This is the definitive collection of 20 official Royal Air Force archive films, most of them previously unreleased. Presented in chronological order these training, information, recruitment and instructional films give an unprecedented and in-depth insight into the breadth of RAF operations and squadrons during the early 1970s. They feature a bonanza of contemporaneous RAF aircraft such as the Vulcan, Jet Provost, Canberra, Harrier, Phantom, Lightning, VC-10, Hercules, Belfast, Comet and Nimrod. FILMS INCLUDED ARE:- Oxygen Fire In The Air** (1969/1970, 18 mins) / RAF College - Cranwell** (1970, 19 mins) / The Sharp End (1970, 14 mins) / State Of Readiness (1970, 2 mins) / Sea Survival With The RAF (1970, 2 mins) / Aircraft Mechanic - Weapons** (1970, 6 mins) / Low Flying** (1971, 18 mins) / RAF Catering Trades** (1971, 7 mins) / Vision And Nuclear Flash** (1971, 17 mins) / Low Flying Training - Part One** (1971, 22 mins) / Low Flying Training - Part Two** (1971, 27 mins) / Seven Days To White Tent (1972, 52 mins) / Exercise Senator II** (1972, 21 mins) / RAF Scramble - Quick Reaction Alert (1972, 2 mins) / Nothing To Do With Me** (1972, 21 mins) / The Royal Air Force Afloat** (1972, 28 mins) / Exercise Black Spear** (1972, 28 mins) / The Engineer In The RAF** (1972, 22 mins) / Flight 618 (1973, 18 mins) / Personal Service - The RAF Secretarial Officer** (1973, 15 mins) / An Introduction To The Nimrod** (1973, 17 mins) ** Previously Unreleased Material - over ¾ the overall running time!! Running Time: 376 minutes Region: All Regions Release Date: 29 Oct. 2012
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