Monday, November 16, 2009

Episode 01.07 "Decision"
No loss of allied bombers is too great to destroy a building that once produced precision gears for fishing reels and now is producing components for a secret flying bomb. The well camouflaged building will prove elusive for the 918th, unless a shot down P.O.W. and personal friend of Gen. Savage can find some way mark to it for destruction.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Episode 01.06 "Pressure Point"
The 918th's heavy battle losses have the attention of a powerful senator who has no love for Gen. Savage, as a result, the future of daylight precision bombing may be at risk. A specific mission over Germany is under close scrutiny when Savage's shot up B-17 returns with the belly gunner trapped in the B-17s underside turret and his pregnant lover watches on in horror as the plane makes a belly landing... If you like this series as much as I go over to

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Episode 01.05 "The Climate of Doubt"
General Wiley Crowe's love for an old flame may send Gen. Savage's formation of bombers into a well planned trap to shoot them out of the sky. Are Crowe's orders based on practicality or for a favor of a former lover? He is clearly gambling with the 918th's lives and his own court martial. If you like this series as much as I and would like to get the twelve o'clock high TV series on DVD, go over to

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Episode 01.04 Sound of Distant Thunder Tennessee farm boy Andy Lathrop (Peter Fonda) shows extraordinary talent as a bombardier and is taken under the wing of Gen. Savage. Those puffs of smoke in his bombsight are but only a job, and Gen Savage wants him to make a career out of the USAAF, until Andy falls in love... Probably one of the most powerful episodes in the history of TV. A wonderfully skillful and crafted story!
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Monday, November 2, 2009

Episode 01.03 The Men and the Boys

www. ;A pilot breaks combat formation protocol to fly cover for a fellow airman's damaged B-17 bomber. His actions are met with severe disciplinary consequences from General Savage when friendship supersedes orders. Which poses the greater good? If you like this series as much as I, go over to