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Explore our collection of education and training films produced by various branches of the United States Government.
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Fantastic Yellowstone
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Fantastic Yellowstone (1997) was produced by the National Park Service. This film is an examination of the idea of the United States National Parks system. It follows its origins in the creation of the Yellowstone National Park and traces it through time to the nature and natural lands conservation ethic that represents today's national park system.

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Flying Floats: FAA Training Film
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Flying Floats (1973) was produced by the Federal Aviation Administration to demonstrate how to fly a plane with floats. The film covers all the details one needs to know to understand how to operate a float plane and includes fabulous scenery in an area where float planes are the only option to reach many remote locations.

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Framing - Floor Joists and Walls
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Framing - Floor Joists and Walls (1994) was produced by the Department of the Navy. The film walks the viewer through the steps needed for for constructing walls, floors, doors,and windows of a two-story building.

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Franklin, Virginia - Revisited: The Aftermath of Hurricane Floyd
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Franklin, Virginia - Revisited was aired in 2005 by the United States Fire Academy. The program examines the town of Franklin, Virginia in the aftermath of the 1999 downtown flooding caused by Hurricane Floyd. It looks at how the town deal with the disaster and recovered both economically and personally from the devastation caused by the hurricane. And then it examines a variety of disaster mitigation plans and how it is important to have these in place before a disaster strikes to make the recovery go as smoothly and quickly as possible.

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Free Fall Safety Procedures DVD
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Produced by the Department of Defense in 1966, Free Fall Safety Procedures is a discussion of parachute safety. This film covers the proper techniques involved in packing and wearing parachute equipment, proper techniques for landing on both land and water, how to jump with a static line and how to execute free fall jumps.



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Guns are Different: Firearms Safety on DVD
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Produced by the Department of Defense, Guns Are Different: Firearms Safety takes a very proactive approach to explaining how guns are different than more primitive weapons.

The film highlights a series of of situations that can lead to gun firearm accidents. It highlihgts how dropping a pistol can result in danger, how lack of care during firearm training can result in deadly accidents, how hunters can hurt a fellow hunter by getting too focused on the hunt and how a gun in the house can lead to a dangerous situation when it can be easily found by children.



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Heat Treatment of Steel: Elements of Tempering, Normalizing, Annealing
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Heat Treatment of Steel: Elements of Tempering, Normalizing, and Annealing was produced by the Department of Education. The film explores the fascinating process of how steel is tempered, normalized and annealed. It goes into great detail about how this process changes the structure, toughness and hardness of plain steel as it goes through each of its transformative stages.

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Helicopter Mast Bumping - Causes and Prevention
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Mast Bumping - Causes and Prevention (1982) is a United States Army production teachnig helicopter pilots about mast bumping and how to deal with the situation. It helps Army pilots identify the warning signs of mast bumping and the steps to take to correct them before a bump occurs. This is a critical skill to master when learning how to fly a helicopter safely. This DVD has a runtime of approximately 30 minutes.

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HO IKE I KE KAI (To Understand the Sea) on DVD
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Produced by the Department of Defense, this program points out the love and respect with which native Hawaiians regard the sea surrounding their island of Oahu, and the reasons why visitors to Oahu's 57 major beaches should exercise caution when enjoying water sports in Hawaii.

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How Airplanes Fly: FAA Training Film
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How Airplanes Fly was produced in 1968 by the Federal Aviation Adminiatration. It is an excellent introduction to how airplane flight works. It is an easy to understand film that makes rich use of animation and live sequences to explain the principles of airplane flight. It covers all the basic concepts including how lift, the weight of the plane, its thrust, drag and other factors all have their impact on how any particular plane flies.

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How Far Is That Fall? Personal Fall Safety Arrest Systems Explained
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How Far Is That Fall? was produced in 1998 by Occupational Health and Safety Administration. It educates construction teams on how to calculate fall distances to allow for setting up proper personal fall arrest systems to ensure worker safety.

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How To Fly The B-26 Airplane Training Film DVD
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How To Fly The B-26 Airplane Training Film is an in depth look at how to operate the Martin B-26 Bomber AKA the Marauder. This film, featuring Hollywood actor Don Porter as the pilot, demonstrates how to handle this remarkable aircraft and put it through its motions. The film is shown from the perspective of the pilot teaching the a Lieutenant the moves of operating this aircraft. It shows how they prepare the bomber for flight by going through a detailed checklist of pre-flight procedures and makes sure the plane is 100% ready to go before actually getting ready to fly. It then shows how the engines are started, a smooth takeoff and then an exploration of the limits and capabilities of the aircraft in the air. To make it even more exciting, it shows one engine failing and the steps needed to "glide" it back for a safe landing. This film is a rare and detailed look at one of our historic war planes.

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Hurricane Below
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Hurricane Below (1994) was produced by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Hurricane BelowShows the follows Hurricane Mimi from its birth off the Coast of Africa to its point of contact with the Central Atlantic States. It traces its growth and development through its entire life, showing scenes of the destructive power of this mighty hurricane.

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Hypothermia: What Is Is and How to Treat It
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Hypothermia was produced by the United States Coast Guard in conjunction with the University of Alaska. This DVD graphically demonstrates hypothermia and how easily it can occur on a fishing boat at sea in cold waters. The DVD shows a man falling off the fishing boat into the cold sea and the steps that are taken to identify if he has suffered hypothermia from exposure to the cold water and the steps that need to be taken to treat it. It also discussed prevention techniques.

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I'm A Parent Now: A Parent's Guide
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I'm A Parent Now was produced by the National Institutes of Health as an introduction to the responsibilities of becoming a parent. Through a series of interviews and specific scenarios, this DVD educates prospective parents about the responsibilities of raising a child - both the joyful moments and the challenges and traumas that come with this life changing event. It is an excellent introduction to the realities of starting a family.

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Industrial Ventilation: A Practical Overview
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Industrial Ventilation: A Practical Overview was produced in 1991 by Occupational Health and Safety Administration. This important industrial film discusses the principles of industrial ventilation systems to prevent the buildup of hazardous chemicals and gases in the air that the workers are exposed to. The film details what makes a good system and all the factors that must be considering when building a commercial ventilation system in a variety of environments.

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Introduction to Communicable Disease Nursing DVD
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Produced by the Department of Defense in 1975, this DVD takes a serious look at infectious/ communicable diseases. It explores how they are contracted, transmitted and how outbreaks are contained and destroyed. It also examines the role of hospital personnel to monitor signs of a potential communicable disease outbreak in the facility so that they can take steps to stop it before it becomes a major health hazard.

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Introduction to Firearms
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Introduction to Firearms (1994) was produced by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. It provides an overview of the basic procedures of safely and effectively using revolvers. It covers grip, trigger control, stance, proper alignment of sights, loading and loading and many other aspects of safely and confidently using a revolver. The film was created to train law enforcement recruits and is an excellent introduction to revolvers for anyone interested in firearms.

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Legacy for Wings: Waterfowl Management
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Legacy for Wings was produced by the United States Forest Service. This program examines how the Forest Service has set up a waterfowl management program in the Modac Wetlands to help bird environments in this protected area. It discusses the challenges and solutions that they have faced and overcome in building a program that works.

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Let There Be Light - Treatment Methods for WWII Battle Neurosis
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Produced by the United States Army, this film examines treatment methods for the 20% of all battle casualties in the American Army during World War II; which were of a neuropsychiatric nature. The special treatment methods shown in this film, such as hypnosis and narcosynthesis, have been proven to be particularly successful in acute cases, such as battle neurosis. Interestingly the successes achieved in battle neurosis is much greater than when dealing with peacetime neuroses which are usually of a chronic nature suggesting that these therapies are best employed for acute neurotic conditions.

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