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When You Know (1936)

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Published on Jul 29, 2009

The parallels between safe flying and safe driving. With footage of Army Air Force cadets studying Morse Code, having their reaction time and depth perception tested, and doing classroom work.

FLYING AND SAFE DRIVING SHOWS."

Flying an aircraft is easy for a pilot because he has gone through extensive training. Before the Army allows pilots to fly they must pass health examinations, have their response time tested, go through evaluations of their depth perception, study Morse Code and every part that makes up the aircraft. Likewise, the automobile driver should study the booklet that provides information about their vehicle, study the traffic regulations, and practice driving with another person before taking their first solo voyage. "Driving an automobile is easy when you know how."

Aircraft flying over a lake
Aircraft flying over some mountains
silhouette of a pilot
Pilot turning the wheel of an airplane, pointing to the control panel, turning the crank of the stabilizer
Air tower and air strip at the Army's Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas
Doctor listening with a stethoscope to the chest of a soldier
A soldier hooked up to a large respirator-type machine, taking a test
A soldier being spun in circles in a chair
Close-up of his eyes twitching
A depth-perception test, soldier adjusting two beams of light in a darkened room
Lights on a blinking panel to test reaction times
Many soldiers sitting at a long table, wearing headphones, deciphering Morse code
Soldiers sitting in desk chairs
Soldiers studying airplane engines
Chalkboard with wind diagrams
A mock cockpit, soldier practicing
Close-up of a pilot in an open cockpit
A slow circular pan of a parked Chevrolet with a man in the driver's seat
Close-up of the turning of a key in the ignition
Close-up of the pressing of the accelerator, clutch pedal, hand shifting and brake
Close-up of Chevrolet's instruction book
Shots of men looking under the hood of a car, inlay of pilots
"Traffic instruction" office, with an inlay of soldiers studying Morse Code
Two men in the front seat of an automobile, inlay of test pilot with instructor
Close-up of a diagram of the automobile parts
Many Chevrolet's going the same way down a road
Car going down a hill
Close-up of the grill of a Chevrolet, quickly approaching the camera

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