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March 5, 2012
"Nuclear Attack Preparedness Proceedures - Survive to Fight" is a United States Air Force Training film from the late 1,960's. The film dramatizes activities at an air force base following a hydrogen bomb / nuclear attack, reviews status of the base and its operational capability to survive. The film shows command post operations, reporting of damage, dispatching of vehicles, runway clearings and abandoning of buildings. The film emphasizes hardening process of base for battle and shows medical personnel assisting in exposure control and treating patients. The film concludes with initial recovery being completed, ramp wash down, and reporting base operational. .
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