At War With The Army

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At War With The Army movie poster.

Movie (1950)
French title : Le soldat récalcitrant

Starring:
Dean Martin (1st Sgt. Vic Puccinelli)
Jerry Lewis (Pfc. Alvin Korwin)
Mike Kellin (Sgt. McVey)
Jimmie Dundee (Eddie)
Dick Stabile (Pvt. Pokey)

Alvin Corwin is low man on the totem pole, and goes from one mishap to another at an army training camp in World War II.

Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress

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Douglas C-47 Skytrain

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Mittlewerk EWM A4 Vergeltungswaffe V-2

One of the 300 lauches done by Americans from 1947 with rockets built from parts hold in Germany in 1945.

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