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With the ironic motto "Peace is our Profession", the Strategic Air Command was in charge of US nuclear forces from 1946 to 1992. SAC was the ultimate Cold War military machine, at its height controlling thousands of nuclear weapons, planes, and missiles, and boasting over a quarter-million personnel. We travel to the Strategic Air and Space Museum, located 20 miles from SAC's old headquarters in Nebraska, and walk through the cavernous bomb bay of SAC's workhorse, the B-52 Bomber.moreless
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Executive Producer: Don Cambou Writer: Robert E. Ziel Producer: Robert E. Ziel Line Producer: Paul Dzilvelis Narrator: Max Raphael Editor: Sean Dash Producer: Bruce Nash Creator: Bruce Nash Music: Alan Ett Production Manager: Kathlene Exner Post Production Supervisor: Jason Steinberg Clearance Supervisor: Katie Del Core Director of Research: Hildie Katibah Post Production Coordinator: Gary Reid Production Auditor: Dani Eslin Production Coordinator: Michael Z Davis Assistant Production Coordinator: James Wiser Archivist: Nilda Pergola-Jensen Clearance Assistant: Gabe Martinez Assistant Editor: Jesse Kingsley Assistant Editor: Scott R. Martin Assistant Production Accountant: Linda Scibner Assistant Production Accountant: Dennis Luciani Production Assistant: Shana Hilton Production Assistant: Mike Taylor Camera: Barry Engle Camera: Dave Marlin Camera: Michael Marton Camera: Mele Mason Field Audio: Nick Kolias Field Audio: Terry Marton Field Audio: Mark T. Mason Online Editor: David Rex Sound Mixer: Paul Ray Animation: Glenn Takakjian Graphic Artist: Barry Hill Historical Consultant: Association of Air Force Missileers Historical Consultant: Alwyn T. Lloyd Footage Consultant: Ted Troll Special Thanks: Air Force Association Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington Strategic Air & Space Museum Executive Producer: Beth Dietrich-Segarra 2002