A new website, Real Military Flix, devoted to 24/7 flixs is up and running here. John Corry, former combat camera man for the AF was serendipity's chosen one for rescuing a lot of film thrown away by the transfer of film between the military and the U.S. Archives Dept. Corry started his own archives with that trash stash and most is on display, along with a lot of other recent film acquisition. Today's feature is a three round mortar launch by a masked Orc who vaporizes in a blast after the final round. Those Iwo Jima flix's you saw in boot camp are there as well as some other rock'em sock'em astonishing stuff. You have to go check it out. If you are fed up, as I am, with the hunt and peck, oh hell, where is it now, system at UDasTube trying to find combat flixs--check it out.
UP DATE: latest find:THE SMALL BOAT NAVY in VIETNAM - Narrated by Raymond Burr--Operation Game Warden