World War II
The "Candy Bomber" of WWII
During the Berlin Airlift in WWII one U.S. Air Force pilot made it a point to look out for the
Lt. Col. (ret.) Richard Cole - Doolittle Raider Tribute Vignette
The first to take-off of the U.S.S. Hornet on April 18, 1942, is the last to land.
Saying Goodbye to a True American Hero, Lt Col Richard E. (Dick) Cole
The last living member of the Doolittle Raiders will be remembered.
The B-17 Flying Fortress
Lewis Perrone tells us his story on board his first B-17, Lucky Me.
100-year-old WWII Vet Recalls P-40 Belly Landing
A World War II veteran celebrated his 100th birthday at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.
Remastered Footage of the First Nuclear Bomb Test
July 1945's 22 kiloton Trinity test in all its horrifying power.
Sunken WWII Aircraft Carrier USS Wasp Discovered
Deep sea explorers found the USS Hornet in the South Pacific.
"Hero of Cologne" is Reunited with his Sherman Tank
One of the most storied tank gunners in #USArmy history, "Hero of Cologne" Clarence Smoyer, was reunited with his old
WWII Tanks Firing in Slow Motion
Gav & Dan are at a tank range using the latest and greatest in projectile tracking technology.
WWII Paratroopers Rain Down from C-47 Planes
Masses of WWII Paratroopers known as “Sky Guys” leap from 30 C-47 planes in this vintage film.