Survival of the fittest / a product of the First Motion Picture Unit, Army Air Forces.
- Main contributor
Shows the function of the physical training program of the Army Air Forces during World War II. Starts by celebrating the exploits of Army Air Force war heroes. The main story is a fictional story about two American fighter pilots who are forced to parachute from disabled planes. The uninjured man brings his wounded comrade through water and knee-deep marshlands to safety. The excellent physical condition of both men is presented as largely responsible for their survival. Includes footage of Army Air Force soldiers engaging in physical exercise.
Grashin, Mauri; United States. Army Air Forces. Motion Picture Unit, 1st; United States. War Department.; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
Propaganda films.; Educational films.; Nonfiction films.; Short films.
United States. Army Air Forces; Physical training; Physical fitness; Soldiers; Training of
- Physical Description
1 film reel (17 min.) : sound, black and white ; 16 mm.
"Restricted"--Series title frame.
Credits taken from an article in The Miami news, Dec. 26, 1943.
DVD copy available.
Director/writer, Maurice M. Grashin ; camera, Schuyler Sanford, Edward Schafer.
Statement of Responsibility
a product of the First Motion Picture Unit, Army Air Forces.
- Other Identifiers
: ocn905651897; OCLC: ocn905651897; OCLC: 905651897
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