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Desc:Try not to electrocute yourself, OK
Category:Military, Educational
Tags:film, Military, USA, air force, Fifties Man Voice
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Comment count is 6
jangbones - 2013-08-22

my first job in broadcasting was in the 1990's with the second biggest user of 16mm film in America

and the technology had not changed one bit
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-08-22
Spoiler: It is incredibly complicated.
Albuquerque Halsey - 2013-08-23
works best if you imagine him preparing it for showing a stag film for an officer party.
MyNameIsUnimportant - 2013-08-23
But, in order to see this educational film, don't you have to already know how to use the projector?
TheOtherCapnS - 2013-08-23
USAF protocol dictates that no fewer than seventeen airmen at any given time must be fully trained in operation of 16mm film projectors, in order to load the film for new trainees. Before this policy was enacted, the initial training was done by .

In the event that all 17 trained airmen are KIA or otherwise unable to perform their duties, the USAF Chief of Staff is authorized to initiate the Lambda Protocol.

Raggamuffin - 2013-08-23
If the exciter gets burner out, rub it with a gentle circular motion. Apply lubricant.

Drink all the grain alcohol. Urinate on the projector until it electrocutes you. Tell your CO what you really think of him.

Never operate a 16mm projector again.
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