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Army Wives: Season Six, Part Two

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The Army Wives return for the captivating second half of the esteemed series' sixth season. Experience all the surprises, battles and shared triumphs of television's tight-knit military family - leading to the season finale.
DVD
2012
Clemons (Stacks)
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Army Wives: Season Six, Part One

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Relive each emotional moment from the lives of the military families at Fort Marshall, SC in the riveting sixth season of Army Wives. The women's friendships continue to grow stronger as they band together through the most difficult times.
DVD
2012
Clemons (Stacks)
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Army Wives: The Complete Second Season

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Follows the deepening conflicts and complications of the wives as the army fights its battles abroad and the wives fight the battle at home. Claudia Joy's series of devastating personal tragedies may color her perception of military life. Roxy faces a whole new set of life's challenges. Husbands and wives are torn apart and families struggle to stay together. Discover a sisterhood of loyalty and strength.
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Baghdad ER

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(Producer) Bagdad ER is an unflinching look at the Iraq War and the humanity, heroism and sacrifice of the U.S. Military and medical personnel of the 86th Combat Support Hospital in Iraq. Award-winning producer/director Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill capture the day-to-day lives of doctors, nurses, medics, chaplains and soldiers in the Army's premier medical facility in Iraq. At times graphic in its depiction of combat-related wounds, Bagdad ER offers the truth about the realities of war.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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United News: Release 35 (1943) West Point Sends 409 New Officers Into U.S. Army [electronic resource]

This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. Cadets receive diplomas and pass in review. 2. Mrs. Roosevelt christens the aircraft carrier Yorktown. 3. The physical training of artillerymen. 4. British planes bomb Tripoli and soldiers uncover and collect German land mines in Libya; General Montgomery. 5. Royal Canadian Air Force cadets graduate.
Online
1943
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United News: Release 42 (1943) U.S. Army Prepares for Invasion of Europe [electronic resource]

This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. U.S. troops storm a beach in practice. 2. Anthony Eden and Lord Halifax converse with Secretary of State Hull. 3. A steel life raft is tested. 4. Snowplows clear roads in Canada. 5. Soldiers unload mules. 6. Destroyer escorts and tankers are launched. 7. Coast Guardsmen patrol beaches. 8. Lend-lease tanks are used in Australia. 9. A volcano buries a town in Mexico.
Online
1943
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United News: Release 47 (1943) Roosevelt Inspects U.S. Army Camps [electronic resource]

This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. President Roosevelt at camps and air fields. 2. Aircraft carriers are used to transport army planes. 3. Allied troops bomb and capture territory in Tunisia. U.S. and German tanks battle; German planes attack U.S. positions.
Online
1943
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United News: Release 54 (1943) 514 West Point Cadets Graduate Into U.S. Army [electronic resource]

This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. General Arnold presents wings to future Army Air Force officers. 2. Gunder Hagg, Swedish track star, begins training in the U.S. 3. The British Navy captures German troops attempting to escape off the African coast; Generals Eisenhower and Giraud review a French/American military parade. 4. Planes bomb German bases in France; liberator planes strike Japanese bases in the Solomons.
Online
1943
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United News: Release 63 (1943) First U.S. Army Women Arrive in England [electronic resource]

This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. Colonel Hobby reviews a Women's Army Corps parade; WAC tours the European countryside. 2. Commercial movies are converted to 16mm for showing at army posts; Ann Miller, Greer Garson, Linda Darnell, John Garfield, Judy Garland, Betty Grable, Heddy Lamar. 3. Trout are sorted and graded at a Canadian fish hatchery. 4. Filipino troops in the U.S. Army are issued bolo knives. 5. Naval air cadets practice landings on a modified freighter on one of the Great Lakes. 7. General Patton enters Palermo, Sicily.
Online
1943
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Fire on the Mountain

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The goal was clear: defeat the Nazis who were entrenched high in the snowy mountains of Italy. Drawing together an elite group of champion skiers, mountain climbers, and European mountaineers, the U.S. Army created the 10th Mountain Division, America's only mountain and winter warfare fighting unit. From the intensive training atop the Colorado Rockies to the spectacular night climb of Italy's Riva Ridge, where the 10th scored their biggest victory against Hitler's troops, Fire on the Mountain tells the thrilling story of these rugged, courageous men in all their glory.
Online
2011; 1995
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U.S. Army Troops [electronic resource]

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A bugler blows a summons and U.S. troops assemble.
Online
1920
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: You and Yours

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series is a salute to the American Red Cross, an organization that began with a few simple doughnut wagons and field kitchens and has become the principle organization through which 40 million citizens give something of themselves for the sake of others. This video from the National Archives and Records Administration presents the colorful, dramatic history of the Red Cross and follows American soldiers to remote corners of the world as they fulfill roles for this organization. This film also features a special message from General Alfred M. Gruenther, President of the American National Red Cross, who sums up the program as it affects every American.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Missiles on Target

Most television viewers have seen the drama of the launching pad when a long-range missile is fired into the air. This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series goes beyond the launch to show how missiles streak through the air to strike unerringly even a small target a long distance away. The film, from the National Archives and Records Administration, starts a few miles from New Mexico's White Sands Proving Ground where an elaborate, all-out testing and development effort is being pushed. These efforts include launching long-range missiles vast distances and using them to cause maximum destruction by squarely hitting their targets.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: The Soldier Patient

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series shows the physical "medicine" needed for the men being cared for at the Walter Reed Medical Center. From the National Archives and Records Administration, this video shows the many "outside" activities of United States Army medical patients.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: New German Army

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television show spotlights the political, economic, and social background that brought about the creation of a military force for the free Bonn Republic of West Germany. The creation of this German Army was an important plank in the founding platform of the NATO nations as the addition of this force unified the stand of these nations against aggression. This video shows the American Army officers training the visiting leaders of "The New German Army," who then returned to Germany to teach these skills to their soldiers. The new army, which had no relation to the earlier "Wehrmacht," was established to serve as a home guard to protect free Germans from border violations from the East. Using vintage film from World War II with an appearan [...]
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Alaska -- the Outpost State

Alaska is the subject of this episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television show. Promptly dubbed "Seward's Folly" or "Seward's Icebox" after it was acquired by Secretary of State Seward for seven million dollars from Russia almost a century ago, this rugged land proved to be a valuable star in our nation's flag. The state, known as America's "Outpost State," currently boasts modern cities, progressive schools, rich mineral and game resources, and booming industries that have returned our original purchasing price many times over. Alaska also holds strategic value in military affairs, which have become vitally important to national defense in recent years. This video from the National Archives and Records Administration highlights the state's early years of the Klondike Gold [...]
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Germany Today

In this classic episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, the program checks in with the status of citizens in West Germany. This documentary from the National Archives and Records Administration shows how West Germany remains democratic after the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces defeated the German war machine. The video points out that no other force in military history has done so much to put a conquered nation back on its feet as the United States Army.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Arms for Tomorrow

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series is a look at America's firepower today, which meets the demands of our modern Army to defend our country swiftly and powerfully. Viewers of this National Archives and Records Administration video will see how this unique firepower is developed by the United States Army Ordnance Corps through its dynamic arsenal system. This arsenal system, known as the Ordnance-Science Industry team, works in conjunction with private engineering and research institutions, both education and industrial, to perform jobs that make it possible for lethal weapons to be designed, procured, supplied, and maintained the for the Army's combat units
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: U.S. Army Advisor in Vietnam

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series explores what happens when an American soldier is assigned as a military advisor in Vietnam to support the South Vietnamese forces. This video from the National Archives and Records Administration follows a United States Army officer through his entire tour of duty on this vital and dangerous mission in defense of the free world against the spread of communism in South Asia.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Your Army Reports, No. 1

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series reports on U.S. Army activities involving helicopters in action, shotgun riders, the First Air Cavalry and 101st Airborne in Vietnam, army engineers building a road in Thailand, the 834th Engineer Battalion in Vietnam, and an introduction to the army drill sergeant's responsibilities and training. This video from the National Archives and Records Administration brings you to the frontlines of army activities and innovation.
Online
2008