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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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Ultimate Energy: The Story of Fusion
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Produced by the Department of Energy, this film explains the complexities faced by scientific researchers in the pursuit of a sustainable fusion power system. The film outlines the theory of fusion and current experiments being pursued to achieve fusion power. It also shows visits to five major fusion research laboratories including interviews with top researchers. This film was produced in the mid-1990s.

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Video Teletraining: Implementation Strategies
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Video Teletraining was produced by the Federal Aviation Administration to educate on the various aspects of teletraining. These include choosing the most effective teletraining method for your outcome, the advantages and disadvantages of each of the many methods in terms of cost, interaction capabilities and quality of presentation. This DVD was produced in 1994 so it doesn't address the teletraining opportunities available via modern internet teletraining tools but the issues that are discussed are just as relevant to these newer technologies as they are to the older, but still well known and used technologies.

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We Heard the Bells: The Influenza of 1918 on DVD
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We Heard the Bells, narrated by award-winning actress S. Epatha Merkerson (Law & Order), explores the personal and family experiences of a diverse group of Americans during the influenza pandemic of 1918. History unfolds as survivors of the pandemic tell their stories. Their memories frame the key questions that still drive the search for answers to help us weather the current H1N1 pandemic and future flu pandemics. The pandemic of 1918-1919 occurred in three waves. The first wave occurred when mild influenza erupted in the late spring and summer of 1918. The second wave occurred with an outbreak of severe influenza in the fall of 1918, and the final wave occurred in the spring of 1919.

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Welcome to RAF Lakenheath, U.K.
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Welcome to RAF Lakenheath, U.K. was produced by the United States Air Force; Detachment 1, AETC Training Support Squadron Lackland AFB, Texas. This film was created to give a comprehensive tour of Lakenheath for American servicemen who would be stationed there. It gives an in depth look at the huge array of facilities available at Lakenheath including shopping and entertainment facilities.

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Without Motorcycle Helmets: We All Pay the Price
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Without Motorcycle Helmets: We All Pay the Price (1998) was produced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The film examines why it is vital to wear a helmet when riding a motorcycle. It goes into detail on injuries and how much more severe they are when the motorcycle rider is not wearing a helmet. It also looks at the real dollar costs these more severe injuries cost the public due to the extended hospitalization and therapy required from recovering from these more serious accidents.

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Women Are Pathologists
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Women Are Pathologists was produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The DVD centers around the story of a teenage girl who learns about pathology when her sister is diagnosed with cervical cancer. The film highlights three pathologists who demonstrate the three subspecialties of forensic, surgical and academic pathology.

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Women Are Researchers
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Women Are Researchers was produced by the National Institutes of Health Office of Science and Education. This DVD explores the careers of three women who overcame many obstacles to become successful biomedical researchers. They act as inspirational role models for young women interested in preparing for a career in scientific research by sharing their stories and advice on how to prepare for a career in the sciences.

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Women Are Scientists With Disabilities
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Women Are Scientists With Disabilities was produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This film portrays three women scientists, each with a disability, who followed their dreams, overcame physical challenges and became successes in their chosen scientific specialties. These women overcame all their difficulties to become a clinical psychologist, a neurosurgeon and a geneticist/psychiatrist. Their insprational stories show that anyone can achieve their dreams.

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Women Are Surgeons
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Women Are Surgeons was produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This program examines three successful women surgeons and discusses how the balance a very demanding career with family life. It shows them working in the operating rooms on real-life trauma, orthopedic and cardiac surgeries. It also educates young women thinking of a career in surgery by a series of questions asked of the doctors about challenges in this career choice.

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Worker to Worker: A Story of OSHA
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Worker to Worker was produced by the Department of Labor - Occupational Health and Safety Administration in 1980to highlight the many health and safety problems that workers routinely encounter on the job. Workers talk about their experience with OSHA and NIOSH and how they don't want their plants to be shut down but do want to have a safe work environment. It is a good portrayal of how government can work with workers and company owners to find that stable middle ground that works for all parties.

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You Are My Sunshine
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You Are My Sunshine (2002) was produced by the Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. This video tells the story of the Sunshine Mine disaster of 1972 via the stories of 27 people who lived through the disaster. The video examines what happened, what went wrong and discusses lessons learned. The Sunshine fire was the driving force behind the creation of the Metal/Nonmetal Health and Safety Act of 1977. Ninety one miners were lost in this tragic accident.

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