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Nuclear War Test Films MegaCollection On USB Flash Drive
"69.69 USD. Free Shipping Worldwide! The Complete Nuclear War Film 14 Volume/19 Disc All Regions DVD Collector's Set! Declassified U.S. Government Films Detailing How America Planned To Win A Nuclear War In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS On A USB Flash Drive! Contents: NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME I: THE BEGINNING & THE END - ATOMIC WEAPONS ORIENTATION FILMS 6 Declassified U. S. Government Films Detailing How America Planned To Win A Nuclear War! The Defense Atomic Support Agency Presents - #1 - Project 30-11-60 Part 1 (Revised) - Atomic Weapons Orientation (16:45) The Defense Atomic Support Agency Presents - #2 - Project 30-11-60 Part 2 (Revised) - Basic Atomic Weapons (5:24) The Defense Atomic Support Agency Presents - #3 - Project 30-11-52 Part 3 - A Special Weapons Orientation - Weapons Family (5:25) The Defense Atomic Support Agency Presents - #4 - Project 30-11-61 Part 4 (Revised) - Atomic Weapons Support Operations (11:28) The Defense Atomic Support Agency Presents -#5 - Project 30-11-64 Part 5 (Revised) - Effects Of Atomic Weapons (14:36) The Defense Atomic Support Agency Presents - #6 - Project 30-11-54 Part 6 - The Thermonuclear Explosion (28:31) ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME II: THE BEGINNING: BIKINI ATOMIC TESTS & NUCLEAR TESTING REVIEW More Recently Declassified U. S. Government Films Detailing How America Planned To Win A Nuclear War! Project Crossroads - Test Able / Project Crossroads - Test Baker (1946, 41:33) The U. S. Military's preliminary assessment of the first atomic tests conducted after World War II. Nuclear Testing Review (1990s, 25:09) Sandia Lab's production for the U. S. Department of Energy regarding their ongoing project to identify and release atomic testing films to the public. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME III: SHARPENING THE SWORD: OPERATION SANDSTONE New Bomb Designs Perfected, Thermonuclear Fusion Tested And Live Troops Sent Into The Fray Joint Task Force Three Presents Operation Greenhouse (1951, Color, 1:19:10) Air Force Lt. General Elwood Quesada introduces this film which documents the technical aspects of his Task Force's experiments in perfecting the design of the Mk 5 & MK6 bombs and in testing thermonuclear fission, the latter of which if proved feasable would allow for the production of a Hydrogen bomb device. Operation Greenhouse (1951, Color, 21:58) The Atomic Energy Commission produced this general overview of the results of this important operation, with especial emphasis given to the creation, organization, staffing and logistical support of the operation. Exercise Desert Rock (1951, B&W, 27:49) A Department of Defense "Staff Film Report" documenting Operation Buster/Jangle's Exercise Desert Rock, the first tests involving human exposure to radiation in the form of operational exercises by American soldiers conducted in the area immediately surrounding an atomic blast shortly after detonation. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME IV: OPERATION GREENHOUSE & EXERCISE DESERT ROCK New Bomb Designs Perfected, Thermonuclear Fusion Tested And Live Troops Sent Into The Fray Joint Task Force Three Presents Operation Greenhouse (1951, Color, 1:19:10) Air Force Lt. General Elwood Quesada introduces this film which documents the technical aspects of his Task Force's experiments in perfecting the design of the Mk 5 & MK6 bombs and in testing thermonuclear fission, the latter of which if proved feasable would allow for the production of a Hydrogen bomb device. Operation Greenhouse (1951, Color, 21:58) The Atomic Energy Commission produced this general overview of the results of this important operation, with especial emphasis given to the creation, organization, staffing and logistical support of the operation. Exercise Desert Rock (1951, B&W, 27:49) A Department of Defense "Staff Film Report" documenting Operation Buster/Jangle's Exercise Desert Rock, the first tests involving human exposure to radiation in the form of operational exercises by American soldiers conducted in the area immediately surrounding an atomic blast shortly after detonation. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME V: OPERATIONS BUSTER/JANGLE & TUMBLER/SNAPPER Live Troops Sent Into The Fray, New Bomb Designs Perfected, Bombing Techniques Tested & Tactical Nuclear Weapons Developed Department Of Defense Presents - Military Participation On Buster Jangle (1951, Color, 1:15:55) With the Korean war raging, the Defense Department was keen to get operational a lighter weight and lower yield tactical nuclear device, and to perfect bombing techniques so as to maximum destructive potential against surface targets. This latter objective is to be compared with the fact that these tests were the first to include live troops who were sent into the vicinity of an atomic blast shortly after detonation. The DoD trumpeted the interservice cooperation that made the Buster/Jangle series of tests possible with the production of this film. Military Participation On Tumbler/Snapper (1952, Color, 47:14) The DoD was keen to continue in its research on the topics which lead to the Buster/Jangle series of tests. Operation Tumber/Snapper was the result some four months later, and this time, even more troops were used as part of the exercise. This film especially cites the involvement of interservice cooperative teams in the course of these larger nuclear tests, just as the Buster/Jangle film prior to this on this disc. The Armed Forces Special Weapons Project Presents: Technical Report - Tumbler-Snapper (1952, B&W, 10:57) A formerly highly classifed film intended to illustrate the more technical aspects and results of these tests to the high brass of the various branches of the armed services. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME VI: OPERATIONS TUMBLER, IVY, DOORSTEP & CASTLE Bombing Techniques Tested, First H-Bomb Detonated, New Bomb Designs Perfected & Civil Defense Measures Evaluated Operation Tumbler - A Photographic Study Of Blast And Thermal Phenomena (1952, Color, 22:21) With the Korean War raging, the Defense Department was keen to perfect bombing techniques so as to maximize destructive potential against surface targets. A major obstacle to this goal was the unreliability of mathematical formulae then in use to predict blast yield and its associated effects. This film documents the technological and methodological measuring techniques used and photographic analyses employed in the obtaining of data necessary to arrive at more accurate blast yield predictions. Operation Ivy - Parts 1 & 2 (1952, Color, 1:02:47) With the Cold War raging and fears that the Soviet Union was gaining on the U.S. in nuclear proficiency after it had successfully detonated its own atomic bomb in 1949, President Truman in 1950 directed the Atomic Energy commission to "work on all forms of atomic weapons, including the so-called hydrogen or "Super Bomb". This directive culminated in Operation Ivy, which resulted in two separate explosive tests, the two most powerful bombs ever created until that time - one a tactical high-yield fission or atomic nuclear weapon, and the other the world's first hydrogen atomic device or thermonuclear weapon. Operation Doorstep (1953, B&W, 10:15) An operation that was itself a subset of Operation Upshot-Knothole (which operation is featured in NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME VII) which subset was especially concerned with Civil Defense related matters and relied upon mannequins, various housing types and general community infrastructure to provide the necessary data with which to predict domestic damage, test Civil Defense assumptions and evaluate the relative damage particular materials and construction types would sustain. Operation Castle (1953, Color 20:28) This series of tests of new and more powerful thermonuclear devices resulted in mixed results and helped to clearly show how, and how not, to perfect the design of these weapons. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME VII: OPERATION UPSHOT/KNOTHOLE, THE ATOMIC CANNON & OPERATION TEAPOT Bomb Damage Assesments Evaluated, Nuclear Artillery Deployed & New Bomb Designs Perfected Operation Upshot-Knothole Project (1953, B&W, 20:50) A more detailed analysis made upon a large number of project film shorts demonstrating the individualized effects of nuclear detonations upon military ground facilities, forest trees, F-47 aircraft, various civilian home configurations and more. Effects On B-50 Aircraft (1953, B&W, Silent, 18:23) The specific effects of a nuclear detonation upon B-50 bomber aircraft flying at altitude at various distances from a group of 4 consecutive explosions are documented in film before, during and after flight. The 280MM Atomic Gun At The Nevada Proving Ground (1953, Color, 10:26) The infamous "Atomic Cannon" is tested at the Nevada Proving Grounds prior to its being deployed throughout Western Europe. Operation Teapot - Military Effects Studies (1953, B&W, 30:46) A series of 14 detonations incorporating a variety of new and experimental atomic designs conducted with an eye to standardizing atomic design models into more efficient and universally employable devices. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME VIII: OPERATIONS WIGWAM, REDWING & PLUMBBOB Effectiveness Against Submarines Tested, Second Generation Devices Evaluated & Military Effects Quantified Commander Joint Task Force 7.3 Presents - Operation Wigwam (1955, Color, 36:10) Just 450 miles off the San Diego coast, the U.S. Navy detonated a submerged 30 kiloton fission device to determine its effectiveness as a weapon for use against submarines, as well as to record the effects of wave creation at nearby, intermediate and long distances from the explosion. A Greek ship off San Diego was roughtly buffetted, the crew thought an earthquake happened and they radioed San Diego to offer assistance. Military Effects On Operation Redwing (1956, Color, 31:54) Leaner and meaner devices resulted from conclusions of prior nuclear tests featured in this series, and in Operation Redwing, the devices themselves were put to the test. Devices the size of volleyballs, "clean" or low fallout designs and deliberately "dirty or high fallout devices were all tested, and were deployed at the Eniwetok Proving Ground varioiusly atop towers, dropped from aircraft, barge floated and otherwise. Operation Redwing (1956, Color, 26:21) The Commander of Joint Task Force 7.3 Rear Admiral Hanlon's film documenting the assessments and determinations that were made as a result of Operation Redwing. The United States Atomic Energy Commission Presents - Operation Plumbbob: Weapons Development Report (1957, Color, 22:22) An extraordinary and controversial series of tests involving 43 military effects tests to determine the effects of a variety of nuclear devices in terms of blast against buildings, the biological effects of radiation upon pigs and more. These were the largest tests ever conducted at the Nevada Proving Ground, and they resulted in fallout determined to be responsible for up to 38,000 cases of throid cancer due to exposure to I-131. One can only wonder what use may have been made of the data obtained from the tests on the air drop capabilities of helicopters and blimps. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME IX: OPERATIONS PLUMBBOB & HARDTACK Military Effects Quantified, Ballistic Missile Systems Evaluated & Designs Rush-Tested Before The 1958-1961 Nuclear Test Moratorium Armed Forces Special Weapons Project Presents - Operation Plumbbob - Military Effects Studies (1957, Color, 32:18) A controversial series of tests, further documented in Nuclear War Films Vol. VIII, involving 43 military effects tests to determine the effectiveness of variousf nuclear device configurations in terms of blast against buildings, the biological effects of radiation and more. These tests resulted in fallout responsible for as many as to 38,000 cases of throid cancer due to I-131 exposure. The air drop capabilities of helicopters and blimps are examples of the unconventional nature of these tests, all covered by this film with especial emphasis to quantification of the effects produced by each test. Operation Hardtack - Military Effects Studies - Parts 1-4 (1958, Color) When it became apparent that the US and USSR were about to agree to a nuclear test moratorium, the Department of Defense decided to conduct the largest nuclear test series yet, featuring as many new devices as could be rushed into production. Especial interest was given to ballistic missiles, both intercontinental and submarine-launched, and both high altitide and underwater detonations. Due to the complex nature of the tests, a set of 4 films was produced: Part One - Basic Effects, Structures & Materiel (26:27), Part Two - High Altitude Tests 24:58), Part Three - Underwater Tests (18:11) and Part Four - Sub-Kiloton Effects (Silent, 23:06). ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME X: OPERATIONS HARDTACK, ARGUS, GNOME & NOUGAT Nuclear Weapons Employed From The Edge Of Space To The Earth's Interior And About The Oceans In-Between From Before The 1958-61 Nuclear Test Moratorium To The Search For Peaceful Applications Excerpts From Operation Hardtack (1958, Color, Silent, 16:53) When it became apparent that the US and USSR were about to agree to a nuclear test moratorium, the Department of Defense decided to conduct the largest nuclear test series yet, featuring as many new devices as could be rushed into production. Especial interest was given to ballistic missiles, both intercontinental and submarine-launched, and both high altitide and underwater detonations. This film is a one reel selection of notable events of these tests, particularly extraordinary footage of detonations and close-ups on affected ships in target areas. Operation Argus - Report Of Chief, AFSWP To ARPA (1958, Color, 44:36) In secret operations conducted in conjunction with the civilian space agency NASA's very public Explorer IV satellite mission, three nuclear devices were detonated over the South Atlantic at the edge of space and proved that nuclear explosions could create artificial Van Allen belt-like bands of energy in near space which could serve to disrupt electronic circuitry, radio and other communications during a military exchange. ------------------------------------------------------------- NUCLEAR WAR FILMS VOLUME XI: OPERATION DOMINIC High Altitude Testing Resumes, Weapons & Delivery Systems Perfected Dominic Fireballs - Pacific Testing Christmas Island Area (1962, Color, Silent, 43:53) Extraordinary color footage of a large number of the high altitude detonations that constituted the 36 tests of this series. These tests were a more comprehensive response to the Soviet Union's breaking its nuclear test moratorium agreement with the United States than the modest first response tests that were Operation Nougat a couple of weeks after the treaty abrogation. EG&G Operation Dominic Scientific Photography - Bluestone Event (1962, Black & White, Silent, 8:06) More extraordinary footage of the fireballs of the test series Joint Task Force Eight Presents - Operation Dominic (1962, Color, Sound) A series of three films documenting all aspects of this enormous test enterprise. Joint Task Force Eight Presents - Operation Dominic - Christmas Island (12:12) Especially concerns itself with the air drop tests. Joint Task Force Eight Presents - Operation Dominic - Johnston Island (19:08) Especially concerns itself with the missile tests. Joint Task Force Eight Presents - Operation Domini
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