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ROYAL AIR FORCE (RAF) - THE UNSEEN FILMS (1960 - 1961)

The Royal Air Force - The Unseen Films 1960-1961:
 
6 previously unavailable films of the RAF and its aircraft in the early years of the jet age.

1. Delta 83 (1960) 26:50 - Filmed at RAF Waddington, it follows the progress of the new crew of Vulcan Delta 8-3 (XA 911) from their arrival to
their first flight.
2. The Favourites (1960) 20:23 - A look at life at RAF Akrotiri, following the life of an electronics technician based there.
3. Transport Command (1961) 22:56 - A unique look at RAF Lyneham in the early 1960s.
4. High Encounter (1961) 21:12 - A training flight by an RAF Valiant bomber non-stop from England to South Africa.
5. True Bearing (1961) 27:54 - A dramatised documentary looking at RAF life in the Far East.
6. Jungle Life Line (1961) 13:45 - A gripping account of RAF operations in support of ground forces in the Far East.

These films are from the Imperial War Museum?s rare and fascinating collection of original films. These films are of great historical importance and
are essential viewing for anyone interested in aviation history.


DVD-R IS IN ENGLISH; VERY GOOD QUALITY.  APPROX. 140 MINS.  REGION FREE.

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