The Army Air Forces Newsreels 1930-1934 DVD contains almost two hours of military and other aviation topics from the period including flying boats, National Air Races, military bombers, Amelia Earhart, blimps, parachutists, and much more:
- AAF Newsreels 1930-1931: Cleveland National Air Races, New World's Flying Endurance Record, World's biggest flying boat in new York. Navy "High Hats", Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh, Transcontinental flight, crop dusting, Chicago National Air Races, stunting aces sky thrillers, USMC and Army squadrons at Cleveland. 13 minutes.
- AAF Newsreels 1932: Bombers fly over the Grand Canyon, O-1E's, O-1G's strafing targets, Army tests XB-10, Y1A-8's put into service, Y1P-26 crash, LB-6's, B-3A's over Hawaii. 22 minutes.
- AAF Newsreels 1932-1933: Amelia Earhart, Air Show Cleveland, P-6's, P-12's at Selfridge and Roosevelt Fields, new blimp in flight, 32nd Bomb Squadron amphibians, Chicago Air Show, AAF planes carry N.R.A. Recovery literature. 21 minutes.
- AAF Newsreels 1934: Army takes over airmail, Record snow NY, New Martin bomber, Cleveland Air Show, FDR in Hawaii, launching of the Explorer, Parachutists mass jump, New Sky Eye for Blimps, Aviation's 31st birthday. 59 minutes.
Total run time for Army Air Forces Newsreels 1930-1934 DVD is 1 hour, 55 minutes in B&W. Format is NTSC DVD.