Army Air Force Band

Patriotic Music To Inspire & Uplift - American Ceremonial Military Anthems, Marches, Fanfares, Songs & Hymns - U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Bands - Includes "The Star-Spangled Banner" - 2 CD

Patriotic Music To Inspire & Uplift - American Ceremonial Military Anthems, Marches, Fanfares, Songs & Hymns - U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Bands - Includes "The Star-Spangled Banner" - 2 CDASIN: B07T4RYNQ1 /
  • ASIN: B07T4RYNQ1
  • UPC: 191092835790
  • Army Air Force Band

    Army Air Force BandASIN: B00138F9N6 /
  • ASIN: B00138F9N6
  • With My Head In The Clouds: I Sustain the Wings Broadcasts, October 1943

    With My Head In The Clouds: I Sustain the Wings Broadcasts, October 1943ASIN: B000083EJ3 /
  • ASIN: B000083EJ3
  • UPC: 501931720109
  • Best of the Army Air Force Band

    Best of the Army Air Force BandASIN: B00005NP08 /
  • ASIN: B00005NP08
  • UPC: 090266385720
  • Part No: AManPro-0039250

    Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band

    Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force BandASIN: B000001VT2 /
  • ASIN: B000001VT2
  • UPC: 018111571227
  • Part No: MFR018111571227#VG

    Maj. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band Volume III

    Maj. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band Volume IIIASIN: B00IYRP1B4 /
  • ASIN: B00IYRP1B4
  • Top Tunes Of 1944

    Top Tunes Of 1944ASIN: B00JKJ0X4U /
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  • ASIN: B00JKJ0X4U
  • Part No: 1

    Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band - February 12, 1944

    Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band - February 12, 1944ASIN: B00YZ7WDHC /
  • ASIN: B00YZ7WDHC
  • UPC: 889290204790
  • Part No: 43231-123149

    Medley Time (2CD) by Glenn Miller / Army Airforces Band (2010-05-18)

    Medley Time (2CD) by Glenn Miller / Army Airforces Band (2010-05-18)ASIN: B01K8OC7XK /
  • ASIN: B01K8OC7XK
  • UPC: 760644463790
  • Part No: 4463790

    An Independence Day Celebration

    An Independence Day CelebrationASIN: B000QQTBAS /
  • ASIN: B000QQTBAS
  • Major Glenn Miller & Army Air Force Band

    Major Glenn Miller & Army Air Force BandASIN: B000002W9F /
  • ASIN: B000002W9F
  • UPC: 078635636024
  • 75th Anniversary Tribute

    75th Anniversary TributeASIN: B079P978C6 /
  • Brand: Sounds Of Yesteryear
  • ASIN: B079P978C6
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    Glenn Miller & Army Air Force - Flying Home [CD]

    Glenn Miller & Army Air Force - Flying Home [CD]Category: Army Air Force BandGlenn & Army Air Force Miller - Flying Home (CD NEW)Label: Jazz BandFormat: CDRelease Date: 30 Jan 2001No. of Discs: 1EAN: 5020957216120Album Tracks1. Army Air Corps Fanfare/I Sustain the Wings Theme and Introduction2. I Hear You Screamin'3. Long Ago (And Far Away) - Johnny Desmond, Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band, Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band4. Playlet: Aaf Troop Carrier Command [With Incidental Music]5. Medley: Schubert's Serenade/Irresistible You/Little Brow ...6. Peggy, The Pin Up Girl7. Technical Training Command Announcement - Glenn Miller & The Army Air Forces Training Command Band, Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band8. I Sustain the Wings [Closing Theme]9. Army Air Corps Fanfare/I Sustain the Wings Theme and Introduction [Open10. Flying Home11. Easter Parade12. Playlet-Instructors of the Aaf13. Medley: Killarney/I've Got a Heart Filled With Love (For You Dear)14. Join the W.A.C.15. Pinciana (Song of the Tree)16. I Sustain the Wings [Closing Theme]

    A SALUTE TO THE HEROES: FEATURING THE BANDS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, NAVY AND AIRFORCE

    A SALUTE TO THE HEROES: FEATURING THE BANDS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, NAVY AND AIRFORCECategory: Army Air Force BandA SALUTE TO THE HEROES: FEATURING THE BANDS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, NAVY AND AIRFORCE

    Sings With Glenn Miller

    Sings With Glenn Miller's Orchestra and The Army Air Forces BandCategory: Army Air Force BandDetails Coming Soon

    LAMINATED POSTER U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brad Leja, member of U.S. Air Forces Central Band Total Force, plays the trom Poster Print 24 x 36

    LAMINATED POSTER U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brad Leja, member of U.S. Air Forces Central Band Total Force, plays the trom Poster Print 24 x 36Category: Army Air Force BandLarge Poster Print, Size: 24 x 36 Inches.We stand behind our products and services to deliver to your doorsteps within the promised delivery window. We appreciate your business for any questions or concerns please contact via email.

    The Best Of The Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band (Remaster)

    The Best Of The Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band (Remaster)Category: Army Air Force BandThe Best Of The Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band (Remaster)

    LAMINATED POSTER U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brad Leja, member of U.S. Air Forces Central Band Total Force, plays the trom Poster Print 24 x 36

    LAMINATED POSTER U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brad Leja, member of U.S. Air Forces Central Band Total Force, plays the trom Poster Print 24 x 36Category: Army Air Force BandLarge Poster Print, Size: 24 x 36 Inches.We stand behind our products and services to deliver to your doorsteps within the promised delivery window. We appreciate your business for any questions or concerns please contact via email.

    German Air Force Operations in Support of the Army - eBook

    German Air Force Operations in Support of the Army - eBookCategory: Army Air Force BandGerman Air Force Operations in Support of the Army, written by General der Flieger a. D. Paul Deichmann and first published in 1968, is one of a series of historical studies written by, or based on information supplied by, former key officers of the German Air Force for the United States Air Force Historical Division.The overall purpose of the series is threefold: 1) To provide the United States Air Force with a comprehensive and, insofar as possible, authoritative history of a major air force which suffered defeat in World War II; 2) to provide a history of that air force as prepared by many of its principal and responsible leaders; 3) to provide a firsthand account of that air force’s unique combat in a major war with the forces of the Soviet Union.This series of studies therefore covers in large part virtually all phases of the Luftwaffe’s operations and organization, from its camouflaged origin in the Reichswehr, during the period of secret German rearmament following World War I, through its participation in the Spanish Civil War and its massive operations and final defeat in World War II.

    Army Air Forces (AAF) Medical Services in World War II - Aeromedical Evacuation, Operations and Challenges in North Africa, Mediterranean, Attack from Great Britain, Offensive Against Japan - eBook

    Army Air Forces (AAF) Medical Services in World War II - Aeromedical Evacuation, Operations and Challenges in North Africa, Mediterranean, Attack from Great Britain, Offensive Against Japan - eBookCategory: Army Air Force BandProfessionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this history summarizes the Army Air Forces (AAF) medical achievements that led to the creation of the Air Force Medical Service in July 1949. When the United States entered World War II, our nations small aviation force belonged to the U.S. Army and relied on the Army medical system for support. The rapid expansion of the AAF and the medical challenges of improved aircraft performance soon placed great strain on the ground-oriented Army medical system. By the end of the war, the AAF had successfully acquired its own medical system oriented to the special needs of air warfare. This accomplishment reflected the determined leadership of AAF medical leaders and the dedication of thousands of medical practitioners who volunteered for aviation medical responsibilities that were often undefined or unfamiliar to them. In the face of new challenges, many American medics responded with hard work and intelligence that contributed greatly to Allied air superiority.Introduction * AAF Medical Independence * The Medical War at Home * Recruitment and Training of Medical Personnel * Aeromedical Evacuation * Aeromedical Operations in North Africa and the Mediterranean * Aeromedical Challenges in Mounting an Attack from Great Britain * Aeromedical Challenges in the Offensive Against Japan * Autonomy for the Air Force Medical Service * Suggested ReadingThe Army Air Forces (AAF) relied on many types of medical support in World War II. One of the greatest medical contributions was research and development of personal survival gear and equipment for fighter and bomber crews. AAF doctors, for example, helped design the first flying suits that countered the physiological effects of the excess gravity forces (g-forces) in high-speed maneuvers. Aided by the U.S. Navy and organizations in Allied countries, the AAF Aeromedical Laboratory at Wright Field, Ohio, developed the first clothing designed successfully to counteract the negative effects of g-forces. Early in 1944, U.S. crewmen began to use the G-suits in Europe. G-suits were tactically valuable because they helped fighter pilots maintain consciousness under high gravitational forces. One P-51 pilot, who was credited with shooting down five enemy planes on one sortie, wrote: I found myself all alone in the middle of a bunch of Jerrys. Having no one to keep Jerry off my tail I had to keep full throttle and keep my air speed sufficient so that I could break away from anyone coming up on my tail. This maneuver would normally black me out but my G-suit kept me fully conscious of what was going on. I followed Jerry down to the deck, picking up an air speed of 600 mph. The Jerry went straight in without pulling out, and I would have, too, if I had not been wearing my G-suit.

    My War : The True Experiences of A U.S. Army Air Force Pilot in World War II

    My War : The True Experiences of A U.S. Army Air Force Pilot in World War IICategory: Army Air Force BandFollow along as the author relates his experiences from the time he enlists in the Army Air Force in 1942, thru training as an Aviation Cadet and finally as the pilot-in-command of a B-17 Flying Fortress as the 8th Air Force mounts its attack against Hitler's Germany. Enjoy moments of humor, live incidents of aviation suspense and feel the sorrow of tragic times.

    The U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II: Weapon of Denial - Air Power and the Battle for New Guinea, Japanese Onslaught, Coral Sea through Milne Bay, Air Power and the Supply War - eBook

    The U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II: Weapon of Denial - Air Power and the Battle for New Guinea, Japanese Onslaught, Coral Sea through Milne Bay, Air Power and the Supply War - eBookCategory: Army Air Force BandGen. Douglas MacArthur, commander of Pacific forces in World War II, viewed the Battle of the Bismarck Sea as a disaster for the Japanese and a triumph for the Allies. In that great air-sea confrontation, U.S. and Australian air forces proved that air power could be decisive in preventing the resupply of ground troops by sea. Months of torturous warfare in the jungles of New Guinea had left Japanese troops vulnerable to disease and starvation. In the end, Allied airmen were able to break Japan's grip on New Guinea and end its threat to Australia through the innovative and aggressive use of air power. MacArthur's strength lay in a dedicated and courageous band of airmen who could attack enemy ships from all directions at any time.The infamous attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan marked the beginning of a protracted and grueling war in the Pacific. Having dealt a stunning blow to the U.S. Pacific Fleet on December 7, 1941, Japan moved quickly to seize the oil-rich Netherlands East Indies and establish a large defensive perimeter of islands between itself and Hawaii. Seemingly unstoppable at first, it had by late December gained a foothold in the Philippines. During the first three months of 1943, Japanese naval and ground units increased their attacks, consolidated their gains, and moved deeper into the southwest Pacific.New Guinea was their next target. From there, Imperial Forces planned to expand throughout the area, perhaps into Australia itself. By April 1, 1942, they had landed virtually unopposed at various sites from the northwest to Hollandia and down into the southeast. Their arrival spelled the beginning of the long and difficult New Guinea campaign, which lasted until July 1944. Eventually, they were repulsed in their advance toward Port Moresby on the southwest coast of the Papuan peninsula by Allied ground forces and pushed back to the island's east coast. The turning point came in March 1943, when U.S. and Australian airmen won a decisive victory in the Battle of the Bismarck Sea, shattering the enemy's ability to resupply its beleaguered New Guinea garrisons and setting the stage for the ultimate Allied victory that followed.

    The U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II: Leaping the Atlantic Wall - Army Air Forces Campaigns in Western Europe, 1942-1945, Bombing Behind Enemy Lines, Combined Bomber Offensive - eBook

    The U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II: Leaping the Atlantic Wall - Army Air Forces Campaigns in Western Europe, 1942-1945, Bombing Behind Enemy Lines, Combined Bomber Offensive - eBookCategory: Army Air Force BandProfessionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this Air Force publication covers Army Air Forces campaigns in western Europe during World War II.At the outbreak of the Second World War, the United States Army Air Forces (AAF) already possessed a broad strategic plan, designated AWPD-1, for an aerial offensive against Germany. Prepared by the Air War Plans Division in July 1941 at the request of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the plans first priority was to attain air superiority by destroying the German aircraft industry and operational fighters. The second priority was to destroy the German electrical power grid, transportation network, and oil industry. When these objectives were accomplished, the AAF would provide direct tactical support for the ground invasion of Europe.The story of the AAF in Europe is largely one of the struggle to successfully apply the broad precepts of AWPD-1 to operational realities. The Americans first constructed a logistical infrastructure in England to sustain the strategic bombardment of occupied Europe and Germany. The AAF and the Royal Air Force (RAF) then launched a combined bomber offensive, striking the enemy day and night. By the spring of 1944, the AAF had accumulated enough heavy bombers and long-range escorts to achieve air superiority. With the invasion of Normandy imminent, the air arm turned its attention to the tactical support of ground forces breaching the Atlantic wall. With Fortress Europes westernmost barrier penetrated, the AAF continued to bombard Germanys few remaining strategic targets and to support Allied ground troops until the surrender of Nazi Germany in April 1945.The AAF began to implement AWPD-1 as soon as the United States entered the war in December 1941. Almost immediately, Allied military leaders started to amass forces in the United Kingdom, with an eventual goal of invading Nazi-occupied Europe. As part of the buildup known as Bolero, the War Department ordered the Eighth Air Force to the United Kingdom. Comprising the VIII Bomber Command, the VIII Fighter Command, the VIII Air Support Command, and the VIII Service Command, the Eighth Air Force was dedicated from its establishment to the strategic bombardment of Germany.

    REFLECTIONS AND REMEMBRANCES — Veterans Of The United States Army Air Forces Reminisce About World War II - eBook

    REFLECTIONS AND REMEMBRANCES — Veterans Of The United States Army Air Forces Reminisce About World War II - eBookCategory: Army Air Force BandVeteran airmen from both the European and Pacific theaters recount their recollections of the Second World War in the Air. From attacks on Japanese cities to intercepting the Luftwaffe the airmen recall the deeds of the “Greatest Generation”.

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    United States Air Force Total Force Band - Disneyland Flag Retreat Ceremony - January 2017

    Army Air Force Band

    From Washington, D.C. The United States Air Force Honor Guard and United States Air Force Total Force Band performing their musical selections at the Disneyland Flag Retreat Ceremony on Sunday, January 1, 2017.

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    USAF Band WWII Holiday Flashback

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    A special holiday musical presentation from Union Station in Washington, DC celebrating the service and sacrifices of our nation's World War II veterans and commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of the war. Featuring The USAF Band, Washington DC, an extraordinary dance troup from NYC (choreographed by Jessica Hartman), and a cameo appearance by Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James. http://www.usafband.af.mil http://www.facebook.com/USAFBand http://www.facebook.com/Airmenof...

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