History Channel Presents - Red Flag film Product Information
History Channel Presents - Red Flag movie was released Dec 16, 2008 by the New Video Group, Inc. studio. Watch the legendary Air Force training exercises where pilots hone their skills over 12,000 square miles of Nevada desert.
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At Nevada's Nellis Air Force Base--one of the largest and most advanced military training facilities in existence--combat pilots learn to be the best by undergoing intense Red Flag exercises History Channel Presents - Red Flag movie. These practice runs, which train pilots how to perform in hostile environments, pit planes against one another in order to best simulate real-world confrontations History Channel Presents - Red Flag video. ...See Full Description
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History Channel Presents - Red Flag video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7787660|
|Studio||New Video Group, Inc.|
|Release Date||Dec 16, 2008|
|Running Time||50 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; Dolby Surround Sound|
History Channel Presents - Red Flag DVD Features
With over 12,000 square miles of airspace, Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas is one of the most sophisticated military training facilities in the world.
At Nellis, the legendary Red Flag training exercises take place, during which more than 100 USAF and NATO combat aircraft pilots hone their skills, engaging in hostile air and ground threats at supersonic speeds and gleaning invaluable experience in real-world combat situations. RED FLAG brings viewers into the heart of the action, soaring along inside planes during exercises and tracking teams as they engage each other over the desert. Meet the instructors who orchestrate scenarios, hear how the pilots endure them, and take a view from the cockpit of a hightech fighter jet.
Fast-paced and exhilarating, RED FLAG ventures high into the skies to reveal how U.S. Air Force pilots become the best of the best.
Source: New Video Group, Inc.
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital 2.0 - English
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