Sixty Years of US Aviation 1907-1967 | Air Force USAF United States Air Force History Film. 60 Years of Aviation – USAAF (AAF) and USAF 1907 to 1967.

X-15 (1961)

X-15 (1961). This breathtaking, jet-fueled journey of high-altitude filmmaking blasted audiences from zero-G to 4,000 miles per hour with its thrilling tale of America’s victory in the space race. Starring David … Continue Reading →

Wings Over Honolulu (1937)

Wings Over Honolulu (1937). Bad luck plagues a Navy flyer gets involved in a romantic triangle in addition to the ordeal of court-martial proceedings while stationed in Hawaii.   

Wings of the Navy (1939)

Wings of the Navy (1939). Two brothers (George Brent, John Payne) train as Navy pilots, go to Honolulu and romance the same girl (Olivia de Havilland). With war clouds gathering in Europe, … Continue Reading →

Wild in the Sky (1972)

Wild in the Sky (1972). Action/comedy adventure that follows a group of anti-war, anti-establishment guerrillas, who come up with a scheme to destroy Fort Knox by stealing a B52 with  an atom … Continue Reading →

West Point of the Air (1935)

West Point of the Air (1935). Sgt. “Big Mike” Stone (Wallace Beery), a decorated veteran now serving as an instructor at an Army Air Corps flying school, presides over the budding … Continue Reading →

Toward the Unknown (1956)

Toward the Unknown (1956). A POW in Korea, Major Bond returns to active service as a test pilot at Edwards Air Force Base. Determined to clear his name, Bond battles his commander, prejudiced … Continue Reading →

Thundering Jets (1958)

Thundering Jets (1958). Captain Steve Morley (Rex Reason) must evaluate how the men under his command react to pressure and stress at high altitudes in the latest jet fighters, with the … Continue Reading →

Test Pilot (1938)

Test Pilot (1938). Test pilot Jim Lane has endangered himself more than once because of his drinking. Despite efforts by his best friend, Gunner, Jim has not quit the bottle. After … Continue Reading →

Task Force (1949)

Task Force (1949). Adm. Scott has spent his entire naval career touting the value of aircraft carriers. When an encounter with a diplomat turns ugly, Scott is demoted to pushing papers … Continue Reading →