Film #3 - Flying the A-20 Bomber. Flown as 'the Boston' by the Brits on daring hedge hopping low level 'ramrod' raids over the Continent and as the 'Havoc' by the US Army Air Force skimming the jungles of SE Asia, this magnificent attack bomber is one of the most underappreciated aircraft of World War II. In B+W with a run time of about 20 minutes.
Film #4 - A-26 Flying Tips. World War II, Korea, Indochina, the Bay of Pigs, Laos, Vietnam, the Congo, South America, fire fighting in the Pacific Northwest -- this fantastic aircraft has seen it all! The most advanced attack plane of World War II. In B+W with a run time of about 16 minutes.
Film #5 - FLAK is a fascinating World War II training film for pilots on the theory and practice of evading antiaircraft fire. The specifications, capabilities, and targeting methods of a variety of German and Japanese AAA pieces are discussed as well as both high and low altitude evasion tactics . Well illustrated with charts, animations, and combat film. In B+W with a run time of about 17 minutes.
A 143-page Douglas A-26 Invader pilot's manual is included on the DVD. It is in .pdf file format with detailed photos, systems diagrams, performance charts, procedures & more. The manual can be accessed on a computer equipped with a DVD drive.
The DVD is in NTSC format and region-free. It is packaged in a plain clear plastic C-Shell DVD case without paper graphics.