The Korean War: U.S. Firepower explores the Korean theater, the men that fought there and the equipment and weaponry that brought to bear on the enemy during the bloody years of the war. The three films that comprise this collection include:
- Korea - The Final Phase: Produced by the Department of Defense in 1960, this film shows how the U.S. Air Force leveraged their superior tactical and logistical air support during the Korean War to significantly help bring that war to an end. It includes fascinating footage of the endgame of the war.
- Fire Power: Artillery in Korea: This film explores the role artillery played in Korea. Some of the highlights include showing the huge superiority of American artillery weapons vs those of the Communist enemies - detailing how the U.S. could fire ten shells for every one shell the Communists could fire. The film also explores the newly created 280mm atomic cannon.
- The 3rd Infantry Division - This film explores the 3rd Infantry Division. It explores the missions and the training that makes this mechanized infantry division a top fighting force, earning the nickname the "Rock of The Marne." The film looks at their missions in both World Wars, the Korean war and its mission in Western Europe after their service in the Korean war.
The total run time of this DVD is 1 hours 10 minutes.