Item description for All About the Military/All About Space (All About) by Hard Hat Harry...
Overview The Military: Travel with the Marines in some of the biggest, toughest vehicles around! Explore the military vehicles that transport, protect and perform specialized jobs - from troop carriers to weapon carriers, mobile communications to field ambulance. You'll march over land and sea in the Amphibious Assault Vehicle, see the many uses of the M998 Humvee, and haul broken-down tanks in the LVS Draggin' Wagon. Climb aboard, soldier! The Space Shuttle: Explore the universe like a real astronaut! As NASA's newest recruit, you'll learn the history of space travel then train to work, live, eat and sleep in space. Next, you're in the commander's seat as you blast off on your mission to repair and tow a satellite back to Earth. As you float weightlessly among the stars, you'll explore all the decks of the space shuttle, while learning how and why the shuttle and space suits were built. The countdown's on!
The Military - 37 Minutes The Space Shuttle - 39 Minutes
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Format: Color, DVD, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Good Times Video
Running Time: 76.00 minutes
Record Label Good Times Video
Format Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.51" Width: 5.31" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Sep 5, 2006
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
Series All About
ISBN 0012371173 ISBN13 0018713517739 UPC 018713517739
Reviews - What do customers think about All About the Military/All About Space?
Entertaining for Curious Kids Feb 19, 2007
These 2 episodes teach kids interesting facts about both Military vehicles and the NASA shuttle program, including the required training.
I would have preferred it not to include the imaginary device of a "genie" and the use of "magical powers" for the story-line...kids have enough imagination, and interest in such topics that the extra silliness scripted into the dialogue is not necessary.