Echo Bridge Entertainment

America at War

Documentary, War
America at War
0-96009-90839-3
Synopsis
ARMY IN ACTION
As the oldest and largest branch of the United States' armed forces, the Army still holds an intriguing history that must be told. In peacetime and during conflict and war, the Army's men and women serve for something greater than themselves. Three features—produced by the Army itself—offer a look into decades of global operations and strategy.

FEATURING 3 EPISODES
The Winds of Change
The Three Faces of Evil
Flames on the Horizon

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY
From a small fleet of ships to a dominating presence today, the U.S. Navy has protected our shores—and those of other nations—for hundreds of years. These five features document a part of the Navy's history as it happened.

FEATURING 5 EPISODES
The Civil War, Part 1 & 2
End of the Civil War to WWII
World War II at Sea
The Cold War Navy

AIR FORCE STORIES
The United States Air Force has been known by several names, from being called the Aviation Section of the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1912, through four name changes, and finally to the United States Air Force in 1947. No matter what it's been called, it has been a boon for military strategy and power since it was first used in warfare.

FEATURING 4 EPISODES
The Beginning 1898 -1930
After the War 1918 - 1923
Struggle for Recognition 1923 - 1930
The Air War Starts 1939 - Dec. 7, 1941

UNCOMMON VALOR: MARINES IN COMBAT
For over 200 years, the U.S. Marine Corps has trained America's men and women to fill the ranks of the world's most elite fighting force, and although technology and training techniques have changed, the spirit of the Marine Corps remains the same: Honor. Courage. Commitment.

FEATURING 4 EPISODES
Pelileu
Iwo Jima
Okinawa
After the A-Bomb

Not Rated - Adult Situations, Violence / Available in Canada