- Series Title(s):
- United States Air Force training film
United States. Air Force, issuing body.
United States. Air Photographic and Charting Service, issuing body.
Wilding, inc., production company.
Produced: [Washington, D.C.?] : United States, Department of the Air Force, 1961
Original version: United States Air Force, 1961
- Moving image
- Survivorship Accidents, Aviation Stress, Physiological Stress, Psychological Military Personnel United States Government Agencies United States. Air Force.
- Instructional Films and Videos
- Presented as a film within a film, an Air Force officer gives a lecture to a class of fliers about survival skills, using a combination live action-animated film to illustrate the workings of the body and its reactions to difficult situations. Discusses major physiological and psychological stresses that may be encountered in a survival situation in the Arctic, in the desert, in the tropics, and on water. Describes methods of detecting, understanding, and combating such stresses as hunger, thirst, cold, fatigue, and fear. Shows how to recognize and avoid dehydration. Emphasizes the importance of reading manuals and viewing training films on survival.
- The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain. (More information)
- 030 min.
- Transfer; Daniel Rooney, National Archives and Records Administration; 20170215; Acc# 2017-03.
- Animation and live action
- NLM Unique ID:
- 101704143 (See catalog record)