Part of BFI collection "They Stand Ready."
Jeom-yong Kim (Pyeong Wang) is a train conductor who wants to drive a military train. Won-jin (Eun-gi Dog) is his best friend and both live together. When a spy for the resistance approaches Won-jin for information on the Japanese military train in exchange for money, he puts the life of his best friend in danger.
The movie deals with a guy who gets to join the German Bundeswehr involuntarily because a colleague loses his denial papers in order to get the chance to get down on his girlfriend. When entering the Bundeswehr he acts like a giant idiot and of course gets in one room with some of the biggest losers around. The loser turns out to be a hero and leads his loser-colleagues to win a contest with the local US army squad.
Major Nick Reed is an intrepid analyst for Army Intelligence. It's his job to locate a secret enemy base whose fighters - the dreaded Ghost Squadron - attack our bombers. Complicating his efforts is a chance meeting with his former love, Lt. Monica Tasty, and her current beau, Major Mitch Dunning. Can Reed find the fighter base in time for the 4th Armoured to attack...
Who will finish the academy, and who will quit? What relationship will survive, and what will fade away? Young cadets have a lot in their lives - ambitions, careers, problems and happy endings.
The year is 1937, and it has been six months since the Sendai Infantry left for Manchuria. The rotted corpse of a young woman is found at the bottom of a well, but her face and limbs are gone. The military police begin an investigation and search fervently for the person responsible, but they can't even determine the victim's identity, much less find any clues. However, the incident is made public when newspapers give wide coverage to the story, so Staff Sergeant Kosaka is dispatched from Tokyo to solve the case. Eventually, General Tsunekichi is taken into custody by local infantrymen because of the testimony of another unit, but the spirit of the dead woman appears before Staff Sergeant Kosaka, who continues to investigate on his own...
World War II propaganda short which focuses on the dangers of inadvertent dispersal of military information.
A beekeeper manages the bees that are part of the soundtrack. The afternoon light streams into the theater for 45 minutes to an hour every day and projects images of the forest that has grown in the 10 years since the closing of the base.
America's answer to the introduction of the MiG-15 into the Korean War -- the F-86 Sabre jet -- is the subject of this documentary that takes viewers inside the cockpit of the plane that allowed the United States to regain its air superiority. Focusing on the design, performance and history of this legendary flying machine, the program offers up intense footage of some of the most gut-wrenching dogfights in history.
In the fifth installment, Yagyu Jubei must prove the innocence of his family who is suspected of conspiring to take Shogun's life.
What happened to guys and girls of Military academy since we last saw them? The first generation of cadets continue their adventures with the addition of some new blood. What one generation knows, and another is about to find out is that Military academy is not just a school, but way of life.
A wide plain, dotted with tents, gleaming in white in the bright sunshine. Soldiers moving about everywhere...
Arguably World War II's finest medium bomber, the North American B-25 Mitchell bomber takes on the best the Japanese and Luftwaffe could send into combat in this documentary. Combining awe-inspiring aerial footage with expert commentary, this program takes viewers through missions in the Mediterranean and Pacific, the infamous Doolittle Raid as well as air strikes against the Afrika Korps and Italian Campaign.
In the fourth film in this exciting series, and the first since losing his left eye, Yagyu Jubei is charged again with the task of protecting the Yagyu Secret Scrolls. The two scrolls are held in separate locations to assure their safety. Within them there is information other than the techniques of the Yagyu Shin-kage style. They contain a secret that could throw the country into turmoil. Clan founder Yagyu Sekishusai had split the scroll into two parts to prevent its contents from being known to the public. This is Jubei's toughest assignment yet as he puts his life on the line to save the nation!
Yagyu Jubei must protect the Yagyu scroll that holds the secret of the infamous assassination plotted by the Tokugawa government 30 years ago.
Jubei must stop evil plot of Lord Hayatonosho who secretly plans to overthrow the Shogunate.
Fast, well-made and durable, the subject of this documentary -- the P-51 Mustang -- flew as a bomber escort in World War II, earning a reputation for speed and power that led Ford Motor Co. to name a new sports coupe after it in the mid-1960s. Providing an up-close look at the heavily armed, supercharged aircraft, the program shows viewers just what it would be like to have one of these monsters diving down at them from 25,000 feet.
The Krakozhia Dukedom and the Grania Republic are at war, and high school student Sōhei Yano wants no part of it. But when two Lieutenants show up in tanks at his door, his life becomes an exercise in dodging stray bullets!
Throughout the series follows the stories, lives and adventures of a group of military cadets after their reception at a military academy where starting with education for military pilots.
Military Blunders is a show that airs on History Channel International, and is narrated by Stan Watt. It follows military operations that didn't succeed, or have the exact opposite effect of what was being attempted. The show covers anything from military operations and important historical figures to weaponry design.
The Sun Military Awards is an annual awards ceremony which honours members of the British armed forces and civilians involved with the forces. The Millies were created by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. The awards are organised and sponsored by The Sun newspaper. During the televised ceremony, awards known as "Millies" are given out. The awards and their recipients are chosen by a select panel of ten judges, made up of national figures and military chiefs. Nominees of all but one of the categories are selected by the general public, with the remaining category winner chosen by the judges.
The Sun Military Awards (televised as A Night of Heroes: The Sun Military Awards since 2009) is an annual awards ceremony which honours members of the British armed forces and civilians involved with the forces. The awards were created by The Prince of Wales. The awards are organised and sponsored by The Sun newspaper. The award trophies are designed and hand-made by British Silversmith and porcelain designer Kerry O'Connor. During the televised ceremony, awards known as "Millies" are given out. The awards and their recipients are chosen by a select panel of ten judges, made up of national figures and military chiefs. Nominees of all but one of the categories are selected by the general public, with the remaining category winner chosen by the judges.
E-Ring is an American television military drama, created by Ken Robinson and David McKenna and executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, that premiered on NBC on September 21, 2005. The title of the show refers to the structure of The Pentagon, which is configured in five concentric rings, from "A" to "E", with E being the outermost ring. Before any military action can be taken anywhere in the world the mission must be planned and approved by the most important ring of the Pentagon, the E-ring. This is where the more high-profile work is done, all operations must be legally approved and the green light given by the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The show starred Benjamin Bratt as Major James Tisnewski, a former Delta Force operator and Dennis Hopper as Colonel Eli McNulty, as officers working in the E-ring of the Pentagon in the Special Operations Division – planning and co-ordinating covert US special operations actions around the globe. The show struggled from the onset because it was up against ABC's Top 20 hit Lost, CBS's Top 30 hit Criminal Minds, FOX's Top 10 hit American Idol and the network's Top 30 hit Unan1mous. Although NBC gave it an earlier time slot which led to better ratings, the show was pulled from the lineup during the February sweeps and officially canceled at the NBC Upfront on May 15.
It is July 1941, and the Nazis are advancing towards Kiev. A special squad is tasked with investigating major cases by acting both at the frontline and in the city itself, where rising criminals are joining German subversives in infiltrating the city, while a number of Soviet government representatives are happily profiting from other people’s misery.
Kim Jun is the son of an escaped palace slave, who gets raised by monks. Years later, after being torn from his home during wartime, Kim Jun must renounce hispacifist ways to partake in a deadly game that could be his ticket to freedom from his masters, Choe Chung-heon's clan. During the Mongol invasions of Korea, Kim Jun rises in the ranks to become the top military official, and eventually rules the Goryeo empire for 60 years in place of its king.
Russian television show about the unexplained
On the front lines of the war, there is a little girl. Blond hair, blue eyes, and porcelain white skin, she commands her squad with lisping voice. Her name is Tanya Degurechaff. But in reality, she is one of Japan's most elite salarymen, reborn as a little girl after angering a mysterious being who calls himself God. This little girl, who prioritizes efficiency and her own career over anything else, will become the most dangerous being amongst the sorcerers of the imperial army.