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Flight of Black Angel [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.4 Import - Australia ]

Flight of Black Angel [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.4 Import - Australia ]

Australia released, PAL/Region 4 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada. LANGUAGES: English (Dolby Digital 2.0), SYNOPSIS: A top US Air Force fighter pilot decides that his call sign of Black Angel means that he's a messenger of God. Freely committing murders as he goes, he steals a nuclear weapon and his plane. Taking a family hostage to help him, he works on bypassing the bomb's security lockouts so he can use it on the most sinful of American cities. SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, Trailer(s),

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USS Drum Submarine. Museum Ship. Mobile.Alabama.USA.December 2007

USS Drum Submarine. Museum Ship. Mobile.Alabama.USA.December 2007

From "The submarine sailed from Midway 23 September 1942 on her third war patrol, bound for the eastern coast of Kyushu. On 8 October she contacted a convoy of four freighters, and defied the air cover guarding the ships, to sink one of the cargo ships before bombs forced her deep. The next day, underwent a severe depth charging from several escorts after she attacked a cargo ship. Later in the patrol, she sank one of three air-escorted cargo ships, and damaged at least two more ships before completing her patrol at Pearl Harbor 8 November.
January 1943, Drum carried out the demanding task of planting mines in heavily traveled Bungo Suido. On 12 December, she contacted a carrier, Ryuho, with a full deck load of planes. Although taking water forward due to faulty valves, Drum launched torpedoes at this choice target, scoring two hits, and causing the carrier to list so far that her flight deck became completely visible. Also visible was a destroyer bearing down, and splashes that indicated Drum's periscope was under fire. As the submarine dove she lost depth control and her port shaft stopped turning. As she made emergency repairs, she underwent two waves of depth charging. When she surfaced several hours later to see what had become of her prey, an airplane forced her down. During this patrol, Drum damaged a large tanker, another choice target.

After a thorough overhaul at Pearl Harbor, Drum made her fifth war patrol between 24 March and 13 May 1943, searching waters south of Truk after she had made a photographic reconnaissance of Nauru. She sank two freighters in April, then refitted at Brisbane, Australia. Her sixth war patrol, between 7 June and 26 July, found her north of the Bismarck Archipelago, sinking a cargo-passenger ship on 17 June. Again she put into Brisbane to replenish, and on 16 August sailed on her seventh war patrol. Adding to her already impressive list of sinkings, she sent a cargo ship to the bottom on 31 August, as well as patrolling off New Georgia during the landings there. She put into Tulagi from 29 September to 2 October to repair her gyrocompass, then sailed on to Brisbane.

Drum sailed 2 November 1943 for her eighth war patrol, coordinated with the landings at Cape Torokina. Patrolling between the Carolines and New Ireland, she sank a cargo ship on 17 November and on 22 November, attacked a convoy of four freighters. The convoy's escorts delivered three depth charge attacks, Drum was damaged heavily and was ordered to Pearl Harbor. Drum returned there on the 5th of December. After inspection showed the conning tower needed to be replaced, she sailed to the west coast.

Returning to Pearl Harbor 29 March 1944, Drum sailed 11 days later on her ninth war patrol, during which she patrolled the waters around Iwo Jima and other islands in the Bonin Islands. No worthy targets were contacted, but a reconnaissance of Chichi Jima gained valuable intelligence for bombardment of the island later by surface ships.

The submarine refitted at Majuro between 31 May and 24 June, then sailed on her 10th war patrol to give lifeguard service for raids on Yap and Palau. She sank a 125-ton sampan on 29 July, capturing two prisoners with whom she arrived at Pearl Harbor on 14 August. She sailed for Surigao Strait 9 September on her 11th war patrol, and after two weeks in the Strait with no contact, was ordered north to the South China Sea. Here she patrolled during the Leyte landings and the decisive Battle for Leyte Gulf, sinking three cargo ships bound to reinforce Japanese troops fighting to keep the Philippines. While bound for Majuro for refit, Drum searched east of Luzon Strait for downed aviators.

Drum replenished and made repairs at Majuro between 8 November 1944 and 7 December, then sailed on her 12th war patrol for the Nansei Shoto. Only one contact was made during this patrol, from which she returned to Guam 17 January 1945. During her 13th war patrol, from 11 February to 2 April, Drum played a part in the assaults on both Iwo Jima and Okinawa, providing lifeguard service for air strikes on the Nansei Shoto and the Japanese home islands as bases were neutralized before both invasions. Returning to Pearl Harbor, Drum sailed on to a west coast overhaul, and after training at Pearl Harbor, cleared Midway 9 August on what would have been her 14th war patrol. She proceeded to Saipan at the end of hostilities, and from there sailed for Pearl Harbor, the Canal Zone, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire."

19341021 AAMC0455a KS Hawaii USA S10Xs

19341021 AAMC0455a KS Hawaii USA S10Xs

@Oct.-Nov.1934 (AAMC.455a) [10 flown]. Hawaii - California cover flown by Kingsford Smith & Taylor in the Lockheed Altair "Lady Southern Cross" on the last leg of their epic flight from Brisbane. The cover is signed by Taylor over a 3-line handstamp: "Charles Kingsford Smith, Pilot/ "Lady Southern Cross"/ Australia - Fiji Islands - Hawaii - U.S.A. Signed by Taylor [one of only 10 flown]. Accompanied by a souvenir cover postmarked on their arrival at Oakland Airport, California.

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