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TFNo.
&-1205



9-1213



9-1218



9-1245



9-1246



9-1258



9-1264



9-1268



fr-1269



9-1282



9-1283



9-1285



Rifle, Automatic, Cal .30, Browning M 1918 A2 Principles of Operation

Rearward movement of recoiling parts Action of gases Action of
hammer Unlocking Extraction Ejection Buffer Actuator func-
tions Processes of feeding, locking, and firing in forward movement of
recoiling parts Function of trigger mechanism in normal and slow
fire (16 min 1943 Film Reference).

The Synchromesh Transmission Principles of Operation

Operating principles of synchromesh transmission developed for M4
tank and other army vehicles Function of sliding gear clutch
Description of synchromesh device (25 min 1943 Film Reference).

The Oil Filter Goes to War

Construction, functioning, and servicing of oil filters used on mili-
tary vehicles (26 min 1943 Film Reference).

Vacuum Power Brakes Principles of Operation

Principles of vacuum power system Conversion of engine vacuum
power into mechanical power for brakes Identification and operation
of main parts (14 min 1943 Film Reference).

Hydrovac Power Brakes Principles of Operation

Action of check valve, power cylinder, control valve, and slave
cylinder in operation of hydro vac brake system (9 min 1943 Film
Reference) .

Lubrication of Military Vehicles Part I: Principles of Lubrication

Functions of lubrication Effects of friction Need for constant
lubrication Oils appropriate to vehicle, temperature, and climatic
conditions (25 min 1943 Film Reference Commercial Adap-
tation) .

The Automotive Clutch Principles of Operation

Clutch demonstrated on simple model which shows engine flywheel,
drive shaft, and differential in their proper relationship (9 min 1944
Film Reference).

The Bevel Gear Differential Principles of Operation

Principles of operation of bevel gear differential shown by means
of simple model built step-by-step (12 min 1944 Film Reference).

The Automotive Transmission Principles of Operation

Function of transmission to supply varying amounts of torque as
required Cutaway model reveals grouping of gears permitting se-
lective control of amount of torque delivered to drive wheels (20
min 1944 Film Reference).

Automotive Gears Principles of Operation

Functions and purposes of basic types of gears Ratio of gears
(20 min 1944 Film Reference).

Servicing the Zero-lash Hydraulic Valve Lifter

Principles of operation Disassembly Malfunctions Cleaning
Assembly (26 min 1943 Film Reference).

The Controlled Differential Principles of Operation

Importance of controlled differential for steering Operation (21
min 1944 Film Reference).



364



NUMERICAL INDEX




9-1318



TFNo.

9-1286 Elementary Principles of Torque ;

Basic principles of torque Uses Determination of amount
Multiplication by gears Relation to vehicle (16 min 1944 Film
Reference) .

9-1298 Field Repair of Gun, 90-mm, Ml, and Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft,
90-mm, M1A1 Part I

Procedure by ordnance contact party in correcting overrecoil of
gun caused by dirt in recoil mechanism Disassembly of throttling
valve and counterrecoil valve assemblies (23 min :1944 Film
Reference) .

9-1299 Field Repair of Gun, 90-mm, Ml, and Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft,
90-mm, M1A1 Part II

Typical repairs of 90-mm gun, M1A1 Contact parties Field shop
in operation (23 min 1944 Film Reference).

9-1300 Field Repair of Gun, Automatic, 40-mm, Ml and Carriage, Gun,
40-mm, M2, Antiaircraft

Typical repair of 40-mm gun Contact parties Field shop in
operation (21 min 1944 Film Reference).

Beware Butterfly Bomb

Danger of butterfly bombs Types of fuzes How they function
on impact, above ground, and up to %-hour delay (29 min 1944
Film Reference From Navy Film BC 602).

9-1328 Truck, Amphibian, 2i/ 2 -ton, 6x6, GMC, DUE W-353 Part I: First

Echelon Maintenance

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First echelon repair and preventive maintenance Maintenance
peculiar to water operation (26 min 1944 Film Reference).

9-1329 Truck, Amphibian, 2i/ 2 -ton, 6x6, GMC, DUKW-353 Part II: Second
Echelon Maintenance

Step-by-step second echelon maintenance Use of gray insulating
enamel on electrical terminals on wheels and brakes Variations in
routine operations Road and water tests (23 min 1944 Film
Reference) .

9-1356 The 90-mm Gun, M1A1, Principles of Operation Part I

Functioning of breech and firing mechanism Use in field against
aircraft and tanks Firing cycle (29 min 1944 Film Reference).

9-1357 The 90-mm Gun, M1A1, Principles of Operation Part II: Recoil
Mechanism

Purpose of weapon Demonstration of recoil mechanism Counter-
recoil buffer (21 min 1944 Film Reference).

9-1358 Packaging of Materiel for Oversea Shipment Part I: Cleaning,
Preserving, and Wrapping

Principles of cleaning, preserving, and packaging materiel for
oversea shipment (30 min 1944 Film Reference).

9-1359 Preparation of Materiel for Oversea Shipment Part II: Packing
and Boxing

Principles of packing materiel for export shipment Packing
interior containers -Making waterproof liners Construction of
boxes (29 min 1944).

365






NUMERICAL INDEX



TFNo.
9-1367



9-1368



9-1371



9-1374



9-1376



9-1427



9-1445



-1447



9-1448



9-1449



9-1450



366



Gun, 120-mm, Antiaircraft Ml, Principles of Operation Part I:
Section I: Functions and Operations Section II: The Percussion
Mechanism

Setting up gun Functioning of parts Operation of gun (30 min
1944 Film Reference).

Gun, 120-mm, Antiaircraft Ml, Principles of Operation Part II:
Operation of the M9 Power Rammer

Basic nomenclature, functioning, and operation of power rammer
(10 min 1944 Film Reference).

Internal Combustion Engine Principles of Operation

Basic operating principles of four cycle internal combustion engine-
Function of crankshaft Valve operating mechanism for overhead
valve arrangement Power overlap on engine models (13 min
1944 Film Reference).

Preparation of Materiel for Oversea Shipment Part III: Crating

Crating materiel for export Step-by-step demonstration Method
II pack (31 min 1944).

The Oil Gear Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism Principles of
Operation

Basic operation Functioning of oil through elevated mechanism
(21 min 1944).

Torque Converter Principles of Operation

Principles of torque converter Parts and operation of converter
Dual function of torque converter as clutch and transmission (20
min 1945).

The M2 Carbine Principles of Operation

Principles of semiautomatic fire Modification for automatic fire
(15 min 1945 Film Reference).

Fuel Pump Principles of Operation

Purpose of fuel pump Operational theory Mechanical function-
ing Emergency mechanical device (12 min 1945).

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons Part I: The Cycle of Opera-
tion

Components of small arms ammunition Similarity of function and
ammunition of small arms Eight steps of cycle operations Cham-
bering, locking, firing, unlocking, extracting, ejecting, cocking and
feeding (19 min 1945).

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons Part II: Principles of
Automatic Operation

Types of small arms operations other than manual Gas operating
BAR and Ml rifles Blowback used with low-pressure cartridges in
M3 submachine guns with no positive lock Recoil, used on pistols,
and machine guns (13 min 1946 Film Reference).

Fundamentals of Small Arms Weapons Part III: Semiautomatic
and Automatic Fire

Firing mechanisms Two firing methods Automatic Semiauto-
matic (10 min 1945).



NUMERICAL INDEX



TF No. .^ T/ ,.

9-1469 Field Evaluation of Erosion in Cannon Bores

Phases of erosion Erosion checks Measuring bore erosions

Determining condemnation limits for various weapons (11 min
1948 Film Reference).

9-1472 Fundamental Principles of Fuzes

Detonation of various types of bombs, rockets, shells, and mines
Mechanical means of timing and delaying explosions (23 min 1948
Film Reference).

9-1512 Fundamentals of Ballistics

Interior ballistics Type, and characteristics of various powder
grains Exterior ballistics Effects of resistance and gravity Tra-
jectory Methods to overcome problems involved Terminal ballis-
tics Types of fuzes and explosives Types of projectiles, including
penetration, blast, and fragmentation (19 min 1949 Film Refer-
ence) .

9-1513 Spot Check Inspection of Motor Vehicles

Ordnance inspection teams spot checking company motor pool
(17 min 1948 Film Reference).

Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles Part VI: Principles of
Operation of the Automotive Magneto

General function of automotive magneto Advantages of magneto
ignition over battery ignition Essential fundamentals Two- and
four-pole magnetos (14 min 1949 Film Reference).

9-1559 Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles Part V: Principles of
Operation of the Generator Regulator

Importance and function of generator regulator Generator's two
types of electromagnetic switches used to illustrate a simple circuit as
a basis for studying units of regulator Three main generator units
Operation of units in a motor vehicle with aid of meters connected to

units (12 min 1949 Film Reference).

'T. <:<<l?~.r a Oman mm A 03fcI-
Guided Missiles Theory of Operation

Operation Four component parts of guided missiles (16 min
1950).



9-1531






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9-1652



9-1655



9-1778



9-1805






Establishment of a Field Ammunition Supply Point

Choosing site for field ammunition supply point Rolling ammuni-
tion supply points used in fluid tactical situation (27 min 1950).

Basic Blacksmith Operations

This film teaches basic metalworking operations, emphasizing the
use of tools and equipment to handle the job of keeping military equip-
ment in operating condition The advantages and use of the side-
banked fire, plain-open fire and deep-hollow fire are also discussed
(26 min 1952 Film Reference).

Before, During, and After Operation Maintenance, Medium Tank

Demonstrating the maintenance responsibilities of the tank com-
mander and crew for these machines of speed, mobility, and firepower
(31 min 1953 Film Reference).



367



TFNo.
9-1810



9-1843



9-1846



NUMERICAL INDEX

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Access and Recovery

Approved procedures and materials employed to locate and dispose
of unexploded missiles Shaft digging and timbering operations with
standard template, sheathing, waling rings, studding, and wedges
Deactivating and removing fuze from shaft Three rigging methods
for hoisting bomb to surface: gin pole, shear legs, and tripod (21 min
1953 Film Reference).

The Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Problem

Analysis and application of spherical coordinate system and ballistic
corrections to hit a moving target in the air Balance of these two
factors determines the final solution of the problem (23 min 1954
Film Reference).

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems Part HI The M9 Type
Director with SCR 584 Radar Set

Showing how the M9 director with SCR-584 solves the AAA fire
control problem by using the linear speed method Components of
the M9 director Characteristics and capabilities of the heavy AA
systems (13 min 1955 Distribution in CONUS and Overseas
Film Reference).

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9-1855 Planetary Gears, Principles of Operation Part I: Single Sets

Defining the use and mechanical operation of the planetary gears
used in armored vehicles Analyzing the components and their rela-
tion to operation in neutral position, gear reduction, overdrive, re-
verse, and direct drive (18 min 1953 Film Reference).

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9-1856 Planetary Gears, Principles of Operation Part II: Multiple Sets

Demonstrating the principles governing the operation of multiple
sets Limitations of single planetary gears Greater mobility and
speed of multiple sets Review of three laws of planet carriers (15
min 1953 Film Reference).

9-1859 Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Operation

Operation of a typical ammunition supply point Details of receipt
and issue of ammunition Details of issuing ammunition to using
unit in field Accountability Reports, stock inventories, surveillance
missions (25 min 1954 Film Reference).

9-1861 Browning Machine Gun Caliber .30 Principles of Operation

<U - Purpose and function of two types of Browning machine gun caliber
.30 Water-cooled M1917A1 and air-cooled models Discussion of
component parts of weapon Explanation of eight steps in cycle of
operation Demonstration of weapon functioning in the field shows
firepower capabilities and value to tactical unit (21 min 1954
Film Reference).

9-1869 Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydrospring Type

Relationship between firepower and recoil mechanisms Analysis
of functions of recoil mechanism, hydrospring type Explanation of
how the hydrospring type performs these functions Two variations
of hydrospring mechanism are shown (separate cylinder and the con-
centric) (33 min 1954 Film Reference).



368



NUMERICAL INDEX



TFNo.
9-1875



9-1881



9-1934



VT Fuzes Field Artillery

Components, operational characteristics, and application of the
two standard types of VT fuzes (M97 and M96) and CVT models
(T227E2 and T226E2) Methods of handling and firing Advantages
and limitations against various types of targets (25 min 1955
Film Reference).

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Range Clearance

Approved procedures and safety regulations for range clearance
Duties of explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) officer and enlisted per-
sonnel (17 min 1954 Film Reference).

Methods of Solution of the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Prob-
lem Part II Conversion between Spherical and Rectangular
Coordinates

Mathematical equation for finding a predicted point in space
Conversion from spherical to rectangular coordinates and vice versa
(24 min 1955 Distribution in CONUS and Overseas).



9-1935



Intel-changeability Features of Heavy and Very Heavy Artillery

Conversion of 155-mm gun into 8-inch howitzer and 9-inch gun into
240-mm howitzer Component parts, adjustments, possible field ex-
pedients, and precautionary measures in interchange process How
interchangeability features of major weapons in heavy and very heavy
artillery are employed in the field (34 min 1954 Film Reference).
9-1948 Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type

Part I: Dependent System

Explanation and illustration of functioning and principles of opera-
tion of dependent type Detailed demonstration of three phases of
operation: recoil braking, counterrecoil, and buffing Employed in
field artillery (12 min 1954 Film Reference).

9-1949 Recoil Mechanisms, Principles of Operation, Hydropneumatic Type-
Part II: Independent System

Brief review of functions and principles of operation of the de-
pendent and independent systems Discussion and illustration of
operation of independent system, covering recoil-braking phase,
counterrecoil phase, and buffing (16 min 1954 Film Reference).



9-1951



9-1952

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9-1953



Methods of Solution to the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Prob-
lem Part I: The Linear Speed Method

Basic principles of linear speed method for solving AAA fire control
problem to combat targets beyond 1,000 yards altitude (11 min
1954 Film Reference).

Guided Missile Propellents Basic Characteristics

Chemical and physical properties of guided missile propellents
How they function Their hazardous nature Safety precautions
Storage and handling techniques Theory of propulsion Safe use of
fuels and oxidizers (25 min 1955 Color Film Reference).

The Fluid Coupling Principles of Operation

Component parts, operation, and action of fluid coupling Value to
vehicle and driver (13 min 1954 Film Reference).



494599 59 24



369



NUMERICAL INDEX



TFNo.

9-1992



9-2007



9-2026

-do i*I loil
9-2027



9-2028



9-2029



9-2030



9-2045



9-2050



9-2052



9-2053



Hydraulic Controls in the Hydramatic Transmission

Basic shifting patterns of hydramatic transmission Principles and
applications of up-shifting and down-shifting (26 min 1955 Film
Reference) .

Disposal of Unusable Ammunition and Explosives Part I: General
Principles and Disposal at Sea

Reason and methods for disposal of ammunition and explosives at
sea (10 min 1943 Film Reference).

Care and Use of Hand Tools Part I : Wrenches

Advantages and uses of various wrenches Dangerous and incorrect
practices Resultant damages (19 min 1943 Film Reference).

Care and Use of Hand Tools Part II: Pliers and Screw Drivers

Proper use of pliers and screw drivers Safety precautions (14
min 1943 Film Reference).

Care and Use of Hand Tools Part III: Chisels

Types of cold chisels Correct use Techniques and safety pre-
cautions (12 min 1943 Film Reference) .

Care and Use of Hand Tools Part IV: Hammers

Correct use and care of hammers Ball, straight, cross peen, sledge,
and claw hammers (11 min 1943 Film Reference).

Care and Use of Hand Tools Part V: Bars, Punches, and Drifts

Common misuse of bars, punches, and drifts Specific purpose and
correct use (14 min 1943 Film Reference).

Care and Use of Hand Tools Part VI: Hacksaws

Proper and improper use of hacksaw Types of frames and uses
(18 min 1943 Film References).

Field Repair of Gun, 155-mm M1A1 and Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, Ml

Repairs of 155-mm gun Contact parties Field shop in operation
(31 min 1944 Film Reference).

10 W91V91 19nS

Field Repair of Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1, and Carriage, Howitzer,
105-mm, M2

Repairs on 105-mm howitzer Use of tools in field (25 min 1944
Film Reference).

Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1, and Carriage M2 Principles of Operation

Characteristics and adaptability of howitzer Parts Firing cycle
(21 min 1944 Film Reference).

Handling and Transporting Aerial Bombs Part I: 100-, 250-, and
500-Pound Bombs

Approved method of loading Finning and fuzing Unloading and
returning unused bombs from plane to revetment (35 min 1944
Film Reference).

Handling and Transporting Aerial Bombs Part II: 1,000-, 2,000-,
and 4,000-Pound Bombs

Approved methods of loading and unloading Use of bomb lift
truck M22 for 4,000-pound bombs Finning and fuzing (25 min
1944 Film Reference).



370



NUMERICAL INDEX



TFNo.

9-2058 Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons Part I: Types and Components
of Cannon

Guns, howitzers, and mortars Operating principles of percussion
hammer, inertia, and continuous pull type firing mechanism (28
min 1944 Film Reference).

9-2059 Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons Part II: Types and Components
of Carriage

Fixed and mobile carriages Railway, self-propelled, and towed
mobile carriages Fixed barbette and disappearing type carriages (22
min 1944 Film Reference).

9-2064 Air Brakes Principles of Operation

Function of each unit in air brake system Compressed air routes
traces Operation (25 min 1944 Film Reference).

9-2065 Hydraulic Brakes Principles of Operation

Hydraulic principle Advantages of liquid linkage Development
of mechanical advantage in hydraulic brake system Operation (24
min 1944 Film Reference).

9-2066 Electric Brakes Principles of Operation

Units of electric brake system Function (13 min 1944 Film
Reference) .

9-2085 Shop Safety

Accidents Causes Safety rules for arc and gas welding Hoisting
methods Working with machinery Use of tools Lifting and push-
ing heavy objects Handling gasoline (28 min 1945 Film Refer-
ence).

9-2119 Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance

Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance procedures after air raids
Identifying and reporting incidents Protective action to minimize
hazards Operations at CD Control Center (26 min 1957 Film
Reference Replaces TF 9-618, which is obsolete).

9-2120 Ammunition Storage and Handling

Application of the igloo method Handling ammunition manually
and with warehouse equipment Proper storage techniques Safety
precautions (31 min 1955 Film Reference).



lo



9-2121



The Field Stock Control System

Basic principles and outstanding features of the new field stock
control system Merits over old system are underscored First
installed and operated in Korea in spring of 1951 (28 min 1955 Film
Reference) .



9-2122



Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems Part I Introduction to
Antiaircraft Fire Control Systems

Operation of basic elements of the AAA fire control system, explain-
ing how each element helps to solve the AAA fire control problem (6
min 1955 Film Reference),



371



TF No.
9-2123



9-2193



9-2194



9-2195



NUMERICAL INDEX

-

Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems Part H The Sky-
sweeper Integrated Fire Control System T-38

General characteristics, advantages and limitations Basic ele-
ments of the T-38 system How each element operates: radar, peri-
scope, computer, power control system, cable system, and target
selector (21 min 1955 Film Reference).

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Automotive Trouble Shooting Part IV Sealed Electrical Systems

Techniques and test equipment used for pinpointing and correcting
typical malfunctions in the 24-volt sealed electrical system used in
army vehicles Components of the system Safety measures to pre-
vent damage to test equipment, the system, and injury to the individ-
ual (28 min 1955 Film Reference).

Automotive Trouble Shooting Part II Engine Tune-Up

Manifold vacuum and compression tests Checks on battery and
ignition cable, distribution and ignition timing, battery clearance, fuel
system and carburetor (33 min 1956).

Methods of Solution of the Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Prob-
lem Part III Similar Triangles

How the smaller triangle in the sighting device of the weapon is
adjusted to be similar to the larger triangle to determine the predicted
position of the target (14 min 1955 Distribution in CONUS and
Overseas Film Reference).



9-2218



>:

9-2219



9-2199 Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control Systems Part IV The Integrated
Fire Control System M33

Explains how the M33 solves the AAA fire control problem by three
methods (linear speed, tangential and quadratic) Functions of pri-
mary components of the system Characteristics, capabilities, and
limitations of the M33 system (18 min 1955 Distribution in CONUS
and Overseas Film Reference).

Recovery Equipment Part I M62 Medium Wrecker, Operation of
Powered Equipment Controls

Procedures for setting and operating the boom, front winch and rear
winch (14 min 1956).

Recovery Equipment Part II M74 Medium Recovery Vehicle,
Operation of Powered Equipment Controls

Setting and operation of controls of spade, auxiliary winch, tow
winch, "A" frame type boom, and boom winch as applied to typical
recovery situation (16 min 1956 Film Reference).

Guided Missile Propellants Fire Hazards and Extinguishment

Elements and fire hazards of oxidizers and fuels First aid fire-
fighting methods Methods of fighting large fires with fire trucks and
installed equipment (21 min 1957 Color Film Reference).

9-2240 Supercharging and Fuel Injection

Defines purpose, components, operation, and effects of supercharg-
ing and fuel injection systems used in army vehicles to increase engine
horsepower (21 min 1956 Film Reference).



9-2222



372



NUMERICAL INDEX

TFNo.

9-2253 Carburetor Principles of Operation

How air-fuel mixture is supplied to engine Functioning of compo-
nents How air pressure differentia] is utilized Application of Venturi
principle operation of circuits (25 min 1956 Film Reference).

9-2254 Hydraulic Steering Principles of Operation

Functioning of major components Principles of pressure differen-
tial, ability of system to resist road shock, and kickback of steering
wheel (14 min 1956 Film Reference).

9-2300 NIKE I Missile Test Equipment, Preliminary Operations (U)

(8 min 1957 Film Reference Distribution limited to Army Film
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS Film is classified
CONFIDENTIAL Modified Handling Authorized.)

9-2320 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 2 (Part A), Signal Data
Converter Tests (U)

(4 min 1957 Film Reference Distribution limited to Army
Film and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS Film is classified
CONFIDENTIAI^ Modified Handling Authorized.)

9-2321 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 2 (Part B), Signal Data
Converter Tests (U)

(6 min 1957 Film Reference Distribution limited to Army Film
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS Film is classified
CONFIDENTIAL Modified Handling Authorized.)

9-2322 Missile ORD-6 Test Equipment, Position 1, Guidance Section Tests,
Position 2, Part A, Amplifier-Decoder Radar Modulator Tests (U)

(5 min 1957 Film Reference Distribution limited to Army Film
and Equipment Exchanges in CONUS and OS Film is classified
CONFIDENTIAL Modified Handling Authorized.)



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