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Vodka and Raw Fish Video
of John Proctor's crossing of the USSR in his Cessna 185, is both an
and wonder of a man's will and skill, as we witness some harrowing
and extraordinary flying with John's good friend, the famous Russian
Viktor Smolin. Get the Book, Viktor,
Vodka and Raw Fish for even more details of the adventures and
stories! VHS Tape 90 min.
Viktor, Vodka and Raw Fish
now only $10.00
John Proctor's other aviation adventures in his "Boat in the Sky!"
the birth of aviation, through two world wars, to the breaking of
the sound barrier and on into space... The history of the USAF (United
States Air Force) has been
a sweeping saga of challenges met. See the Golden Tattoo Air Show, a
week-long tribute to those men and machines that built the greatest air
force the world has ever known. Includes footage of classic USAF
aircraft and performances by international jet teams. 45 min.VHS Tape.
USAF 50th Anniversary Video
the B-17 and Preflight of the B-17 Videos
These are the video journals of the
B-17G restored called the "Aluminum
The video covers the history of B-17 during World War II up to
restoration project and current use as a flying historic museum and
of aviation education. The Preflight takes you through the entire
military preflight operations! VHS Tape. Be sure to read the Reviews!
the B-17 Video
Item #SBVFB17 $10.00
The Preflight of the
Item #SBVPB17 $10.00
Giving the Automobile Its Wings
with designer/inventor Moulton B. "Molt" Taylor, this video features
test flight footage, interviews, scale models, drawings, significant
and press clippings of all four models of the AEROCAR - the "roadable"
here to see the article featured in one of StrangeBirds.com's
Molt Taylor's Aerocar Video
of the Voyager
of the design, building
and testing of the Voyager. Not a recounting of the flight, but a
detailed look at one of the great aeronautical achievements of all
Interviews with Burt Rutan, Dick Rutan, Jeana Yeager and Bruce Evans.
Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress
film is a war documentary produced by one of the "Hollywood Colonels,"
William Wyler, who joined the Air Force Film unit and recorded the
and sounds of the last mission of a B-17 bomber known as the Memphis
named after the girlfriend of the pilot. A narrator told the story of
10 crewmen as examples of simple average American boys doing a tough
The men and plane were filmed during the bombing raid on the submarine
base in Wilhelmshafen, Germany, "just one mission of just one plane
one crew in one squadron in one group of one wing of one Air Force out
of fifteen United States Army Air Forces." Wyler in fact combined
from several missions to represent this last 25th mission of the plane,
a mission that was actually a milk run with no casualties and no
landing. From October 1943 to March 1944, Wyler edited in the U.S. the
20,000 feet of film he shot in Europe, producing a 42-minute color film
that was considered beautiful and dramatic. VHS Tape
Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress
'Em Flying Warbird Show
this special edition
of EAA's Ultimate Flights journey to EAA Fly-In for the largest annual
gathering of warbird in the world. See dozens of the finest warbirds in
and some so rare that less than a dozen examples still fly.
them in their natural environment - in the air where they belong.
Listen for the roar of the radial engines, feel the rumble along the
and smell the oil and gas in the air. Warbirds of America makes this
long special, which is dedicated to the preservation of all vintage
aircraft and as a flying tribute to an important era. VHS Tape (60 min)
Keep 'em flying Warbird Air Show
#SBVKFW $13.95 now only