The Mission To Rabaul WWII Pacific Theater DVD contains eight films that document various aviation activities in the Pacific Theater of WWII.
Film #1 - Bismarck Sea Victory - February 1943. US Fifth and Australian Air Forces destroy a Japanese troop convoy headed for New Guinea. 10 minutes.
Film #2 - Mission To Rabaul - October 1943. Focuses on the 5th Air Forces in New Guinea leading to the bombing of Rabaul, New Britain. 50 minutes.
Film #3 - United States Pacific Ace - December 1943. Colonel Neel Kearby, the first US fighter pilot to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. 4 minutes.
Film #4 - 5th Air Force Gun Camera Film - October 1943 to January 1944. 12 minutes.
Film #5 - Ace of Aces - April 1944. Captain Richard Bong after scoring his 27th victory surpassing Eddie Rickenbacker's WWI record. 3 minutes.
Film #6 - The Headhunters - May 1944. Activities of the 80th Fighter Squadron at Nadzab, New Guinea. 13 minutes.
Film #7 - Leapfrog - 1944. Explains the tactical maneuver of bypassing Japanese islands and advancing to more strategic positions. 20 minutes.
Total run time for Mission To Rabaul WWII Pacific Theater DVD is 2 hour, 5 minutes in B&W. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.