the Pope 

MF 16-7851 (60 min— 1951— Commercial Adaptation) 247 

America the Beautiful 

MF 20-1300 (17 min— 1947— Color— Commercial Adaptation) .-. 258 

Troop Information and Education in the Field 

MF 20-7979 (17 min— 1953) - 259 

New Weapons and Equipment for the Army 

MF 20-8504 (26 min— 1955) 264 

Strategic Intelligence School — Area Film Studies — Number 1 — USSR 

MF 30-8656 (26 min— 1956— Film Reference) 273 

Strategic Intelligence School — Area Films Studies — Number 2 — Far East 
MF 30-8657 (30 min— 1956— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY— Film 

Reference) 274 

Strategic Intelligence Schoof— Area Film Studies — Number 3 — Eastern 

Europe 
MF 30-8672 (27 min— 195&— FUm Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 274 

Strategic Intelligence School — Area Film Studies — Number 4 — Africa 
MF 30-8697 (49 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution to Central 

Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and selected service schools 

concerned— Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY) 274 

Strategic Intelligence School Film — Area Studies — Number 7 — South Asia 
MF 30-8763 (36 min— 1968— Film Reference— Film is FOR OFFICIAL 

USE ONLY) 274 

Strategic Intelligence School — Area Films Studies, Number 6 — Southeast 

Asia 
MF 30-8771 (33 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY) 274 

Strategic Intelligence School Area — Films Studies — Number 9 — Latin 

America 
MF 30-8901 (41 min— 1968 — Film Reference — Distribution to central 

film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Service Schools — Film is 

FOR OFFICAL USE ONLY).... 274 

No Greater Heritage 

MF 35-7858 (21 min— 1951)..- - 276 

Defense Against Enemy Propaganda 

AIF 1 (29 min— 1957— Film Reforencc) . . - 213 

War Department Report 

MF 40-1008 (47 min— 1944— Film Reference) 277 



176 



CATEGORY INDEX TI&E 

For nynopsis 
see page No. 

The Inauguration of President Truman 

MF 45-7545 (18 miu— 1949) 279 

Pass in Review 

MF 45-7552 (11 min— 1949) _ 279 

Twelve Nations Sign North Atlantic Pact 

MF 45-7563 (14 min— 1949) 280 

Assignment Germany 

MF 45-7591 (14 min— 1949) 280 

This is West Point 

MF 45-7726 (25 min— 1951) - 280 

Edition Tokyo — A Story of the Press in Occupied Japan 

MF 45-7744 (19 min— 1950) _ 280 

Hail Alma Mater 

MF 45-7805 (6 min— 1951— Distribution limited to the ZI 280 

The Story of MDAP 

MF 45-7844 (25 min— 1951).. 280 

Alliance for Peace 

MF 45-7925 (40 min— 1952) - 281 

This is Your Army 

MF 45-7950 (79 min— 1954— Color) 281 

It's Your America 

MF 45-8355 (31 min— 1954— Film Reference)....' 281 

Letter from a Mother 

MF 45-8438 (10 min— 1955) 281 

The Steel Ring (AA Defense of US) 

MF 45-8562 (26 min— 1955) 282 

Concept for Victory — A Message to tlie Personnel of the US Army by 
General M. B. Ridgway 

MF 45-8568 (16 min— 1956) --- 282 

The Role of the Army 

MF 45-8586 (25 min— 1955). - 282 

A Look at Your Army 

MF 45-8652 (12 min— 1956) 283 

The Do It Yourself Peace 

MF 45-8709 (27 min— 1956)... 283 

A Tale of 2,000 Cities 

MF 45-8710 (26 min— 1956). _ 283 

Fire Power 

MF 45-8711 (26 min— 1956).. 283 

The Man in Two Places 

MF 45-8712 (27 min— 1956) 283 

One If By Land 

MF 45-8713 (27 min— 1956) - 283 

TVA Town 

MF 61-8043 (30 min— 1952— Commercial Adaptation)... 296 

Mission of the Army 

TF 100-1726 (22 min— 1953) 428 

494590"'— 59 12 1*' 



Tl&E CATEGORY INDEX 

For tynopiti» 
»re page No. 

Officer's Conference — Mr. George F. Kennan Discusses Soviet Objertires 

OC 1 (5S mill— 1955) 299 

Officer's Conference — Whicii Way for the Germans 

OC 2 (44uun— 1955) 299 

Officer's Conference — Wiiat We Face in Southern Asia 

OC 3 (42 uiiii— 1955) - 299 

Officer's Conference — Red China and the United Nations 

OC 4 (30 uiiii— 1955) ^—iJL) 299 

Officers Conference Five — The Dilemma of the US Foreign Policy in the 
Middle East 

OC 5 (40 min— 1955) - - 299 

Communist Objectives In The Far East 

OC 7 (31 mill— 1956) - 299 

Challenge of Outer Space 

OC 8 (61 min— (2 reels) 1950) 300 

The New Face Of The Soviets 

OC 9 (50 min— 1950) 300 

Mission of the United States Marine Corps 

OC 10 (27 min— 1950) 300 

Mission of the United States Navy 

OC 11 (35 min— 1956) 300 

Mission of the United States Army 

OC 12 (37 min— 1957) 300 

Mission of the United States Air Force 

OC 13 (33 min— 1957) 300 

The Pale Horseman 

OF 17 (22 min — 1946 — Not authorized for use Ijy induction centers, 

replacement training? centers, personnel replacen'cnt centers, transports, 

and oversea units) 300 

Problems of Peace in the Americas (Advantages of political and economic 

reconciliation in western hemisphere) 

AFSR 109 (19 min— 1949) 197 

Problems of Peace in Asia (Political and economic problems and their 

effects upon world peace) 

AFSR 101 (21 min— 1948) l97 

Problems of Peace in Europe (Postwar political, economic, and social 

problems) 

AFSR 97 (20 min— 1948) 197 

Soldiers of Freedom (Soldiers from other countries attend Tlu« Infantry 

School at Fort Bcnning, Georgia, under MDAP) 

AFSR 136 (21 min— 1951) 198 

US Forces in Europe (Rehabilitation of German people in US zone contrasted 
with those in Russian zone) 

AFSR 127 (17 min— 1951) _. 197 

Voices of (he People 

OF 36 (IS min— 1949) M)l 



178 



CATEGORY INDEX TI&E 

For eynopitia 
see page No. 

Inside the Atom 

OF 46 (9 mill— 1948) 301 

Citizen in Arms 

OF 48 (9 min— 1948) 301 

Active Peacetime Service 

OF 54 (26 min— 1949— From Coast Guard Film MG 6921) 301 

Take Time for Tomorrow 

OF 55 (14 min— 1949— From Navy Film MN 6649) _ 301 

Power for Peace 

OSD 1 (20 min— 1950) 299 

Once Too Often 

TF 20-1684 (25 min— 1951) 402 

A Penny Saved 

TF 21-1612 (28 min— 1951) 404 

Can the U. N. Maintain the Peace? 

WA 1 (29 min— 1957) 429 

World Affairs — The Wounded Bear Theory with Daniel L. Schorr 

WA 2 (40 min— 1957) 429 

World Affairs — The Peaceful Atom 

WA 3 (51 min— 1957) 429 

World Affairs— How Healthy is NATO? 

WA 4 (39 min— 1957) 429 

World Affairs — The Middle East Problem with Dr. Charles Malik 

WA 5 (46 min— 1957) 429 

The Vice President of the United States — America's World Responsibilities 

WA 6 (43 min— 1958) 429 

American Economy, The 

WA 7 (38 min— 1958) 429 

Nerve Gases — Part I — Field Recognition and Self-Aid Procedures 

TF 3-2593 (27 min— 1958— Film Reference) 327 

Nerve Gases — Part II — Use of Injection Instruments 

TF 3-2594 (17 min— 1958— Film Reference) 327 

Trainfire I — A New Course in Basic Rifle Marksmanship 

MF 21-8797 (17 min— 1958— Color) 270 

Traditions and Achievements of the Army 

MF 20-8668 (26 min— 1957— Color) -- 266 

ARMED FORCES SCREEN MAGAZINES 

Armed Forces screen magazines are specially designed to enlarge the soldier's 
perspective of WW II, the Korean conflict, and events and new developments 
of interest to the military. The series consists of "Army-Navy Screen Maga- 
zines," issues No. 32, 46, 53, 55, 62, 68, 74, 75, 78, 81 through 86; "Armed Forces 
Screen Reports," issues No. 87 through 99, 101, 106 through 109, 114, 117, 120 
through 140; "Report to the Armed Forces," issues No. 141 through 150; ".\rmed 
Forces Screen Magazines," issues No. 501 through 549. For a numerical list of 
the series, see page 199. 



179 



TI&E CATEGORY INDEX 



PRIDE OF THE OUTFIT 



For tynopsU 
see page So. 



The 82d Airborne Division (Pride of Outfit Film) 

MF 15-1426 (21 niin— 194S) 270 

Sixth Infantry Division 

MF 7-1297 (20 min— 1948) 2:<0 

Hell for Leather 

MF 45-1278 (9 min— 194G).. 270 

Hell on Wheels (2d Armored Division) 

MF 17-7864 (17 min— 1951) 257 

The Fighting First (Pride of Outfit Film) 

MF 45-1279 (13 min— 1946) 270 

Operation Thunderbolt 

MF 45-1205 (14 min— 1947) 279 

Seventh Infantry Division 

MF 45-7533 (23 min— 1949) ._. 279 

The Famous Third Army 

MF 45-7705 (22 min— 1950) 280 

The 83d Infantry Division in Europe 

MF 45-7814 (20 min— 1951) 280 

Winged Victory on Foot— 43d Infantry Division 

MF 130-7553 (14 min— 1949) 207 

29— Let's Go— 29th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7554 (20 min— 1949) 207 

The Red Bull Attacks— 34th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7555 (21 min— 1950) 297 

Work Horse of the Western Front — The 30th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7585 (18 min— 1950) 207 

The Victory Division — 24th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7722 (19 min— 1950) 207 

The Big Wheel— 35th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7723 (17 min— 1950) 207 

The Sunset Division — 41st Infantry Division 

MF 130-7730 (13 min— 1951) 208 

Twenty-Sixth Infantry Division 

MF 130-7872 (16 iniu -1952) 208 

27th Infantry Division 

MF 130-7929 (20 min- 1953) __ 298 

32d Infantry Division 

MF 130-7030 (IS min— 1953) 298 

36lh Infantry Division 

MF 130-7031 (21 min— 1953) - 298 

INFORMATION ON NATIONS 

Africa 
African Heritage 

AIF 3 (20 min -1958 — Color— Commercial Aduptntion Limited nuuiltiT 
of prints distributed to central film and equipment exchanges) 213 

180 



CATEGORY INDEX TI&E 

For synopnis 
see page Ifo. 

Alaska 

Alaska 

AFIF 59 (21 min— 1954) 191 

Australia 
Australia 
AFIF 42 (12 min— 1953) _ 190 

Austria 
Austria 
AFIF 53 (17 min— 1954).. 190 

Brazil 
Brazil 
AFIF 33 (15 min— 1953) 189 

Canada 
Canada 
AFIF 43 (18 min— 1953) 190 

Formosa 
Formosa 
AFIF 30 (13 min— 1952) 188 

France 
New France 

OF 40 (18 min— 1947— Commercial Adaptation) 301 

How to Get Along in France 

AFIF 40 (27 min— 1953) -- 189 

How to Get Along in French Morocco 

AFIF 35 (23 min— 1953) 189 

This is France 

AFIF 82 (27 min— 1958) 192 

Germany 

You in Germany 

AFIF 67 (31 min — 1955 — Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 191 

Recreation and Athletics in the Navy (Navy's physical training program) — 
Germany (Western Germany under allied occupation and with Marshall 
Plan aid) 

AFSR 124 (19 min— 1950) 197 

Here is Germany 

OF 11 (52 min — 1945 — Not authorized for use by induction centers, re- 
placement training centers, personnel replacement centers, transports, 
and oversea units) 300 

Death Mills 

OF 19 (22 min — 1946 — Not authorized for use by induction centers, re- 
placement training centers, personnel replacement centers, transports, 
and oversea units) 300 

Germany — Handle with Care 

OF 37 (18 min— 1947) -- --- 301 



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TI&E CATEGORY INDEX 

For Bynop»i« 
tec page No. 

Great Britain (England) 

This is Great Britain 

AFIF 28 (15 mill— 1952— Commercial Adaptation) 188 

You in Great Britain 

AFIF 5G (34 luin— 1955) - - 191 

Greece 
Greece 
AFIF 55 (18 min— 1955) 191 

Iceland 
Iceland 
AFIF 05 (23 min— 1954) 191 

India 
India 
AFIF 58 (19 min— 1954) - - 191 

Iran 
Strategic Iran 
AFIF 27 (14 min— 1952) --- 188 

Italy 
Brier on Italy 

AFIF 71 (27 min— 1955) 192 

Italy (Roman empire and modern Italy) — Air Force Firepower (Bombing 

and strafing techniques) 
AFSR 133 (19 min— 1949) 198 

Japan 

Japan (Introduction to country and people) 

AFSR 132 (13 min— 1951) 198 

You In Japan 

AFIF 78 (20 min— 1956) - 192 

Made in Occupied Japan 

MF 45-7501 (14 min— 1949) _ - 279 

Edition Tokyo — A story of the Press in Occupied Japan 

MF 45-7744 (19 min— 1950) 280 

Japan Logistical Command 

RTAF 142 (19 min— 1952) 198 

Korea 

Why Korea 

AFIF 17 (30 min— 1951) 187 

Korea Today (Rehabilitation projiress effected by American occupation) 

AFSR 94 (19 min— 1948) - 197 

Our Stand in Korea (Inception of Korean campaign) 

AFSR 121 (19 min~-l'J50) 197 

The First Forty Days 

MF 45-7701 (20 min— 1950) 280 



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For eynopsU 
see page No. 

Netherlands 

Netherlands — Land Below the Sea 

AIF 4 (34 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Limited number 

of prints distributed to central film and equipment exchanges) 213 

Panama 
Panama 
AFIF 60 (19 min— 1955) _ 191 

Philippines 
The Philippines 
AFIF 48 (15 min— 1953) 190 

Portugal 
Portugal 
AFIF 29 (14 min— 1952) 188 

Puerto Rico 

Puerto Rico (Industrial development with help of armed forces) 

AFSR 122 (17 min— 1950) 197 

Army Sports (Army sports program) — Operation Portrex (Exercise to test 

the possibility of recapturing the Caribbean Island of Vieques from an 

aggressor) 
AFSR 120 (21 min— 1950) 197 

Russia 

The Soviet Union and Its People (Geographical features — Climate — His- 
tory — Industry — Transportation — Culture — Political organization — Vast- 
ness and variety of country — Complex treatment of inhabitants) 

AFSR 131 (19 min— 1951) 198 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — River Crossings 

MF 30-8401 (30 min— 1955— Film Reference) 272 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Reconnaissance 

MF 30-8408 (25 min— 1955— Film Reference) 272 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Use of Smoke 

MF 30-8409 (19 min— 1955— Film Reference) 272 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Artillery 

MF 30-8423 (25 min— 1955— Film Reference). 273 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Armor 

MF 30-8427 (25 min— 1955— Film Reference) 273 

Armies of the World — Soviet Partners in the Orient 

MF 30-8432 (25 min— 1955— Distribution in CONUS and— Overseas- 
Film Reference) 273 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Camouflage 

MF 30-8439 (19 min— 195&— Film Reference) ..- 273 

Armies of the World — Soviet European Satellites 

MF 30-8443 (33 min— 1955— Film Reference) 273 

Armies of the World — Soviet Army Higher Headquarters in Combat 

MF 30-8588 (40 min— 1956— Film Reference) 273 

Armies of the World — Soviet Partisan Warfare 

MF 30-8616 (34 min— 1956— Film Reference) 273 

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For aynopait 
ace page No. 

Armies of the World— Part II— Soviet Army— Winter Warfare 

TF 30-1957 (23 iniii— 1955 -Film Reforenco) 410 

Armies of the World — Part II — Soviet Army — Assault on Fortifications 

TF 30-1958 (25 min— 1955— Film Reference).- - 411 

Armies of the World— Part II— The Soviet Soldier 

TF 30-19CG (29 min— 1955— Film Reference) Ill 

Armies of the World— Part II— The Soviet Army in the Defense 

TF 30-1936 (26 min— 1955— Film Reference) 110 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Summer Training Cycle 

MF 30-8633 (29 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference). 273 

The Soviet Army in the Attack 

TF 30-1922 (27 min— 1954— Film Reference) - - 410 

Spain 
Spain 
AFIF32 (10 min— 1953) - - - 189 

Sweden 

Sweden — Modern Land of the Vikings 

AIF 2 (30 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Limited number 

of prints distributed to central film and equipment exchanges) — 213 

Turkey 
Turkey — The Land of In-between 
AFIF 31 (17 min— 1952) 188 

United States 
Productivity — Key to Plenty 

AFIF 10 (20 min— 1950) 187 

My Country 'Tis of Thee 

AFIF 14 (21 min— 1951— Color— Commcrcini Adaptation) 187 

General Pershing (Life story) — ROTO at Work (Army summer training) 

AFSR98 (21 min— 1948) --- 197 

A Free People 

AFIF 25 (23 min— 1952) 188 

Independence Day 175th Anniversary (Rcdedication to principles and 

ideals of Declaration of Independence) — Aorobces (Operation of armed 

forces rocket missile) 

AFBR 135 (13 min— 1951) 198 

Our American Heritage (Constitution and Bill of RighlH) 

AFSR 107 (21 min— 1949) -.. l'»7 

Decision at Williamsburg 

AFIF 45 (20 min— 1953— Color) 190 

Headquarters USA 

AFIF 70 (30 min— 1955) - 192 

Workshop for Peace 

AFIF 74 (30 min— 1955) .-. 192 

America the Beautiful 

MF 2a-1300 (17 min— 1947— Coloi — Commorciul Aduptuliun) 258 



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For synopxis 
see page No. 

San Francisco 1945 

OF 30 (17 niin— 1947) 300 

American Anniversary 

OF 53 (15 min — 1949 — Commercial Adaptation) 301 

Summer Movements in the Arctic 

FB 20-232 (15 min— 1950— Film Reference) ._ _ 222 

The Negro Soldier 

OF 24 (21 min— 1944— Short Version) 300 

Yugoslavia 
Yugoslavia 
AFIF 34 (11 min— 1953) 189 

All Others 
Norway — Denmark 

AFIF 52 (19 min — 1954 — Not authorized for public exhibition) _ 190 

The Benelux Countries 

AFIF 54 (22 min— 1954). _ _ 191 

Hawaiian Holiday (Recruiting Subject) 

MF 20-1216 (18 min— 1945) 258 

39. WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS 

For synopsis 
tee page No . 

Executive Wanted (Recruitment of WAC Officers) 

MF 12-8766 (24 min— 1957— Color). 244 

Your Bright Tomorrow (Recruiting — Women Army Medical Specialists) 

MF 12-8765 (20 min— Color— Distribution to CONUS, AF & EES) 244 

On Parade 

TF 35-1895 (17 min— 1953— Film Reference) 413 

Beyond Tomorrow — A Story of an American Girl 

MF 20-8418 (15 min— 1955— Color) 263 

No Greater Heritage 

MF 35-7858 (21 min— 1951) 276 

Women in the Service (Accomplishments, traditions, and heroism of 
servicewomen) 

AFSR 106 (17 min— 1949) 197 

We Serve 

MF 35-945 (30 min— 1944— Film Reference— From British Film BC 285) . 276 

Strictly Personal (WAC) 

TF 8-2093 (36 min— 1945— Film Reference). -- 360 

WAC Physical Fitness 

FS 8-96 (1944— Sound). _ 436 

Human Reproduction 

TF 8-1786 (22 min— 1953— Film Reference— Commercial Adaptation)... 359 



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SECTION III 
NUMERICAL INDEX 

40. General 

Following is a list of film series in alphabetical order with release 
numbers of each series in numerical sequence, e.g., Armed Forces 
Information Films (AFIF), Armed Forces Screen Magazines (AFSM), 
Campaign Reports (CR), Combat Bulletins (CB), etc. Complete 
information, such as the synopsis and other pertinent data, is given 
for each film. Use the category inde.x, section II, to locate films 
for training and information programs. Use the alphabetical index, 
section IV, only if the exact title of the film is kno\vn. 

NUMERICAL INDEX 

41. Armed Forces Information Films 

Armed Forces Information Films (AFIF) are intended for the 
information and character guidance of all personnel of the armed 
forces, mcluding the civilian components. 

AFIF No. 

1 Discussion Technique 

Methods used in conducting discussion liour — Forum, symposium, 
debate, panel, conference and committee methods — Informal group tech- 
niques — Stimulation of independent thinking and free interchange of ideas 
(29min— 1950). 

2 Oversea Duty 

Conditioning personnel for oversea dutj' — Types of proljlcms encountered 
and how to deal with them — Conduct of individual soldier — Serviceman as 
a representative of American democracy (20 min — 1950). 

3 Attack in the Pacific 

Naval war in the Pacific — Disaster of Pearl Harbor — Battle of Coral 
Sea — Battle of Midway — Eventual superiority of US naval forces — Neutral- 
ization of Japanese naval strength (50 min — 1950). 

4 Service Plus 

Integrity as keynote of character in modern serviceman — Necessary 
moral qualities of a good soldier, sailor, marine, or airnum (19 min — 1050). 

6 Communism 

History of world-wide communism — How it is organized to propagate 
and incite revolution throughout the rest of the world — How conununists 
in America carry out their activities — Awareness and vigilance by nicml)ers 
of the armed forces (32 min — 1950). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFNo. 

6 Teamwork and You 

Importance of teamwork in growth of this Nation — Coordination of effort 
of team to gain final victory (10 min — 1950). 

7 Serving the Nation 

Military forces' activities contribute to advance of civilian health, 
economy, safety, transportation, communications, science, and industry — 
Medical developments — Air Force School of Aviation Medicine conducts 
tests on effects of atmospheric and pressure changes on human body — 
New and superior aircraft and other means of transportation — Naval 
research — Underwater explosion and its effect on future methods of building 
ships — Military uses of television for training and tactical purposes (15 
min— 1950). 

8 Economy is Everybody's Business 

Functions of the Federal Government as a management organization — 
Reasons for keeping the armed forces on a high level of preparedness during 
time of peace — Magnitude of national expenditures — Problem of balancing 
military necessities and the economic capacity (19 min — 1950). 

9 Armed Forces of the USA 

Mission of armed forces — Civilian control of services, showing diagram- 
matically how authority emanates from the President as Commander in 
Chief — Victory attained only by combined efforts (22 min — 1950). 

10 Productivity — Key to Plenty 

Analysis of American production and consumption cycle — Growth of 
industrial and agricultural productivity — How increased production brings 
increased buying power and extra leisure for the working man — American 
per capita income (20 min — 1950). 

12 Preparedness and National Security 

Pacifism and disarmament following WW I — Unpreparedness at start 
of WW II — Necessity for preparing defense before possible future attack — 
Preparedness measures — Active participation in UN — National Security 
Act of 1947 — Central Intelligence Agency — Research and Development 
Board — National Security Resources Board — Coordinating state civil 
defenses (22 min — 1951). 

13 Standards of a Serviceman 

Discipline and teamwork — Military code — Methods used to iubtill 
discipline (12 min — 1951). 

14 My Country 'Tis of Thee 

Highlights of American history, emphasizing the need for preserving the 
American heritage of freedom (21 min — 1951 — Color — Commercial Adap- 
tation). 

15 Payday Pitfalls 

Series of still cartoons with sound track accompaniment showing various 
methods employed to fleece soldiers on payday (13 min — 1951). 

17 Why Korea 

Threatened political and social freedoms — Countering militant forces 
of world communism with force (30 min — 1951 — Commercial Adaptation — 
Printing discontinued). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFXo. 

18 Evaluating a Nation 

Evaluation of nations in terms of national and global power — Standards 
by which weakness and strength of nations are measured — Czechoslovakia — 
The MacKinder concept of the World Island — Nazi doctrine of geopolitics — 
Modern polar conception of geography — Necessity for sending American 
troops to western Europe (19 min — 1951). 

19 Fighting Words 

Techniques and objectives of psychological warfare — Effective usas of 
propaganda in the termination of conflicts between nations (23 min — 1951). 

21 Face-to-face with Communism 

Seizure of American town by populace in the manner of the communists to 
illustrate what could happen in USA (2G min — 1951). 

22 Letter to a Rebel 

Advantages c»f American system of free enterprise (17 min — 1951 — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

23 Dangerous War Trophies 

War trophy safety committees and the Alcohol and Tax Division of the 
Treasury Department inspect, de-activate, and register war trophies — Two- 
fold responsibilit}' of troi)hy holder in preventing accidents and transfer of 
the.se weapons to the underworld (12 min — 1953). 

24 Keeping Informed 

Importance of freedom of thought (12 min — 1951). 

25 A Free People 

The story of our countrj' and the people who helped achieve its greatness — 
Our precious legacy, the ideal of freedom for everybody (23 min — 1952). 

27 Strategic Iran 

The geography, terrain, government, past and present cultures, economics, 
and politics of Iran, the crossroads of the East (14 min — 1952). 

28 This is Great Britain 

Contrasting the England of yesteryear, rich in horitagc and the love of 
pageantry, with the England of today, gamely fighting for industrial and 
general economic recovery (15 min — 1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

29 Portugal 

Highlights in tlie country's history and present-day conditions — Strategic 
importance to NATO countries (14 min — 1952). 

30 Formosa 

Highlights of Formosa's historical background, current social, economic, 
and military status — Strategic significance in world affairs — Itefuge of 
Nationalist Chinese forces since WW II — Physical, industrial, and agri- 
cultural re.-ilorution and development through UNRUA and US assistance — 
American military aid since Korean war to resist cuninuinist throat of in- 
vasion (13 min — 1952). 

31 Turkey- The land of In-between 

A country of contrawts whore East meets West and North meets South — 
Lying across the trade routes of the world, the Republic of Turkey is vitally 

188 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFNo. 

significant in the political scheme and a powerful ally in the North Atlantic 
Treaty Organization (17 niiu — 1952). 

32 Spain 

Geography, cultural and political history, government, social and eco- 
nomic structure, and strategic significance of Spain in Europe's complex 
political picture — Our alliance with Spain is a necessity and an asset mili- 
tarily because of her geographic location and her intense anticommunistic 
conviction (10 min — 1953). 

33 Brazil 

Report of a vast, though underpopulated frontier-type nation, rich with 
natural resources and j-et unexplored natural wealth — Advances wrought 
through current industrialization program (15 min — 1953). 

34 Yugoslavia 

Geography, people, political history, government, economic structure, 
and importance of communistic Yugoslavia in stemming the tide of Russian 
communism in the Mediterranean area — Formerly the agricultural supply 
line for Russia — Y^ugoslavia renounced Soviet domination in 1948 and since 
has been receiving US aid (11 min — 1953). 

35 How to Get Along in French Morocco 

Morocco, because of its geographic location, is the strategic gateway to the 
Mediterranean Sea — Constant traget for communist aggression — For mili- 
tary reasons, US maintains naval forces and airfields — Every military man 
stationed in Morocco is an individual ambassador of this country (23 min — 
1953). 

36 1952 Olympic Games 

A pictorial report of the 15th modern Olympiad held in Helsinki, Finland — 
Athletes from 67 countries participate in sports competitions (29 min — 
1953). 

37 Korea and Communism in the Pacific 

James A Michener, author, as guest panelist discusses such topics as: 
improving propaganda program in Korea; danger of losing Asia to com- 
munism; use of Chinese Nationalists in Korea; use of atomic bomb in Korea; 
Korean economic recovery, and evaluation of peace talks (32 min — 1953 — 
Commercial Adaptation) . 

38 Years of Crisis 

An interview conducted by Edward R. Murrow with correspondents 
whose duty stations are in areas around the world — Topics discussed include 
American-European relationships, Japanese trade, France's attitude toward 
NATO, Germany's potential strength, Russia's intentions, and the menace 
of communism to world peace (36 min — 1953). 

39 President Eisenhower's State of the Union Message 

President Eisenhower's first State of the Union message defines major 
policies on foreign and domestic matters to the 83d Congress (63 min — 1953 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

40 How to Get Along in France 

French family life, customs, government, and politics depicted and ex- 
plained to American service personnel that they may better understand the 
land and people where they may be stationed (27 min — 1953). 

189 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFKo. 

41 About Rumors 

An analysis of the problem of rumors — Characteristics — How created and 
spread — EfTccts on both individuals and national security — How to detect 
and combat rumors — Individual responsibility to fight enemy rumors (14 
min— 1953— Color). 

42 Australia 

Geography, government, economy, industries, social customs, and tradi- 
tions of Australia including her historical development and current role in 
world affairs (12 min — 1953). 

43 Canada 

A pictorial study of Canada's geography, early history, current life, indus- 
tries, economy, government, and present role in world affairs (IS min — 1953). 

44 How to Get Along in a Foreign Country 

Provides valuable information for Americans abroad, especially service 
personnel stationed in foreign lands, in the counteracting of communist 
efforts to discredit America (16 min — 1953). 

45 Decision at Williamsburg 

The decision at Williamsburg, Virginia, on May 15, 1776, prompted the 
new and independent nation, the USA — Prelude to the independence 
period — Causes and events of the American Revolution — Signing the Dec- 
laration .of Independence (20 min — 1953 — Color). 

46 The Hoaxters 

Techniques used by Hitler, Mussolini, Tojo, and Stalin in their efforts to 
dominate the world — Current threats to peace of world by communists (38 
min — 1953 — Commercial Adaptation) . 

47 Your Money and Prices 

Causes of inflation analyzed — Discussion of various stages of American 
economy from 1938 to 1953 — Relationship of nation's available money and 
material wealth (22 min — 1953 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

48 The Philippines 

The Philippine Islands — Geography, political history, i)eople, religions, 
industries, government, activities in WW II, and current role in world affairs — 
Evidence of centuries of Spanish rule — American influence on language, 
schools, military, and economy — Rehabilitation and reconstruction since 
WW II (15 min— 1953). 

50 Armed Forces Forum — George F. Kcnnan Discusses Communism 

Mr. Kennan, a former ambassador to Rus.sia, diricus-scs international 
communi.sm with a group of enlisted personnel (43 min — 1953). 

52 Norway — Dcnmarit 

Geography, historical background, and current social, economic, and 
political status of both countries — Stress on role in world affairs (19 min — 
1951 — Not authorized ff)r public exhibition). 

53 Austria 

Historical iiackground, current social, economic, and political status, and 
strategic significance of Austria in cold war against international coni- 
munisnj — US military and economic aid (17 min — 1954). 

190 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFNo. 

54 The Benelux Countries 

Historical background, current social, economic, and military status of 
the countries which comprise Benelux, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Lux- 
emburg (22 min— 1954). 

55 Greece 

Study of modern Greece — Political, economic, technical, and military 
development with US aid — Role as a member of NATO (18 min — 1955). 

56 You in Great Britain 

Highlights of cultural and political history of Great Britain — Customs and 
qualities of the British people — Strategic significance for the prevention of 
further spread of communism in Western Europe (34 min — 1955). 

58 India 

Although India is 5,000 years old it is a new country democracy-wise — 
India's strategic location on the continent of Asia places her in a position 
of potential political prominence (19 min — 1954). 

59 Alaska 

Historical background, social, economic, and military status — Extensive 
development by armed forces' activity — Strategic significance due to 
proximity of Soviet land masses and polar air routes — Military tests, exer- 
cises, and maneuvers (21 min — 1954). 

60 Panama 

Historical background and current social, economic, and military status — 
Function and welfare of US Armed Forces stationed in Canal Zone — 
Strategic significance to the US and to the defense of the Americas (19 min — 
1955). 

62 Operation Ivy 

Detonation of "Mike," first hydrogen bomb, on test island of Eniwetok 
Atoll — Various phases of test illustrate efforts and responsibilities of Army, 
Navy, and Air Force task groups and scientific groups — Effects of blast 
observed from helicopters operated by radiological safety monitors — Fireball 
superimposed over maps of New York and Washington, D. C, to show 
areas of light damage, moderate damage, severe damage, and total annihila- 
tion (28 min — 1954 — Color — From Air Force Special Weapons Project 
AFSWP 21-4-52). 

63 The Price of Liberty 

Documented role of women in the preservation of our liberty from the 
Revolutionary period to the post- Korean conflict (11 min — 1954). 

65 Iceland 

Historical background, and current social, economic, and political status — 
Strategic significance in Western defense plans — Member of UN, signatory 
of NATO— US Forces in Iceland (23 min— 1954). 

67 You in Germany 

Role of American serviceman in Germany — Importance of mutual under- 
standing and respect between serviceman and German people (31 min — 
1955 — withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFKo. 

70 Headquarters USA 

A pictorial tour of Washington, D.C., highlighting past and present 
symbols of the greatness of America — Tour covers various official business 
buildings; the Wliite House; the Capitol; Wasliington, Jefferson, and Lincoln 
memorials; National Archives; and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (30 
min— 1955). 

71 Brief on Italy 

Italj''s great past, nature of her people, and present mode of life explained 
to American serviceman so that he may better understand the land and 
people — Importance of friendly, respectful behavior for good Italian- 
American relations — Role as a participant in the Western Alliance for the 
Defense of freedom (27 min — 1955). 

74 Workshop for Peace 

Pictorial tour of permanent United Nations headquarters in N.Y., high- 
lighting the mission, organization, activities, and accomplLshments of the 
UN body — Established in 1945, the UN consists of 60 member nations (30 
min— 1955). 

75 The Communist Weapon of Allure 

Dr. Warren B. Walsh, Professor at Syracuse University, explains how 
Communist persuasion is designed to appeal to the basic human hungers 
(3G min— 1956). 

7C Communist Blueprint for Conquest 

Mr. Boris H. Klosson, Department of State, explains the methods and 
techniques used by the Communist Party to seize power in a country' (33 
min— 1956). 

77 In Honor of Liberty 

A documentary on the Statue of Liberty — Stress on the greatness of its 
symbolism — That men shall be free (19 min — 1957). 

78 You in Japan 

Aimed at servicemen stationed in Japan — A study of Japan's political, 
economic, social, religious, and military aspects (20 min — 1956). 

79 Your Congressman at Work (Man on the Hill) 

Responsibilities of a "typical" Member of Congress — Relation of Depart- 
ment of Defense to Congress — Importance of voting inteUigently (20 min — 
1950— Color). 

81 Morning Coffee with Dorothy Thompson 

Miss Thomi)son explains to a group of service wives how the behavior of 
Americiuis abroad relates to the support of the U. S. Foreign policy (27 
min— 1957). 

82 This is France 

Reporter interviews French citizens to gain knowledge of Fn't\c]i liistor>, 
cthnol(jgy, government, political ideology, industry, agriculture, .social 
customs and religion, and relation with United States in world affairs (27 
min— 1958). 



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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIF No. 
83 The Battle of Gettysburg 

Historical events and strategy of the Battle of Gettysburg presented 
against background of scenes at Gettysburg National Military Park (30 
min — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). ,v,,f„,n, ,. 

200 I&E Sporlsreel , 

Highlights major sports events of 1955 — "Baseball World Series" — 
"Tennis Thrills"— "Battling the Bulls"— "Folding the Bulls in Spain"— 
"AAU Diving and Swimming" — "Strong Men Behind the Iron Curtain" — 
"Pitt Late Drive Whips California" — "Women Wrestlers" — "Swaps vs 
Nashua" (34 min— 1955). 

201 I&E Sportsreel 

"Football Upset of the Season" — "Modern Pentathlon" — "Irish Upset 
in Last Game" — "Iron Curtain Thriller" — "Canine Caddy" — "Campbell 
Sets Speed Record" — "Sports Spectacular — Army vs Navy" — (35 min 
1956). 

202 I&E Sportsreel 

"Golden Gloves," "Basketball-Slightly Fishy," "Winter" Sports on 
Snow and Ice," "The Big Streaks," "Fish Plentiful in Panama Bay," 
"Winter Olympics 1956" (33 min— 1956). 

203 I&E Sportsreel 

Ski jumping — Speed bike classic — Golf — Children's boxing tournament — 
Track meets — Soccer — Deep sea fishing — Bowling — Baseball (30 min — 
1956). 

204 I&E Sportsreel 

"Landy Loses and Wins" — "Indianapolis 500" — "Modern Atlas Sets 
Records" — "Olympic Acrobats" — "Bike Jockeys Go All Out" — "Little 
Leaguers Get Big Start" — "Junior Cowboys Ride Them Rough" — "Big 
Winners on the Turf" — "College Oarsmen Photo Finish" — "Jolly Roger 
Flying High" — Animated sequences on US laws (31 min — 1956). 

205 I&E Sportsreel 

"Olympic Trials," "The Lighter Side," "U. S. Open," "Ride 'Em Cow- 
boy," and "AU-Star Game" — Animated sequence defines the fights and re- 
sponsibiUties of freedom (21 min — 1956). 

206 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Army Runners Smash Records," "Boats Fly-No Kidding," 
"Model Planes," "Antique Cars Still Roll," "AAU Swimming and Diving," 
"Hambletonian," "Roaring Redlegs" — An animated sequence is included 
on freedom of thought (21 min — 1956). 

207 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "National Tennis," "Olympic Women," "King Football Takes 
Over," "Sport Flashes" and "Gold Cup Powerboats" — Animated sequence 
on the importance of discipline and honorable behavior in both military and 
civilian life (21 min— 1956). 

208 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Air Force Grid Debut," "Inter-service Boxing," "World 
Series" — Animated sequence on the relationship of good discipline to a suc- 
cessful military career (20 min — 1956). 

494599^—59 13 193 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFJFNo. 

209 I&E Sporfsreel '""'^ 

Includes: "Football" — highlights of seven games; "Sport Flashes" — 
tandem motorbike, roller ski race, and speedboat races — "Olympic Pre- 
view"— IGth Olympiad (20 min--1056). 

210 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Army-Navy Game special," "Redbkins vs Giants," "Pre- 
Olympics" (20 min— 1956). 

211 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Football Bowls," "A Dog's Life," "Barrel Jump," "Handball," 
"Cowboys Buffaloed," and "Lady (?) Wrestlers" (20 min— 1957). 

212 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes; "Court Kings," "Crack-Up," "Hot Heads on Ice," "Golden 
Gloves," "4-minute Man?" "Handball,'* and "Winter Sports" (20 min— 
1957). 

213 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Winter Sports on Snow and Ice," "Service Sluggers," "Soldiers 
on Skis," "Winter Perils," and "Ladies of the Courts" (20 min— 1957). 

214 A Special Edition of I&E Sportsreel— The 1956 Olympics 

A pictorial review of the I6th Olympiad held in Melbourne, Australia — 
Opening ceremonies, major events, and closing of the Olympics (31 min — 
1957). 

215 l&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "CoTirt Kings," "Masters' Golf," "Moppet Maulers," "Six-Day 
Bikes," "College Acrobats," and "Stanley Cup Hockey" (21 min— 1957). 

216 I&E Sportsreel 

"Modern Pentathlon," "Kentucky Derby," "Soccer Cup Final," "Boston 
Marathon," and "Diamond Dust" (24 min— 1957), 

217 I&E Sportsreel 

"World Record Pole Vault," "A Dog's Life," "Wimbledon Tennis," 
"Heel and Toe," "U. S. Open," "Pennant Fever," and "All-Star Game" 
(20 min— 1957). 

218 l&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Mile Record Falls Again," "Tennis Thrills," "Army Star 
Wins Diving," "Thumping Theodore," "Baseball Old Tmiers," and 
"Modern Pentathlon" (21 min— 1957). 

219 l&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "National Tennis," "Boys' Baseball," "Inter-Service Gold," 
"All-Navy Softball," "National Shoot," "llamblctonian," "Manhattan 
Marathon," and "AAU Divers" (20 min— 1957). 

220 l&E Sportsreel 

Includes: Football- Army vs Notre Dame, Navy vs Boston College, 
Air Force Academy vs George Washington University; Farewell to CJiants- 
1957 World Scries "(21 min— 1957). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFIFNo. 

221 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Campbell Sets Speed Record," "Japan's Big Sport Week," 
"Japan's World Series," "Climax on the Turf," and "Football Highlights" 
(20 min— 1958). 

222 I&E Sportsreel 

Highlights of Army-Navy football game (1957) played in Philadcli>hia — 
Navy wins 14-0 — Pre-season football training, pre-game rally activities, 
and earlier games of the season are covered (22 min — 1958). 

223 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Lions Win Pro Title," "Mat Mugs," "Tar Heels Halted," 
"Brown KO's Lopes," "Football Bowls: Rose, Sugar, Orange and Cotton 
Bowls" (20 min— 1958). 

224 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Golden Gloves," "AU-American Basketeers," "Wrong Way 
King Pins," "Bad Break for Campy," and "Winter Sports: National Speed 
Skating Championship and International Dog Sled Derby" (20 min — 1958). 

225 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Baseball in the Air: Major league ball clubs in Spring training; 
interviews with managers of American League," "National League: Inter- 
views with managers of National League clubs," "The Boys From Planet <p," 
and "Meet Silky Sullivan" (20 min— 1958). 

226 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Last Ski Jump," "Bowling," "Moppet Maulers," "Masters' 
Golf," "The Boys From Planet 4>," "Indoor Sports," and "BasebaU" (21 
min— 1958). 

227 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Kentucky Derby," "Service Sports," "Russian Strong Men," 
"Pen Relays," "Buzz Bikes Run Wild," "Stan the Man," and an animated 
sequence stressing importance of serviceman's vote (20 mii. — 1958). 

228 I&E Sportsreel 

Includes: "Crack Up in '500'," "Meeting of Milers," "Heavy Seas for 
Yachts," "The Boys From Planet <{>," "Tim Tarn Beaten," "Baseball"— the 
Junior Miss Little League of New Jersey, "Bike Racing," and "Open Golf" 
(21 min— 1958). 

42. Armed Forces Screen Magazines 

The films in this series are short sequences of varied and timely 
topics of interest. They are especially designed to enlarge the 
soldier's perspective of WW II, the Korean conflict, and events 
and new developments of interest to the military. The series consists 
of Army-Navy Screen Magazines (ANSM), issues No. 32, 46, 53, 55, 
62, 68, 74, 75, 78, 81 through 86; Armed Forces Screen Reports 
(AFSR), issues No. 87 through 99, 101, 106 through 109, 114, 117, 
120 through 140; Report to the Armed Forces (RTAF), issues No. 

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141 through 150; Armed Forces Screen Magazines (AFSM), issues 
No. 501 thiough 560. 

AXS.\rNo. 
32 Invasion of Normandy (Message from Lt Gen Joseph T McNarncy) (19 
min— 1944). 

46 Brought to Action; Sea Battle (Naval story of the second Battle of the 

Philippine Sea) (22 min — 1945). 

53 Anniversary Issue (History of Army-Navy Screen Magazine) (21 nun — 

1945). 

55 The Answer is Nuts; Bastogne (Action features 101st Airborne) — 
Strictly GI; By Reque.«t (Scenes from home, around the country) (20 
min— 1945). 

62 The Fleet That Came to Stay (The Navy at Okinawa) (19 min— 1945— 
From Navy Film MN 5802). 

68 Surrender in the Pacific ^Signing of surrender terms aboard the U.S..S. 
Mis.'^ouri) (19 min— 1945). 

74 Tale of Two Cities (Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Naga.saki) (14 

min— 1946). 

75 Seeds of Destiny (Famine in Europe) (20 min — 194G). 

78 Day of Victory (V-J day and events leading to conclusion of WWII) 

(17 min— I94«i). 

81 Pigskin Stuff (Highlight.s of outstanding 194(5 football games) — White 
Safari (Story of Canadian Army's arctic expedition) (21 min — 1946). 

82 Rain or Shine (Story of weather predictions) — GI Quiz No. 3 (19 miu — 

1947). 

83 Last Down (Football Highlights, 1946) (17 min— 1947). 

84 Seeing Things (Army travelogue) (21 min — 1947). 

85 Antarctic Expedition (Admiral Byrd) (19 min — 1947). 

86 Atomic Power (18 min — 1947)— Commercial Adaj)(ation. 
AFSR No. 

87 Zipper Fleet (Navy ships put in moth balls) — GI Quiz No. 4 (19 min — 
1944). 

88 Food for Thought (Army food conservation) — No Place Like Homo 
(Army home and community life) (16 min — 1947). 

89 Officers' School; US Army (Training potential military leaders) (21 nu'n — 
1948). 'p 

90 Jump (Short version of TF 31-1471— Basic airl)onio training)— Forgotten 
Islands (Up-to-date views of WW 11 island biv^es in tlio racilic) (19 
min— 1948). 

91 National Defense (preparing for security) — Enough Rupo (Mountain 
climbing) (19 min— 1948). 

92 Task Force Frigid (Personnel and c(|uipment tests iu severely cold 
climate) — V-2 Rocket (V-2 rocket tests at While Santls Proving Ground.s) 
(18 min— 1948). 

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AFSR No. 

93 Pacific Pathways (Pacific islands used by US in WW II) (20 inin — 
1948). 

94 Korea Today (Rehabilitation progress effected by American ocoupation) 
(19 min— 1948). 

95 Arctic Igloo (Construction and value of the igloo) — Something About A 
Soldier (Behavior and appearance) (18 min — 1948). 

96 Best by Test (Army food and clothing) (21 min — 1948). 

97 Problems of Peace in Europe (Postwar political, economic, and social 
problems) (20 min — 1948). 

98 General Pershing (Life story) — ROTC at Work (Army summer training) 
(21 min— 1948). 

99 Higher and Faster (Rapid improvement of aircraft) (19 min — 1948). 

101 Problems of Peace in Asia (Political and economic problems and their 
effects upon world peace) (21 min — 1948). 

106 Women in the Service (Accomplishment, traditions, and heroism of 
servicewomen) (17 min — 1949). 

107 Our American Heritage (Constitution and Bill of Rights) — (21 min — 
h(v 1949). 

108 The Reserve Team (National Guard, National Air Guard, Officers' 
Reserve Corps, Air Reserve Corps, and Reserve Officers' Training Corps) 

^..> (20 min— 1949). 

109 Problems of Peace in the Americas (Advantages of political and economic 
reconciliation in western hemisphere) (19 min — 1949). 

114 Research and Development (Improving standard items of arms and 
materiel) (22 min— 1940). 

117 Frontier Days (Pioneers of our nation) (17 min — 1950). 

120 Army Sports (Army Sports program) — Operation Portex (Exercise to 
test the possibility of recapturing the Caribbean island of Vieques from 
an aggressor) (21 min — 1950). 

121 Our Stand in Korea (Inception of Korean campaign) (19 min — 1950). 

122 Puerto Rico (Industrial development with help of armed forces) (17 
min— 1950). 

123 The United Nations and World Disputes (Story of UN) (21 min— 1950). 

124 Recreation and Athletics in the Navy (Navy's physical training pro- 
gram — Germany (Western Germany under allied occupation and with 
Marshall Plan aid) (19 min— 1950). 

125 The Crime of Korea (Korean Red atrocities) (12 min— 1950). 

127 US Forces in Europe (Rehabilitation of German people in US zone con- 
trasted with those in Russian zone) (17 min — 1951). 

128 Self Preservation in Atomic Bomb Attack (Individual safety measures in 
A-bomb attacks under different conditions) (18 min — 1951). 

129 Weather — Friend or Foe (Intelligent use of data as means of facilitating 
efficient execution of military operations — Air Force and Navy weather 

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AFSRNo. 

services cooperate with US Weather Brireaii in compih'riR and evaluating 
weather data) (22 min— 1951). 

130 Defense of the Western Hemisphere (Natural repional entity of North 
and South America in world affairs — Cooperative community in peace and 
war — Orpanization of American statrcs, Treaty of Rio, and Bogota Charter — 
Inter-American Defense Board — Military aesistance provided by US 
military missions, and agreements on standardization of military doctriucs 
and equipment) (18 min — 1951). 

131 The Soviet Union and Its People (Geographical features — Climate^ — 
History — Industry — Transportation — Culture — Political organization — 
Vastness and variety of country — Complex treatment of inhabitants) (19 
min— 19rjl). 

132 Japan (Introduction to country and people) (13 min — 1951). 

133 Italy (Roman empire and modern Italy) — .\ir Force Firepower (Bombing 

and strafing techniques) (10 min — 1949). 

134 Blood and Bullets (Desperate need for whole blood in Korea — Combat 
scenes of actual blood transfusions in Korea — Ease with which it is possible 
to donate blood) (14 min — 1951). 

135 Independence Day 175th Anniversary (Rededication to principlefi and 
ideals of Declaration of Independence) — Aerobees (Operation of armed 
forces rocket missile) (13 min — 1951). 

136 Soldiers of Freedom (Soldiers from other countries attend The Infantry 
School at Fort Benning, Georgia, under MDAP) (21 min — 1951). 

137 The Return of the Zipper Fleet (Reactivation of WW II moth-balled 
vessels) (17 min— 1952). 

138 Operation Camid VI (Joint training of West Point cadets and .\nnapolis 
midshipmen in technique of amphibious operations conducted with the 
help of veteran Marine Corps units — Mock landing against hostile force 
on Virginia coast below Little Creek) — The Navy and Science (Navy 
research to combat disease; more efficient means of production; more 
economical powerplants; (better weapons of every sort) (20 min — 1952). 

139 Military Use of the Helicopter (Versatility of helicopter — Use for liaison, 
observation, and reconnaissance, rescue at sea, and ability to salvage 

usable equipment wrecked near tlic front lines) (14 min — 1952). 

140 NATO, Action for Defense (Demonstrating purpose of SHAPE, the 
operational organization for NATO- Building invincible combined armed 
forces for defense of Europe against Soviet threat of war) (20 min — 1952). 

inwF No. 

141 Role of the Cameraman 

Visual documentation of WW's I and II and Korea showing photography 
as a weapon — Tactical and strategic ])lanning — Photography serves intel- 
ligence, reconnaissance, identifieution, evaluation, training, inforumtion, 
and historical purposes (12 min — 1952). 

142 Japan Logistical Command 

Higlilighting niiiin operations of ,]].C — Program of reclamation and re- 
building, using war surplus and battlefield salvage; hydroponic farnuiig; 
])rocesslng of casual replacements; evacuation of casualties; and the com- 

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RTAF No. 

missary train — How JLC met the critical shortages in train — llow JLC 
met the critical shortages in arms and equipment early in Korean war — 
Wide use of indigenous labor and facilities — Cost savings (19 min — 1952). 

143 Report on Aberdeen Proving Ground 

The tests and experiments conducted on our fighting weapons (19 min — 
1952). 

144 This is Lakehurst 

A pictorial tour of the Naval Air Station at Lakehurst showing these 
activities in addition to naval training, development, and operation: schools 
for aerographcr's mate, parachute rigger, lighlor-than-air pilot, lightcr- 
than-air nonpilot, helicopter squadron two, airship squadron three, and 
the overhaul and repair shops (17 min — 1952). 

145 Strategic Air Command 

A brief pictorial outline of the purpose and operation of strategic air 
command — Routine practice bombing runs (20 min — 1953). 

146 Pilots for NATO 

This film follows air cadets from NATO nations through the combat 
pilot training activities at American airbases — Courses include instruction 
in "blind flying," "instrument flying," and mastery of high speed jet 
fighters (20 min— 1953), 

147 Atom Atoll 

Official report of atomic bomb tests conducted by joint task force on 
Eniwetok Atoll employing 8,500 persons — Preparations — Waiting period — 
Blast — Use of pilotless, drone, and jet planes (16 min — 1953). 

148 Arctic Rampart 

Showing construction of the large airbase at Thule, Greenland, 900 
miles from the North Pole — This biggest peacetime construction project, 
built with the permission of the Danish government, is the result of the 
combined efforts of US armed forces and private construction companies — 
Airbase serves heavy bombers and jet fighters on a year-round basis and 
is the most northerly and strategically located arm of allied defense (15 
min— 1953). 

149 Wright-Patterson Air Force Base 

Accomplishments of the Air Materiel Command and Wright Air Develop- 
ment Center — Research and development laboratories — How Wright- 
Patterson achieved technical air supremacy for US (19 min — 1953). 

150 Follow Me 

How the Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia, conditions and trains 
men for military leadership (20 min — 1953), 

AFSM No. 

501 Army Turns on Heat — Story of an improvised flamethrower used in 
Korea. 

Rhine River Patrol — Brief study of NATO control of river traflic on 
Germany's greatest inland waterway. 

What's New in the Air— (1) Ril)bon parachute, a light parachute that 
absorbs shocks; (2) Tandem floating landing gear for use of light planes on 
rough fields. 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AFSM -Vo. 

Hospital Ship Gels 'Copter Decks — New decks for helicopter landing on 

hospital ships. 

Flying Haymaker — Assembly and operation of the Tarzan guided weapon 
plane, showing its pinpoint accuracy. 

Ski Thrills — Pictorial report of Army ski meets in Germany and Japan 

(17 m in— 1952). 

502 What's New in the Service — The Patton 4S tank is put tlirough its paces. 
Tough Talks from USS Wisconsin — Cameraman views a battlewagon in 

combat. 

Olympic Tryouts — Pre-Olympic elimination contests for servicemen. 

It's a Man's Life — Humorous treatment of what a dog would likely think 
about while being trained for scouting (21 min — 1952). 

503 What's New in the Service. — Demonstrating (1) Practical application 
in Korea of body armor; (2) A lightweight rifle being tested for general use. 

Sierra Wave — Air Force and Navy tests of soaring planes between 
Mount Whitney and Death Valley. 

Carrier-borne 'Copter — Demonstrating a pattern of ship-to-shoro attack 
by vertical envelopment utilizing helicopters and carriers. 

Dreamboat — Reporting the maiden voyage of the diesel motor troopship 
that features showers, barber shops, and comfortable quarters for families 
accompanying servicemen overseas (13 min — 1953). 

504 What's New In the Service — (1) A Navy inventor briefly explains the 
principle of atomic powered submarines; (2) Tests at Aberdeen Proving 
Ground of a jeep. 

WACS In Eacom — Depicting the daily routine of the woman soldier in 
Europe. 

Boiling vs Quantico Marine — Air Force and Marine teams participate 
in service football league season. 

Yesterday's Battleground — A glimpse of the battle-torn Pacific Islands 
10 years after the war. 

Super Monk — The 2S-mile journey into space and tho safe return of 
animal pa.ssengers in an Aerobee rocket (21 miu — 1952), 

505 What's New in the Service — New snow removal equipment is demon- 
strated in the High Sierras. 

Sweet Adeline — Army and Air Force versions of "Tiger Rag" aud 
"Toidy Toi(i and Told" in the National Barber Slioj) Quartette Contest. 

The Big Wheel — Testing airmen's reaction to extreme pressures in flight 
by whirling the men in a huge naval centrifuge at the speed of sound. 

Old Baldy — Typical front line fighting in Korea. 

Football in the Service — Two midseason games. Great Lakes V8 Air Force 
and Ft Jackson vs Air Force (22 min — 1953). 

506 What's New in the Service — The BARC, huge amphibious vehicle 
capai)le of carrying a tank an<l a crane. 

Higher They Go — Troops learn and practice mountain climbing tech- 
nifjucs at Ft Carson, Colorado. 

Air Force OCS — Airmen and airwomen receive OCS training cocducat ion- 
ally at Lakeland, Florida. 

Icebreaker — A Navy icebreaker on a reconnaissance mission in tho 
Bering Sea. 

Army-Navy Game — Highlights of the 1953 service gamo of the year 
(21 min— 1953). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

AF8M No. 

507 What's New In the Service — Uses of the portable iron lung. 

Casey GI Jones — Employees of large commercial railroads cooperate 
in teaching all phases of railroading to soldiers. 

Iwo Memorial — Bronze tablet of flag raising at Mt Suribachi on Iwo Jima. 

Eapyong School — Contributions by soldiers in Korea found a school in 
memory of one of their buddies who was killed in action. 

Air Force Judo — Japanese masters teach airmen practical applications of 
judo at a Tokyo school (18 min — 1953). 

508 What's New in the Service — A meteorological weatherwind computer, 
the Rawin field set, collects firing data for big guns. 

The B-47 — Operation and maintenance of the Air Force stratojet bomber. 

Korea's Children — GI's distribute clothing and candy to refugee orphans. 

On Target — GUmpses of activities at Dahlgren, the Navy's testing 
ground for new weapons. 

Gesundheit^Servicemen enjoy winter sports on a 3-day pass at Garmisch- 
Pertenkirchen (19 min — 1953). 

509 What's New in the Service— (1) Debut of Republic F84-F Thunder- 
streak fighter bomber; (2) Demonstration of a firefighting jeep for use on 
Navy carrier decks; (3) Helicopters set up a smokescreen in Korea using an 
improvised grenade dispenser. 

Hospital Ship Repose — A glimpse of a floating general hospital showing 
the modern facilities. 

Report on Formosa — Military situation on Formosa, March 1953. 

Strike Up the Band — A tour of the Navy School of Music where armed 
forces musicians are trained (20 min — 1953). 

510 What's New in the Service — Theory and practice of Navy's Delta jet and 

Army's Coldbar winterproof suit. 

Operation Hideout — Interview with sailors who voluntarily remained 
submerged for almost 2 months in the submarine U.S.S. Haddock for 
experimental purposes. 

Yanks to Yokohama — A couple of soldiers from Korean front enjoy a 
5-day pass in Japan (20 min — 1953). 

611 Interservice Basketball — Navy vs. Marine Corps basketball game at 
Omaha University. 
T • Interservice Boxing — Army boxers victorious in service comj)etition at 
the Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Maryland (20 min — 1953). 

512 B-47 Refuels In Midair — A flying gas station refuels in midair a B-47 
from MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida. 

Don't Give up the Ship — Realistic training demonstration of a sinking 
ship at damage control center, Philadelphia Navy Yard. 

Struggle Pit — Hand-to-hand combat in Signal Corps basic training 
course at Camp Gordon, Georgia (15 min — 1953). 

513 Mighty Mite — Demonstrating the versatility of the Mighty Mite, the 
Marine Corps all-purpose amphibious vehicle. 

Navy Test Boat — Navy's hydrofoil boat hterally flics, its thin metal 
blades lift the boat hull out of the water. 

Flying Midgets — Report of model airplane meets at Amarillo Air Force 
Base, Texas, and at Tokyo, Japan. 

Interservice Track Meet — Annual track and field meet, held in 1953 at 
Fort Jackson, S. C. (14 min— 1953). 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

AF8MX0. 

514 Two-Rotor 'Copter — Ambulance Jcej) — Bull Moose Tractor — Dcmon- 
Ptration and description of (1) a powerful two-rotor helicopter used as a 
speedy but comfortable ambulance jeep, and (2) a large tractor. 

Front line Daily — Origin, make-up, and service of the Army's newspajx^r, 
"Stars and Strii>es." 

Blue Angels — Demonstration of close formation flying by a team of Naval 
aerial acrobats (15 min — 1953). 

515 Kangaroo Plane — Navy Sky Rocket — Demonstrating 0) the AW Force 
kangaroo plane, a B-36, carrying within its body a small jet bomber, and 
(2) a Naval experimental rocket plane which exceeds 19 milos per minute. 

Signal Corps Television — Showing Signal Corps mobile television iinits 
at work on maneuvers at West Point, emphasizing use of television in 
tactical operations on the battlefield. 

Nautical Notes — Report of (1) Annapolis "Middies" summer cruise, and 
(2) assignment of Waves to ship duty for the first time. 

UN headquarters — Service personnel tour UN headquarters in New York 
(17 min— 1953). 

516 Dick Tracy Radio — Signal Corps demonstration of a tiny experimental 
wrist watch radio. 

Thunderbirds — Exhibition of airmen's skill in formation flying. 
Taylor Model Basin — All Navy ships and aircraft are tested as models at 
this installation before construction is started. 

Boiling vs Q uantico— H ighlights of service football game ( 1 6 min — 1 953) . 

517 Berlin 1954 — This whole issue is devoted to the modern "Tale of Two 
Cities," as seen through the eyes of a soldier — The democratic Western 
Sector is divided from the communist East Zone by the Brandenburg Gate 
(19 min— 1954). 

518 F-lOO — Stiletto Plane — A glimpse of the X-3 exi)erimental operational 
jet plane in flight. 

Exhibit (A) for Army — Korean POW and other stories dramatized at 
Army Exhibit Unit, Cameron Station, Va. 

Army-Navy Football Game — Scenes from the colorful 1953 .\rniy-Navy 
football game at Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia (18 min — 19o4). 

519 The Old Sarge — The Delong Pier— Air Force-Navy Prototypes— Master 

Sergeant Pop Tittel, 45 years of service with the Air Force — The Deloiig 
Pier, an 800-ton floating dock built by Army Engineers — The XF-88, a 
high speed propeller research plane — Eaunching aircraft into the air without 
a trail of smoke using the smokeless jato. 

Quantico Shoot — Modern marine riflemen compote with men using Civil 
War weapons and dressed in uniforms of that jx^riod. 

The Big Blow — The wind tunnels at Langlcy P'ield and the .\ruold 
Engineering Development Center (13 min — 1954). 

520 Space Helmet — A US Navy doctor uses a new method of administering 
anesthetic to children. 

Vienna Crossroads— Unique situation of Austria in Euroix;. 
It Began Like This— The Retreat Ceremony— History of "Retreat." 
Original music score by US Army Band (19 min — 1954). 

521 New MATS Hospital Plane — Marino Corps Giant Helicopter— New 
hospital evacuation aircraft equipped with latest medical equipment for 

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AF8M No. 

Military Air Transport Service — Marine Corps' new giant twin engine 
helicopter. 

WAF World-wide Basketball Championship — All-girl basketball squads 
representing Keesler and Lackland Air Force Bases compete for the court 
championship, which was won by the Lackland team for the third successive 
year. 

NIKE Missile — A look at this special weapon in the civil defense system — 
Presented with a background story on rockets and guided missiles (18 min — 
1954). 

522 Hunter Killer — Showing how a team of Navy vessels and aircraft track 
and destroy a submarine in mid- Atlantic (21 min — 1954). 

523 Honest John — Corporal — Army's newest rocket and guided missile. 

The Remaining Few — Fort Myer's horse-drawn caisson performs for the 
camera. 

Time Please — Brief story of the US Naval Observatory (11 min — 1954). 

524 T-43 Tank — Bridge Drop — New T-43 tank walks, runs, and climbs in 
front of camera — Engineers and paratroopers lay 500-foot bridge in 30 
minutes in Japan. 

The Greater Service — Numerous civilian benefits derived through 
Armed Forces activities as a result of research and development. 

The Air Force Button — A filmagraph showing the origin and background 
of the Air Force button (16 min — 1954). 

525 The Fastest Man on Earth — Air Force Colonel rides rocket propelled sled, 
warming up to a speed of 420 miles an hour. 

Eskimo Scout — Eskimo scout, of the Alaskan National Guard, helps to 
guard an Arctic gateway to America. 

The Darmstadt Case — US Army's criminal investigation detachment in 
Frankfurt, Germany — Operations in European Command (16 min — 1954). 

528 Vertical Takeoff — At Moflfett Naval Air Station, Navy Experimental 
Convair XFY-1 prepares for vertical takeoff in its free flight test program. 

Ejection Seat — The camera shows what happens 10,000 feet above the 
Gulf of Mexico when a man is shot out of a bomber. 

Television in the Service — How t^'levision, a versatile tool, is adapted 
by the armed services (20 min — 1954). 

529 A Musical Merry Christmas — Greetings to servicemen, with carols by 
West Point Choir, Annapolis Choir, joined by girls from Hood College and 
famous Air Force Singing Sergeants — Dance to Eddie Fisher's song, "Christ- 
mas Eve in my Home Town" (21 mm — 1954). 

530 New Air Chow — Air Force mess sergeants become culinary experts under 
the watchful eyes of the master chefs m the George V Hotel in Paris. 

Military Heraldry — Background of military insignia. 

Northwest Passage — Icy lanes of the Arctic Ocean are opened by ships 
of US Navy after repeated attempts since days of Henry Hudson. 

On Target— Bombing contests by B-36'3 and B-47's of the Strategic 
Air Command — Firepower demonstration of fighter planes from Eglin Air 
Force Base (22 min— 1955). 

531 The Flying LST — Navy's Guided Missiles — Navy presents a flying 
troopship and its latest self-guided missile. 

Army-Navy Game — Game of 1954 goes to Navy (21 min — 1955). 

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AFSlIXo. 

532 Super-Carrier Forrestal — Navy launclies world's larpest carrier. 
Capitol NIKE Base — rractice "Alert" nt one of the newly establislicd 

NIKE puided missile bases near the Capitol. 

To the Ladies — Complete tour of the newly dwlicated WAC Center at 
Fort MfClellan, Ala. (19 min— 1955). 

533 Mount Vernon — A guided tour of George Washington's home on the 
banks of the Potomac. 

Marine Uniform — Story behind tliis colorful uniform from the inception 
of the Marine Corps to the present day (16 min — 1955), 

534 Droppable Take-off Gear — Air Force develops an ingenious procedure 
which allows its planes to take off with greater loads, and from rougher 
runways. 

Steam Catapults — Catapult launchings aboard the aircraft carrier, U.S.S. 
Hancock. 

Illuminated Flight-Deck Suit — Unique nighttime footage of new electri- 
fied Hight-dirtction suit, aboard Navy carrier. 

Supermonk Retires — "Space-Cadet" (dubbed 'Sui)er-Monk") sliowii in 
retirement quarters at Smithsonian Zoo, Washington 25, D.C. — Flasliback 
feature of his former rocket-riding days. 

Icecap Caravan — Story of a small expedition which cros^^ed 1,600 miles of 
the Greenland Icecap, establishing a route for heavy vehicles (19 min — 1955). 

535 Underground Housing Installations — Underground Atom Blast — .\ir 
Force goes underground in the Far North while the underground blows 
topside in an atomic explosion at Desert Rock, 

Take Her Down — Story on submarines from turn of the century to the 
launching of the NAUTILUS. 

Winter Sports — Spectacular ski jumping at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 
Germany — Army and Air Force teams compete in bobsled race at Lake 
Placid. N.Y. (19 min— 1955). 

536 Pan American Games — Highlights of the 1955 Pan American Games 
held in Mexico City (19 min — 1955). 

537 Navy Research Aircraft — New Signal Developments — Navy demon- 
.strales practical version of a flying saucer — Signal Corps shows off its latest 
electronic device. 

Nautilus Shakedown — Air Force cameraman cxjilorcs the inner workings 
of the world's first atomic submarine. 

B-36— Story of the real backbone of the Strategic Air Command, the 
B-36 Bomber (20 min— 1955). 

538 Diagnostic Heart Radio — Navy unveils its latest weapons against heart 
disease. 

Davy Crockett, Jr. Grade — Small fry at Fort Myer don coonskin caps 
and get out their shooting irons. 

A President Goes to School — Story of the President's 40th class reunion 
held at West Point <hiring June week, 1955 (18 min — 1966). 

539 The Navy Terrier— SS Neversail- The Btll X2— The Texas Tower- 
Navy's Terrier, a self-guided missile tracking down its target — Army 
training ship that never goes to ."^ea — Bell X2, fastest thing in airplanes to 
date — Texas Tower, newest link in o»ir radar defense cluun. 

Deep Freeze for Twelve — Story of survival training on the Icecap (15 
min — 1966). 

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AF8M No. 

540 "U.S.S. Forrestal," "Delta Ray," "Sea Master," and the "Skyhawk"; 
"Ontos Tank Destroyer" and experimental test on ejection seats for Air 
Force. 

Atom Soldier — Proof that foot soldier can survive the atom blast. ^ 

Leatherneck Notes — Brief history of Marine Corps Band (18 min — 1950). 

541 Armed Forces Talent Show — Talent of all types from all the Services 
entertain (30 min — 1956). 

542 Signal Corps Drone — Demonstration of the radio-controlled reconnais- 
sance craft. 

The Albacore — New submarine showing radical new hull shape and con- 
trol system. 

The B-52 Flight — SAC's new swept wing jet bomber on ground, in flight, 
and refueling in the air. 

Alpine Holiday — Service couple takes leave in Germany's Bavarian Alps 
(19 min— 1956). 

543 Portable TV Camera — Enables Commanders to watch front line action 
and evaluate operations at the Command Post. 

The Aerodyne — Vertical air jet experimental model shown in full 
operation. 

The Aerocycle — An experimental one-man flying machine. 

The Hurricane Hunters — How the Air Force and Navy cooperate in 
getting vital information on hurricane movements. 

An I&E spot announcement on voting (15 min — 1956). 

544 B-52 Crew Demonstrates Cross Wind Landing Gear — Permits large 
planes to maneuver in smaller areas and land in rough weather. 

Navy "Grasshopper" Sends Weather Data — An automatic operating 
mechanism, sends accurate weather data for months at a time over distances 
up to 800 miles. 

Moving Dry Dock Rescues Landing Craft — New Landing Craft Retriever, 
capable of carrying sniall vessels, up to 80 tons, in rescue operations. 

"Biggest" Snow Train for Arctic Snows — Capable of carrying very 
heavy loads over snow covered wastes. 

Bone-Fide Soldier — Feature on dog training by the Army in Germany 
as viewed by the dog. 

Frogmen's Holiday — Navy frogmen enjoy undersea fishing in waters off 
the Virgin Islands (18 min— 1956). 

645 Includes: "Supersonic Jets Fly From Forrestal," "Jet Plane Crashes in 
Essex Landing," and "Meet the Artists" — An animated sequence defines 
the rights and responsibilities of freedom (17 min — 1956). 

546 Includes: "The Drake" — Army's new amphibious truck tests successfully, 
"American by Choice" — story of Airman Marko Miletich, "It's in the Bag" — 
operations of Navy's blimps (10 min — 1956 — Color). 

547 Includes: "Trials of First U.S. Military Airplane" — scenes of Army tests 
on original biplane in 1909, "Biggest Air Transport m Action" — features 
and capabilities of the new C-133, "Test of New Crash Suit" — aluminizcd 
crash suit tested in super-heated oven, "Sac Judo 1956", "Eyes to Sea" 
(18 min— 1956). 

548 Includes: "New Incentive for a Military Career," "New World Record 
for Rocket-Sled," "Airborne TV— New Eyes for Navy," "Gliders Build 
Friendship Overseas," "Slingshot Recovery for Frogmen," "Jet Trio 

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AFf^MNo. 

Refuels in Mid-air," "Army Unveils Rapid-fire Vulcan," "HikIi and Dry" 
(10 min— 1956). 

549 Includes: "Woodrow Wilson Centcnnirtl" — depicts President Wilson's 
elTorts to build a lasting peace after WW I, "New Medical Care Act for 
Dependents" — provisions (22 min — 1956). 

550 Old Ironsides 

A visit to Old Ironsides riding again at anchor in Boston Navy Yard 
(15 min— 1957). 

551 Armed Forces Day 

A salute to the Armed Forces, stressing the role of the Armed Forces as 
a "Force for Peace" (14 min — 1957). 

552 I&E Screen Magazine — Issue No. 552 — Mathew Brady 

A documentary on the work of Mathew Brady, the country's first combat 
photographer — His pictures of f>eople, places, and events (13 min — 1957). 

553 I&E Screen Magazine — Issue No. 553 — What's New in the Service 

Includes: "The Helmet Radio," "Flood Control," "The Code Posters," 
"The Most Famous Picture" (20 min— 1957). 

554 I&E Screen Magazine — Issue No. 554 — What's New in the Service 

Includes: "Army Flag," "Sea Legs for Sub Sailors," "Atomic Radiation 
Preserves Food," and "Vanguard" (16 min— 1957). 

555 Theodore Roosevelt — American 

Presents highlights of his life — Most interesting experiences as a boy, 
out west, and later in national and international affairs — Development of 
his political career — His democratic ideals and principles mark him as an 
outstanding American (20 min — 1958). 

556 I&E Screen Magazine — Issue No. 556 

Includes: "Operation Farside," "The Boj's From Planet 0," "New 
Undersea Escape Method," "A Report to the Armed Forces," and "Pay- 
raise Bill Opens New Horizon" (18 min — 1958). 

557 Your Defense 

Report on the preparedness of the Armed Forces in terms of weapons, 
equipment, and tactical responsibility — Demonstration firings of the new 
guided missile designs, including the ICBM (20 min — 1958). 

558 I&E Screen Magazine — Issue No. 558 

Includes: "Freedom Foundation Awards, 1958," annual awards cere- 
monies of the Freedom Foundation; "Trc^c Snow Test," Army Trunsjwrta- 
tion Corps demonstrates its new portable fuel train; "Navy's Hat," new 
anti-submarine rocket launched torpedo; "Have Hall— Will Orbit," satellite 
is fired into orbit; "The Boys From I'hinet 0," President Kisenhower's 
People-to-Pcople Program; "Food Atomic Style," preparing and supplying 
healthful food to the military personnel (20 min — 1958). 

559 Shipment to Saratoga 

Describes how foreign aid condibuted to the success of the Battle of 
Saratoga in 1777 — Arms and supplies shipped by a French company hel|)ud 
to win our independence from Fngland — Piiyment for the supplier wa.s 
made in 1818 to the heirs of the foun<ler of the company (11 min — 1958). 

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AF8M No. 

560 I&E Screen Magazine — Issue No. 560 

Includes: "South Pole Party Sees Light," "Bob and Jane Wow Airmen," 
"Brussels Fair," and "These Honored Dead" (21 min — 1958). 

43. Campaign Reports 

Campaign Reports (CR) present chronological developments of 
entire campaigns. 

CRNo. 

1 Liberation of Rome 

Entry and liberation of the first of the Axis capitals to capitulate (21 
min — 1944 — Withdrawn from all typos of public exhibition — Withdrawn 
from oversea commands — From British Army Film BC 7198). 

2 San Pietro 

Graphic account of capture of an Italian village (32 min — 1945). 

3 Stilwell Road 

Construction of highway through extreme natural obstacles under enemy 
fire (52 min— 1945). 

4 Appointment in Tokyo 

Motion picture record of Gen MacArthur's operations from the Fall of 
Corregidor to Japanese surrender ceremonies in Tokyo Bay (56 min — 1945 — 
Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 

44. Combat Bulletins 

Combat Bulletins (CB) are newsreel-type films. CB's No. 1 
tlirough 66 deal with WW II, while No. 101 through 113 deal with the 
Korean conflict. Production of these bulletins was discontinued on 
13 November 1951. 

CBNo. 

1 Combat shots, Pacific and Italian theaters (13 min — 1944). 

2 Bridging the Volturno River, Italy — Landings in South Pacific area — 
Hawaiian training branch — Invasion of Cape Gloucester (14 min — 1944). 

3 Building pillbox in Italy — Battlefield concealment — Operations at Los 
Negros — Embarkation for Anzio — Capodichino airfield in Italy (20 min — 
1944). 

4 Battle for Cassino — Japanese and jungle — Tanks and infantry face enemy 
fire (19 min— 1944). 

5 Stop that tank, rear area in India — Something new has been added — 
Various special devices, South Pacific — Bazooka quadruple power — Land 
mine problem — The B-29, modern day specialist (16 min — 1944). 

6 Beachhead operations — A day on a European beachhead (23 min — 1944). 

17 Invasion of southern France — Operations in northern France — Operations 
in Burma — Japanese attack US task force (38 min — 1944). 

18 Progress in southern France — Activities in Italy — Seized German film — 
Invasion of Sansapor — Battle of France (39 min— 1944 — Withdrawn from 
all types of public exhibition). 

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CBNo. 

19 Expansion of beachhead in southern Franco — ActivitifS on Lcdo and 
Burma Iloads — Activities at Leghorn, Italy — Operations in northern France 
(21 niin— 1944). 

20 Flying bomb sites — Capture of Toulon and Marseilles — US airmen freed 
in Roumania — Oixrations in France and Bclfiinni — Canadian 1st army — 
British 2d army — American 1st and 3d armies (24 min — 1944 — Withdrawn 
from all types of public exhibition). 

21 Progress in southern France — Activities in Italy — Bridge over Sahvecn 
River — Clean-up Aitape, New Guinea — North France and Belgium — 
American 1st and 3d armies (20 min — 1944). 

22 Yanks in Germany — American 3d and 7th armies meet — British take 
Antweri) — Buzz bombs halted — Nazis give up — Airborne army take-olT 
(2G min— 1941). 

23 Boring into Siegfried Line — Rhine bridge seized — Battle for Lorraine — 
Gothic Line cracked — Pacific war steps up — Canadians clearing channel 
(26 min— 1944). 

24 Channel coast activities — Ordnance repairs — German frontier opera- 
tions — Airborne operations — Toulon Harbor installations — Invasion of 
Palaii Islands (20 min— 1944). 

25 Evaluation of Kweilin — Supply for American 1st army — Allies near Po 
Valley — Americans rebuild Japanese base — Invasion of Anguar (25 min — 
1944). 

26 Capture of Tengyueh, Burma Road barrier — Fifth army on road to 

Bologna — Seized film on Ploesti oil field — Artificial harbor in Normandy — 
Activities in ETO — Cross-canal flamethrower — Railheads bring tanks to 
front — U-boat at Brest — Battle of Aachen — AMG in Germany — RAF bombs 
Germany (31 min — 1944 — Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 

27 Clean-up on Peleliu and Anguar — Activities in ETO — More Brazilian 
troops reach Italian front — Preparations for Philippine invasion — Landings 
on Leyte (28 min— 1944). 

28 Activities in ETO — Battle of the Netherlands— Glider pick-up at Eind- 
hoven — Air Force fighter kills — Liberation of Greece — Activities in Burma — 
Gen Scagrave's field hospital unit — The US Navj' presents — Battle of the 
Philippines (19 min— 1944). 

29 Activities in ETO— Battle of the Netherlands— Testing German am- 
munition — Utilization of local industries — .\rtillery supplies a trapped bat- 
talion — Winter shoes for tanks — Demolition of roadblocks — Weasel M29- 
C — Additional films of Palau operations (22 iniii — 1944). 

30 Activities in ETO — RAF sinks Tirpitz — Frontline steel production — 
I^ombed Belgian rail network — Rain and snow slow allied armies — Burma 
oiH-rations — Activities in Philippines (21 min — 1944). 

31 Personnel pick-up tests at Wright Field— Wine barri'l revetmt'iits — 
Eighth Air Force fighter kills — Remote control tank — Opening of big push— 
Huertg<'ii Forest — .\aehen ana (15 min — 1944). 

32 Activities in ETO — American Ist and 9th armies drive closer to Roer 
River— Holland front — British introduce a new mine detector— Belfort an«l 
Mullious(! fall to French units — Sharpsliooting course for jungle fighters — 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

CB No. 

Italian front — Russian fiim showinp fightinj!; in Warsaw suburbs — B-29's 
attack Tokyo — <'ariier pianos attack Manila (21 niin — 19-15). 

33 School for jungle life — Activities in ETO — American 1st and 9th armies 
drive forward on Aachen front — To the south, US and French troops of the 
6th armj' press forward before the Rhine plain — Island ice box — Advance 
toward Ormoc Road — Carrier strikes in Ormoc and Manila Bays (18 min — 
1945). 

34 Activities in ETO — Ninth army front — Port of Antwerp — Fighter kills — 
Malaria control in Corsica — B-29 crash in China — Japanese phosphorous 
bomljs — Capture of Bhamo, Burma Road link (IG min — 1945). 

35 Japanese raid Saipan B-29 base — GI's get whole blood from homefront — 
"Black Widow" and "Jato" — Activities in Burma, China, and ETO (20 
min— 1945). 

36 Operations in Philippine Islands — Ormoc landing — Troops land on 
Mhidoro — Mediterranean area — German work mobilization — ETO — Ger- 
man offensive (23 min — 1945). 

37 Activities on Leyte and Mindoro — Air ferry roiite to Siberia — Advance in 
Burma — Nazi version of action in East — Activities in ETO (24 min — 1945). 

38 Admiral Nimitz speaks on Pearl Harbor anniversary — "Mars Task Force" 
at Tonkwa — XC-97, cargo transport — Nazis driven from Greenland coast — 
Winter on the Italian front — Trench foot problem at front — Allies counter 
in Battle of the Bulge (21 min— 1945). 

39 Island airport in Axis waters — Experimental activities of AAF — Ledo- 
Burma Road — Field problems on W^estern front — M24 light tank — Modi- 
fications on M4 tank — Shigle-plane Borneo attack (15 min — 1945). 

40 Attack on Manila Harbor— First landing on Luzon — Action on Western 
front — Alsace front — Bomb damage viewed at captured oil plant — Sumatra 
oil refineries bombed — Para-demolition on NE Celebes (20 min— 1945). 

41 Bombing of Manila airfields — British take Akyab — Opening of Ledo 
Road — Carrier force strikes Formosa — Italian front — .\ctivities in ETO — 
Frontline shower bath — Bombing of Berlin (26 mhi — 1945). 

42 Meeting of allied leaders — Nazi shipping attacked along Norwegian 
coast — New aircrew oxygen bottle — Activities in ETO and Burma — Bailey 
assault bridge — Army-Navy planes hit Japanese installations — Operations 
in the Philippines (31 min — 1945). 

43 .\ctivities in ETO — Trays from scrap metal — DDT spray for jungle — 
Capture of Ramree — Modern plant services allied aircraft — Stilwell Road 
convoy reaches Kunming— Luzon operations (23 min — 1945). 

44 Invasion of Iwo Jima — Jet-propelled P-59 — Activities in ETO — Gen 
Marshall's hispcction of Italian front — Manila (25 min — 1945 — Withdrawn 
from all types of public exhibition). 

45 Action on Iwo Jima — Radio Luxembourg — Activities in ETO — Roo-sevelt 
raeetuig — Activities in Philippines — Manila — Corregidor and Mariveles 
(30 mhi— 1945). 

46 .\llied air attacks on Germany — Rhine offensive— A-26 Invader — Manila 
clean-up — Air rescue on Japanese-held island — Iwo Jima (29 min — 1945 — 
Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 



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CBNo. 

47 Tokyo strikes — Activities on Iwo Jiina — Ciean-up on Corregidor — 
China supply problems — Jungle shelters — T26 tank — Additional films on 
Rhine offensive (27 min — 1945). 

48 Air support on Western front — Shangri-La — Activities in ETO — British 
jet plane — M69 incendiary bomb — Capture of Lai^hio and Mandalay — 
Second airfield taken on Iwo Jima — Ryukyua attacked (31 min — 1945). 

49 Additional film on Iwo Jima — Invasion of Panay Island in Philippines — 
Aerial supply on Leyte — B-32 Dominator — War dogs — Honor defenders 
of Bastogue — Rhine airborne operations (25 min — 1945). 

50 Ryukyus operations — Activities in Burma — P-80 Shooting Star — Fifth 
army ordnance pool — US forces drive deeper into Germany (29 min — 1945). 

51 Story of Remagen bridge capture — Navy moves inland — Philippine 
operations — Advajice on Okuiawa — Activities in Burma — Nazi atrocities 
(28 min — 1945 — Withdrawn from all types of public eithibition). 

52 Advance in Italy — Activities in ETO and in Luzon — Transportation 
methods in China — Tokyo strikes — Additional Okinawa films — Attack on 
Kure naval base (26 min — 1945 — Withdrawn from all tj-pes of public 
exhibition). 

53 Sec Stimson and Gen Marshall — Activities on Okinaway and in ETO — 
Mop-up in Manila Harbor — Atrocity films — Surrender — Gen Eisenhower 
makes VE-day statement (33 min — 1945— Withdrawn from all types of 
public exhibition). 

54 Action on Okinawa — Two Japanese in dawn sortie — Activities in Philip- 
pines — Expedients overcome tank obstacles — V-I over Antwerp — Air- 
borne supply base — Activities in ETO — Atrocity films — Death of Mussolini 
(32 min — 1945 — Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 

55 Additional surrender films — Gen Richardson makes VE-day statement — 
Fall of Rangoon — Iwo Jima base for Tokyo attacks — Captured Japanese 
weapons— USS Franklin (29 min— 1945). 

56 Activities in ETO — Paper war — 57-mm recoilless rifle — Invasion of 
Tarakan — Japanese suicide bomb — Capture of Banguio (29 min — 1945). 

57 Activities in ETO — Disney swish — Enemy fortifications — Mine menace 
in conquered areas — T66 rocket launcher — Jungle rescue — .\ctivities in 
Philippines— Attack on Naha (28 miii— 1945— Withdrawn from all types 
of public exhibition). 

58 Activities in ETO— Floating bridge M4 — Activities in Philippines — 
Sopac University — Postwar jeep—Allied prtsouers freed in Rangoon — 
Shuri Line on Okinawa (26 min — 1945). 

59 Operation "Pluto" — Allied control council for Germany — New heli- 
copters — Carbine M2 — Activities in rhilippines— Lodo Road supply bas*' — 
Additional films on Shuri Line — Expand Marianas airbuses (26 min — 1945). 

60 Activities in ETO — LVT's for beachhead operations — Wire-laying by 
airplane — Activities of 6th army group — Service schools in Pacific — Trans- 
portation difficulties on Okhiawa— F7F Tigercat (20 min — 1945). 

61 Operation "Fido"— Activities in ETO — Russian one-man carry — M40 
and T89 motor carriages — Borneo invasions — Action on northcni Luzon — 
Okuiawa— Naval operations olf Okinawa— Kobe strike (27 min— 1945). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

CBNo. 

62 Rodcployment operations — Activities in ETO — Cavitizing shells for 
V-T fuzes — Okinawa — Japanese attacks on ileet (21 nun — 1945). 

63 '"'British flame defenses — Revolt in Prague — Redeployment — New Quar- 

termaster units use leaded gas — Suicide attack on destroyer — Elevcntli 
airborne cuts Japanese escape routes — PT boats fixe Japanese oil (21 
mill — 1945). 

64 Former President Truman arrives at Berlin conference — Demonstration 
of latest Signal Corps equipment — Recapture of Liuchow — Aguni invasion — 
Balikpapan hivasion — Typhoon hits fleet (19 min — 1945). 

65 Big Three conference in session — Additional films of Balikpapan hi- 
vasion — Activities on Okinawa — Reunion on Okinawa — "Little David" 
914-mm mortar (17 min — 1945). 

66 Activities in China — Service troops arrive in Manila — Japanese anti- 
submarine mortar — Third fleet shells Japan — Sinking of HMS Barham — 
Army nurses arrive in Hawaii (13 min — 1945). 

101 Korea, 10 July through 10 August 1950 — Battle for time — Logistics and 
combat operations of air, sea, and ground forces of UN (29 min — 1950). 

102 Korea, 10 August through 10 September 1950 — Turnuig the tide — 
Combat footage of attack and counterattack on ground — Tactical and 

y ■ strategic UN air support — Marines spearhead amphibious landing on 
Wolmi Island — UN forces capture Inchon and push to outskirts of Seoul — 
UN forces hold Pusan beachhead and push Red aggressors back (22 min — 

-' ' 1950). 

103 Korea, 20 September through 20 October 1950 — UN offensive — Maps 
sliow changing situation (21 min — 1950). 

104 Korea, 20 October through 20 November 1950 — Chinese communists 
enter war — Speed of UN medical treatment through evacuation of wounded 
by air — Field demonstrations at Aberdeen (Maryland) Provhig Ground — 
Rough winter weather impedes Navy — Air Force tests on new Fairchild 
XC-120 pack airplane — Demonstration of US winter uniforms (21 min — 
1951). 

105 Korea, 20 November through 20 December 1950 — UN forces escape 
trap — Third division fighting principal holding action — Tenth corps evacu- 
ated by sea from Hungnam — Evacuation of troops, supplies, equipment, 
and civilians, in face of advancing Chinese Reds — Largest amphibious 
evacuation in military history — Airdrop of supplies — Air evacuation of 
casualties — Destruction of abandoned supplies — Interrogation of Chinese 
prisoners (16 mhi — 1951). 

106 Korea, 20 December 1950 through 20 January 1951 — UN ground forces 
evacuated from Hungnam aided by naval protective fire — Warehouses, 
buildings, and harbor facilities destroyed — Evacuation of Seoul — Redeploy- 
ment of 8th army — Withdrawal across Han River — Flight of civilian 
refugees — UN troops digging in near Suwon — Fighter-bombers of UN air 
force inflicting damage on enemy (20 min — 1951). 

107 Korea, 20 January through 20 February 1951 — UN troops capture Suwon 
and move on to Han River — Digging out enemy in hills — Troops of 25th 
division reach outskirts of Seoul on 10 February — Red resistance stiffens 
on central front indicating counterattack — Red positions blasted by massed 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

CBNo. 

firepower of tanks and artillery — Flyins; boxcars deliver supplies by para- 
chute at Wonju — Dislodging of enemy on hill 584 — Operation Killer pushes 
northward following failure of Red breakthrough attempt (17 rain — 1951). 

108 Korea, 20 February through 20 March 1951 — Operation Killer, con- 
tinues against weakening enemy resistance — C-119's supplying frontline 
units by air — UN air force continues around-the-clock bombing and strafing 
of enemy — Troops of 24th and 25th divisions carrying battle to enemy — 
Near 38th Parallel, 7th division reconnaissance patrol strikes northward 
(18 min— 1951). 

109 Korea, 20 March through 20 April 1951 — Paratroopers of 187th airborne 
regimental combat team land near Munsan during Operation Tomahawk — 
Twenty-fourth division advances in face of stiff resistance at 38th Parallel — 
ROK division crosses Imjin River with US fire support — Official activities 
of SHAPE headquarters — Tank-infantry team executes a reconnaissance 
in force across 38th Parallel — Reconnaissance tank mission against com- 
munist snipers (19 min — 1951). 

110 Korea, 20 April through 20 May 1951 — Red spring offensive stalled — 
UN forces withdraw across Imjin River and through Uijongbu to set up 
major defenses along Lincoln Line above Seoul — Tank-infantry team de- 
flects Chinese columns as UN planes blast enemy concentrations north of 
Seoul — "Human sea" tactics of Reds prove costly against superior UN 
firepower (15 min — 1951). 

111 Korea, 20 May through 20 June 1951 — Allied units push north as tide 
of battle turns — Infantry units receive close support from F-51 fighters 
in smashing enemy hill position — Mud hampers advance of UN forces 
necessitating airlift delivery of supplies to front — Artillery battery pounds 
Reds with 155-mm howitzer shells — Pinpointing of communist targets by 
air-ground team as UN advance continues — Blasting of Wonsan Harbor 
at night by rocket-firing vessels of UN navy (17 min — 1951). 

112 Korea, 20 June through 20 July 1951 — Cease-fire talks — Reds stop UN 
correspondents from entering conference area — Gen Ridgway discontinues 
talks until enemy agrees to neutralize Kaosong area — Resumption of talks 
(18 min— 1951). 

113 Korea, 20 July through 20 August 1951 — Infantry patrol in probing 
action in northwest of Inje — UN communication team installs VHF sUition 
as link in radio network — North of Yanggu US infantrymen attack hill 
1179, supported by self-propelled 155-mm guns and heavy mortars — 
Following capture of objective, iniits reorganize, receive ammunition, and 
other supplies by airdrop — Return of refugees to Seoul — Retrieval of mine- 
disabled tank — Cease-fire negotiations at Kaesong (18 min — 1951). 

45. Army Information Films 

These films are intonded for the information of all personnel in the 
Armed Forces, including civilian components. 

Army Information Films Series, sponsored hy Trooj) Infonnation 
Division, Department of the Army, should not he confused with 



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AFIF Scries sponsorotl by Armed Forces Infoimation aiul Education, 
Department of Dcfeiiso, 

A IF Xo. 

1 Derense Against Enemy Propaganda 

Aim and imttcrn of enemy proi)aRanda in American ocuiipiutl countries, 
Soviet occupied areas and Korea — The means of combating it (29 uiiii — 
1957 — Film Reference). 

2 Sweden — Modern Land of the Vikings 

This pictorial study of Sweden covers its f^eoRraphy, history, K«jvernmcnt, 
industry, culture, customs, and mode of life — A blend of vikinp heritage 
and modern age — The people, their enjoyment in water and winter sports 
(30 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adaptation^ — Limited number of prints 
distributed to central film and equipment exchanges). 

3 African Heritage 

Study of East Africa— Contributions of Africa to civilization — Life and 
work of the people — Painting, music, and the dance are discussed — Present 
day changes and development (29 min — 195S — Color — Commercial AdapUv- 
tion — Limited number of prints distributed to central film and ec|ui])mcnt 
exchanges). 

4 Netherlands— Land Below the Sea 

Study of the Netherlands — Nature of the land — Canal system and modes 
of transportation — Flower growing and export, dairy, fishing, and shipping — 
Traditional customs of the Dutch pcoi)le^Proj)osed projects and studies 
to reclaim all available si)ace for the increasing population (34 min — l'J5S — 
Color — Commercial Adaptation — Limited number of jnints distributed to 
central film and equipment exchanges). 

46. Department of Defense Film 

This film is intended for use by Public Information OHiccrs. 

DD Xo. 

184-54 Army's Nilte Guards Nation's Capital 

Scenes made at the launcher station near Lorton, Va. — IIow guided 
mi.ssile NIKE is brought into position to lire during simulated enemy 
aircraft attack — Capabilities of the NIKE (5 min — 1955). 

47. Educational Films 

Educational films (EF) serve as guides for vocational, iiuliislrial, 
educational, and rehabilitation purposes. 

EF Xo. 

6 Don't Be a Sucker 

Combating minority group prejudice (18 nu'n — 1917 — Revised — With- 
drawn from all types of public exhibition) . 

179 Heights and Depths 

Zinc etchings of line drawing and half-tone photographs for newspai)crs 
(9 min— 1945). 

180 Modes and Motors 

Artistic automotive designing (9 min — 1915 — Commercial Adaptation). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

EF No. 

183 Electrons on Parade 

Construction and use of the power tube (20 min — 1945 — Commercial 

Adaptation). 

187 Painting and Decorating 

Self-explanatory title (10 min — 1945). 

192 How to Play Volleyball 

Self-explanatory title (20 min — 1945 — Commercial Adaptation). 

215 Pottery Making 

Self-explanatory title (U min — 1945). 

216 Metal Working 

Self-explanatory title (12 min— 1945). 

272 Printing 

Self-explanatory title (10 min— 1947). 

48. Film Bulletins 

Film bulletins (FB) deal with new military developments (not nec- 
essarily based on approved Department of the Army doctrine). 

FB No. 

163 Mustard Spray Tests With Multiple Planes (U) 

(23 min — 1944 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must be 
authorized by CCMLO— Fihn is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

5-85 Camouflage Dummies and Decoys 

Camouflage in desert warfare — Use of wire, cloth, paper, foliage, mud, 
and soil in preparation and construction of dummies and decoys (14 
min— 1944— Color). 

5-101 The Tournapull 

Engineer tournapull machine used in constructing airfields (15 min — 
1944 — Film Reference). 

5-102 The Engineer Dozers — LeTourneau 

Use of two types of dozers — Techniques — Clearing away okstacles 
and building roads through various types of terrain (20 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 

5-111 Road and Runway Construction — Southwest Pacific 

Rapid construction of supply roads and air strips on captured Japa- 
nese islands (18 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

5-129 Engineer Power Shovel and Attachments 

Power shovel — Standard attachments — Operation (21 miu — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 

5-133 Hand-placed Charges against Beach and Underwater Obstacles 

Placing demolition blocks M2, MS, M4, and bangalore torpedo by 
hand — Types of beach and underwater obstacles — Functioning of con- 
cussion detonator (19 min — 1944). 



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,U 



FB No. 

5-137 Road Maintenance and Construction in Italy 

Engineer maintenance and construction of roads in Italy (10 niiii — 
1944 — Film Reference). 

5-148 Camouflage in Combat 

Practicability of camouflage — Coini)aribon between training and 
combat metliods — Ingenious examples under battle conditions — Enemy 
skill and techniques of camouflage (12 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

5-168 Port Repair 

Problems — Destruction found in captured i)orts — Repair for military 
uso (15 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

5-182 Road Construction and Maintenance in CBI 

Construction of military roads in CBI theater (18 min — 1945 — Film 
Reference). 

5-185 The Bailey Bridge in Combat 
:>niil3si Use of bridge in keeping supplies and equipment moving totvard the 
front (13 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

5-192 Fixed Bridge Construction and Repair in the CBI 

Building and repairing fixed bridges in CBI theater (12 min — 1945 — 
Film Reference). 

5-194 Interim Report on Passage of Beach and Underwater Obstacles (U) 

(28 min — 1945 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must be 
authorized by COFENGRS— Film is classified SECRET). 

5-196 Airfield Construction and Repair in the CBI 

Construction of military airfields in CBI theater by engineers — 
Limited equipment — Obstacles (15 min- — 1945 — Film Reference). 

5-201 River Crossing Operations in the CBI 

Overcoming diflficult obstacles to keep supplies moving across rivers 
(14 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

5-207 Field Airdromes 

Construction of field airdromes (12 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 
7-263 Fighting in Built-Up Areas — Use of Special Equipment 

Illustrating special techniques and equipment used by infantry in 
clearing an enemy-held area — What makes fighting in these areas more 
effective (5 min — 1053). 

7-264 Fighting in Built-Up Areas — Methods of Entering Buildings 

Demonstration of correct methods of entering buildings in onemy-hcld 
territory — Use of grenades (4 min — 1953). 

7-265 Fighting in Built-Up Areas— Methods of Searching and Clearing Build- 
ings 

Rifle squad has the responsibility of searching and clearing buildings- 
Essential procedures demonstrated (3 min — 1953). 

7-266 Fighting in Bnilt-Up Areas — Selection of Positions for Firing 

Emphasizing that selection of proper firing i)ositions greatly increases 
efi'ectiveness of fire during this type of combat — Tricks of cover and 
concealment (5 min — 1953). 

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FB No. 

7-268 Fighting in Built-Up Areas — Organization and Tactics 

Outlining organization and tactics of an attacking unit, the infantry 
rifle platoon — Functions of major groups: searching party, covering 
party, and weapons squads— How each group is deployed during attack — 
Importance of an advance tactical plan (10 min — 1953). 

7-269 Fighting in Built-Up Areas — Mutual Support and Methods of Adrance 

Exhibiting the joint support of infantry and tank units in this tyi)e of 
fighting — Proper methods of advance for the infantryman (6 min — 
1953). 

7-272 Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — US Rifle Cal .30 Ml Browning 
Automatic Rifle 

Description, uses, and capabilities of the Browning automatic rifle 
(BAR) and the semiautomatic cal .30 Ml (8 min — 1954 — Color — Film 
Reference) . 

7-273 Infantry Weapons and Their Effects— US Pistol Cal .45, Submachine 
Gun, Cal .45, US Carbine, Cal .30 

Brief descriptions of characteristics and capabilities — Use in combat 
(8 min — 1954 — Color — Film Reference). 

7-274 Infantry Weapons and Their EfiTects — Hand and Rifle Grenades 

Grenades are among the most effective weapons for close in fighting — 
Hand grenades include M26 fragmentation, white phosphorous, and 
"offensive" — They are activated by hand and explode in 3 to 6 seconds — 
Rifle grenades are designed specifically for firing from a rifle and include: 
high explosive antitank grenade, pyrotechnic signal star cluster, para- 
chute flares in four colors, and colored smoke streamers (9 min — 1954 — 
Color — Film Reference) . 

7-275 Infantry Weapons and Their Effects— MIC Cal .30 Sniper's Rifle— 
Sniperscope, Infrared Set No. 1 

Mission of a sniper is to harass the enemy — Illustrating several special 
pieces of equipment furnished to sniper to help perferm mission (6 min — 
1954 — Color — Film Reference). 

7-277 Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Portable Flamethrower 

Location and characteristics of component parts — How to operate 
weapon — Characteristics and effects of thickened and unthickoned fuel 
(3 min — 1954 — Color — Film Reference). 

7-278 Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Machine Guns 

Characteristics, capabilities, and application of various machine guns 
u.scd in infantry regiment — Cal .30 light MC, cal .30 heavy MG, and cal 
.50 MG described — Ball, tracer, armor jiicrcing, and arujor piercing 
incendiary ammunition discussed (5 min — 1954 — Color — Film Refer- 
ence) . 

7-280 Infantry Weapons and Their Effects— The Mortar Family 

Composition, characteristics, capabilities, and application of the 
60-nnn mortar, 81-nim mortar, and 4.2-inch mortar (14 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 



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FB No. 
7-281 



7-282 



7-283 



7-285 



8-132 



8-147 



8-173 



8-184 



8-200 



8-203 



Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — 57-mm Rifle, M18; 75-mm Rifle, 

M20; 105-mm Rifle M27 

Brief descriptions of characteristics, capabilities, and application of the 
57-ram rifle, M18, 7o-mm rifle, M20, and 105-mm rifle, M27 (7 niin — 
1955 — Color — Film Reference). 

Infantry Weapons and Their Effects — Tank Weapons 

Brief review of the medium ^147 tank with the 90-mm gun, cal .30 
coaxial machine gun, cal .50 machine gun, and a cal .30 bow machine 
gun — Three types of ammunition fired by the 90-imii gun (5 min — 
1955 — Film Reference). 

Ranger Training 

Illustrating the three phases of the eight-week intensive army ranger 
training course — Invaluable part of army combat teams formed by 
gi'aduates of this course (28 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Rugged Rangers 

Highlights of the army ranger training course conducted at Fort 
Benning, Georgia, to test physical stamina and moral courage under 
combat conditions — Volunteers from all arms and services imdergo 
rigorous training for eight weeks in three phases: review of basic military 
skills, jungle training, and mountain terrain training (9 min — 1953 — 
Film Reference). 

Evacuation of the Wounded 

Steps in evacuating wounded — Five successive echelons of medical 
service from frontline to general hospital in ZI (15 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

Medical Service in the Jungle 

Difficulties of jungle medical service — Efficiency of combat medical 
troops — Swimming out with casualties to ships — Treating wounded — 
Assembling medical supplies — Water discipline — Danger of fungus in- 
fections — Immunization problems — Malaria control — Jungle fear at 
night — Operation of collecting stations and clearing stations under canvas 
or in captured Japanese dugouts (20 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

The Evacuation Hospital 

Organization and function of evacuation hospital and third echelon 
medical service (13 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Psychiatric Procedure in Combat Area 

Handling mild and moderately severe cases of combat fatigue in divi- 
sion and army areas (47 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 



Malaria Control on Corsica 

Prevention of malaria by mosquito control 
places — Killing with sprays — Screening 
min — 1945 — Film Reference). 



Destruction of breeding 
Individual protection (13 



General Hospital 

Organization and operation of general hospitals overseas (12 min- 
1945 — Film Reference). 



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FB No. 
8-217 



8-228 

9-117 

9-US 
9-125 

9-128 

•i 

9-154 
9-170 



9-179 



9-197 



9-204 



9-206 



9-221 



Army Medical Laboratories (World War II) 

Laboratory units in tlieaters of operation, communications zones, and 
ZI — Function of each — Overall organization and set-up worldwide net- 
work of laboratories (38 min — 1947) 

Veterinary Food Inspection Service — Part 11: Theater of Operations 

Inspection of food from its arrival at oversea ports until its issue to 
front line organizations (15 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

Torsion Bar Suspension 

Basic principles — Advantages over old type volute (coil) spring type 
suspension system (8 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Tank Transporter M25 

Description and use (20 min — 1944). 
Light Cargo Carrier, M29C 

Operation and maintenance (16 min — 1944). 

Save That Part 

Stock piles maintained by Ordnance to fill requirements of armies — 
Recovery of serviceable equipment for reconditioning and repairing (7 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Velocity Calibration of Artillery 

Two-unit ballistic and technical service team — Highly mobile units, 
trained and equipped by ordnance to calibrate weapons of a battery or 
battalion (9 min — 1944). 

Concrete Piercing Nose Fuze M78 

Demonstration and evaluation of penetrating ability of concrete pierc- 
ing nose fuze M78 — Projectiles fired against reinforced concrete slab 5 
feet thick with a compressive strength over 5,000 pounds f>er square inch 
(16 min— 1945). 

Spray-formed Plastic Casing 

Its use and importance to manufacturers — Detailed description (19 
min — 1945). 



VT Bomb and Rocket Fuzes 

Details concerning VT bomb and rocket fuzes (25 min- 
Reference). 



-1945— Film 



Beachhead Maintenance for LVT's 

Seagoing LVT maintenance units — r^nloading repair shops mounted 
on skids and setting them up for operation on beachheads — Retriever 
LVT's (19 min— 1945). 

The 4.6-inch Multiple Rocket Launcher. T66 

Function, handling, and use of rocket fire in the field — Advantages of 
new launcher — Use of new rockets — Crew duties — Tactical use of 
launcher (25 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Arctic Engine Oil 

Develoi)nient and testing of now arctic «•ll^im• oil at Korl C'liunliill, 
Canada— Lubrication sclu'dule (7 min- 1948 — Fihn Reference). 



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FB No. 
9-230 



9-231 



^238 



9-288 



9-289 



9-290 



10-127 



10-224 



10-233 



Trends in Ordnance: 1949 

Improved mobility of weapons from WW I to WW IT^ — Ordnance 
museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground — Development of lighter, more 
easily portable artillery •weapons — New vehicles — T51 crosscountry 
cargo and personnel carrier — Medium tank M46 and light tank T37 (13 
min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

Rocket Instrumentation 

Methods and instruments used to track and record speed, distance, 
and flight of rockets — Doppler effect as recorded in Dovap system — 
Tracking and recording rocket flight with radar, tracking telescopes, 
ballistic cameras, and allied electronic and optical instruments — Use of 
recorded information (15 min — 1949). 

Aberdeen Proving Ground 

Developing efficient weapons for US military needs — Functions and 
operations of the Ballistics Research Laboratory, Development and 
Proof Services, The Ordnance School, the Ordnance Board, and Aberdeen 
Ordnance Depot — Basic field research of armed forces materiel conducted 
at aerodynamic range, supersonic wind tunnel, and Munson automotive 
t€st course — Completion of materiel study with field tests (17 min — 
1951). 

Modern Ordnance Materiel — Wheeled Vehicles 

Army Ordnance Corps has the responsibility of supplying and main- 
taining wheeled vehicles which implement the transportation of men 
and equipment — Ordnance Corps research hais resulted in production of 
many new and improved versatile vehicles (12 min — 1954 — Film 
Reference). 

Modern Ordnance Materiel — Tracked Vehicles 

Application and characteristics of latest developments in tracked 
vehicles, particularly these basic types: light, medium, and heavy tanks 
(17 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Modern Ordnance Materiel — The M76 Amphibious Cargo Carrier 

Construction, characteristics, capabilities, and operation of this 
Army vehicle which, like an otter, is at home on water and on land thus 
providing motorized transportation regardless of terrain or climatic 
conditions (8 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Supply Problems in the Southwest Pacific 

Hazards of handling and storing suppHes — Corrective action — 'Effect 
of climatic, storage, and handling conditions on substandard packing — 
Oversea packing — Preventing corrosion of subsistence items (40 min — 
1944). 

Consolidated Loose Issue and Packing Room 

Quartermaster warehousing operations — Storage and supply of loose 
issue items — Filling requisition at supply depot warehouse — Warehouse 
layout and arrangement of shelves — Conveyor belt system — Packing, 
crating, and shipi)ing (22 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

Nutriculture — Vegetable Growing 

Growing food crops by artificial chemical feeding — Techniques of 
vegetable growing — Equipment — Mixing chemical ingredients — Con- 

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10-254 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

structing storage tanks — Irrigation — Sowing — Pollination — Harvesting 
and packing (10 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

Cold Weather Uniforms 

Showing dangers of frostbite and trcnchfoot — Explanation of layer 
principle for cold weather clothing — Clothing to be worn in wet cold 
weather — Clothing to be worn in dry cold weather — Characteristics of 
undergarments, overgarmetits, footgear, and gloves — Proper number of 
layers of clothing as related to cold weather conditions and amount of 
activity (25 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Nylon Body Armor Test in Korea 

Showing tests made by 20,000 soldiers of nylon body armor in various 
types of units and under varying conditions for 140 days in Korea — Dis- 
cussion of five objectives of test — Enthusiastic demand for vests by 
combat troops after tests (14 min — 1953). 

Rigging the 6,000-pound Load-bearing Platform for Aerial Delivery 

Demonstrating in part I the techniques used in rigging typical mass 
loads— Showing in part II the procedures used in rigging the J^-ton and 
J^-ton trailers with accompanying loads (36 min— 1953— Film Ref- 
erence). 
Newfoundland Communications 

Signal Corps lays long-line cable with laterals to all military installa- 
tions on Newfoundland (21 min — 1943 — Color — Film Reference). 

Mark III, IFF Modifications (U) 

(13 min— 1944— FUm is classified SECRET). 
Moistureproofing and Fungiprooflng Signal Corps Equipment 

Damage caused to vital communications by moisture and fungi — 
Prevention — Six-man team of radio and wire men at work (17 min — 
1944— Film Reference). 

Waterproofing Signal Corps Equipment 

Procedures and techniques necessary to protect equipment from 
efTccts of immersion in water (29 min — 1945 — Film IU.'fercnce). 

Improved Field Wire Laying with Wire Dispensers 

Wire Dispenser MX-306/AG — Weight— Size and shape— Package 
containing }<t mile j)lastic-coatcd assault wire — Application m forward 
areas (13 min — 1950 — Film Reference). >rf) ni nm^IdoiT ♦' 

Combat Firing with Hand Guns 

Correct grips— Three basic firing positions — Firing quickly and 
instinctively (17 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Allied Military Government in Italy 

Purpose of AMG in occupied couTitrios — Situation in Italy when 
American forces invaded — Destruction of cities and villages — Disrup- 
tion of economic and social life — Reconstruction and rehabilitation by 
AMG and Italian officials (18 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

19-167 Tradic Control In the Normandy Invasion 

Work of military police- -Ke«'piiig roads clear for stoady How of mili- 
tary vehicles to front line — TralFic problems in assembling troops and 



10-255 
10-259 

11-69 

11-134 
11-142 

11-188 
11-234 

19-152 
19-157 



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FB No. 



19-193 



19-202 



19-212 



19-239 



19-246 



19-256 



19-287 



20-16 



20-37 



20-39 



supplies in England, and landing troops and pupplios in France — 
Subsequent movement from beachhead (ISmin — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Evacuation of Civilians 

Combat footage taken in ETO — Keeping civilians from roads in com- 
bat areas so traffic lanes can l>e kept open for troop and supply move- 
ments (15 min — 1945 — Film Reference), 

TrafDc Control in the CBI 

Military police keep supply routes open for military traffic from ports 
in India to Burma Road — Obstacles in narrow Calcutta streets — Traffic 
control, stations — Radio-equipped jeeps direct and route traffic — 
Building Stilwell Road through jungle from Ledo to Burma Road (19 
min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

The Baseball Grenade (CN Riot Grenade M25) 

Use and operation— Shape — Throwing or rolling grenade — Operating 
parts — Advantages of M25 over M7 — Decontaraiuatiou (6 min — 1945 — 
Film Reference). 

Oriental Prisoners of War 

Handling of prisoners of war by UN forces in Korea in accordance 
with provisions of Geneva Convention (23 min— 1951 — Film Reference). 

Hasty Sign Making 

How the military police personnel make temporary signs in the field 
when permanent signs are not available — Demonstrating the uses of 
sign reproduction kit No. 1, silk screen process (19 min — 1952 — Film 
Reference) . 

MP Highway Patrol in Germany 

Demonstrating the control that military police have over traffic on 
the Autobahn in Germany — Duties of military police highway patrols 
include traffic patrols, services, and assistance to military and civilian 
population, law enforcement, and first aid (10 min — 1953 — Film Ref- 
erence). 

The Military Police Story 

Military Police Corps trainees receive intensive training in basic 
infantry skills and expert instruction in military policing techniques at 
Camp Gordon, Georgia — Variety of MP duties and responsibilities — 
Military police serve in all parts of the world (33 min — 1954 — Film 
Reference). 

Invasion of Crete by the German Army 

German film shows preparations for invasion of Crete by air — First 
part of attack June 1941 — Strafing and precision bombuig — Men and 
equipment dropped by parachute — Capture of coastal roads and airports 
(11 min — 1942 — Film Reference). 

Highway to Alaska 

Vital artery for flow of military supplies to Alaska (9 min — 1942 — 
Film Reference). 

Scrap for Victory 

Salvage of old weapons to help meet iron shortage (11 min — 1942 — 
Film Reference). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 



FB No. 
20-56 



20-66 
20-78 

20-213 

20-220 
20-232 



20-249 



44-253 



46-260 



46-261 



Western Battle Front, May-June 1940 

Victorious Nazi drive through Holland and Belgium into France (40 
rain — 1943 — lilm lleference. 

The Battle of Buna 

The campaign at Buna (9 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Avalanche 

Snow avalanches in mountain operations — TyjX's — "Wind slab" and 
"flow snow" — Procedure for soldier separated from main party (10 
min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Reduction of Japanese Cave-type Fortifications 

Japanese retreat into caves — Methods of combatting this defense — 
Cave entrances located by aerial reconnaissance — Defoliation of hills by 
use of napalm — Neutralization of enemy positions by air forces and field 
artillery — Destruction by assault teams (34 min — 1945). 

Construction of Arctic Igloo 

Construction of snowhouse — Three-man igloo constructed in 3 hours — 
Advantages of igloo over tent — Natural camouflage (10 min — 1948). 

Summer Movements in the Arctic 

Terrain features of arctic and subarctic regions — Difficulties of moving 
men and supplies — Problems of movement, camping, and survival in 
arctic — Advantages and disadvantages of various vehicles — The weasol — 
Other types of transportation by water and air (15 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference). 

Reducing Enemy Log Bunkers in Korea 

Design, construction, and use of log bunkers, enemy camouflaged 
fortifications — Proper assault techniques and tactics to reduce enemy 
bunkers — Plan of attack detailed, air and ground reconnaissance, equip- 
ment, weapons, fighting units, and strategy employed (21 min — 1952 — 
Film Reference). 

Weapons of the Artillery 

Brief descriptions of characteristics of towed and self-propelled weapons 
which concerned the artillery-man — Nonartillery pieces considered are 
the 2.5 rocket launcher and the twin 40 motor carriage, Ml9 — Artillery 
pieces discussed and illustrated are the 75-mm pack howitzer, the 105-mm 
howitzer, the 155-mm howitzer, the 155-mm gun, the S-inch howitzer, 
and the 240-nim howitzer (26 min— 1053— Color). 

Army Aviation — Part I — Introduction 

CJeneral characteristics and typical present uses of fixed-wing and 
rotary-wing light pianos used by the army — Potential uses pegged to 
ingenuity of tactical commanders and staffs (17 min — 1958 — Film 
Reference). 

Army Aviation — Part II— Selection and Occupation of Small Unit Air- 
strips 

The mission of army aviation is to expedite tactical and logistical 
operations of army field forces — How the army aviation section of * 
combat unit selects and occiipies a small unit airstrip without interrupt- 
ing i;(»mbat operations (12 min — 1953— Film Reference). 



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NUMERICAL INDEX 



FB m. 

55-236 Cycloidal and Hydraulic Jet Propulsion 

Principles and use of cycloidal propelled and hydraulic propelled 
vessels — Cycloidal propelled vessel contrasted with conventional single- 
screw type craft — Rapid turning feature of boats propelled by these 
means (11 min — 1950). 

55-248 Outloading of Diesel Locomoiives 

Problems and proper techniques in loading diesel locomotives aboard 
a cargo ship — Correct rigging, lifting, alining, lowering into wooden 
cradles, lashing, bracing, and waterproofing the 120-ton locomotive — 
Teamwork and stevedoring knowledge essential to smooth and efficient 
operations (13 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

55-270 Steam Locomotive Firing 

Illustrating the six-step procedure for dropping old fire and for firing 
up a steam locomotive — Emphasizing the need for an even fire to insure 
efficient and economical operation (12 min — 1953). 

55-271 The Locomotive Air Brake System 

Showing the identification, location, and function of each component 
part of the locomotive air brake with emphasis on system maintenance 
and repair (14 min — 1953). 

55-286 Icecap — I 

Report of the Army Transportation Corps expedition across the icecap 
of Greenland in the spring and summer of 1952 to establish a route and 
a method of moving troops and heavy equipment to northern strategic 
bases (30 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

49. Graphic Films 

Graphic Films (GF) are produced by an economical motion picture 
production technique using animated drawings or photographs with 
accompanying narration. They are issued under GF release numbers 
except when the initiating agency requests their release in a different 
series. 

OF No. 
8-1 Medical Service in the Infantry Division — Part I — The Medical Company, 
Infantry Regiment 

Outlining the organization, responsibilities, and duties of this organic 
element of the regiment (17 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

8-2 Medical Service of the Infantry Division — Part II — The Medical Battalion 

Every combat organization the size of a battalion or larger has its own 
medical unit — The medical battalion consists of three companies: head- 
quarters and headquarters company (including dental service) that handle 
all battalion administration ; ambulance company that evacuates casualties 
from regimental collecting stations to divisions clearing station; clearing 
company that administers medical treatment (18 min — 1943 — Film 
Reference). 
8-3 Embryology of the Liver, Gallbladder, and Pancreas 

A simple visualization of the embryology of the liver, gallbladder, and 
pancreas with particular reference to the most common surgical anomalies, 
and variations of these organs (18 min — 1952 — Color — Film Reference). 

225 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

OF No. 

9-29 Elementary Principles of Analog Computers (U) 

(29 min — 1957 — Film Refercuce — Prints are for limited distribution 
to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and overseas for 
loan to need-to-know audiences — Film is claasified CONFIDENTIAL — 
Modified Handling Authorized.) 

1(^-18 Operation Streamline — Stock Accounting 

Showing the new stock accounting system used by Quartermaster 
Corps and other technical services — Provides for speed, efficiency, and 
mass production at a saving in time, eff'ort, and cost (15 min — 1952 — 
Color — Film Reference). 

10-21 How to Use Cold Weather Clothing 

How to avoid injuries caused by cold dry and cold wet conditions — 
Special cold weather attire, when properly used, provides a portable 
climate-stabilizer — Explanation of physiological aspects of building, 
maintaining, and giving off body heat — Seven key points stressed (14 
min — 1952 — Color — Film Reference). 

10-22 Operation of Quartermaster Corps in CONUS 

Mission, responsibilities, and activities of the Quartermaster Corps 
in continental US (11 min — 1953 — Color — Film Reference). 

10-23 QM Nondivisional Units 

Organization and activities of 19 flexible nondivisional units under 
the central control of headquarters and headquarters detachment 
quartermaster battalion — Expeditious supply of food, clothing, fuel, 
and other services to troops (19 min — 1953 — Color — Film Reference). 

10-33 Unit Messing in the Field— Part I— The Mobile Kitchen 

Features, use and assembly of kitchen — Conversion of truck into 
kitchen — Installation of kitchen equipment — Readying and serving 
meals — Cleaning utensils — Safety precautions (9 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference). 

10-35 Cooking Methods and Terms 

Standardized terms, procedure, and recipes outlined in Army cooking 
manuals are covered — Procedure for using recipes and methods of cutting, 
mixing, preparing, and cooking are explained and illustrated (28 min— 
1958— Film Reference). 

10-36 Warehousing Series — Part I — Storage Procedures 

Explains primary functions, basic resources, and mode of operation 
of a military depot — Special and all-purjjo.se warehouse storage facili- 
ties — Capacity and commodity factors in storage of supplies (21 min — 
1958— Film Reference). 

10-37 Warehousing Series — Part II — Aisle Arrangement 

Importance, jiurpose, and characteristics of aisles used in military 
storage areas — Covers main, cross, personnel, service, bin, and firo 
aisles— Stress on proper aisle arrangement for efficient operations (9 
min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

10 38 Warehousing Series— Part III— Bins. Racks, and Box Pallets 

Construction, purpose, and typos of items sttired in each of the three 
storage aids — Organization and operation of a Retail Bin Area featuring 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

OF No. 

layout of tiers and sections; stocking of items; supply procedures and 
replenishing bins (11 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-39 Manual Telephone Central Office AN/TTC-7 

Discusses the capabilities and operation of the entire system, including 
nomenclature, functions, and operation of major components — Procedures 
for placing and completing various types of calls — Methods used to 
expand the system (18 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

19-30 Riot Control Formations — Part I — Squad Formations 

Basic commands and steps to form the wedge, the echelon, and the 
line formations — Purpose of each — Stress on exact, precise execution 
(12 min — 1957— Film Reference). 

19-31 Riot Control Formations — Part II — Platoon and Company Formations 

Purpose and execution of the wedge, the echelon, and the line (15 
(.."<•> min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

19-32 Riot Control Formations — Part III — Vehicles and Foot Troops 

Composition of the Wedge, Echelon, and Line formations employing 
vehicles and troops — Commands used — Purpose of each formation (12 
min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

20-7 Smooth Operation 

Smooth driving prevents accidents (15 min — 1952 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

20-8 Safety Record 

A series of accidents culminated in the death of an employee — There- 
after an outstanding safety record is established in the plant (12 min — 
1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-9 Two Steps to Safety 

For safety in any job, know your job and know yourself (13 min — 
1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-10 Let Habit Help 

The importance of making safe habits a part of job performance 
(12 min — 1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-11 Get a Grip on Yourself 

Importance of emotional stability to safety on the job (15 min — 
1952 — Commercial Adaptation), 

20-12 Decide To Be Safe 

Importance of personal interest in safety programs — Normal safety 
precautions (12 min — 1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-13 Caution at the Cross Roads 

Danger at intersections is increased by careless driving (11 min — 
1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-14 Danger in Reverse 

Driving in reverse gear involves extra hazards (8 min — 1952 — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 



494599°— 59 15 



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NUMERICAL INDEX 

OF Xo. 

20-15 Too Close Tor Comfort 

Miinimiii) safe distances recommended Ijetween vehicles (8 min — 
1952 — C^oinnicrcial Adaptation). 

20 16 Too Fast for Conditions 

Safe driving controlled by road conditiuus rather than speed regulations 
(9 niin — 1952 — ("omniercial Adaptation). 

20 17 Wrong Side Suicide 

Rcsiicct for the white line in the center of the road (11 min — I9o2 — 
Conanicrcial Adajjlation). 

20 19 Looking for Trouble 

Maintenance measures prevent accidents (11 min — 1952 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

20-20 What Happened 

Avoiding complications after an accident (8 min — 1952 — Commercial 

Adaptation). 

33-27 Introduction to Psychological Warfare 

Methods and techniques employed in psychological warfare support 
in military operations — Tactical, Strategic and Consolidation (16 min — 
1956 — Color — Film Reference) . 

61-26 To Provide for the Common Defense 

History, organization, traditions, and customs of the Army — Charac- 
terized by a civilian-military jjattern — Kxi)lanation of administrative 
staff and its comliat organizations — Xoods and symbols for rank in 
commissioned and non-connnissioned levels — Emphasis on the civilian 
role in this great organization (17 min — 1954 — Color), 

50. Historical Reports 

Historical reports (HR) of WW II arraiigcHl chronologically accord- 
ing to theater of operations. 
riR .vo. 
A-1 The Gilbert Islands 

The Gilbert campaign — Strategic im|)ortanco of tlic islands — Success 
of tlie campaign, and how it l)rouglit us one step closer to Tokyo (11 
nn'n — 1949 — Limited distril)ution). 

A-5 Bougainville 

Landing operation and bui>scquent capture of Hougainville in 1943 
by .\mcrican I'orccs of the 37th Division, 14th Corps, and 3d ^!arine 
Division (9 min — 1948). 

A 8 The Admiralty Islands 

Landing in Feburary 1944 — Subsequent capttue of .\dmiralty Islands 
north of New Guinea by Ist Cavalry Division (\t\ miii — 1949). 

A 10 The Marianas — Part I: Saipan 

Invasion of Saipan in Marianas group in .liinr 1944 l>y 2d and 1th 
Marino Divisions and 27th Army Division — Aerial and naval bombard- 



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HRNo. 



ment — Assault on beaches and fierce battle for control of strategic 
island — Battle of 5th US Fleet vs Japanese Fleet — Aftermath of banzai 
charge — Japanese suicide stands — Successful conquest of island for use 
primarily as bomber base (22 mln — 1949). 

A-lOA The Marianas — Part II: Guam 

Landing and recapture of Guam Island in the Marianas in 1944 — 
Operation a joint Army-Navy-Marine victory (13 min — 1949). 

A-Il The Battle of Leyte 

Battle of Leyte Island — Gen MacArthur's return to the Philippines — 
Initial phases of invasion by US 10th and 24th Corps of 6th Army in 
October 1944 — Japanese Navy and supporting air arm in suicidal at- 
tempt to destroy US 3d and 7th Fleets — American ground forces advance 
despite landing of Japanese reinforcements from nearby islands — 
Japanese resistance in Ormoc sector overcome and island secured by 
Christmas 1944 (26 min— 1951). 

B-15 D-day Convoy 

Activities just prior to and including D-day — Movements of American 
troops from all parts to assembly areas at the various ports of embarka- 
tion, prior to the Normandy invasion (19 min — 1948). 

B-29 American Ninth Army — Aachen to the Roer River 

Activities of the 9th Army from Aachen to the Roer River (31 min — 
1948). 

B-30 American First Army — Aachen to the Roer River 

Advance from Aachen to the Roer River by the 1st Army — Outfits 
that took part: 1st Division, 9th Division, 28th Division, 83d Division, 
104th Division, and 3d Armored Division (29 min — 1948). 

C-1 Campaign in Sicily 

The 15th Army Group, consisting of the American 7th Army and the 
British 8th Army, and its invasion of Sicily (20 min — 1948). 

C-2 Sicily to Naples 

American and British forces, consisting of the American 6th Corps 
(of the 5th Army) and the British 10th Corps, set sail for the invasion 
of Italy — Captured German footage is included to show action on both 
sides (13 min — 1948 — Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 

C-3 Naples to Cassino 

The drive from Naples to Cassino — Battle of San Pietro and the sub- 
sequent storming of Cassino (26 min — 1948). 

C-8 Invasion of Southern France 

Invasion of southern France by the 7th Army and subsequent junction 
with the American 3d Army in northwest part of France (22 min — 1950). 

E-7 Military Pipeline System (CBI Theater) 

Achievements of American troops who built a desperately needed 
pipeline vuider extremely hazardous conditions and difficult terrain 
(23 min— 1948). 



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51. Joint Civilian Orientation Conference Film 

This film was released with neither prefix number or category 
designation. 

JCOCXo. 

Film Provide for the Comnion Defense 

Higlilights of the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference hold at The 
Pentagon (14 niin — 19o7 — Distrihiition to Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges in CONUS and overseas). 

52. Miscellaneous Films 

Misc'ollancoiis films (MF or Misc) arc films which do not conform 
completely to Department of the Army doctrine. A change has 
been made in the designation of these films from "MISC" to "MF" 
plus the appropriate numerical prefix. 

MF Xo. 

3-7867 (See page 59.) 

3-7904 through 3-7907 (See page 59.) 

3-7908 Body Armor (U) 

(8 min — 1951 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must be 
authorized by OSG— Film is clas^sified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

3-8937 Antipersonnel Biological Warfare (U) (U.S. -\rmy Chemical Corps 
Technical Film Report No. 52) 

(30 min— 1958— Color— Film is classified SECRET.) 
5-959 Alaska Highway 

Construction of 1,500 miles of Alaskan Highway — From felling the 
first tree to final completion of highway (31 min — 1944 — Color). 

5-1229 Grass and Brush Fire Fighting 

Citizens of range country communities organize as fire fighters — 
Effective methods of fire fighting with common tools (29 min — 1945 — 
Color — From Dopt. of Agriculture). 

5-1235 The Atom Strikes 

First experiments blast set off in New Mexico — Aerial views of the 
bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki — Close-ups of devastation in 
the two Japanese cities (31 min — lOK)). 

5-1322 Chemistry of Fire 

Fuel, oxygen, and ignition temperature necessary to produce fire — 
Difrerence l)etween flash point and ignition point of fuels — Two ways 
of extinguishing a fire (44 min — 1947 — From Navy Fihn MN 01-A). 

&-1344 Task Force Williwaw 

Cold weather tests of personnel and equipment in Aleutian climate 
(41 min— 1947). 

5-7646 Adding or Removing Refrigerant 

Checking domestic refrigeration system for lark of n'frigerant — 
Adding refrigerant by weigiit — Adding an unmea.sure<l amount of 
refrigerant — Removing refrigerant (17 min — 1950 — From Office of 
Education Film No. 441). 

228 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 

5-7647 Removing and Installing a Compressor or Condenser 

Disconnecting and removing; compressor in home refrigerator — 
Disconnecting stuck compressor — Removing and installing condenser 
(17 min— 1950 — From Office of Education Film No. 442). 

5-7649 Adjusting and Checl(ing the Expansion Valve 

Design and operation of bellows type automatic expansion valve — 
Adjusting, checking, and servicing bellows type valve (22 min — 1950 — 
From Office of Education Film No. 444). 

5-7651 Checking the Electrical System 

Checking and servicing overheated motor in domestic refrigerator — 
Checking stalled capacitor or repulsion and induction motor — Motor 
control disorders — Range and differential adjustments (18 min — 
1950 — From Office of Education Film No. 446). 

5-7653 Adjusting and Repairing the Thermo Expansion Valve 

Theory of multiple refrigeration system — Testing and adjusting 
thermo expansion valve — Recognizing trouble — Servicing (12 min — 
1950— From Office of Education Film No. 448). 

5-7654 Adjusting Pressure-actuated Temperature Control Devices 

Purposes of pressure-actuated temperature control devices — 
Adjusting pressure-actuated motor control (16 min — 1950 — From 
Office of Education Film No. 449). 

5-7656 Servicing Water Cooled Condensers 

Theory of counterfiow condenser — Essential elements of water- 
cooled system — Operation of electric water valve (12 min — 1950 — 
From Office of Education Film No. 451). 

5-7657 Making and Repairing Tubing Connections 

Straightening copper tubing — Working, cutting, and dressing 
copper tubing — "Sweating in" connector to cover a break (IS min — 
1950 — From Office of Education Film No. 452). 

5-7709 Hose Line Evolutions and Hose Line Equipment 

Two parts— "Hose Line Equipment" and "Methods of Handling 
the Hose" — Hoses, couplings, adapters, nozzles, and accessories 
(30 min — 1950 — Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

5-8009 Model 44-C Ditcher (Barber-Greene) 

Operation, variety of uses, and transporting of machine — Ditcher 
is capable of traveling forward or backward and of digging trenches 
18 to 24 inches wide and as deep as 8 feet — Performs efficiently and 
quickly in hard coral or soft soil (18 min — 1952— Color— Distribution 
limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

5-8221 Keep 'Em Running With Standardization 

A report on engines and engine parts, the people who maintain 

them, design them, and use them — Labor, management, and military 

aspects of standardization program — Advantages of standardization 

and interchangeability of parts (13 min— 1954— Color— Commercial 

'■' " ^ Adaptation). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 



yjF So. 
5-8275 



5-8279 



5-8567 



5-8C58 



5-8854 



5-8954 



6-7900 



7-918 



7-1297 



7-7898 



Maps for the Army 

Depicts methods used by Royal Canadian Eninnecrs to produce 
topopra]>hic maps — Shows mapping oi 4,500 square mile area in the 
Yukon (38 min— 1954— Color). 

Engineer Mission 

Acconiplihhnients in j)eace and war of the C<:trp8 of Enginorrs from 
the Revolutionary jjeriod to the post- Korean conflict (20 niin — 1954). 

Before They Happen (Fire Prevention) \ 

Dramatizes the services of fire prevention inspectors (14 min — 
1955 — Distribution to central filnj lil)rarie.s and exchanges in CON US 
and overseas — Commercial Adaptation). 

Care and Maintenance of Fire Hose 

Tyi)cs and features of hose — Met-lianiral and chemical injuries — 
How to clean, insiKJct, and store- — How to load on fire trucks — Care 
during and after fires (21 min — 1956 — Distril)ution to Central Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and OS). 

Engineers in Combat — World War II 

Engineer mission in combat — Training at Engineer School, Ft. 
Belvoir, Va. — Engineer activities during WW II in the Eurojjean 
and Pacific Theaters of Operation (24 min — 1957 — Replaces FB 
5-119 which is obsolete). 

The Big Picture — The Engineer Supply Mission 

Describes engineer tasks and mission in terms of national security — 
Tyi>es, use, and care of engineer equipnient — Use of EDPS (electronic 
data processing systems) for inventory control — Su])ply procedures — 
Purpose, accomplishments, and benefits of Engineer Standardization 
Program (29 min— 1958), 

Fire — Artillery Action in Korea 

Tanks supported by dirt ramps substituted for artillery in early 
stages of Korean conflict — Artillery later stemmed advance of com- 
munist enemy — US infantry troops supported by 105-mm howitzer — 
Information relayed from reconnaissance aircraft and observation 
l^osts to fire direction center — Fire missions cstaljlished and relayed 
to artillery batteries — Artillery supports infantry in defense and at- 
tack (14 min— 1952). 

This is The Infantry 

P'oot soldier in training and iu combat (10 mia — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

Sixth Infantry Division 

Sixth Infantry Division in op<'ratii)ns at Maflin Bay^ — Bloodiest 10 
days in the New Guinea campaign (20 miu — 1918). 

Men Against Tanks 

.■\da4)tation of Gernian army (ruiiiiuK liliu luudc during WW II — 
Methods by which infantrymen destroyed Russian T-34 tanks — 
Well trained infantry formidable oi)ponent against armor (15 miu — 
1952). 



230 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
7-8278 



7-8318 



7-8319 



7-8320 



8-1044 



8-1046 



8-1081 



8-1129 



8-1132 



8-1230 



8-1248 



Infantry Operations in Mountains 

Nature of mountain terrain and special problems of offensive and 
defensive operations — Factors include character of mountain weather 
physiological and psychological adjustment of troops to altitude, and 
difficulties in communication and command — Mobility of weapons 
affected — Air and artillery assistance and medical support expedite 
operations (38 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Machine Gun Clinometer M1917 

Characteristics and application of machine gun clinometer M1917 
(7 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Position and Grip, Machine Gun M1919A6 on M2 Tripod 

Cal .30 light machine gun M1919A6 on M2 tripod is used to demon- 
strate the correct position and grip required to fire the weapon safely 
and effectively (3 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Headspace Adjustment Machine Gun, Cal .30 

Showing how to place the correct headspace adjustment on the 
Browning machine gun, cal .30 (4 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Air Operation, Lae and Salamaua 

Ground and air operations in Lae, Salamaua section. New Guinea — 
Evacuation of wounded — Americans relieving Aussies — Difficult 
terrain — Concentrated air power — Planning for and attack with 
B-26's (32 min — 1944 — Requires special authorization for distribu- 
tion — From Air Force Film AFC 410). 

Silent Battle 

Malaria — A study of the disease and its carrier, the mosquito — 
Habits of mosquito — Control (46 min — 1944 — Film Reference — 
From Australian Film AC 3). 

Rehabilitation in the European Theater of Operations 

Reconditioning of patients in the ETC — Complete program of 
rehabilitation from time patient enters hospital until he is able to 
join his old fighting unit (29 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Diary of a Sergeant 

Sgt Russell, who lost both hands in the service of the US on D-day, 
rehabilitated in army hospital — Progress and spirit representative of 
medical advances made in such cases (23 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Behind the Shop Drawing 

Importance of drawings for industrial production — Isometric, 
orthographic projection, perspective and cross-sectional drawings — 
Indicating dimensions and specifications (16 min — 1945 — Distribu- 
tion to CONUS only— From Navy FUm MN 37). 

Schistosomiasis (Snail Fever) 

Cause and preventive measures of this tropical disease (10 min — 
1945). 

Plague Control 

Problems created by plague — Types, carriers, and characteristics 
of the disease — Control and preventive measures — Programs for 
rodent and flea control — Preventive measures among troops and 

231 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 

civilian population (22 niin — 1940 — Color — Film Reference — From 
Navy Film MN 4049). 

8-1249 The Sky is the Limit 

Rehabilitation i)haso8 of above-the-knee amputee — Walking tech- 
nique for individuals with two normal lower extrenilties and for a 
unilateral AK amputee — Potential capabilities of patient (12 min — 
1946 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

8-1254 Half a Chance 

Orthopedic rehabilitation — Successful rehabilitation of Lt Bert 
R. Shepard, USAF — Assisting amputees in personal psychological 
adjustments (11 min — 1946 — Film Reference). 

8-1343 Principles of Refrigeration 

Physics of heat transfer — Refrigeration as method of heat transfer — 
Compression and absorption system (20 min — 1947 — From Office of 
Education Film No. 360). 

8-1383 Quality Milk Production 

Production of quality milk — Feeding and .sanitation — Cleanliness 
(33 min — 1947 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to ZI — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

8-7897 The Medical Effects of Nuclear Radiation 

Defense against atomic weapons — Analogy of effects of sun bathing 
on the body to demon.strate effects of nuclear radiation — Nature and 
potency of gamma, alpha, and beta particles — Physical symptoms fol- 
lowing bodily exposure — Medical destructivene.ss of atomic bUu>t.8 — 
Atomic bomb's total destructiveness — Limits of atomic bursts (21 
min — 1952 — Color — Film Reference). 

8-7996 Artificial Respiration — The Back-Pressure Arm-Lift Method 

Techniques employed in administering artificial respiration by means 
of the back-pressure arm-lift method— Importance of starting sjieedily 
and maintaining steady rhythmic continuous action — Three alternate 
methods of artificial respiration (17 min — 1963 — Film Reference — 

From Navy Film MF 7484). 

&-8149 Fire and Your Hospital 

Fire safety problems in hospitals — Fire hazards — Basic precautions 
to prevent disaster — Need for fire safety programs — Developing an 
efficient jilan — How each department reacts to a fire alarm — Saving 
patients — Reducing si)rcad of fire (23 min — 1953- Film Reference 
Distribution limited to CONUS — Commercial Adaptation). 

8-8212 Aeromcdical Evacuation 

Military air transport service has the responsibility of returning from 
overseas wounded military i)ersonnei to hospital.^ in CONl'S - Descrip- 
tion of each i)ha.se of aeromedical evacuation ojjcrations — Inbound and 
outbound movements (38 min — 1964 — From .Mr Force Film TF 
1-4833). 
8-8222 Labor and Childbirth 

Story of ft yoimg cotiplo expecting their first child — Before and 
during labor, delivery, and po^t partum period in the hospital (17 
min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

232 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 

8-8229 Insect Repellent — I 

Proper clothing and use of insect repellent to ward oflF disease- 
carrying mosquito (4 min — 1955). 

8-8230 Insect Repellent — II 

Importance of proper clothing and use of insect repellent to ward ofif 
scrub-typhus fever (4 min — 1955). 

8-8231 Insect Repellent— III 

Use of insect repellent to prevent contracting sleeping sickness, a 
mosquito-borne disease (4 min — 1954). 

8-8232 Native Food Hazards— Part I 

Dangers of eating native (foreign) foods (3 min — 1954). 
8-8233 Native Food Hazards— Part II 

Typical foods illustrate the presence of disease-carrying bugs in 
native (foreign) foods (3 min — 1954). 

8-8234 Native Food Hazards— Part III 

Dangers of eating native (foreign) foods (3 min — 1964). 
8-8235 Frostbite— I 

Dangers of frostbite — Necessary precautions to safeguard health of 
feet and ward off frostbite during cold weather operations (5 min — 
1955). 

8-8236 Frostbite— 11 

Responsibility of soldier during cold weather operations to prevent 
' • cold injury to ears, nose, and fingers (5 min — 1955). 

8-8237 Mess Sanitation — Part I 

Proper garbage disposal facilities prevent spread of dysentery germ 

(4 min— 1954). 

8-8238 Mess Sanitation — Part II , ., 

Importance of cleanliness before and after eating (4 min — 1954), 
8-8239 Mess Sanitation — Part III 

Proper care of mess kits before and after chow will prevent dysentery 
(5 min— 1954). 

8-8240 Bednetting— Part I 

Dangers and control of mosquito-borne diseases to soldiers in the 
field (5 min— 1954). 

8-8241 Bednetting— Part II 

Proper use of bednetting and insect rei>ellents to ward off disease 
carrying mosquitoes (5 min — 1954). 

8-8379 Prenatal Care 

Portrays three women in normal pregnancy through the 9-month 
period — Recommended exercise, clothing, diet, and reportable symp- 
toms are presented (23 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 

8-8380 Postnatal Care 

Shows the mother in her hospital room exercising, caring for, and 
nursing her baby — Diagrams show how the mother's body returns to 
normal (12 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

233 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF Xo. 
8-8381 



8-8564 



8-8663 



8-8664 



8-8665 



8-8675 



8-8791 



8-8932 



9-1089 



»-1090 



A Normal Birth 

I'ilni >lio\vs the birth of a cliild, from the time the mother enters the 
delivery room until slie leaves it (12 niin — 1958 — Commercial Adapta- 
tion). 

Nurses in the Army 

Pictorial report of the great service i)erformcd by the Army nurse, 
both in war and peace — Hardsliips and dangers .<he faced during 
WW II and tlic Korean War (27 niin — 1955 — Distribution primarily 
to central film libraries and exchanges). 

Baby Meets His Parents 

P'ilni shoNws how per:=onalities are influenced by heredity, human 
relationships, and environmental factors (11 min — 1958 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

Heredity and Prenatal Development 

Gives c\i)Iai)alion of chromosomes and genes in determining sex and 
in transmitting physical and mental traits to olfspring — Modification 
of these traits by training and environmcnl— Traces the development 
of the fetus until delivery (21 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Human Growth 

Traces human growth for mating through the adult form--Emi)ha- 
sizes differences in male and female structural development (19 min — 
1958 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

Organized Mosquito Control 

Control mea.sures used for major breeding areas, in urban areas and 
in individual homes — Stress on value in prevention of disease (15 miu — 
195G — Color — Distribution to central lilm and ccpiipment exchanges in 
CONUS and major oversea commands for Medical Service personnel — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Behavior of Wild Norway Rats 

Manual abilities and modification of surroundings, maturation into 
adult society, territorial defense and sexual behavior (28 min — 1957). 

Rabies Control in the Community ,,-.., 

Describes how rabies is introduced in the community, how it effects 

animals and humans, and how it can be eliminated from the com- 
munity — Rofiniremcnts for implementing an effective rabies control 
program arc outlined — Kffective control program must have hiu'kingof 
the public (12 mm — 19'}8 — Distributi<m to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS, USAKEUH, and EUSA — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

The Diesel Engine 

Ignition by compression — Basic <lies<'l engine tyiHJS — Forms of air 
headers and fuel injoctors — Diesel types usc<i in subntariues (29 min — 
1944— From Navy Eilm MN 42-A). 

Construction of the Diesel Engines 

tJeneral structure of sevcnil typ<'fl «if dies<'l enclitics - i )ilV(rriii fnimi' 
types, cylinder parts, pistons, piston rings, connecting rods, crank- 



234 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



shafts, bearing, camshafts, and rocker assemblies (17 min — 1945 — 
From Navy Film MN 43). 

9-1091 Diesel Engine Governors 

Operation of governors — OverspKjed, overspeed trip, and regulating 
governors (14 min — 1944 — From Navy Film MN 44- A). 

9-1157 Inside of Arc Welding — Parti: Fundamentals 

Correct and incorrect methods of striking en arc — Quality of weld 
affected by length of arc — Angle of electrode — Combination of voltage 
and amperage — Speed of travel (11 min — 1945 — Color — Distribution 
limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-1158 Inside of Arc Welding— Part II: Flat Position 

Flat position electric welds — Effects of changing cuirent, electrode 
angle, speed of making weld, and arc length (11 min — 1945 — Color — 
Distribution to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-1159 Inside of Arc Welding— Part III: Horizontal Position 

Horizontal position welds — Effects of changing current, setting, 
electrode angle, speed of making weld, and arc length (11 min — 1945 — 
Color — Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Ada-ptation) . 

9-1160 Inside of Arc Welding— Part IV: Alternating Current in Flat and 
Horizontal Positions 

Advantages of alternating current in reducing arc blow — Making 
flat and groove welds in both flat and horizontal positions (11 min — 
1945 — Color — Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-1161 Inside of Arc Welding— Part V: Vertical Position 

Vertical and groove welds — Importance of current setting, electrode 
angle, arc length, and speed of travel (11 min — 1945 — Color — Distribu- 
tion limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-1162 Inside of Arc Welding— Part VI: Overhead Position 

Overhead weld — Four factors contributing to quality of a weld — 
Techniques for making overhead, fillet, and groove welds (11 min — 
1945 — Color — Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-1199 Let's Look at Ordnance 

Role of ordnance troops — Ingenuity in devising ways and means to 
provide full-scale maintenance operations (20 min — 1945 — Film 
Reference). 

9-1255 Ordnance Service in an Oversea Theater 

Operation of the ordnance service in China-Burma-India Theater 
(37 min— 1946). 

9-1286 Defense of Antwerp Against the V-1 

Antwerp from the time of its capture by Nazis to its liberation by 
allied forces — Subsequent battering by the V-1 bomb — Port saved by 
American and allied gunners, using a shifting defense strategy known 
as Antwerp X (21 min— 1947). 

9-1330 The German A-4 Rocket. Operation Backfire (U) 

(40 min— 1948— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 



235 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF .Vo. 
»-1360 



9-7501 



9-7890 



9-7891 



9^7892 



^ 9-7940 



a-8139 



9-8140 



9-8175 



9-8191 



9-8260 



Task Force Frigid 

Cold wcathor test of personnel and equipment in Alaska at —GO" 
F (37 min— 1948). 

Machine Shop Work — Bench Work — Scraping Flat Surfaces 

OiK'rations, methods, and procedures cmpl;>yed in hand scraping 
flat surfaces — Five common forms of hand scrapers (14 min — 1954 — 
From Oflice of Education Film No. 35). 

Physical Facilities 

The four essential steps in organizing physical facilities for a new 
enterprise (11 min— 1952 — Distribution limitrd to ZI). 

Materials Control 

Three materials control functions of management descrilx;d (11 
min — 1952 — Distribution limited to ZI). 

Internal Organization 

Fundamental purposes and basic pnnciples of business organiza- 
tion — Several organization types discussed (12 mm — 1952 — Distri- 
bution limited to ZI). 

The Great Gun 

Complete mobility and ease of operation of 2S0-mm gun — Technical 
superiority over convential field artillery pieces (12 min — 1952 — 
Distribution limited to central film libraries in ZI). 

Corporal (U) 

(15 min — 1952 — Color — Distribution limited to .\rmy Service 
Schools training in Atomic Warfare and CFL's in CONUS— Film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Project Honest John Field Test First Phase (U) 

(11 min — 1952 — Color — Distribution limited to .\rmy Service 
Schools training in .\tomic Warfare and CF <fe EE's in CONUS — Film 
is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

NIKE System Test (U) 

(13 min — 1953 — Color — Distribution limited to Central Film and 
Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and certain .\rtillery and Guided 
Missiles organizations specified by higher authority — This film is 
classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

White Sands Proving Ground 

Used as a testing range for armed services for guided missiles re- 
search — Typical engineering evaluation of NIKE — Rect)rding and 
evaluating test data — Camoullage teohuiques for guided midsile 
insUiUation v22 min — 1953 — Color). 

Project Stalk 

Research study of M43, M47, M47i:i, T -llE^, and M48 tanks at 
Camp Irwin to dctcrniine time reipiired by American tank to hit a 
target— Tests included truitiiiig, pnujlicr, and liriiig at teat coufiu (17 
min— 1954). 



236 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 

9-8335 Machine Shop Work — Operations on the Lathe — Turning a Taper 
with the Tailstock Set Over 

Calculating tailstock ofFs-'et for cutting tapers — OfTsottiiig the tail- 
stock — Turning a tai)er with the tailstock set over ^18 min — 1954 — 
Commercial Adaptation) . 

9-8336 Machine Shop Work — Basic Machines — The Shaper 

Functions, characteristics, and fundamentals of operation of the 
shaper (15 min — 1954— From US Office of Education Film No. 70). 

9-8338 Machine Shop Work— Bench Work— Cutting Threads With Taps] 
and Dies 

Methods, operations, and procedures employed in cutting small 
threads — Cutting external threads with hand dies and internal 
threads with hand taps (19 min — 1954 — From US Office of Education 
Film No. 34). 

9-8339 Machine Shop Work — Bench Work— Reaming with Straight Hand 
Reamers 

Operations, methods, and procedures employed in reaming with 
staight hand reamers (20 min — 1954 — From US Office of Education 
Film No. 37). 

9-8428 Motor Mania 

Showing how a driver can forget how he acts as a pedestrian when 
he is behind the wheel (8 min — 1955 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-8550 Safety of Welders (Use of Welding Protective Equipment) 

Use of protective clothing and equipment to prevent eye injuries, 
skin burns, and metal fume poisoning (7 min — 1955 — Distribution 
to central film and equipment exchanges in CON US and Transporta- 
tion Command — From Navy Film MN 1921G). 

9-8569 How Not to Conduct a Meeting 

Common errors and omissions encountered in poorly planned 
meetings — Typical faults depicted: poor acoustics, poor ventilation, 
interruptions, and inadequate planning (10 min — 1955 — Distribution 
to central film libraries in CON US — Commercial Adaptation). 

9-8704 White Sands Proving Ground — Report No. 3 Search into Space 

Operation of electronic and optical instrumentation used by Flight 
Determination Laboratory to observe, record, and evaluate missile 
flight test data (21 min— 1956— Color). 

9-8705 White Sands Proving Ground— Eyes of The Range Film Report— I 

Mission of Systems Engineering Branch at Ilolloman Air Research 
Center — Research and development activities on current missile test 
instrumentation (21 min — 1956 — Color). 

10-1168 Railroaders Always 

Railroads in war — American railroad men and tlie most efficient 
railroad service in the world (18 min — 1945). 

10-1317 Decision 

Four choices of disposition of remains next of kin may nmke — 
Permanent burial in either a private or military cemetery overseas — 



237 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF Xo. 

Return to l.S for burial in Hthrr privat«» or national cemptery — Army's 
method to determine which family meml>er is the legal next of kin 
(IG min— l'J47 — Di.stribiition limited to ZI only). 

10-1337 Exercise Musk Ox 

Canadian Army expedition from Cliurchill to Copix?rniine, on to 
Port Norman, and down Ala>;kan Highway — Kqiiipmont and prepara- 
tions for trij) — Dilficultie.s encountered — H<;avy demands on fuel 
supplies — Summary of results (58 min — l'J47 — From liritish Film 
C 4533). 

10-1339 Food for Thought 

Statistical comparison of food consumption by average American 
soldier and average European — Food lo.ss — Conservation (5 min — 
1948— Film Reference— Also included in AFSR 88). 

10-1362 Fundamentals of Diet 

Functional classification of food — Examples of food in each clas- 
sification — Results of deficient diet (11 min — 1947 — Film Reference — 
Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

10-1363 Principles of Cooking 

Fundamentals — Boiling, frying, broiling, roasting, and steam 
cookery — Changing food properties by application of heat — Nutritive 
value-^ and palatability — Changes in starches and meat when heat 
is applied (11 min — 1947 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to 
ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

10-1377 Tremendous Trifles — Coffee Urns 

Correct and incorrect methods of brewing coffee — Importance of 
coffee to success of commercial restaurant (24 min — -1948— Film 
Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

10-7527 Mechanical Refrigeration and How It Works 

Mechanical operation of refrigeration plants — Basic laws of phys- 
ics — Step-by-step description of refrigeration in law of heat flow, 
evaporation, and condensation — Use of various refiigcrants — .\d- 
vantages and disadvantages— How latent heat is used to bring about 
a cooling process (23 min — 1948 — From Navy ¥\\m MN 2246-A). 

10-7578 Maintenance of Fixed Laundry Equipment 

Maintenance factors — Records to determine efficiency, proper 
periodic cliecking of e{iuipnieiit, and slocking si)are ])arts— Regular 
lubrication, cleaning, inspection, and a<ljustment of equipment (8 
min — 1949 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

10-7582 Materials Handling of Unit Loads 

Advantages of using pallets, skitis, trailers, anil similar equip»nont 
for moving and stacking various types of materials (11 min — 1940 — 
Film Reference). 

10-7842 Operation Airborne 

Advantage of C-124 (Globemaster) as cargo hauler — Loading of 
pallet-train method — Cargo space — Auxiliary floor permitting pns- 



238 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



10-7937 



10-7941 



10-7942 



10-7943 



10-8451 



10-8452 



10-8453 



10-8501 



10-8551 



senger transport even when plane is cargo-loaded — Carrying capacity, 
troop, and cargo — Troop safety factor (22 niji — 1951 — Film Refer- 
ence—Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

Quartermaster at Work 

Responsibilities of the Quartermaster Corps in maintaining the life 
line of the fighting strength by supplying the army with food, clothing, 
fuel, and fighting equipment — Importance of aerial supply opera- 
tions — EfTectiveness of delivery of supplies by airdrop (19 min — 
1952— Film Reference). 

Battlefield Evacuation of Deceased Personnel 

Instructing graves registration personnel in techniques of search, 
recovery, identification, and evacuation of deceased personnel on the 
battlefield — Efficiency, dignity, and respect in all stages of the work 
(8 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Processing of Remains and Interment in Temporary Military 
Cemeteries 

Procedures followed by graves registration personnel in processing 
of remains and interment in temporary military cemeteries — Methods 
of identifying remains — Importance of careful recording of identifica- 
tion data — Proper disposition of personal effects — Respectful military 
burial service befitting those who died on the field of battle (9 min — 
1953— Film Reference). 

Search and Recovery of Deceased Personnel 

Instructing graves registration personnel in techniques of search^ 
recovery, and identification of deceased personnel on the battlefield — 
These solemn responsibilities are carried out with care, dignity, and 
respect to our honored dead (7 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Care of Tentage 

Carrying tent — Removing tent from cover — Handling and storing 
cover — Preparing tent site — Pitching, inspecting, and adjusting tent — 
Striking, folding, and storing (8 min — 1955). 

The QM Field Laundry 

Various phases of QM field laundry operation- 
laundry site — Laundering process (9 min — 1955). 



-Requirements for 



Mobile Field Refrigeration 

Characteristics and application of the Brown Model QST-120 
mobile field refrigeration unit — Capable of carrying 7}^ tons of perish- 
able supplies — Operation of components of the unit — Proper loading 
methods (11 min — 1955). 

QM Operation in Europe 

Mission, responsibilities, and activities of the Army Quartermaster 
Corps in Europe (27 min — 1955). 

Meat Cutting By Rail Method 

Shows the step-by-stcp procedure for cutting a hindquarter of beef 
using rail method — Advantages over table method (15 min — 1956). 



239 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
10-8720 



10-8722 



10-8724 



10-8726 



10-8727 



10-8878 



11-1001 



11-1006 



11-1016 



11-1032 



Self Service Supply Center 

Now Army Supply concept of the "Self Service Supply Center" — 
Operation of the center — Advantages of new system over old (24 
niin — 1957 — Film References). 

Site Selection and Movement of Quartermaster Non-Divisional 
Units 

Elements considered in site selection, timely movement, and 
efficient supply operations — overall operational and defense plans 
(24 min — 1957— Film Reference). 

Recovery of Quarterma.ster Air Type Equipment 

Recovery and maintenance of Yt ton truck, A-22 Aerial Delivery 
Container with 1-ton load, A-7A Aerial Delivery Container with 
500-lb load; and 6,000-lb load-bearing platform (21 min— 1957— 

Film Reference). 

Quartermaster Inspection and Maintenance of Air Type Equipment ; 

Relative to T-10 and T-7A Parachutes inspection, and rigger 
check by parachutists, inspection by jumpmaster, Shake-out, inspec- 
tion before repack, repair and inspection at maintenance shop (19 
min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Extraction of Heavy Equipment from Aircraft in Flight 

Components of aerial delivery kit; rigging procedures; how loa<I 
is extracted from aircraft (17 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Classification of Quartermaster Property 

Explains classification system — Seven categories are defined: 
A-New; CS-Combat Serviceable; C-Unserviceable Repairable; D- 
Cnscrviceablc Unrepairable; X-Secondary Purpose; l'C~rnfia.ssified; 
U-Unidentified (7 min— 1958— Replaces MF 10-8450 which is 
obsolete). 

At the Front in North Africa 

History of the African campaign, WW II — Story of a tank convoy 
from the day it lands until it engages the Nazis — African scenery — 
Arabs and natives in coastal cities (79 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Report from the Aleutians 

Americans soldiers in the battle of the Aleutians — American airmen 
drop bomb loads on Kiska and Japanese installations (40 min — 
1943— Color). 

The Cathode-ray Oscilloscope 

Purpose and general principles of operation of the cathode-ray 
oscilloscope — Operating chocks (24 min — 1944 — Film Referenc*' — 
From Navy Film MN 2104-B). 

Photo Flash Photography — How It Works 

Two principal types of camera shutters — Betwccn-the-le:is and 
focal plane — Charactt'ristics of flash lamp required by each — OiK-ra- 
tion of synchronizer — Special flaslilight for speed, color, daylight, 
and infrared photography — Importance of rofiector— Care and 
maintc^nancc of equipment (27 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 



240 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 

11-1086 Radar Jamming 

Typos of intorforence patterns — Jamming originatinp; from ships 
at soa, land-basod stations, or aircraft — Distinguishing jamming 
from rognlar patterns — Countermeasures (31 min — 1944). 

11-1087 Radio Technician Training Series — Capacitance 

Flow of electrons through a circuit — Charging and discharging a 
capacitor — Variations of charge on a capacitor in relation to tim», — 
Behavior of capacitance with alternating current (31 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference — From Navy Film MN loiO-A). 

11-1088 Radio Technician Training Series — Parts I and II: Inductance 

Reaction of magnetic force around ^ a coil — Self-inductance — 
Increasing inductance of a coil (34 min — 1944 — Film Reference — From 
Navy Film MN 154(>-B). 

11-1151 Sonic Deception (U) 

(29 min — 1945 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must 
be authorized by OCSigO— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

11-1231 Pro Patria Vigilans (Training and Operation of Signal Corps Units 
in WW II) 

I.,, Functions and activities of the Signal Corps in WW II — Important 

achievements — Signal Corps participation in all phases of warfare — 
Submarine cables, teletypewriter, telephone carrier service, motion 
picture production and distribution — Recent developments in radar 
(22 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

11-1331 Exercise Polar Bear 

Canadian, British, and US observers move into remote regions, 
solving new supply and transportation problems — Working out 
tactical maneuvers — I'^se of snowmobiles — Cooperation of the Royal 
Canadian Air Force (71 min — 1947 — Film Reference). 

11-1332 Exercise Eskimo 

Effects of extreme cold and snow on a combined military exercise 
in Northern Canada during the winter of 1944-45 — Influence of 
weather extremes on operating effectiveness of men, equipment, 
supplies, mobility, communication, maintenance, and other phases 
of military tactics — Force Eskimo advances to take objective and 
then makes retrograde movement to initial point of departure (61 
min— 1947). 

11-7710 Science and the Signal Corps 

Importance of the Signal Corps' mission in modern war — Research 
and development laboratories originate and perfect both equipment 
and techniques — Phases of engineering work — Basic research — 
Efforts to integrate wire and radio — Simplification of equipment — 
Development of new equipment — Intensive testing of equipment 
and techniques (19 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

11-7754 Facts About Film 

Physical makeup of motion picture film — Mechanics of projector — 
Proper treading — Examples of film scratches, cinch marks, and image 
jumping — Care in use of film in projector — Proper splicing (10 min — 
1951 — Commercial Adaptation). 

49459a'— 59 16 241 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF A'o. 
11-7803 Your Job in the Signal Corps 

Role of communications in keeping US Army an integrated unit 
during WW II — Signal Corps job todaj — Planning and devising new 
communications systems — Science and engineering — Meteon»logy — 
Radar — Training of ofTicer and enlisted jx'rsonnel — Industrial Mobili- 
zation Program — Handling of contracts by Signal Corps Procurement 
Agencj' — Storage and distribution of Signal equipment and supplied 
by signal depots — Responsibility of Signal Corps for communications 
in Alaska — Functions of Army Pictorial Service — Operation of Signal 
Corps Pictorial Center — Importance of communications for future 
(20 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

11-7883 Operation Inchon 

Amphibious landings on Korean west coast — Main supply lines of 
communists cut off— South Korean capital Seoul freed — Enemy 
resistance shattered — Participation of all services (18 uiin — 1952). 

11-7889 Basic Portraiture Lighting 

Four fundamental lighting positions used in photographic portrai- 
ture — Armed forces portraiture — Newsreel technique (13 min — 1951). 

11-7899 Operation Carpetbagger (U) 

(16 min — 1951 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must 
be authorized by OCSigO— Film is classified SECRET). 

11-7915 Preventive Maintenance of Signal Equipment for Commanders 

Values, methods, and procedures of efficient signal communication 
operation — Utilizing echelon checklists — FITCAL, intelligent key to 
eflFective maintenance (15 min — 1952). 

11-8054 The Step by Step Switch— 197-type Selector (Parts 1, 2, and 3) 

Part 1 — Importance, complexity, and cost of switching cquipnient — 
Illustrates path of a call — Importance of maintenance practices. 

Part 2 — Mechanical functioning under various conditions of adjust- 
ment. 

Part 3 — Circuit operation during vertical and rotary stepping (69 
min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 

11-8208 Drop Wire Runs— Part I 

Purpose of drop wire runs — Importance of using standard procedures 
in installation and maintenance — Frequent causes of drop ^^^re 
failure — Effect of sag on tension (16 min — 1954 — Commercial 
Adajitation). 
11-8209 Drop Wire Runs— Part II 

Installation of droj) wire from house to terminal jiole with no inter- 
ference — Installation of drop wire from house to span clamp with 
tree interference — Installation of drop wire from house to terminal 
pole across street with no interference — Installation of drop wire from 
house to pole on rear lot property line then to terminal pole one span 
away with problems of garages, fences, and gardens (30 min — 1954 — 
Commercial Adaj)tation). 

11-8210 "T" Zone Inspection 

Purpose, value, and nietliod of making iu.spections of cable adjacent 
to terniinals (the tniuble or "T" zone) - Common causes of cable 

242 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



failure and how to detect, report, repair, and prevent such damage — 
JSources of trouble in aerial and block caljles (18 niin — 1954— Color — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

11-8378 A A Defense System AN/GSG-2 (U) 

(33 min — 1954 — Distribution limited to film libraries at certain 
Class II installation?— Film is classified SECRET). 

11-8399 Electronic Counfermeasures Airborne Signal Analyzing Equipment 
AN/APA-74 (U) 

(22 min— 1954— Limited distribution to F<feEE, Ft Moniiioufh, NJ 
M/F Use by: The Signal School; F&EE, Ft Huachuca, Ariz. M F 
Use by: Army Electronic Proving Grounds — From Navy Film MN 
7897- .\— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

11-8634 Origins of the Motion Picture 

Traces development of motion picture photography and projection — 
From cave drawings to Edison's recording and projection maciiiues 
(21 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 8103). ^ ^ 

11-8674 Engineer and Standards Program — Experimental Rating Film No. 1 

Work Space studies of 3 operations — .\ssembling sheets, working 
adding machines, and posting cards (10 min — Silent 16 FPS — 1956). 

11-8703 Engineer and Standards Program — Experimental Rating Film No. 2 

Work pace studies of two operations — Testing bulbs and loading 
. T.-.ii [ - cards (5 min— Silent 16 FPS^19o6). 

11-8842 Security and You 

Aimed at personnel concerned with classified projects^Stresscs 
importance of human reliability for national security (18 min — 1957 — 
Color — From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project Film — .\FSWP 
Film 30-55-56 — Limited number of prints distributed to installations 
specified by OCSigO). 

11-8923 Missile Master— AN/FSG-1 Antiaircraft Defense System— En i- 
neering Report No. 9627 

Film cxplaiiis the role and operation of the Army's Missile Master 
System- — Designed to function as the communications and intelligence 
center of our AA defense system — NIKE practice alert witii and 
without Missile Master— Emphasizes that it is capable of operating 
independently and with other weapons as well as NIKE (13 min — 
1958 — Color — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS— USA Signal Air Defense Engineering Agency (9584)). 

1 1-8924 Signals for Missiles 

Scope and comjjlexity of U.S. Army Signal .Agency operations in 
guided missile research and development — Equipment, methods, and 
procedures used with missile control and flight tests, test analysis, antl 
missile geophysics (20 min — 1958 — Color — Limited number of prints 
distributed to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges). 

12-7841 Recreation Center Operation 

.Activities at a typical recreation center in US — Outdoor and indoor 
games, boating trips, fishing parties, nursery and cliildrcn's service — 
Dancing and social activities— Supply economy in handling si)ecial 
services equipment (13 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

243 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 
12-7936 The Soldier at Leisure 

Discusses the nonathletic leisure program designed by Army Ser>'ice 
Clubs to stimulate the interest of servicemen (14 min — 1952 — Film 
Reference). 

12-7944 Army Records Administration 

Proper maintenance, utilization, preservation, retirement, and 
disposal of all types of record material — Duties and responsibilities 
of records administration (23 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

12-8151 It's Your Future 

Recniitment film made for the purpose of encouraging re-enlistment 
of soldiers (15 min — 1953). 

12-8201 A Look Ahead 

Surveying the opportunities and advantages of the army &s a 
career — To be shown only to soldiers whose enlistments are about to 
expire — A means of encouraging their re-enlistment (27 min — 1954). 

12-8669 90 Day Wondering (Re-enlistment) 

Designed to encourage re-enlistment in the Army — Draws a com- 
parison of advantages of military service over civilian life (9 min — 
1956— Color). 

12-8732 The Army Dental Service (For Recruiting Dental Personnel) 

Advantages of the service from professional and personal aspects — 
Clinical, laboratory, research, and teaching activities (26 min — 1957 — 
Color). 

12-8733 Army Residency Program (Recruiting) 

Designed for recruiting doctors — Features and facilities of program — 
How it develops a broader professional scope (22 min — 1956 — Distribu- 
tion to each Army Headquarters in CON US). 

12-8765 Your Bright Tomorrow (Recruiting — Women Army Medical Special- 
ists) 
Designed to attract women college graduates to train as dieticians, 
physical therapists and occupational therapists — Emphasizes pro- 
fessional and personal advantages of service in these occupational 
fields (20 min— 1957— Color— Distribution to CONUS AF & EEs). 
12-8766 Executive Wanted (Recruitment of WAC Officers) 

Designed to attract women college graduates into Service as WAC 
officers — Describes advantages of an "executive" career in the Service 
(24min— 1957— Color). 
12-8767 Harry's Hat Hangs High 

Aimed at NCUs — FundamentaLs and value of NCO leadership — 
Role of NCOs in training and keeping men in the army (21 min — 
1957— Color). 
16-1346 The First Easter 

Easter narrative taken from the Gospels (22 iiiiii — 1947— Distribu- 
tion limited to oversea commands — ComincrfiHl Adiiptjition). 
16-1347 Where Love Is. God Is 

Tolstoy's story of cobi)ler who turned ngjiiiist his roligion and his 
friends in bitterness over death of his child — The Bible as the solution 

244 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



16-1348 



16-1349 



16-1353 



16-1354 



16-1355 



16-1357 



16-1358 



16-7542 



16-7543 



to the problem (33 niin — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea 
commands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Life of St. Paul 

The Road to Damascus (12 niin) — The way of salvation (25 min) — 
Faith triumphant (22 min) — Grace of forgiveness (27 min) — Crown 
of righteousness (24 min) — Series of film on life of St. Paul as recorded 
in Book of Acts and St Paul's Epistles (110 min — 1947 — Distribution 
limited to oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

2,000 Years Ago 

The day's work (21 min)— The home (19 jnin— The school (IG 
min) — The synagogue (22 min) — The travelers (22 min) — Results of 
research, including that of rabbinical scholars, on religious practice 
of the day — Recreating life in Palestine as it was in time of Christ 
(100 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

Of These My People 

Outstanding contributions made by Jews in America from 1654 
to mid twentieth century — Commentary by Alfred Hayes, noted 
American poet (20 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea com- 
mands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Camps of the Dead 

Atrocities committed in German concentration camps at Buchen- 
wald, Dachau, Belsen, and other places — French and Allied camera- 
men's pictorial record (20 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea 
commands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

The Eternal Gift 

The solemn High Mass — Narration by eminent Bishop Fulton J. 
Sheen — Background of 125 cathedral choristers, 50 Gregorian chanters, 
and over 1,500 in support (86 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to 
oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

Perpetual Sacrifice 

Exposition of Mass — Sacrifice of Mass (77 min — 1947 — Distribu- 
tion limited to oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

St. Francis of Assisi 

Life of St. Francis (83 min — 1947 — Distribution limited to oversea 
commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

God of Creating 

Sermon from science — Hand of God in nature — Trip into space — 
Metamorphosis of a caterpillar — Pollination — Photosynthesis — God 
the Creator (41 min — 1949 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Sup- 
plementary distribution). 

God of the Atom 

Fundamentals of atomic energy — Its application and research in 
military and scientific world — Operation Crossroads — Testimony of 
Lawrence Johnston, atomic physicist, and Commander Miller, 
USN — Return to religion in this critical atomic age (39 min — 1949 — 
Color — Commercial Adaptation) . 



245 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
1&-7544 



l«-7657 



16-7558 



16-7559 



16-7679 



1(^-7680 



16-7681 



lfr-7682 



16-7683 



16 7684 



Voice or the Deep 

Sonic research refutes scientific theory of "silent deep" — Revelation 
of underwater sound and color challenge to agnosticism (30 min — 
1949 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution) . 

". . . And Forbid Them Not" 

Combination of two Bible stories based on Matthew 18:1-6 and 
Mark 10:13-16 (11 min — 1949 — Distribution limited to oversea 
commands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Daniel in the Lion's Den 

Story of Daniel as found in Daniel 6 (17 min — 1949 — Distribution 
limited to oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Raising of Lazarus 

Biblical account from John 11 of resurrection of Lazarus from the 
dead (13 min — 1949 — Distribution limited to oversea commands 
only — Commercial Adaptation). 

Creating, According to Genesis 

A pictorial narration, with symphonic and choral music, of the first 
chapter of Genesis, King James version (10 min — Color — 1950 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and overseas for loan to the 
Chaplain Corps). 

Brotherhood of Man 

Fundamental variations between races — Color cartoon (11 min — 
1950 — Color — Distribution limited to oversea commands — Commer- 
cial Adaptation), 

Stephen, The First Christian Martyr 

Persecutions of early Church apostles and leaders — Trial of 
Stephen — Effect of Stephen's forgiving attitude on Saul and the others 
who stoned him (25 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and major oversea commands for 
use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary 
distribution). 

The Calling of Matthew 

Matthew the despised follows Jesus — Story as recorded in Gospel of 
St Mark 2:13-17 (28 min — 1950— Distribution liniitod lo ovrrsoa 
commands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

A Stranger at the Door 

Teenage refugee overcomes prejudice in the New World and gains 
new friends — Faith in mankind and trust in God (21 min — 1950 — 
Distribution limited to oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

Templed Hills 

The Doxology for audience participation — Congregational hymn 
"Come Thou Almighty King" — Twenty-third Psabn, the Lord's 
Prayer — Illustrated inspirational message (25 min — 1950 — Color — 
Distribution limited to ovorsoa commands — Commercial Adaptation). 



246 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF Xo. 
16^7685 



16-7686 



16-7687 



16-7808 



16^7809 



16-7810 



16-7812 



16^7851 



16-7859 



16-7860 



16-7861 



The Flag Speaks 

History of our flag — The freedoms represented by the American 
flag — Display and care of the flag (20 niin — 1950 — Color — Distribu- 
tion limited to oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

Dust or Destiny 

Wonders of human body — Functions — Eyes, ears, heart, and hands 
compared with mechanical and electrical counterparts — Wonders of 
animal kingdom — Facts of plant life — Sermonized summary — God's 
plan (43 min — 1950 — Color — Distribution limited to oversea com- 
mands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Barabbas the Robber 

Barabbas and three followers are aroused by reception given Jesus 
on His entry into Jerusalem — Curiosity leads to their arrest — Plot to 
seize Jesus — Trial before Pilate — Release of liarabbas — Crucifixion of 
two of Barabbas' men, one on either side of Jesus — Barabl>aB recog- 
nized "Jesus died for me" (38 min — 1950 — Distribution limited to 
oversea comhiands — Commercial Adaptation). 

One God 

An inspiring study of the three major faiths: Protestant, Catholic, 
and Jewish — Explains the teaching, ceremonies, and customs of each 
faith (39 min — 195G — Commercial Adaptation). 

In His Name 

Pastor follows progress of sincere youth through high school and 
college — Ordination of youth as a minister (35 min — 1951 — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 

A Great Cloud of Witnesses 

Sermon on life by Rev W. E. Sangster illustrated with scenes of the 
Olympic Games (14 min — 1951 — Commercial Adaptation). 

This Charming Couple 

Necessity for reciprocal love in marriage (19 min — 1951 — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 

The Story of the Pope 

Story of Pope Pius XII — Narration by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen — 
Introduction Iiy Francis Cardinal Spellman (60 min — 1951 — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 

Unto Thyself Be True 

Efl"orts of modern police department to solve problem of juvenile 
delinquent through counseling of intcrfaith religious advisor (24 min — 
1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

No Other Gods 

Modern interpretation of the teaching of The First Commandment 
(20 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea commands — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

On The Right Side 

Gambling as an evil (20 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea 
commands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

247 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



16-7862 



16-7863 



16-7961 



16-7962 



16-7963 



16-8014 



16-8190 



16-8192 



16-8194 



16-8195 



Speak No Evil 

Evil effects of lying (27 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to oversea 
commands — Commercial Adaptation) . 

The First Step 

Need for faith in God and self (30 min — 1951 — Distribution limited 
to oversea commands — Commercial Adaptation). 

Lord's Ascension, The 

Jesus is resurrected on the third day following His death — He ap- 
pears to Mary Magdalene and the disciples — During the forty days 
before His ascension, He appears to the disciples three times and in- 
structs them to spread His teachings (28 min — 1958 — Commercial 
Adaptation — Supplementary distribution to Army Film and Equip- 
ment Exchanges in CON US and OS — No additional prints available 
on reorder). 

Jesus and the Lepers 

En route from Capernaum to Jerusalem Jesus heals ten lepers — 
Only one of the lejiers, a Samaritan, returns to express his gratitude 
to Jesus for his healing (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — 
Supplementary distribution to Army Film and Equipment Ex- 
changes — No additional prints available on reorder). 

The Guest 

A bereaved cobbler has his faith restored by finding God in ordinary 
acts of kindness to his fellow men (32 min — 1953 — Commercial 
Adaptation — Initial distribution limited — Supplementary distribu- 
tion, 1957, to central and post film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUSandOS). 

Hill Number One 

Correlating Christ's suffering and forbearance on Calvary and our 
encounters with adversity (45 min — 1952 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Holy Night — The Beginning of (he Life of Jesus 

Prophesies of Isaiah — Story of Mary and Joseph — Annunciation 
and birth of Christ — Story of the Shepherds and their arrival to be- 
hold the babe (31 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Hidden Treasures 

Revealing, under the microscope, the wonder of creating — Universe 
of the ocean's floor — Beauties of the desert — Contrasting thuso with 
the infinite wonders of the planets as seen through the telescope (43 
min — 1 954 — Color — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Woman at the Well 

Jesus and His disciples go through Samaria where Ho speaks with 
the woman of Sychar at Jacob's well — Ho tells her of the spiritual liv- 
ing water — The woman, returning to her village, tells the people she 
has found the Christ (15 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Lord is Risen, The 

The story of Jesus' burial and the resurrection (15 min — 1957 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary diMtribution to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges). 



248 



MF No. 

16 8206 



16 8317 



16-8429 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

The Prior Claim 

A sermon from science developing the theme that whatever wonders 
man has dlHCOvered or invented over the j'cars, nature already pos- 
sessed them (43 min — 1954 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Vatican 

Pictorial tour of the Vatican, symbol of Catholic strength — Customs 
and life in the Vatican — Priceless art treasures, their care and pro- 
tection — Vatican library, radio station, and post office — Costume and 
ritual of Swiss Guard — Views of the Church of St. Peter (40 mln — 
1955 — Color — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Pilgrimage to Fatima 

Story of the miracle at Fatima in Portugal — Annual pilgrimage to 
Our Lady's Shrine to give prayer and reaffirm faith (27 min — 1955 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8430 The Shield of Faith 

Story of an 18 year old boy whose faith is an armor against the 
temptation of life^Spiritual and moral strength derived from the 
church (26 min — 1955 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8490 Conversion of Saul, The 

Depicts the persecution of the followers of Christ by Saul of Tarsus — 
Account of his conversion based on the Gospel story given in Acts 
IX (30 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film libraries and e.x- 
changes in CON US and major oversea commands for use by the 
Chaplain Corps — CommercLal Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion). 

16-8491 Years of Apprenticeship 

Saul's stay in Damascus with Ananias — His stay in the desert for 
three years — His return to Damascus and escape to Jerusalem (30 
miu — 1955 — Distribution to central film libraries and exchanges in 
CON US and major oversea commands for use by the Chaplain 
Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution). 

16-8492 Return to Jerusalem 

Saul returns to Jerusalem and joins the disciples of Christ — Proves 
his faith in word and deed (30 min — 1955 — Distribution to central 
film libraries and exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands 
for use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supple- 
mentary distribution) . 

16-8496 Second Missionary Journey 

Paul returns to Jerusalem — Discus.scs question concerning accept- 
ance of Gentile converts with James and Peter — Ilis journey to 
Phillippi — Runs into opposition and is held for trial (30 min — 1955 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Initial distribution limited to central film 
libraries and exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands for 
use l)y the Chaplain Corps — Supplementary distribution to Army 
central and Post film and equipment exchanges in CON US and 
overseas) . 



249 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



^fF No. 

16-8497 



Visit to Corinth 

In Phillippi, Paul and Silvanus are accused of treason and sentenced 
to prison — Their eventual freedom and the conversion of the jailer — 
Paul and Silvanus journey to Thessalonica — Paul goes on to Athens — 
Returns to Corinth and is rejoined by Timothy and Silvanus (30 min — 
1955 — Distribution limited to central film libraries and exchanges in 
CON US and major oversea commands for use by the Chaplain 
Corps — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8498 Third Missionary Journey 

Paul revisits the chuiches in Galatia — His stay at Ephesus for 2 
years — Runs into trouble with Dimetrius, leader of idol profiteers — 
Returns to Jerusalem (30 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central 
film libraries and exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands 
for use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8499 Trial at Jerusalem 

Paul, Luke, and Timothy return to Jerusalem bringing gifts and 
offerings from churches in Galatia — Paul arranges to stand as sponsor 
in the Temple for four men under vows — His presence creates dis- 
turbance in the temple — He is taken into custody by Romans — His 
final plea, to be heard before Caesar (30 min — 1955 — Distribution 
limited to central film libraries and exchanges in CON US and major 
oversea commands for use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

16-8500 Voyage to Rome 

Paul makes the voyage to Rome — Presents his case to Nero — He 
is held in protective custody for 2 years — Taken to the Emperor for 
final sentence (30 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central film 
libraries and exchanges in CON US and major oversea commands for 
use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8599 Are You Ready for Service? What It's All About 

Develops theme that training in the everyday duties of citizenship 
is a part of the preparation for military service (10 min — 1956 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution to Central Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CON US). 

16-8600 Are You Ready for Service? Getting Ready Morally 

Portrays how service brings about larger moral decisions, and how 
personal standards and good habits prepare one for service and life 
(10 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US). 

16-8601 Are You Ready for Service? Military Life and You 

Similarities and difTerences between military and civilian life — 
Interpretation of military discipline as an extension of self-discipline 
(10 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US). 

16-8602 We Believe— What Catholics Believe About Religion 

Divine faith of God as taught by the creeds, religious practices, 
and code of the Catholic Church (28 min— 1956— Commercial Adaj)- 
tation — Supplementary distribution). 

250 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF Xo. 

16-8603 



We Believe — What Catholics Believe About God 

The I'clief of the Holy Trinity (28 min— 1956 — Distribution to 
central tihn and equipment exclianges in COXTS and major Oversea 
Commands for use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — 
Supplementary distribution) . 

1&-8604 We Believe— What Catholics Believe About IMan 

The nature of man — Natural and divine gifts, the "original sin," 
and the redemption of man (28 niin — 1950 — Distriljution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CON US and major Oversea Com- 
mands for use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — 
Supplementary distribution) . 

16-8605 We Believe— What Catholics Believe About Christ 

The divine and human nature of Christ — The three modes of ex- 
istence as God, Man, and Church (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to 
central film and equipment exchanges in ('ONUS and Oversea Com- 
mands for use by the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — 
Supplementary distribution) . 

16-8606 We Believe— What Catholics Believe About Moral Life 

Observance of universal law of nature, divinely revealed law, and 
Canon Law of Catholic Church (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adap- 
tation — Supplementary distribution) . 

16-8607 We Believe— What Catholics Believe About Divine Worship 

The moaning and ritual of the Mass (28 min — 195G — Commercial 
Adaptation — Supplementary Distribution). 

16-8608 We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Sanctif}ing Grace 

How Sanctifying Grace enables man to develop the power to merit 
heaven by knowing and loving God (28 min — 1056 — Distribution to 
central film and equipment exchanges in CON US and major oversea 
commands by use of the Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — 
Supplementary Distribution). 

16-8609 We Believe— What Catholics Believe About Actual Grace 

, , j ,^ Explains actual grace as the divine energy given by God to assist 
man along the road of life (28 min — 1956 — Distribution to Central 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and major oversea 
commands for use by Chaplain Corps — Commercial Adaptation — 
Supplementary Distribution). 

16-8610 We Believe — What Catholics Believe About Religious Life 

The meaning and origin of Holy Orders — How a greater heaven is 
attained through either the contemplative or mixed life (28 min — 
1956 — Distribtition to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and major Oversea Commands for use by the Chaplain 
Corps — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution). 

16-8611 We Believe — What Catholics Believe About the Sacraments 

Explains the seven sacraments — Baptism, Coulirnmtion, Matri- 
mony, Holy Orders, Penance, Holy Eucharist, Extreme Unction 
(Last Anointing) (28 min — 1956 — Commercial .\daptation — Supple- 
mentary distribution). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
1&-8612 



1&-8613 



16-8614 



16-8632 



16-8661 



16-8671 



16-8676 



16-8677 



16-8685 



16-8686 



16-8691 



We Believe — What Catholics Believe About the Family 

Definition of marriage as a contract for the birth, rearing and 
education of children, and aq a sacrament indicatine; inward Rrace 
(28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribu- 
tion). 

We Believe— What Catholics Believe About Church and State 

Defines the spiritual role of the Church and the temporal role of 
the State, and how each is necessary for the happiness of man (28 
min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution). 

We Believe — What Catholics Believe About the Bible 

Origin, contents, and meaning of the Bible, underscoring the idea 
that it is a deposit of faith divinely revealed by God (28 min — 1956 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Supplementary distribution). 

Time and Eternity 

Man's search for knowledge of the mystery of time, space and 
matter, developing theme that man's salvation depends on love for 
God (43 min — 1956 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Supplemen- 
tary distribution). 

Escape to Egypt 

Joseph and Mary's stay in Bethlehem after the birth of Jesus — The 
Order for the slaughter of the innocents — Escape of the Holy Family 
(30 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Heritage 

Animated film affirming that civil rights and laws are predicated on 
human rights, fundamental for human progress and freedom (9 
min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Boyhood and Baptism 

Life of Jesus Christ from the time His family leaves Egypt until 
He is baptized (30 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Men of the Wilderness 

Testimony of John the Baptist — Conflict between Herod and 
Herodias over John — Healing of madman at Capernaum and curing 
of sick by Jesus (30 min — 195(5 — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Challenge of Faith 

Jesus spreads His teachings in Galilee — Imprisoned, John the 
Baptist is told of the wonders of Jesus — Jesus meets Matthew, the 
Publican (29 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Disciple.ship 

JesuH chooses His 12 disciples and traches them how to pray — He 
cures a leper in Galilee (28 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Return to Nazareth 

Jesus journeys back to Nazan'th — His wonders in Capernaum, 
Cana, and Samaria — Episode in Nazan'th — Ho journeys on to Galilee 
(29 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 



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MF No. 
16-8700 Government is Your Business 

Story of a youn^ man who shows that corrupt government is duo 
to the weakness of good people more than to the strength of evildoers 
(27 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

ie-8701 Jerusalem, The Holy City 

Relation of Jerusalem to the Christian, Jewish and Islamic faiths — 
Origin, history and creed of each faith (10 min — 1956 — Color — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8707 Kapaun Retreat House 

The story of the Kapaun Retreat House in Japan — Recreational 
and religious activities afforded all military personnel in Far East 
(16 min— 1957). 

16-8730 Conflict 

Jesus comes to the home of Lazarus in Bethany — Goes on to 
Jerusalem where He preaches and makes known His healing powers — 
Goes on to Galilee (28 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8786 In the Face of Jeopardy 

A Chinese houseboy in Southeast Asia, motivated by the love of 
God, saves his employer from Communist terrorists at the risk of his 
own life (28 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8794 Film Chronicles from the Book of Psalms — Reverence 

A pictorial reflection of the Lord's creation of the universe accom- 
panied by dramatic narration of excerpts from the Book of Psalms 
(10 min — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
Central and Post Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and 
overseas). 

16-8805 Fate of John the Baptist 

Princess Salome dances for Herod's guests and requests the head 
of John The Baptist as a "Gift". After John's death, his followers 
join Jesus (28 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8806 Retreat and Decision 

Jesus tells His disciples He is returning to Jerusalem and predicts 
His death and resurrection — Jesus resurrects Lazarus from the grave 
(30 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8807 Triumph and Defeat 

At the Passover Feast, Jesus predicts His betrayal by Judas — Jesus 
is arrested at Gethsemane and judged guilty by the Sanhedriu of 
blasphemy (28 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8808 Crucifixion and Resurrection 

Jesus is crucified on Pilate's order — Joseph claims the body — 
Jesus' body disappears from tomb and He appears to Mary and the 
apostles (28 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8825 Are You Ready for Service?— Why You 

System of choosing young men for military service — Reasons for 
deferment— Purpose of enlistment (13 min— 1957— Commercial 
Adaptation) . 

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MP No. 
16-8840 



16-8884 



16-8885 



16-8886 



16-8887 



16-8888 



16-8889 



16 8890 



16 8891 



Birth of the Savior ^...L.il 

Story of the birth from the time the Angel appears l>efore Mary 
and Joseph in Nazareth to the subsequent events in Bethlehem (15 
min — 1957 — Coinnierciai Adaptation). 

Birth of John the Baptist 

An angel announces to Zechariah that he and Elizabeth are to have 
a son and that he is to be named John — After the child's birth. 
Zechariah offers praises to God — John is shown as the wilderness 
prophet proclaiming the coming of the Messiah (20 min — 1958 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Childhood of Jesus 

The wise men bring their gifts to the infant Jesus — They are warned 
not to return to Herod — Joseph flees with the child to Egypt — 
Returns to Galilee after Herod's death — At the age of twelve years, 
Jesus is taken to the temple in Jerusalem for Passover (15 nun — 
1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Ministry of John the Baptist 

While John preaches, Jesus comes to him to be baptized — John is 
imprisoned by Herod — Jesus is asked by two disciples of Herod if He 
is the Christ — John is beheaded at the request of Herodias (20 min — 
1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

First Disciples 

The little group around John the Baptist is approached by Jesus — 
Andrew, John, and Simeon go with Jesus — They are later joined by 
Philip and Nathaniel — Jesus begins to teach His first group of dis- 
ciples (15 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Jesus at Nazareth and Capernaum 

In Cana, Jesus assures a nobleman that his dying son will live — 
At the Temple of Nazareth, Jesus reads from Isaiah and arouses 
the congregation to violence — He is forced out of the synagogue — 
Jesus journeys on alone to Capernaum (15 min — 1958 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

Jesus and the Fishermen 

Jesus meets four fishermen — They are Peter, Andrew, James, and 
John — Leaving their nets, they follow Him to Capernaum, where 
Jesus heals the sick and afllicted — Jesus and His disciples then start 
on their first tour of (ialilce together (15 min — 1958 — C'ouniicrcial 
Adaptation). 

Thy Sins are Forgiven 

Jesus cures a sick nuiii in Capernaum and forgives him of hi.s sins — 
He commands Matthew, the tax collector, to follow Him Jesus is 
questioned by the Pharisees about ftusling :iiid replies with three 
parables (15 min — 1958 — ^( "omnicrciiil Ail.'iptatioii^. 

Jesus. Lord of the Sabbath 

The Phari-sees criticize the man, healed by Jesus at the pool of 
Bethesda, for carrying his bod on the Sabbath — Jesus and His tiis- 
ciples are criticized for husking a few kernels on the Sabbath — Jesus 



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MF Xo. 



declares that the Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath (15 mui — 1958 — 
Coininorcial Ailaptaliou). 

16 8892 The Transfiguration ii£(.'8 U: 

Peter confesses that Jesus is the Christ — Jesus takes James, Peter, 
and John to the top of the mountain with Him where He is transfigured 
before them — Moses and Elijali apjjear and talk with Jesus — At the 
foot of tlie mountain an epileptic boy is healed (20 min — 1958 — 
Commercial Adajjtation). 

16-8893 Jesus Teaches Forgiveness 

A sinful woman anoints Jesus' feet — He forgives her sins — lie 
gives rules for treating a brother who has sinned against one — Tells 
several parables on forgiveness — He exhorts that all should forgive 
(15 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8894 Before Abraham Was, I Am 

Je^us teaches in the Temple at Jerusalem — Tlie Sanhedrin sends 
soldiers to arrest him — Nicodemus defends Jesus — lie proclaims His 
deity by saying, "Before Abraham was, I am" (20 min — 1958 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

16 8895 Jesus Heals the Man Born Blind 

Jesus restores a blind man's sight by putting clay on his eyes and 
having him wash in the pool at Siloam — Religious authorities ques- 
tion the man but he does not know who has given him his sight — 
Jesus finds the man, and he believes in Him as the Son of God (20 
min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

16-8896 I am the Resurrection 

In the city of Xaiu, Jesus brings back life to the widow's son — 
At the house of Jairus He raises his daughter back to life — He hears 
from Mary and Martha that Lazarus is dead — He goes to the tomb 
and commands Lazarus to come forth (20 min — 1958 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

16-8917 Jesus Before the High Priest 

Jesus is arrested at Gethsemane and taken to .\nnas — He is tried 
before Caiaphas, high priest of the Temple, and the Sanhedrin — 
He is charged with blasphemy and sent to Pilate (13 min — 1958 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to Army Film and Equipment 
Exchanges in CON US and OS — No additional prints available on 
reorder) . 

16 8918 Trial Before Pilate 

Jesus is tried before Pilate and is turned over to Herod for sen- 
tencing — Herod sends Him back to Pilate, who turns Him over to the 
soldiers to be crucified (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — 
Distribution to .\rmy Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US 
and OS — No additional prints available on reorder). 

16 8919 The Crucifixion 

Jesus carries His cross to the hill of Golgotha where He is to l^e 
crucified — Jesus falls while carrying the cross — Simon of Cyrene 
carries it for Him — He is nailed to the cross and, after six hours, dies 
(18 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to Army 

255 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF Xo. 



16 8920 



16 8921 



16-8922 



16-8945 



16-8946 



16-8947 



17-1280 



Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and OS — No additional 
prints available on reorder). 

NIcodemus 

Joseph of Ariinathea and Nicodenius make arrangements for Jesua' 
burial — Nicodemus reflects upon the teachings of Jesus and when he 
defended Him before the Sanhedrin — They prepare the body for 
burial and take it to Joseph's tomb (18 niin — 1958 — Comniercial 
Adaptation — Distribution to Army Film and Equipment Plxchanges 
in CON US and OS — No additional prints available on reorder). 

Younger Brother — Story of Japan 

A young Japanese, who has set out to make a life of his own, meets 
with an accident on his job — He is saved by a man who is a Christian — 
The two have many talks and the Japanese learus about Christianity 
and adopts its beliefs, notwithstanding family objection (28 min — 
1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to Army Film and 
Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS) 

Baragoi — An Outpost of Faith 

Describes the work of the first Christian mission established by 
Consolata Fathers in Baragoi in Kenya on the East .Vfrican Coast — 
Shows native mode of life, dress, and customs — Medical care and 
educational activities (13 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adapta- 
tion — No additional prints available on reorder). 

Last Journey to Jerusalem 

Jesus and His disciples journey to Jerusalem for the Feast of Pass- 
over — Jesus tells them of Ilis coming death and resurrection — At the 
Temple He is welcomed by the people (17 min — 1958 — Commercial 
Adaptation — Distribution to army film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and overseas — No additional prints available on reorder). 

Thirty Pieces of Silver 

At the Temple, the priests plot Jesus' arrest and death — Jesus is 
anointed by Mary, Lazarus' sister — Jmlas, indignant at the waste of 
oil, goes to the priests and bargains for Jesus' betrayal for tliirty pieces 
of silver (13 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to 
army film and equipments exchanges in CONUS and overseas — No 
additional prints available on reorder). 

Upper Room, The 

Jesus and His disciples partake of the hust pnsehal meal together — 
Jesus predicts His betrayal, institutes the lA)rd's Supi>er with the 
bread and wine, anil gives His benediction of peace (11 nun — 1958 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to army film anil eijuipment 
exchanges in CONUS and overseas — No adilitional prints available 
on reorder). 

Tank Mission— World War II 

Armort'd tanks of WW II on maneuvers and in action in the ETO — 
Versatility of tanks — Tank speed inereasi' in ticKIs when using tho 
hedgerow cutter — Mine locators and detonators used on front of tank 
for safety anil etliciency purposes when traveling in enemy territory — 
Camouflage methods — Great contribution of tanks in WW II (10 
min— 1910). 



256 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
17-7864 



19-1073 



19-7546 



19-8027 



19-8274 



19-8415 



19-8509 



19-8510 



19-8511 



19-8699 



19-8796 



Hell on Wheels 

Historical record of the combat activities of the 2ncl Armored 
Division daring World War II (17 min — 1951). 

Attack on Hidden Waste 

Achieving maximum cfTicicncy on job through proportional use of 
time (15 min — 1944). 

Your Army in Disaster Relief 

Army's role in disasters in US — Texas City disaster — Snowbound 
areas in winter of 1948-49 — Floods along Mississippi — Aiding stricken 
communities — Military police, medical, engineer, signal, and other 
units aiding in disaster relief (17 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

Security Control, You Never Can Tell 

Emphasizing awareness of security program responsibilities on-and- 
off the defense plant job — Carelessness of well-intentioned employees — 
Proper handling of classified information (40 min — 1952 — P'ilm Ref- 
erence — From Navy Film MN 6947). 

Civil Assistance in Korea 

Purpose, scope, and activities of civil assistance — Illustration of 
how the civil assistance program helped the Korean people — Accom- 
plishments of civil assistance (30 min — 1945). 

Provost in a Divisional Move 

Duties and responsibilities of miUtary police in planning for a 
divisional move — Provost marshal plan in action — Factors considered 
are equipments, starting points, designated routes, signing parties, 
traffic points, and provisions for detours in case of breakdown (30 
min— 1955— Film Reference— From British Army Film BC 3057). 

The Traffic Officer in Court 

Importance of neat appearance, and of thorough preparation of 
case, and proper presentation of case in court (10 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Hit-and-Run Investigation 

Basic techniques applied in hit-and-run accident investigations 
(10 min — 1955 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Detecting and Recording Skidmarks 

How to detect and record skidmarks (8 min — 1955 — Film Refer- 
ence — Commercial Adaptation). 

Prisoners of War 

Procedures used in Korea by Military Police in handling prisoners 
of war — Processing of prisoners from time of capture to evacuation to 
internment camps — Actual operation of prisoner of war camps (22 
rain — 1957 — Film Reference). 

The Darmstadt Case 

Documentary on the 27th Military Police Criminal Investigation 
Detachment in Frankfurt, German> — Facilities and methods used to 
apprehend criminals (10 min — 1957 — Film Reference — .\lso part of 
AFSM 525 — Limited distribution to Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges in CONUS and OS for loan to interested groups). 



494599"— 59- 



-17 



257 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
19-8843 



20-1144 

1 - 
20-1153 

20-1192 
20-1216 

20-1226 
20-1240 



It's Your Derision 

This film explains the responsibilities of military, civil, and industrial 
authorities in the event of attack — The vital need for dose cooperation 
between industrial leaders and Government defense organizations for 
national survival is emphasized (32 min — 1958 — Color — From Air 
Force Subject SFP 368). 

Ideas Unlimited 

Steps involved in work simplification (18 min — 1951 — Commercial 

Adaptation). 

Saudi-Arabia Graduation Exercises (U) 

(This film is classified SECRET — Printing discontinued.) 
Combat Team 

Efficient operation in airplane factory necessary for successful air 
combat operations (37 min — 1945 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Hawaiian Holiday (Recruiting Subject) 

Military recreational facilities in Hawaii — Variety of entertain- 
ment for oflf-duty hours (18 min — 1945 — Distribution limited to ZI 

only). 

Welcome Home 

Returning soldiers are welcomed home to civilian life (20 min — 
1945). 

Oil Fires 

Fire fighting methods to control oil fires (46 min — 1945 — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 



20-1300 America the Beautiful 

Technicolor tour of the US — From New York to Death Valley (17 
min — 1947 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-1367 It's Wanton Murder 

Veteran of WW II injured fatally by driver attempting to beat the 
light (12 min — 1947 — Commercial Adaptation). 



20-1368 



20-1370 



20-1371 



20-1372 



"X" Marks the Spot 

Traffic exjjerience of typical driver and pedestrian (22 min- 
Commercial Adaptation). 



1947— 



Highway Mania 

Interviews of traffic authorities by Lowell Thomas — Dangerous 
driving hazards — Correct methods (10 min — 1947 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

A Safe Day 

Home, highway, and industrial safety — Safety message to average 
worker — Daily routine of safe worker (10 min — 1947 — Commercial 
Adajjtation). 

Your Driving Habits 

Elements of good driving — Starting engine — Using clutch and gear- 
shift — Brakes — Driving on curves, pavements, in mountainous coun- 



258 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



20-1396 



20-1428 



20-7500 



20-7513 



20-7670 



20-7671 



20-7672 



20-7673 



try, through ice, snow, water, and mud — Parking car (14 min — 1947 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Crossroads — -Radiological Safety 

Radio safety teams at Bikini during Operation Crossroads — Use of 
Geiger counters — Ionization chambers — Film badges for measuring 
radioactivity — Use of drone boats and planes for investigating highly 
contaminated areas — Method of plotting these areas — Divers investi- 
gating radioactivity resulting from test — Marine life gathered for 
further study (25 min— 1947— From Navy Film MN 5367-B). 

Atomic Physics 

Atomics from the time of Dalton through Mendelieff, the Curies, 
and Decquerel to the present — Live recordings of Lords Rutherford 
and Thompson, Dr. Einstein, Cockeroft, and Frische — Film is divided 
into five parts for use as a training aid (100 min — 1948 — Commercial 
Adaptation) . 

Atomic Energy 

Basic principles — Formation of atom into electrons, protrons, and 
neutrons — Bombardment of the atom with resultant radiation of 
atomic energy — Chain reaction (11 min — 1948 — Commercial Adapta- 
tion). 

Exercise Yukon 

Tactical operation — Four objectives — Testing air transports in 
arctic — Defending arctic airfields — Developing methods of training 
ground force units — Reporting data for further arctic operations (30 
min— 1949). 

Radiological Safety on Operation Sandstone 

Various aspects and problems of atom bomb tests at Eniwetok — 
Types of equipment for measuring and recording exposure to radia- 
tion — Strength, effect, and shielding qualities of various materials — 
Evaluation of data after explosion (26 min — 1950 — From Armed 
Forces Special Weapons Project 19-3). 

Security Control in Operation Sandstone 

Review of stringent security measures observed during atom bomb 
tests at Eniwetok during spring of 1948 (24 min — 1950 — From Armed 
Forces Special Weapons Project 19-16). 

United States Army Engineers in Operation Sandstone 

Engineer problems at Eniwetok atom bomb test — Demolition of 
old buildings and erection of new — Rebuilding roads and runways — 
Clearing land for visibility and photography — Installing water 8y.stem 
and electricity — Preparing towers, concrete blockhouses, and walls to 
test shielding effects of various materials — Other technical installa- 
tions — Installing coaxial cables (20 min — 1950 — From Armed Forces 
Special Weapons Project 19-10). 

Story of Communications on Project Sandstone 

Necessary communications system — Communications handled by 
military personnel of all three branches of service — Civilian techni- 
cians — Setting up telephone and teletypewriter communications 
systems, radio nets, and radar listening posts for security pur{)oses — 



269 



MF No. 



20-7674 



20-7675 



20-7676 



20-7725 



20-7728 



20-7773 



20-7815 



20-7854 



20-7855 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Submarine cable and courier service (29 min- 
Force-s Special Weapons Project 19-7). 



-1950 — From Armed 



Weather to . . . 

Role of meteorological personnel during the atomic bomb tests at 
Eniwetok, Operation Sandstone — Importance of accurate weather 
data in planning test* — Meteorologists of Joint Task Force Seven 
plotting weather (22 min — 1950 — From Armed Forces Special Weap- 
ons Project 19-6). 

The Navy's Part in Operation Sandstone 

A resume of all phases of work involved in carrying out the project 
including the many contributions of the Navy to its success (40 min — 
1950 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project 19-14). 

Look — No Hands (Operation Sandstone) 

The role played by the Air Force in the t^sts at Eniwetok, with the 
use of drone planes (20 min — 1950 — From Armed Forces Special 
W^eapons Project 19-11). 

Arctic Indoctrination School — Winter 1950 

Army's arctic indoctrination school at Big Delta, Alaska, winter 
1950 — Student troops at school — Snowshoe and ski technique — 
Bivouac in snow — Constructing various types of shelters — Mining a 
frozen lake surface to impede mechanized attack — Demonstration of 
penetration power of small arms fire into snow and ice (15 min — 1950). 

Crop Check 

Methods used to estimate yields of crop fields — Advantages of in- 
telligent crop estimating (15 min — 1950). 

An Introduction to Radiation Detection Instruments 

Instruments for detection of atomic radiation, including alpha, beta, 
and gamma rays — Pocket dosimeter, pocket chamber, ion chaml^ers, 
Geiger counters — Principles and practical application of these instru- 
ments (18 min — 1950 — From Armed Forces Sfx^cial Weapons Project). 

The Effects of Atomic Bomb Explosions 

Preparation for atomic attack — Relative effects of various kinds of 
atomic explosions as determined at Nagasaki, Hiroshima, and the 
Pacific testing range, as well as the theoretical effects of ground-coutACt 
and underground explosion.s — Nuclear radiation (21 min — 1951 — 
From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project). 

Last Date 

Dangers of speeding illustrated by tragic accident afTecting the lives 
of four teenagers (19 min — 1951). 

And Then There Were Four 

Minor traffic violations — Difference l>etween minor and major 
violations (26 min — 1951 — Commercial .\daptation). 



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NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
20-7857 



20-7896 



20-7924 



20-7949 



20-7956 



20-7979 



20-7986 



20-7991 



20-7995 



20-7997 



A Closed Book 

Ijauuching of a safety cruaado by Hmali town doctor wliodc wife has 
been killed by hit-and-nni driver — Difficulty of convincing indifferent 
public that safety is everybody's business (26 min — 1951 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

The Basic Physics of an Atomic Bomb 

Basic principles of atomic energy and the atomic bomb — Atomic 
numbers — Isotopes — Half -life — Fusion — Fission — Chain reaction — 
Critical mass (19 min — 1952 — Color). 

Dress Rehearsal 

A good soldier is a well-trained soldier — Techniques of combat con- 
ditioning and psychological indoctrination — Basic training attack 
course — Realism simulated by barrage of live ammunition, direct tank 
fire, all-night bivouac, combined arms attack (13 min — 1952). 

KMAG and the ROK Soldier 

Developments of South Korean Army under US Korean Military 
Advisory Group (27 min — 1954). 

Atomic Support for the Soldier 

Pictorial record of Exercise Desert Rock staged near Las Vegas, 
Nevada, in November 1951, showing relative destructiveness of atomic 
bomb and defense mea.surc3 against it — Research tests under simulated 
combat conditions — Effects on men, equipment fortifications, and 
materiel (21 min— 1953). 

Troop Information and Education in the Field 

The US soldier fights best because he is an efficient fighting man 
kept in top physical form, highly trained in military skills, and men- 
tally alert — The Army's troop information and education program 
provides, even in combat areas, educational programs from basic to 
university level (17 min — 1953). 

Aircraft Recognition — Soviet Jet Aircraft 

Individual structural and performance characteristics of the Russian 
jet aircraft, the MIG-15, YAK-15 (modified), and MIG-9 (15 min— 
1953— Film Reference- From Navy Film MN 6898-C). 

Recognition of Jet Aircraft 

Depicting the salient structural features and iwrformancc charac- 
teristics of the F9F Panther, F2H Banshee, F3D Sky night, and F7U 
Cutlass (15 min— 1953— Film Reference— From Navy Film MN 
6898). 

Pick Your Safety Target 

Teaching the supervisor and foreman how to analyze the causes of 
accidents — What action to take on evidence — Classifying accidents, 
interpreting the facts, and transplanting them into positive accident- 
prevention measures (14 min — 1953— Commercial Adaptation). 

Safety in Offices 

Common office accidents — Developmg among employees awareness 
of hazards to avoid — Need for implementing ssifety measures (10 
min— 1953— From Navy Film MN 1921-D). 



261 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
20-8116 



20-8125 



20-8126 



20-8127 



20-8147 



20-8148 



20-8169 



20-8218 



20-8224 



20-8261 



Stockpile to Target (C) 

(24 min — 1952 — Limited distribution to Service Schools in 
CONUS— Film is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA). 

A-Bomb at Sea (U) 

(19 min — 1952 — Color — Limited distribution — Further distribution 
must be authorized by ch, AFF— Film is classified SECRET— RE- 
STRICTED DATA). 

Baker Day Hi-Speed Story (U) 

(24 min — 1952 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must be 
authorized by ch, AFF— Film is classified SECRET). 

Able Day Hi-Speed Story (U) 

(19 min — 1952 — Limited distribution — Further distribution must 
be authorized by ch, AFF — Film is classified SECRET). 

Eyes of Flight 

Techniques of handling, forming, and storing acrylic plastic, com- 
monly called Plexiglas or Lucite — Uses, many and essential, to air- 
craft (30 min— 1953— Color). 

Radioactive Contamination 

This film helps to resolve the remaining misconceptions concerning 
hazards of radioactive contamination — Lessons learned from aircraft 
carrier Independence, a thoroughly contaminated guinea pig, subjected 
to various types of surveys — Decontamination measures possible 
under tactical situations — Radioactive contamination control (20 
min — 1953 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project 5201). 

Military Participation on Tumbler/Snapper (U) 

(47 min — 1953 — Color — Limited distribution — For use in courses 
of instruction on Atomic weapons given at general and branch service 
schools concerned; one part each to CF&EEs in CONUS — Film is 
classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA). 

Safety Saves 

Driver training and safety practices as applied to operation of fork- 
lift trucks and towing tractors — Do's and don'ts of e&ie driving — 
Causes of most accidents and how to avoid them (26 min — 1954 — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

Training at Officer Candidate Schools 

Example of how officer candidate schools are conducted is the school 
at Fort Benning, Georgia — Qualities needed for selection to receive 
training leading to commission as 2d Lieutenant in the Army of the 
US — Military skills and techniques, leadership, and military know-how 
stressed (25 min — 1954). 

Ivy — Documentary Film (U) 

(69 min— 1954— Color — Distribution limited to the AAAGM 
Branch— TAS, Ft Bliss, Texas and CAC.SC, Ft licavpnworth, Kan- 
sas — There are two other versions: (a) 28 min. version — l'nclftssifie<l 
AFIF62, distributed by DA— (b) 36 min version FOROFFU'I.M. ISK 
ONLY, not distributed by DA— Film is cluH.-?ific<l SECRET— RE- 
STRICTED DATA). 



262 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 
20-8267 Operation Upshot-Knothole 1953 (U) 

(43 min — 1954 — Color — Distribution limited to: Central film li- 
braries in CON US and USAIIEUR and film libraries serving the 
Armored, Artillery, and Infantry Schools — Film is classified SE- 
CRET—RESTRICTED DATA). 

20-8282 The Gamblers (Safe Tractor Operation) 

Safe operation of the tractor — Operational hazards — Necessary pre- 
cautions to avoid accidents to operator and otlicrs (21 inin — 1954 — 
Coniniercial Adaptation). 

20-8322 Time to Go (Selective Service) 

Organization, purpose, and operation of selective service system — 
Personnel and activities of local boards — Requirements, obligations, 
classifications, and deferments of draftees — Preinduction processing — 
Induction — Benefits of Army training (28 min — 1955 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

20-8348 Drive Right 

Analysis and illustration of four major causes of traffic accidents 
(intoxication, fatigue, speed, and preoccupation) involving military 
personnel (20 min— 1954— From Navy Film MN 7498-B). 

20-8350 A Special Weapons Orientation — Part II — Basic Atomic Weapons (U) 

(11 min— 1954— Color— Distribution limited to: CFLs in CONUS; 
major OS Commands; Service Schools of the Combat Arms — From 
Armed Forces Special Weapons Project 30-11, Pt 2 — Film is classified 
SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA). 

20-8357 To Live in Darkness 

Cases of men who have lost their sight as a result of careless attitudes 
toward occupational hazards (14 min — 1954 — From Navy I'ilm MN 
1921-F). ,;.^ 

20-8386 A Special Weapons Orientation — Part V — Effects of Atomic Weapons 

(U) 

(14 min — 1954 — Distribution limited to: CFLs in CONUS; major 
OS Commands and to Service Schools of the Combat Arms — Film is 
classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA). 

20-8410 Sgt MacDuff— Salesman (Recruiting) 

Four basic steps for successful recruitment of men into the Army 
(19 min— 1955). 

20-8416 Universal Fuze A, MK 6, Application (U) 

(21 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to: Asst Commandant Ar- 
tillery School, AA&GM Branch, Ft Bliss, Texas; SCPL&L M/F: Chief 
of Ordnance SCPL&L M/F: Chief, Engineers — Film is classified 
SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA). 

20-8418 Beyond Tomorrow — A Story of an American Girl 

WAC recruiting film — Story of a young girl, who on the day of her 
marriage reflects on her life in the WAC — Evaluates her military ca- 
reer, recalls her training and job assignments and gains in personal 
development and maturity (15 min — 1955 — Color). 

263 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 
20-8419 Chaplain USA 

Arm\' chaplain and his job — His training assignments, and responsi- 
bilities (19 min— 1955— Color). 

20-8420 All Star Team (Recruiting) 

Army recruiting film stressing importance of the individual soldier 
to the Army team — Organization and function of the Army — Anny 
life in combat and in peacetime (24 min — 1955). 

20-8421 Prepare Through Education (Recruiting) 

Need and demand for specialists to fill technical jobs in society — 
High school education is a foundation for future careers — Army affords 
specialist training and career opportunities for high school graduates 
(16 min— 1955). 

20-8422 The US Medical Team (Medical Recruiting) 

Missions and functions of various departments in the medical service 
— Vital and humane role played by medical team — Advantages of a 
medical career in the Army (15 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to 
central film libraries in CONUS). 

20-8442 The Soldier's Hour 

Explains how unit commanders, re-enlistment officers, and NCO's 
should implement an active, workable reenlistment program at the 
unit level (18 min— 1956— Color). 

20-8504 New Weapons and Equipment for the Army 

Improved and new designs for air, grovmd and amphibious opera- 
tions, communication, firepower, radar and guided missiles, and pro-' 
tective and fighting equipment for individual soldier (26 min — 1955 — 
Distribution in CONUS and overseas). 

20-8508 Atomic Tests— 1952-1953 (U) 

(1956 — From Armed Forces Special Weapons Project 30-26 — Dis- 
tribution limited to: CF&EEs in CONUS; major OS commands; Serv- 
ice Schools of the Combat Arms— Film is classified SECRET— RE- 
STRICTED DATA). 

20-8563 Safe Clothing 

Presents with humor the hazards of wearing the wrong clothing on a 
machinist's job (7 min — 1955 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8587 Devil Take Us (Motor Vehicle Safety) 

Dramatizes driving hazards — Traffic jams, speeding, intoxication, 
lack of concentration, personality immaturity — Stress on accident 
prevention (21 min — 1956 — Conunercial Adaptation — Distrilnition 
limited to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and over- 
seas). 

20-8591 The Whites of Their Eyes 

A US Army reserve film, narrated by Edward R. Murrow on the 
theme of strength in reserve as power against potential enemy (20 
min— 1956— Distributed in CONUS only). 



264 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
20-8631 



Motor March Discipline — RASC 

Normal Column, Dispersed Column, and Packet Methods of motor 
march in day light — Types of movement at night — Details of move 
using Packet Method (43 min— 195G— From British Film C 1099). 

20-8635 Dollars and Sense — The Army Financial Management Plan 

Cost of performance budget — Consumer funding — Stock fund — 
Industrial fund — Integrated accounting — Financial property account- 
ing — Internal audit (34 min — 1956). 

20-8637 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 1 

The problem of overruling a pass in the face of a subsequent work 
detail (4 min — 1950 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8638 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 2 

The problem of intersection harmony in preparing for a scheduled 
training problem (5 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation), 

20-8639 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 3 

The problem of placing the right man in a job (9 min — 1956 — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

20-8640 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 4 i1 IIAl 

The problem of maintaining proper attitudes towards job details (3 
min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation) . 

20-8641 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 5 

The problem of issuing conflicting orders (3 min — 1956 — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 

20-8642 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 6 

The problem of one man's personal worry affecting the efficiency of 
an entire section, and how to permit him to resolve it (5 min — 1956 — 
Commercial Adaptation) . 

20-8643 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 7 

The problem of rescinding a pass because of disobedience to the NCO 
(5 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptations). 

20-8644 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 8 

The problem of stringent measures used by the NCO in shaping up 
a section (4 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8645 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 9 

The problem of overruling an NCO's order to surrender as the only 
means of survival in a particularly dangerous combat situation (4 
min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8646 Junior Officer Leadership Problem No. 10 

The problem of dealing with a well-meaning NCO who disobeys an 
order by going out on a dangerous mission in lieu of his men (8 min — 
1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8647 NCO Leadership Problem No. 1 

The problem of carrying out an imposed disciplinary action on a 
man who fell out of a march (4 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

265 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 

20-8648 NCO Leadership Problem No. 2 

The problem of dealing with sullen, uncooperative men on a work 
detail (7 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8649 NCO Leadership Problem No. 3 

The problem of turning in AWOL absentees, no matter what the 
human motive for the AWOL action (3 min — 1956 — Commercial 

Adaptation). 

20-8650 NCO Leadership Problem No. 4 

The problem of antagonistic feelings between men competing for 
the same job (4 min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8651 NCO Leadership Problem No. 5 

The problem of dealing with men who refuse to comply with the 
Squad Leader's order in combat (5 min — 1956 — Commercial Adapta- 
tion), 

20-8668 Traditions and Achievements of the Army 

Review the role of the Army throughout the history of the nation — 
Emphasizes the role of the modern soldier (26 min — 1957 — Color). 

20-8714 All Present or Accounted For (Re-Enlistment) 

Designed for unit commanders — Shows how the proper discharge of 
leadership responsibilities "sells" re-enlistment (20 min — 1956 — 
Color). 

20-8717 Borrowed Power 

Deals with the problem of reckless driving, developing the theme 
that a good driving attitude is essential for safety on the road (17 
min — 1956 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8748 Approach to Land— GCA 

Components of Ground Control Approach (GCA) ground installa- 
tions — Use of equipment by radar controllers — Operation of radar 
scopes and standard phraseology used in a typical GCA approach (25 
min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to Central Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and to film exchanges sup- 
porting service schools concerned). 

20-8749 Approach to Land— ILS 

Operation of ground installations and aircraft instrumentation for 
short range final approach and landing aid ILS (instrument let down 
system) — How ILS is used during a typical approach (25 nun — 1957 — 
Commercial Adaptation — Distributionto Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges in CONIES and to film exchanges s\ipporting service schools 
concerned). 

20-8772 Before the Blast 

D('i)icts the procedures for safe handling of explosives as: trans- 
porting, storing, preparations before and after detonating explosives 
(12 min — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8773 Ladders, ScafTolds. and Floor Openings 

Defines Haf«'ty rociuin-nuMits for niatoriuls, tools, e<|uipiiu'iit , and 
procedure with regard to construction jobs — Stresses importaiuc of 



266 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 

safe habits on the job (9 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adapta- 
tion). 

20-8774 Good Housekeeping for Men Only 

Defines hazards of poor housekeeping on construction ]'of)s, and out- 
lines the good housekeeping rules of safety (13 min — 1957 — Color). 

20-8775 Don't Drop Your Guard 

Concerns industrial safety primarily with regard to proper use of 
machine guards — Stresses safety on the job as a personal responsibility 
(10 min— 1957— Color). 

20-8776 Stay Alert Stay Alive (Safety) 

Narrated by Lowell Thomas. Depicts a series of on-the-job acci- 
dents in a manufacturing plant — Stresses the need for a good safety 
program (13 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8777 One to a Customer (Safety) 

Stresses the need and proper use of personal protective equipment 
for safety of workers in industry (10 min — 1957 — Commercial Adapta- 
tion) . 

20-8778 Stop Them Before They Start (Fire Prevention) 

A fire prevention demonstration — How fires are started by gaisoline 
vapors, electricity, dust, chemicals and Christmas tree decorations 
(15 min — 1957 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8779 Live and Let Live 

Discusses common causes for car accidents and rules for safety on 
the road — Emphasizes care, courtesy, common sense, and alertness 
for safety (11 min — 1958 — Commercial Adaptation). 

20-8780 Look Who's Driving 

How emotional immaturities cause driving hazards on the road — 
Emphasizes mature attitudes for safe driving. (8 min — 1957 — Color — 
Commercial Adaptation — Di-stribution is limited to one print to each 
Central Film and Equipment Exchange in CONUS and Overseas for 
loan to interested units). 

20-8781 Ski Tips 

Rules for safe skiing are discussed by Lowell Thomas — Physical 
condition, choice and handling of equipment, controlled skiing, rules 
on the ski trail, and cooperation with ski patrol (23 min — 1958 — 
Color — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution limited to 1st, 5th, 
and 6th Army Central Film and Equipment Exchanges, USASEUR, 
USARAL, and EUSA), 

20-8783 Paddle a Safe Canoe 

Boarding, disembarking, paddling position and strokes — What to do 
when canoe capsizes — Life preserver and standard equipment require- 
ments — Handling canoe (15 min — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adap- 
tation). 

20-8784 Aim for Safety (Hunting Safety) 

Protective clothing — Safe movement in wooded area and proper 
crossing of barbed wire fences — Correct handling of gun and ammuni- 
tion — Correct hunting and shooting techniques — Proper methods of 

267 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MP No. 



20-8844 



20-8855 



20-8856 



20-8898 



20-8900 



20-8935 



20-8944 



carrying killed game (16 min — 1958 — Color — Commercial Adapta- 
tion — Distribution limited to one 16nim print to each Central Film 
and Equipment Exchange in CON US and OS — No additional prints 
available on reorder). 

Knowing's Not Enough (Safety) 

A test car accident portraj's the hazards of impatience, impukive- 
ness, impunity and improvising — Stresses safety awareness in job 
performance (28 miu — 1957 — Color — Commercial Adaptation — Dis- 
tributed to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CON US and 
Overseas) . 

Technical Training Film Bulletin No. 3! — Power Supplies (U) 

This film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— RESTRICTED DATA 
(23 min — 1958 — Color — Distribution limited to one each 16inm print 
to certain United States Army Service Schools and installations 
specified by USCONARC). 

Technical Training Film Bulletin No. 29— The Mark 39 Bomb (U) 

This film is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED DATA (26 min— 
1958 — Color — Distribution limited to one each 16mm print to certain 
United States Army Service Schools and installations specified by 
USCONARC). 

Flammable Liquid Fire Safety 

Discusses the hazards, precautions, and methods of extinguishing 
flammable liquid fires using hand and automatic extinguishing 
devices — Characteristics and causes of explosions are defined, giving 
attention to fire safeguards — Importance of automatic sprinklers is 
underscored (20 min — 1958 — Color). 

Safe Driving in Europe 

Driving rules applicable to England, France, and Germany — Pro- 
cedure for obtaining driving licenses in Europe — Custonjs and rules of 
the road — Dangers and safety requirements of winter driving — Courtesy 
to other drivers and pedestrians (15 min — 1958 — Distribution limited 
to one 16-mm print to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in 
CONUS, Army Terminals, and USAREUR— Air Force Film SEP 
528). 

Dehumidified Storage 

Fundamentals and advantages as ai)plied to storage of materials 
for national security — Cost of installing and maintaining storage 
system — Conversion of conventional warehouse to dehumidified 
installation — Short and long range storage — Periodic inspection 
(15 min — 1958 — Distribution to Army Film and Equipment Ex- 
changes in CONUS— Navy Film MN 8077). 

Big Picture, The — Operation Lifeline 

Role of logistics in military operations — Organization, methodsj 
and advantages of the modernized military supply system based on 
our defense commitments and new pentomic conc»'pt t»f military 
tactics — Report of 2d Hoover Commission Investigation (28 min — 
1958). 



268 



MF No. 
20-8948 



20-8949 



20-8950 



20-8951 



20-8952 



20-8953 



21-8424 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Defensive Driving Series — How to Follow Safely 

Reviews six traffic situations in whiclx car collisions occur — Vehicle 
ahead, behind, from opposite direction, approaching at an angle, 
passing you, and you passing vehicle — How to prevent accident with 
car ahead — Two elements involved in safe stoi)piiig distance; reactioa 
distance and braking distance (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to centraf 
film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional 
prints available — Commercial Adaptation). 

Defensive Driving Series — Don't Be a Sitting Duck 

How to prevent an accident with vehicle behind — Make smooth 
gradual stops — Give advance signals — Keep driver behind from 
riding your tail (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to cental film and equip- 
ment exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints available — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Defensive Driving Series — Stay Right Stay Safe 

How to prevent accidents with approaching vehicles — Stay to 
right of center lines — Decrease speed — Proper entry and rounding of 
curves — Give right-of-way when necessary (10 min — 1958 — Distribu- 
tion to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS — 
No additional prints available — Commercial Adaptation). 

Defensive Driving Series — What Right-of-Way? 

How to prevent accidents with vehicles approaching at an angle — 
Proper approach to intersections — Check traffic and assume right-of- 
way when safe (10 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS — No additional prints 
available — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Defensive Driving Series — The Art of Being Passed 

How to prevent an accident when another vehicle overtakes and 
passes you — Slow down and let him pass — How to change lanes — 
Make turns and pull out from parking zone (10 min — 1958 — Distribu- 
tion to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS — 
No additional prints available — Commercial Adaptation). 

Defensive Driving Series — How to Pass Safely 

How to overtake and pass a vehicle safely — Make sure you have a 
clear passing distance — Warn driver ahead — Pass quickly — When to 
pull back to right lane after your vehicle has passed (10 min — 1958 — 
Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS 
and OS — No additional prints available — Commercial Adaptation). 

Accent on Learning 

Acquaints instructors with audio-visual techniques used in the 
areas of fine arts, engineering, drawing, political science, geography, 
accounting, anatomy, and industrial engineering — Application of 
film strips, lantern slides, charts, models, lecture, demonstration, the 
blackboard, motion pictures, and field experience (30 min — 1955 — 
Commercial Adaptation) . 



269 



MF No. 
21-8433 



21-8505 



21-8797 



21-8933 



22-8025 



28-8250 



28-8251 



28-8252 



28-8253 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Easy Out (Effects of Dishonorable Discharge) 

Harmful results of a bad conduct discharge from service — Effects 
of a bad service record in civilian life (21 min — 1955 — Prom Navy 
Film MN 7904). 

Notebook Warrior 

This kinescope adaptation relates the story of a young musician's 
conflict in adapting to his Army environment (53 min — 1956 — 
Distribution limited to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CON US, USAREUR, and USAFFE— Commercial Adaptation). 

Trainfire I — A New Coarse in Basic Rifle Marksmanship 

Curriculum, methods, and techniques used — Advantages of new 
course over old course — Marksmanship and target detection training 
shown (17 min — 1958 — Color). 

Launching the Explorer 

Story of historic launching of the first U.S. earth satellite, "Ex- 
plorer I," on 31 January 1958, at Cape Canaveral, Florida, by the 
U.S. Army — Depicts the preliminary, intermediate, and final phases 
of the project — Forerunner of unlimited future in space (10 min — 
1958). 

The Way Ahead 

The story of a British Infantry platoon from its birth in a training 
depot to its baptism of fire (118 min — 1952 — Withdrawn from over- 
sea commands — From British Army Film BC 5406). 

The Sprints 

Fundamentals of sprinting mechanics centering around the 100- and 
200-yard dashes — Impact style and natural stretch stride — Synchro- 
nization of leg and arm action — Starting technique — Physical fitness 
exercises — Importance of smooth coordinated action (21 min — 1954 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

The Hurdles 

Fundamentals of basic hurdling styles — Adaptation of styles to 
varying physiques — Rear hip and leg motion — Body balance — Correct 
clearance — Physical fitness exercises (11 min — 1954 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

Broad Jump 

Fundamentals of the broad jump — The one, two, and three stride 
styles — Speed control — Timing and coordination — Physical fitness 
exercises (11 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 

High Jump 

Fundamentals of western roll jump and straddle jump — Body lean 
and reverse — Proper approacli — Coordination of arm and leg action — 
Special physical fitness and exercises for agility (11 min — 1954 — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 



28-8254 Shot Put 



Importance of rhythm — Control of tension — Finger and hand grip — 
Finger and wrist Hiiaj) — Foot position — Ex«'rcise8 to develop agility 
and speed (11 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 



270 



MF No. 
28-8255 



28-8256 



28-8257 



28-8258 



28-8259 



28-8266 



30-7964 



30-7965 



30-7966 



30-7967 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Pole Vault 

Basic vaulting principles — Fundamentals of western and eastern 
techniques — Running action — Proper grip — Selection of pole — 
Vaulting action — Exercises to develop jihysical fitness and agility 
(11 min — 1954 — Connnercial Adaptation). 

Discus 

Demonstrating the slow strong and the lightweight techniques of 
discus throwing — Principles of centrifugal force, proper grips, pivots, 
finger roll, and heel of thumb pressure (11 min — 1954 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

Javelin 

Javelin throwing techniques — Four-stage catapult throw — Pre- 
liminary run — Hand grip — Concluding stride — Throwing stance (11 
min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation) . 

The Relays 

Basic skills of running and passing in the relays — Proper pass for the 
right event — Visual pass — Blind pass — Right and left exchange — 
Relay starts (11 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Middle Distances 

Proper sprinting techniques of middle distance running — Ball-of- 
the-foot running — Automatic stride — Pendulum and bicycle strides 
(11 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Distances 

Proper style in running distances — Development of speed and stam- 
ina — Controlled tension — Forward knee reflex — Correct automatic 
stride (11 min — 1954 — Commercial Adaptation). 

Classified 

(63 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, DA— Film is classified SECRET). 

Classified 

(14 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, D/A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Classified 

(9 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, D/A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Classified 

(20 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, D/A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 



30-7968 Classified 



(13 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, D/A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 



271 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
30-7969 



30-7970 



30-7971 



30-7972 



30-7973 



30-7974 



30-8401 



30-8407 



30-8408 



30-8409 



Classified 

(9 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, D/A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Classified 

(19 min — 1953 — Exhibition limited to CIC i)ersonnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY, Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, D/A— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Classified 

(18 min — 1954 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, DA— Film is classified SECRET). 

Classified 

(8 min — 1954 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, DA— Film is classified SECRET). 

Classified 

(18 min — 1954 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on need-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, DA— Film is classified SECRET). 

Classified 

(12 min — 1954 — Exhibition limited to CIC personnel on nced-to- 
know basis ONLY. Other showings require authorization by ACofS 
G-2, DA— Film is classitjed SECRET). 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — River Crossings 

Soviet training film, with dubbed English narration, depicting 
Soviet river crossing techniques — Emphasis on flexibility, si>eed, and 
deception in river crossing operations (30 min — 1955 — Film Refer- 
ence) . 

Intelligence in Amphibious Operations (U) 

(25 min— Distribution limited to CFLs in CONUS; OS Exchanges 
and Service Schools of the Combat Arms — Film is classified CONFI- 
DENTIAL). 

Armies of the World — Tht Soviet Army — Reconnaissance 

Basic techniques of reconnaissance applied by Soviet Army in com- 
bat — Infantry reconnaissance during day and night operations — 
Soviet reconnaissance-in-force, showing how it is ustd to test enemy 
defenses and how it can expand to a full-fledged attack- — Emphasis 
on employment of prescribed techniques for success in battle (25 min — 
1955 — Film Reference). 

Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Use of Smoke 

A Soviet training film, with dubbed English commentary, explaining 
the application of smoke in combat operations by the Soviet Army - 
Typical situations where smoke is used for ptu'poses of deception and 
conccalnjcnt (19 min — 1955 — Film Ilcftrcnco). 



272. 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 

30-8423 Armies of the World— The Soviet Army— Artillery 

Characteristics and vise of major Soviet artillery weapons, showing 
mortars, gvms, antitank weapons, AA weapons, howitzers, and cap- 
tured German weapons — History and development of weapons for 
use in combat— Comparison with American models— Continued 
research, development, and production of weapons (25 min — 1955 — 
Film Reference). 

30-8327 Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Armor 

History and development of Soviet armor showing early and ad- 
vanced models — -Characteristics and tactical uses of Soviet armored 
vehicles — Research and development toward greater mobility and 
range of Soviet mechanized equipment (25 min — 1955 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

30-8432 Armies of the World — Soviet Partners in the Orient 

A Soviet training film with dubbed English commentary describing 
how communism came to dominate the Orient and her people — 
Political history of China since 1911 — Showing how internal dishar- 
mony and Soviet sponsorship molded the Red China of today and how- 
Soviet influences are reflected in North Korea and Indo-China (25 
min — 1955 — Distribution in CONUS and — Overseas — Film Refer- 
ence). 

30-8439 Armies of the World — Soviet Army — Camouflage 

Camouflage of men and equipment in wooded areas, on the desert, 
during winter operations, in rear areas at the main line of resistance 
(19 min— 1956 — Film Reference) 

30-8443 Armies of the World — Soviet European Satellites 

Background of events that led to Soviet domination over her 
European satellites — Use of Soviet propaganda and deception — How 
political capitulation efTected national economic, social, and military 
aspects — Current trend in satellite countries toward eventual active 
resistance for national freedom (33 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

30-8588 Armies of the World — Soviet Army Higher Headquarters in Combat 

Development and capabilities of Soviet Military High Command 
in late 1930's, WW II, and post war to present command structure 
and doctrine (40 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

30-8616 Armies of the World — Soviet Partisan Warfare 

Growth and development of partisan organization — Activity in 
WW II — Expansion after WW II — Role in Korea, Tibet, and Indo- 
China (34 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

30-8633 Armies of the World — The Soviet Army — Summer Training Cycle 

Military and political instruction of Soviet soldier — Basic drills, 
unit exercises, maneuvers, weapons, equipments — Army uniforms, 
insignia, and decorations (29 min — 1957 — Color — Film Reference). 

30-8656 Strategic Intelligence School — Area Film Studies — Number 1 — 
USSR 

A study of the geography, ethnic groups, social, economic and 
political aspects — Evaluation of USSR strengths and weaknesses (26 
min — 1956 — Film Reference). 



494599' 



273 



MF No. 
30-8657 



30-8670 



30-8672 



30-8697 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Strategic Intelligency School -Area Films Studies— Number 2— Far 

East 

Study of China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan — Their political signif- 
icance on the international scene (30 luin — 195G — FOR OFFICIAL 
USE ONLY— FUm Reference). 

Eyes of the Services 

Vac and capabilities of photographic intelligence in combat 
from Civil War days to the present — Advanced methods and equip- 
ments in use today (23 min — 1957 — Color — From Navy Film MN 
9267 — Distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in 
CONUS and overseas for loan to Intelligence personnel concerned). 

Strategic Intelligence School— Area Film Studies^Number 3 — 
Eastern Europe 

Study of Eastern European Soviet satellites since WW II — Rise of 
Communist influence and its effects in rural and urban life (27 rain — 
1956— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

Strategic Intelligence School — Area Film Studies — Number 4 — Africa 

Geographical, political, sociological, and economic aspects of four 
major areas of Africa: North Africa (excepting Egypt), the inde- 
pendent and emerging self-governing nations, colonial Africa, and 
European Africa (49 min — 1957 — Film Reference — -Distribution to 
Central Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and sleeted 
.service schools concerned- Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

The Case of Comrade "T" 

Experiences of a Communist agent in several industrial plants — 
Stress on awareness of security by individual worker (23 niin — 1956 — 
Color — Commercial Adaptation — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS). 

Strategic Intelligence School Area Film Studies — Number 7 — South 

Asia 

Study of South Asia, covering its geography, priuiary economic and 
political aspects, and major problems facing the nations within it — 
Relative importance to other world powers because of strategic trade 
rontons w'ithin its boundaries — Factors that impede economic develop- 
ment and status of each country (36 min— 1958 — ^Film Reference — 
Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). '^ 

30-8771 Strategic Intelligence School, Area Films Studies— Number 6— South- 
east Asia 

Appraisal of the Philippines, Indonesia, Burma, Thailand, Indo- 
China, and Malaya in terms of economic, political and military 
factors (33 min— 1«J57— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 
ONLY). 



30-8706 



30-8763 



30-8901 Strategic Intelligence School Area Films Studies— Number 9— 

Latin America 

Outlines the area in terms of geography, historical background, 
ethnic composition of the people, economic and political aspects, and 
strategic importance to the United States (41 min — 1958 — Film 



274 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



31-912 



31-7724 



31-7727 



31-7977 



31-7978 



31-8290 



33-7914 



33-8204 



33-8205 



Reference — Distribution to contra! film and equipment cxchanRCs in 
CONUS and Service Schools— P^ilm is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

Sky Blitz 

Captured German film of Nazi paratroopers taking Dutch bridge 
at Mocredijk (25 min — 1944 — F'ilm Reference). 

Exercise Sweetbriar 

Combined American and Canadian defense tactics against "aggres- 
sor" invaders of Alaska and Canada — Aggressors routed, forced to 
abandon attack, and driven off continent— Advantages of using air 
power for logistics, tactics, and strategy in cold weather operations 
(29 min— 1950) 

Hit the Beach 

Operation MIKI — Visualization of joint Army-Navy maneuvers 
in Pacific — Preparation and subsequent landings — Operation MIKI 
(Hawaiian translation for readiness) — Landing men and equipment — 
Necessity of high-level planning (18 min — 1950). 

Winter Movement on Skis 

Winter movement techniques for combat soldiers on skis — When 
and how^ to effect the three types of movements — Position of rifle 
during the movements — Individual protection against cold (18 min — 
1953). 

Firing Positions In the Winter 

How the combat soldier on skis assumes the prone, kneeling, and 
standing ready positions for fixing — Methods of providing for cover — 
Typical trenches for various positions — Camouflage — Rifle support — 
Adequate protection (13 min — 1953). 

Exercise Ski Jump 

Cold weather operations, in north temperate, subarctic regions, 
of a tactical unit — Equipment and techniques for personal and 
tactical survival — Survival in mountain operations (25 min — 1954). 

Psychological Warfare — A Combat Weapon in Korea 

Techniques and objectives of psychological warfare — Prominent 
role in Korea — Strategic propaganda a tactical science — Phases of 
army psychological propaganda program — Schools indoctrinate per- 
sonnel in nature, methods, and techniques — Invaluable support to 
fighting strength of combat troops (17 min — 1953). 

Photolithography — I — How to Make a Good Impression 

Three major methods of printing (lithography, letterpress, and 
gravure) — Emphasis on offset lithography process — Details of dupli- 
cating black and white and color originals by means of direct and 
photo offset lithography (25 min — 1955 — Color — Commercial Adap- 
tation). 

Photolithography — II — A Better Run for Your Money 

Effectiveness of printed advertising and its salesmanship value — 
Advantages of offset lithography over other forms of printing in 
advertising (20 min — 1955 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 



275 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



AfF No. 

35-945 We Serve 

Problems of the British Auxiliary Territorial Servi«e oflioer and her 
responsibilities (30 min — 1944 — Film Reference — From British Film 
BC 285). 

35-7858 No Greater Heritage 

Morale and the fine heritage of the Women's Army Corps (21 min — 
1951). 

38-7917 Yuma Test Station Facilities 

Showing the important role this Arizona station plays in the re- 
search and development program — Many branches of the army test 
men, equipment, and operations here under typical desert conditions 
(17 min— 1953— Color). 

38-7928 Fireball Phenomena at Bikini 

Depicting, by u.se of animation, the physical and chemical charac- 
teristics of the air burst at Bikini (5 min — 1953). 

38-7951 Design for Survival 

Conservation of raw materials in designing, planning, manufactur- 
ing, and purchasing military equipment — To prevent shortages and 
subsequent production cutbacks these suggested conservation methods 
should be employed: keep design simple; avoid overdesign; maintain 
standardization; use alternate materials; maintain equipment; collect 
and use scrap materials (23 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

38-8007 Quality Control Through Statistical Methods— Process Control 

Precision roller bearings used as an example of quality control 
through statistical methods — Measurement of several roller bearings 
from each batch of 100 — Then segregation into groups according to 
amount of tolerance from the exact size plus or minus — Quantities 
then plotted on graph to indicate whether finished product being 
turned out falls within acceptable quality standards — Typical steps 
taken to improve quality standards where necessary — Steps taken to 
increase quantity if quality standards are higher than necessary at 
the expense of quantity — Steady efficient production in accordance 
with specifications as.«(ured by statistical quality control measures 
(13 min— 1952— From Navy Film MNG621-A). 

38-8008 Quality Control Through Statistical Methods— Acceptance Sampling 

Statistical quality-.sampling methods for products and materials 
procured by armed forces contractors — Cheapness and efficiency of 
acceptance sampling — Plotting of results of sampling tests on operating 
characteristic curve which serves to predict the magnitude and fre- 
quency of variations from specification standards— Sequential sam- 
pling technique (17 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN6621-B). 

3^8441 Peelable Plastic Packaging 

Characteristics and uses of butyrate peelable plastic material in 
packaging and storage of critical parts — Manual and mechanical 
methods of application (15 miji — 1955). 

38-8512 The Engineered Performance Standards Program 

Purpose- How it works — Effectiveness — Specialized training course 
for work anaiyst.s— On-the-job experience — A.ssignments to study 

276 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



38-8554 



38-8555 



38-8556 



38-8557 



40-926 



40-1002 



40-1008 



40-1009 



40-1041 



Bpecific work operations — EPS Program in effect (16 min — 1955 — 
Distribution limited to film libraries servicing Signal Corps agencies 
specified by OCSigO— From Navy Film MN 7837). 

The Army Program System 

General concept and fundamentals of the Army Program System — 
Need, responsibilities, primary programs and their use — Three ele- 
ments of the system (development, execution, and review and analysis) 
(13 min — 1955 — Film Reference — Distribution in CON US and over- 
seas) . 

The Army Program System — Development "Planning What to Do" 

Channels and procedures in the development phase of program- 
ming — Actions taken after assignment of mission to the Army — 
Establishment of required programs — Preparation of program docu- 
ments and their use at major commands (13 min — 1955 — Film Refer- 
ence — Distribution in CON US and overseas). 

The Army Program System — Execution "Doing the Job" 

Procedures used to carry out jobs outlined in program development — 
Setting up and time-phasing of summary and operating schedules 
for programs at command level — Securing resources — Responsibilities 
of lower commands (11 min — 1955 — Film Reference — Distribution in 
CON US and overseas). 

The Army Program System — Review and Analysis "Checking on 
the Results" 

Explanation of review and analysis flow — Methods of analysis — 
Examples of an analysis of quantity, quality, economy, eflRciency, and 
substandard work — Summary and analysis — Use of results (10 min — 
1955 — Film Reference — Distribution in CONUS and overseas). 

Price of Rendova 

Combat operations in Rendova by American troops — Establishing 
beachhead — Invading jungle — Japanese dive bombers in a counter- 
attack (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Desert Victory 

History of the African campaign, WW II, British version — Rom- 
mel's forces driven across North Africa by British 8th Army (63 min — 
1944 — Film Reference — Withdrawn from oversea commands — From 
British Film BC 7525). 

War Department Report 

Report on the Army in WW II, as of 1944 (47 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference) . 

Battle of Midway 

Activities at and around Midway Island just before, during, and 
after the Battle of Midway (20 min— 1943 — Color). 

Attack— The Battle for New Britain 

Attacks on Arawe and Cape Gloucester on New Britain — From 
plan of attack to final victory (47 min — 1944). 



277 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MF No. 
40-1043 The Eve of Battle 

Activity on D-day-minus 1 — Eve before forces of US hit beaches 
of Normandy (20 min — 1944 — Withdrawn from oversea commands — 

From British Film BC 7559). 

40-1128 Action at Anguar 

Story of the 81st Infantry Division (27 min — 1945). 

40-1211 True Glory 

Invasion of Europe and victory over Nazis — Entire operation 
(83 min — 1945 — Withdrawn from all types of public exhibition). 

40-1212 Fury in the Pacific 

Amphibious assault of American troops in the Battles of Peleliu 
and Anguar (20 min— 1945— From Navy Film MN 9045). 

40-1336 Air Siege 

Air attacks on Ploesti oil fields by the 15th Air Force — Demolition 
of refineries by 19 August 1944 (21 min — 1947 — From Air Force Film 
SFP 175). 

40-7534 The Last Bomb 

Bomber and fighter operations in Far Eastern area — Dropping 
first atomic bomb (21 min — 1949 — Color — From Air Force Film 
SEP 193). 

40-7884 United Nations Campaign in Northeast Korea 

Relating progress of UN forces after their liberation of Seoul — 
Amphibious landings at Wonsan and Iwon — Capture of Pyongyang — 
UN forces weakened — Abandonment of Hungnam, largest amphibious 
evacuation in military history, completed on Christmas Eve, 1950 
(25 min — 1952 — Distribution limited to ZI). 

44-7556 NIKE (U) 

(58 min — 1949 — Limited distribution — Printing discontinued, alter- 
nate film MF 9-8175 may be used — Further distribution must be 
authorized by USCON ARC— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

44-8062 NIKE System Field Test (U) 

(7 min — 1952 — Color — Limited distribution — Printing discontinued, 
alternate film MF 9-8175 may be used — Film is classified CON- 
FIDENTIAL). 

44-8247 The Skysweeper — Emplacement and March Order 

Medium range AA gun mounted on bogies and towed by a prime 
mover — Nine-man gun section demon9trate.<» the nine steps for em- 
placement of weapons and the nine steps for march order (14 min — 

1954). 

44-8263 Guided Missiles of the Armed Forces (U) 

(14 min— 1954— Color— Distribution limited to CFL's in CONUS— 
From Navy Film MN 9191-C— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

44-8406 Visual Problems Induced by Supersonic Speeds 

Discussioji of complexity of visual prohlctns of ground observers 
and pilots in relation to aero-nu'dical, engineering and tactical a.s- 
pccts — iMielors jifTccting observation and idiMitification of sui)er8onio 



278 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



JiF No. 



44-8852 



4&-1278 



45-1279 



45-1295 

45-1426 

45-7533 

45-7545 
45-7552 



45-7561 



aircraft by ground observers and pilots — Application of electronic 
devices, such as radar, in solving observers' problems — Future role 
of such devices is stressed (47 min — 1955 — Color — Distribution 
limited to one print for each central film library and exchange in 
CON US and overseas). 

NIKE — For Defense of America 

The story of the development of the NIKE missile, in 1945, by 
Bell Telephone Laboratories and Douglas Aircraft Company — Reviews 
features and capabilities of NIKE, and illustrates the operation of a 
NIKE Battery under simulated tactical conditions (13 min — 1958 — 
Color — Distribution to Army Film and Equipment Exchanges in 
CONUS). 

Hell for Leather 

History of the 1st Cavalry Division — Horses used in combat until 
1943 — Hardships of jungle fighting — First to enter Leyte and then 
Tokyo (9 min— 1946). 

The Fighting First (Pride of Outfit Film) 

The 1st Infantry Division's eight campaigns and three invasions 
during WW II — Combat operations during these engagements — 
Attacks and counterattacks on foot, in truck, and in assault boats 
(13 min— 1946). 

Operation Thunderbolt 

Picked men trained for highly coordinated unit combining speed 
and striking power — The US constabulary forces — Purpose and 
methods of operation (14 min — 1947). 

The 82d Airborne Division (Pride of Outfit Film) 

History of 82d Airborne Division from WW I to and including 
WW II — Division in combat — Sicily, Salerno, Anzio, Normandy, 
Holland, and the Battle of the Bulge (21 min— 1948). 

Seventh Infantry Division (Pride of Outfit Film) 

History of four major campaigns fought by 7th Infantry Division — 
Attu, Leyte, Kwajalein, and Okinawa — Early training in Calif — 
Occupation duties in Korea (23 min — 1949). 

The Inauguration of President Truman 

Inauguration and highlights of inaugural address (18 min — 1949). 

Pass in Review 

Events in airborne, amphibious, and cold weather training — 
European and Pacific occupation — Army athletic events — Array 
news events — Recent technical developments — Strength in manpower 
and armament of infantry division — Need to maintain a strong 
Army, Navy, and Air Force (11 min — 1949). 

Made in Occupied Japan 

Revival of pottery industry in Japan — Processes involved in pot- 
tery making — Molding, shaping, baking, decorating, and packing 
(14 min— 1949). 



279 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 

4S-7S63 



45-7591 



45-7596 



45-7705 



45-7726 



45-7744 



45-7761 



45-7805 



45-7814 



45-7844 



45-7912 



Twelve Nations Sign North Atlantic Pact 

SiRninR North Atlantic Pact — Speeches by former Secretary of 
State Acheson and former President Truman emphasize purpose and 
benefits of pact — Representatives of each of 12 nations sign pact and 
make statement (14 min — 1949). 

Assignment Germany 

Occupation soldier's job in Germany — /Assignments for which men 
are best qualified — Rehabilitation of German business and industry — 
Re-establishing German democratic government and re-educating 
German people (14 min — 1949). 

Nuremberg 

War crime trials conducted by Allies at Nuremberg — Flash backs 
to various crimes against humanity committed by German High 
Command during WW II (7G min — 1949 — Can be used only in its 
entirety). 

The Famous Third Army 

General Patton's 3d Army advance into the heart of Germany — 
Strategy — Tactics — Air and logistical support (22 min — 1950). 

This is West Point 

Origin and mission of US Military Academy — Comprehensive view 
of life of cadet from time of entry to graduation (25 min — 1951). 

Edition Tokyo — A Story of the Press in Occupied Japan 

Importance of press in Japan today — Constitution of 1947 — New 
concept of human freedom and personal dignity — Free, respected, 
and courageous press — Accumulation of news and photographs — 
Printing processes — Distribution — Similarity of Japane.se news- 
paper techniques to our own (19 min — 1950). 

The First Forty Days 

Combat footage of first 40 day.s of operations in Korea (26 min — 
1950). 



Hail Alma Mater 

Familiar views of US Military Academy (6 min- 
tion limited to the ZI). 



-1951— Distribu- 



The 83d Infantry Division in Europe 

Omaha Beach landing — Relieving lOlat Airborne — I'igliting through 
hedgerows of Normandy — Taking St Malo — Surrender of 20,000 
Germans in Loire Valley — Battle of the Bulge — Hurling back enemy 
in the Ardennes — Drive of Elbe River (20 min — 1951). 

The Story of MDAP 

Formation of the Atlantic Pact Alliance — Enactment of Mutual 
Defen.se A.ssistanco Pact — Contributions by member nations (25 
mill— 1951). 

The Army ROTC. Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow 

IIOTC; training advantages — Development of leadership qualities — 
Parlicijmtion in civic duties (24 min —1952 — Color — Distribution 
limited to Zl, Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico). 



280 



MF No. 

45-7925 



45-7926 



45-7945 



45-7947 



45-7950 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Alliance for Peace 

Background events that led to the formation of the North Atlantic 
Treaty Organization — NATO mission purposes (40 min — 1952 — 
Distribution limited to ZI). 

Effective Utilization of Manpower in the US Army 

Problem of effective manpower utilization in the US Army — 
Scarcity of qualified military and civilian personnel emphasizes need 
for supervisors to utilize intelligently available manpower — Discussion 
of army program to combat shortage and to increase efficiency (23 
min— 1952). 

Helicopter Special Delivery 

How the helicopter has added mobility to the infantry — How river 
crossings are accomplished with a helicopter company — Helicopter 
delivery of men, artillery, ammunition, and return loads of wounded 
(11 min— 1953). 

Operation Blue Jay 

Construction aspects of the giant airbase at Thule, Greenland, built 
with the permission of the Danish government through the joint 
efforts of US armed forces' specialists and industrial experts (25 
min— 1953). 

This is Your Army 

A comprehensive picture of worldwide activities and operations of 
responsibilities of army — Nature and structure — Traditions and 
spirit — Mission (79 min — 1954 — Color). 

45-8198 The Unseen Army 

Definition and documentation of duties and responsibilities of 
civilian workers in the Ordnance Corps (23 min — 1954 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

45-8288 Adjustment to Military Life 

Adjustments a trainee is required to make in his transition from 
civilian to military life — Emphasis on physical and moral standards 
(18 min — 1954 — Film Reference), 

45-8354 Guided Missiles 

Developments in guided missiles — Principles of operation — Tactical 
use — Sepcialized training courses at Fort Bliss and at White Sands 
Proving Grounds — Brief history of development of the forerunner, 
the rocket (26 min— 1954). 

45-8355 It's Your America 

An American soldier, during his combat career, realizes the greatness 
of his country and determines to assume his share of the responsi- 
bilities of good citizenship upon his return to civilian life (31 min — 
1945 — Film Reference). 

45-8438 Letter from a Mother 

Report of an American Mother's feelings showing not only her 
deep affection for her son but an understanding of the role he must 
play in the defense of his country (10 min — 1955). 

281 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 

45-8440 



45-8521 



45-8562 



45-8568 



45-8573 



45-8575 



45-8586 



45-8589 



45-8615 



45-8652 



The Soldier's Mission and Responsibilities 

Soldier's inLssion and rcspouhiibilitics in defense of his country — 
Training and equipment offered him to meet the higfieat phy.sical, 
moral, and ment-al standards to help prepare himself for hattle (13 
min— 1955). 

The Making of a West Pointer 

Origin and mL-<sion of US Military Academy — Its traditions and 
ceremonies — Comprehensive view of life of cadet from time of entry 
to graduation — Course of study — Ilecreational activities (40 min — 
1955 — Color — Distribution in CON US and overseas). 

The Steel Ring (AA Defense of US) 

Vulnerability of the US to sneak atomic attack — Iladar and AAA 
defense centers composing the complicated defense perimeter known 
as the "Steel Ring" — Specially trained personnel operating the 
system (26 min — 1955). 

Concept for Victory — A Message to the Personnel of the US Army 
by General M. B. Ridgway 

General M. B. Ridgway discusses the mission of the Army in war, 
the vital role of ground forces, and the importance of the ground 
fighting man (16 min — 1955). 

The Rack 

Depicting, in story form, the problems related to the standards of 
conduct required of military persoimel after capture by the enemy 
(60 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and exchanges in CON US 
and overseas — Commercial Adaptation). 

Field Training for ROTC 

Intended for ROTC cadets who are about to attend six-week field 
training course at ROTC summer camps— Depicts life and training 
at a typical general military science ROTC camp at Tort Hcnning — 
Stress on development of quality of leadership (48 min — 1956 — Color — 
Film Reference). 

The Role of the Army 

Role and responsibilities of the US Army in defending the security 
of the nation (25 min — 1955). 

Men 17 to 18V4— Your Future and the New Reserve Law 

Designed to interest teen-age youthn in joining Army Reserve — 
Defines provisions of new Reserve Forces Act of 1955 (12 min — 1955 — 
Distribution in CON US only). 

Operation Noah 

Work of engineers and other services in rehabilitation of North- 
eastern United States hit by Hash Hoods in the Summer, 1955 (29 
min — 1956 Distribution in CON US and overseas). 

A Look at Your Army 

A message from General Maxwell D. Taylor, Army Chief of Staff, 
on the vital role of the Army and the merits of an Army career (12 
min- 1956). 



282 



[NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
45-8694 



45-8698 



45-8709 



45-8710 



45-8711 



45-8712 



45-8713 



45-8798 



45-8936 



46-8358 



46-8359 



Take 6 

Designed to interest teen-age youths in joining the NG — Explains 
National Guard military training under provision of new Reserve 
Forces Act of 1955 (11 min— 1956). 

Nike for the Defense of Your Community 

Guided tour of typical NIKE installation in Upper Marlboro, 
Maryland — How it operates to defend the nation's capital (13 min — 
1956 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CON US and Overseas for use by PIO's). 

The Do It Yourself Peace 

Narrated by John Daly — Develops the theme that strength in 
Reserve is the foundation for peace (27 min — 1956). 

A Tale of 2,000 Cities 

Narrated by Edward R. Murrow — Traces development of strong 
American military force since World War II — Develops theme of 
strength in reserve as power against Communism (25 min — 1956). 

Fire Power 

Narrated by Edward R. Murrow — Develops the theme of prepared- 
ness with trained men and effective fire power as the strength required 
to maintain the peace (25 min — 1956). 

The Man in Two Places 

Narrated by John Cameron Swayze — Develops the theme of strength 
in Reserve as the power for peace (27 min — 1956). 

One If By Land 

Narrated by Walter Cronkite — Theme of military preparedness in 
Reserve as the power for peace and survival in case of atomic war 
(27 min— 1956). 

Our Sons (Recruiting for USAR) 

Explains New Reserve Forces Act, outlining the Army Reserve 
Enlistment Program for men 17 to 18}^ and 18 to 26 years of age (36 
min— 1958— Color). 

The Big Picture — The Pentomic Army 

The organization of the modern army and major elements of the 
new tactical concept are discussed — New type nuclear and conven- 
tional weapons are demonstrated — New air and ground transportation 
equipment are shown (28 min — 1958 — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS, USARAL, USARPAC, and USAR- 
FANT). 

Land Based Helicopter Operations — Functions 

Evaluation of the helicopter's versatility in direct tactical support 
of transmission of men and weapons, wire communication, rescue 
work and evacuation of wounded (10 min — 1954 — From Navy Film 
MN 7411- A). 

Land Based Helicopter Operations — Precautions 

Capability and versatility of the helicopter in performing various 
missions — Emphasis on Precautions that should be taken to safeguard 



283 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

AfF No. ,-/. -^U 

plane, cargo, and personnel (11 min — 1954 — From Navy Film MN 
7411-Ii). 

4ft-8574 Army Helicopters 

History and use of helicopters in Army Aviation — Training of heli- 
copter pilot,s at the Army Aviation School, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma (15 
min — 1955 — Distribution to central filni and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and overseas — Commercial Adaptation). 

46-8905 Helicopter— Vibrations and Resonance — Part 3 — Vibrations in the 
H-21 

How to recognize, how to determine .source, and corrective action 
required for each type of vibration — ("overs vertical, lateral, medium 
and high frequency, and fuselage vibrations — Vibrations cau.sed by 
blades out of track and loose transmission bolts (5 min — 1958 — Air 
Force Film Nr TF l-5l02e). 

46-8910 Helicopters — Emergency Procedures— Part 4 — Emergency Proce- 
dures in the H-21 

Recovery from stalls — Settling with power — Recovery from servo 
system failure — Procedures employed in ca.se of fire and ditching with 
passengers (5 min— 1958 — Air Force Film Nr TF l-51(>2j). 

54-1112 Stock Control at War 

Stock control as the most expeditious means of getting supplies — 
Delivering supplies where needed (20 min — 1945). 

54-1114 C.O.D. Saipan 

Loading supplies at Hawaii — Convoy to battle area — Naval 
barrage and strafing at H-hour — Invasion of the island — Constant 
flow of vital supplies (23 min — 1945). 

55-1135 Rolling to the Rhine 

Importance of trucks in maintaining supply lines in Europe during 
WW II (9 min— 1945), 

55-1311 Training Film for Amphibious In.struction 

Amphibious techniques in combat t^ken from WW II Coniljat 
Bulletins (66 min— 1947— Limited to ZI). 

55-7948 The Army Transportation Corps 

History, respoii.<<ibiIitics, training program, and currrnf ojKTations 
at ports of embarkation and in lOurope and Korea (27 min — lO.'i^ 
Distribution limited to Cla.ss II TC Installations and central film 
libraries in CONUS). 

55-7952 Transportation Corps Operations SUNAC 

Tiie 373d Transportation Port making final i)reparati()ns for an 
important mission in support of North Atlantic Command in arctic 
area — Physical characteristics of docks and installfttioiis in Far 
North — Varied and iiigenious cargo handling methods and field 
expedients (27 min — 1953). 

55-8044 Navigation ('harts 

Meaning, advantages, and limitations of Mcrcator, gnomonio, and 
Lambert conformal prujectiona (15-min — 1952 — From Navy Film 
MN 83- li). 



284 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
55-8045 



55-8046 



55-8047 



55-8048 



55-8049 



55-8050 



55-8051 



55-8052 



55-8053 



55-8150 



Dead Reckonini^ 

Basic plan of Mark 3 board, animating a small-scale problem as it is 
worked out on the board — Plots in geographic position and solution of 
wind problem (20 min — 1952— From Navy Film MN 83-G). 

Navigation — Piloting (Surface) 

Importance of accurate piloting and use of bearing circle, compass 
repeater, and alidade in securing bearings (18 min — 1952 — F'rom Navy 
Film MN 83-H). 

Navigation — Fog Piloting 

Navigating the Savannah River from Hampton Roads to Phila- 
delphia Navy Yard during heavy fog — Charting courses with positions 
judged by fathometers, radio directional bearings, and diaphone (23 
min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 83- V). 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Halifax Incident 

How the Halifax disaster was caused by misinterpretation of a 
ship's whistle signal — International rules — Importance of taking 
bearings — Definition of selected nautical terms (26 min — 1952 — From 
Navy Film MN 202-A). 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Meeting Steam Vessels 

Five examples of steam vessels meeting on high seas and inland 
waters — FVoper whistle signals for each situation — How to figure the 
degree of turn of a vessel at various distances (17 min — 1952 — From 
Navy Film MN 202-K). 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Overtaking Situation 

Whistle signals to be used on the high seas when overtaking and 
three examples of use — The whistle system for inland waters and four 
examples of use — Applications of rules for overtaking vessels in narrow 
channels (15 min— 1952— From Navy Film MN 202-N). 

Rules of the Nautical Road — Crossing Steam Vessels 

Definition of the term crossing — Examples of general rules for both 
international and inland waters — Use of whistle signals in crossing 
situations (15 min— 1952— From Navy Fihn MN 202-R). 

Aids to Navigation — How to Use Navigational Aids 

Use of nautical charts showing navigational aids — Identification of 
various symbols found on charts (7 min — 1952 — Color — From Navy 
FUm MN 202-AC). 

Navigation — Interpretation of Bearings, Single Lines of Position 

Reciprocal bearing — Celestial lOP's — Fixes — Intercept toward and 
away — Determining ground speed, wind direction, and velocity — 
P*roper procedure for plotting a course (19 min — 1952 — From Navy 
FUm MN 507-C). 

A Day in Court 

Point out that traffic safety is a problem of gravest importance to 
the nation — Responsibility of individual driver — A solution to the 
problem may be to change driver's habits and attitudes (32 min — 
1952 — Distribution limited to CON US — Commercial Adaptation). 



285 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
55-8158 



55-8243 



55-8244 



55-8245 



65-8411 



55-8412 



55-8454 



55-8455 



55-8456 



55-8457 



Helicopter Orientation, Introduction to Rotary Wing Plight 

A briof history of the developiuent of the helicopt<.r — Varied uses 
in peacetime and wartinio aviation — Aerodynamic principles of 
rotary-wing flight — Animation and live scenes show primary functions: 
vertical flight, horizontal flight, and directional control (28 min — 
1953— Distribution limited to CONUS— From Navy Film MN 
7306-A). 

Tractor Sled Operations (Icecap — II) 

Successful tests conducted by Transportation Corps in summer of 
1953 to determine practicability of hauling heavy tonnages over the 
Greenland Icecap (10 min — 1955 — Color). 

Railroad Freight Handling — Ichabod, the Man Without a Head 

Right and wrong methods of handling freight — Proper loading, un- 
loading, and stowing can prevent damage, cost, and danger resulting 
from improper methods (15 min — 1954 — Color — Commercial Adap- 
tation). 

Icecap — II 

Successful test mission of the Army Transportation Corps expedi- 
tion, 110 miles across the icecap of Greenland in 1953 — Test of capa- 
bilities of men and equipment under arctic conditions (28 min — 1954). 

Shipbuilding Safety — Rigging: Making a Safe Lift 

Three basic steps for making a safe lift: make a safe plan, use safe 
gear, use gear safely — A safe lift eliminates danger in shipyards during 
rigging operations (20 min — 1955 — From Navy Film MN 7486-B). 

Shipbuilding Safety — Rigging: Maintenance and Care of Gear 

Three rules for proper care and maintenance of rigging gear: handle 
gear correctly, overhaul gear thoroughly, test gear regularly (19 min — 
1955— From' Navy Film MN 7486-C). 

Combat Loading — Part II — Indian Joe 

Scenes of beachhead at IWO showing importance of smooth flow of 
supplies in landing operation — problem of combat loading a Marine 
Division for landing operation (4 min — 1955 — Color — Distribution to 
central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation 
Command— From Marine Film No. MH-5343B). 

Amphibious Warfare— Handling the Landing Craft 

Shows how LCM-3'.s, LCP's, and LCV's are launched from a trans- 
port, loaded alongside, and stowed aboard ship (15 min — 1955 — Dis- 
tribution to central film aud equipment exchanges in CONl'S and 
Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN-942D). 

The LST— Employment 

LST employment, combat loading, loading cargo, transportation, 
and discharge; of LVT's and Dl'KW's, Tran.sport QM's duties (19 
min — 1950— Distribution to central film and eciuipiui-nt exchanges in 
CONTS HndTransi)()r(ution O^immand — Froni Navy Film MN 302U). 

Amphibious Ships, Crafts, and Vehicles 

This film describes ntun(>rous types of landing craft, amphibious 
vehicles and control ships and their salient features (21 min — 1955 — 



286 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



55-8458 



65-8459 



55-8460 



55-8461 



5&-8462 



55-8463 



55-8464 



55-8465 



Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Command — From Marine Film MH 7483). 

Amphibious Warfare, The LCVP— Pt II— Boat Handling 

Demonstration of equipment checks, before starting engine checks, 
and gear checks are demonstrated — All phases of boat handling and 
securing are explained (19 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film 
and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — 
From Navy Film MN 4306B). 

Amphibious Warfare, The LCM (3) Operation 

Describes primary and advanced boat handling — Use of ramp in 
emergency and anchor — Unloading of a boat from ship (21 min — 
1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 
4307B). 

Lookout Training — Your Importance 

Explanation of Lookout's duties, stressing importance of constant 
vigilance and immediate report (contact first, then follow up) (4 min — 
1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 16N). 

Lookout Training — Bearings 

Procedure for determining relative bearings from line of ships course 
is discussed and demonstrated with models — Explains correct termi- 
nology (4 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 16R). 

Lookout Training — Lookout 

Sky, horizon and surface, search — Estimation of relative bearing 
and position angle — Care of binoculars (23 min — 1955 — Distribution 
to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transporta- 
tion Command — From Navy Film MN 16U). 

Navigation — The Earth 

Poles, great circles, parallels, meridians, longitude, latitude, nautical 
mile and departure (20 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — 
From Navy Film MN 83 A). 

Navigation — Nautical Astronomy 

By animation shows how the celestial coordinates are placed in 
relation to earth — Describes use of declination, zenith point, nadir 
line, etc. (18 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy 
Film MN 83C). 

The Gyro Compass — Principles of the Gyroscope 

Principles of Gyroscop>e — Shows 3 degrees of freedom of Gyroscope — 
Further study of precision, rigidity, and apparent rotation (10 min — 
1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command— From Navy Film MN 
1792 A). 

287 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
g&-8466 



55-8467 



55-8468 



55-8469 



55-8470 



55-8473 



55-8474 



55-8475 



55-8477 



The Gyro Compass — The Gyroscope and the Earth's Rotation 

How a simple gyrosoope becomes a gyro compass — Principles of 
rigidity and precision, and apparent rotation and gravity (10 nun— 
1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 
1792B). 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyroscope and Gravitation 

Theory and operation of Pendulous and Mercury ballistic type 
compasses — Effect of gravity upon gyroscope (12 min — 1955 — Dis- 
tribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 1792C). 

The Gyro Compass — The Gyro Becomes a Compass 

Why gjTO turns toward meridian — How its motion is damped — 
How it is kept on meridian (15 min — 1955 — Distribution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Com- 
mand—From Navy Film MN 1792D). 

The Gyro Compass — The Compass Systems 

Five major assemblies of a Sperry Mark 14 Gyro Compass — Opera- 
tion of foUowup and repeater systems (16 min — 1955 — Distribution 
to central film and equipment exchanges in CONl'^S and Transporta- 
tion Command— From Navy Film MN 1792E). 

Officer of the Deck— At Sea— Pt I 

For Officer indoctrinees and Midshipmen information — Routine and 
unusual incidents e.g. — Man overboard and near-collision (26 min — 
1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and Transportation Command^From Navy Film MN 
3212A). 

Handling, Stowing, and Transportation of Explosives as Cargo on 
Board Merchant Vessels 

Describes the loading capacity and stowage facilities of a Liberty 
type vessel, showing: cargo booms and hatches; handling gear; 
boiler and engine room — Demonstrates use of the hoist in unloading 
and loading bombs with protective rings, nose fuzes and tails; torpedoes 
(65 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 3313). 

Damage Control — Investigation to Damage 

Shows damage control organization and emphasizes importance of 
careful investigation and reporting (18 min — 1955 — Color — Distri- 
bution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 4920D). 

Damage ('ontrol— Elements of Stability in Ships 

Employs miniature hull in glass tank tilled with water to explain 
principle of buoyancy and gravity — EfTects of loading on stal)ility — 
Period of roll of ship (37 min — 1955— Distribution to central film 
and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — 
From Navy Film MN 6 IF). 

Painting Ships and Boats 

Demonstrates technique of handling paint: opening, mixing, 
stirring, boxing, dijjping, laying-on, and laying-ofT paint (9 min — 



288 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 



55-8478 



55-8479 



55-8481 



55-8482 



55-8483 



55-8484 



55-8485 



65-8486 



1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CON US and Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 
76C). 

Painting Ships' Bottoms — Sandblasting 

Continuous or intermittent sandblast equipment, iiow it is set up 
and used, and liow operator is clothed during operation (10 min — 
1956 — Color — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges 
in CONUS and Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 
2528 A). 

Painting Ships' Bottoms — Hot and Cold Plastic Anti-fouling Paint 

Discusses and illustrates: painting ships bottoms with hot and 
cold plastic anti-fouling paints — Good conditions for painting — 
Preparation of paint and safety (10 min — 1955 — Distribution to cen- 
tral film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation 
Command— From Navy Film MN 2528B). 

Handling a Lifeboat Under Oars — Rowing — Part I 

Shows proper wrist and body movements in rowing — Points out 
four phases of a complete stroke (12 min — 1055 — Distribution to 
central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation 
Command— From Coast Guard Film MG 2160A), 

Handling a Lifeboat Under Oars — Commands — Part H 

Explains commands pertinent to handling lifeboat under oars — 
Shows proper stance for coxswain and men (10 min — 1955 — Distribu- 
tion to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Trans- 
portation Command — From Coast Guard Film MG 2150B), 

Shipbuilding Skills — Nomenclature of Ship's Fundamentals 

Shows elementary ship's directory — Explains base, center, water, 
buttock, and frame lines — Study of ship's structure (20 min — 1055 — 
Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 2334 A). 

Shipbuilding Skills — Ship's Blueprints Basic 

Explains and illustrates steel structural elements used in ship- 
building — Shows how they are depicted on a blueprint (21 min — 1955 — 
Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Commands — From Navy Film MN 2335 A). 

Shipbilding Skills— The Shipfitter— Lifting Templates for a Founda- 
tion 

Teaches how to lift a template within the hull of a ship — Shows 
how to transfer the shape of the hull by use of measurements and 
cardboard (23 min— 1956— From Navy Film MN 2338 A). 

Shipbuilding Skills— Shipfitter— Simple Foundation— Part H 

Shows how layout man develops job from the templates — Use of 
shears, burning torch, cold press and punch (16 min — 1955 — Dis- 
tribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 2338C). 



494599"— 59- 



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289 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF Xo. 
55-8487 



55-8488 



55-8489 



55-8523 



55-8524 



55-8525 



55-8526 



55-8527 



55-8528 



56-8529 



55-8530 



Shipbuilding Skills — Coppert>mi(h — Flaring and Reducing 

Flaring and reducing tubing — Annealing, bumping, cleaning, and 
finishing — Shaping of copper plates (by hand methods) (18 nun — 
1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in 
CON US and Transportation Commands — From Navy Film MN 
2346A). 

Shipbuilding Skills — Blacksmith — Calculating and Bending Rings and 
Links 

Linear calculation of stock — Forming of rings and links — Forge 
welding — Use of hand tools (21 min — 1955 — Distribution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transjjortation 
Commands— From Navy Film MN 2350 A). 

Safety in Navy Yards 

Danger in not wearing safety apparel, safety rules for traffic, 
lifting, welding, etc. (16 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film 
and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — 
From Navy Film MN 1921A). 

Sheet Metal — Hand Method of Forming 

Metal bumping on stakes, dollies, sand bag, bumping mould, and 
bending block (20 min— 1955 — From Navy Film MN 26). 

Rotary Machines 

Operation and care — How to bead, flange, and crimp sheet metals 
(20 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 27). 

Machine Methods of Forming Sheet Metal 

How to curve sheet metal and shape curved parts (20 min — 1955 — 
From Navy Film MN 28). 

Bar Folder 

Adjustments and parts — Use in making flanges and hems (10 min — 
1955— From Navy Film MN 29). 

The Diesel Engine — Scavenging and Supercharging 

Operation of 2-stroke cycle, single and double acting engines and 



opposed engine — Scavenging and supercharging air (16 min- 
From Navy Film MN 42B). 



1955 



Diesel Engine Governors — GM Scries 71 

Oi)cration of main governor as-^embly — Action through low, inter- 
mediate, and high speed ranges (12 min — 1955 — From Navy Film 
MN 44 B). 

Diesel Lubrication and Cooling Systems — GM 71 Series 

How oil courses through and lubricates each component i)art — 
Action of ventilation system (12 min — 1956 — From Navy Film 
MN 45-R). 

Diesel Engine Fuel Systems 

Basic structure — Operation of injectors and fuel pumps — Examina- 
tion of air injector, Bosch, GM and Excello eciuipnient (39 min — 
1955— From Navy Film MN 46-A). 



290 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
65-8531 



55-8532 



55-8533 



55-8534 



55-8535 



55-8536 



55-8537 



55-8538 



55-8539 



55-8540 



Cooper Bessmer Diesel Engine Fael Injection Systems 

Operation of fuel injection system — Examination of fuel pump — 
Fuel delivery and pressure (14 min — 1955 — Distribution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CON US and Transportation Com- 
mand — From Navy Film MN 46-B). 

Progressive Maintenance Diesel Propulsion Engine 

Disassembly of main bearing, inspection and cleaning of bearing 
shells — Reassembly of bearing (17 min — 1956 — Distribution to 
central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation 
Command— From Navy Film MN209D). 

Gray Marine Diesel Goes to War 

Twenty-two step procedure for starting new engine or after an 
inactive period of a week (14 min — 1955 — Distribution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Com- 
mand — Commercial Adaptation). 

Gray Marine Diesel Goes to War — Service and Maintenance 

Service and maintenance after 10, 20, 50, 150, 250, and 1,000 hours 
of continuous running (25 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film 
and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Com- 
mand — Commercial Adaptation). 

Gray Marine Diesel — GM Unit Injector — Removal and Replacement 

Removal of defective injector — Replacement with spare — -Timing 
and equalizing (12 min— 1955 — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Gray Marine Diesel — GM Unit Injector — Cleaning and Repairing 

Disassembly, cleaning, inspecting and repair of injector and check 
valve, popping injector test (25 min — 1955 — Distribution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Com- 
mand — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Making a Wire Template 

Full-scale drawing and procedures for bending template (19 min — 
1955— From Navy Film MN 2337-B). 

Making a Hot Bend 

Complete process, from selecting pipe and packing with sand, to 
heating and bending (19 min— 1955— From Navy Film MN 2337C). 

General Motors Diesel Engine Unit Injector — Maintenance 

Disassembly, cleaning, and inspection of parts — Lapping of check 
valves (18 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command— From Navy 
Film MN 2769 A). 

General Motors Diesel Engine Unit Injectors — Disassembly and 
Assembly Model 278 

Disassembly and reassembly procedures — Timing of rack — Testing 
assembled injector (18 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and 
equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — 
From Navy Film MN 2769 B). 



291 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MF No. 
55-8541 



55-8542 



55-8543 



55-8544 



55-8545 



55-8546 



55-8547 



55-8548 



55-8549 



General Motors 1&-278A Diesel Engine — Disassembly 

Inspection of blower rotors and jiistons — Removal of heads of wear 
ridge, connecting rod bearing — Pulling of 1 piston (35 min — 1955 — 
Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS 
and Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 3707A). 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Bearings 

Removal of main bearing — Inspection, "miking" and installation of 
bearing shells (10 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equip- 
ment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From 
Navy Film MN 3707B). 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Part I — Reassembly 

Installation of liner, piston assembly, cylinder head and rocker level 
assembly (22 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and Transportation CommaDd — From Navy 
Film MN 3707C). 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Part II— Reassembly- 
Head 

Installation of injector and controls, valve bridges and rocker shaft — 
Assembly and timing of injector and exhaust (26 min — 1955 — Distribu- 
tion to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Trans- 
portation Command — From Navy Film MN 3707D). 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Part I— Bench Work 

Removal of valves, over speed trip assembly, transfer block and 
check valve (12 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film and equip- 
ment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Command — From 
Navy Film MN 3707E). 

General Motors ie-278A Diesel Engine — Part II— Bench Work 

Cleaning and inspection head — "miking" guides and valves — 
Resurfacing and lapping valves (19 min — 1955 — Distribution to 
central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation 
Command— From Navy Film MN 3707F). 

General Motors 16-278A Diesel Engine — Part III — Bench Work 

Installation of valves, over speed trip, transfer block — Testing valve 
and relief valve assembly — Starting air check valve (12 min — 1955 — 
Distribution to central film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and 
Transportation Command — From Navy Film MN 3707G). 

General Motors 1G-278A Diesel Engine— Part IV— Bench Work 

Disassembly of piston — Inspection and miking of piston com- 
ponents — Checking ring clearance — Reassembly of piston and rod and 
inspection — Miking of liner (26 min — 1956 — Distribution to central 
film and equipment exchanges in CONUS and Transportation Com- 
mand—From Navy Film MN3707H). 

Servicing the Zero Lash Valve Adjusters in Diesel Engines 

Operation, maintenance, and repair of valve (37 min — 1955 — 
Distribution to central film and e(|uipn>ont exchangeH in CONUS and 
Transpijrtation Command — Commercial Adaptation). 



292 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MFNo. 

55-8577 Aircraft Engines — Part 3 — Carburetion 

Various types of carburetor systems — Principles of operation with 
aircraft engines (3G min — 1955 — Distribution limited primarily to 
central film libraries in CONUS— From Air Force Film TF 1-137). 

55-8769 Safe Driving in Bad Weather— Part I— Light Vehicles 

Rules and proper techniques for driving in rain, snow, and ice, and 
on level, curved, and sloping roads — Winter driving aids and precau- 
tions (17 min— 1957— From Air Force Film TF 1-5013). 

55-8770 Safe Driving in Bad Weather— Part II— Trucks and Tractor-Trailer 

Rules and proper techniques for driving in bad weather, on level 
and inclined terrain — Winter driving equipment — Prevention and 
correction of skids (15 min— 1957— From Air Force Film TF 1-5013). 

60-1323 Operations Crossroads 

Able and Baker navy tests of atomic bomb — Test Able shows 
efifects of bomb dropped on fleet of warships in Bikini Lagoon — Test 
Baker shows effects of bomb exploded underwater (28 min — 1947 — 
Color— From Navy Film MN 5345). 

60-7732 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Organization and Concept (U) 

(24 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 
60-7733 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Planning and Intelligence (U) 

(24min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

60-7734 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Training and Movement to the 
Objective (U) 
(16 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

60-7735 Amphibious Warfare Instruction— Mine Warfare and Underwater 

Demolition Team Operations (U) 

(15 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 
60-7736 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Naval Gunfire Support — Part I (U) 

(26 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 
60-7737 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Naval Gunfire Support — Part II (U) 

(24 min — 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 
60-7738 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Air Operations (U) 

(24 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

60-7739 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Ship to Shore Movement (U) 

(22 min— 1950— Film is classified CONITDENTIAL.) 

60-7740 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Communications (U) 
(14 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

60-7741 Amphibious Warfare Instruction — Logistics (U) 

(23 min— 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

60-8246 Amphibious Instruction — Tank and Armored Amphibians (Landing 
Force) (U) 

(24 min— 1954— From Navy Film MN 6560- P— Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL). 



293 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

UF No. 
61-1015 It's Our Job 

Proper supervision of employees (39 min — 1944 — Distribution lim- 
ited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

61-1049 Machine Transcription — Transcription Technique 

Prop>er phrasing — Dictation at various sfjeeds — Preparing for day's 
work, composing letters, and correcting mistakes (21 min — 1944 — 
Distribution to ZI— From Navy Film MN 1562- B), 

61-1050 Take a Letter, Please 

Common faults of jsersons dictating — Dictating and use of the 
Ediphone and Dictaphone (22 min — 1944 — Distribution limited to ZI). 

61-1093 For Safety's Sake 

Precautions while using portable power tools — Maintenance and 
care of the tools (15 min — 1944 — Commercial Adaptation). 

61-1100 Suggestion Power 

Improved efficiency in the war effort — "Ideas for Victory," War 
Department's suggestion program (18 min — 1944). 

61-1165 Another Snowball Conference 

Wasting time in unplanned conferences (10 min — 1945). 

61-1206 A New Supervisor Takes A Look At His Job 

Superintendent briefs new supervisor on his responsibilities (13 
min — 1945 — From Office of Education Film No. 150). 

61-1207 Placing the Right Man On The Job 

Reassignment of job misfits to different jobs, resulting in happier 
workers and increased production (13 min — 1945 — From Office of 
Education Film No. 156). 

61-1257 Supervision — Dealing With Dissatisfied Employees 

Analyzing causes of discontent and adjusting difficulties — Adopting 
proper attitude — Getting the story straight when dealing with a 
problem employee — Always being accessible — Taking quick action 
(14 min— 1946^From Navy Film MN 3425- A). 

61-1258 Supervision — Budgeting Time and Effort 

Specific techniques used in budgeting time and effort — Checking 
work each morning — Definite inspection plans — Checking vinfinished 
work at end of day — Training and orienting now enqjioyees — Dele- 
gating routine work — Budgeting time to allow for unforeseen emer- 
gencies (17 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN-342-B). 

61-1259 Supervision — Developing Cooperation 

Right and wrong ways of supervision — Cooperation among workers 
(15 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN 3425-C). 

61-1260 Supervision — Building Morale 

Techniques in building and maintaining morale — Taking responsi- 
bility — Giving credit for new ideas and a job well done — Being loval 
to management — Training men in their jol)s and encouraging initia- 
tive — Considering new ideas and helping present then> (11 min — 
1946— From Navy Film MN 3425- D). 

294 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MFNo. 
61-1261 Supervision — Creating Job Interest 

Creating interest in a job — Providing outlets for employee's am- 
bition — Encouraging pride in the organization — Satisfying worker's 
desire to learn new things — Building interest in the job — Delegating 
responsibility (11 min— 1946— From Navy Film MN 3425-E). 

61-1432 Maintaining Good Working Conditions 

Part played by supervisors in maintaining good work conditions — 
Examples of increased production and better satisfied workers as a 
result of such conditions (9 min — 1951 — From Office of Education 
Film No. 152). 

61-7619 Working With Other Supervisors 

Supervisors discuss one of their number who has been unable to 
work harmoniously with them (8 min — 1951 — From Office of Educa- 
tion Film No. 153). 

61-7620 Every Minute Counts 

Absenteeism and tardiness as it afifects a supervisor — Remedies (10 
min — 1951 — From Office of Education Film No. 161). 

61-7621 The Supervisor As A Leader — Part I 

Qualifications of a good supervisor (14 min — 1951 — From Office of 

Education Film No. 168). 

61-7622 The Supervisor As A Leader — Part 11 

Qualities of leadership (13 min — 1951 — From Office of Education 
Film No. 169). 

61-7695 Flow Process Chart and How To Use It 

Efficiency of operating procedures, whether in a supply depot, on 
a production line, or in an administrative office, improved by use of 
flow process chart — Working up a flow process chart on several types 
of operations — Violations of operating efficiency — Corrective measures 
(15 min — 1951 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

61-7764 Planning and Laying Out Work 

Necessity for careful planning before starting a job — Serious results 
of poor planning (10 min — 1951 — From US Office of Education Film 
No. 151). 

61-7765 Instructing The Worker On The Job 

Proper and improper methods of instruction (14 min — 1951 — From 
US Office of Education Film No. 155). 

61-7766 Supervising Workers On The Job 

Poor supervision practices contrasted with better methods (10 
min— 1951— From US Office of Education Film No. 157). 

61-7767 Supervising Women Workers 

Problems of supervising women (11 min — 1951 — From US Office of 
Education Film No. 158). 

61-7768 Improving The Job 

Suggestions for preventing waste (10 min — 1951 — From US Office 
of Education Film No. 163). 

295 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

MFNo. 
61-7769 Maintaining Quality Standards 

Nature of quality standards — Role of supervisor in maintaining 
quality as well as quantity (11 min — 1951 — From US Office of Edu- 
cation Film No. 164). 

61-7771 Safety in the Shop 

Typical shop accidents — Poor supervision or inadequate training 
causes accidents — Supervisor's responsibility in teaching and main- 
taining safe practices in the shop (12 min — 1951 — From US Office of 
Education Film No. 481). 

61-7772 Introducing The New Worker To His Job 

Proper induction methods (16 min — 1951 — From US Office of Edu- 
cation Film No. 154). 
61-7775 Maintaining Workers' Interest 

Necessity for supervisor to detect and remedy situations where 
workers lose interest in their jobs (13 min — 1951 — From US Office of 
Education Film No. 159). 

61-7993 Motion Study Principles 

Illu-strating and discussing the 11 principles of motion economy in 
the performance of manual tasks (28 min — 1953 — Commercial Adap- 
tation). 

61-8043 TVA Town 

Reclamation of flood-ravaged Decatur, Ala., through engineering 
accomplishments of Tennessee Valley Authority — Abundant electric 
power and cargo-transporting waterway facilities — Impetus to area 
growth (30 min — 1952 — Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

61-8057 The Inner Man Steps Out 

Effective human relations — Importance and development in all 
phases of life — Fundamentals of human behavior (33 min — 1952 — 
Distribution limited to ZI only — Commercial Adaptation). 

61-8060 Is Government Telling Its Story 

Pictorial record of Georgetown University Forum — Need for and 
purpose of a ])ublic relations campaign to educate the public concerning 
contributions of civil servants to nation's ecoiiomy and way of life 
(30 min — 1952 — Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial .\daptation). 

61-8403 Personnel Management — Supervisory Conferences 

Purpose of training programs (14 min — 1954 — Coninicrcial .\dapta- 
tion). 

61-8404 Personnel Management — Communications 

Need for effective communication in industry (13 min — 1954 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

61-8413 All I Need is a Conference 

An industrial problem is solved by a confen-nce of supervisors and 
managers — Functions of a conference lender ftn<l suggested techniques 
for conducting an effective meeting (30 min — 1966 — Commerical 
Adaptation). 

296 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



MFNo. 
61-8414 



61-8659 



61-8687 



61-8810 



80-1275 



130-7553 



130-7554 



130-7555 



130-7585 



130-7722 



130-7723 



The Fourth Man— The Civilian Behind the Soldier 

Role played by civilians in the Army — Special positions held by 
civilians — Emphasis on the advantages of having civilians on the Army 
team (9 min — 1955). 

Commencement (Employment Nondiscrimination) 

Promotes the theme of nondiscrimination in employment and how 
to carry out this policy in connection vv/Executive Order 10590, 18 Jan 
55 (26 min — 1956 — Distribution in CONUS — Commercial Adapta- 
tion) . 

Production 5118 

Narrative revolving about a business executive — Stresses the Golden 
Rule to achieve best business and personal relations (30 min — 1957 — 
Color — Commercial Adaptation — One 16mm print distributed to 
Central Film and Equipment Exchanges, 1st through 6th U.S. 
Armies). /iJnslnl rilSC If.CT OCI 

Working for the U.S.A. 

Aimed to attract High School graduates into Federal Civil Service — 
Covers scope, requirements, and benefits of government employment 
(14 min — 1957 — Civil Service Commission Film — Distributed to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS). 

The Ground Team — Designed for Victory 

Achievements of infantry, artillery, and airborne troops during WW 
II (9 min— 1945). 

Winged Victory on Foot — 43d Infantry Division 

History of 43d (Winged Victory) Infantry Division from activation 
in 1941 — Arrival in the Pacific in 1942 — Three years of active combat 
(14 min— 1949). 

29 — Let's Go — 29th Infantry Division 

History of 29th (Blue and Gray) Infantry Division — From training 
camp to Germany — Amphibious maneuvers in England — Battle at 
Normandy, St. Lo, Brest, and Germany (20 min — 1949). 

The Red Bull Attacks— 34th Infantry Division 

History of 34th Infantry Division traced b:ick to Minnesota Volun- 
teers of Civil War days — Record on the battlefields in WW's I and II — 
Invasion of Casablanca, 1942, Battle of Tunis, Kasserine Pass — In- 
vasion of Salerno, Volturno River operations, Battle of Cassino, Anzio 
Beachhead, and campaigns of Liri and Po Valleys (21 min — 1950). 

Work Horse of the Western Front— The 30th Infantry Division 

Combat activities of "Old Hickory" National Guard Divi.sion in 
WW I and II in the Europen Theater of Operations — Victorious cam- 
paigns in Normandy, St. Lo, Belgium, Holland, Germany (18 min — 
1950). 

The Victory Division — 24th Infantry Division 

Activities and accomplishments of 24th Infantry Division against 
Japan in WW II — Subsequent duty in Japan (19 min — 1950). 

The Big Wheel— 35th Infantry Division 

History of the 35th Infantry Division (17 min— 1950). 

297 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

UF Ko. 

130 7730 The Sunset Division— 4l8t Infantry Division 

History and documentary coverage of its activities in the Pacific 
durinK World War II (13 niin— 1951). 

130 7872 Twenty-sixth Infantry Division 

Highlights of the history of the 26th Infantry Division (16 min — 

1952^. 

130 7929 27th Infantry Division 

New York's Own, the 27th Infantry Division — Record from its 
inception in 1776 through WW II (20 min— 1953). 

130 7930 32d Infantry Division 

The Red Arrow Division (Wisconsin National Guard) through the 
Civil War, Spanish .\merican War, Mexican Border campaign, WW's I 

and II (18 min— 1953). 

130 7931 36th Infantry Division 

The 36th Infantry Division formed in 1917 from Oklahoma and 
Texas National Guard units — Record of valor in WW's I and II (21 
min— 1953). 

140 7800 Man with Mission 

ORC — Opportunity for men to better themselves — Preparation to 
serve their country in time of need (17 min — 1950 — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

145-7743 Army ROTC 

Film intended to win interest of high school seniors and college fresh- 
men in ROTC — Full 4-year course — .\dvantages — .\ppointment« at 
graduation as 2d Lieutenants in ORC (18 min — 1951). 

53. No Release Number (NRN) 

Those films were released with neither prefi.x numbers nor category 
designations. 

(Project 15611) The Army's Corps of Engineers 

History of the develojjnient and early activities of the 
Corps — Responsibilities, training program, and current defense 
activities around the globe (15 min — 1955). 

Newsreel Planning Pays Off 

Teaches Armed Forces newsreel cameramen the planning 
and shooting techniques for covering new events — Illustrates 
initial prei)aratiuns and actual shouting (17 min — 1958). 

Psychological Warfare in Alaska 

Showing jjsychological warfare activities in .Vlaska — .\rm)''8 
highly developed printing ('(iwipnient and skilled personnel 
plan, write, and print leatlet^^ — leaflets disseminated by planes 
bearing special Icallet shells and bombs — ltadit» broailcn.sts 
calculated to weaken enemy resistance — Use of loudspeaker 
systems in combat areas — Psychological media gain military 
advantage (19 min— 1953). 

298 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

54. Office of the Secretary of Defense Film 

This film was produced to stress the integration of the armed 
forces with industry. 

OSD No. 

1 Power for Peace 

Film stresses integration of combat efforts by each of the armed forces 
with our industrial might to produce the striking power of the nation — 
Marine Corps simulates an amphibious assault and helicopter troop tactics — 
At Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., climatic hanger, spectacular air show, and 
bombing demonstration — Army's Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., 
demonstrates firepower and role of paratroopers and foot soldiers — Navy 
task force exercise with all types of aircraft, surface and submarine vessels 
(20min— 1950). 

55. Officer's Conference Films (OC) 

These films deal with world affairs and are intended for the use 
of Armed Forces and civilian reserve units. They can be utilized 
in Officer's discussion group and conference programs. 

OCNo. 

1 Officer's Conference — Mr. George F. Eennan Discusses Soviet Objectives 

Tactical and strategic objectives of the Soviet Union discussed with 
students at the National War College of Washington (58 miu — 1955). 

2 Officer's Conference — Which Way for the Germans 

General Walter Bedell Smith discusses this subject with students at the 
National War College, 22 Nov 1954 — Brief review of the political problems 
surrounding the rearming of Germany, followed by a question-answer 
period (44 min — 1955). 

3 Officer's Conference — What We Face in Southern Asia 

US Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas discusses the political 
and economic problems which exist in Southern Asia and their significance 
to the US, followed by a question-answer period (42 min — 1955). 

4 Officer's Conference — Red China and the United Nations 

US Ambassador to the UN, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., discusses changes 
that have transpired in the UN mission from 1945 to the present, and the 
problems concerning admission of Red China to the UN, followed by a 
question-answer period (30 miu — 1955). 

5 Officers Conference Five — The Dilemma of the US Foreign Policy in the 

Middle East 

Assistant Secretary of State of Near East and Southern Asian Affairs, 
Mr. George B. Allen, discusses the geographical boundaries of the Middle 
East and South Asia, their political and strategic significance to the US, 
and the concept of the collective security program, followed by a question- 
answer period (40 min — 1955). 

7 Communist Objectives In The Far East 

Mr. Walter S. Robertson discusses the Communist objectives in Asia 
and the US concern in curbing their expansion in that area (31 min — 1956). 

299 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

OCNo. 

8 Challenge of Outer Space 

Dr. Weriiher Von Braun discusses the functioning: of modern guided 
missiles and the challenge presented by outer space in future development 
(61 min— (2 reels)— 1956). 

9 The New Face Of The Soviets 

Dr. Philip E. Mosely discusses the political, economic, social, and mili- 
tary changes in Soviet policy (50 min — 1956). 

10 Mission of the United States Marine Corps 

General Randolph McCall Pate, Commandant of the US Marine Corps, 
defines the mission and organization of the Corps (27 min — 1956). 

11 Mission of the United States Navy 

Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, explains the role of 
the Navy in advancing our national security and supporting our allies 
(35 min— 1956). 

12 The Mission of the United States Army 

General Maxwell D. Taylor, Army Chief of Stafif, discusses the current 
Army policy in implementing its mission, with students from Armed Forces 
Stafif College (37 min— 1957). 

13 Mission of the United States Air Force 

General Thomas D. White, Chief of Staff, USAF, discusses the USAF 
mission in areas of air defense, retaliatory air force, and support for ground 
forces (33 min— 1957). 

56. Orientation Films 

Orientation films (OF) are designed to orient the individual soldier 
in national and international affairs, military affairs, and current 
events. They are intended for information and discussion purposes. 

OF No. 

11 Here is Germany 

Nationalistic and militaristic forces within Germany which led her into 
a series of wars culminating in WW II (52 min — 1945 — Not authorized for 
use by induction centers, replacement training centers, personnel replace- 
ment centers, transports, and oversea units). 

17 The Pale Horseman 

Famine and disease in postwar Europe (22 min — 1946 — Not authorized 
for use by induction centers, replacement training centers, personnel re- 
placement centers, transports, and oversea units). 

19 Death Mills 

Victims of German concentration camp atrocities (22 min — 19-16 — Not 
authorized for use by induction centers, replacement training centers, jht- 
Bonncl replacement centers, transports, and oversea units). 

24 The Negro Soldier 

R<)1<' i)lay<-(l by Negroes in WW II (21 min — 1944— Short Version). 
30 San Francisco 1945 

Record of Snn Francisco conference on international organization, April 
to June 1945 (17 min — 1947). 

300 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

OF No. 

36 Voices of the People 

P'reedom of speech — Role of opinions in American liistory — Discussion of 
problems as important today as in past — Taxation witiiout representation — 
British policing methods — Declaration of Independence and American Revo- 
lution — Congressional action on domestic and foreign affairs (18 raia — 
1949). 

37 Germany — Handle with Care 

Germany, 1947 (18 miu— 1947). 

40 New France 

Political and economic adjustments of France since WW II (18 min — 
1947 — Commercial Adaptation). 

46 Inside the Atom 

Canada's Chalk River Project — Experiment for medical and biological 
use — New frontiers of science — Fundamentals of chain reaction (9 min — 
1948). 

48 Citizen in Arms 

Role of citizen soldier in American history during peace and war (9 min — 

1948). 

53 American Anniversary 

Young immigrant discovers America — Rises to position of leadership in 
factory and community (15 min — 1949 — Commercial Adaptation). 

54 Active Peacetime Service 

Brief history of US Coast Guard through WW II — Peacetime responsi- 
bilities and activities — Air, sea, and flood rescue work — Iceberg patrolling — 
Inspection of cargo and passenger ships — Patrolling inland waterways, riv- 
ers, and harbors of US — Coast Guardsmen training — Advanced technical 
courses — US Coast Guard Academy at New London, Conn. (26 min — 
1949— From Coast Guard Film MG 6921). 

55 Take Time for Tomorrow 

Advantages of education — US Armed Forces Institute — Vocational and 
academic courses at all levels — Higher education in the service (14 min — 
1949— From Navy Film MN 6649). 

57. Professional Medical Films 

Professional medical films (PMF) deal with subjects that are pri- 
marily of interest to military medical personnel and allied scientific 
workers. 

PMF m. 

5000 Preparation and Staining of Blood Slides 

Demonstration of laboratory equipment — Preparation of stains — 
Preparation of thick films for diagnosis of malaria (18 min — 1947 — 
Color — Film Reference). 

5001 Colostomy Closure (End-to-end Anastomosis) 

Surgical repair of left upper abdominal colostomy (13 min — 1947). 

301 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMF No. 

5002 Abdominal Colostomy Closure — Pauchet Method 

Cast' of well-functioning colostomy of double loop type located on 
left side in sigmoid colon — Method used to accomplish closure — Pre- 
cautions (9 min — 1947 — Color). 

5004 Intra-abdominal Closure Descending Colon Colostomy (Herniations and 

Multiple Openings) 

Colostomy of descending colon midway between umbilicus and 
anterior iliac crest with four separate openings resulting from damage 
to exteriorized loop of bowel — Technique used to effect repair (15 min — 
1947— Color). 

5005 Simple Closure of an Abdominal Colostomy 

Incomplete colostomy of transverse colon — Relatively simple closure 
procedure — Advantages of intraperitoneal approach (7 min — 1947 — 
Color). 

5007 Intra-abdominal Colostomy Closures (Right and Left Side) 

Series of right sided colostomy cases — Factors essential to adequate 
closure (9 min— 1947— Color). 

5008 Management of Abdominal Colostomies (Intraperitoneal Closure) 

Experience record of cases encountered during WW II — Factors 
essential to evaluation of each type— Methods of approach (22 min — 
1947— Color). 

5009 Operation for Varicocele 

Case of painful left varicocele involving anterior group of veins — 
Surgical treatment similar in principle to ligation of saphenous vein for 
varicosities of lower extremity — Technique (5 min — 1947 — Color). 

5015 Convalescent Care and Rehabilitation of Patients With Injury to Spinal 

Cord (Surgery and Physical Medicine) 

Diagnostic, surgical, nurt-ing, and physical medicine techniques and 
practices (41 min — 194(5 — Color). 

5016 Thoracic Surgery — Part I: Hemothorax With Consideration of Specific 

Remedial Breathing Exercises (Surgery and Physical Medicine) 

Pathologic, diagnostic, and therapeutic aspects of hemothorax and 
other disorders of the pleura and pleural cavity (39 min — 194C — Color). 

5018 Thoracic Surgery — Part III: Foreign Bodies in the Pericardium and 
Heart 

Diagnostic planning, surgical, and postoperative techniques (50 
miu— 1946— Color). 

r>019 Let There Be Light (Neuropsychiatry) 

Use of narcosynthesis, hypnosis, and group psychotherapy (58 min — 
1940— Film Reference). 

5020 Removal of Magnetic Foreign Bodies from the Eye 

Acceptable technique — Handling of detached retina case (14 min — 
1946- Color). 

5026 Complicated Amputations — Case Reports 

Multiple amputations — Management — Developing prostheses (54 
min— 1946) 

302 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMF No. 

5027 Schistosomiasis (Professional Technical Version) 

Three types of schistosomiasis (snail fever) — Geographical habitat, 
epidemiology, symptomatology, and general control measures — Tech- 
nical, clinical, and laboratory procedures for diagnosis and treatment of 
Schistosomiasis Japonica (27 min — 1947 — Color — Film Reference). 

5028 Sandfly Control 

Symptoms, methods, and treatment of skin diseases transmitted by 
sandfly — Environmental sanitation principles essential to control (33 
min — 1947 — Color — Film Reference). 

5030 The Preparation and Insertion of Tantalum Plate (Cranium Insert) 

Preliminaries essential to preparation and placement of tantalum 
plate — Individual cases — Salient operational features (30 min — 1946 — 
Color — Film Reference). 

5031 Below Knee Amputation 

Amputation method useful immediately after injury and in secondary 
repair of stump (14 min — 1946 — Color). 

5033 Technique of Open Amputation 

Procedure on below knee open amputation case — Revision and final 
plastic repair performed 6 weeks later — Thorough explanation of each 
specific step throughout two operations (11 min — 1946 — Color). 

5034 Therapeutic Exercise — Introduction 

Use of planned therapeutic physical movement for specific purpose 
(17 min — 1947 — Film Reference). 

5037 Abnormal Involuntary Movements 

Activating and inhibitory influences on motor centers at various levels 
of nervous system — Involuntary movement caused by losing control of 
ability to relax after certain types of lesions (24 min — 1947 — Commercial 
Adaptation) . 

5039 Disorders of Gait 

Coordination of motor power — Motor power from muscles controlled 
by peripheral nerves originating in spinal cord — Motor impulses from 
brain through pyramidal tract (27 min — 1947 — Commercial Adapta- 
tion). 

5041 Reflexes 

Reflex arc — Proprioceptive and exteroceptive reflexes — Various end 
organs — Sherrington's law of reciprocal inhibition — Clinical examination 
of standardized reflex patterns (26 min — 1947 — Commercial Adaptation). 

5044 Facial Palsy 

Anatomy of facial nerve — Detailed description of course of upper and 
lower neuron — Results of lesions in some characteristic sites — Treat- 
ment of facial palsy — Spasm during regeneration of facial palsy differ- 
entiated from tic twitchings of other etiology (22 min — 1947 — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 

5046 Trigeminal, Spinal Accessory and Hypoglossal Nerve 

Anatomy, symptomatology, and clinical pictures of disorders (16 
min — 1947 — Commercial Adaptation). 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMF No. 

5047 Shades of Grey 

Mental disordcre which may be experienced duririR traininft and 
combat — Mild anxiety states — Obsessive-compulsive neuroses — Psycho- 
somatic disorders — Severe depressive reactions — Paranoid psychoses 
(66 min — 1948— Film Reference). 

5048 Arthropod-borne Virus Enrephalitides 

Differential diagnostic measures — Diagnosis, treatment, and control 
of Japanese B. encephalitis — Proper approach to investigation of prob- 
lem (34 min— 1947). 

5051 Therapeutic Exercise — Orthopedics 

(28 min— 1947.) 

5052 To Hear Again 

General principles of rehabilitation for patients with impaired hearing 
(38 min— 1947— Film Reference). 

5053 Therapeutic Exercise — Peripheral Nerve Injuries 

(IG min— 1947). 
5056 Therapeutic Exercise — Thoracic Surgery 

Physical examination — Determining specific remedial activity — 
Characteristic deformities — Preoperative exercises — General surgical 
aspects — Postoperative treatment routine — Coughing — Posture — Pro- 
gressive stages of exercises — Heat and ultraviolet — Measurements of 
range of motion — Overcoming a definite weakness or loss of function — 
Heavy resistance phase (29 min — 1947). 

5058 The Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb— Part I: Physics— Physical 

Destruction — Casualty Effects 
Nuclear fission and general reaction — Thermal energy and mechanical 
force — Nuclear radiation and ionizing effect — Physical destruction — 
Casualty effects (32 min— 1950— Color). 

5059 Dynamic Physical Reconditioning 

(13 min— 1948). 

5061 Peripheral Nerve Surgery — Part I : Sciatic Nerve 

Management of typical peripheral nerve injury case of WW II — Fol- 
lowup treatment at neurosurgical centers of Veterans Administration 
(33 min— 1947— Color). 

5062 Cineplastic Operation 

Attaching cords to selected muscle and then to prosthetic appliance 
BO that patient can operate appliance by contracting muscles in amputa- 
tion .stub (18 min— 1947— Color). 

6063 Anterior Acrylic Bridgework 

Fitting dental bridges in which acrylic is used to replace porcelain — 
Procedures and techniques (39 min — 1946 — Color — From Navv Film 
MN 4352A, B, AC). 

5065 Management and Technique of Pulmonary Lobectomy 

Hronciiiccta-iiH of left lower lobe of lungu — Extirpation of disea-^eil 
lung tis.suc (31 min — 1947 — Color). 

:joi 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



PMFNo. 
5066 



5068 



5069 

5070 
5071 

5073 

5075 

5076 



6077A 

5077B 
5081 



An Electrodiagnostic Procedure 

Use of Golseth-Fizzell constant current stimulator as one method of 
determining neurological state of muscle in peripheral nerve injuries and 
other neuropathologies — Characteristics — Mechanical operating pro- 
cedures — Application of technique to clinical cases (21 min — 1947 — 
Color). 

Repair of Recto-urethral Fistula 

Case of injury to large and small bowel, bladder, urethra, and rectum 
caused by bullet wounds — Exploratory laparotomy scar, cystostomy, 
colostomy, and abdominal fistula wounds — Closure of complete fistula 
by use of Whitehead principle of advancement of rectum (3 min — 1947 — 
Color). 

Simple Anterior Closure of Transverse Colostomy (Right Side) 

Right side colostomies less frequent than left side colostomies — Simi- 
larity of procedures followed in anastomosis — Typical problems and ap- 
plicable surgical techniques — Some WW II developments in surgical 
management of colostomies (23 min — 1947 — Color). 

Simple Anterior Closure of Colostomy 

(10 min— 1947— Color). 

Pinta 

Various stages of chronic, disfiguring skin disease — Diagnosis — Spi- 
rochetal etiology — Good results with arsenical and penicillin therapy (18 
min— 1948— Color). 

Construction of Screw Lock Sectional Splint 

Case of facial injury including fracture of mandible, comminuted, 
compound, requiring additional bone to restore contour of mandible — 
All phases of fixation, grafting, and replacement (17 min — 1947 — Color). 

Reconstruction of the Lower Lip and Chin 

Case of destruction by shell fragments of two-thirds of lower lip, chin, 
and mandible — Method and phases of restoration (20 min — 1947 — 
Color). 

Lumbar Sympathectomy (Ganglionectomy) 

Various applications — Types of conditions likely to be benefited — 
Procainization of structure to be removed — Operative procedure — De- 
tails of removal of sympathetic chain — Anatomic and physiologic defects 
produced by removal of certain portions of chain — Ordinary anatomic 
demonstration on cadaver (33 min — 1948 — Color — Film Reference). 

Inside the Cell — Part I: Enzymes in Intracellular Chemistry 

Concept of intracellular enzymatic action — Biochemical phenomena 
illustrated by animation — Laboratory technique of several Nobel prize 
winning scientists (40 min — 1949 — Color). 

Inside the Cell — Part II: Regulation of Enzymes 

Factors regulating enzyme action (43 min — 1952 — Color). 
Transplantation and Anastomosis of Radial Nerve 

Case of severed left radial nerve which was sutured but recovery 
failed to ensure — Clinical findings — Technique used to accomplish re- 
pair (9 min — 1948— Color). 



494599°— 59- 



-20 



305 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMP No. 

5088 Peroneal Nerve Anastomosis at the Knee 

Case of peroneal nerve severed at Ixnd of knee with evident foot drop 
and loss of sensation on dorsum of foot — Technique used to effect 
repair — Necessity for gently curving incision to prevent later keloid 
formation or contracture by avoiding flexion creases in popliteal space 
(7 mill— 1948— Color). 

5094 Arteriovenous Fistula (Posterior Tibial Vessels) 

Preoperative situation — Surgical technique — Postoperative findings — 
Indicated precautions (18 min — 1948 — Color). 

5096 Neurorrhaphy of Median and Ulnar Nerves in the Left Forearm 

Left forearm shell fragment case with severed median and ulnar 
nerves — Complete clinical examination details — Procedure to accom- 
plish repair (14 min — 1948 — Color). 

5097 Technique of Tantalum Cranioplasty 

Typical problems in cosmetic correction of skull defects by means 
of tantalum cranioplasty — Technique of formation and insertion of 
tantalum plates (40 min — 1948 — Color). 

6102 Neurorrhaphy of Median and Ulnar Nerves in Midarm 

Detailed preoperative evaluation of damage to right midarm traversed 
by bullet — Surgical repair of median and ulnar nerves (12 min — 1948 — 
Color). 

5103 Arterial Disorders in the Upper Extremity and Their Treatment by 

Sympathectomy 

Indications, clinical factors, operative treatment, and precautions 
(30 min— 1950— Color). 

5104 Partial Neurorrhaphy of the Sciatic Nerve in the Buttock 

Injury to peroneal component of sciatic nerve resulting from bullet 
wound — Precautions and precision essential to proper surgical manage- 
ment (12 min— 1946 — Color). 

5108 Clinical Shock 

Pictorial and animated illustration of the five general principles of 
shock maiiagonjent (48 min — 1952). 

5110 Radioactivity — Laboratory Demonstrations 

Elementary principles of radioactivity — Instruments used in the 
laboratory for detection and counting (17 min — 1949 — Color). 

5111 Cushing's Experiment in the Dog 

Essential details — Respiratory and circulatory effects of pressure on 
the brain, such as that resulting from brain tumors (14 min — 1949 — 
Color). 

5112 Respiratory Reflexes Demonstrated in the Rabbit 

Some of the simpler respiratory reflexes and their pathwaj's (13 
min— 1949— Color). 

5113 Reflexes from the Carotid Bodies and Sinuses in the Dog 

Carotid bodies in the control of respiration — Carotid sinuses in the 
regulation of blood pressure (19 min — 1949 — Color). 

306 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMFNo. 

5114 Rickettsiae — Laboratory Procedure for Their Isolation and Identification 

For students taking basic science course — Step-by-step technique of 
laboratory diagnosis of rickettsial disease — Gross pathology compared 
with normal — Fundamentals of sterile technique (47 min — 1949 — 
Color — Film Reference). 

5115 Urease Crystallization 

Principal steps used to isolate first enzymes as performed by Dr 
J B Sumner (6 min— 1948). 

5116A Time Out: Occupational Therapy in Tuberculosis 

Usefulness of occupational therapy for patient's morale and rehabilita- 
tion — For orientation of patients, hospital personnel, and nonprofessional 
adult groups (26 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

5116B Occupational Therapy in Problems of Motion 

Conditions involving joint limitation, muscle weakness, and incoordina- 
tion — Occupational therapy contributing to restoration of function (23 
min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

5116C Journey to Reality (Occuptational Therapy for Acute Psychotics) 

Six patients with typical psychotic reactions at time of admission 
to hospital — Histories — Occupational therapy treatment — Medical 
oflficer's responsibility for prescribing and guiding therapy — Introduction 
to simple occupational therapy procedures (40 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference) . 

5117 Tibial Nerve Anastomosis in the Lower Calf 

Tibial nerve damage resulting from missile that traversed midcalf 
region, leaving plantar muscle paralyzed and sole of foot anesthetic — 
Technique of surgical repair — Anatomical considerations — Precautions 
and physiotherapy (8 min — 1949 — Color). 

5118 The Diagnosis of Peripheral Nerve Injuries 

Significant clinical findings of 12 cases of various nerve injuries (16 
min— 1949— Color). 

5124 Ascariasis (Infestation with Ascarids) 

Details of life cycle of ascarids in swine — Reference to many other 
species (13 min — 1949). 

5125 Liver Fluke Disease in Sheep (Fascioliasis) 

Life cycle treatment — Basic control factors (13 min — 1949). 

5126 Bilharziasis in Water Fowl 

Essential elements of life cycle — Detailed studies of movements of 
worms and cercariae (18 min — 1949). 

5132 Method of Repair of Posterior Tibial Nerve 

Repairing long defects in peripheral nerve — Bridging large gap in 
tibial nerve by wide dissection and flexion of knee joint (10 min — 
1949— Color— Film Reference). 

5133 Ulnar Nerve and Soft Tissue Defect and Simultaneous Repair in the 

Forearm 

Method of accomplishing simultaneous repair of soft tissue defect 
and ulnar nerve defect in forearm (10 min — 1950 — Color). 

307 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



PMF No. 
5136 



5137 



5140 



5141 



5142 



5143 



5144 



5145A 



5U5B 



Benign Dental To mors 

llisturifs, (liagnu^«e8, characteristics, treatments, and results of cases of 
benign denUil tumors (29 min — 1950 — Color). 

Malignant Oral Tumors 

Lesions which occur in oral cavity and adjacent structures (40 min — 
1050— Color — Film Reference). 

Hereditary Ataxia 

Hereditary and clinical characteristics of this group of neurological 
disorders — Fvirliest and most common complaint — Later disease de- 
velopment — Sign.s of lato stages — Diagnoses (31 min — 1949 — Color). 

Tlie Feeling of Rejection 

Case history of 23-year-old girl suffering from physical disorders 
without physical cause — Treatment by psychiatrist establishes root of 
trouble — Understanding problem, patient handles it in manner leading 
to new and healthier habits of behavior (21 min — 1951 — Film Refer- 
ence — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Feeling of Hostility 

Factors that produce feelings of resentment and hostility in personal 
relationships (31 min — 1951 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Atomic Medical Cases — Japan — WW II 

Documentary evidence of medical problems resulting from atomic 
explosions at Hiroshima and Nagasaki — Pathological specimens shown 
in microscopic section — Use of remaining doctors and nurses to greatest 
advantage in carrying out first aid and medical service (37 min — 1949 — 
Film Reference per list No. 86 Withdrawn from sale thru United World 
Films, Inc). 

Nursing in the Tropics 

Intended for nurses, doctors, and other hospital personnel — Realistic 
problems incident to living and working in a military hospital in the 
tropics — Problems of preventive medicine and aseptic techniques con- 
sidered — Special emphasis placed on nursing procedures involved in 
treating gastrointestinal disorders, fungus infections, malaria, and 
dengue fever (29 min — 1952). 

The Radioisotope — Part I: Fundamentals of Radioactivity 

This introduction to the series dealing with the theoretical and practical 
aspects of the radioisotopes is designed for doctors, medical researchists, 
pharmacologists, toxicologi.sts, enzyinologists, physicists, chemists, 
physiologists, agronomists, soil chemists, radiologists, entomologists, 
engineers, plant managers, metallurgists, and health physicists — Part I 
establishes the basic concepts in the field of nuclear physics that arc 
pertinent to an undcrtitaadiiig of radioisotopes (59 min —1951). 

The Radioisotope— Part II: Properties of Radiation 

This film (1) Explains the characteristics and properties of primary 
and secondary nuclear rtidiations in terms of their ionizing effect — (2) 
Introduces concepts concerning the effect of mutter on radiation so that 
absorbing materiala can bo used wisely to mojusuro radiation character- 
istics or to shield agaiuMt their biological effecUi — (3) Acquaints the 



308 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



PMFNo. 



5145C 



5145D 



5145E 



5145F 



5147B 



5147C 



5148 



audience with the terminology and presentation of data as a prerequisite 
to practical measurement (68 min — 1952). 

The Radioisotope — Part III: Practical Procedures of Measurement 

Consideration of various measurement apparatus and techniques — 
Absolute and comparative measurement (48 min — 1951). 

The Radioisotope — Part IV: Methodology 

Underlying principles and practical considerations governing tracer 
usage and design of tracer experiments — Establishment of seven criteria 
of tracer methodology by means of illustrative experiments (40 min — 
1951). 

The Radioisotope — Part V: The Physical Principles of Radiological 
Safety, Sections I and II 

Live action and animation explain ionizing characteristics of alpha, 
beta, and gamma radiation from external and internal sources — Roentgen 
and roentgen measurement — Maximum permissible exposure, both gen- 
eral and localized — Principles and formulas for calculation of exposure 
from internal sources — Problems of uniform and localized exposure by 
single and by continued uptake — Effect of physical decay and biological 
elimination on dosage rate — Concept of biological half-life and effective 
half-life (Sec I, 25 min— Sec II, 26 min— Total 51 min— 1954). 

The Radioisotope — Part VI: The Practice of Radiological Safety 

Practical considerations and techniques involved in safe handling 
of radioisotopes — Basic principles of safety as outlined in the Bureau of 
Standards Handbook — Layout of typical high-level radioisotope labo- 
ratory — Protective clothing and metering equipment — Control of expo- 
sure — Decontamination — Monitoring — Shielding techniques (33 min — 
1952). 

The Radioisotope — Part XII: Agricultural Research 

Showing three classes of radioisotope work — The use of a high energy, 
beta-emitting radioisotope, such as Phosphorus 32, in large-scale field 
tests of fertilizers — The use of radioisotopes such as Cobalt 60, in micro- 
nutrient studies with large domestic animals — The use of low energy 
beta emitters, such as Calcium 45, in major nutrient problems and 
autoradiography (40 min — 1952). 

The Radioisotope — Part XIII: General Sciences 

The radioisotope as a research tool that is adaptable to tracer investi- 
gations in all branches of general science — Introductory experiment of 
self-diffusion of metals — Nine additional experimental problems solved 
through the use of tracers — Primary fields of general science include 
metallurgy, chemistry, biochemistry, and plant physiology (46 min — 
1952). 

The Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb — Part II: Pathology and the 
Clinical Problem 

Mechanism of thermal, traumatic, and radiation effects — Clinical 
observations — Diagnosis and prognosis — Pathological material for il- 
lustrative purposes (37 min — 1950 — Color — Technical film for profes- 
sional personnel only). 



309 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



PMF No. 
5152A 
through 
5152U 



5163 



5166 



6167 



5171 



5175 



5177B 



5182A 



5188 



5189 



6191 



Psychiatric Interview Techniques (U) 

I'art I thru Part XXI — respective running times: A-44; B-18; 
C-12; D-25; Iv-ao; F-19; G-38; Ii-2G; 1-43; J-58; K-20; L-23; M-32; 
N-31; 0-26; P-27; Q-52; R-36; S-25; T-49; and U-44 min (1950— 
Very limited distribution to pertinent army medical installation — These 
films are classilied CONFIDENTIAL). 

Rheumatoid Arthritis of Spine 

(34 min— 1951.) 
Electrocardiography 

Use of cathode-ray oscilloscope to show magnitude and direction of 
galvanometer deflections caused by changing relative position of two 
oppositely charged points within a conductiug fluid — Mathematical 
explanations relating human electrocardiogram to Einthoven's hypothesis 
(10 min— 1949— Color— Film Reference). 

Heat Disorders — Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, and Heat Cramps 

Causes, symptoms, treatment, and preventive measures for heat 
exhaustion, heat stroke, and heat cramps — Physiological aspects of 
Undue Heat Load — Metabolic heat — Heat exchanges by radiation, 
convection, conduction, and vaporization — Body temperature regulation 
by nervous system, sweat glands, and circulatory system (25 min — 1952). 

The Surgical Treatment of Carotid Body Sensitivity in Man 

Surgical correction of carotid body sensitivity — Comparison of pre- 
operative and postoperative conditions — Details of surgical procedure 
(20 min— 1951— Color). 

Gelfoam in Surgery 

Use of Gelfoam (R) surgical hemostasis — Examples selected from 
several operative procedures (27 min — 1949 — Color — Film Reference — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

The Diagno.sis of Surgical Lesions of Alimentary Tract — Part II: Special 
Techniques and Apparatus 

(21 min— 1951) 

Integrated Aspects of the Nervous System — Part I: Motor System 

Operation of nervous system as a series of self-regulator mechani.sms — 
The stretch reflex and addition of control through more comple.v loops — 
Use of modern engineering principles to develop the concept that purpose 
in behavior resides in basic design of circuits (47 min — 1951 — Color). 

Intramaxillary Loop Wiring in Treatment of Jaw Fractures 

Technique uf applying intramaxillary multiple loop — Case history of 
20-year old male with fracture of right mandible — Con»plete wiring 
procedure in the case of this patient (28 min — 1051 -Color). 

Dcnto-alveolar Surgery, Removal of Impacted Mandibular Third Molar 
by Controlled Sectioning 

Showing theory of controlled sectioning on simple tnesiu-annular im- 
pacted third molar (10 min — 1952 — Color). 

Dento-ulveolar Surgery, Excision of Chronic Periapical Infections 

Caae report of tleutul treaLuiunt of chronic periapical aliscesjies with a 
persistent, draining, cutaneous fistula — Method of making niucoperios- 



310 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMFNo. 

teal flap, excision of incisor teeth, window in labial cortex, and removal 
of pathological lesion (8 min — 1942 — Color). 

5193 Synovectomy of the Knee for Rheumatoid Arthritis 

Case history of 54-year old male with chronic rheumatoid arthritis — 
Procedure of surgical excision of synovial lining of the knee joint (10 
min— 1951— Color). 

5196 Intramedullary Fixation of the Femur 

Techniques detailed (23 min — 1951 — Color). 

5200 Breast Cancer 

Symptoms, clinical diagnosis, and treatment — Early treatment and 
diagnosis (34 min — 1951 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

5201 Cancer — The Problem of Early Diagnosis 

Early diagnosis and treatment of cancer of the breast, stomach, rectum, 
cervi.x, and lung (31 min — 1951 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

5202 Operative Procedure for Total Urinary Incontinence 

Use of muscular transplant for controlled pressure upon bladder to 
overcome urinary incontinence (21 min — 1952 — Color). 

5203 Caesarian Section — Extraperitoneal Pfannensteil Incision 

Case history (23 min— 1952— Color). 

5204 Caesarean Hysterectomy (Porro) 

Surgical procedures for Caesarean hysterectomy with anatomical 
landmarks throughout the operation clearly indicated (17 min — 1952 — 
Color). 

5206 Caesarean Section — Extraperitoneal with Cherney Modification 

Case history (23 min— 1952— Color). 
5207B Caesarean Section, Low Cervical Paramedian Incision 

Actual case history — Clearly indicating anatomical landmarks (22 
min— 1952— Color). 

5208 Thoracic Surgery — Thorcoplasty, 1st Stage and 2nd Stage in the Treat- 

ment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis 

First stage of a thorcoplasty on 26-year old male patient with pul- 
monary tuberculosis — Case history for 34-year old female tubercular 
patient who has already undergone the first stage of a thorcoplasty and 
the second stage of this patient's thorcoplasty is demonstrated — Narra- 
tive explanation of the two case histories and surgical procedures involved 
(23 min— 1951— Color). 

5209 Thoracic Surgery — Lobectomy, Right Upper and Middle Lobes, in the 

Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis 

Medical case history of 21-year old patient under treatment for pul- 
monary tuberculosis — Surgical procedures involved in patient's lobec- 
tomy — Summation of results of 51 lobectomies performed between 
December 1946 and July 1949 (22 min— 1952— Color). 

5210 Thoracic Surgery — Decortication in the Treatment of Tuberculosis 

Pleuritis 

Self-explanatory title (23 min— 1952— Color). 



311 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMF No. 

5211 Thoracic Surgery — Excision Tuberculoma. Right Lower Lobe, and 

Thoracacolumbar Sympathectomy 
Self-explanatory title (10 ruin — 1952 — Color). 

5212 The Heart — Cardiovascular Pressure Pulses and Electrocardiography 

Case historj' (35 min — 1952 — Color — Commercial Adaptation). 

5217 Dento-alveolar surgery, Alveolectomy after Multiple Extraction of Teeth 

Demonstrating surgical procedures for e.«itablishinK a rida;e of uniform 
height with .smooth oven contour after multiple extractions (6 min — 
1952— Color). 

5218 Dento-alveolar Surgery, Alveolectomy in Extraction of Isolated Teeth 

Surgical removal of bone containing isolated teeth and procedure for 

proper contouring of soft tissues (II min — 1952 — Color). 

5219 Dento-alveolar Surgery, Alveolectomy and Multiple Pathology 

Problems in removal of teeth from pathological bone and proper repair 
of ridge tissues (18 min — 1952 — Color). 

6220 Dento-alveolar Surgery, Excision of Mandibular Tori 

Preferred procedures for reduction of lingual tuberosity and for proper 
retention of dentures (12 min — 1952 — Color). 

5221 Dento-alveolar Surgery, Excision of Gingival Hypertrophy 

Surgical procedures and correction of dental ridge hypertrophied and 
flabby due to ill-fitting dentures (6 min — 1952 — Color). 

5226 Caersarean Sections 

Demonstrating the surgical techniques used in performing such 
caesarean sections as, classical caesarean sectioo, low cervical section, 
extraperitoneal section, and Caesarean hysterectomy (43 min — 1953 — 
Color). 

6227 Introduction to Occupational Therapy 

Case histories illustrate value and application of this interest -moti- 
vated activity with a therapeutic purpose (20 min — 1954). 

5229 Dental Activities, Walter Reed Army Medical Center 

Principal source of in-service professional dental training for Army and 
Air Force officers — Walter Reed Army Hospital, Central Dental Labora- 
tory, and Army Medical Service Graduate School comprise the dental 
activities — Scope, functions, and varied aspects of dentistry (18 min — 
1953— Color— Film Reference) . 

5230 Uterine Cancer: The Problem of Early Diagnosis 

Regular routine pelvic examination by nenerul practitioner of all 
female adults would reduce the number of fatalities due to earner i)f the 
uterus — Cytologic method of screening and veritication of nmlignant 
tumors by tissue biopsy (21 min — 1952 — Color — Commercial Adapta- 
tion). 

5289 Presacral Pneumonography 

A new technique which permits visualization, by means of X-ray, in 
the retroperitoneal space, partiiularly the adreiuil and kidni-y glands 
(10 min — 1954 — Color — Film Reference). 



:ji2 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMF No. 

5292 Medical Effects of Nerve Gas 

Characteristics, symptoms, and treatment of nerve gas poisoning — 
Appropriate emergency treatment — Use of atropine — First-aid men 
treat severe gas casualties — Treatment procedures at medical aid station 
(27 min — 1955 — Distribution to central film libraries and exchanges in 
CONUS and overseas — Film Reference). 

5299 Combat Psychiatry — The Battalion Medical Officer 

Role of the battalion psychiatrist — How typical cases of combat 
fatigue can be recognized and treated — Emphasis on prevention of man- 
power losses due to psychiatric causes (37 min — 1955 — From Navy Film 
MN 7499 A). 

5300 Combat Psychiatry — The Division Psychiatrist 

Fundamental principles and practices of combat psychiatry — Role of 
the division psychiatrist, showing how he diagnoses and supervises treat- 
ment and reassignment of NP patients (33 min — 1955 — From Navy 
Film MN 7499B). 

5301 Hemorrhagic Fever — Clinical Features 

Clinical and pathological findings of epedemic hemorrhagic fever — 
Current opinion on spread, cause, and control of the disease (45 min — 
1955— Color). 

5304 Debridement— Part I— Multiple Soft Tissue Wounds 

Adequate and minimal skin incision, incision of fascia, excision of 
devitalized tissue, complete hemostasis, primary closures and dressings 
(12 min— 1957— Color— Film Reference). 

5305 Debridement — Part II— Wounds of the Extremities 

Eight different wound cases shown to demonstrate techniques of 
cleaning wounds and removing debitalized tissues and other foci of 
infection (33 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

5306 Initial Surgery of Abdominal Wounds 

Recommended surgical techniques used under combat conditions in 
Korea in the initial treatment of various types of abdominal wounds (30 
min — 1956 — Color — Film Reference). 

5315 Radical Retroperitoneal Node Dissection in the Treatment of Testicular 

Tumors 

Dissection of germinal tumors — Seminoma, embryonal carcinoma, 
teratocarcinoma, and choriocarcinoma — Clinical and microscopical 
analysis (20 min — 1957 — Color). 

5316 The Efifect of Ionizing Radiation on Domestic Animals 

Development of symptoms in burros — Radiation and physiological 
changes in biochemistry, hematology, histopathology, and radiometric 
laboratory (22 min — 1957 — Distribution primarily to CF&EEs). 

5318 Management of Burns — Part I — Supportive Care 

Rules of Nines method of diagnosing burns is defined — Minor, 
moderate, and critical injuries — Initial hospital procedures for treating 
burns — Importance of building patient's morale is emphasized (18 min — 
1958— Color). 

313 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PMF tfo. 

5319 Management of Burns— Part II— Local Care 

Local caro of burned patients in dressing and operating rooms — 
Eesentials of Bujiportive care — Cleansing wound — Debridement of skin — 
Occlusive dressing treatment — Skiu grafting — Air treatment — Im- 
portance of preventing contaiiiination of wound and changing of dress- 
ings (15 min— 1958— Color). 

6322 Animals for Research 

Methods and factors in maintaining a disease free colony — Techniques 
and equipment used in breeding — Procedures in transporting the 
animals to research laboratories (28 min — 1958 — Color). 

58. Army Research and Development Films 

Army Research and Development Films (RD) are intended to in- 
form major army commanders and their staffs of current progress in 
the fields of army firepower, mobility, communications, combat ma- 
toriel, and human factors resources. 

RIJ A'o. 

1 Army Research and Development — RD Film Report No. 1 (U) 

(29 min — 1957 — Color — Distribution limited to one print to each Central 
Film and Equipment Exchange in CON US and overseas and one print to 
selected organizations concerned with research and development — Film is 
classified SECRET). 

2 Army Research and Development — RD Film Report No. 2 (U) 

(29 min — 1957 — Color — Distribution limited to one print to each Central 
Film and Equipment Exchange in CONUS and overseas and one print to 
selected organizations — Film is classified SECRET). 

3 Army Research and Development — Film Report No. 3 (U) 

(20 min— 1957— Color— Film is classified SECRET). 

4 Army Research and Development — Film Report No. 4 (U) 

This film is classified SECRET — Special handling required — Not releSBft- 
ble to Foreign Nationals except UK and Canada (26 min — 1958 — Color — 
Supplementary distribution). 

5 Army Research and Development — Film Report No. 5 — Army Research in 

Greenland (U) 

This film is classified CONFIDENTIAL — Special Handling required— 
Not releapable to Foreign Nationals — except UK and CANADA (22 min — 
1958 — Color — Distribution to Central Film and Equipment Exclianges). 

59. Staflf Film Reports 

Staff Film Reports (SFR) are newsroel-type films of the Korean 
conflict. Weekly distribution of these films was discontinued with 
the release of 8RF 185. Future issues will be released as timely ma- 
terial warrants. 
SFK m. 
14 (22 min — August 1944— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL— There is also 
an unclassified version). 

314 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

8FR No. 

16 (34 min — August 1944 — Film is classified SECRET — There is also an un- 
classified version). 

21 (31 min— September 1944— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

22 (36 min— October 1944— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 
28 (25 min— November 1944— Film is classified SECRET). 

32 (22 min— December 1944— Film is classified SECRET). 

37 (28 min— January 1945— Film is classified SECRET). 

40 (38 min— February 1945— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

42 (32 min— February 1945— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

102 Korea, 24 June through 4 July 1950 — Evacuees arrive In Japan — South 
Koreans reorganize and leave for Suwon front — C-54's unload supplies for 
South Korean Army at Suwon — Gen Douglas MacArthur flies to war zone — 
Battalion of 24th Infantry Division lands in Korea — South Koreans greet 
new arrivals at Taejon — Trainload of fighting equipment moves forward — 
US troops encounter enemy tanks — US Navy orders aircraft carrier USS 
Philippine Sea from San Francisco to Pearl Harbor with jet fighters — Sea 
Movement of 24th Infantry Division gets under way (14 min — 1950). 

103 Defense line 5 miles south of Seoul held by South Koreans — US troops 
move up front from Taejon — LST unloads troops and equipment at Pusan — 
South Korean labor repairs airstrip — US infantry withdraws — US artillery- 
men in action — First US tanks head toward front — Lt Gen Walker and 
Maj Gen Dean confer — Captured Russian-made equipment — M-24's of 
24th Infantry Division move closer to front — US 150-mm howitzer in action — 
Russian-made tanks knocked out — North Korean PW's examined by UN 
delegates — Korean home guard with wooden guns — Fifth A AF base in Japan — 
Twenty-fourth Division troops board planes for flight to Pusan — Maj 
Gen Dean at 5th AAF base — Jet planes take on large wing tanks — C-46 
crew drops propaganda leaflets — B-29 pilots brief at Japan air base — 
Seventh Fleet in Korean action — British naval commanders board USS 
Rochester — First Marme Division embarks from Korea — UN flag goes to 
Gen MacArthur — North Koreans within 15 miles of Taejon (20 min — 1950). 

104 Quartermaster, Engineer, and Signal units arrive in Korea from Japan — 
Field artillery of 25th Division arrives in Korea — Pictures of North Korean 
atrocities and evacuation of wounded — USS Boxer leaves for Korea with 
Navy and Air Force planes — US Air Force strikes Reds — Army and Air 
Force chiefs fly to battle zone — UN flag presented to Gen MacArthur iu 
Tokyo (17 min— 1950). 

105 Two regiments of the 24th Infantry Division destroy Kum River bridge 
in withdrawal — Nmeteenth Infantry Regiment of the 24th Division re- 
groups after heroic stand — Twenty-fifth Division in action at front before 
fall of Taejon — South Korean 1st Division in action — First Cavalry Division 
lands at Pohang without enemy opposition — Navy planes of USS Valley 
Forge strike Korean targets — Battle for Taejon (23 min — 1950). 

106 Korea, 21 July through 26 July 1950 — Twenty-fifth Infantry Division, 
units of 1st Cavalry Division, and South Korean 6th Division in delaying 
action after Taejon falls — Gen MacArthur confers with Gen Walker's 
staff in Korea — USS Boxer makes record Pacific crossing — Navy exhibition 
team receives combat orders (20 min — 1950). 

315 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

SFIt No. 

107 Korea, 27 July througli 4 August 1950 — Map shows situation on 27 July — 
Twciity-fiftli Division in central sector — Twenty-fourth Infantry Division 
and 1st Cavalry Division in south — North Korean Army action in north — 
Reorientation map of situation as of 31 July — Gen Mac Arthur visits 
Okinawa and Formosa — Array engineers blow up bridge in central sector — 
F-80 jet planes strafe North Korean targets — B-29 raid by 19th Bomber 
Group on Korea — Additional combat film — Late situation map as of 4 
AugiLst 1950 (26 min— 1950). 

108 Korea, 4 August through 7 August 1950 — Air activity through 10 
August — Map shows situation of UN forces as of 4 Augitst — Twenty- 
seventh Infantry Regiment, 25th Division, regroups — Five hundred twenty- 
second Signal Company lays cable with South Korean civilian help north- 
west of Pusan — Tanks and artillery arrive at Taegu — Aerial activity along 
Naktong River — Preparations for B-29 strike against Wonsan — Aircraft 
carrier USS Philippine Sea — Activity in Pusan harbor — Meeting in Wash- 
ington to strengthen North Atlantic defenses — Late map shows situation 
on 7 August 1950 (26 min— 1950). 

109 Korea, 7 August through 18 Augast 1960 — Map shows situation on 7 
August — Interrogation of communist prisoners — Activity on control front — 
Trapped communists under artillery and mortar fire — Guarding the Naktong 
line — Attack toward Chinju — Marine troops moving up — Captured com- 
munist artillery — Tanks in action — Air Force and Naval air activity from 
14 to 18 August — Strike by Navy Task Force 77 — Late situation map as of 
28 August (39 min— 1950). 

110 Korea, 18 August through 24 August 1950 — Map as of 18 August — First 
ROK Division moves north of Taegu — Destruction in Pohang — Twenty- 
seventh RCT troops under mortar fire — Knocked-out communist tanks — 
US Army ordnance depot in .southern sector — Fifth Cavalry Regiment 
retakes Hill 303 — First Marine Brigade gets ready to regroup in Miryang — 
Marine Corsairs strafing — Air Force strikes and Navy air-sea action from 
21 to 24 August — Gen Collins visits Korean battle front — Late situation 
map as of 1 September 1950 (27 min— 1950). 

111 Korea, 24 August through 1 September 1950 — Map of ground situation 
as of 24 August — Action near Masan on 25 August — Tanks serving as artil- 
lery — Interrogation of prisoners — Captured Russian weapons — South 
Korean engineers make barbed wire concertina near Vongchon — Action 
near Waegwan — Tanks and 1st Cavalry Division troops in central sector 
action — Two British Infantry battalions arrive at Pusan — Propaganda 
leaflets dropped over North Korea — UN naval and air force activity from 
24 August to 1 September — Late map sliows situation as of 11 September 
(33 min— 1950). 

112 Korea, 30 August through 7 September 1950 — Map shows combat situation 
on 1 September — 2'1th Infantry Division in vicinity of Pohang — British 
troops move into combat near Naktong River on 4 September — South 
Korean troops have chow with American GI's — Troops of 2d Division in 
comi>at near Vongsjui, 2 September — B-29'h strike north of 3Stli panillel — 
(Carrier planes strike itiland Korean targets — Deinonslration of Russian 
niacliine gun — Late map shows situation Jis of 18 Septomlnr (27 njin — 1950). 



316 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

SFR No. 

113 (24 min— September 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

114 Korean ground situation on 14 September 1950 — Map of naval action, 
14 through 17 September — Invasion of Wolmi by US Marines — Capture of 
Inchon and start of Marine advance toward Seoul — Map of over-all situation 
on 25 September 1950 — Final map of situation on 2 October 1950 (37 min — 
1950). 

115 Ferrymg troops and vehicles across Naktong — Problems facing advancing 
troops — Enemy mines, roadblocks, pockets of resistance, captives, and 
refugees — Unloading supplies at Pusan — Making napalm bombs — Arrival 
of Philippine troops at Pusan — Australian troops leaving for Korea — A 
Korea-bound Swedish hospital unit arriving in New York — Situation map 
shows action north of 38th parallel on 9 October 1950 (20 min — 1950). 

116 Korea, 25 September through 16 October 1950 — UN forces encircle Red 
troops in south — Recapture of Seoul — Seven mile advance beyond 38th 
parallel — Maps illustrate changing situation (29 min — 1950). 

117 Korea, 2 October through 9 October 1950 — Maps indicate changing 
situation — ROK army moves beyond 38th parallel — UN forces in South 
Korea in mopping up operations (26 min — 1950). 

118 Korea, 9 October through 16 October 1950 — Korean battlelines as of 
30 October 1950 (20 min— 1950). 

119 Korea, 16 October through 23 October 1950 — Maps show combat situa- 
tion at beginning and end of period — First Cavalry units capture Pyongyang 
on 20-21 October, 187th Regiment of 11th Airborne Division drops with 
heavy equipment north of Pyongyang to cut off fleeing Reds — Gen Mac- 
Arthur observes jumps from his plane — Paratroopers joined by tanks of 
1st Cavalry driving north through Pyongyang — Reconstruction activities 
at Seoul — Communist atrocities at Hamhung — Map shows battle situation 
as of 6 November (25 min — 1950). 

120 Korea, 23 October through 30 October 1950— US 10th Corps makes 
unopposed amphibious landing at Wonsan, 26 October — Marines get 
vehicles, tanks, and equipment ashore — Destruction by strategic bombing 
of Wonsan railroad yards and oil refineries — Seventh Infantry Division's 
amphibious landing at I won, 29 October — Former prisoners of North 
Koreans await evacuation to Japan — Late situation map of 13 November 
(21 min— 1950). 

121 Korea, 30 October through 6 November 1950 — Battlelines as of 20 
November — US 1st Marine Division fans out after establishing Wonsan 
Beachhead — Delivery of supplies by LST's on 30 October — Captured 
Chinese Reds marched into port area — Specialist training — Evacuating 
US wounded — Al Jolson entertains patients at hospital in Japan — American 
Ordnance Association at Aberdeen, Md. shows Russian and American 
tanks and weapons (27 min — 1950). 

122 Carrier USS Philippine Sea in rough weather, covered with snow and 
ice, receiving supplies, and refueling as winter arrives in Korea — Eflfects 
of B-29 attacks against large oil refinery at Hungnam, 24 August — US 
winter uniform displayed at Washington, DC, and compared with captured 
quilted uniforms — Air Force tests new pack plane, Fairchild XC-r20, at 
Hagerstown, Md. — Map shows our units falling back in face of growing 
Red resistance, 27 November (15 min — 1950). 

317 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



Korea as of 13 November 1950 — Combat sceDes of US 24th Division-— 
Elcm('nt,s of Ist Marine Division move toward Changjin reservoir — Thailand 
troops training in Korea with US arms and equipment — Air Force tests 
at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio — C-54 transport towing heli- 
copter — ^Tap shows UN troops fighting Chinese as well as North Korean 
Communists, 4 December (18 min — 1950). 

Korea as of 20 November 1950 — US 7th Division troops reach Man- 
churian border, 21 November — Thanksgiving dinner at front and rear 
areas — Gen MacArthur visits front 24 November — C-47 transports drop 
supplies and equipment to advancing troops — F-SO's strike enemy targets — 
Air Force demonstration at Muroc Air Base of new F-86E Saberjet fighter — 
Map shows battlelines as of 11 December (19 min — 1951). 

(8 min— December 1950— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

Korea, 4 December through 11 December 1950 — Changing battle situa- 
tion — US Ist Marine and 7th Infantry Divisions hold on to a small enow- 
packed airfield in northeast Korea until all casualties are flown out — 
Supplies, including bridge sections, dropped by cargo planes — Dutch troops 
train in Korea with US weapons — Pipeline leading to Kimpo airfield laid 
at port of Inchon — Army Chief of Staff Gen J. Lawton Collins visits Japan 
and Korea for conferences with Gen MacArthur and his field commanders — 
Late situation map of UN Forces as of 26 December (21 min — 1951). 

Korea, 11 December through 18 December 1950 — Maps show battlelines 
as of 2 January 1951 — Tenth Corps troops break out of mountains in north- 
east after abandoning positions near Changjin reservoir — Equipment and 
supplies evacuated — Thousands of troops and Korean refugees at Port 
of Hamhung — Platoon of 3d Division under fire — Captured film shows 
modern Russian planes in flight (22 min — 1951). 

Korea, 18 December through 26 December 1950 — Successful withdrawal 
from Hungnam of 10th Corps, including 1st Marine, 3d and 7th Infantry 
Divisions, and South Korean elements — Operation proves possibilities of 
evacuating an army by sea with as little loss as is sustained in an am- 
phibious landing — Evacuation of 100,000 civilian refugees — Redeployment 
of 8th Army in Seoul area — Refugees fleeing from Seoul — Troops of 187th 
RCT in snow bivouac and Suwon — Ij-5 liaison airplane directs fire for 
artillery battery of Ist Cavalry Division — Funeral service for Gen Walton 
II. Walker in Tokyo on Christmas Day — UN naval air patrol around-the- 
clock operations — Map shows lines as of 8 January 1951 (27 min — 1951). 

Korea, 20 December 1950 through 2 January 1951 — Map shows situation 
as of 15 Janriary 1951 — Port of Hungnam on last day of operations — 
105,000 tn)oi)H, 100,000 refugees, 17,500 vehicles, and tons of equipment 
evacuated — Artillery and mortar help protect beach — Last UN troops blow 
up bridge, warehouses, and piers — Lt Gen Matthew B. Ridgway, new 
commander of 8th Army, makes survey of forces under his command — 
Troops withdrawing across Han Rivor — Refugees clogging roads — Seoul 
orpliana placed aboard C-54'8 at Kimpu airfield for evacuation (2G min — 
1951). 

Korea, 2 January through 8 January 1951 — Evacuation of troops and 
civilians from Inchon — Destruction of docks and other facilities — In 
vicinity of Buwnn, troops of 2Uh Division in rear guard action aw UN 
Forces dig in — Units of 29th Hritish Brigade among last troops to leave 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

SFR No. 

Seoul — South Korean recruits embarking for basic training centers — Air 
base operations at Pusan — Tests made with B-47 jet bomber at Wichita, 
Kansas — Late situation map shows forces as of 22 January 1951 (21 min — 
1951). 

131 Korea, 8 January through 15 January 1951 — Maps show changing battle 
situation — UN troops digging out after heavy snowfall — F-80 Shooting 
Stars and B-26 light bombers striking enemy targets — Communist forced 
to remain in mountains, avoid coastal plains and move only by night — 
Activities of nurses at a station hospital in Korea — Army Nurse Corps 
begins 50th year — Late map shows situation on 29 January 1951 (17 min — 
1951). 

132 Korea, 15 January through 22 January 1951 — UN troops near Wonju, 
shortening defense lines — Retreating troops burn buildings to deny use to 
enemy — Gun-camera scenes record strikes against communist targets — 
C-119B Flying Boxcars drop supplies — Late situation map shows battlelines 
as of 5 February 1951 (16 min— 1951). 

133 Korea, 22 January through 29 January 1951 — UN troops recapture key 
cities — Gen MacArthur inspects frontline positions — Supplies dropped by 
squadrons of Far East Air Force combat cargo command retreived by 
ground troops — B-36's in England, beginning return flight to Fort Worth, 
Texas — Basic training of South Korean recruits — Late map shows battle 
situation as of 12 February 1951 (29 min — 1951). 

134 Korea, 29 January through 5 February 1951 — In Suwon area UN troops 
battle northward toward Seoul — New tactics account for more enemy 
casualties — Searching Chinese prisoners — First aid — ROK troops advanc- 
ing — Chinese suicide groups harass advancing UN forces — Eighth army 
troops blast Chinese Reds from hill positions — Navy Corsairs drop napalm 
bombs — Late map shows battle situation as of 19 February (16 min — 1951). 

135 Korea, 5 February through 12 February 1951 — UN troops advancing to 
Han River — Red resistance wanes under sustained air-ground attack — Lt 
Gen Ridgway inspects 25th Division positions — New 81-mm (round base 
plate) mortar crew in action — US engineers construct log bridge — Late map 
shows battle situation as of February (21 min — 1951). 

136 Korea, 12 February through 19 February 1951— Artillery of 24th Division 
firing on hill 584 as part of operation Killer — ROK troops retreating from 
Wonju — President Truman at ordnance display at Aberdeen, Md. — Gen 
Eisenhower arriving in France — British Canberra twinjet light bomber 
arriving US — Late map shows battle situation as of 5 March 1951 (19 min — 
1951). 

137 Korea, 19 February through 26 February 1951 — Lt Gen Ridgway inspects 
initial phase of operation Killer — Supplies and ammunition airdropped at 
front — Trucks and ambulances ferried across Han River — Bridge con- 
struction and repair — Ammunition loading by ordnance ammunition com- 
pany on ship — Late map shows battle situation as of 12 March 1951 (19 
min — 1951). 

138 Korea, 26 February through 5 March 1951 — UN platoon crossing Han 
River under fire — UN air force machine gun and rocket strikes recorded by 
gunsight aiming-point cameras — Ceremonies aboard L'SS Missouri as com- 
manders change — Danish hospital ship JuUandia arriving at Tokyo Bay with 

319 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

8PR No. 

volunteer Red Cross detachment — Distribution of Marine Corps I^aj^ue 
gifts to mothers and children in South Korea — Field assembly of helicopters 
at TacRu — Late situation map as of 19 March 1951 (20 min — 1951). 

139 Korea, 5 March through 12 March 1951 — Unit^ of 24th Division capttire 
strong enemy hill position north of Han River — UN patrol of Greek and US 
troops seek enemy in advance of operation Killer — Units of 25th Division 
crossing Han River, 7 March — Navy harassing Red supply lines near Won- 
Ban — VS Practice parachute jump by 187th regimental combat te:im near 
Taegu — Ceremonies at Yokohama harbor for 50 American war dead, in- 
cluding Maj Gen Bryant E. Moore are placed al)oard transport — Late 
situation map as of 20 March 1951 (24 min— 1951). 

140 Korea, 12 March through 19 March 1951 — UN troops near 38th parallel — 
Progress impeded by Red Cliinese land mines — Distributing rice rations to 
200,000 survivors of 1,500,000 population in Seoul — Psychological warfare 
personnel dropping surrender leaflets and broadcasting messages to enemy — 
Helicopter operations in war zone — Late situation map as of 2 April 1951 
(18 min— 1951). 

141 Korea, 19 March through 26 March 1951 — Paratroopers of 187th air- 
borne RCT participating in operation Tomahawk jump north of Seoul to 
cut off retreating Red units — Chunchon entry by tanks of 1st Cavalry 
Division — Fighter pilot training at Williams Air Force Base, Arizona — Late 
situation map as of 9 April 1951 (21 min — 1951). 

142 Korea, 26 March through 2 April 1951— Units of 25th Division push 
toward 38th parallel neutralizing sniper resistance — Bad weather and mud 
hamper units of 7th Infantry Division — Airborne supply continues — Naval 
bombardment of Wonsan harbor — Imjin River crossing by 1st ROK Divi- 
sion — Interrogating Chinese prisoners — Gen Eisenhower's activating com- 
mand of SHAPE— Late situation map as of 16 April 1951 (19 min— 1951). 

143 Korea, 2 April through 9 April 1951 — UN Forces of seven nations at 38th 
parallel meet no resistance along 110-mile front — I^S tanlc-infantry patrol 
crosses parallel north of Seoul and brings back Red prisoners — Former 
Secretary of the Army Pace and 8th Army Commander, Lt Gen Ridgway, 
arrive in 2r)th Division area — South of 3Sth parallel members of recon- 
naissance tank company encounter difhrult road conditions — First Cavalry 
Division troops |)ursue Reds in an eiTort to prevent prepanitions for a 
counterattack — Late situation map as of 23 April 1951 (19 rain — 1951). 

144 Korea, 9 April through IG April 1951 — Troops of 125th Division blast 
enemy in central and western sectors — Elements of the 5th RCT eliminate 
Red positions on key hill with aid of napalm-dropping aircraft — The 40th 
Division arrives in Yokohama, Japan, for further training and occupation 
duty — Arrival of Lt Gon Van Fleet in Korea — Crasheil B-29'8 at Seoul air- 
port — Use of 60-inch searchlights by engineer units to make artificial moon- 
light — lAte situation map as of 30 April 1951 (14 min — 1951). 

145 Korea, 10 April through 23 April 1951 — British and Belgian troops under- 
take |)atrolling action near the Imjin River at 38th parallel — Northwest of 
Seoul, rangers of ta.sk force Roger fail to contact enemy — In western sector, 
an artillery battery undertakes n night mission against Chinese communist 
tro(ips across 38th parallel — Lt Gen Van Fleet visits the front — Aerial 
photographic rcconnaiiisaucc mission of the 3d Dividiou — Quartcrnuvhtcr 

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clothing tests at Fort Lee, Va. — Battle situation as of 7 Mav 1951 (18 min — 
1951). 

146 Korea, 24 April through 30 April 1951 — Near the 38th parallel, British 
and Belgian troops are showTi withdrawing as the Red spring offensive gets 
under way — Rain-soaked US troops withdraw through Uijonhu — Around 
Seoul, 1st Cavalry Engineers lay a massive antitank minefield, while our 
armor and artillery prepare to blast the Red hordes pitted against our 
Lincoln Line — In the heart of Seoul, 155-mm howitzers open up against the 
advancing Chinese — Evacuation of the sick from Seoul — Flight of refugees 
from the South Korean capital — Experimental air drop of VHF radio equip- 
ment near Taegu — Late battle situation map as of 14 May 1951 (20 min — 
1951). 

147 Korea, 1 May through 7 May 1951 — Engineers laying wire and minefield 
barricades against expected Red onslaught east of Seoul — F-51 Mustangs 
bomb Red assembly points on Seoul defense line — Coordinated air-ground 
attacks counteract communists' human wave tactics, and break up May 
Day offensive — Signal Corps teams in Seoul laying field wire between I HQ 
and supporting units — UN troops receive food and supplies on Lincoln Line 
while awaiting Red attack — Continuing artillery bombardment — Swamp 
rescue tests of the Navy in Florida Everglades — Late battle situation map, 
as of 21 May 1951 (18 min— 1951). 

148 Korea, 8 May through 14 May 1951 — Above Seoul, Corsairs and F-51's. 
aided by ground observers, blast the enemy from hill positions — A T-6 Mos- 
quito plane on a reconnaissance mission — Lt Gen Van Fleet presents the 
Presidential Unit Citation to the surviving members of the 1st Battalion, 
29th Gloucestershire Regiment, 29th British Brigade — at Pusan, the first 
contingent of Ethiopian troops arrives to join the UN forces — Night illu- 
mination test, using Fagasse (napalm and gasoline) — Loading of Korean 
orphans aboard trains as part of the 1st Cavalry Division's Operation 
Mascot — In Marly Forest, near Paris, workmen construct buildings at the 
site of SHAPE headquarters — Late battle situation map as of 28 May 1951 
(20 min— 1951). 

149 Korea, 14 May through 21 May 1951 — First Cavalry patrol strikes at 
enemy north of Uijongbu — Two F-51 Mustangs catch fire and burn at air- 
field near Seoul — Replacement F-51 Mustangs arrive at Yokasuka, Japan, 
for Korean theater — Air shipment of fresh vegetables from Japan to the 
front — USS A^ew Jersey arrives in Far East — Cutting hilltop trees in Korea 
for use as telephone poles — Chaplain activities at the front — Arrival at San 
Francisco of US veterans of Korean war under army's rotation policy (20 
min— 1051). 

150 Korea, 25-31 May 1951 — Defense efforts elsewhere in free world during 
same period — North of Seoul, Ist Cavalry Division troops advance as Red 
offensive wanes — Above Han River, 24th Division troops pursue and main- 
tain contact with retreating enemy — Dutch battalion attached to 8th 
army jigs in at front — F-8G's score over enemy jets — Unloading of airborne 
supplies at Korean airfield — Training Ethiojiian troops in Korea — Delivery 
of MDAP supplies to France and Thailand — Ordnance demonstration at 
Aberdeen Proving Ground for West Point cadets — Situation map 11 June 
(20 min— 1951). 



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151 Korea, 1-8 June 1951 — Events elsewhere concerning defense of US and 
allies during period — Dutch troops advance near Inje in Korea as last of 
Red forces are pushed back to 38th parallel — Advance of other UN forces 
hampered by mud — Airdropped supplies — Enemy forces escape across 38th 
Parallel — UN air attacks continue despite rainy weather — Submarine 
training at US Navy Submarine School, New London, Connecticut — In- 
spection of Scandinavian defense by Gen Eisenhower — Situation Map 
18 June (18 rain— 1951). 

162 Korea, 0-16 June 1951 — Events elsewhere concerning defense efforts of 
free world during same period — F-Sl's give close support to 7th Division 
troops in blasting enemy from fortified hill positions south of Kumhwa — 
Enemy receives pounding by 155-mm howitzers of 25th Division in west 
central sector — US Marines process Red prisoners — US engineers build 
bridge with heavy equipment near Inje — Bombardment of Wonsan by 
USS Xew Jersey and USS Manchester — Ceremonies in Normandy, France, 
marking 7th anniversary of D-day — Gen Eisenhower proclaims need for 
strength to keep Europe free from tyranny (13 min — 1951). 

153 Korea, 11-18 June 1951 — Tank-infantry patrol of 7th Division attacks 
Red strong point and clears roadblock east of Kurahwa — Air-ground team 
directs F-51 strikes against enemy on hill 603 — Navy rockets blast shore 
targets near Wonsan during night firing mission — Signal Corps linemen 
lay trunk line in eastern sector with assistance of pack mules — Tenth Engi- 
neers corps complete construction of Bailey Bridge ahead of schedule on 
east central front — Views of striken Seoul — Experimental jet fighter X-5 
at Niagara Falls, N.Y. (14 min— 1951). 

154 Korea, 18-25 June 1951 — Turkish infantry unit drives enemy from town 
above Kumhwa — Trucks bring in supplies along main supply route of 10th 
Engineers Corps — Ordnance squad detonates aerial torpedo at Ilwachon 
Dam — Chinese bunker construction — Engineer replacements undergo final 
training during a landing exercise near Inchon — Personnel of 4th Ordnance 
Battalion perform maintenance and repair functions — First truce parley 
at Kaesong, 8 July — Situation map 25 June (19 min — 1951). 

155 Korea, 25-30 June 1951 — Canadian brigade engages enemy west of 
Chorwon — UN engineers construct pontoon bridge for heavy tanks to cross 
Imjin River — Captured North Koreans construct a PW camp on island of 
Koje-Do south of Pusan — Harbor activities at Inchon — Construction of 
railroad bridge across Han River at Seoul — Highway maintenance opera- 
tions between Seoul and Yongdungpo — Cease-fire parley at Kaesong — 
Situation map 1 July (26 min — 1951). 

156 Korea, 1-8 July 1951 — Red storage dump blasted by 155-mm self-pro- 
pelled howitzers of 9th Engineers Corps northwest of Inje — Removal of 
Korean noncombatants from combat zone at Chorwon by UN personnel — 
Signal Corps personnel construct a field expedient wire-layer — Ordnance 
personnel conduct field ballistics test on 155-inm howitzer — Situation map 
8 July — Maj Ccn Pick, Chief of Army Engineers, arrives in middle western 
sector to 8ui)crviKe armed forces aid in flood-stricken areas — Cease-fire 
talks continue at Kaesong after enemy accedes to Gen Ridg^vay'8 demands 
for equality of treatment in respect to UN negotiators (21 min — 1951). 

157 Korea, 8-15 July 1051— Situation map 15 July — US Marines neutralize 
enemy positions northeast of Yanggu — M4 tank, bogged down in river, re- 

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covered by tank retreiver — Cease-fire talks resumed at Kaesong after four 
days of inactivity (8 min — 1951). 

158 Korea, 15-22 July 1951 — Situation map 22 July — Unit of 23rd Infantry 
Regiment engages in probing action to draw enemy small arms fire north- 
west of Inje — Victory ship delivers cargo of 105-mm shells at Inchon for 
rapid delivery to front — On 16 July, as Kaesong peace parley is stalemated, 
Gen Ridgway gives final instructions to Admiral Joy at UN peace camp at 
Mussong (11 min — 1951). 

159 Korea, 22-29 July 1951 — Situation map 29 July — Plan Switch executed 
by 24th Division (regimental combat team) to place false information in 
enemy hands — Washout of Imjin River bridge impedes passage of UN 
peace convoy — Peace negotiations at Kaesong (9 min — 1951). 

160 Korea, 29 July-5 August 1951 — Situation map 5 August — Riflemen of 2d 
Division attack hill 1179 north of Yanggu — Fifth regiment combat team 
takes enemy hill near Chirpuri — Damaged M4 tank removed by tank re- 
treiver — UN engineers clear road to mines and roadblocks north of Yanggu — 
South Korean refugees gather on south shore of Han River for screening to 
re-enter Seoul — Rock-blasting mission by army engineers to widen pass near 
Inje — Violation of neutrality at ICaesong by presence of armed Chinese 
troops (19 min — 1951). 

161 Korea, 6-13 August 1951 — Events dealing with defense efforts of free 
world — Erection of vhf station near Hamchon — C-119 cargo planes drop 
drums of napalm over Japanese target area in practice raid — Rescue of 
army officer marooned on section of pontoon bridge adrift near Munsan 
peace camp — Vice Admiral Joy flies by helicopter to Kaesong as enemy 
presses charges of violation of conference site by UN bombers — Alpine and 
armored cavalry units carry out realistic maneuvers with equipment fur- 
nished by allied nations under MDAP — Other troops and naval units go 
through their paces in Bay of Naples — Italian armed forces keep abreast 
of modern methods of warfare (17 min — 1951). 

162 Korea, 13-19 August 1951 — Turkish brigade commands main line sector 
of UN resistance northwest of Chorwon — At Yanggu in North Korea, 155- 
mm howitzer of 96th US field artillery go into action against enemy bunkers 
miles away — Mobile map reproduction unit of US Engineers produces 
tactical maps quickly and in quantity — Refrigerated vans transport frozen 
foods to forward ration points — Flight test on supersonic Bell X-5 Flying 
Guppy — Situation map 19 August (15 min — 1951). 

163 Korea, 22-26 August 1951 — Allies and Reds continue watchful waiting 
while peace talks remain suspended — In eastern sector ROK troops repulse 
communist attack with mortar and machinegun fire — Behind the lines, 
special MP units care for 180,000 prisoners taken since outbreak of 
hostilities — US Transportation Corps utilizes local labor and other resources 
in handling military and ECA supplies at Pusan Harbor — Striken Koreans 
receive medical attention in UN hospital — Native medical personnel 
inoculate an entire village against typhoid and tetanus as part of UN's 
civil assistance program — Situation map 26 August (18 tnin — 1951). 

164 Korea, 27 August-2 September 1951 — UN personnel arrive at Kaesong 
to investigate enemy charges of violation of conference site by UN bombers — 
B-29 superforts blast Pyongyang with 500-pound demolition bombs — 
Engineers of 3d Combat Battalion, 24th Division, construct aerial tramway 

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SPR No. 

in central Korean sector as field expedient in moving supplies and casual- 
ties — Situation map 2 September (11 min — 1951). 

165 Korea, 3-9 September 1951 — Northwest of YanpRU, M4 tanks of 38th 
infantry reRiment tank company support ROK infantrymen ui taking 
hill 773 — Psychological warfare unit in action — Banshees tAkeofT from carrier 
to support B-29 raid — Truce deadlock at Kaesong — Situation map 9 
September (10 min— 1951). 

166 Korea, lO-lO September 1951— Company of 7th US Marines advances 
against the enemy north of Inje — Gunsight aiming point cameras record 
Mustang air strikes against enemy targets — Air Force tests on new B-61 
pilotless bomber — Situation map 16 September (11 min — 1951). 

167 Korea, 17-23 September 1951 — Lone-range artillery unit of 3d Division 
bombards enemy during bad weather — North of Choroon, 65th infantry 
patrol is pinned dowii by automatic fire but achieves objectives and brings 
back prisoners — Situation map 23 September (13 min — 1951). 

168 Korea, 24-30 September 1951— First Division Marines engage enemy in 
Iron Triangle north of Yanggu — Operation marked by heavy air and artil- 
lery bombardment of communist strong points — Reclamation of shell cases 
by 619th Ordnance Ammunition Company — South of Kumsong, 24th and 
25th Infantry Division seek out enemy resistance — L'se of helicopters to 
land fully armed UN troops (14 min — 1951). 

169 Korea, 30 September-7 October 1951— Raider platoon of 25th Division 
probes Chinese position to obtain firing data for mortar teams — Hill 404 
falls to 4.2 heavy mortar bombardment — North of Yongchong, tank- 
infantry team advances against enemy — Generals Ridgway, Bradley, and 
Van Fleet visit front — Airdrop supply mission executed by 8081 Quarter- 
master aerial supply and packaging company delivers supplies from Japan 
to front — Situation map 7 October (16 min — 1951). 

170 Korea, 8-14 October 1951 — UN naval task force off Wonsan — Con- 
solidation of position on hill 477 — Recapture of hill 391 — Mobile rocket 
launchers saturate target area at night with 4.5-inch rockets — Training 
of pigeons for messenger service — Spiral-four cable rehabilitation — US Air 
Force demonstration for American Ordnance Association (19 min — 1951). 

171 (18 min— November 1951— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

172 Korea, 22-28 October 1951— Surrender of four delegates of North Korean 
forces — The arrival of former Assistant Secretary of Defense Mrs Anna 
Rosenberg, at Yanggu for frontline visit — Situation map 28 October 
(12 min— 1951). 

173 Korea, 28 October-4 November 1951 — Tank patrol aids infantry units 
in capture of hill beyond Heartbreak Ridge — F-51's engage in close tactical 
air support mission — B-26 crasli-landing in combat zone — Peace negoti- 
ations beliiiid lines — Situation map 4 November (10 min — 1951). 

174 The Korean Situation — Combat activities during the week 4-11 Novem- 
ber 1951— Artillery FOB— Activities and mission of the first Artillery 
Forward Observation Battalion in Korea (13 min — 1951). 

175 (10 min— December 1951— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

176 Korea, 19 25 November 1951 — Situation map fi)r period — Reconnais- 
sance patrol directs artillery lire on eastern sector of front to destroy 

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enemy bunker — Use of phosphorus grenade against another enemy bunker — 
Battery of 120-mm antiaircraft guns tracking targets visually and by radar 
at Kataki firing range in Japan — Airdrop tests of personnel and equipment 
at Echterdigen airfield, Germany, and in Japan (12 rain — 1951). 

177 Exercise Desert Rock near Las Vegas, Nevada — Construction of forward 
area and emplacement of army equipment and materiel — Transportation 
of troops to viewing area — Bomb explosion — Troops watch mushroom 
cloud and feel blast — Return of troops to forward area to inspect materiel 
and equipment subjected to blast (29 min — 1951 — Instructor's Notes). 

178 Korea, 9-15 December 1951 — Patrols and sporadic attacks by units 
of less than company strength — Foam smothering technique used to save 
bunimg C-47 transport — Demonstration of back-pressure air-lift method 
of artificial respiration — Peace talks at Panmunjom (10 min — 1952). 

179 Korea, summary of fighting to January 1952 — Role of UN naval units — 
Activities of US 7th fleet — Formosa, present seat of Nationalist China — 
Areas across Formosa Straits — Mission of 7th fleet to secure Formosa from 
attack — Twenty-four hour long-range naval patrols over danger area — 
Activities of PY4Y seaplane and P-28 land-based patrol plan — Land-based 
planes flying from Okinawa and the Philippines readied for patrol duty — ■ 
Plane patrol missions free 7th fleet for action off coast of Korea (14 min — ■ 
1951). 

180 Korea, 17-23 December 1951 — Limitation of ground action along the 
front to patrols and minor skirmishes as truce talks at Panmunjom enter a 
new phase with exchange of prisoner lists — UN naval forces continue to 
bombard east coast anchor of enemy's line below Wonsan — Squadron of 
Sikorsky helicopters ferries battalion of Marine replacements to hilltop on 
eastern sector of Korean front — US aircraft carrier Midway, refueled at sea, 
serves as home base for group of AJ-1 attack bombers — Quartermaster 
Coq^s specialists test new cold weather undergarment for the combat 
soldier (14 min— 1951). 

181 Korea, 24-30 December 1951 — Ground-fighting brought to halt by knee- 
deep snow in most sectors — UN forces maintain and adjust positions while 
cease-fire talks continue at Panmunjom — Ethiopian infantry opens fire on 
enemy hill bunkers from new positions of vantage taken after a recon- 
naissance — Removal of critically wounded infantrymen from Punchbowl 
above Yanggu by litter, jeep, and helicopter to a mobile army surgical 
hospital behind the lines — Helicopter evacuation versus echelon evacua- 
tion — Screening and internment at Kurye of communist guerillas and sus- 
pected civilians by task force of ROK capitol division (9 min — 1952). 

182 Korea, 31 December 1951 through 6 January 1952 — UN forces repulse 
enemy attack in area above Korangpo — Air warfare continues unabated — 
Talks at Panmunjom reach another stalemate — UN forces continue to 
harass enemy supply lines — Army postal service operations in the Far 
East — Channeling mail to the Korean battlefront (17 min — 1952). 

183 Korea, 7-13 January 1952 — UN tactical air command steps-up operation 
Strangle — Sharp ground fighting in west central sector of the front — On 
east coast, UN naval surface units and carrier-based aircraft continue 
interdiction of enemy supply lines — Truce talks bog down at Panmunjom 
as Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky tries to shift negotiations into 

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SFR No. 

more direct channels of UN Security Council— Versatility of the US Army's 
light aviation plane — US Air Force speeds construction of five huge airbases 
in French Morocco (18 min — 1952). 

184 Korea. 14-20 January 1952 — UN air sorties against enemy targets mount 
to the thousands as operation Strangle continues unabated — Ground 
fighting is restricted to miner patrol clashes — Tnice talks continue dead- 
locked at Panmunjom over communist airfield issue — Two Red Cross 
representatives make surprise visit to PW camp in North Korea and are 
refused permission to enter — Conflict in Indo-China continues — French 
union troops and Vietnam forces fight bitter hit-and-run war with Vietminh 
insurgents (13 min — 1952). 

185 Korea, 21-27 January 1952 — Operation Strangle — UN naval blockade 
of enemy supply lines — Artillery unit moves self-propelled &-inch gun over 
icy Punchbowl Pass to ridgetop position on hill 1181, and fires directly 
into enemy bunkers — Truce talks remain deadlocked at Panmunjom — 
Paradrop by French Legionnaires from US Air Force C-82 Flying Boxcars 
outside Algiers — Characteristics of the C-S2 (9 min — 1952). 

60. Training Films 

Training films (TF) deal with approved Department of the Army 
doctrine. They cover specific topics and are intended for use at a 
definite time and place in the training programs. 

TFNo. 

3-1164 Construction of Gasproof Shelters in the Field 

Constructing an easy shelter that affords complete protection to 
troops in gassed areas (21 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

3-1407 Decontamination Procedure — Part I: Basic Techniques 

Decontaminating agents — Proper use — Application (16 min — 
1945 — Film Reference). 

3-1496 Technique of Using Smoke 

Basic principles which apply to tactical use of smoke — Typical 
situations where smoke is used advantageously for purposes of con- 
cealment and deception — Amphibious landing with subsequent inland 
fighting — Types of smoke dispensers used on the ground and in the 
air — Smoke for defensive purposes — Smoke used for military use (19 
min— 1949). 

3-1719 Chemical Smoke Generator Company 

Division chemical officer alerts company for mission — Preliminary 
reconnaissance indicates exact area to be screened — Company moves 
from bivouac to division assembly area - Security measures — Placing 
of units in position — Tour of inspection by (livi.sion chemical officer — 
Generation of smoke — Effect ivciie.ss of smoke checked by ground and 
aerial observation — Fuel, supply, meteorological, maintenance, and 
conimniiiration sections — Other component parts of the company (19 
min— 1«52). 

3-1755 The Chemical Decontamination Company 

DincuHsion of organization and mission of Chemical Decontamina- 
tion Company — Designed to protect major installations, \iU\\ areas 



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and specialized equipment against hazardous effects of chemical, bio- 
logical, and radiological attack — Methods used to decontaniinate air- 
strip that has been attacked with chemical and HE Ijombs — Demon- 
stration of various methods of decontamination (IG min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

3-1860 Individual and Unit Decontamination of Toxic Chemical Agents 

Self-aid in toxic gas yard — Self-aid in combat — Decontamination 
of unit equipment after a chemical attack — Preparation and use of 
DANG Solution and Tropical Bleach (20 min— 1958). 

3-2196 The Employment of Toxic Chemical Agents 

Characteristics and effects of four major types of toxic chemical 
agents — Principles of their employment in defensive and offensive 
combat situations — Various methods of dissemination — Factors gov- 
erning effectiveness of gas (26 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

3-2245 Mixing and Evaluation of Flame Fuels 

Feature and use of thickened and uuthickened fuel — Rule of thumb 
and weight formula for mixing — Safety factors — Testing of fuel (22 
min — 1 956 — Color — Film Reference) . 

3-2431 Radiological Surveys 

Aerial survey after test nuclear explosion; preselected dose rate and 
preselected point methods of performing ground surveys — Use of 
survey information (25 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

3-2499 Individual Protection against CBR Attack 

Aimed at individual soldier — Nature of CBR warfare — Protective 
measures against atomic explosions, biological contamination, and 
gasses (25 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Replaces TF 3-1766, which 
is obsolete). 

3-2593 Nerve Gases — Part I — Field Recognition and Self-Aid Procedures 

Nature and symptoms of nerve gas poisoning — Self-aid in combat — 
Stress on proper use of gas mask and injection of atropine for survival — 
How atropine works to counteract effects of nerve gas (27 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

3-2594 Nerve Gases — Part II — Use of Injection Instruments 

Features, components, and proper use of atropine and ampin 
injection instruments in self-aid to survive nerve gas attack — Proper 
method of preparing and correct technique for injecting these drugs 
are illustrated (17 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

4-640 Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun— Part I: 
Routine Inspection 

Disassembling and oiling breechlock and firing mechanism (18 min — 
1943— Film Reference). 

4-641 Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part II: 
Regular Inspection 

Daily inspection — Cleaning breech and firing mechanism — Check- 
ing bore and fuze setter — Preparing ammunition for use (19 min — 
1943— Film Reference). 

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4-642 Care and Maintenance of the 90.mm AnliaircraH Gun— Part III: 
Routine Checks 

Traversing and elevating checks necessary for preparation of fire — 
Checking and changing oil in recoil and counterrccoil buflfer eystcm 
(29 min— 1943— Film Reference). 

4-644 Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun — Part V: 
Firing, Safety Precaution, and Maintenance After Firing 
Duties of each member of gun crew in preparing gun for firing — 
Handling of ammunition — Loading and firing of gun — Details of 
proper maintenance after firing (12 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

4-1103 Principles of Radar Operation — Part II: Methods of Indicator 

Presentation 

A, B, C, and PPI oscilloscopes — Variations of these ba.sic scopes — 
Individual characteristics of range, azimuth, and elevation scopes 
(26 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1144 Care and Maintenance of the 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun- Part VI: 
Remote Control System M2 

Orientation, synchronization in azimuth and elevation — Calibra- 
tion corrections — Traversing and elevation mechanisms — Remote 
control system — Troubleshooting (23 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 
4-1145 The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun— Part I: Emplacement, Using the 

Prime Mover 

Positions, and sections of bogies, carriage, a bogie frame, pedestal, 
bogie axle, bogie buffer, and trace in traveling position and emplace- 
ment of gun — Demonstration of gun emplacement — Teamwork of 
crew — Duties of section members (45 min — 1943 — Film Reference'). 

4-1146 The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun— Part II: Emplacement Without Use of 
Prime Mover 

Duties of members of gun section when cniplacing 90-nim gun 
without prime mover — Steps in approved sequence (30 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

4-1147 The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun— Part III: March Order 

Meaning and execution of "march order" (30 min — 1943 — Film 
Reference). 

4-1148 The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun -Part IV: Technique of Antitank Firing 

I*rinciples of antitank fighting — Factors involved in shooting at 
moving tank — Important points in antitank fire technique with the 
90-mm A A gun (42 min— 1943— Film Keference). 

4-1149 The 90-mm Antiaircraft Gun— Part V: Direct Fire Drill 

Duties of each gun squad member — Shown in practice and under 
combat conditions (23 min— 1943 — Film Reference). 

4-1271 Controlled Submarine Mines — Part II: Planting Control Buoys and 

Laying Shore Cable 

Marking buoys used to locjite niino group within minefield — Plant- 
ing control buoys with distribution l)ox boat and yawl— ^l^aying shore 
cable with mine planter — ('able laid in two .«ootioiis joined by water- 
tight joint and junction box Making wjiti-rlight joint — Planting 
hlcrn anchor for Dlj bout (29 min — 1U44 — Film Reference). 

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4-1272 Controlled Submarine Mines — Part HI: Planting Ground Mines 

Loading mines, cables, and accessories aboard planter — Connect- 
ing mine cables and raising ropes to their respective mine prior to 
planting — Method of planting — Safety precautions (25 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

4-1273 Controlled Submarine Mines — Part IV: Planting Buoyant Mines 

Loading equipment aboard the mine planter — Loading and plant- 
ing buoyant mines (21 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

4-1274 Controlled Submarine Mines — Part V; Preparing and Planting the 
Distribution Box 

Operations aboard DB boat during planting of group of mines — 
Removal of marking buoys after group has been planted and tested 
(21 min — 1943— Film Reference). 

4-1275 Controlled Submarine Mines— Part VI: Operation of the Mine Field 

Duties of range section— Observation instruments, plotting board, 
and communication system between observation stations and plotting 
room — Plotting course of ship through minefields — Use of mine pre- 
dictor in observation fire — Operation of mine control system in 
casemate — Setting systems — Emergency mine control system — Audio 
reception center (34 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1276 Controlled Submarine Mines— Part VII: Maintenance and Reno- 
vation of Underwater Equipment 

Picking up distribution box and two types of mines — Duties of 
planting section — Renovation of faulty ground and buoyant mine 
equipment — Testing instruments for faulty cable — Mine cases un- 
loaded — Equipment disassenibled — Cases renovated — Tests of firing 
devices, coil roads, and underwater equipment — Component parts of 
minefield reassembled — Renovation of mooring rope and buoyant 
mine anchors (44 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1277 Controlled Submarine Mines — Part I, Section I: Preparation of 
Ground Mine Underwater Equipment 

Personnel division of mine battery — Shore sections — Submarine 
ground mine — Case assembly for planting — Standard ground mines 
assemblies — Preparation of cable, raising ropes, buoy ropes, mine 
buoj's, control buoys, and distribution boxes — Assembly of buoyant 
mines by use of figure eight (47 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1278 Controlled Submarine Mines — Part I, Section II:. Preparation of 
Buoyant Mine Underwater Equipment 

Planting mines — Anchoring equipment — Controls for each mine — 
Mine cables — Figure eight coil — Insulation and conductor resistance 
of cable — Cleaning — Loading of mine cases with TNT — Safety pre- 
cautions — Functioning, preparation, assembly, and installing com- 
pound plug — Assemblj' of mine cap (19 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1280 The Multiple Machine Gun Mounts — Part I: Operation and Main- 
tenance 

Mount in action — Defense against low flying planes — Servicing and 
maintenance (39 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. 
4-1292 The Multiple Machine Gun Mounts— Part II: Drill and Firing 

luspoction of mounts on half-track vehicle before going into opera- 
tion — Locating target — Firing — Teamwork, speed, and precautionary 
measures (31 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1293 The Directors M9 and MIO — Part I: Emplacement and March 
Order 

Assembly for emplacement — Dismantling for march order — Trucks 
equipped for hauling this material — Crew's duties (33 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 

4-1294 The Directors M9 and MIO — Part II: Orientation and Synchroni- 
zation 

Detailed explanations of orientation and synchronization- Orien- 
tation in elevation — Method of synchronizing the director (13 min — 
1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1305 The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part I; Going into Position 

Six steps of going into position (37 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 
4-1306 The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun— Part II: March Order 

All steps from firing position to preparing gun for march order 
(24 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1307 The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part III: Preparation for 

Firing 

Preparation for firing — Examining gun — Checking orientation, 
synchronization, and operation — Report (31 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

4-1308 The 120-mm (4.7-inch) Antiaircraft Gun — Part IV: Inspection of 
Ammunition and Firing 

Amnnmition squad inspects and prepares ammunition — Drill of 
gun section and service of piece during firing (23 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

4-1323 Siting of Gun Laying Radar Sets 

Preparation of clutter and coverage diagrams — Use in determining 
operating position for gun laying radar (33 min — 1944 — Film Ref- 
erence). 

4-1324 The Radio Set SCR-584— Part I: Emplacement and March Order 

EiMplacenient and preparation for travel -Spotting trial fires 
principal use of set (39 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1325 The Radio Set SCR-584— Part II: Tracking Targets 

Indicator i)r('Kenta(ion, searching, mid tracking — Duties of each 
operator-Picking up, tracking, and reporting assigned target — 
Ojjeraling procedure (16 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

4-1363 Radar Spotting of Trial Fire— SCR-584 

Preliminary steps taken in 8i)otting trial fire — Tracking projectile 
on range indicator (9 min- 1944- ImIjii Reference). 

5-200 Pioneer Equipment — Woodcutting Tools 

Types of woodcutting tools used by i)ionerr troops — Purpose and 
use (10 null HMl — Film Reference). 



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TFNo. 
5-201 



5-202 



5-203 



5-322 



5-571 



5-697 



5-698 



5-699 



5-954 



5-955 



5-956 



5-961 



Pioneer Equipment — Manila Rope 

Use of various sizes of manila rope — Characteristics — Care of rope 
(7 min — 1941 — Film Reference). 

Pioneer Equipment — Hitches 

Demonstration of half, clove, timber, rolling, mooring, cats-paw, 
and blackwall hitches (8 min — 1941 — Film Reference). 

Pioneer Equipment — Knots and Bends 

Demonstration of overhand, figure eight, square, sheet bend, double 
sheet bend, anchor, sheepshank, bowline, running bowline, and 
bowline on the bight knots — Bends and their uses (15 min — 1941 — • 
Film Reference). 

Pneumatic Paving Breaker 

Principle, mechanism, assembly, operation, use, and care of Thor 
pneumatic paving breaker (24 min — 1942 — Film Reference). 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — The Pneumatic Rock Drill M75 

Mechanical action, operation, lubrication, and maintenance — • 
Details of rotating type Thor sinker rock drill (19 min — 1942 — Film 
Reference) . 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — The Pneumatic Clay Digger 

Purpose, correct usage, and functioning of clay diggers — Disas- 
sembly and assembly — Routine checks (14 min — 1943 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part V: The Pneumatic Wood 
Borer 

Field use of wood borer — Bridge building — Placing explosives in 
tree and stumps (9 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VIII: The Pneumatic Nail 
Driver 

Technique of driving spikes and nails with nail driver in bridge 
construction (17 min — 1943 — Film Reference), 

Enemy Booby Traps 

Booby traps — Damaging effects — Construction — Placement meth- 
ods and firing mechanisms (27 min — 1940 — Film Reference). 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VI: The Pneumatic Circular 

Saw 

Circular saw in field and combat conditions — Clearing roadblocks — 
Easily transported and quickly set up for use (20 min — 1943 — Film 
Reference) . 

Air Compressor and Air Tools — Part VII: The Pneumatic Chain 

Saw 

Uses of saw — Lubrication — Periodic maintenance (16 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

Camouflage For All Arms 

Individual concealment — Natural and artificial camouflage of men 
and equipment (British film) (47 min — 1943 — Film Reference from 
British Film BC 139). 



381 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 

5-1152 Carpentry — Part I: Measuring, Marking, and Leveling 

Use of carpentry tools — Precautions (.12 niin — 1943 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

5-1153 Carpentry^Part II: Driving and Chopping 

Principles of design of hand hatchet, adze, claw hammer, sledge 
hammer, and maul — Correct use and maintenance (13 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

5-1154 Carpentry — Part III: Sawing and Boring 

Principles of design of crosscut saw. rip saw, brace, and bit — 
Correct use and maintenance (16 min — 1940 — Film Reference). 

5-1155 Carpentry — Part IV: Planing and Chiseling 

Jack plane demonstrated, dismantled, reassembled, and blade 
sharpened — Correct and incorrect handling of tools (14 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

5-1169 Military Roads and Runways — Part I: Clearing, Grubbing, and 
Rock Work 

Preliminary clearing — Grubbing by use of explosives and mechan- 
ical means — Rock work done by "snake-holing," "mudcapping," 
and "block-holing" — Blasting methods used on high vertical and low 
shallow rock ledges (14 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

5-1181 Infantry Support Raft 

Engineers build ponton rafts on river bank — Raft as transportation 
for heavy vehicles across unfordable streams (17 min — 1943 — Film 
Reference). 

5-1190 Military Roads and Runways— Part II: Bases and Untreated Surfaces 

Improving road bases by adding i)roper materials for stalulization 
(10 min— 1943— Film Reference). 

5-1192 Military Roads and Runways — Part IV: Soils, Cement Surfaces 

Various methods of constructing roads and runways (12 min — 
1943— Film Reference). 

5-1193 Military Roads -Part I: Road Expedients 

Expedient methods of road construction in marshy and sandy 

soils — Use of corduroy, wire mesh, and other materials (21 min — 
194.3 -Film Reference). 

5-1194 Military Roads — Part II: Drainage 

Importance of drainage — Providing necessary crown — Constructing 
ditches and open and covered culverts (12 min — 1943 — Film Ref- 
erences). 

5-1197 Military Roads— Part V: Subgrade Preparation 

I'limniiig earth-moving (iperaticms to create best poR.sil)lo sub- 
grade — Mixing sand and clay to obtain o])timum subgrade-— Locating 
Bubgraile to i)revent failure from water — Creating artificial subgrade 
on marshy ground (9 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

5-1198 Military Roads— Part VI: Gravel and Rock Surfaces 

I'riiicipUrH of gnidation— Selection of materials — Placing materials 
on road base (H min -1943 — Film Reference). 

382 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 

5-1226 



5-1242 



5-1377 



5-1408 



5-1415 



5-1441 



5-1442 



^6-1546 



&-1549 



5-1676 



5-1688 



&-1770 



The Double Apron Fence 

Erection of doul)lo apron fence — Construction lay-out — Technique 
of using both reels and bobbins of barbed wire — Three basic methods 
of erecting a barbed wire fence (15 niiu — 1943 — -Fihu Reference). 

Assault Boat River Crossing 

Coordination between infantry and engineer boat crews, using M2 
assault boat3 (17 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Explosives and Demolitions — Bangalore Torpedo 

Assembly of torpedo — Characteristics and operation — Placing 
and setting off the charge — Improvising a bangalore torpedo (9 min — 
1944 — Film Reference). 

Engineer Road Graders 

Operation and use of motorized and towed-type road graders — 
Cutting V-type and flat-bottom ditches — Blade positions (19 min — 
1945 — Film Reference). 

Operation of Rafts 

Effective operation of rafts in swift currents — Infantry support 
raft used as example (15 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

The Floating Bridge M4 — Part II: Assembly of the Bridge 

Construction of a 300-foot M4 bridge — Anchorage problems — 
Installation of end sections — Filling the gap with successive pontons 
and rafts (22 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

The Floating Bridge M4— Part III: Rafts 

Construction of four-ponton rafts — Basic raft In long bridge con- 
struction — Use of long raft to ferry bridge vehicles — Attaching 
powerboat to rafts (10 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Multiplex Mapping — Part II 

Multiplex method of producing accurate topographical maps from 
aerial photographs — Process of converting three-dimensional aerial 
photographs into topographical maps (40 min — 1949 — Color). 
Multiplex Mapping — Part I 

Method of producing topographical maps from photographs — 
Advantages of aerial maps and conversion into topographical maps — 
Obtaining dispositivcs from aerial photographs and using multiplex 
projector to obtain stercographic views of aerial maps for conversion 
into topographical maps — Procedure (26 min — 1949 — Color), 
Basic Engineer Reconnaissance 

Functions of ground and air engineer reconnaissance units — 
Importance of knowing what to look for, paying attention to detail, 
and use of ingenuity and imagination in engineer reconnaissance 
(26 min— 1952— Film Reference). 

The Army Engineer 

The activities and objectives of the Corjis of Engineers — Brief 
history — Typical responsibilities and achievements (22 min — 1953). 
Detector Set, Metallic Mines, Polly Smith 

This film presents Polly Smilh, a development in antitank and 
antipersoimel mine detection equipment — It is Ughter to carry, easier 



333 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFKo. 



5-1774 



5-1784 



5-1785 



5-1788 



5-1789 



5-1790 



5-1791 



5-1792 



to maintain, can be operated on land and underwater, facilitates 
troop movement, and saves men and equipment (.28 min — 1953 — 
Film Reference). 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part I — Adjusting the Le- 

Tourneau Power Control Unit 

Showing that operation of the D-7 Tractor depends on proper 
atljustment of the unit — IIow to recognize and correct common 
causes of power control unit trouble (11 min — 1953). 

Asphalt Mixing Plant Set (Barber-Greene Model 848) 

Discussing equipment design, mechanical operation, high-capacity 
production and suitability for all types of bituminous mixtures — 
Bituminous construction — Properties, ingredients, and uses of the 
various types of mix — Road mix, intermediate mix, and high-type 
mix — Operational knowledge and maintenance procedures of equip- 
ment essential to maximum efficiency (38 min — 1952 — Color — 
Distribution limited to ZI — Commercial Adaptation). 

Model 879A Finisher 

The Barber-Greene Asphalt Finisher lays roads and runways for 
high-speed traffic — Discussion of characteristics, function, and 
mechanical operation — Characteristics of component parts (15 min — 
1952 — Color — Distribution limited to Engineer Units in ZI — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

Basic Map Reading — Part I: Topographic Symbols 

How to identify natural and man-made ground features by repre- 
sentative topographic symbols (18 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Basic Map Reading — Part II: Elevation, Distance, and Grid 

Showing how to interpret contour lines in terms of measuring 
height and determining character of slopes — How to measure distances 
by map and graphic scales — Military grid system explained (27 min — 
1953— Film Reference). 

Basic Map Reading — Part IV: Direction, Orientation, and Location 
Without Compass 

Step-by-6tep explanation for determining direction, orientation, 
and location without compass — IIow to orient the map and identify 
map symijols, compute distances — IIow to determine own position 
by ground features and distant objects — L<jcating objects on the 
map — Use of horizontal and vertical lines — Determining course by 
position of sun and stars — Locating enemy objects — Travel in strange 
terrain (21 min— 1953— Film Reference). 

Basic Map Reading — Part III: Direction, Orientalion, and Location 
with Compass 

Illustrating how the compass is used to orient the map, locate one's 
own position, locate distant objects, travel cross country by ilay ami 
at night (33 min— 1953— Film Reference). 

Basic Map Reading— Part V: Photos and Photomaps 

Showing how to identify terrain feulures on photographs and 
photographic maps — IIow to orient u photograph correctly— Identify- 



334 



TFNo. 



5-1804 



5-1817 



5-1822 



5-1826 



5-1827 



5-1828 



5-1829 



5-1830 



5-1862 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

ing objects by size, shape, shadow, relative tone, anri relation to 
surrounding features (23 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Location and Construction of Road Obstacles 

Purpose, employment, location, and construction of road obstacles — 
Characteristics and application of various types of obstacles — Erection 
of a mine road block (22 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Construction of 10,000 Barrel Bolted Steel Tanks— Part I—Founda- 
tion, Bottom, and Sidcwalls 

Detailed description of construction and installation of huge tanks 
for storage of petroleum required by pipeline system needed to 
support army's machanizedcampaigns (16 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Beacit Obstacles 

Showing the purpose, types, employment, and construction of beach 
obstacles — Emphasizing the planning, selection, construction, loca- 
tion, and use of the various orfshore, tidal zone, and shore obstacles 
(22 min — 1953— Film Reference). 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part 11 — Steering Clutch and 
Brake 

Proper steering techniques — How to detect steering clutch and 
brake troubles — How and when to make corrective adjustments (11 
min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part VI — Caterpillar Cable 
Control Unit 

How to operate the caterpillar cable control unit — How to detect 
and correct operational trouble — Cable control clutch and brake 
adjustments (8 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part III — Flywheel Clutch 
and Starting Engine Clutch 

How to detect and correct flywheel clutch troubles — Methods of 
detecting and correcting malfunctioning of starting engine clutch 
(8 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part IV — Fan Belt and Water 
Pump 

Teaching the proper procedures for checking and adjusting the fan 
belt and water pump — Proper maintenance of the equipment insures 
maximum efficiency (8 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Operator's Adjustments D-7 Tractor — Part V — Tracks 

Showing the methods, procedures, and tools used to check and 
adjust the tracks — Importance of proper maintenance for smooth 
dozer operation (7 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part I — Laying Pipelines 

Demonstrates the laying of typical military pipeline — Stovepipe 
and grasshopper methods of laying pipe — Cold and hot bending pipe 
(19 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 



335 



TF No. 
5-1863 



5-1864 



5-1898 



5-1996 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Military Pipeline Operarions — Part II — Installation of Pumpinf? 

Stations 

How to erect a pumping station, the heart of the pipeline system — 
Pumping stations provide the energy for smooth uninterrupted flow 
of fuel (17 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Military Pipeline Operations — Part III — Operation and Maintenance 

of Pipeline Systems 

Three districts of military pipeline systems — Operation and main- 
tenance by engineer pipeline company — Operation of pumping station 
(10 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

Construction of 10,000 Barrel Bolted Steel Tanks— Part II— Center 

Support, Deck, Valves, and Vents 

Continuation of TF 5-1817 (9 min— 1954— Film Reference). 
Bridge-Panel Bailey Type M-2 — Part I — Site Preparation and Layout 

Standard types of Bailey bridges — How they can be idtiitified — 
Preparation of site and layout of rollers for construction of the 90-foot, 
single span, single story bailey bridge — Assembling the bridge (17 
min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Bridge-Panel Bailey Type M-2 — Part II — Basic Construction 

Ba.sic procedures for erecting a 90-foot double truss Bailey bridge — 
Importance of team work and safety precautions are underscored 
(37 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Bridge-Panel Bailey Type M-2— Part III — Multi-Story Construction 

Showing how to erect multistory bridges — Depicts erection of a 
partial story reinforcement, a triple truss double story, and a three- 
story bridge — Basic assembly procedures are the same for single 
story and multistory construction except that heavy constructions 
require more men and parts (25 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Timber Trestle Bridge 

Construction of a Class 60, timber trestle bridge — Selecting and 
layout of bridge siti' — I'nloading and arranging construction ma- 
terials — Excavating for foundation — Erecting sub and super struc- 
tures (17 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Aluminum Floating Footbridge 

I'lirposo, charactoristics, capabilities — Step-by-stcp procedures \n- 
volvtd in the construction of the bridge (19 rain — 1955 — Film Kof- 

ercncc). 

Bridge, Floating, Pneumatic Float, Class 60, Steel Superstructure — 
Part I — Bridge ANsembly 

Two iiifthods of usseinl)ly — Joining complete single bays and as- 
sembly of two float sections — Stress on safety measures during con- 
struction (35 min — 1950 — Film Reference), 

5-2107 Bridge, Floatlng,Pneumatlc Float, Class 60 Steel Superstructure — 
Part II HaftH 

Features (if various ty|)es of |)neun)Htic rafts — Construction of the 
4-, 5-, and O-lloat rafts — Installation of ramps, deck panel*", flller 



■1997 



5-1998 



5-2103 



5-2105 



5-2106 



336 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



6-2108 



6-2217 



6-2276 



5-2277 



5-2278 



5-2279 



5-2280 



5-2282 



5-2294 



5-2333 



and ramp tread panels — Loading rafts — Moving rafts across stream — 
Responsibilities of rafting crews (16 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Bridge, Floating, Pneumatic Float, Class 60, Steel Superstructure — 

Part III— Fixed Spans 

Erection of 75' span — Centerline abutment sill and footing, trestles, 
deck tread, filler and ramp panels, guy lines, and hand rail posts (17 
min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

Explosives and Demolitions — Part I — Demolition of a Reinforced 
Concrete "T" Beam Bridge 

Demonstrates the methods used to demolish a reinforced concrete 
"T" beam bridge — Covers: types of explosives used, calculation, 
placement and tamping of charges, and detonation (9 min — 1957 — 
Film Reference). 

Water Purification— Part I— PH and Chlorine Residual Test 

Proper addition of indicator solutions — Final matching of colors 
through comparator eyepiece — Evaluating test results (7 min — 1957 — 
Color — Film Reference). 

Water Purification — Part II — Chlorine Demand, Arsenic, and Nitro- 
gen Mustard Tests 

Test equipment, chemicals, procedures, and analysis of test results 
for each test (8 min — 1957 — Color — Film Reference). 

Water Purification — Part III — Coagulation Test 

Test equipment and chemicals — Preparation of standard solu- 
tions — Testing raw water with standard solutions — Optimum PH 
test (8 min — 1957 — Color — Film Reference). 

Water Purification— Part IV— Turbidity, Color, Taste, and Odor 

Tests 

Obtaining and analyzing turbidity reading — Difference between 
apparent and true color — Testing for odor — Taste test (4 min — 
1957 — Color — Film Reference). 

Water Purification — Part V — Chlorides and Sulfates Tests 

Chlorides — Use of potassium chromate and analysis of test sample — 
Sulfates — Use of barium solution and analysis of test sample (7 min — 
1957 — Color — Film Reference). 

Demolitions, M-10 Universal Destructor 

Features and components of the M-10 — How it is used with adapter, 
M-1 and M-3 firing devices, 16-mm mortar shell, and 105-mm and 
155-mm projectiles (7 min — 1956 — Distribution to Army film and 
equipment exchanges in CONL^vS and overseas — Film Reference). 

Construction of General Cargo Aerial Tramway (Ship-to-Shore) 

Use of tramway in logistical operations — Assembly and emplace- 
ment of major components (37 min — 1956). 

Major Bridge Construction 

Construction of pier foundations, piers and superstructures — 
Assembly, lifting, and launching of heavy girders and trusses — Safety 
precautions (13 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 



494599°— 59- 



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337 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
5-2334 



&-2349 



5-2350 



5-2351 



5-2352 



5-2353 



5-2354 



5-2355 



5-2356 



5-2357 



5-2361 



EmplacemcnlB, Intrcnrhments, and Shelters — Part I — Introdurlion 

Construction and use of caves, surface type work and those built 
by cut-and-cover teclmiquc — liequircments for effective field fortifica- 
tions (17 mill — 1057 — Film Ilcfcrcucc). 

Fixed Bridges — Jacking Down Heavy Girders 

Launching and positioning double girder on cribbing — Lowering 
girder to beam seats to permit removal of cribbing — Final seating of 
girder (7 min — 1957 — Film Refereuce). 

Military Fixed Bridges — Nomenclature — Timber Trestle Bridges 

Nomenclature, features, and function of components of super- 
structure and substructure curb and hand rail assembly, (looring, 
stringer systems and supports (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Crane Shovel Unit, Bucyrus Erie, Crawler Moimled, Adjustment of 
Main Operating Clutches and Brakes 

Adjustment of "shpping" clutches, and the hoist and crowd brakes 
(G min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpiller No. 12 — .\djustment of the Bevel 
Gear and Pinion 

Installation of bevel gear, bearings and pinion — Addition and/or 
subtraction of shims; checking for back lash (7 min — 1957 — Film 
Rcfcronce). 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Adjustment of the Main 
Flywheel Clutch 

Initial chock of clearance between j-okc arms and release bearing 
housing — Adjustment of linkage — Final check and adjustment to 
insure proper clearance between release levers and release bearing 
(4 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Before Operation Services 

Checks on fuel, oil, coolant, tires, gauges, lines and connections, 
loose or worn parts, brakes, power controls, and any unusual per- 
formance (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Grader, Motorized, Caterpillar No. 12 — Starling and Stopping 
Procedures 

Starting and stopping the starting engine and diesel engine — 
Sequence of operation and location of components (4 min — 1957 — 
Film Reference). 

Tractor, Caterpillar D-8 — Before Operation Services 

Check on fuel, auxiliary gas, oil, coolant, tracLs, gauges, leaks, 
loose or missing parts, operating controls, power controls, and other 
operating defects (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Tractor, Caterpillar D-8— Starting and Stopping Procedures 

Starting an<l slopping the starting engine — Starling ami stopping 
the diesel engine (3 min — 1957 — Film RofenMU-e). 

Demolitions — Clearing Stumps and Boulders 

Placement, tamping, and firing dynamite cartriilges to cK-ar 
stumjw — Siiak<*li(tHng, IjlockholiiiK, and mudcapping methoils of 
blasting boulders (9 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 



338 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
5-2362 



5-2363 



5-2371 



5-2372 



5-2373 



5-2406 



5-2407 



5-2408 



5-2409 



5-2410 



6-2411 



Demolitions — Placing Charges on Steel 

Cutting steel with plastic and block explosives — Placement, 
priming, firing, and "shearing" effect of offset charges (5 min — 
1957 — Film Reference). 

Demolitions — Placing Charges on Wood 

External charge on large timber — Internal charge in bore hole in 
timber — Charge on partially cut tree — Charges to fell trees and cut 
piling (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part I — Winter Roads 

Film depicts the methods, materials, and techniques for building, 
reinforcing, and protecting roads for A\inter combat operations on 
the Subarctic — Features and methods of erecting fences for protection 
from snow drifts are covered — Main points are reviewed (27 min — 
1958 — Film Reference). 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part II — Winter Field Fortifica- 
tions 

Digging and blasting foxholes into snow, ice, and frozen earth — 
Construction of built up timber and semi-permanent fortifications — 
Camouflage (22 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Field Engineering in the Subarctic — Part III — Ice Mines, Ice Mine 
Fields, AT and AP Mines and Obstacles 

Construction of snow road blocks, ice concrete barriers, timber 
abatis, and barbed wire barriers — Laying mines and detecting and 
removing mines (21 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Map Reading, Basic: Azimuth 

How azimuth is used to reach a city street destination — Definition 
and examples of azimuth, azimuth circle, and back azimuth (5 min — 
1957 — Film Reference). 

Map Reading, Basic: Azimuth Conversion 

How the grid azimuth is converted to magnetic azimuth to deter- 
mine a "path" to an objective — Conversion of magnetic to grid 
azimuth (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Map Reading, Basic: Characteristics of Contour Lines 

How to read contour lines denoting: uniform, gentle, steep, concave, 
and convex slopes; cliffs, vallej's, stream junctions, cuts, and fills 
(6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Map Reading, Basic: Contour Lines and Intervals 

How to read the contour interval and lines to determine shape and 
elevation of land — Examples of lines denoting steep hills and gentle 
slopes (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Map Reading, Basic: Direction 

Definition and differences between True North, Magnetic North, 
and Grid North — Use of declination diagram to determine which 
North is desired (4 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Map Reading, Basic: Elevation 

Methods used to indicate elevation — Elevation markings by means 
of: contour lines and hachures on maps, form lines on aerial photo- 



339 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



graphs, ridge and fftream lines on maps and photographs, and layer 
tints on maps and charts (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2412 Map Reading, Basic: Intersection 

How an unknown position is fixed by means of intersection method — 
Sighting and plotting enemy position by first and second observers 
(5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2413 Map Reading, Basic: Location ^ 

How location can be determined with the aid of a military map — 
Reading grid line coordinates, the west-east grid line and the north 
south grid line as aids in determining location (4 min — 1957 — F'ilm 
Reference) . 

5-2414 Map Reading, Basic: Percent of Slope 

Computing vertical and horizontal distance in field — Measuring 
same distance on map — Applying formula for finding percent of slope 
(7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2415 Map Reading, Basic: Resection 

How to locate an unknown position by the resection method — 
Taking sights on two identifiable reference points — Computing l)ack 
azimuth (7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2416 Map Reading, Basic: Scale and Distance 

How to determine scale and distance by use of representative frac- 
tion and graphic scale (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2417 Map Reading, Basic: Using the Protractor 

Use of protractor to find the azimuth or "street" along which to 
travel to reach a destination (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2445 Demolitions — Detonating Cord Priming 

How detonating cord and accessories are used to fire .single and 
multiple charges — Procedures for priming demolition blocks, dynamite, 
plastic, and cratering charges — Splicing technique and manner of 
attaching cord to explosive is stressed (9 min — 195S — Color — Film 
Reference). 

5-2449 Explosives in Combat 

Techniques and devices used for cratering; clearing road blocks, 
trees, frozen and weeded terrain; demolished bridges; clearing tank 
barriers, etc. (10 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Replaces FB 5-19S 
which is obsolete). 

5-2450 Demolitions — Electric Priming 

IVoccdurc for priming TNT blocks, dynamite, Ml and M2 demoli- 
tions blocks, plastic and cratering charges — Use of galvanometer — 
Proper and safe assembly — I'roper technique for firing the firing 
system ((} min — 1958 — Y\\n\ Reference). 

5-2451 Demolitions — Non-electric Priming 

Non-clectric priming of TNT blocks, plastio oxplosivos, dynamite 
and ammonium nitrate cratering charge— Waterproofing primer for 
under water use (8 min — 1957^ — Film Reference). 

340 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
5-2452 



5-2453 



5-2457 



6-2458 



5-2459 



5-2460 



5-2461 



5-2462 



5-2463 



5-2464 



Demolition — Placing, Spacing, and Tamping Breaching Charges 

Depicts the procedure for placing, spacing, and tamping of internal 
charges to breach a wall, pier, concrete slabs, and pavement — Tamping 
material requirements, calculating and placing of charges and amount 
of explosives for each operation is emphasized (5 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference) . 

Land Mine Warfare, Pull-release Firing Device, M-3 

Employment and operation of Pull-release Firing Device M-3 is 
discussed — Testing, arming, and disarming the M-3 and its use with 
grenades, explosive charges, and the Universal Destructor is detailed 
(8 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Detaching the Shovel Front 

Depicts the procedure for detaching the shovel front from the crane- 
shovel power unit — Stress is placed on inspection, lubrication and 
coiling of cables, after removal (8 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching the Piledriver 

Details the procedure for attaching the piledriver leads — Reeving 
and anchoring hammer hoist cable and pile cable — Lubrication of 
equipment prior to use (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching the Backhoe 

Step-by-step procedure for attaching an A-Frame rigging suspension, 
hoist and drag cables — Anchoring boom and A-Frame — Lubrication 
of equipment prior to operation (7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching Clamshell and Dragline Buckets 

Installation of lattice type boom — Details in attaching the bucl;cts — 
Stress on installing and reeving of cables properly (7 min — 1957 — 
Film Reference). 

Crane-Shovel Unit, Attaching the Crane Front End 

Use of lattice-type boom — Installation of suspension cable and 
crane hoist line — Reeving and anchoring two and three part crane 
hoist lines (7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Elevator Locking Bar Cylinder, 
Replacement and Adjustment 

Step-by-.step procedure for replacing and adjusting the elevator 
locking bar cylinder — Stresses on cleaning all parts and connectors of 
cylinder (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Flow Control and Door Cushion- 
ing Adjustment 

Step-by-step procedure in adjusting flow control and door cushioning 
to permit synchronous and smooth operation of NIKE pit doors 
(5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE— Elevator Locking Bar Cylinder, 
Removal 

Procedure for removing elevator locking bar cylinder for repairs or 
replacement (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 



341 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. 

5-2465 Guided Missile Eqaipment — NIKE — Door Cylinders. Removal 

Demonstrates the Btep-by-stcp procedure in rcmoviuR door cylinders 
for repair or replacement, underscoring prescrilxjd safety precautions 
(7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2466 Guided Missile Equipment— NIKE— Part I— Four- way Talves, Dis- 
assembly 
Step-by-step procedure in disassembly of four-way valves in NIKE 

elevator hydraulic system — Stresses on care to avoid damage or loss 

of 0-ring (9 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

6-2467 Guided Missile Equipment— NIKE— Power Unit Belt Replacement 

Removal of old set of belts — Installing new set — Determining belt 
tension-Adjusting motor and pump pulleys — Checking proper belt 
position and tension (9 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2468 Guided Missile Equipment— NIKE — Two-way Valre, Disassembly 
and Assembly 

Step-by-step procedure for disassembly and assembly of the two- 
way valves in hydraulic system of the NIKE elevator (7 min — 1957 — 
Film Reference). 

5-2469 Guided Missile Equipment — NIKE — Bleeding Door Cylinders 

Procedure for bleeding a single cylinder or four cylinders simulta- 
neously to assure complete removal of air from hydraulic system (5 
min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

5-2506 Guided Missile Equipment— NIKE— Part II— Four-way Valves, 
assembly 

Stcp-by-stop procedure for assembly of four-way valves in NIKE 
elevator hydraulic system — Stresses on cleaning and protecting all 
parts (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

6-1072 The 155-mm Gun Ml — Part I: Nomenclature of the Piece 

Setting up and emplacing gun for firing — Operations explained (26 
min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

6-1227 Laying the Field Artillery Battery 

Teaching and standardizing procedures in laying a field artillery 
battery (15 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

6-1498 Field Artillery Sight Tests and Adjustments 

Function and tocliniciue of testing and adjusting field artillery 
sighting equipment with 105-mm howitzer equipment (27 min — 
1919— Film Reference). 

6-1533 Countermortar 

Countermortar metliods of locating enemy mortar — Forward ob- 
servers — Air observation and photographs — Analysis of craters — 
Countermortar radar — Electronics observation |)08ts — Prisoner inter- 
rogation — Relaying information to division artillery — Sotting up fire 
mission to neutralize enemy mortars (25 min — 1949). 

6-1657 Artillery Survey 

Methods and tcchni(iues of artillery survey — Eciuipment and per- 
sonnel — Traverse, triungulation, and target area base — Reseetion, 

342 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



6-1678 



6-1686 



6-1696 



6-1697 



6-1703 



6-1757 



fr-1775 



inspection, and astronomic observation — Typical field artillery bat- 
talion survey party executing a grid sheet survey — Various phases of 
planning, field work, computation, and plotting — Importance of accu- 
racy in surveys (32 min — 1951). 

Artillery Orientation by Sun and Star— Part I: The Altitude Method 

Determination of true direction by altitude method of solar obser- 
vation — Measurement of angles to sun, corrections for parallax, re- 
fraction, and solution of celestial triangle based upon observer's lati- 
tude plus altitude and declination of sun (25 min — 1951). 

Crater Analysis 

Operation and techniques of crater analysis — Determination of 
enemy weapon and location by crater analysis resulting from shell- 
fire — Method of relaying information to rear — Correlation of crater 
analysis with additional sources of information as a basis for counter- 
fire and countermortar missions (21 min — 1952). 

Fire Direction Procedure — Part I: Precision Fire 

Procedures of fire direction center in precision registration of 105- 
mm howitzer battalion — Techniques common to all fire direction 
activities — Proper methods in announcing and transmitting data (37 
min — 1952). 

Fire Direction Procedure — Part II: Area Fire 

Mission No. 1. Requests base point using percussion fuze — Plot- 
ting target — Sending fire commands to batteries — Adjusting battery 
fires — Converting observer's corrections into new fire commands — 
Firing by battalion for effect — Data for replotting provided by Baker 
computer and vertical control operator. 

Mission No. 2. Where observer's location is known — Time fuze 
adjustment— Calculation of 20/R by computer to obtain air burst — 
Handling of corrections for height or burst. 

Mission No. 3. Request for unobserved fire from higher head- 
quarters for area fire, time fuze, a range spread of }i C apart with 
coordinate location of target given (35 min — 1952). 

Fire Direction Procedure — Part III: Observed Firing Chart 

Observed firing chart principles — When surveyed chart is not avail- 
able — Fire direction center and firing batteries ready for action — 
Live action steps in preparing grid sheet — Horizontal control opera- 
tor — Use of temporary chart — Applying registration data to charts 
(31 min— 19.52). 

Field Artillery Radar 

Discussing and illustrating tasks that can be accomplished by radar 
units organic to field artillery — Importance of weapons' location — 
Detection of enemy mortar shell — Tracking second shell by radar 
with direct-support battalion — Location and destruction of enemy 
mortar location (22 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Field Artillery Sound Ranging 

The mission, capabilities, limitations, and operation of sound rang- 
ing platoons of the field artillery observation battalion — Locating 
enemy artillery — Registering friendly artillery — Using sound-on-sound 
adjustment (23 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

343 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 

6-1813 



6-1814 



6-1897 



6-1962 



fr-1991 



6-2201 



6-2258 



6 2374 



6-2375 



6-2376 



6-2377 



Field Artillery Reconnaissance, Selection and Occupation of Posi- 
tion — Part I: From Rendezvous 

Principles and procedures for planning the field artillery reconnais- 
sance, selection and occupation of position, from the rendezvous 
through to tho start of firing by tho battery (31 inin — 11)53 — Film 

Reference). 

Field Artillery Reconnaissance, Selection, and Occupation of Posi- 
tion — Part II: From the March 

A combat situation showing field artillery reconnaiijsance, selection, 
and occupation of firing position from the march (22 min — 1953 — 

Film Reference). 

The 280-mm Atomic Artillery Projectile (U) 

(25 min— 1953— Film is classified SECRET— RESTRICTED 
DATA.) 

Service of the Piece, 280-mm Gun 

Atomic capability of the 280-mm gun — How the weapon is serv- 
iced — Duties and responsibilities of the gun crew — Emplacement and 
firing — Reduction of malfunction (34 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Service of the Piece — 105-mm Howitzer 

Capabilities — Uncoupling the piece — Preparing for action — Fire 
commands and fuze settings — Care and cleaning of the weapon — 
Coupling and locking weapon into position for travel (34 min — 1955— 
Film Reference). 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion 

How Ijattalion gathers, reports, and evaluates information to ac- 
complish target acquisition (22 min — 1956). 

Introduction to Flash Ranging 

How flash ranging platoon spots and reports targets and battlefield 
information to artillery units — Capabilities and limitations of flash 
ranging (18 min — 1950). 

The 762.mm Rocket— Part I— Introduction to the System (U) 

(10 min— 1957— Film Reference— Film is classified CONFIDEN- 
TIAL.) 

The 762-mm Rocket — Part II — Mechanical Assembly 

Transfer of comi)onents from cargo truck to rocket trailer — Me- 
chanical assembly of components on trailer — Safety precautions (14 
min— 1957— Film Reference- FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

The 762-ram Rocket— Part III— Electrical Testing 

Checks on rocket motor, flight < ap, motor igniter continuity and 
ground, spin-rocket continuity and ground— Siifety precautions (Hi 
min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

The 762-mm Rocket— Part IV- Loading 

Ilciiiovul of a.ssenil)led rocket from trailer — TiO-iding on rocket 
launcher — Use of wrecker boom and handling beam — Duties of crew- 
men (13 min— 1957— Film Reforonce -FOR OFFICIAL USE 

ONLY). 



344 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
6-2378 



6-2379 



6-2401 



6-2402 



6-2403 



6-2424 



7-680 



7-681 



7-993 



7-1131 



The 762-mm Rocket — Part V — Preparation for Action 

Laying and leveling launcher — Eniplacing and leveling wind meas- 
uring set — Placing aiming posts — Recording deflection (19 niin — 
1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

The 762-mm Rocket — Part VI— Firing and March Order 

Electrical checkouts, applications of firing data and wind correc- 
tions, firing of rocket, equipment set in traveling position, march order 
command (20 min— 1957— Film Reference— FOR OFFICIAL USE 
ONLY). 

The CORPORAL Battalion, Part I— Introduction to the System (U) 

(23 min — 1957 — Initial distribution to Army Film and Equipment 
Exchanges for loan to Artillery, Ordnance, and other personnel con- 
cerned with the CORPORAL on a need-to-know basis — Film is classi- 
fied CONFIDENTIAL.) 

The CORPORAL Battalion— Part II— Description of Equipment 

Trailer, test station, ground guidance stations, tracking equipment, 
povv-er and control equipment, erector, loading equipment, warhead, 
launcher, firing station (25 min — 1957 — Film Reference — FOR 
OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

The Corporal Missile — Fueling Operation 

Step-by-step procedures in acid filling and aniline fueling opera- 
tions — Safety precautions are stressed (35 min — 1957 — Film Refer- 
ence—Film is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 

Artillery Orientation by Sun and Star — Part II — The Hour-Angle 
Method 

Computing the true azimuth of Polaris, converting true azimuth to 
grid azimuth, use of corps grid coordinates for effective fire (12 min — 
1957 — Film Reference — Replaces TF 6-1679 which is obsolete). 

Ski Safety 

Ski safety precautions against excessive speed, faulty waxing, im- 
properly adjusted bindingg, and pack equipment — Remedies for over- 
heating, sunburn, and snow blindness (21 min — 1942 — Film Refer- 
ence) . 

Ski Safety — First Aid and Emergency Repair of Equipment 

First aid for various types of ski accidents — Correct methods of 
handling and removing injured — Emergency repair of equipment (41 
min — 1942 — Film Reference). 
Infantry Hasty Field Fortifications — Part I; Individual Intrenchments 

Effective procedures in digging intrenchments under fire — Preparing 
temporary stands in field combat — Individual trench or foxhole, 
spider hole, prone shelter or slit trench — Effective camouflage of indi- 
vidual intrenchments (22 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Infantry Hasty Field Fortifications — Part II: Emplacement of the 
Light and Heavy Cal .30 Machine Gun 

When, where, and how, to dig emplacements for light and heavy 
cal .30 machine guns — Types of foxholes, their particular use, and how 
to camouflage them during digging and after completion (20 min — 
1943 — Film Reference). 

345 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Tt No. 
7-1263 The Bayonet Fighter 

Use of bayonet — Confidence in its uses — Various positions — Indi- 
vidual and group assault tactics (21 niin — 1943 — Film Reference). 

7-1303 Stream-crossing Expedients — Part I: Crossing of Personnel 

Improvised methods by which infantrymen can get themselves and 
their equipment across a stream when engineers are not available 
(If) min— 1944). 

7-1304 Stream-crossing Expedients — Part II: Flotation of Weapons, Equip- 
ment, and Vehicles 

Flotation of vehicles and heavy weapons across streams — Construc- 
tion of raft made from canvas cover of weai)ons carrier, braced by 
truck bows or saplings — Its use to transport weapons, ammunition, 
and equipment of a mortar or machine gun — Large truck wTapped up 
and floated acro.ss stream (15 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

7-1475 Military Rock Climbing — Technique of Climbing 

Organization of the two- and three-man climbing teams — Climbing 
equipment and its correct use — Teams climbing and descending 
various types of formations — Types of holds — Knota to be tied — 
Empha-sis on individual attention and judgment for each rock (32 
min — 1948 — Film Reference). 

7-1480 Military Rock Climbing — Movement of Combat Units 

Procedures for moving and operating with certain types of equij)- 
mcnt in mountain areas — Individual rock climbing — Safety factors — 
Use of field expedients — Methods of handling organizational eciuij)- 
ment in difficult terrain — Transporting sick and injured (31 min — 
1948— Film Reference). 
7-1506 The Reinforced Rifle Platoon In the Attack of a Built-up Area- 
Part I: Tactics and Techniques 

Composition of squadron — Organization, tactical plan, and weapons 
used in attack- Procedures detailed (22 min— 1954— Film Reference). 

7-1507 The Rifle Platoon in Attack on Fortified Positions 

Fortified po.sitions from Great Wall in China to Maginf.t and Sieg- 
fried Lines of WW II — Neutralization of fortified positions -Est al>- 
lishment of fortified positions, site, and con.struetiou— Rifie platoon 
destroying an enemy pillbox (30 min — 1950— Film Reference). 

7-1518 Summer Mountain Movements and Bivouacs 

Training methods and standards \iscd to overcome special pn)blcms 
of troops and uiatericl in mountains during summer — Marching 
techniques— Substitution of animals for motor vehicles— Variety of 
bridges -Difficult hazards— Choice and defense of bivouac (2G min— 
1949 -Film Reference). 

7-1522 Counterflre 

I'riniary purpose of this film is to illustrate tho valuo and the bow 
and why of shell reporting — Methods of locating enemy artillery — 
Sound locating ecjuipment, aerial photographs, and interrogation of 
prisoners — Fire mission under orders to neutralize enemy artillery — 
Order based on counterflre ofllccr's information (13 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference). 

346 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 

7-1539 Dangerous Journey 

Two survivors of combat patrol complete scouting mission into 
enemy territory — Systematic plan of action — Details of individual 
camouflage, cover, and concealment during day and night (46 min — 
1949— Film Reference— From British Army Film BC 1009). 

7-1550 Combat in Deep Snow and Extreme Cold 

Techniques of combat under conditions of deep snow and extreme 
cold in forested areas of Arctic — Infantry rifle company on 2-day 
combat mission in enemy territory — Applicable techniques and sur- 
vival methods (21 min — 1950). 

7-1642 The Reinforced Rifle Platoon in the Attack of a Built-up Area — 
Part II: The Attack 

Depicts tactical planning, preparation and execution of an attack 
on enemy-held town by reinforced rifle platoon — Advantages of 
surprise, firepower, and teamwork (35 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

7-1681 Infantry Weapons Against Tanks 

Use of various antitank weapons of infantry company and bat- 
talion — The 105-mm and 57-mm recoilless rifles, 3.5-inch rocket 
launcher (bazooka), and Sl-mm mortar — Use of antitank mines and 
tank boobytraps — Rifle grenades, white phosphorus rifle and hand 
grenades, thermite grenades, Molotov cocktails, flamethrowers, 
machine guns and rifles — Vulnerable features of tanks (21 min — 
1950— Film Reference). 

7-1709 Troop Movement by Motor 

Presenting the details incident to planning and executing a moto^ 
march — Explaining by action and animation the various types of 
motor movements, organization, and mission of reconnaissance and 
quartering parties, preparation of the march table, distribution of 
nonorganic trucks, organization of motor serials and march units, 
and route control with march halts (34 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

7-1710 Foot Marches 

Training men in foot march techniques — Illustrating duties and 
responsibilities of officers and men before, during, and after the 
march — Importance of careful supervision — Topics treated include 
importance of careful supervision, detailed preparation for and 
execution of the foot march in combat — Success depends on pride of 
unit and leadership (23 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

7-1714 Reconnaissance Patrols 

Type of terrain best suited for daylight and nighttime reconnais- 
sance patrols — Operation of a night reconnaissance patrol to detect 
and report certain information on the enemy in a given sector prior 
to a major attack — Planning and mission of the patrol — Camouflage 
of men — Selection of equipment and route — Report by patrol leader 
to battalion command post upon accompHshment of mission (32 
min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

7-1717 The Infantry Battalion in Defense — Part I 

Corps headquarters receives report of impending aggressor at- 
tack — How an over-all plan of defense evolves — Duties of division, 

347 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



regimental, and battalion commanders — vSeven principles of defense 
(34 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

7-1718 The Infantry Battalion in Defense— Part II 

Depicting actual conduct of defense when superior enemy firepower 
forces withdrawal — Redisposing company elements — Ability of in- 
fantry to hold at all costs is the decisive element between the enemy 
and the objective — Mass firepower — Close combat — Counterattack 
strategy (21 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

7-1729 Observation of Mortar Fire by the Combat Soldier 

Theory and application of forward observation of mortar fire — 
Basic factors of forward observation — Relation of observer to com- 
puter — Mil relation — Bracketing and creeping methods of adjust- 
ment — Rectangle of dispersion and its significance in adjusting fire — 
Firing for efTcct — Elements of initial fire request (40 min — 1955 — 
Film Reference). 

7-1743 The Rifle Platoon in a Night Withdrawal 

Withdrawals are made to avoid unfavorable battle conditions — 
This training film details specifically the planning, preparation, and 
execution of control measures necessary to insure a successful night 
withdrawal (37 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

7-1745 The Reinforced Infantry Battalion in the Attack — Part I: Planning 
the Attack 

Coordination and planning necessary i)rior to an attack mission by 
a reinforced infantry battalion (31 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

7-1746 The Reinforced Infantry Battalion in the Attack — Part II: Conduct of 
the Attack 

Showing the planning, coordination, and tactical strategy a rein- 
forced infantry battalion employs in an attack mission — Briefings — 
Preparational procedures — Use of rifle companies, artillery, mortar, 
tactical air and tank fire, and infantry-tank teams (27 min— 1052 — 
Film Reference). 

7-1750 Combat Patrols 

A patrol leader's report of accomplishment of a night combat patrol 
mission against enemy opposition— Emphasizing importance of staff 
coordination, preparation of men and equipment, rehearsals, ami 
teamwork (37 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

7-1867 Front Line Rifle and Weapons Squad in Defense 

Defensive mission, reconnaissance, fragiiietilary defcu-so order — 
Squad leaders fornmlatc |)lan for defense — Orientation on adminis- 
trative, logistical, command and signal matters — Platoon leader issues 
fire order — Successful repelling of the oncuiy in closo combat (23 min — 
1964 — Fihn Reference). 

7-18G8 Fire and Maneuver — Fundamentals and Squad Employment 

Firo and maneuver are important phases of tactical combat — Defi- 
nition and illustration of each — Correct accomplishnient of maneuver 
(24 min — 1954— Film Rcfcrenco). 

348 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 
7-1904 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Activation 

Discussion of the activation of a typical infantry regiment — Each 
step detailed: orientation, duties and responsibilities of the regimental 
commander and of the unit staff, SI, S2, S3, S4, and executive officer — 
Designation of regiment and company areas — Reception of cadre — 
Cadre training — Drawing and issuing supplies and equipment — Close 
coordination of staff planning — Development of esprit de corps — 
Supply economy (15 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

7-1905 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Training 

Discusses intensive training given the unit to develop fighting 
effectiveness — Each phase of training program explained: basic com- 
bat phase, advanced individual phase, basic unit training, advanced 
unit training, maneuver phase — Development of individual fighting 
skills and specialties, team work, and esprit de corps — Development 
of fighting units to work as tactical teams — Rigorous training under 
simulated battle conditions — Development of leaders (14 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

7-1906 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Movement Overseas 

Regimental movement overseas detailed — Duties and responsibili- 
ties of SI, S2, S3, S4, and executive officer — Importance of security 
measures — Morale — Continuation of physical survival training — 
Care of equipment — Inspections for shortages (18 min — 1954 — Film 
Reference) . 

7-1907 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Staging Overseas 

Immediate establishment of liaison with theater command upon 
arrival at foreign port — Movement of troops and materiel to staging 
area — Further duties and training at staging area — Movement of 
regiment from staging area to forward assembly area for actual 
battle — Use of organic transportation (9 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

7-1908 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Combat 

Explanation and illustration of all phases of actual combat — Re- 
ceipt of division order — Regimental commander's initial concept — 
Staff estimates — Commander's estimate — Commander's decision — 
Operation plan— Operation order — Supervision of execution by com- 
mander — Analysis of tactics used in specific combat situations — Regi- 
ment in attack and in defense — Retrograde movement — Delaying 
action — Pursuits — River crossings — Movement by air — Use, exploi- 
tation of, and defense against atomic weapons — For successful operar- 
tions, prior planning and preparation should be as complete as situa- 
tion and time permit (27 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

7-1909 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Occupation 

War is over but there is occupation duty in foreign country (Ger- 
many) — Commander issues disposition of regiment in support of the 
Military Government — Regiment's activities include: guarding mili- 
tary equipment and vital industrial plants, collecting weapons from 
civilians, screening civilians for security, care of displaced persons, 
transporting food stuffs to market centers, estabUshing extra water 
supply points, safeguarding public health — Combat citations award- 
ed — Combat credits computed — Theater rotation policy established 
(10 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

349 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 
7-1910 Life Cycle of the Infantry Regiment — Inactivation 

Oniers to return to US are received — IicK>iuent sei-ves as carrier 
unit for tl>e move — Duties of Si, S2, S3, and S4 — DiHcharge procedures 
for troops — OfTicial inactivation of regiment (9 min — 1951 — Film 
Reference) . 

7-1931 The Intelligence and Reconnaissance Platoon Tactical Employment 

Missions, organization and equipment of I&R Platoon — Techniciucs 
and Tactics employed to carry out mission (40 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference). 

7-1947 Dismounted Drill— Part I: Squad Drill -Part II: Platoon Drill 

Purpose and nature of drill — Commands — Command Voice — Com- 
position, basic formations, and movements of squad and platoon (32 
min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

7-1972 Terrain Analysis 

Problem of a battalion in the attaclc — Depicts procedureK for making 
a terrain analysis for formulating a plan of attack — Ground recon- 
naissance — Map study of critical terrain features — Aerial rocounais- 
sauce — Regimental objective (10 min — 1955 — Color — Film Ref- 
erence) . 

7-2185 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun — Part I: Feeding 

Action within the receiver during feeding — Positioning of cartridge 
against cartridge stops — Grasping of cartridge by extractor — Position- 
ing of cartridge by extractor for chambering (7 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference). 

7-2186 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun— Part II: Chambering 

Forcing cartridge into chamber — Forcing ejector away from car- 
tridge — Positioning of extractor to grasp another cartridge (4 nun — 
1955 — Film Reference). 

7-2187 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun— Part III: Locking 

Action of the bolt on the accelerator of the lock frame allowing the 
recoiling group to move forward — Seating of breech lock into breech 
rece.s.s — Locking the recoiling groups together (5 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference) . 

7-2188 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun— Part IV: Firing 

Action within the weapon from the time the trigger is raised until 
striker of firing pin ignites the primer in the cartricige (G min — 1955 — 
Film Reference). 

7-2189 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun— Part V: Unlocking 

Unlocking action, showing rearward movement of recoiling part^ — 
Separation of the bolt from the barrel and barrel extension (6 min — 
1955 — Film Reference). 

7-2190 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun— Part VI: Extraction 
and Ejection 

Actions within the receiver during extraction and ejection — Showing 
how during extraction the empty cartridge case is pulled from the 
chamber and how during ejection the cartridge case is forced out of 
the receiver (4 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

350 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 

7-2202 Trigger Squeeze Ml Rifle 

Correct method of squeezing trigger of Ml rifle — Emphasis on 
proper trigger squeeze for accurate fire (5 min — 1955 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

7-2203 Restoration of Balance, 57-mm, Recoilless Rifle 

Disassembly of breech lock — Removal of worn throat rings and 
blocks — Installation of new throat rings and blocks — Stress on im- 
portance of keeping breech lock openings clean to prevent recoil (9 
min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

7-2204 Barrel Packing, Caliber .30 Machine Gun M1917A1 

Purpose of barrel packing for operation of gun — Steps in packing 
the muzzle and breech ends (6 min — 1956 — Distribution to Army film 
and equipment exchanges in CON US and overseas — Film Reference). 

7-2205 Cooling System, Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30 M1917A1 

How steam generated from the heat of the barrel during firing 
passes through the cooling system and condenses back to water (5 
min — 1956 — Distribution to Army film and equipment exchanges in 
CONUS and OS— Film Reference). 

7-2215 Cycle of Operation Caliber .30 Machine Gun— Part VII: Cocking 

Cocking action, showing how the firing pin spring is compressed by 
the cocking level as the bolt moves to the rear (7 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference) . 

7-2223 Technique of Machine Gun Fire— ^Part I: Characteristics of Fire, 
Classes of Fire Target Designation 

Trajectory, maximum ordinates, beaten zone, center of impact — 
Fire w/respect to gun, target and ground — Direction, designation and 
range of target (37 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

7-2224 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part II: Fire Distribution, Fire 
Control, Fire Commands 

Fire distribution for wide, deep and oblique targets — Application, 
shifting and cessation of fire — Oral commands and hand signals — 
Initial and subsequent fire commands (38 min — 1956 — Fikn Refer- 
ence) . 

7-2225 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part III: Direct Laying 

Technique of engaging point, wide, deep, and oblique targets — 
How targets are identified and fire placed — Technique of engaging in 
distinct targets (41 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

7-2226 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part IV: Preparation of Range 
Cards 

How information for direction and elevation is obtained and noted — 
Position of gun, final protective line, sectors of fire, range for likely 
targets (28 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

7-2227 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part V: Expedients for Predeter- 
mined Fire 

How base-stake notch stick and aiming stake methods are employed 
in day and night operations — Use of flashlight and poncho at night 
(21 min— 1956— Film Reference). 

351 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 
7-2228 Technique of Machine Gun Fire— Part VI: Overhead Fire 

Methods of delivering overlicad fire — Miuimum clearance — Deter- 
mining Safety angle w/Gunncr's Rule and w/Leader's Rule (19 min — 
195G — Film Reference). 

7-2229 Technique of Machine Gun Fire— Part VII: Position Defilade 

Partial, minimum, and maximum types of position defilade — 
Elements common to all methods for engaging targets — Computed 
quadrant elevation and aiming points methods (40 min — 1956 — Film 
Reference). 

7-2230 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part VIII: Field Zeroing the Light 
Machine Gun M1919A6 on Bipod Mount 

How gunner adjusts line of aim so that weapon delivers accurate 
fire on target (6 min — 1966 — Film Reference). 

7-2231 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part IX: Measuring Angles, Caliber 
.30 Light Machine Gun M1919A6 on M2 Mount 
How gunner measures and records horizontal angle readings to 
engage targets under any condition of visibility' (8 min — 195C — Film 
Reference). 

7-2232 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part X: Zeroing the Light Machine 
Gun M1919A6 on Tripod M2 

How the gunner adjusts the line of aim so that weapon delivers 
accurate fire on target (5 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

7-2233 Technique of Machine Gun Fire — Part XI: Auxiliary Aiming Point 

How gunner obtains an auxiliary aiming point data and how he uses 
it to engage a target regardless of his ability to see it (6 min — 1956 — 
Film Reference). 

7-2239 81-mm Mortar (M29) Mechanical Training and Crew Drill 

Features and use in combat — Mortar crew in action — St<p-by-stcp 
procedures for mounting, sight setting and laying, loading, firing, and 
removal of misfires (14 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

7-2395 Basic Military Skiing — Part I — Selection and Care of Equipment 

Selecting skis and poles — Adjusting skis for projK'r fit — Cleaning, 
tarring, and waxing skis — Fittiiiii; and cari' of ski climbers — Care of 
equipment in field (17 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

7-2396 Basic Military Skiing— Part II— Skiing Techniques 

Walking on level terrain — Falling and ncovrry — Cross-country 
skiing with and without poles — Single and doiiblo poling — Changing 
direction — Skiing uphill— Climbing on skis (29 min — 1960). 

7-2397 Individual Fighting Techniques on Snow 

Advancing on skis — Handling ski equipment — Firing t<'chniques 
(rifle and automatic weapons) — ('ainonflaging nieii and equipment — 
Construction of fighting positions — Protection of weapons (23 min — 
195<) — Film Reference). 
7-2433 The lOCmm Rifle— Part I— Introduction to tho Weapon 

C'haraeteristicH, components, uso and operation — How it is fired 
from truck and ground — Safety pivcautions — DLsasttembly ii»to 2-Ioad 
breakdown (8 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

352 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. I '^.t 

7-2434 The I06mm Rifle— Part II— Duties of the Crew and Service of the 

,,.,i».-,p,,,-t Piece 

Duties of the 4-nian crew of the lOGinni Rifle — Procedures for load- 
ing, tiring, unloading, and clearing weapon — Preparing weapon for 
travel (7 ruin — 1957 — Film Reference). 

7-2435 The 106mm Rifle— Part III— Crew Drill on Vehicular Mount 

Duties of crewmen in carrying out the before, during, and after firing 
commands — Importance of crew drill to develop speed and efficiency is 
strt^ssed (6 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

7-2436 The 106mm Rifle — Part IV — Dismounting and Mounting the Rifle 

Duties of crewmen in dismounting and mounting the weapon — 
Stressing speed, precision, and teamwork in executing crew drills (6 
min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

7-2437 The 106mm Rifle— Part V— Using the Spotting Rifle 

Purpose, features, and operation of Cal .50 Spotting Rifle — Aligning 
with 106mm rifle — Capabilities, limitations, proper handling of am- 
munition — Loading, firing, adjusting fire — Cleaning the weapon (7 
min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

7-2438 The 106mm Rifle M40A-1— Part VI— The Stadia Sight 

Components, stadia principle and method of plotting stadia lines — 
Use of stadia lines to determine range of targets of known and unknown 
dimension — Use of Spotting Rifle with stadia sight (12 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

7-2550 Reporting Enemy Information 

Methods and techniques of gathering and reporting enemy informa- 
tion by individual soldier — Correct observation and search techniques — 
Complete and accurate reporting of enemy activity — Use of reported 
information by S-2 Officer (23 min — 1958 — Film Reference — Replaces 
TF 21-1289 which is obsolete). 

7-2551 Counterintelligence in Combat 

Purpose of counterintelligence in combat — Depicts the three major 
categories emploj-ed to denj' the enemy information, to deceive him, 
and to detect and neutralize his subversive activity — Operation of 
front line checkpoint — Apprehension of the agent (28 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference — Replaces TF 11-321 previously declared obsolete in 
MFIB No. 85). 

7-2580 Helicopterborne Operations 

Typical helicopterborne assault — Attack order — Loading, moving, 
and unloading of troops and equipment — Action of supporting ground 
and air elements — Seizure of objective — Evacuation of casualties — 
Advantages for successful ground tactics in terms of speed, mobility, 
and flexibility (24 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

8-1297 Personal Health in Snow and Extreme Cold 

Principles of living and operating in cold — Conserving body energy — 
First aid for snow injuries — Type of clothing — Cleanliness — Over-all 
cold weather technique for keeping healthy (19 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

494599°— 59 23 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
8-1343 



8-1344 



8-1345 



8-1346 



8-1366 



a-1378 



8-1383 



8-1388 



8-1389 



8-1390 



Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part I: Morning Care 

Morning caro of patients — Breakfast — Importance of attractive 
service — Dietary patients — Feeding the holpiess — Ward policing (7 
min — 1944— Film Reference — From Navy Film MN 151I-B). 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part 11: Evening Care 

Evening care of patients — Nightshift corpsmcn — Washing patients — 
Importance of frequent alcohol rubbing to prevent pressure sores — 
Medicine — Hourly check of patients throughout the night by corpsmen 
(7 min — 1944 — Film Reference — From Navy Film MN 151 1-E). 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part III: Post-operative Care 

Procedure for making anesthetic bed — Moving patient from 
stretcher to bed — Care required when patient is arousing from anes- 
thetic (13 min — 1944 — Film Reference — From Navy Film MN 
1511-H). 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Part IV: Temperature, Pulse, and 
Respiration 

Correct way of taking temperature, pulse, and respiration — Places 
where pulse beat may be found (15 min — 1944 — Film Reference — 
From Navy Film MN 1511-1). 

Hypodermic Needles and Syringes — Their Care and Function 

Construction, cleaning, sharpening, and sterilizing hypodermic 
syringes — Cleaning syringe after use, removing stains, and freeing 
stuck plunger (16 miu — 1944 — Color — Film Reference — Commercial 
Adaptation), 

Clinical Malaria 

Activity of anopheline mosquito — Life cycle of malaria parasite 
in human blood stream — Studies of symptoms and course of disease — 
Comparison of benign, tertian, quartan, and malignant tertian malaria 
(26 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Care of the Sick and the Injured — Enemas 

Retention type and evacuation type enemas — Procedure in admin- 
istering — Care of patient and equipment (20 min — 1944 — Film Ref- 
erence — From Navy Film MN 151 1-V). 

The Heart and Circulation 

Chest and heart diagram — Types of breathing and correlated heart 
sounds — Mechanism of heart action illustrated In' picture of turtle 
heart and animated diagram of valve action — Importance of heart 
and nerve stimuli on heart rates (10 min — 1944 — Film Reference — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Mechanism of Breathing 

How air is drawn into the lungs — Varioiis functions of breathing 
mechanism — Animated diagrams and photographs of simple experi- 
ments (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Digestion of Foods 

Food intake, digestion, and absorption — Artificial stimulation of 
nerve to salivary glands by electricity to increase flow of saliva — 



364 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



8-1391 



8-1392 



8-1393 



8-1394 



8-1395 



8-1396 



8-1428 



8-1429 



8-1430 



Interrelationships of stomach, intestine, and digestive glands (10 min — 
1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Control of Body Temperature 

Phj-siological experimemts — Role of nerve endings, heart rate, and 
skin — Primary mechanism of skin temperature dependent upon dila- 
tion of capillaries, sweating, and relaxation of skin muscles (11 miu— 
1944 — Film Reference — (Commercial Adaptation). 

The Work of the Kidneys 

The renal system — Formation of urine — Regulation of blood com- 
position — Functioning of bladder — Relation of blood pressure to 
urine flow — Rate of secretion as affected by sugar, water, and tem- 
perature — Animated drawings and laboratory demonstrations (11 
min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

The Nervous System 

Importance of quick nerve reactions — Comparison of central 
nervous sj-stem of frog, cat, and mouse — Other nerve conditions 
shown by picture of paralysis of dififerent muscles compared with 
spinal cord diagrams and cross sections (11 miu — 1944 — Film Refer- 
ence — Commercial Adaptation) . 

The Eyes and Their Care 

Practical vision maintenance — Diagrams of eye — Details of com- 
ponent parts — Types and defects of vision (11 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference — Commercial Adaptation.) 

Endocrine Glands 

Elementary summary of how some endocrine glands affect living 
beings — Experiments on parathyroid, pituitary, and thyroid glands — 
Description and results (11 min — 1944 — Film Reference — Commercial 
Adaptation) . 

Body Defenses Against Disease 

Body defense mechanisms and their manner of repelling or combat- 
ing bacteria — Ways in which the skin walls off invading organisms — 
Importance of vaccines and serum therapy (11 miu — 1944 — Film 
Reference — Commercial Adaptation) . 

Care of the Sick and Injured— The NP Patient 

Handling and care of neuropsychiatric patients (28 min — 1945 — 
Film Reference — From Navy Film MN 151 1-R). 

Physiology of Anoxia — The Basis of Inhalation Therapy 

O.xygen entering tissue from lungs while state of anoxic, anemic, 
stagnant, or histotoxic anoxia is present — Respiratory system — 
Respiration increase during heavy labor — Illnesses where anoxia may 
be present (Technical film for professional personnel only — 22 min — 
Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Oxygen Therapy Procedures 

Oxygen therapy — Precautions in storing oxygen — Attaching regu- 
lator to cylinder valve — Starting flow of oxygen — Choice of appara- 
tus — Administering o.xygen by face mask and tent (36 min — 1945 — 
Commercial Adaptation). 



366 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
8-1460 



8-1461 



8-1467 



8-1468 



8-1476 



8-1495 



8-1501 



8-1502 



8-1503 



8-1520 



Care of the Sick and Injured — Chain of Asepsis 

Sti-rilf tichniquo — Iiiiportnnco of sterile linens, preoperative prepara- 
tion of patient, scrub t<?chnique, preparation of the operating room, and 
maintenance of chain of asepsis during operation (30 min — 1945 — From 
Navy Film MN 1511-F). 

Care of the Sick and Injured — Enemy Bacteria 

Necessity for meticulous cleanliness in surgery — Entry of bacteria 
into bloodstream — Action of bacteria — Resultant effect on patient (29 
min — 1945 — Color — Film Reference — From Navy Film MN 1511-L). 

Control of Louse-borne Disease 

Control of louse-borne diseases through personal and barracks sanita- 
tion — Use of DDT and other insecticides (15 min — 1946 — Film Refer- 
ence). 
DDT in the Control of Household Insects 

Effective methods of controlling household insects — Responsibilities 
of Corps of Engineers and Medical Department — Methods of applying 
DDT in its three forms — Equipment used to apply DDT against house- 
flies, cockroaches, and bedbugs — Living and breeding habits of these 
insects (17 min — 1948 — Film Reference). 

Our Food and Our Health 

Importance of proper eating habits as a factor in maintaining indi- 
vidual soldier's health and well-being (15 min — 1948 — Color — Film 
Reference). 

Control of Mosquito-borne Diseases 

Cooperation of Army, Navy, and Air Force i>ersonnel in research and 
control of mosquito-borne diseases — Importance of proper clothing — 
Equipment needed for spraying and destroying breeding i)laces of car- 
riers of malaria, dengue, brain fever, and filariasis (19 min — 1948 — Film 
Reference) . 
The Stowaway — Part I: Disease and Personal Hygiene 

Obvious and obscure ways in which disease is spread by food-handling 
personnel — Proper sanitary precautions and remedies (17 min — 1948 — 
P'ilm Reference). 

The Stowaway — Part II: Galley Sanitation 

Personal hygiene of food-handling personnel — Importance of sanita- 
tion in i^reventing spread of disease (24 min — 1948 — Film Reference). 

The Stowaway — Part III: Food Storage 

Careful inspection of food by US Army Veterinary Corps, Bureau of 
Animal Industry, and Port Food Service Inspector prior to procurement 
and use aboard troop transports — Proper facilities for food storage — 
Detailed principles of proper storage and preservation of food (13 min — 
1949— Film Reference). 

Isolation Technique 

Correct procedures, techniques, and precautions used in handling ca.ses 
requiring isolation in hosjiitals (18 min — 1948 — Film Reference — From 
Navy Film MN 151 1-X). 



356 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 
^1536 



8 1537 



8-1538 



8-1576 



8-1577 



8-1578 



8-1586 



8-1650 



8-1660 



8-1605 



8-1669 



The Medical Examination — Part I: Importance 

Importance of medical examination for military and civilian per- 
sonnel — Attitude of examining doctor — Doctor-patient relationship — 
Doctor-doctor relationship — Doctor-administrator relationship — All im- 
portant factors in proper conduct of medical examination and mainte- 
nance of accurate records (19 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

The Medical Examination — Part II: History 

Reviewing Form 89, Report of Medical History, prior to medical 
cxann'nation — Evaluation of patient's physical handicaps in relation to 
his occupational duties (17 min — 1950 — Film Reference). "'''' ""' 

The Medical Examination — Part III: Examination 

Composition of typical examining team used in large-scale examina- 
tions — Progression of examinees from phase to phase of operation — 
Coordinating each step in examination with item-by-item format of 
Forms SB and 89, Report of Medical Examination (17 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference). 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part II: The Individual 

Importance of observing rules concerning personal cleanliness and 
sanitary work habits to prevent spread of germs (13 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference). 

Hospital Food Service Personnel Training— Part III: Equipment 

Importance of cleanliness in food handling — Danger of food poison- 
ing — Proper rules for cleaning eciuipment — Loosening dirt, dissolving or 
emulsifying dirt, rinsing, and drying (12 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

Hospital Food Service Training — Part IV: Serving Food 

Importance of serving food in an appetizing manner — Types of duties 
(15 min— 1950— Color— Film Reference). 

Fractures — An Introduction 

Modern concept of treating a fracture — Mechanism, pathology, 
repair, and management of fractures (27 min — 1949 — Film Reference — 
Commercial Adaptation) . 

Ward Care of Pneumonia Patients 

Pneumonia as a primary cause of death — Care of pneumonia patients 
by nurses and medical orderlies — Mechanics and operation of the oxygen 
tent — Rules of positive health (23 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

Nursing Care in Poliomyelitis 

Necessary care in successful treatment of poliomyelitis patients — 
Nursing care — Treatment of spasm— Care of the respirator patient — 
Convalescent care (70 min— 1951 — Color — Film Reference — Commer- 
cial Adaptation). 

Personal Hygiene 

Good personal hygiene — Detailed care of hair, teeth, feet, and body 
(30 min— 1950— Film Reference). 

The Rat Problem 

Destructiveness of the rat — Contamination it causes — Rat as a carrier 
of disease — Blood poisoning caused by rat bites — Transmittal of plague 



357 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 



ft-I670 



8-1671 



8-1672 



8-1673 



8-1674 



fr-1675 



8-1683 



8-1691 



8-1705 



from rat to man by rat fleas — Necessity for ueinK scientific method to 
control rats (25 niin- — 1950 — P'ilin lieferente). 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat — Part I: The Norway Rat 

Activities and characteristics of the Norway rat (2S miii — 1950 — 
Film Pleference). 

Habits and Characteristics of the Rat— Part II: The Roof Rat 

Habits of the roof rat — Comparison of the roof with the Norway 
rat (13 min— 1950— Film Reference). 

Sanitation Techniques in Rat Control 

Conditions necessary to rat life — Methods of interior and exterior 
ratproofing (21 min — 1950 — Fihn Reference). 

Practical Rat Control — Ratproofing 

Ratproofing key to permanent rat control — Examples of rat's gnaw- 
ing ability — Basic materials used in ratproofing — Use of mobile work 
shop in ratproofing — Island theory of rat control — Best and most 
economical method of ratproofing — Continuous rat sanitation (19 
min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

Practical Rat Control— Rat Killing 

Eliminating retiuisites for rat e.xi.stence — Poison.s — Mechanical de- 
vices — Importance of control and experienced exterminators — Area 
control methods (37 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

Rat Ectoparasite Control 

Infection of man with murine typhus and plague by rat fle^ — Posi- 
tive methods of killing fleas with DDT — Elimination of rats to prevent 
dreaded communicable diseases (12 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

Evacuation of Casualties 

Outlines the work and responsibilities of medical department 
personnel — Purjioses of various medical installations in the chain of 
evacuation — Process from battalion aid to stateside hospitals (33 
min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

General Effects of Heat on Man 

Hot-room tests on human body conducted at Medical Department 
Field Research Laboratory, Ft Knox, Kentucky — Effect s of heat on 
human body during military operations — Controlled laboratory 
conditions to simulate climates of deserts and tropical jungles — 
Dehydration, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke — Preventive measures 
and first aid treatment — Adeciuatc water intake — Water-and-salt 
balance — Proper clothing — Shelter against sun — Proper eating hab- 
its — Differences between dry and danip heat (21 min — 1961 — Film 
Reference). 

Transportation of Casualties 

Removal of casualties from combat area — One- and two-man 
carriers and the use of litters to ambulances, trucks, DUKW's, 
hospital trains, aircraft, and ships — ImjjroviKation when lacking 
standard e(|uipment — Use of lit(<*r sleds in far north — Special nuthods 
in mouritainou.s terrain — Hospital ships and lrjuisi)ort aircraft used 



358 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 



8-1706 



8-1708 



8-1761 



8-1763 



&-1765 



8-1786 



8-1816 



to transport casualties to permanent hospitals in ZI (26 min — 1951 — 
Film Reference). 

Speech Reading 

Ease with which people suffering from a hearing loss may learn to 
increase other powers of perception, especially the sense of sight and 
see what people are saying — Methods of learning how vowel and 
consonant sounds are formed by the mouth — What to observe — 
The technique of observation demonstrated by an internal film which 
the audience is assumed to be viewing directly through the eye of the 
camera (28 min — 1952 — Distribution limited to ZI and Hawaii — 
Film Reference). 

Hospital Sanitation 

Hospital window cleaner, whose work takes him through the entire 
hospital, narrates story of hospital cleanliness — What it takes to 
keep outer grounds, offices, clinics, laboratories, storerooms, elevators, 
corridors, and wards germ-free — Special precautions to clean 
contaminated bedding in isolation wards — Purity of water supply (14 
min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

Medical Planning for a Task Force Operation 

Joint operations of Army, Navy, and Air Force require long-term 
medical planning — The task force surgeon designates responsibilities 
such as these among the three services: defense against l:)iological, 
atomic, and chemical warfare; estimates of required hospitalization 
quarters and number of fixed beds; immunization-fighting personnel 
against endemic diseases; provisions for adequate medical units, 
supplies, and specialized medical personnel in the combat area; 
detailed plans for evacuation of wounded by sea and air (32 min — 
1952— Film Reference). 

Medical Service of the Infantry Division — To Conserve the Fighting 
Strength 

Showing the organization, functions, and responsibilities of the 
medical services of an infantry division in bivouac and combat situ- 
ations — Emphasizing that the primary purpose of division medicine 
is to conserve the fighting strength (25 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

Medical Service of the Airborne Division — To Conserve the Fighting 
Strength 

Showing the organization, planning, training, and operation of 
medical units attached to an airborne division — Difference between 
airborne and infantry medical services (28 min — 1952 — Film Reference) . 

Human Reproduction '^ 

Using models and animated drawings to explain the story of human 
reproduction — Anatomy and physiology of male and female repro- 
ductive organs — Fertilization — Development of human embryo — 
Processes of normal human birth (22 min — 1953 — Film Reference — 
Commercial Adaptation). 

Purification of Water 

Types and dangers of untreated water — Unit and individual 
techniques for water purification in the field — Application of chemical 
treatment, filtering, and boiling (20 min — 1955). 

m 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
a-1841 



8-1944 



8-2080 



8-2083 



8-2090 



8-2093 



8-2125 



»-2198 



8-2292 



8-2293 



8-2295 



Hospital Food Service Personnel Training — Part 1: Introduction 

Showing the dcpartinciits, o(|iiipiiiciit, meiui. plaiiiiinp, aiici food 
preparation j)roceflurcs typical of hospital food service — Einphasiziiifz 
proper food handling and preparation, and the importance of clean- 
liness and timeliness (16 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

The Hospital Ward Team 

Composition, contrihntionp, and responsibilities of hospital ward 
team — Emphasis on rolo of tlic medical technician, a key memljer of 
the team (23 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Plaster Casts 

Duties of plaster technician — Plaster room and equipment — 
Technician assisting surgeon to applj" casts (38 min — 1948 — Film 
Reference) . 

Swinging Into Step 

Rehabilitation and morale — Teaching amputees to return to 
normal living (33 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Ward Care of Psychotic Patients 

Duties and methods used by ward attendants in caring for psychotic 
patients in closed wards (41 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Strictly Personal (WAC) 

Factors in molding a better figure — General grooming — Use of 

cosmetics — Functioning of female body (36 min — 1945 — Film 
Reference). 

It's Up to You 

Three typical adjustment cases to military life — Common problems 
of fear, anxiety, anger, and insecurity — Positive approaches of 
handling such problems result in easier and better adjustment — 
Emjihasis on understanding of inner feelings as key to adjustment 
(32 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 
Resuscitative Care of the Severely Wounded 

Arresting hemorrhage — Splinting fractures — Plasma infusion — 
Alleviation of pain and anxiety — Pre-operative, surgical, and post- 
operative care (24 min- — 1957- Color — Film Reference). 
First Aid — Part I — Major Wounds and Fractures 

Treatment for wounds of the chest, belly, head, and face — Fractures 
of jaw, leg, elbow, arm, ribs, neck, and back (33 min — 1957 — Color — 
Film Reference — Replaces TF 8-1571 j)revioussly declared obsolete). 

First Aid— Part II — Everyday Emergencies 

Treatment for snake bite, poisoning, foreign object in eye, car, and 
nose, clioking, splints, faintness, artificial respiration, electric shock 
(29 min— 1966— iMlm Reference — Replaces TH 8-1581 which is 
f)bsolete). 
McKH Sanitation 

Mess sanilutiDii j)rincij)lps in storing foods, preparing mealn, serving 
meals, care of h-ftovcrs, garbage disi)()sal, and care of flies (25 min — 
195r>-~ Distribution to army (ilni and (Miuipment exchanges in CONUS 
and Oversea** for loan to intere.sled units). 



360 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
8-2383 



Operating Room Procedures 

Duties of the circulating, instrument, and suture technicians — 
Packing articles required for operation — Preparing required instru- 
ments — Proper sterilization procedures — Preparing and checking 
operating room equipment — Making sponge counts (21 miii — 1957 — ■ 
Color — Distribution primarily to Central Film and Equipment 
Exchanges and Film and Equiimicnt Exchanges at Army Hospitals — ■ 
From Air Force Film TF 1-8149). 

8-2471 Basic Care of Patients — Part I — Cleaning the Patients Unit and 
Making an Unoccupied Bed 

Stripping bed of soiled linen — Cleaning bed, chair, and bedside 
cabinet— Making bed with clean linen — Final straightening of the 
unit (15 niin — 1957 — Film Reference). 

8-2472 Basic Care of Patients— Part II— The Bed Bath 

Preparation for bath — Equipment, technique, and sequence used 
by Corpsman — Stress on psychological and physical value of bath 
for patient's recovery (17 min — 1957 — ^Film Reference). 

8-2473 Basic Care of Patients — Part III — Making an Occupied Bed 

Positioning the patient — Sequence and technique for removing 
foundation linen, draw sheets, top sheets, and pillow cases — ^ Replacing 
them with clean counterparts (17 min — -1957 — Film Reference). 

8-2474 Basic Care of Patients — Part IV— Physical Comforts 

Mouth care of conscious and unconscious patients — Changing 
position of patient in bed — Use of helpful appliances (11 min — 1957 — 
Film Reference). 

8-2475 Basic Care of Patients— Part V — Feeding the Patient 

How Corpsman prepares patient for meals, serves trays, assists 
semi-helpless and postoperative patients, and feeds helpless patients 
(8 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

8-2476 Basic Care of Patients— Part VI — The Enema 

Proper way to administer cleansing enema — Preparation of equip- 
ment and solution — Preparation of patient — Administering the 
enema — After-care of patient and equipment — Observation of results 
(10 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

8-2477 Basic Care of Patients— Part VII — Sterile Technique 

Sterilizing equipment using moist heat, dry heat, and chemicals — 
Handling sterile equipment — Care of equipment when not in use — 
Keeping area being treated sterile (13 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

8-2478 Basic Care of Patients— Part VIII — Preoperative Care 

Mental and physical care given the patient before surgery — Duties 
of each member of the medical team — Stress on alla\-ing patient's 
fears (9 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

8-2479 Basic Care of Patients — Part IX— Postoperative Care 

Preparation of bed and unit — Transfer of unconscious patient to 
his bed — Care during unconscious state and as he regains conscious- 
ness (12 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

S61 



TF No. 
8-2524 



8-2539 



8-2579 



^171 



9-960 



9-970 



9-971 



9-972 



9-973 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Prevention of Cold Injuries 

Defines nature and symptoms of cold injuries in combat covering 
dry and wet cold — Basic rules for prevention of cold injuries in the 
field are demonstrated (20 min — 1968 — Film Reference — Replacers 
FB 8-180 and TF 8-1690 which are obsolete). 

Control of Hemorrhage 

External and internal arterial and venous bleeding — Hemorrhage 
in specific areas of the body — Various types of hemorrhage and 
methods of control — When tourniquet should be used — Proper applica- 
tion of various types of tourniquets and safety measures to be observed 
(20 min — 1958 — Color — Film Reference). 

Dental Health 

Causes, symptoms, and eflfects of unhealthy teeth — Pitfalls of 
improper diet and neglect — Type of tooth and gum infections — 
Proper diet and good oral hygiene is stressed (17 min — 1958 — Replaces 
TF 8-2096 which is obsolete). 

Engine of the Diesel Tractractor 

Disassembly — Order in which parts are removed — Cleaning and 
oiling parts — Procedure for replacement (20 min — 1941 — Film 
Reference). 

Gun, Automatic, 40-mm Ml — Principles of Operation 

Vital parts of gun and functioning processes — Recoil, recuperator, 
breech mechanism, and buffer — Loading, firing, and recoil — Difference 
between single loading and automatic loading of ammunition (25 min — 
1943— Film Reference). 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part I: Tire Designs 
and Functions 

Construction of pneumatic tires and tubes — Rim types and main- 
tenance precaution (11 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial 
Adaptation). 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part II: Preventive 

Maintenance 

Preventive measures — Daily routine to avoid common causes of tire 
failures (15 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part III: Removing and 
Replacing Wheels 

Preventive maintenance — Step-by-step procedure in removing and 
replacing wheels (9 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial Adap- 
tation). 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires— Part IV: Mounting and 
Dismounting Tires with Full Drop Center Rims. 

Complete mounting and dismounting procedures when using full 
drop center rims (14 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Conmiorcial 
Adaptation). 



362 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 

9-974 



9-975 



9-976 



9-1122 



9-1124 



9-1126 



9-1127 



9-1167 



9-1168 



9-1172 



Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part V: Mounting and 
Dismounting Tires with Semidrop Center and Flat Base Rims 

Proper method for rci)lacing tires and tubes on wheels with semidrop 
center and flat base rims (18 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Com- 
mercial Adaptation). 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part VI: Tire Repairs 

Method of repairing tubes and tires — Periodic checks and repairs 
(12 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Care and Maintenance of Pneumatic Tires — Part VII: Mounting and 
Dismounting Combat Tires 

Design, construction, and use of combat tires — Procedure for 
mounting and dismounting — Use and care of tools (20 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference — Commercial Adaptation). 

Military Optical Instruments — Part III: Observation and Measuring 
Instruments 

Field glasses — BC telcscoi^e — Aiming circle — Rangefinder — Height 
finder (14 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Howitzer, Pack, 75-mm, MlAl, and Carriages Ml and M8 — Principles 
of Operation 

Delivery of weapons by parachute — Assembling howitzer — Identi- 
fication and description of major components — Functioning of various 
parts — Working model demonstrated (24 min — 1944 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

The Half Track Vehicle — Part I: Care and Maintenance of Endless 
Band Tracks and Bogie Wheels 

Nature, use, and advantages of half track vehicle for off-the-road 
transportation — Function of parts — Importance of proper adjust- 
ments, cleaning, and lubrication — Method of checking tension — 
Adjusting track — Bending track guides — Realigning rear idler — 
Replacing studs — Use of tools (29 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

The Half Track Vehicle — Part III: Removal and Installation of Bogie 
Wheels 

Procedure and precautions in removal and replacement of outer and 
inner wheels in bogie assembly — Replacing bogie wheel with track 
(13 min— 1943— Film Reference). 

Military Optical Instruments — Part I: Optical Principles 

Principles of lenses, prisms, and mirrors — Explanation of reflection, 
refraction, total reflection, and inversion of images bj' convex lenses 
(10 min— 1943— Film Reference). 

Military Optical Instruments — Part II: Sighting Instruments 

Optical systems in typical sighting instruments — Straight tube 
telescopes, periscopes, and panoramic telescopes (13 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

US Rifle, Cal .30, Ml— Principles of Operation 

Functioning principle of rifle — Operation (15 min — 1943 — Film 
Reference) . 



363 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
^1205 



»-1213 



9-1218 



9-1245 



9-1246 



9-1258 



9-1264 



9-1268 



9-1269 



9-1282 



9-1283 



9-1285 



Rifle, Automatic, Cal .30, Browning M1918A2— Principles of Operation 

Rearward niovcincnt of recoiling parts — Action of papos — Action of 
hanmicr — Unlocking — Extraction — Ejection — liuffer — Actuator func- 
tions — Processes of feeding, locking, and firing in forward movement of 
recoiling parts — Function of trigger mechanism in normal and slow 
fire (16 niin— 1943— Film Reference). 

The Synchromesh Transmission— Principles of Operation 

Operating principles of synchromesh transmission developed for M4 
tank and other army vehicles — Function of sliding gear clutch — 
Description of synchromesh device (25 min — 1943— Film Reference). 

The Oil Filter Goes to War 

Construction, functioning, and servicing of oil filters used on mili- 
tary vehicles (26 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 
Vacuum Power Brakes — Principles of Operation 

Principles of vacuum power system — Conversion of engine vacuum 
power into mechanical power for brakes — Identification and operation 
of main parts (14 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 
Hydrovac Power Brakes — Principles of Operation 

Action of check valve, power cylinder, control valve, and slave 
cylinder in operation of hydrovac brake system (9 min — 1943 — Film 
Reference). 
Lubrication of Military Vehicles — Part I: Principles of Lubrication 

Functions of lubrication — Effects of friction — Need for constant 
lubrication — Oils appropriate to vehicle, temperature, and cUmatic 
conditions (25 min — 1943 — Film Reference — Commercial Adap- 
tation) . 
The Automotive Clutch — Principles of Operation 

Clutch demonstrated on simple model which shows engine flywheel, 
drive shaft, and differential in their proper relationship (9 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 
The Bevel Gear Differential — Principles of Operation 

Principles of operation of bevel gear differential shown by means 
of simple model built step-by-step (12 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

The Automotive Transmission — Principles of Operation 

Function of transmission to supply varying amounts of torque as 
required — Cutaway model reveals grouping of gears permitting se- 
lective control of amount of torque dehvered to drive wheels (20 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 
Automotive Gears — Principles of Operation 

Functions and purpo.ses of basic types of gears — Ratio of gears 
(20 min — 1944 — Film Reference), 
Servicing the Zero-lash Hydraulic Valve Lifter 

Principles of operation — Disassembly — Malfunctions — Cleaning — 
Assembly (26 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 
The Controlled Differential— Principles of Operation 

Importance of controlled cUfferential for steering — Operation (21 
min — 1944 — Film Kefereuco). 



3e4 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
9-1286 



9-1298 



9-1299 



9-1300 



9-1318 



9-1328 



9-1329 



9-1356 



9-1357 



9-1358 



9-1359 



Elementary Principles of Torque 

Basic principles of torque — Uses — Determination of amount — 
Multiplication by gears — Relation to vehicle (16 min — 1914 — Film 
Reference). 

Field Repair of Gun, 90-mm, Ml, and Mount, Gun, Anliaircraft, 
90-mm. MlAl— Part I 

Procedure by ordnance contact party in correcting ovcrrecoil of 
gun caused by dirt in recoil mechanism — Disassembly of throttling 
valve and countcrrccoil valve assemblies (23 min — -1944 — Film 
Reference). 

Field Repair of Gun, 90-nim, Ml, and Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft, 
90-mm, MlAl— Part 11 

Typical repairs of 90-mm gun, MlAl — Contact parties — Field shop 
in operation (23 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Field Repair of Gun, Automatic. 40-mm, Ml and Carriage, Gun, 
40-mm, M2, Antiaircraft 

Typical repair of 40-mm gun — Contact parties — Field shop in 
operation (21 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Beware — Butterfly Bomb 

Danger of butterfly bombs — Types of fuzes — How they function 
on impact, above ground, and up to J-^-hour delay (29 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference — From Navy Film BC 602). 

Truck, Amphibian, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353— Part I: First 
Echelon Maintenance 

First echelon repair and preventive maintenance — Maintenance 
peculiar to water operation (26 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 
Truck, Amphibian, 2y2-ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353— Part II: Second 

Echelon Maintenance 

Step-by-step second echelon maintenance — Use of gray insulating 
enamel on electrical terminals on wheels and brakes — Variations in 
routine operations — Road and water tests (23 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

The 90-mm Gun, MlAl, Principles of Operation — Part I 

Functioning of breech and firing mechanism — Use in field against 
aircraft and tanks — Firing cycle (29 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 
The 90-mm Gun, MlAl, Principles of Operation — Part II: Recoil 

Mechanism 

Purpose of weapon — Demonstration of recoil mechanism — Counter- 
recoil buffer (21 rain — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Packaging of Materiel for Oversea Shipment — Part I: Cleaning, 
Preserving, and Wrapping 

Principles of cleaning, preserving, and packaging materiel for 
oversea shipment (30 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Preparation of Materiel for Oversea Shipment — Part II: Packing 
and Boxing 

Principles of packing materiel for export shipment — Packing 
interior containers — Making waterproof liners — Construction of 
boxes (29 min — 1944). 

365 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
9-1367 



9-1368 



9-1371 



9-1374 



9-1376 



9-1427 



9-1445 



9-1447 



9-1448 



9-1449 



&-1460 



Gun, 120-nim, Antiaircraft Ml, Principles of Operation — Part I: 
Section I: Functions and Operations — Section II: The Percussion 
Mechanism 
Setting up gun — Functioning of parts — Operation of gun (30 min — 

1944 — Film Reference). 

Gun, 120-mm, Antiaircraft Ml, Principles of Operation — Part II: 

Operation of the M9 Power Kammer 

Basic nomenclature, functioning, and operation of power rarnnier 
(10 min— 1044— Film Reference). 

Internal Combustion Engine — Principles of Operation 

Basic operating principles of four cycle internal combustion engine — ■ 
Function of crankshaft — Valve operating mechanism for overhead 
valve arrangement — Power overlap on engine models (13 min — 
1944— Film Reference). 

Preparation of Materiel for Oversea Shipment — Part III: Crating 

Crating materiel for export — Step-by-step demonstration — Method 
II pack (31 min— 1944). 

The Oil Gear Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism — Principles of 
Operation 

Basic operation — Functioning of oil through elevated mechanism 
(21 min— 1944). 

Torque Converter — Principles of Operation 

Principles of torque converter — Parts and operation of converter — 
Dual function of torque converter as clutch and transmission (20 
min— 1945). 

The M2 Carbine — Principles of Operation 

Principles of semiautomatic fire — Modification for automatic fire 
(15 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

Fuel Pump — Principles of Operation 

Purpose of fuel pump — Operational theory — Mechanical function- 
ing — Plmcrgoncy mechanical device (12 min — 1945). 

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons— Part 1: The Cycle of Opera- 
tion 

Components of small arms ammunition — Similarity of function and 
ammunition of small arms — Eight steps of cycle operations — Cham- 
bering, locking, firing, unlocking, extracting, ejecting, cocking and 
feeding (19 min— 1945). 

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons— Part II: Principles of 
Automatic Operation 

Types of small arms operations other than manual — Gas operating 
BAR and Ml rilles — Blowback used with low-pressure cartridges in 
M3 submachine guns with no positive lock— Recoil, used on pistols, 
and machine guns (13 min — 1946 — Film Reference). 

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons — Part III: Semiautomatic 

and Automatic Fire 

Firing mechanisms — Two firing methods — Automatic — Semiauto- 
matic (10 min- 1946). 



OOw 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. 

9-1469 Field Evaluation of Erosion in Cannon Bores 

Phases of erosion — Erosion checks — Measuring bore erosions — 

Deternuning condemnation limits for various weapons (II niin — 
1948 — Film Reference). 

9-1472 Fundamental Principles of Fuzes 

Detonation of various types of bombs, rockets, shells, and mines — 
Mechanical means of timing and delaying explosions (23 min — 1948 — 
Film Reference). 

9-1512 Fundamentals of Ballistics 

Interior ballistics — Type, and characteristics of various powder 
grains — Exterior ballistics — Effects of resistance and gravity — Tra- 
jectory — Methods to overcome problems involved — Terminal ballis- 
tics — Types of fuzes and explosives — Types of projectiles, including 
penetration, blast, and fragmentation (19 min — 1949 — Film Refer- 
ence) . 

9-1513 Spot Check Inspection of Motor Vehicles 

Ordnance inspection teams spot checking company motor pool 
(17 min — 1948 — Film Reference). 

9-1531 Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part VI: Principles of 
Operation of the Automotive Magneto 

General function of automotive magneto — Advantages of magneto 
ignition over battery ignition — Essential fundamentals — Two- and 
four-pole magnetos (14 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

9-1559 Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part V: Principles of 
Operation of the Generator Regulator 

Importance and function of generator regulator — Generator's two 
types of electromagnetic switches used to illustrate a simple circuit as 
a basis for studying units of regulator — Three main generator units — 
Operation of units in a motor vehicle with aid of meters connected to 
units (12 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

9-1652 Guided Missiles — Theory of Operation 

Operation — Four component parts of guided missiles (16 min — 
1950). 

9-1655 Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point 

Choosing site for field ammunition supply point — RoUinu; ammuni- 
tion supply points used in fluid tactical situation (27 min — 1950). 

9-1778 Basic Blacksmith Operations 

This film teaches basic metalvvorking operations, emphasizing the 
use of tools and equipment to handle the job of keeping military equip- 
ment in operating condition — The advantages and use of the side- 
banked fire, plain-open fire and deep-hollow fire arc also discussed 
'*" (26 min— 1952— Film Reference). 

9-1805 Before, During, and After Operation Maintenance, Medium Tank 

Demonstrating the maintenance resiwnsibilities of the tank com- 
mander and crew for these machines of speed, mobility, and firepower 
(31 min— 1953— Film Reference). 

967 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
»-1810 



9-1843 



9-1846 



9-1855 



9-1856 



9-1859 



9-1861 



9-1869 



Explosive Ordnance Disposal — Access and Recovery 

Approved procedures and materials employed to locate and dispose 
of unexploded missiles — Shaft dipping and timbering operations with 
standard template, sheathing, waling rings, studding, and wedges — 
Deactivating and removing fuze from shaft — Three rigging methods 
for hoisting bomb to surface: gin pole, shear legs, and tripod (21 min — 
1953— Film Reference). 

The Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Problem 

Analysis and application of spherical coordinate system and ballistic 
corrections to hit a moving target in the air — Balance of these two 
factors determines the final solution of the problem (23 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part III— The M9 Type 
Director with SCR 584 Radar Set 

Showing how the M9 director with SCR-584 solves the AAA fire 
control problem by using the linear speed method — Components of 
the M9 director — Characteristics and capabilities of the heavy A A 
systems (13 min — 1955 — Distribution in CON US and Overseas — 
Film Reference). 

Planetary Gears, Principles of Operation — Part I: Single Sets 

Defining the use and mechanical operation of the planetary gears 
used in armored vehicles — Analyzing the components and their rela- 
tion to operation in neutral position, gear reduction, overdrive, re- 
verse, and direct drive (18 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Planetary Gears, Principles of Operation — Part II: Multiple Sets 

Demonstrating the principles governing the operation of multiple 
sets — Limitations of single planetary gears — Greater mobility and 
speed of multiple sets — Review of three laws of planet carriers (15 
min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation 

Operation of a typical ammunition supply point — Details of receipt 
and issue of ammunition — Details of issuing anununition to using 
unit in field — Accountability — Reports, stock inventories, surveillance 
missions (25 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Browning Machine Gun Caliber .30 — Principles of Operation 

Purpose and function of two types of Browning machine gun caliber 
.30 — Water-cooled M1917A1 and air-cooled models — Discussion of 
component parts of weapon — Explanation of eight steps in cycle of 
operation — Demonstration of weapon functioning in the field shows 
firepower capabilities and value to tactical unit (21 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydrospring Type 

Relationship between firepower and recoil mechanisms — .Vnalysis 
of functions of recoil mechanism, hydrospring tyjjc — Explanation of 
how the hydrospring type performs these functions — Two variations 
of hydrospring mechanism are shown (separate cylinder and the con- 
centric) (33 miu — 1951 — Film Reference). 



368 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
9-1875 



VT Fuzes— Field Artillery 

Components, operational characteristics, and application of the 
two standard types of VT fuzes (M97 and M96) and CVT models 
(T227E2 and T226E2)— Methods of handling and firing— Advantages 
and limitations against various types of targets (25 min — 1955 — 
Film Reference). 

9-1881 Explosive Ordnance Disposal — Range Clearance 

Approved procedures and safety regulations for range clearance — 
Duties of explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) officer and enlisted per- 
sonnel (17 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

9-1934 Methods of Solution of the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Prob- 
lem — Part II — Conversion between Spherical and Rectangular 
Coordinates 

Mathematical equation for finding a predicted point in space — 
Conversion from spherical to rectangular coordinates and vice versa 
(24 min — 1955 — Distribution in CONUS and Overseas). 

9-1935 Interchangeability Features of Heavy and Very Heavy Artillery 

Conversion of 155-mm gun into 8-inch howitzer and 9-inch gun into 
240-mm howitzer — Component parts, adjustments, possible field ex- 
pedients, and precautionary measures in interchange process — How 
interchangeability features of major weapons in heavy and very heavy 
artillery are employed in the field (34 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 
9-1948 Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type — 

Part I: Dependent System 

Explanation and illustration of functioning and principles of opera- 
tion of dependent type — Detailed demonstration of three phases of 
operation: recoil braking, counterrecoil, and buffing — Employed in 
field artillery (12 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

9-1949 Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type — 
Part II: Independent System 

Brief review of functions and principles of operation of the de- 
pendent and independent systems — Discussion and illustration of 
operation of independent system, covering recoil-braking phase, 
counterrecoil phase, and buffing (16 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

9-1951 Methods of Solution to the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Prob- 
lem — Part I: The Linear Speed Method 

Basic principles of linear speed method for solving AAA fire control 
'problem to combat targets beyond 1,000 yards altitude (11 min — 
1954 — Film Reference). 

9-1952 Guided Missile Propellents — Basic Characteristics 

Chemical and physical properties of guided missile propellents — 
How they function — Their hazardous nature — Safety precautions — 
Storage and handling techniques — Theory of propulsion — Safe use of 
fuels and oxidizers (25 min — 1955 — Color — Film Reference). 

9-1953 The Fluid Coupling — Principles of Operation 

Component parts, operation, and action of fluid coupling — Value to 
vehicle and driver (13 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 



494599°— 5£ 



369 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 

9 1992 



9-2007 



9-2026 



9-2027 



9-2028 



9-2029 



9-2030 



9-2031 



9-2045 



9-2046 



9-2050 



9-2052 



9-2053 



Hydraulic Controls in the Hydramalic Transmission 

Basic shifting patterns of hydramalic transmission — Principles and 
applications of up-shifting and down-shifting (26 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference) . 
Disposal of Unusable Ammunition and Explosives — Part 1: General 

Principles and Disposal at Sea 

Rea'ion and methods for disposal of ammunition and exploeives at 
pea (10 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part I: Wrenches 

Advantages and uses of various wrenches — Dangerous and incorrect 
practices — Resultant damages (19 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part H: Pliers and Screw Drivers 

Proper use of pliers and screw drivers — Safety precautions (14 
min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Care and Use of Hand Tools— Part HI: Chisels 

Types of cold chisels — Correct use — Techniques and safety pre- 
cautions (12 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part IV: Hammers 

Correct use and care of hammers — Ball, straight, cross peen, sledge, 
and claw hammers (11 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part V: Bars, Punches, and Drifts 

Common misuse of bars, punches, and drifts — Specific purpose and 
correct use (14 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

Care and Use of Hand Tools — Part VI: Hacksaws 

Proper and improper use of hacksaw — Types of frames and uses 
(18 min— 1943— Film References). 

Field Repair of Gun, 155-mm MlAI and Carriage, Gun, 155-ram, Ml 

Repairs of 155-mm gun — Contact parties — Field shop in operation 
(31 min— 1944— Film Reference). 

Field Repair of Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1, and Carriage, Howitzer, 
105-mm, M2 

Repairs on 105-mm howitzer — Use of tools in field (25 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 

Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1, and Carriage M2— Principles of Operation 

Characteristics and adaptability of howitzer — Parts — Firing cycle 
(21 min— 1944— Film Reference). 

Handling and Transporting Aerial Bombs— Part I: 100-. 250-. and 

500-Pound Bombs 

Approved method of loading — Finning and fuzing— Unloading and 
returning unused bombs from plane to revetment (35 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 
Handling and Transporting Aerial Bombs— Part II: 1,000-. 2.000-. 

and 4,000-Pound Bombs 

Approved methods of loading and unloading — Use of bomb lift 
truck M22 for 4,000-i)oun(l bombs — Finning and fuzing (25 min— 
1944 — Film Reference). 



370 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 

9-2058 



9-2059 



9-2064 



9-2065 



9-2066 



»-2085 



9-2119 



9-2120 



9-2121 



9-2122 



Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons — Part I: Types and Components 
of Cannon 

Guns, howitzers, and mortars — Operating principles of percussion 
hammer, inertia, and continuous pull type firing mechanism (28 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons — Part II: Types and Components 
of Carriage 

Fixed and mobile carriages — Railway, self-propelled, and towed 
mobile carriages — Fixed barbette and disappearing type carriages (22 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Air Brakes — Principles of Operation 

Function of each unit in air brake system — Compressed air routes 
traces — Operation (25 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Hydraulic Brakes — Principles of Operation 

Hydraulic principle — Advantages of liquid linkage — Development 
of mechanical advantage in hydraulic brake system — Operation (24 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

Electric Brakes — Principles of Operation 

Units of electric brake system — Function (13 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference) . 

Shop Safety 

Accidents — Causes — Safety rules for arc and gas welding — Hoisting 
methods — Working with machinery — Use of tools — Lifting and push- 
ing heavy objects — Handling gasoline (28 min — 1945 — Film Refer- 
ence) . 

Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance 

Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance procedures after air raids — 
Identifying and reporting incidents — Protective action to minimize 
hazards — Operations at CD Control Center (26 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference — Replaces TF 9-618, which is obsolete). 

Ammunition — Storage and Handling 

Application of the igloo method — Handling ammunition manually 
and with warehouse equipment — Proper storage techniques — Safety 
precautions (31 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

The Field Stock Control System 

Basic principles and outstanding features of the new field stock 
control system — Merits over old system are underscored — First 
installed and operated in Korea in spring of 1951 (28 min — 1955 — Film 
Reference). 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems — Part I— Introduction to 
Antiaircraft Fire Control Systems 

Operation of basic elements of the AAA fire control system, explain- 
ing how each element helps to solve the AAA fire control problem (6 
min — 1955 — Film Reference). 



371 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF A'o. 

9-2123 



9-2193 



'■>&> 



^2194 



9-2195 



9-2199 



^2218 



9-2219 



9-2222 



9-2240 



Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part II— The Sky- 
sweeper— Integrated Fire Control System T-38 
General characteristics, advantages and liniitations — Basic ele- 
ments of the T-38 system — How each element oi>eratc8: radar, peri- 
scope, computer, power control system, cable system, and target 
selector (21 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part IV — Sealed Electrical Systems 

Techniques and test equipment used for pin|x>inting and correcting 
typical malfunctions in the 24-volt sealed electrical system used in 
army vehicles — Components of the system — Safety measures to pre- 
vent damage to test eciuii)mcnt, the system, and injury to the individ- 
ual (28 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part II — Engine Tune-Up 

Manifold vacuum nud compression tests — Check.s on battery and 
ignition cable, distributio:. and ignition timing, battery clearance, fuel 
system and carburetor (33 min — 1956). 

Methods of Solution of the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Prob- 
lem — Part III — Similar Triangles 

How the smaller triangle in the sighting device of the weapon is 
adjusted to be similar to the larger triangle to determine the predicted 
position of the target (14 min — 1955 — Distribution in CONUS and 
Overseas— Film Reference). 

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems— Part IV — The Integrated 
Fire Control System M33 

Explains how the M33 solves the AAA fire control problem by three 
methods (linear speed, tangential and quadratic) — Functions of pri- 
mary components of the system — Characteristics, capabilities, and 
limitations of the M33 system (18 min— 1955— Distribution in CONUS 
and Overseas — Film Reference). 

Recovery Equipment — Part I — M62 Medium Wrecker, Operation of 
Powered Equipment Controls 

Procedures for setting and operating the boom, front winch and rear 
winch (14 min — 195G). 

Recovery Equipment— Part II — M74 Medium Recovery Vehicle, 
Operation uf Powered Equipment Controls 

Setting and operation of controls of spade, auxiliary winch, tow 
winch, "A" frame ty|)e boom, and boom winch as applied to typical 
recovery situation (10 min — 195(J — Film Reference). 

Guided Missile Propellants - Fire Hazards and Extinguishment 

lHoincnts and fire hazards of oxidizers and fuels — First aid fire- 
fightinf!; methods — Methods of fighting large fires with fire trucks and 
insfiilled c(iuii)ment (21 min —1957 — Color — Film Reference'). 

Supercharging and Fuel Injection 

Defines purpose, components, operation, and elTocts of HUi>orcliarg- 
ing and fuel injection systems used in army vehicles to iucrea.se engine 
horsepower (21 min — 195G — Film Reference). 



372 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

FNo. 
9-2253 Carburetor — Principles of Operation 

How air-fuel mixture is supplied to engine — Functioning of compo- 
nents — How air pressure differential is utilized — Application of Venturi 
principle — operation of circuits (25 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

9-2254 Hydraulic Steering — Principles of Operation 

Functioning of major components — Principles of pressure differen- 
tial, ability of system to resist road shock, and kickback of steering 
wheel (14 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

9-2300 NIKE I Missile Test Equipment, Preliminary Operations (U) 

(8 min — 1957— Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAI^— Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2320 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 2 (Part A), Signal Data 
Converter Tests (U) 

(4 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army 
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2321 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 2 (Part B), Signal Data 
Converter Tests (U) 

(6 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL^— Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2322 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 1, Guidance Section Tests, 

Position 2, Part A, Amplifier-Decoder Radar Modulator Tests (U) 

(5 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 

and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 

CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2323 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, PosiUon 2, Part B, Amplifier- 
Decoder and Radar Modulator Tests (U) 

(5 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAL— Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2324 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 3 (Part A), Power Unit and 
Control Amplifier Tests (U) 

(6 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAI^Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2325 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 3 (Part B), Power Unit and 
Control Amplifier Tests (U) 

(5 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film is classified 
CONFIDENTIAIr— Modified Handling Authorized.) 

9-2326 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 3 (Part C), Power Unit and 
Control Amplifier Tests (U) 

(4 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Distribution limited to Army Film 
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS — P'ilm is classified 
CONFIDENTIAI^-Modified Handhng Authorized.) 



373 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
9-2329 



9-2330 



^2331 



^2332 



9-2380 



9-2500 



9-2507 



9-2508 



9-2510 



Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part I — PrinclpleH of 

Automotive Electrical Circuits 

Accessory, Btarting motor, ignition, and gcnerator-charKJng cir- 
cuits — Comparison of two-wire and single-wire electrical pystcms — 
Characteristics of open, ground, and short circuits (15 min — 1957 — 
Film Roforcnce— Replaces TF 9-2076 which is obsolete). 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part II — Principles of 
Operation of the Generator 

Design and operation of automotive generator — IIow it converts 
mechanical energy into electrical energy — Relationship lx;twecn elec- 
tricity and magnetism (13 min — 1957 — Film Refon-nce — Replaces 
TF 9-2077 which is obsolete). 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles — Part HI — Principles of 
the Starting Motor 
Electrical and magnetic principles involved in the operation of the 

starting motor — How electrical energy is converted to mechanical 
energy (12 min— 1957 — Film Reference — Replaces TF 9-2078, which 
is obsolete). 

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles— Part IV— The Ignition 
Circuit 

Function, major components, anrl operation — Course of electrical 
current traced through components of ignition system — Relation of 
primary circuit, secondary circuit, and magnetic field to voltage in- 
tensity (11 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Replaces TF 9-2079, wliich 
is obsolete). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part III— The Fuel System 

Function, major components, and operation — Causes and .symptoms 
of system failure — Procedures for determining and correcting mal- 
functions (20 min— 1957 — Film Reference — Replaces TF 10-377, 
which is obsolete). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting— Part XI— Springs and Shock Ab- 
sorbers 

Features and operations of springs and shock absorbers in Trucks 
M-3S and M-135 — Causes and effects of malfunctions — Detecting 
and correcting malfunctions (19 min — 1957 — Film Reference — Re- 
places TF 10-593 which is obsolete). 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part I — By Motor Vehicle 

Insjjoction, certification, and placarding of vehicles; loading and 
securing various types of ammunition — Stress on lot integrity and 
compatibility (21 min — 1957 — Film Refen>nce). 

Transportation of Ammunition— Part II — By Rail 

Inspection, certification, and placanling of can*; loading and secur- 
ing various types of ammunition — Stress on lot integrity and com- 
patibility (13 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Fundamentals of Ammunition Renovation 

Preparation and pa|K^r work — Organi/afion of sitt — Safety meas- 
ures— -Methods used with 105-mm, 9()-mm, and 156-mni amniuiiition, 



374 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



9-2532 



9-2533 



9-2534 



9-2535 



9-2536 



9-2537 



9-2541 



»-2542 



9-2543 



bazooka rockets, hand grenades, and mines (32 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference). 

Field Artillery Recoil Mechanisms — Part II — Direct Metliod of 
Checking Nitrogen Pressure 

Procedure for checking and correcting the nitrogen pressure in re- 
coil mechanism by the direct method to 105-mm Howitzer — Covers: 
preparing the weapon, proper use of tools and test equipment, and 
safet}' practices (29 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Front Band Adjustment of Hydramatic Transmission 302M 

Procedures for diagnosing and correcting a malfunctioning hydra- 
matic transmission due to a worn or improperly adjusted front band — 
Teaching points include: transmission oil pressure test, idle speed 
check, stall speed test, and front band adjustment (7 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

Fuel Pump, Carter Electric, Characteristics and Checks, CMC M135 
Truck 

Location, characteristics, and components of pump are reviewed — 
Use of vacuum pressure gage is demonstrated — Checking the electric 
circuits uith low voltage circuit tester (5 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

Operation of Winch, M135 Truck 

Operation for both self recovery and recovery of another vehicle 
from mired position — Preoperative adjustments, powering procedures, 
and correct use of winch are demonstrated (6 min — 1958 — Film 
Reference). 

Idle Mixture and Idle Speed Adjustment of Holley Carburetor 885 FFG 

Procedure for adjusting the idle speed and mixture with stress 
placed on use and installation of electric tachometer and vacuum 
gauge (5 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Ignition Timing — CMC Engine 

Locating and checking timing marks — Positioning and adjusting 
distributor for correct timing — Proper use of power timing light — 
Road test to check ignition timing adjustment (5 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference). 
Preparation of Vehicles for Deep Water Fording — Part I — Wheel 

Vehicles 

Application of pressurized and non-pressurized fording systems — 
Preliminary preparation of vehicle, installation of fording equipment, 
sealing and venting units — Precautions (24 min — 1957 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

Preparation of Vehicles for Deep Water Fording — Part II — Track 
Vehicles 

Components of fording kit — Installation of fording equipment 
and sealing and venting of units on the interior and exterior of a tank 
with 90-mm gun (32 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Field Artillery Recoil Mechanisms — Part I — Indirect Method or 
Checking Nitrogen Pressure 

Procedure for checking and the conditions that require the Indirect 
Method in preference to the Direct Method arc reviewed — Demon- 



375 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 



9-2549 



9-2572 



9-2583 



9-2603 



10-291 



10-300 



10-395 



10-396 



10-638 



10-929 



stration of tc»t8 as performed on 105-mm Howitzer (24 min — 1958 — 

Film RefcTence — Replaces TF 9-131G which is obsolete). 

Cold Weather Operation — Antomotive Winterization Equipment 

Describes purpose, equipment, and procedures — Vsv and com- 
ponents of Arctic winterization and M40 Slave Kita — Winterizing a 
truck — Prt'ventive niainte-nance before vehicle moves out — Steps in 
dewinterizing (38 min — 1968), 

Transportation of Ammunition — Part IV — By Aircraft 

Loading boxed small arms ammunition, blasting caps and explosives, 
palletized 15r)-nim HE projectiles, and crated 762-mm rocket motor in 
C-124 — Loading ammunition in helicopter — Unloading and inspecting 
for damage — Safety precautious (IG min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

Lubrication of Military Vehicles 

Lubrication procedures, lubricants, and tools used for daily, weekly, 
monthly, semi-annual, and annual inspections required for proper 
maintenance of vehicles — Need for lubricating vehicles after washing 
or fording (21 min — 1958 — Replaces TF 9-1417 previously declared 
obsolete in MFIB No. 73). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XIX— Air Hydraulic Brake 
System. Principles of Operation 

Location, construction, function, and operation of each component — 
Operation of entire system, showing complete brake application 
and partial braking — Advantages of air-hydraulic brake system 
(17 min— 1958— Film Reference). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part I: Functions of the Fuel and 

Ignition Units 

Demonstration of Chevrolet motor — Principles of gasoline engine 
and related parts (14 min — 1942 — Film Reference). 

Automotive Trouble Shooting— Part XV: The Clutch 

Purpose and function of clutch — Locating trouble — Repair — 
Operation of clutch in Chevrolet, General Motors, and Dodge trucks 
(21 min— 1942— Film Reference). 
Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part V: The Fuel System at Various 

Speeds 

Cheeking all parts of fuel system — Recognizing trouble symptoms- 
Repair (16 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 
Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part VI: The I^'nition System at 

Various Speeds 

Indications of ignition trouble — Systematic check of ignition system 
units at various speeds — Adjustments and checks (21 min — 1942 — 
Film Reference). 
Automotive Trouble Shooting —Part XIV: Front End Alignment 

Causes of improper wheel alignment — ('hecks of caster, camber, 
toe-in, and turning radius (18 min — 1943 — Film Referenc<). 
Hand Measuring and Power Tools— Operation and Care of Portable 

and Bench Orlnders 

MHintenancc work performed in fiehl luul shop (18 min — 1942 — 
Film Ueferonce). 



376 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

"'FNo. 
10-930 Hand Measuring and Power Tools — Portable Electric Drills 

Maintenance — Assembly — Disassembly — Uses of portable electric 
drill (19 min— 1942— Film Reference). 

10-932 Hand Measuring and Power Tools — Care and Use of Files 

Functions of various types of files — Correct procedure — Principles 
of care and use (24 min — 1942 — Film Reference). 

10-933 The Use and Abuses of Twist Drills 

Correct use of twist drills — Use of cooling and lubricating oils — 
Speed — Feed with different materials (27 min — 1942 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

10-980 Automotive Trouble Shooting — Part XIc — Section II: Chevrolet 4x4 
and GMC 6x6 Steering System Adjustments 

Complete details of procedure — Adjusting trunnion bearings — 
Adjusting toe-ins with telescopic gage — Adjusting recirculating ball 
type steering gear — Aligning steering column jacket (16 min — 1943 — 
Film Reference). 

10-1133 The Army Cook — Part I: Meat Cutting Tools and Equipment 

Special handling instructions for each type of kitchen knife and 
saw — Safety precautions in use and in sharpening tools (20 min — 
1943 — Film Reference). 

10-1134 The Army Cook— Part II: Cutting a Hindquarter of Beef 

Trimming, boning, and separating a hindquarter of beef — Bone 
structure of the quarter (14 min — 1943— Film Reference). 

10-1135 The Army Cook— Part III: Cutting a Forequarter of Beef 

Obtaining cuts for steaks, roasts, and stews and using them to best 
advantage (17 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

10-1256 Training War Dogs — Basic Exercises 

Exercising discipline — Control of emotions — Teaching dog to heel, 
sit, lie down, come to attention, hurdle a 3^Hoot wall, and relax — 
Rewarding animal with praise (21 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

10-1473 Your Proudest Duty 

Duties and responsibilities of military personnel selected as escorts 
for return of war dead (27 min — 1947 — Film Reference). 

10-1479 New Mobile Bakery Equipment 

Technical detailed operation of new mobile bakery — Comparison 
with older type field units — Advantages — Manpower economy — 
Time and temperature control — Automatic kneading of dough (23 
min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

10-1527 Central Meat Cutting Plants 

Processing in meat plant by production-line methods — Planning, 
operation, and distribution (17 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

10-1530 Materials Handling Methods 

Method of handling materials, particularly in large warehouses — 
Loading and unloading bulky equipment by fork-lifts, hand trucks, 
and dollias (22 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 



377 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 
10-1583 



10-1611 



10-1614 



10-1640 



10-1654 



10-1742 



10-1836 



10-1870 



10-1911 



10-1932 



Consolidated Messing Operations 

Operation of h contsolidutcd mess — Managing; personnel — Assif^ning 
jobs — Planning and cooking meals (14 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

Depot Organization and Operations 

ruiiction mid nii>sioii of the urmy depot — General depot — Branch 
depot — Organization of a typical depot and depot oi)cration.s — 
Tracing a routine requisition for .supplies through depot ofliccs (11 
min — 1950 — Film References). 

Quartermaster Reclamation and Maintenance Companv, Semi<mobile 

riold reclamation of clolhing and equipment — Post battle salvage — 
Operation of shoe, clothing and textile, and equipment repair sections 
(15 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

Handling of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 

Major characteristics, varieties, and defects of fresh fruits and 
vegetables — -Precautions in handling and .storage (38 min — 1950 — 
Color — Film Reference). 

Ration Breakdown 

Ration .servicing in the field from a divisional class I supply point — 
Essential factors for first rate ration service (10 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference) . 

Petroleum Supply Point Operations 

Operations quartermaster petroleum supply units — Methods, 
procedures, and mechanics of cleaning, dispensing, and storing etjuip- 
ment — Supply replacements — Stock maintenance — All-terrain condi- 
tions — Flexible hose-header — Safety precautions — Fire hazards (27 
min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

Operation of the 97-10 Sewing Machine 

Illustrating stcp-by-.step operation of the 97-10 sewing machine, 
designed to sew heavy duck — Identification of component parts — 
Variation of stitch range to meet specifications of individual job.s (16 
min— 1953). 

The Preparation of Dehydrated Foods 

Demonstration by armed forces cooks of correct methods of pre- 
paring a variety of dehydrated foods — Adviuitages to armed forces 
of use of dehydrated foods (32 min — -1954 — Color — Film Reference). 

Preparation of Foods — Part I — Basic White Sauce, Breaded and 
Ground Meats 

Detailed demonstration showing how to prepare various sauces, 
breaded and ground meats, using stancUtid field oquipment anil fol- 
lowing prescribed army recipes (17 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Operation of (he SO-Callon-per-Minuto Petroleum Dispen.ser 

Designed to tran.sfer petroleum products lo 5U-gailon tliuui.s, and 
for bulk transfers of fuel in emergencies —Two models of 50-npm typo 
are shown Construction and es-sential parts are (U.^eu-ssed ami dif- 
ferences noted Complete operational cycle illastrated (21 min — 
1954 -Film Reference). 



378 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

PFNo. 
10-1933 Operation of the 225-G8llon-per-Minute Petroleum Dispenser 

Application, maintenance, transportation, 8iorage, and safety pro- 
cedures of 225-gpm dispenser — Complete operational cycle illustrated 
(23 min — 1954- — Film Reference). 

10-1960 M-1937 Field Range Fire Unit— Part I— Principles of Operation- 
Part II — Maintenance 

Function, component parts, and operation — Inspections and 
servicing — Disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly of the unit (30 
min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

10-2087 Truck Operation in the Combat Zone 

Five essential rules for driving in combat zone — Know your destina- 
tion — Condition your truck — Keep distance from friends — Keep dis- 
tance from enemies — Watch road and guard it (12 min — 1945 — Film 

Reference). 

10-2095 Operator's Care and Maintenance of Materials-Handling Equipment 

Importance of care and maintenance of equipment — Driver's re- 
sponsibilities in operation of fork-lift trucks and tractors (Clark, 
Mobilift, Towmotor) (17 min — 1945— Film Reference). 

10-2208 Operation of the Mobile Petroleum Laboratory 

Preparations for operation — Major compartments, units, and test 
equipment of laboratory trailer — Tests conducted to determine qual- 
ity — Move to a forward supply area — Packing and storing equipment 
for transit (23 min — 1955 — Distribution in CON US and Overseas — 
Film Reference.) 

10-2242 Mess Personnel — Profit and Loss in the Kitchen 

Desirable techniques of controlling waste — Proper operating pro- 
cedures — Inspection of supplies — Storage methods — Operation of 
equipment — Prescribed cooking practices — Proper serving of food — 
Salvage control — Vermin and rodent control (18 min — 1956 — Color — 
Film Reference). 

10-2243 Mess Management — Conservation Control in the Management of a 
Mess 

Functions of mess management in relation to prevention of waste — 
Personnel training and attitude, duties of mess officer, food advisor and 
unit commanders (14 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

10-2244 Food Conservation — The Dollars and Sense of Good Eating 

Economic merits of taking just enough food for individual capacity — 
Conscious avoidance of waste to allow for menu extras (9 min — 1956 — 
Film Reference). 

10-2283 Hand Dishwashing and General Scullery Practice 

Scrape and sort dishes — Scrub in v/arm detergent water solution — 
Rinse and sanitize in hot water — Stow — Clean scullery completely — 
Importance to military health (11 min — 1955 — Distribution to film 
exchanges in CON US servicing Food Service Schools). 

10-2284 Machine Dishwashing, Single Tank 

Scrape, sort, preflush, and rackd ishes — Check and operate machine — 
Stow dishes correctly — Clean machine completely (12 min — 1955 — 



379 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF No. 



10-2285 



10-2426 



10-2428 



10-2430 



10 2454 



10-2455 



10-2595 



11-257 



11-298 



11-590 



Distribution to film exchangcH in CON L'6 servicing Food 8crvioc 
Schools). 

Machine Dishwashing, Double Tank 

Scrape, sort, i^reflush and rack dishes — Prc-opcratlon check of ma- 
chine — Oi)erate macluno — Stow dishes — Clean machine completely 
(11 min — 1955 — Distribution to film exchanges in CONUS servicing 
Food Service Schools). 

Fitting Army Uniforms and Footwear — Fitting of (he Army Green 

Uniform 

Techniiiuc of fitting each garment of Army Groon Uniform to con- 
form to "aj)i)rove<l concept of fit" — Authorized alterations (35 min — 
1957 — Film Reference). 

Fitting Army Uniforms and Footwear — Fitting General Duly Uniforms 

Fitting shirts, jacket, trousers, shorts, and C3i)s of general duty wool 
uniform, summer khaki uniform, summer short uniform, and utility 
uniform (38 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Fitting Army Uniforms and Footwear— Fitting of Footwear 

Try-on procedure for fitting low quarter shoes, rubber insulated 
com'oat boots, and inukluks — Ordering special instrument or ortho- 
pedic shoes (20 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Unit Messing in the Field — Part II —Field Operation 

Steps to establish field kitchen facilities under combat conditions — 
Cooking and serving methods— Proper sanitation — Night discipline 
(14 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Emergency Use of the Parachute 

Care, wearing, and activation of Army frec-l)ack and free-chest 
emergency parachutes — Jumping from fixed-wing piano — Lauding and 
recovery of parachute (17 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Maintenance of a Petroleum Distribution System 

Procedures employed in the distribution of petroleum as it moves 
from tanker, to dock, to base tank farm, pipelines and pump station, 
storage facilities, and to railway tank cars and military trucks — Safety 
measures (11 min -1958 —Film ReferenceV 

Care and Maintenance of Tapered Roller Bearings 

.\djusl.ment of tapered roller bearings -Disassembly, elenning. in- 
spection, lubrication, and reasaeml>ly (31 min — 1941 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

The Mitchell Camera 

Parts and operation of 35-mm professionol motion picture camera — 
Motor — Lenses — Magazines — Tripods (17 min— 1942 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

Climbing and Working on Poles 

Use of linenian's equipment TK-21 in construction and repair — 
Testing by pike pole and inspector's i>robe -Use of climbers and safety 
belt — Care of e<|uipmeut (15 min -1942 — Film Reference). 



380 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 
11-622 Electricity and Magnetism — Parti: Elements of Electricity 

Breakdown of molecule into atoms — Relation of proton and electron 
to electricity (14 min — 1942 — Film Reference). 

11-951 Pole Line Construction — Part I: Erecting Telephone Poles 

Procedure for mapping pole line route — Attaching cross arm — 
Digging holes — Erecting and facing poles — Tools used — Proper use 
and care of equipment (18 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-952 Pole Line Construction — Part II: Installation of Cross Arms 

Cross arm characteristics — Attaching cross arm with pole on ground 
or in position — Multiple cross arms — Fixing transposition of brackets 
(9 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-968 Pole Line Construction — Part III: Installation of Special Cross Arms 

Uses and manner of attaching buck and extension arms — The H 
fixture (13 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-1069 Pole Line Construction — Part IV: Fundamentals of Guying 

Side, head, pole to stub, and two- or four-way storm guys to provide 
extra support for poles — Methods of installation — Operation of the 
guy rule (10 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-1070 Pole Line Construction — Part V: Installation of Anchors 

Installing expanding plate, cone, and improvised log anchors for 
pole line support (9 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-1071 Pole Line Construction — Part VI: Installation of Guys 

Eyebolt and wTap methods for installation of guys — Precautionary 
measures (10 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-1187 Electricity and Magnetism— Part III: Voltaic Cell, Dry Cell, and 
Storage Battery 

Principles involved (18 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 
11-1188 Frequency Meter SCR-211 

Principles — Setting meter as standard for tuning radio receiver and 
transmitter to same frequency (18 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-1200 Electricity and Magnetism— Part II: Ohm's Law 

Elements of electricity — Source, transmission, and use of electrical 
energy — Composition of matter — Ohm's Law — Purpose and use of 
related meters (19 min — 1943 — Film Reference). , r 

11-1219 Electricity and Magnetism — Part IV: Charging Storage Batteries 

Charging, care, and preparation of storage batteries — Constant 
voltage methods and modifications (16 min — 1943 — Film Reference). 

11-1317 Installation of Field Cable 

Description, use, and capacity of spiral-four cable — Ground surface 
installation — Above ground — Plowing in with cable plow LC-61 (20 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

11-1342 Tuning Transmitters — Part I: Setting Frequency 

Basic principles of setting frequency on field radio transmitters — 
Zero beat methods — Three types of standards — Frequency meter, 
built-in calibrator, and net control station — Crystal controlled 
transmitters (16 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

381 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. 

11-1384 Loading and Unloading Poles 

LoadiiiR and unloading poles from flatcar or trailer — Safety 
precautions (21 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

11-1385 Technical Principles of Radar— Part I: Introdoction 

Basic theory — Nomenclature — Types — Detection-search aircraft 
warninK, hominp:, and navijjational aid — PPI — Solving problems with 
radar (22 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

11-1386 Technical Principles of Radar — Part 11: Mechanics 

Mechanical components producinp; electrical pulse that detects 
enemy target^ (22 min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

11-1387 Technical Principles of Radar — Part III: Indicators 

Cathode-ray tubes — Type A and plan position indicator — Com- 
ponents of the scope — Formation of visible dot on fluorescent screen — 
Base line — Pip (45 min — 1946 — Film Reference). 

11-1397 Facsimile Equipment RC-120 — Part I: Theory and Description 

Transmitting and receiving facsimile copies of photographs, mes- 
sages, diagrams, and maps (20 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

11-1398 Facsimile Equipment RC-120— Part II: Operation 

Direct recording process — Advantages of facsimile process (23 
min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

11-1406 Erecting Large Poles 

Three methods of erecting large poles with equipment normally 
issued to signal construction units — Blasting a hole into ground 
unsuitable for digging methods (20 min — 194.5 — Film Reference). 

11-1420 Radar Anti-Jamming For the Radar Operator — Part I— Recelrer 

Adjustments (U) 

(29 min— 1945— Fihii is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

11-1421 Radar Anti- Jamming for The Radar Operator — Part II— Recognition 

of Electronic Jamming (U) 

(28 min— 1945— Fibu is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 
11-1422 Radar Anti-Jamming for The Radar Operator— Part III— Window 

(U) 

(32 min— 1945— FUra is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

11-1425 Preventive Maintenance Practices for Ground Signal Equipment 

Preventive maintenance at depots, in transport, and in use — 
FITCAL system of niaintenance— Precautions against fungus growth, 
dust, heat, and humidity (19 min — 1946— Film Reference). 

11-1553 Basic Telephony 

Operating principles — Sehenuitic and wiring diagrams — Four 
circuits — Transmitter (primary), receiver (secondary), generator, 
and ringer (20 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

11-1555 Multiple Switchboards— Installation and Operation 

Organization of typical field army — Telephones and switchboard.s 
used from forward observation jmsts to army headquarters — Advan- 
tages of multiple switchboards over interposition trunking of switch- 

382 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



boards — Operation — Tactical use, advantages and traffic capacity of 
common and local battery systems (24 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

11-1564 Field Wire Splices 

Methods of splicing wire in the field — Standard field wire and T 
splices — Expedient splices for solid conductors — Bridge connectors — 
Types of knots — Seizing wire and insulation — Care in splicing (15 
min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

11-1567 Microwave Oscillators 

Magnetron and klystron oscillators for radar system able to operate 
in microwave region — Theory of operation (18 niii. — 1949 — Film 
Reference) . 

11-1572 Film Tactics 

Motion pictures as training aid — Preparation by instructor — 
Ventilation of classroom — Introductory remarks — Discussion after 
showing — Final examination (23 min — 1949 — Film Reference). 

11-1574 The Technique of Good Projection 

Selection and training of personnel for projection work — Projection 
of 16-mm film (36 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

11-1632 The Effects of the Ionosphere on Radio Wave Propagation 

Theory of ionization — Relationship of ionosphere to radio wave 
propagation — Explanation of ionosphere — Effects on long range 
transmission of radio messages (30 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

11-1637 Field Wire Laying Equipment 

Types of reel units designed for field conditions — RL-26-C mounted 
on 7}^-ton 6x6 truck — RL-31 mounted on small vehicle or carried 
by two men — RL-27-B and CE-11 — Other types of wire-laying 
equipment (20 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

11-1646 Maintenance of the Coaxial Line 

Maintenance of transmission line essential to good radar per- 
formance — Types of transmission lines — Methods of replacing damaged 
sections (29 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 
11-1666 Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Theory 

Basic principles of meters and multimeters — Use of meters and 
multimeters in operation and maintenance of communications equip- 
ment — Building a meter — The ammeter, milliammeter, voltmeter, 
vacuum tube voltmeter, ohmmeter, tube tester, and wattmeter — 
General purpose multimeter — Importance of meter and multimeter 
in radio, telephone, and teletypewriter trouble shooting (35 min — 
1952 — Film Reference). 

11-1667 Circuit Testing with Meters and Multimeters — Practical Application 

Indispensability of meters and multimeters in maintenance, 
operation, and repair of electronic equipment — Voltohmmeters, 
Wheatstone bridge, decibel meter, and tube tester — Step-by-step use 
of meters — Use in testing transformers, capacitors, resistors, telephone 
loop circuits — Necessity for technicians reading and keeping handy 
the operating manuals for this equipment — Safety practices — Handling 
meters with care in order to preserve accuracy (33 min — 1952 — Film 
Reference) . 

383 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. 
11-1M8 Circuit Testing — Signal Generators 

Puri)osc of signal generators for testing, tuning, and aligning 
electronic equipment — Signal generator theory and practico^Oix;ra- 
tion of oscillating circuits — Theory and use of audio oscillators — 
Description and demonstration of various radio-froquency oscillators — 
Theory of modulation and its relation to signal generators — Use of 
complementary equipment — Processes of alignment and signal 
tracing — Safety precautions in handling the equipment (20 miii — 
1952— Film Reference). 

11-1694 Radio Operator Training — Technique of Hand Sending 

Important parts of transmitter — Elements of Morse Code — Timing 
and parts of body that function when transmitting code (9 min — 
1951 — Distribution limited to ZI — Film Reference). 

11-1695 Radio Operator Training — Rhythm, Speed, and Accuracy in Hand 
' '' Sending 

Sequence in rhythm and timing — Comparison of sender al)ility 

by recording tape (11 min — 1951 — Distribution limited to ZI — Film 

Reference) . 

11-1733 Communication Center — Procedure for Corps and Lower Head- 
quarters — Part I: Outgoing Messages 

Proper procedure for handling outgoing messages — Handling of 
classified messages— Use of message center log — Procedure for trans- 
mitting relay messages (17 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

11-1734 Communication Center Procedures for Corps and Lower Head* 
quarters 

Describing briefly the operations of a communication center at 
corps lower level — Efficiency of message handling — Incoming message 
procedure — Personnel (7 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

11-1752 How to Operate the Army 16-mm Sound Projector Set 

Operation of army 16-nim Sound Projector AN/PFP-l — Setting up 
and checking the equipment — Method and techniques of threading 
and oi)crating — Steps in first echelon maiiitenance — Cleaning the film 
path — Emphasizing the aperture and pressure plates — Ckaniug the 
projector lamp reflector and projector lamp rellector and projection 
lens — Replacement of lamps and fuses (31 min — 1952 — Film Hefer- 
ence). 

11-1776 Operation and Maintenance of Communication Equipment in Extreme 
Cold 

Extremes in weather challenge the elliricncy <tf men and ecjuip- 
ment — Intensive research evolved standard niclhods of winterizing 
communication eciuipmeut under subzero cunditiont*— -Elfccts of 
extreme cold on materials in equipment — Preventive mausures for 
proper maintenance — Changes in operating techniques to forestall 
damage or destruction caused by frost, snow, and excessive cold 
(21 min— 1952— Film Reference). 

11-1779 AN/TRC The Radio Relay Systems of Communications 

Illustrating the use and inlegrate<l operation of the multichannel 
radio relay and carrier system, AN/TRC — IIt)W to install, align, and 

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TFNo. 



operate the complete network from switchboard to switchboard 
easily and swiftly (42 miu — 1952 — Film Reference). 

11-1793 Radio Sets AN/GRC-3, -4, -5, -6, -7, and -8 

This film illustrates the characteristics, components, and mechanical 
operation of these building-block type sets, which can be made into 
many equipment combinations — They have simplicity, standard- 
ization, and range of employment among the various arms (15 min — 
1952 — Film Reference). 

11-1823 Erection of the AS-19/TRC-1 Antenna System 

Explaining the proper technique of erecting the AS-19/TRC-1 
antenna system used in VHF radio communications — Erection by as 
few as two men is possible if procedures are followed (14 min — 1953 — 
Film Reference). 

11-1831 Tuned Circuits 

Theories of electronics of tuned circuits — Three elementary types, 
resistive, capacitive, and inductive, ac and dc — Circuit combinations, 
series circuits, series resonant tuned circuits, and parallel resonant 
tuned circuits — Application of theories (28 min — 1954). 

11-1837 Line-up Procedure for Tactical Telegraph Carrier Equipment 

How to set up tactical telegraph carrier equipment for two wire 
operations — Wiring operations — Adjusting ac and dc rectifiers — 
Setting up test units — Send and receive relay tests — Receiver current 
test — Local and distant station tests (7 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

11-1838 Line-up Procedure for Tactical Telephone Carrier Equipment 

Techniques and procedures for lining up telephone carrier terminal 
(CF-l-A) and ringer equipment (Voice Frequency Ringer EE-lOl-A), 
and for wiring the circuit — Synchronization between east and west 
terminals and repeater station (11 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

11-1839 Line-up of Field Teletypewriter Set EE-98-A 

Step-by-step procedure for lining up the field teletype wTiter (EE- 
98-A) printer (TG-7B), typing unit, rectifier (RA-87), and line unit 
(BE-77) — Importance of local and long distance testing to insure 
efl[icient operation (8 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

11-1853 Operation of the Converter M-209 (U) 

(31 min— 1953— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL.) 

11-1882 Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures — Part I — Teletype- 
writer Operation 

How to operate the teletypewriter properly (9 min — 1953 — Film 
Reference) . 

11-1883 Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures — Part II — Tele- 
typewriter Procedure and Preparation of Message 

The actual transmission of a message — Discussion of prosigns and 
operating signals — Line-by-line breakdown of message format and 
procedure — Establishing communication between one or more sta- 
tions — Calling and answering in a loop-type net (16 min — 1954 — Film 
Reference). 

494599°— 59 25 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF So. 

11-1884 Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Proredures— Part III — Single 
and Multiple Calls — Making Corrections and Repetitions 

Explains mechanics of single and multiple calls — How to make 
corrections and repetitions on messages (8 min — 1953— Film 
Reference). 

11-1885 Manual Teletypewriter Operation and Procedures — Part IV — 
Maintenance and Summary 

Precautions to keep macliine l)reakdu\vns to a minimum — Recapitu- 
lation of key factors — Teletypewriter operations must be in accord- 
ance with prescribed procedures and regulations (11 min^ — 1954 — Film 
Reference) . 

11-1900 The Single Sideband Multichannel Radio System 

Through this system great quantities of radio transmisfsions can be 
handled simultaneouslj' — How system opcrat^jf? — Transmission and 
reception differences compared with standard broadcast station — 
Twin channel single sideband transmitter with built-in monitoring 
circuit for measuring distortion — Block diagram traces course of 
receiver and test equipment — Voice frequency terminals in ojier- 
ation — Theory of diversity tones developed on three-dimensional 
model (39 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

11-1959 Open Wire Transposition Systems 

Types and construction of single-point transpositions — How they 
.(•• improve communications — Cause for cross talk — How it is remedied — 

Use of army simplified scheme (17 min — 1955 — F'ilm Reference). 

11-1976 Radio Transmission Security 

Violations of radio transmission security in a task-force operation 
involving ground forces, air forces, and navy — Security precautions — 
Channels by which the enemy learns our plans (28 min — 1955). 

11-1995 Defense Against Radio Jamming 

How to recognize radio jamming — Tyjics of jamming — How to 
reduce its effectiveness with adequate eountermeasures (24 min — 
1956). 

11-2061 Use of Voice Radio 

Procedure and techniques of voice radio communications — Use an<l 
adjustment of hand, throat, and lip mit-rophones (28 min — 1944 — 
Film Reference). 

1 1-2062 Theory of Simplex and Phantom Circuits — Part I : Balanced Conditions 

Importance in battle — Advantages— Three ojwrating principles of 
coil — Series of sim|)lex and phantom circuits (14 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 

II 2063 Theory of Simplex and Phantom rircaits Part II: Unbalanced 
Conditions 

F'it'ld conditions — Special symptoms of »U)l)alancod circuits — Cross- 
ringing, crossfire, relay chatter, and crosstalk (19 min — 1944 — Film 
Reference). 



386 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 

11-2069 Basic Principles of Frequency Modulation 

Theory and mechanics of FM transmission and reception — Advan- 
tages for military communications — Comparison of FM and AM 
transmission (31 min — 1944 — Film Reference). 

11-2088 Fundamentals of Carrier Telephony — Part I: Principles and Applica- 
tions 

Two main carrier systems used by the army — Package C system — 
CF-l-A and CF-3-A equipment illustrating spiral-four system (13 
min — 1945 — Film Reference). 
11-2089 Fundamentals of Carrier Telephony — Part II: Terminal and Repeaters 
Channel functioning of terminal CF-l-A — Telephone repeater 
CF-3-A — Purpose — Transmission levels and repeater spacing (25 
min — 1945 — Film Reference). 
11-2091 Tuning Transmitters — Part II: Amplifier and Antenna Tuning 

Radio-frequency' amplifiers in high-powered transmitters — Antenna 
circuits — Antenna tuning and control — Tuning set SCR-193 (20 
min — 1945 — Film Reference). 

11-2180 Radio Sets AN/PRC-8, 9, and 10 

Technical characteristics, similarities, and differences of the three 
sets — Frequency — Operating channels — Methods of tuning — Opera- 
tion — Maintenance — Typical installations — Tactical employment — 
Use of auxiliary equipment (26 min — 1955). 

11-2181 Calibrating and Tuning Radio Set AN/PRC-10 

Step-by-step procedure for calibrating and tuning Radio Set 
AN/PRC-10 (9 min— 1955). 

11-2234 Fundamentals of Radiac Instruments 

Review of basic atomic theory — Characteristics and uses of accumu- 
lation and intensity devices — Emphasis on accurate calibration for 
efficient operation (25 min — 1955). 
11-2235 Servo Systems and Data Transmission — Part I — Fundamentals of 

Servo 

Functioning of servo components — Input, Sensing Device, Con- 
troller, Output — Torque, Feedback — Use of Servo System in fire 
control (17 min— 1956). 

11-2236 Servo Systems and Data Transmission — Part II — Basic Principles of 
Positioning Servos 

Servo function in radar — How antennas are positioned — Error sig- 
nal, antenna hunting, derivative control, error-rate antihunt methods 
(33 min— 1956). 

11-2238 Principles of Multivibrators 

Theory of operation — Use as electronic timing device — Action 
within circuits of free-running plate-coupled, one-shot and synchro- 
nized multivibrators (26 min — 1956). 

11-2281 Metallic Detector, AN/PRS-3, Internal Tuning, Field Expedient 
Method 

Preparatory steps for alignment — Setting switches and meter — 
Adjusting sensitivity control R36, Course R & X control and ampli- 
tude control (4 min — 1956). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF -Vo. 

11-2298 Calibration Procedure, Set NR-2, RT 70 

S«;ttinp conlrols an<l a^sJKncd fref|iu'ncy of 52.2 — Calibrating to 
52.0 moga<*ycles — Otiter ring a/^ljnstment — AdjuRtment control (9 
min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

11-2317 The Army Command and Administrative Network — Part I — Network 

Facilities 

Devolopineiit, mission and operation of .\C.\N — Operation of semi- 
atitomatir and automatic ta]->e relay efniipnient. fa<'simile equipment, 
voice radio channels and other communication cfpiijjment (20 min — 
1956— Replaces TF 11-1648). 

11-2318 The Army Command and Administrative Network — Part II — Traffic 
Operations 

Transmission of message from point of origin to receipt at terniinal 
station — Multi-call messages — Transmission equipment and facilities 
(23 miu— 1957— Film Reference— Reijlaccs TF 11-1649 wliich is 
obsolete) . 

11-2391 Preset Procedure Radio Receiver AN/GRR-5 

.Adjusting preset tuning control, detent, fine tuning, antenna 
trimmer control for maximum signal — Reselecting preset control 
(5 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

11-2392 Reading Multimeter Scales 

Use in radio repair — How to read the scales to measure direct current, 
dc voltage, ac voltage, and resistance (G min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

11-2399 Use of the Cable Lashing Machine LC-231/FT 

Features of LC-23I/FT — Stei)-by-step ])rocedures in lashing h-ad 
covered cable to the suspension strand (10 nn'n — 1956). 

11-2400 Use of Coffing Hoist and Strand Dynamometer 

How equipment is used to remove suspension sag and to tension the 
suspension strand i)roperly for aerial lead covered cable (0 min — 1950 — 
Film Reference). 

11-2441 Use of Signal Generator AN/URM-25D 

Methods for obtaining various outputs — .\udio frequency (AF) 
signal, radio frequencies (RF), and modulated RF signal (7 min — 
1950 — Film Reference). 

11-2487 Radio Interference — Part I 

Nature and theory of radio interference How il is generated ami 
propagated How it can be recognized- -Manner in which il may 
reach a receiver by means of radiation or conduction ('2'.i min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

11-2488 Radio Interference- Part II 

Techiiicjues for traclving and suppressing interferences caused by 
radiation, conduction, atmosplu're, meclianical and electrical devices, 
and radar (;17 nnn - 1958 Film Reference). 
1 1-2489 Radio Set AN/GRC 26-(*)— Part I— Characteristics, Use. and Modes 

of Operation 

Features, capabilities, and operation in niobile anil senii-fixed 
positions — Components of set — Knjploymcnt at .Vrmy, Cori>s, and 

388 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 

Division levels — Use for radioteletype, CW, and voice operation — 
Proper siting of equipment and positioning of antennas to provide 
one-way reversible and full duplex operation, and dual diversity re- 
ception (12 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2490 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part II— Shutdown Checks 

Teaches proper positioning of various controls and switches involved 
in placing the component units in shutdown condition before starting 
operation (6 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2491 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part III— Operation Power Plant and 
Starting Operation 

Features and function of the PE-95 Power Plant — Checks prior to 
starting — How it is started and how it operates to feed power to 
equipment in the shelter (4 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2525 Installation of Teletypewriter AN/PGC-1 

Equipment required for teletypewriter station — How it is installed — 
Synchronizing teletypewriter at forward station with teletypewriter at 
headquarters station testing for legible transmission (20 min — 1957 — 
Film Reference), 

11-2526 Radio Set AN/GRC-9 

Features, capabilities, components, and operating accessories; 
installation practices and methods of employment as ground and 
vehicular installation (34 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

11-2527 Training Generator AN/URA-Tl 

Components, capabilities, installation, and operation; setting up for 
110 voltage operation; use in field training; importance of jamming 
and copying through jamming in combat (25 min — 1957 — Film Refer- 

11-2529 Operation of the TSEC/KL-7 (U) 

(38 min— 1957— Film is classified CONFIDENTIAL). 

11-2552 Introduction to Automatic Processing Data 

Explains underlying concept, capabilities, operation and application 
as a new management tool— Systems in use in Government installa- 
tions — Present and possible future uses of ADPS in Army relative to 
administrative and tactical aspects (31 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2553 Radiotelephone Procedures — Operation 

Tactical demonstrations are used to illustrate representative equii> 
ment, net organization and operation, and transmission of a variety of 
clear and encrypted messages in rear and forward combat areas- 
Advantages of radiotelephone communication (25 min — 1958 — Film 
Reference) . 

11-2563 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part IV— Setting Up Receiver as Fre- 
quency Standard 

Film portrays step-by-step procedure to set up Receiver "A" as a 
frequency standard — A demonstration frequency of 4280 kc is used 
(5 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF No. 

11-2564 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part V— Preparing Transmitter for 

Operation 

Preparation of radio transmitter for operation on a demonstration 
frequency of 4280 kc — Use of tuning chart and tuning procedure 
(5 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2565 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part VI— Tuning of the Frequency Shift 
Exciter 

Stei>-by-step procedure for tuning the fnquoncy shift exciter using 
hn f Radio Receiver "A" previously set up as a frequency standard (8 min — 

1958— Film Reference). 

11-2566 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part VII— Tuning Transmitter Using a 
Doublet Antenna 

Step-by-step procedure for tuning the transmitter in Radio Set 
AN/GRC-26-(*) for both low and high power using a doublet antenna 
(5 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2567 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part VIII— Adjustment for Voice 
Operation 

Step-by-step procedure for adjusting the Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*) 
for voice operation to establish initial communication (3 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

11-2568 Radio Set AN/GRC-2ft-(*)— Part IX— Adjustment for Radioteletype 
Operation 

Procoduro for setting up radio-teletypewriter control unit for 
operation — Adjustments on receiver, transmitter, frequency shift 
converter — Check on power supply unit (G min — 1958 — Film Refer- 
ence). 

11-2569 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part X— Adjustment for Dual Diversity 

Reception 

Preliminary adjustments of frequency shift converter and receiving 
teletypewriter — Check on teletype operation — Final check and adjust- 
ment of radioteletype operation (6 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

11-2570 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)— Part XI— Tuning Transmitter Using 
Whip Antenna 

Safety measures — Adjustment of antenna coupling coil in conjunc- 
tion with adjustments of antenna unit -Tuning transmitter for low 
and high jiower (5 min — 1968 — Film Reference). 

11-2571 Radio Set AN/GRC-26-(*)- Partial Shutdown and First Echelon 
Maintenance for Operator 

Procedure for shutting off AC power on both teletypewriter paneN, 
and required settings of switches and control*- Steps in FITCAL 
cover checking for worn cal)le, rust, overheating, oil leakage, and 
adjustment of plugs and jacks (3 min— 1958 — Film Reference). 

12-1653 The Army Statistical and Accounting System 

Compiling and maintaining current information on military per- 
sonnel — Use of machines, tiling methods, and working procedures 
(:r2 min— 1950). 

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NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
12-1808 



15-1920 



15-1946 



15-1950 



15-1961 



15-1967 



15-2358 



16-1556 



16-1693 



16-1699 



16-1700 



Recreation Leadership 

A typical recreation program conducted under proper leadership is 
vital to the military training program (23 min — 1953 — Film Refer- 
ence). 
Uniform Code of Military Justice 

Origin of Articles of War — Purpose and composition of courts- 
martial — Various types of courts-martial — Procedure of courts- 
martial — Stages of review up to Court of Military Appeals — Compari- 
son of unique quality of military and civilian conduct — Articles of the 
Code — Punitive crimes — The honorable discharge (45 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

The Investigating OflScer 

Functions performed by the investigating officer conducting an 
investigation as preparatory step to a possible court-martial, in com- 
pliance with Article 32: Uniform Code of Military Justice — Mental 
and moral approach to problem — Each phase of investigation illus- 
trated (49 min — 1954 — Film Reference). ^ 31 

The General Court-Martial 

Step-by-step procedures, legal and technical aspects of the general 
court-martial (73 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

The Summary Court-Martial 

Several typical cases illustrate this simplified court procedure for 
handling relatively minor charges (45 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

Nonjudicial Punishment 

Typical cases illustrate the proper procedure for administering non- 
judicial (corrective) punishment as authorized under Article 15: 
Uniform Code of Military Justice (26 min — 1954 — Film Reference). 

The Special Court-Martial 

Pretrial, trial, and post trial procedures — Duties of trial counsel, 
defense counsel, president, and members of the court (56 min — 1956 — 
Film Reference). 

From Whence Cometh My Help 

Purpose, methods, and effects of pastoral counseling — Wounded 
soldier on Corrcgidor seeks advice of chaplain — Returning soldier 
discusses marital difficulties — Sergeant who wants to enter church — 
Prisoner in guard house — Two psychoneurotics and case of Negro 
soldier who need spiritual guidance from chaplain — Soldiers call on 
chaplain when need for counseling arises (30 min — 1949). 

As Deep As the Heart 

Army chaplain always available to provide for soldiers' religious 
needs (40 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

For Which We Stand— Let's Get It Straight 

Harmful effects of excessive drinking (15 min — 1951 — From Navy 
Film MN 532 1-B). 

For Which We Stand— To Be Held In Honor 

Effects of indiscriminate sexual indulgence — Prostitution — Sancti- 
fication of intercourse by marriage (21 min — 1951 — From Navy Film 
MN5321-C). 

391 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF-Vo. 
16-1753 The Military Funeral 

This training film, for officer-in-charge and chaplains, gives detailed 
instruction on each phase of correct military funeral procedure (-18 
mill — 1952 — Film Reference). 

16-1943 The Chaplain Story 

Combat chaplain in action — Mission — Responsibilities (15 min — 
1954 — Film Reference). 

16-2511 With Malice Toward Some 

Concerns prejudice, stressing the fact that the chemical compo-^i- 
tion of blood in all mankind is the same regardless of race or religion 
(10 min — 1957 — Distribution to Central and Post Film and Equij)- 
ment Exchanges in CON US and overseas for loan to Chaplains). 

16-2512 Freedom— How Free Am I? 

Where does one man's freedom stop and the other man's begin? 
Appraises the moral and ethical aspects of the problem (8 miu — 1957), 

16-2513 Self-Control 

A yoimg soldier is faced with the moral and ethical a.<<pects of exer- 
Ij , cising self-control during the jx-riod he is captive of the North 

Koreans — The film ends at a suspenseful point and audience is left 
to conjecture his ultimate behavior (11 min — 1958). 

1&-2514 Courage— What Price Courage 

Is it worth confessing to a crime? — Driver considers question, 
wlion finds he was involved in hit and run accident — Friend is adverse 
to idea as victim suffered only minor injuries (10 min — 1958). 

16-2515 Gratitude— Thanks to Whom? 

Appraises the feeling of gratitude with reference to the question — 
Can a man be grateful for being a member of the Armed Forces? 

(5 min— 1958). 

1&-2516 Sacrifice — Sentimental Journey 

This film concerns the problem of a young enlisted man, who nni>t 
decide between his moral obligation to help his parents during hit? 
Dad's illness or his personal desire of making a trip to see his girl 
while he is on furlough (8 min — 1958). 

16-2517 Opportunity 

Dramatization considers the question of deciding between a reassign- 
ment ojiportunity and remaining in a "comfortable rut" position — 
Two perplexed Army sergeants are reluctant to decide (7 min — 1958). 

16-2518 Personal Integrity 

Presents a situation in which a corporal must decide b«'tween his 
piTsonal int«>grity and the i)Ossibility of losing his buddy's friendship — 
His buddy has done a favor for him but returns to barracks after 
bedcheck — He feels that in honesty and fairness to others, his friend 
should be reported — What would you do (7 min — 1958). 

16-2519 Greatness 

Poses the question as to what coiislitiites (lie measure of a iium's 
"greatness" — Two men express differing opinions as to tlie merits of 



392 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



a sergeant just promoted to a better assignment — One soldier recounts 
several incidents that illustrate the fine qualities of the sergeant as 
a human being and as a leader (9 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

16-2520 Common Sense 

What constitutes common sense in human judgment and behavior — 
Sergeant Edwards is chastised by his commanding officer for his 
irresponsible buying habits and his neglectful attitude in paying his 
creditors (8 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

16-2521 Clean Speech 

Presents the question as to whether objectionable speech is morally 
more acceptable in some situations than in others (6 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

16-2522 Family 

Moral responsibilities to the home and family are discussed — 
Responsibilities to your job — Where is the dividing line between these 
two? — Should your home be neglected for your job? (7 min — 1958 — 
Film Reference). 

16-2695 Character Guidance Program, The 

Measures to be taken by Commanders and their staffs to establish 
effective program — Stressing objectives and military value of charac- 
ter guidance — Personal example of command as a key factor for strong 
character development in the individual soldier (23 min — 1958 — Film 
Reference). 

17-1508 The Reconnaissance Platoon and Company 

Functions and operations — Security mission in protecting flanks of 
main body (27 min — 1948 — Film Reference). 

17-1515 The Tank-armored Infantry Team 

Tactical use of tank-armored infantry team in armored division — 
Comparative strength of tanks and infantry — Utilization in varying 
tactical situations — Forming tank-armored teams from battalions of 
armored division — Typical march formation — Reinforced battalion 
in various tactical situations — Organization of assembly area — Ad- 
vanced guard — Reduction of enemy defensive area — Consolidation 
of objective and preparation for continuing attack (26 min — 1949 — 
Film Reference). 

17-1547 The Reinforced Tank Battalion In the Attack 

Planning and coordinating large-scale armored offensive operation — 
Steps from combat commander to armored battalion commander — 
Orders — Execution of orders (33 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

17-1698 Reinforced Tank Battalion, Planning and Conduct of Delaying Action 

Withdrawal plan — Reconnaissance of first and second delaying 
positions — Execution of plan by teams — Action of security patrols 
and supporting units (22 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

17-1715 Reinforced Tank Battalions of a Combat Command in the Mobile 
Defense 

This film shows a typical mobile defense counterattack by a rein- 
forced tank battalion — Step-by-step details of the master defense 

393 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 

plan — Emphasis is ou the role of the battalion commander in uU 
phases of plunning aiitl conduct, and the close cooperation of all 
units (22 niin — 1952 — Film Reference). 

17-1716 The Reinforced Tank Company in the Attack 

This film depicts the activities of a rehiforced tank comi):iiij- j)re- 
imriiig for an attack and the conduct of the attack — DetailiiiK all 
steps including personnel briefing by the company cornnuinder, 
reconnaissance, marking of tank positiooR, and preparation of com- 
munications and supplies — The attack — Coordinating all movements 
and supporting fires — Reorganizing company after accomplishment 
of mission (28 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

17-1727 Operation of the Reconnaissance Battalion Armored Division 

Mission, organization, operation, and employmtiit of reconnaissance 
battalion of armored division in major attack against aggressor force — 
Battalion responsibility for flank security, reconnaissance, and de- 
laying action — The plan, maneuver, order of advance, comTuunication 
S3rstem, and actual forward movement to secure objectives (23 min — 
1952— Film Reference). 

17-1767 Orientation on Armor 

The experience gained in North Africa and Europe during WW II 
has influenced the new American field army — This armored army 
means firepower, mobility, and shock action— It includes in addition 
to tanks, armored personnel carriers, s<^lf-proi)elled artillery, inolnle 
support service of fuel, ammunition, and food — Purposes of Mil 
light tank, M48 medium tank, and the heavy tank (12 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

17-1968 Tank, 76.mm Can, M41 and M41A1, Crew Firing Duties— Part I— 

Preparing for Action 

Positions and firing duties of crew — Handling and stowage of 
rounds — Coordhiated action in the pre pare- to- fire procedure — Varia- 
tions in M41 and M41AI tanks (17 min — 1955 — Distribution limited 
to central film and equipment exchanges in CON US and OS — Film 
Reference). 

17-1969 Tank, 76-mm Gun, M41 and M41A1, Crew Firing Duties— Part II— 
Firing Duties 

I'iriiig duties of crew as they carry out fire command — Detecting 
and correcting causes for misfires — Clear and secure guns |)roeedure 
(13 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central fihn and e(iuipinent 
exchanges in CON US and OS — Film Reference). 

17-1970 Tank, 90-mm Gun, M47, Crew Firing Dutle»— Part I— Preparing 
for Action 

Positions and firing duties of crewmen — Handling and stowage 

of rounds—Prepare-to-fire procedure— Cleaning and checking of 

equipment and loiuling of guns (17 n>in — 19.55 — Distribution limited 

to central film and equipment exchanges in CON US and OS — Film 

•.li«loM Reference). 

17-1971 Tank, 90-mm Cun, M47, Crew Firing Duties Part IT -Firing Duties 

Duties of crewmen as they carry out Fire Command —Delicling 
"''''' and correcting causes for misfires — Clear and S<'cure guns proce<luro 

394 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



(15 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central film and equipment 
exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film Reference). 

17-1974 Fundamentals of Tank Turrets — Part I — Intr«duction and Turret 
Controls 

Tank turret components — Turret controls and their operation — 
Development and role of tank during WW I and WW Ilr-^Firing 
demonstration by a tank crew (17 min — 1954). 

17-1975 Fundamentals of Tank Turrets— Part II — Vision Devices, Direct 
Fire Sights and Auxiliary Fire Control Equipment 

Capabilities, functions, and operation of vision devices, direct 
fire sights, and auxiliary fire control equipment basic to tanks (17 
min— 1954). 

17-1978 Pioneering by Armor 

Showing how a reconnaissance platoon and a reinforced tank 
platoon overcome typical obstacles, including those defended by 
enemy fire — Use of available tools, materials, and field expedients — 
Emphasis on advance preparation of tools and equipment, alertness 
and ingenuity (23 min — 1955 — Distribution limited to central film 
and equipment exchanges in CONUS and OS — Film Reference). 

17-1990 Actions of the Individual Tank 

Characteristics and functioning — Tactical duties of crew members — 
Control measures for movement of tank — Terrain, security, selection, 
and occupation of firing positions — Demonstrates preparation in 
assembly area, on the march, and attack on the objective — Re- 
organization on objective for further operations (19 min — 1955 — 
Film Reference). 

17-2117 Range Finder M12 — Part I — Characteristics and Controls 

Characteristics and components of the M12 — Principles of stereo- 
scopic ranging — Identifies all the controls, explaining their purpose 
and how they are used (25 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

17-2118 Range Finder M12 — Part II— Preparation for Ranging 

How controls are preset for action — Technical detail of the ICS 
(internal correction system) adjustment — Accuracy and efficient 
operation of the range finder depend on proper adjustment of its 
controls (14 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

17-2179 Range Finder M12— Part III— Sight Adjustment and Use 

Steps in boresighting and zeroing procedures — Application in 
specific firing situations: against stationary targets, against moving 
targets, and when one of the two optical systems has been damaged — 
Emphasis on accuracy and speed in ranging for combat eflfectiveness 
(13 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

17-2192 Tracked Vehicles in Support in Sub- Arctic— Part I— Winter Oper- 
ations 

Features, capabilities, and employment of M76 Otter, M20C 
Weasel and bulldozer with train of 10 ton sleds — Typical operational 
problems — Stress on importance of preventive maintenance (20 
min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

99S 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TF Xo. 
17-2262 Full Track Vehicle Driving— Part I Preparation for Dririnc and Basic 
Driving 

Functious of coinpKJnents (M4S Tank) — Checks and t:cr\icinR for 
smooth operation — Controls and instruments — Starting and Htupjiing 
engine — Flat terrain driviug (26 min — 1950 — Filno Reference). 

17-2263 Full Track Vehicle Driving— Part II— Advanced Driving 

Driving techniques in different types of terrain and under various 
weather conditions — Combat driving, covering: use of periscope, for- 
mations, cover, and concealment (22 min — IDoti — Film Reference). 

17-2288 Elevation Quadrant, M13— Part I— Use of The M13 Quadrant 

How the M13 is used to lay the gim at plus 132 mils, and then at 
minus 49 mils elevation (G min — 195G — Film Reference). 

17-2289 Elevation Quadrant, M 13— Part II— Test and Adjustment 

How the MI3 is tested for accuracy — How the required adjustment 
is determined — How the adjustment is made (5 min — 195G — Film 
Reference). 

17-2290 Gunner's Quadrant, Ml— Part I— End For End Test, Plus Corrections 

How the Ml is tested for accuracy using the end for end lest for a j)Ius 
.3 mil correction (6 min — 1956 — F"ilm Reference). 

17-2291 Gunner's Quadrant, Ml— Part II— End For End Test, Minus Cor- 

rections 

How to determine the amount of a minus correction, and how to 
make the correction— Fwrf /or end test for a minus .2 mil correction (4 
min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

17-2384 Adjustment of the Caliber .30 Machine Gun Solenoid 

Procedures for checking whether solenoid is mounted firmly, 
mounting machine gun, and adjusting solenoid (4 min — 1950 — Film 
Reference). 

17-2385 Safe Loading Procedures 90MM Tank Gun 

Inserting and balancing an ammunition round in loading notch — 
Chambering— Clearing path of recoil — Use of extracting and ramming 
tool— Safety pointers (5 min— 1957 — Film Reference). 

17-2386 Ground Guide Arm and Hand Signals 

Signals for guiding track laying vehicles — Start engine, move for- 
ward, to rear, to left, to right, change direction, neutral steer, close up 
distance, and stop (4 min — 1950 — Film Reference). 

17-2387 Auxiliary Means of Communication - Part I- IJght Aircraft Message 
Drop 

Arrangement of air-ground connnunication panels to indicate cen- 
ter of drop zone and wind direction to pilot (5 min — 1957 — Film 
Ref«'rence). 

17-2388 Auxiliary Means of Communication — Part II — Light Aircraft Pickup 
Arrangement of air-ground communication panels to indicate 
pickup point and wind direction to pilot— Installation of suspended 
wir<' witli pickup pouch (:{ min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

396 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

TFNo. 
17-2389 Track Tension Adjustment— Part I— M41 Tank 

How to measure and eliminate sag to obtain correct track tension — 
How to rechock initial adjustment (4 min — 195G — Film Reference). 

17-2390 Track Tension Adjustment— Part II— M48 and M48A1 Tank 

Correct procedures for checking track tension, measuring sag, cor- 
recting tract tension, and rechecking initial adjustment (5 min — 
1957 — Film Reference). 

17-2393 Tank Interphone Operation — Part I— Internal 

How to operate three sets of interphone equipment in tank — 
Applying power, monitoring radio transmission, transmitting to 
members of crew or to a set outside the tank (4 min — 1956 — Film 
Reference) . 

17-2394 Tank Interphone Operation — Part II — External 

How to operate equipment to make contact with supporting ele- 
ments — Turning on power, testing system, and setting signal and talk 
and listen switches (3 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

17-2425 Range Determination 

Methods to determine range quickly and accurately in combat — 
Use of range finder, range estimation by eye (28 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference — Replaces TF 17-1548 which is obsolete). 

17-2494 Medium Wrecker Truck M-62— Part I— Preparation for Lifting 

Adjusting boom to lift loads at various radii, use of Safe Load 
Chart, increasing weight lifting capability for maximum load, safety 
precautions (10 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

17-2495 Medium Wrecker Truck M-62— Part II— Power Plant Removal 

Removal of power plant from Tank M-48 — In first method, the 
M-62 is positioned to right of tank; in second method, the M-62 is 
positioned to rear of tank (7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

17-2496 Tank Recovery Vehicle M-72 — Part I — Preparing for Boom Operation 

Rigging the spade and boom; use of the ground spade for loads in 
excess of 15,000 pounds; rigging the boom with 2-part line for maximum 
lift capacity (7 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

17-2497 Tank Recovery Vehicle M-74— Part II— Rigging for Live Boom 
Operation 

Removal of boom foot pin, position boom cylinder to rear of vehicle, 
activating and aligning cylinder rod with crank arm, securing crank 
arm — same procedure for both boom legs (7 min — 1957 — Film 
Reference). 

17-2498 Tank Recovery Vehicle M-74— Part III— Power Plant Removal 

Attaching sling cable, hoisting and clearing power plant from Tank 
M-48 — Resting plant on ground blocks — Stress on safety measures 
and teamwork (5 min — 1957 — P'ilm Reference). 

17-2504 Armor Combat Power 

Describes the combat power of armor, depicting the features and 
fire capability of vehicles and weapons organic to the armor fighting 
team — Missions, organization, and fire potential of tank and armored 

397 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 



17-2538 



17-2587 



19-1482 



19-1485 



i:.iri 



platoons are discussed — A tactical demonstration is presented (24 
mil) — 1958— Film Reference — Replaces TF 17-1903 which is obsolete). 

Daily Crew Maintenance, Armored Personnel Carrier M-59 

Presents services pt-rformod in the four phases of daily maintenance; 
before operation, during operation, at halt, and after operation — 
Proper use of took, technical manual, and operational record form 
(28 min— 1957— Film Reference). 

Armor Team Security 

Responsibih'ty of everyone on team — Security measures taken in 
combat — Selection, reconnaissance, and organizations of as«eml)ly 
areas — Security precautions for day, night, "Stand to," and on the 
march (24 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

Absence Without Leave and Desertion 

Effects of AWOL — Effects of desertion on individual and his 
organization (33 min — 1948 — Film Reference). 

Wearing of the Uniform 

Importance of neat appearance — Courtesy — Good Ix'havior — 
Explanation and demonstration of military personnel (20 min — 1948 — 
Film Reference). 



19-1500 He's Your Prisoner iv/J^jiW muVbtlf. I<IJ:-TI 

Guarding prisoners inside and outside of stockade (27 min — 1948 — 
Film Reference). 

19-1552 Military Police on Trains 

Duties and responsibilities of military police and shore patrol on 
trains and in railroad and bus stations — Tact and diplomacy (34 min — 
1949 — Film Reference). 

19-1563 Collection and Preservation of Evidence 

Investigation of a homicide by CIP — Checking equipment for 
collection and preservation of evidence — E.xamining details of collec- 
tion, marking, and preserving all evidence — Photographic recording 
or sketching scene of crime — Evaluation of evidence — Questioning of 
suspects — Solution of crime (02 miu — 1949 — Film Reference). 

19-1579 Traffic Patrols and Escorts 

Military police on traffic patrol and escort duty — Techniques for 
area and organizational traffic control — Safe guidance of convoys 
through controlled areas by advance escort, leap-frog and truck 
methods (22 min — 1949— Film Reference). 

19-1608 RehabilKadon of Military Prisoners 

Modern penology— Army rehabilitation — Routine of disciplinary 
barracks administration — Technique of custodial control (31 min — 
1949— Film Reference). 

19-1610 Prevention of Pilferage— Part I: Depots and Warehouses 

Exposing ciisuul and systematic pilf«'rago — Mejisures to prevent 
stealing -Principles for effective program -Proper prevention, appre- 
hension procediires (20 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 



396 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
19-1634 Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part I: Basic Principles 

Best method of protection against attack — Counter-attack princi- 
ples — Six basic principles — Balance — Stahara (use of stomach mus- 
cles) — Maximum versus minimum — Momentum — Major and minor 
operations — Leverage (6 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 

19-1634a Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part 11: Falling 

Technique of faUing correctly (4 min— 1951 — Film Reference), 
19-1 634b Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part III: Throwing 

Three basic throws — Hip, shoulder, and leg hook throws (7 min — 
1951 — Film Reference). 

19-1634C Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part IV: Follow Through 

Judo blow used as follow through (2 min — 1951 — Film Reference). 
19-1634d Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part V: Defense Against Body Holds 

Defenses — Leg smash — Kick to groin (8 min — 1951). 
19-1634e Personal Encounter (Judo) — Part VI: Defense Against Choke Holds 

Windmill defense — Wedge — Elbow smash — Wrist take-down — 
Reverse windmill — Bent arm choke (6 min — 1951). 
19-1634f Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part VII: Taking Prisoners 

Finger, wrist, and hammerlock come-alongs (7 min — 1951). 

19-1634g Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part VIII: Defense Against Wrestling 
Holds 

Full Nelson — Side headlock — Front headlock — Hammerlock (4 
min— 1951). 
19-lG34h Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part IX: Defense Against Knife or Club 

Blocking knife thrusts or club blow and following with judo throw 
(9 min— 1951). 
19-16341 Personal Encounter (Judo)— Part X: Oflfensive Use of the Police Riot 

Club 

Use of police club in crisscross stranglehold, Japanese rear choke, 
and riot club come-along (7 min — 1951). 
19-1661 Prevention of Pilferage— Part II: On Ships and Wharves 

Precautionary measures against various methods of pilfering (31 
min — 1951 — Film Reference). 
19-1701 Support in Emergencies — Riot Control 

Military police quell riot in hypothetical industrial town — Types of 
action often successively necessary in such operations — Emjjhasizes 
importance of military bearing, necessity for remaining well-mannered 
but firm, and the employment of minimum number of troops necessary 
for success of mission — Suppression of violence without needless 
bloodshed (29 min— 1951— Film Reference). 
19-1740 Guarding Against Sabotage 

Techniques, methods, and case histories of sabotage — Fire, explo- 
sives, and mechanical means — Industrial plants, transportation facili- 
ties prime targets — Common conditions inviting sabotage — Preventing 
unlawful destruction — Responsibilities of civilian and military guards 
(Revision of TF No. 19-2032—32 min— 1952— Film Reference). 

399 



T9CIMERICAL INDEX 



TF -Vo. 
19-1748 



19-1794 



19-1795 



19-1796 



19-1797 



19-1799 



19-1800 



19-1806 



19-1807 



19-1809 



The Airborne Military Policeman 

Kxi)lainiiiK, s(ep-b\ -s(<>|), X\w duties and responRibilities of th»' mili- 
tary police company assigned to support airl>oriie action — Role and 
imiwrtance before, during, and after the jump and in the command 
post area (21 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

Military Police Headquarters 

Illustrating the precise manner of the functioning of the military 
police headquarters — The duties of both the patrol jsergeant and the 
desk sergeant — Thouseof the journal (11 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

Military Police Services 

Illustrates the duties and resixju.sibilities of the military police, the 
fists and the helping hand of tlie army, toward any person subject to 
military law (9 min— 1952 — Film Reference), 

Military Police Approach — Individuals 

Demonstrates the techniques used by the military police when appre- 
hending, searching, or questioning normally stable persons, and drunks 
and l^elligerent suspects (9 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

Military Police Approach — Vehicles 

Methods employed by military police in apprehending motorists for 
traffic violations — Overtaking and apprehending criminals— Review of 
techniques (11 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Booking of Military OfTenders 

Correct methods and procedures in recording incidents and process- 
ing military offenders at military police headcuiarters — Proper method 
of searching prisoners and handling their personal property — The 
offense rej^ort and the journal (17 min — 1952 — Film Reference). 

Military Police Duties at TraflBc Accidents 

Demonstrating the eight rules of procedure for military iwlice in 
handling traffic accidents (20 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

Military Police Support in Amphibious Operations 

Duti«\s and functions in support of combined amphibious assault — 
Landings of divi-sion and support brigade njilitary police — Duties 
include traffic control of men and ecpiipment, control and direction 
of beach traffic, parking and spacing of vehicles, proviiling escorts, 
directing stragglers to collection points, aiding in capturing enemy 
snipers and enemy paratrooi)ers, guarding prisoners of war, helping to 
control movements of civilians and refugees, guarding sup|)lies to pro- 
vent pilferage and sabotage (14 min— 1953 — Film Reference). 

Straggler Control 

Military police control the movementtj of all military iu)d civilian 
persons into or out of the combat area— Straggler problem within 
division area — Detecting, a|)prelieiuling, ami disposing of the lost, 
sick, and deliberate straggler (18 min — 1953- Film Reference). 

Geneva Conventions — Handling Prisoners of War 

Technicpies and proc<'dures for handling POW's from time of capture 
to internment in FOW camps in accordance with convention, 1919 (25 
uiiu — 1952 — Film Reference). 



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NUMERICAL INDEX 



TF iVe. 

19-1847 Industrial Plant Protection 

Vital to national security — Basic physical security standards for 
insuring uninterrupted defense production — Scale model illustrates 
mechanical aids to security — Purposes of perimeter defense line and 
inner defense systems — Need and requirements of good lighting system, 
eflScient communication and alarm system, properly secured locks, and 
a highly trained guard force (29 min — 1953 — Film Reference). 

19-1938 Guardhouse and Stockade — Part I — I*rocessing Military Prisoners 

Step-by-step procedures in receiving tnd processing military 
prisoners to confinement facilities (29 miu — 1954 — Film Reference). 

19-1939 Guardhouse and Stockade — Part II — Classification of Military Prison- 
ers by Custody Grades 

Types and cla.s.sifi cation of guardhouse and stockade prisoners — 
Responsibilities of supervisory and confinement personnel — Impor- 
tance of continuous classification and reclassification for rehabilitation 
purposes — Regulations governing custody grades (25 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

19-1940 Guardhouse and Stockade — Part III— Security and Control 

Depicts duties of disciplinary guards, control of mass or group 
movements, forming and moving of work details, shakedowns and 
searches, and use of weapons in confinement facilities (31 min — 1954 — 
Film Reference). 

19-2111 Military Police Town Patrol— Part I— Foot Patrols 

Planning and organization of patrols — Preparation for mission — 
Familiarization w/patrol route — How to advise and assist soldiers — 
How to enforce regulations (36 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

19-2112 Military Police Town Patrol— Part II— Motor Patrols 

Cruising in patrol area — Visiting off-limits night clubs — Handling 
intoxicated soldier — Quelling brawl — Apprehending intoxicated driver 
(16 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

19-2137 Point Control of Traffic 

Hand and arm signals — Traffic flow through one-way and four-way 
intersections — Flow cycle — Pedestrian traffic — Right-of-way vehi- 
cles — Traffic at defiles (32 min — 1955 — Film Reference). 

19-2271 The Traffic Accident Spot Map 

Use and preparation of map — Symbols used for plotting information, 
the required scale of the map, and the features of a suitable legend 
(4 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 

19-2272 The Collision Diagram 

Use and preparation of diagram — Plotting information, legend, 
right angle, rear end and side swipe collision patterns (5 min — 1956 — 
Film Reference). 

19-2275 Motor Vehicle Spot Speed Studies — Setting up Mirror Boxes 

Positioning boxes — Positioning of observer and recorder— Clocking 
passing vehicles — Recording data — How .studies aid in enforcement 
(6 min — 1956 — Film Reference). 



494599°— 59- 



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401 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



TFNo. 
19-2287 



19-2442 



19-2443 



19-2444 



19-2540 



20-1684 



20-1736 



20-1737 



20-1738 



20-1771 



Apprehension and Search of Persona 

Tochiiique of taking i>erson.s into custody — Conducting frisk, wall 
and complete searches — Use of handcufTs — Disposition of female 
offenders (27 niin — 1956 — Film Reference), 

Suspects and Witnesses — Part I — Basic Interviews 

Interviews of two typical witnesses by a MP after an accident — In- 
terviewing techniques, effects of emotion and prejudice on observa- 
tions (16 min— 1957— Film Reference — Replaces TF 1»-1580, which 

is obsolete) . 

Suspects and Witnesses — Part II — Complaints and Hostile Witnesses 
Interviews of two typical witnesses by Military Police Criminal 
Investigators — Questioning technique and careful evaluation of 
testimony is stressed (21 min — 1957 — Film Reference). 

Suspects and Witnesses — Part III — Interrogating Suspects 

Techniques used to question: a suspect whose guilt of breaking 
into a PX is uncertain, and the suspect of a brutal crime (44 min — 
1957— Film Reference). 

Investigation of Narcotics Offenses 

Discusses the symptoms of drug addiction, and illustrates the 
techniques and procedures related to the discovery, apprehension, 
and search of offenders (40 min — 1958 — Film Reference). 

Once Too Often 

Safety film — Recklessness of soldier on leave — Results (25 min — 
1951). 

Introduction to Army Work Simplification 

Demonstrating work simplification in action — Need for and value 
of the program — Importance of line supervisor to success of program — 
Flexible army regulations system permits utilization of managerial 
improvement program (19 rain — 1953). 

Work Simplification in the Office 

Scope and variety of office work in the Department of the Army — 
Role of work simplification program — Five tools are: work distribu- 
tion chart, flow process chart, work count, motion economy analyses, 
and layout studies— To be preceded by TF 20-1736 (25 miu— 1U54— 
Film Reference). 

Work Simplification in the Shop 

Definition of work simplification program as applied to civilian and 
military phases of DA — Tools studied