Vietnam Destruction from Above
THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE IN VIETNAM This enthralling account examines the main roles played by the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War, highlighting both the combat and non-combat operations carried out. From medical care, precisely orchestrated airstrikes and the all important supply run the men, women and machines of the US Air Force were an integral part of the war effort.
ANOTHER DAY OF WAR The day of a United States Air Force soldier during the Vietnam conflict was anything but routine, as the chaos of war ensured an unpredictable 24 hours. In this documentary we examine the daily roles of a handful of these men including engineers, ground staff, flight crews and those from help and rescue.
THE SPARROW HAWKS Few jobs in the United States Air Force could have the uncertainty or danger than that of the forward air controller, a man whose job it was to fly low over uncharted territories and locate a hostile enemy intent on remaining undiscovered. Once an enemy was detected a flare was sent to pinpoint their location, for further ground or air troops to move in.
THE AIR MOBILE DIVISION In 1965 the 1st Cavalry Division Air Mobile were deployed to Vietnam. Known as the "Sky Troopers", this program examines the inner workings of the division covering their main mission objectives, the division structure and the logistics involved in keeping them fighting.