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Divided into three separate four-hour miniseries, "Missions That Changed The War" profiles: “The Doolittle Raid,” a seemingly insignificant mission that was designed to boost American morale but in retrospect, had a vital effect on the war with Japan; “Germany’s Last Ace,” a first-person account of Gunter Rall, the most decorated aviator in Hitler’s Luftwaffe, as he describes the misguided Nazi strategy on the eastern front; and “The Flying Tigers,” a series of bombing missions that prevented the fall of China. (Source: The Military Channel)


Genres: Drama | Action | History | Military/War | Family | Educational
Station: AMERICAN HEROES CHANNEL (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: On Hiatus
Start: Mar/15/2011

Missions That Changed the War Season 2 Air Dates


S02E01 - The Flying Tigers, Part 1 Air Date: 08 June 2011 02:00 -

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S02E02 - The Flying Tigers, Part 2 Air Date: 15 June 2011 02:00 -

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S02E03 - The Flying Tigers, Part 3 Air Date: 22 June 2011 02:00 -

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S02E04 - The Flying Tigers, Part 4 Air Date: 29 June 2011 02:00 -

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