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1942 Winning Your Wings DVD WWII James Stewart New

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Asking Price $ 11.00 USD per item
Quantity 15 items (new condition)
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1942 Winning Your Wings DVD WWII James Stewart John Huston

Army Air Corps recruitment short in which James Stewart, after a year in the service, addresses the public to sell them on joining.Winning Your Wings was a short movie produced by the US Army Air Force First Motion Picture Unit, starring Jimmy Stewart. It was aimed at young men who were thinking about joining the Air Force.The film opens with a plane landing on a tarmac and a pilot in full flight gear getting out and walking toward the camera. Once he comes near enough the audience realizes that the pilot is Stewart and he begins his narration: "I want to talk to you all today about one of my favorite subjects, the U.S. Air Force. First, are there any questions?" Then begins a series of vignettes in which young men in different social positions ask about being in the air force, such as a college student, a high school student, and a 26 year old worker with a family. Stewart assures each that they can join the air force and still be able to keep their various educational, occupational and family commitments.Then the film takes the audience through the average mustering in process, about the medical exams, the cadet training and learning

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