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Big Picture, Episode 228, Ranger Ready
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This episode the The Big Picture, produced by the Army Pictorial Service, is about the men of the United States Army Rangers.
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Big Picture, Episode 469, Ranger - Mark of a Man
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The story of the American Ranger, filmed in the swamps of Florida and in the mountains of North Georgia. This episode shows how the Infantry, Queen of Battle, is developing a new breed of fighting man -- the U.S. Army Ranger. This fighting man is a superb combat soldier with exceptional endurance, skilled in the t...
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Big Picture, Episode 205, All American
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This Episode of The Big Picture, produced by the US Army Pictorial Service, is about airborne troops in Korea.
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Big Picture, Episode 578, The Third Challenges: Unconventional Warfare
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The world has long been familiar with two military challenges posed by the forces of world communism - the challenge of nuclear war and the challenge of large-scale conventional war. The United States and the free world meet these challenges by maintaining the ability to fight both kinds of war-an ability so power...
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Big Picture, Episode 630, Wherever Brave Men Fight
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Since pre-Revolutionary times, the U.S. Army Infantryman has evolved into a man of many faces ... ranger, airborne paratrooper, and Special Forces soldier--infantrymen all! This unusual episode, narrated by Vic Morrow, dramatically chronicles the development of combat techniques from the soldier of two centuries a...
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Big Picture, Episode 203, Follow Me
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This Episode of The Big Picture, produced by the US Army Pictorial Service, is about the Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia
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Big Picture, Episode 260, This is Third Army
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This is another first-hand report on one of our continental armies as seen through the lens of THE BIG PICTURE camera. Television audiences will see and hear soldiers of America's ground forces at work in Third Army which covers an area in the Southeastern portion of the United States. Viewers will visit with Para...
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Big Picture, Episode 473, Project Man
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A showcase of new Army hardware in review, "Project MAN" has a double significance. M-A-N stands for Modern Army Needs. That the initials should spell out the fundamental determining factor of the quality of an army, whatever its equipment, is both intentional and highly appropriate. In addition to the display and...
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Big Picture, Episode 653, A Soldier's Warranty
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Vic Morrow host-narrates this documentary on the ultimate weapon in the U.S. Army's arsenal -- the soldier. As technology increased the soldier's potential, the importance of effective ordnance increased. Scenes examine the testing and evaluation of weapons and equipment that ensured the U.S. soldier got nothing b...
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Big Picture, Episode 374, Provide for the Common Defense (JCOC)
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Examines the Department of Defense. Cameras follow a nine-day tour of representative American citizens of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps Bases in this half-hour episode of the Army's weekly television series. This tour -- more often referred to as the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference -- is designed to...
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