USAF B-36 Peacemaker Bomber DVD
The Convair B-36 Peacemaker Bomber is a strategic bomber that was built by Convair and operated by the United States Air Force (USAF) from 1949 to 1959. The B-36 bomber is the largest mass-produced piston-engine aircraft ever built. It had the longest wingspan of any combat aircraft ever built, at 230 feet.
1st Film; "The Cold War". A USAF story about how the Air Force was to defend against and fight a potential nuclear war with Russia. This led to the formation of SAC (Strategic Air Command) and the development of the amazing B-36 bomber. Run time is about 15 minutes.
2nd Film: "SAC and the B-36". This film explains the need for the SAC to fly around the clock with B-47s, B-52s and the B-36. Also, it shows what it's like to fly on a B-36 mission at night for 13 hours. Very rare film. Run time is about 19 minutes.
3rd Film; "One Plane; One Bomb". During WW2, Germany had an idea to bomb America from European bases. After the war, Russia copied the B-29 for that goal, so the USAF decided to see if a bomber could fly from Europe to America with a bomb load. Run time is about 22 minutes.
4th Film; "B-36 Crew Escape Training". In the event of a B-36 bomber ditching, the USAF trained the crew on how to bailout and survive in enemy territory. Run time is about 19 minutes.
5th Film; "B-36 Radar Bombing". This film is about B-36 bomber training to bomb by using radar. Run time is about 7 minutes.
6th Film; "B-36 Peacemaker Newsreels". A collection of newsreels on the largest bomber ever built. 1. Development of the B-36. 2nd. New ten engine B-36 bomber. 3rd. The Big Bombing. 4th. B-36 and a Parasite F-84. 5th. B-36 new cargo plane YC-99 6th B-60, the all Jet version of the B-36 bomber. Run time is about 11 minutes.
Total runtime for the B-36 bomber DVD is about 93 minutes. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.