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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Science and Engineering in WWII - Ep. 665

  • Aired: 12/07/2011
  • 01:06:03
  • Rating: TV-G
Lieutenant colonel Todd Berge, the Commander of AFROTC Det. 925, describes the technology, design, refinements, and uses of the Flying Fortress, the B-17 Bomber, and its impact on the European Theatre in WWII. Captain Scott Mobley, from the Department of History at UW-Madison, shares the saga of The Origins and Use of the Torpedo in World War II.
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Join Lt. Col. Todd Berge and Captain Scott Mobley for a look at World War II technology.
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