• KPMG Graduate Recruitment Film

    Our friends at KPMG recently asked us to help them make a compelling film about what it was really like as a graduate at their company. We were tasked with 'Telling It Like It Is' and decided to let the graduates do the talking. This is what they had to say ....

    published: 16 Jan 2013
  • Ben Affleck's in Boiler Room doing his recruitment Speech |HD|

    Boiler Room, Best movie ever. If you want to be a Sales Tiger, Go watch this Movie.

    published: 23 Aug 2012
  • Empire Recruitment Film

    Something I picked up on the web.

    published: 29 Sep 2006
  • Process of Recruitment ( short film )

    A DLSU-CSB TH201 Project " Recsele " Cast : Abi Cardama Louise Martin Sam Agustin Ichi Espiritu Vanessa Gerilla Kurt Rillo Ziabel Japus Directed by : Abi Cardama Editor : Ziabel Japus Video Editor : Warlito Japos ( c ) Copyright 2013 JPS Production Films

    published: 18 Dec 2013
  • French Army SF : 1er RPIMa recruitment film

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • SubGenius Recruitment Film No. -3: Ivangelion 8.08: You Are (Not) Dead

    Warning: the first 30 seconds of this film have such an amazing complete barrage of all 9 senses, Normal brains overcompensate by seeing and hearing nothing at all. After then, your brain will adjust to the film. This pre-Stang DobbsFilm was recorded on July 5, 1944 on the beaches of Gdańsk (then called Danzig) in what is now Poland, using Time Control. It stars notable Polish weirdos and kooks Francis E. Dec as The Pedophile Magic-Loving Crazy General and Stanisław Szukalski as The Affable Goofy Assistant Who Is Oblivious To Danger. It was filmed in the midst of fighting nearby due to the ongoing World War II and genocide happening in the surrounding area. This propaganda film was made by these Abnormals in Poland to show that they offered a better path to the children, the path of figh...

    published: 12 Jul 2016
  • ACC Recruitment Film

    published: 13 Jun 2017
  • Promotional recruitment film for the Royal Air Force police, 1970's - Film 15140

    Promotional recruitment film for the Royal Air Force police. RAF Police Land Rover with an L-plate. It's driving down a road apparently on an air force base, which is lined with trees. If you can't drive when you join the RAF police then you are taught how to. The Land Rover turns right - the driver both indicates and gives a hand signal. He stops, then reverses, turns and drives off. The importance of security. A form on a clipboard being ticked off. The driver of the Land Rover, in RAF police uniform, is being assessed by a uniformed man with a moustache. They are both in the Land Rover. The driver has passed his test. Four RAF policemen standing by a Land Rover. They each have a radio - communications instruction. RAF trainee policemen in combat gear firing (Stirling ?...

    published: 31 Jul 2014
  • Recruitment Enabler Film

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • Liverpool City Police Recruitment Film, 1950s ('58) with John Lennon , Paul Mc & George Harrison

    A rare and fascinating recruitment film, circa 1950s, now confirmed as 1958, for Liverpool City Police. Contrast this with modern policing and you see just how much Britain has changed in 60 years. The video is also alleged to be the first time Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison are shown together on film. See the link below and the comments. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/beatles-fan-historian-uncovers-first-9996208.amp

    published: 25 Jul 2015
  • The Koç School Recruitment Film

    published: 16 Dec 2013
  • Rapport Recruitment film

    What is it like to work for Rapport?

    published: 22 Mar 2016
  • 1940s LAPD POLICE MOTORCYLE PATROLMAN RECRUITMENT FILM HARLEY DAVIDSON PANHEAD MOTORCYCLE 54074

    The Los Angeles Police Department presents “Your Traffic Officer,” a late 1940s black-and-white training film that shows what it takes to be a motorcycle patrolman on the new freeways in post-World War II California. Six people lost their lives on a “modern highway” in the past year (probably the 110 Freeway) the narrator explains at the film commences. The efficient execution of traffic regulations is key to keeping the roads safe. A motorcycle officer zooms across the screen (mark 00:53) as the narrator explains how a well-trained officer can make the difficult job look easy, and are offered the position only after passing physical and educational requirements. Mark 01:45 takes the viewer to a training class as instructors are shown teaching “the safe way to ride.” The training film offe...

    published: 17 Apr 2017
  • WORLD WAR II U.S. NAVY WAVES WOMEN VOLUNTEERS RECRUITMENT FILM REPORT TO JUDY 42254

    This Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) recruitment film was produced in 1944. Scenes of the Hydrographic Office and barracks were filmed beginning May 9, 1944. Hydrographic Office history records that, “Photo Science Lab photographers aboard to make motion pictures of WAVES for a BuPers (Bureau of Naval Personnel) Procurement “Short” to be released by Warner Brothers.” The main character, the mother, is an actress, but the other WAVES appearing in the film are real WAVES. The film begins 10 years after WWII is over and is set in Illinois. At the start, a small plane -- an Erco Ercoupe -- is flown by a woman lands in a field. The woman, her daughter and their dog get out of the plane and have a picnic. The girl looks at a magazine and finds an article called “When...

    published: 29 Jul 2017
  • RBI Recruitment film

    A SHORT FILM ABOUT Y TO CHOOSE RBI AS UR CAREER :-)

    published: 18 Oct 2010
  • Transavia Recruitment film

    Voor Transavia maakten we deze recruitment film met als doel om nieuw personeel te werven. Door een werkdag te laten zien vanuit de ogen van een stewardess komt de sfeer en cultuur goed naar voren en krijgt de video een speels karakter.

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Birla Sun Life Insurance - House Wife Recruitment Film

    published: 07 Feb 2014
  • Military Recruitment and Science Fiction Movies

    Help me make more videos! https://www.patreon.com/popdetective The sequel to the 1996 mega-blockbuster "Independence Day" hit theaters this summer but there was something a little strange about many of the trailers. What looks like a clever marketing campaign centered on joining the fictional "Earth Space Defense" was actually a cross-branded recruitment tool for the US Army. It’s part of a multi-million dollar joint advertising venture between 20th Century Fox and the United States Military. PATREON This video was made possible by support from viewers like you! If you’d like to see more videos focusing on the intersections of entertainment, politics and masculinity, please head over to my Patreon page and help fund this web series: https://www.patreon.com/popdetective PAYPAL If you'd ...

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Corporate Video Production - Pacific Advisors Recruitment Film

    Corporate video production company in Orange County, Cinepop Media, created this video for Pacific Advisors. The goal was to attract work talent by showcasing the incredible benefits of a career within the company. Let us create your video today: http://cinepopmedia.com/

    published: 13 Mar 2015
  • Volunteer Recruitment Film, Dutch Waffen SS - 1943

    Recruitment in the Waffen SS was presented as a 5 star vacation, volunteers would get the best food, money, a girlfriend, and so on, the reality was very different! English translation by: dutchss dutchss

    published: 07 May 2017
  • Kingston Hospital nurse recruitment film

    Find out more about why you should choose a career in nursing at Kingston Hospital

    published: 21 Nov 2014
  • U.S. NAVY 1950 NAVAL AVIATOR RECRUITMENT FILM PENSACOLA FLORIDA 76904

    Made in 1950, this U.S. Navy recruitment film focuses on the training of naval aviators at Pensacola, Florida. It exposes new recruits to the training process and day to day activities for a Navy flier. They go over the general over view of the training and list the individual components of the program. It is aimed at encouraging new recruits to take the program seriously so that they can reap the rewards or risk being grounded. Fairly straight forward, non-technical intro to training style film. The film starts with newspaper headlines from May 1942 and the Battle of the Coral Sea, newsreels about WWII, and the narrator Philip speaks about his personal motivation to avenge his brother’s death by joining the military. Phillip is shown with buddies from college in Naval classes followed...

    published: 21 Jan 2016
  • Paducah Police Recruitment Film - "The Basic Value of Love"

    Paducah Police Recruitment Film - "The Basic Value of Love" Our Client - paducahky.gov/recruiting-and-hiring Film Production - SociallyPresent.com We were humbled to be able to spend a lot of time with the men and women who serve in the Paducah Police Department. We are so proud of the heart and soul these men and women have, to love their city and give of themselves every day in the spirit of selflessness and service. If you have the basic value of love, you have what it takes to become a good police officer. Special thanks to Chief Barnhill and Matt Smith for taking very special care in creating this accurate representation of the leadership and love in this department. Paducah police sets the example for what it means to be a good police officer. A Kentucky Film Production Company P...

    published: 06 May 2016
  • North Korean Army Recruitment Film

    North Korean Army Recruitment Film Greatest army ever!!! North Korean Army Recruitment Film! The first military training school, the P'yongyang Military Academy, was established in North Korea in 1945. The Security Cadres School was founded in 1946 and was later renamed the First Officer Candidate School. The military education and training system for officers is quite elaborate. The officer education system includes approximately seventeen universities, colleges, schools, and academies. Among them are officer candidate schools for each service; basic and advanced branch schools for armor, artillery, rear services, and other branches; mid-career staff colleges; senior war colleges; and special schools, including medical and veterinary service schools. North Korea Officer Corps: Recruit...

    published: 13 Sep 2015
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KPMG Graduate Recruitment Film

KPMG Graduate Recruitment Film

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Our friends at KPMG recently asked us to help them make a compelling film about what it was really like as a graduate at their company. We were tasked with 'Telling It Like It Is' and decided to let the graduates do the talking. This is what they had to say ....
https://wn.com/Kpmg_Graduate_Recruitment_Film
Ben Affleck's in Boiler Room doing his recruitment Speech |HD|

Ben Affleck's in Boiler Room doing his recruitment Speech |HD|

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  • Updated: 23 Aug 2012
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Boiler Room, Best movie ever. If you want to be a Sales Tiger, Go watch this Movie.
https://wn.com/Ben_Affleck's_In_Boiler_Room_Doing_His_Recruitment_Speech_|Hd|
Empire Recruitment Film

Empire Recruitment Film

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  • Updated: 29 Sep 2006
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Something I picked up on the web.
https://wn.com/Empire_Recruitment_Film
Process of Recruitment ( short film )

Process of Recruitment ( short film )

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2013
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A DLSU-CSB TH201 Project " Recsele " Cast : Abi Cardama Louise Martin Sam Agustin Ichi Espiritu Vanessa Gerilla Kurt Rillo Ziabel Japus Directed by : Abi Cardama Editor : Ziabel Japus Video Editor : Warlito Japos ( c ) Copyright 2013 JPS Production Films
https://wn.com/Process_Of_Recruitment_(_Short_Film_)
French Army SF : 1er RPIMa recruitment film

French Army SF : 1er RPIMa recruitment film

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  • Updated: 24 Jul 2012
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https://wn.com/French_Army_Sf_1Er_Rpima_Recruitment_Film
SubGenius Recruitment Film No. -3: Ivangelion 8.08: You Are (Not) Dead

SubGenius Recruitment Film No. -3: Ivangelion 8.08: You Are (Not) Dead

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  • Updated: 12 Jul 2016
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Warning: the first 30 seconds of this film have such an amazing complete barrage of all 9 senses, Normal brains overcompensate by seeing and hearing nothing at all. After then, your brain will adjust to the film. This pre-Stang DobbsFilm was recorded on July 5, 1944 on the beaches of Gdańsk (then called Danzig) in what is now Poland, using Time Control. It stars notable Polish weirdos and kooks Francis E. Dec as The Pedophile Magic-Loving Crazy General and Stanisław Szukalski as The Affable Goofy Assistant Who Is Oblivious To Danger. It was filmed in the midst of fighting nearby due to the ongoing World War II and genocide happening in the surrounding area. This propaganda film was made by these Abnormals in Poland to show that they offered a better path to the children, the path of fighting the Pinks and Normals, and being Ruptured to Pleasure Saucers, a path the filmmakers had found out about through secret transmissions J. R. "Bob" Dobbs had sent back in time to war-torn Eastern Europe during the time of World War II, a project known as Operation Armageddon Outta Here. Only one copy of the original film survived after the Communist takeover of Poland, and was smuggled out to England in 1964 and then marketed to Western audiences as an "anti-war independent film" under the title "The Magician". But actually the film was not independent at all, and in fact, was directed and produced by Nazi UberFemme filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl under direct orders from Adolf Hitler to go to the front lines in Poland and make a film there starring child soldiers. Leni Riefenstahl, however, didn't have many ideas on what to do, and so Francis E. Dec and Stanisław Szukalski, the 2 adult actors in the film, co-wrote the screenplay. Actually, it was supposed to have a lot more spoken lines, but Leni Riefenstahl cut almost all the dialogue during editing. The original footage was 3 hours long but got cut down to a tiny fraction of that time, mostly by accident, due to cameramen being shot by crossfire and bombers overhead fire-bombing the entire area, destroying some of the cameras and film in the process. Around 80% of the people involved in making the film either died on that day or were Ruptured up onto Escape Vessels to Planet X. It was originally meant to be a very high-budget film but since most of the people involved died and most of the footage was lost it ended up looking low-budget and a bit amateurish. Leni Riefenstahl spent most of the film's budget on paying the ransoms for Francis E. Dec and Stanisław Szukalski who both got kidnapped by agents from Finland which was at war with both the Germans and the Soviets. That money proved quite necessary for Finland to retain its independence and fight off Soviet troops. At least 2 other SubGenius recruitment films were recorded after this film but before the Divine Emaculation of J. R. "Bob" Dobbs in 1953 by JHVH-1. So historians today generally classify this as SubGenius Recruitment Film number -3. SubGenius Recruitment Film number zero, of course, was the vision that "Bob" himself saw on an amateur television set of his own design in 1953. The original title of this film, chosen by Adolf Hitler himself when he ordered Leni Riefenstahl to go make a film on the front lines in Poland with some kids in it, was "Götterdämmerung 2", a tribute to Richard Wagner and reference to the Old Norse "Ragnarök", the final War of Armageddon in Norse Mythology, which this was meant to be a documentary of and sequel to. However, Francis E. Dec and Stanisław Szukalski, the 2 adult film stars of the film who wrote its screenplay, called it "Astrocism Versus Zermatism: Which Yeti Parroting Puppet Of The Worldwide Mad Deadly Communist Gangster Computer God Has The Biggest Protong To Behold?" Director and Producer Leni Riefenstahl compromised between short and long names and decided to call the film "Ivangelion 8.08: You Are (Not) Dead". Leni Riefenstahl's title was accepted by Adolf Hitler but only on the condition that after the war, she go to Japan and invent Godzilla movies, which she did at Hitler's urging after Hitler had been asked for this favor by Emperor Hirohito of Japan, who thought the one thing the Japanese Empire was sorely missing was good monster movies. As this video was produced on behalf of the Third Reich, under European Union and international copyright law, it is public domain and not subject to copyright. As for who smuggled it out of Poland and into England, it was none other than the former Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, John Paul II, who smuggled it out many years before he became the Catholic Pope, mistakenly believing it to be an anti-Communist and anti-Nazi film made by the peaceful resistance during the Communist years, and mistakenly thinking the violence in the film (most of which happens offscreen) is just very cheap special effects. No, everything in this film is very real, even the magic tricks done by the crazy pedophile general, who is also a wizard.
https://wn.com/Subgenius_Recruitment_Film_No._3_Ivangelion_8.08_You_Are_(Not)_Dead
ACC Recruitment Film

ACC Recruitment Film

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  • Updated: 13 Jun 2017
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Promotional recruitment film for the Royal Air Force police, 1970's - Film 15140

Promotional recruitment film for the Royal Air Force police, 1970's - Film 15140

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  • Updated: 31 Jul 2014
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Promotional recruitment film for the Royal Air Force police. RAF Police Land Rover with an L-plate. It's driving down a road apparently on an air force base, which is lined with trees. If you can't drive when you join the RAF police then you are taught how to. The Land Rover turns right - the driver both indicates and gives a hand signal. He stops, then reverses, turns and drives off. The importance of security. A form on a clipboard being ticked off. The driver of the Land Rover, in RAF police uniform, is being assessed by a uniformed man with a moustache. They are both in the Land Rover. The driver has passed his test. Four RAF policemen standing by a Land Rover. They each have a radio - communications instruction. RAF trainee policemen in combat gear firing (Stirling ?)submachine guns at targets. In a gym, the trainee policemen practise unarmed combat - judo ? One throws another to the floor and is then shown a new move by the instructor. Behind him, other people vault over a wooden horse. A man in camouflage clothing opens a gate. Dog training. An Alsatian leaps up to greet him. On parade, the RAF trainee policemen stand to attention as their commanding officer steps onto a podium. It is their passing-out parade. They march past their commanding officer. He salutes them. An aircraft landing - a Viscount ? An RAF police mini. It stops beside an RAF aircraft - it may be a Hercules. Aircraft are vulnerable on the ground. A policeman gets out of the mini and inspects the aircraft, checking for suspect devices. A policeman in the patrol car in radio contact with his base. The patrol car checks on a network of pipes. Two policemen get into a transport aircraft at RAF Brize Norton. They check the aircraft internally, looking for bombs. Anti-terrorist procedures. Checking passengers and their baggage at an airport. A child runs out of an airport building but is retrieved by an RAF policeman, who carries the child back into the airport building. An RAF policeman with a dog who jumps through a number of squares of fire. Another RAF policeman gets his dog to do the same thing. Advanced police work. An RAF policeman on patrol with a dog in a warehouse ? finds some drugs. This is a routine patrol at RAF Hildenrath, in Germany. An RAF police photographer takes pictures of the scene for evidence. Another policeman dusts for fingerprints. The RAF police set a trap for the culprits. A Land rover drops off a couple of RAF policemen at the warehouse then drives off. They split up and conceal themselves. The man comes to pick up the drugs. He takes a padlock off the door to the warehouse, opens it and enters. As he approaches the place where the drugs were found, the two RAF policemen arrest him. A barrier with a stop sign on it. A checkpoint at the entrance to an RAF base - Hildenrath. Three RAF policemen search a car entering the base. The interrogation of the arrested man. His answers are noted down. He denies everything and is cautioned. An RAF aircraft landing.
https://wn.com/Promotional_Recruitment_Film_For_The_Royal_Air_Force_Police,_1970's_Film_15140
Recruitment Enabler Film

Recruitment Enabler Film

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  • Updated: 28 Jun 2017
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Liverpool City Police Recruitment Film, 1950s ('58) with John Lennon , Paul Mc & George Harrison

Liverpool City Police Recruitment Film, 1950s ('58) with John Lennon , Paul Mc & George Harrison

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2015
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A rare and fascinating recruitment film, circa 1950s, now confirmed as 1958, for Liverpool City Police. Contrast this with modern policing and you see just how much Britain has changed in 60 years. The video is also alleged to be the first time Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison are shown together on film. See the link below and the comments. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/beatles-fan-historian-uncovers-first-9996208.amp
https://wn.com/Liverpool_City_Police_Recruitment_Film,_1950S_('58)_With_John_Lennon_,_Paul_Mc_George_Harrison
The Koç School Recruitment Film

The Koç School Recruitment Film

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2013
  • views: 5575
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Rapport Recruitment film

Rapport Recruitment film

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  • Updated: 22 Mar 2016
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What is it like to work for Rapport?
https://wn.com/Rapport_Recruitment_Film
1940s LAPD POLICE MOTORCYLE PATROLMAN RECRUITMENT FILM HARLEY DAVIDSON PANHEAD MOTORCYCLE 54074

1940s LAPD POLICE MOTORCYLE PATROLMAN RECRUITMENT FILM HARLEY DAVIDSON PANHEAD MOTORCYCLE 54074

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The Los Angeles Police Department presents “Your Traffic Officer,” a late 1940s black-and-white training film that shows what it takes to be a motorcycle patrolman on the new freeways in post-World War II California. Six people lost their lives on a “modern highway” in the past year (probably the 110 Freeway) the narrator explains at the film commences. The efficient execution of traffic regulations is key to keeping the roads safe. A motorcycle officer zooms across the screen (mark 00:53) as the narrator explains how a well-trained officer can make the difficult job look easy, and are offered the position only after passing physical and educational requirements. Mark 01:45 takes the viewer to a training class as instructors are shown teaching “the safe way to ride.” The training film offers detailed information on each part of the motorcycle, from carburetor to siren. Trainees are shown how to run the engine and operator the speedometer (mark 04:50), as well as how to operate the front and rear wheel brakes. Each element is put together starting at mark 05:30 as the training officer starts his engine, and then shown how they operate together on the road (mark 06:37). New recruits are encouraged to also learn from veterans as part of their on-the-job training (mark 07:45) “and learn your job by doing,” we are told. The motorcycle shown at 1:29 appears to be a Harley 74 cubic inch panhead. This was the sport bike of its time as it featured overhead valves instead of a flathead. It was 1200 cc or 74 cubic inches with a 3 speed transmission. It had no rear suspension in those years unlike the Indian Chiefs. They had six volt systems unlike todays 12 volts. Supposedly they were not preferred by police as the indian motorcycle could be set up having the accelerator on the left, freeing up the gun hand. Their top speed was around 89 mph but could be modified to go faster later on, but on the roads of the day that was much faster than any car of the times could maintain. They ran a chain in both the primary and final drive and had an oil piston under the seat for comfort. Although the Knucklehead was one of Harley's crowning achievements, by the mid 1940's the Big-Twin was in need of an update. Harley engineers updated the Knuck's upper-end with aluminum heads which reduced operating temperatures, and added hydraulic valve lifters which reduced engine noise. The new heads were topped off by redesigned rocker covers which resembled upside-down roasting pans, prompting the nickname "Panhead." The V-twin engine displaced 73.73 cubic-inches (advertised as 74ci), which was derived from a 3.44" x 4" bore and stroke. With 7:1 compression ratio, 50 horsepower was produced at 4,800 rpm. The bottom end was basically unchanged, but the engine cases were modified for the new cylinders, and a new camshaft was designed for the new valve system. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
https://wn.com/1940S_Lapd_Police_Motorcyle_Patrolman_Recruitment_Film_Harley_Davidson_Panhead_Motorcycle_54074
WORLD WAR II  U.S. NAVY WAVES   WOMEN VOLUNTEERS  RECRUITMENT FILM  REPORT TO JUDY 42254

WORLD WAR II U.S. NAVY WAVES WOMEN VOLUNTEERS RECRUITMENT FILM REPORT TO JUDY 42254

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This Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) recruitment film was produced in 1944. Scenes of the Hydrographic Office and barracks were filmed beginning May 9, 1944. Hydrographic Office history records that, “Photo Science Lab photographers aboard to make motion pictures of WAVES for a BuPers (Bureau of Naval Personnel) Procurement “Short” to be released by Warner Brothers.” The main character, the mother, is an actress, but the other WAVES appearing in the film are real WAVES. The film begins 10 years after WWII is over and is set in Illinois. At the start, a small plane -- an Erco Ercoupe -- is flown by a woman lands in a field. The woman, her daughter and their dog get out of the plane and have a picnic. The girl looks at a magazine and finds an article called “When Mother was a WAVE.” The girl, named Judy, asks her mother, “what did you do in the last big war?” The mother says she was a WAVE. At 2:45 the mother explains that she was stationed in Washington, D.C. Images show lots of service people walking around famous monuments and sights in Washington. The mother explains that men were sent to fight and woman replaced them in homefront jobs. At 3:20 the mother is shown in her WAVE uniform leading other WAVES. At 3:30 she is shown at her job in the Progress Section of the Hydrographic Office. The following scene shows WAVE Ensign Turner, a former architect, at work designing a battleship. At 4:00, a new battleship is launched. At 4:15, WAVE Quarters is shown is Washington, D.C. - housing. At 4:20, Ship’s Service is shown, an eating facility and soda fountain. At 4:36, Helen Mozell from Philadelphia is featured as a WAVE making charts. At 5:00, the commanding officer is shown supervising WAVES making charts. At 5:15, maps are seen being printed at the Hydrographic Office. Various combat scenes are shown from 5:24-5:45. WAVES are seen swimming in the large swimming pool at WAVE Quarters at 5:46. WAVE Mary Jane Hunter from Cleveland is featured as working at the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. At 6:04, she is seen modeling survival gear for soldiers. 6:27 shows items that WAVES purchase to supply the Navy. At 6:38 at WAVE Quarters, a Navy man is shown relaying a story of a battle to WAVES. At 7:20 WAVES are shown working at the Bureau of Naval Personnel and it is explained how their work affects Navy men on ships. At 7:47 a soldier is seen receiving the Navy Cross. At 8:11, WAVES are seen looking through the fence at the White House. Lee Hornsby of St. Louis is featured as a WAVE working at a Link Trainer, a flight simulator. At 9:20 WAVES are seen marching at training facilities with superimposed battle scenes. At 9:50 the film cuts back to the picnic at the beginning. The woman tells her daughter she was glad she was a WAVE. Description donated and written by Karen Huntsberger. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
https://wn.com/World_War_Ii_U.S._Navy_Waves_Women_Volunteers_Recruitment_Film_Report_To_Judy_42254
RBI Recruitment film

RBI Recruitment film

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  • Updated: 18 Oct 2010
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A SHORT FILM ABOUT Y TO CHOOSE RBI AS UR CAREER :-)
https://wn.com/Rbi_Recruitment_Film
Transavia Recruitment film

Transavia Recruitment film

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2017
  • views: 9299
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Voor Transavia maakten we deze recruitment film met als doel om nieuw personeel te werven. Door een werkdag te laten zien vanuit de ogen van een stewardess komt de sfeer en cultuur goed naar voren en krijgt de video een speels karakter.
https://wn.com/Transavia_Recruitment_Film
Birla Sun Life Insurance - House Wife Recruitment Film

Birla Sun Life Insurance - House Wife Recruitment Film

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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2014
  • views: 39090
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https://wn.com/Birla_Sun_Life_Insurance_House_Wife_Recruitment_Film
Military Recruitment and Science Fiction Movies

Military Recruitment and Science Fiction Movies

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  • Updated: 28 Sep 2016
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Help me make more videos! https://www.patreon.com/popdetective The sequel to the 1996 mega-blockbuster "Independence Day" hit theaters this summer but there was something a little strange about many of the trailers. What looks like a clever marketing campaign centered on joining the fictional "Earth Space Defense" was actually a cross-branded recruitment tool for the US Army. It’s part of a multi-million dollar joint advertising venture between 20th Century Fox and the United States Military. PATREON This video was made possible by support from viewers like you! If you’d like to see more videos focusing on the intersections of entertainment, politics and masculinity, please head over to my Patreon page and help fund this web series: https://www.patreon.com/popdetective PAYPAL If you'd rather make a one-time donation you can do that via PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/popdetective SOURCES: • U.S. Army Using Independence Day as a Propaganda Tool http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/news/a44860/independence-day-resurgence-army-recruitment/ • List on US military interventions since World War II https://williamblum.org/essays/read/overthrowing-other-peoples-governments-the-master-list • Infographic of US interventions in Latin America http://knowmore.washingtonpost.com/2014/02/11/half-a-century-of-u-s-interventions-in-latin-america-in-one-map/ • How Many Countries is the U.S. Currently Bombing? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNIKQM6E4pk • U.S. Escalates a Shadow War In Somalia http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/16/world/africa/obama-somalia-secret-war.htmlMcCann Worldgroup’s Lisa Nocella on NPR http://www.npr.org/2016/05/12/477835964/u-s-army-takes-unique-approach-with-new-recruitment-video • US Army spends 200 million per year on advertising http://adage.com/article/agency-news/mccann-u-s-army-account/208630/ • Only 15% of military recruits get the promised college degree http://www.alternet.org/print/story/62945/top_military_recruitment_lies • Soldiers Forced to Repay Enlistment Bonuses After Going to War http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-national-guard-bonus-20161020-snap-story.html • National Coalition for the Homeless - Veterans Facts http://www.nationalhomeless.org/publications/facts/veterans.html • Sexual Assault in the Military - Fact Sheet http://www.protectourdefenders.com/factsheet/ • Suicide rate of U.S. veterans rose one third since 2001 http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-veterans-suicides-idUSKCN10E2RN • Military refused to assist on original Independence Day http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2004/09/operation-hollywood • US Navy collaboration on Battleship movie http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/may/18/navy-stars-in-action-film-battleship/ • X-Men cross-promotion with US Army http://www.salon.com/2011/05/26/pentagon_propaganda_xmen • History of Military collaborations with Hollywood https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/25-years-later-remembering-how-top-gun-changed-americas-feelings-about-war/2011/08/15/gIQAU6qJgJ_story.html • Hollywood and the Pentagon: A relationship of mutual exploitation http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2014/7/29/hollywood-and-thepentagonarelationshipofmutualexploitation.html RECOMMENDED READING: • An Ordinary Person's Guide To Empire by Arundhati Roy • War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning by Chris HedgesKilling Hope by William BlumRogue States: The Rule of Force in World Affairs by Noam ChomskyPropaganda and the Public Mind by Noam Chomsky • Necessary Illusions by Noam Chomsky ABOUT THIS PROJECT The Pop Culture Detective Agency is a brand new video series that looks at media through a critical lens with an emphasis on depictions of men and masculinity in movies, television, comic books and video games. https://www.patreon.com/popdetective Full text transcript available here: http://popculturedetective.agency/2016/military-recruitment-and-science-fiction-movies COMMENTS YouTube comments are closed due to harassment of this channel. If you would like to participate in constructive online conversations about this video, please share it on your social media networks, or join other supporters on Patreon, where backers-only discussion threads are provided for each new video. https://www.patreon.com/popdetective FAIR USE All multimedia clips included in this video constitute a 'fair use' of any copyrighted material as provided for in Section 107 of U.S. Copyright law, which allows for criticism, comment and scholarship. Learn more about fair use with this awesome app by New Media Rights! http://newmediarights.org/fairuse CREDITS Writer/Producer: Jonathan McIntosh Motion Graphics: Jonathan McIntosh Logo Design: Justin McIntosh Music: Jonathan Mann https://www.patreon.com/jonathanmann
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Corporate Video Production - Pacific Advisors Recruitment Film

Corporate Video Production - Pacific Advisors Recruitment Film

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Corporate video production company in Orange County, Cinepop Media, created this video for Pacific Advisors. The goal was to attract work talent by showcasing the incredible benefits of a career within the company. Let us create your video today: http://cinepopmedia.com/
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Volunteer Recruitment Film, Dutch Waffen SS - 1943

Volunteer Recruitment Film, Dutch Waffen SS - 1943

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  • Updated: 07 May 2017
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Recruitment in the Waffen SS was presented as a 5 star vacation, volunteers would get the best food, money, a girlfriend, and so on, the reality was very different! English translation by: dutchss dutchss
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Kingston Hospital nurse recruitment film

Kingston Hospital nurse recruitment film

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Find out more about why you should choose a career in nursing at Kingston Hospital
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U.S. NAVY 1950 NAVAL AVIATOR RECRUITMENT FILM  PENSACOLA FLORIDA  76904

U.S. NAVY 1950 NAVAL AVIATOR RECRUITMENT FILM PENSACOLA FLORIDA 76904

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Made in 1950, this U.S. Navy recruitment film focuses on the training of naval aviators at Pensacola, Florida. It exposes new recruits to the training process and day to day activities for a Navy flier. They go over the general over view of the training and list the individual components of the program. It is aimed at encouraging new recruits to take the program seriously so that they can reap the rewards or risk being grounded. Fairly straight forward, non-technical intro to training style film. The film starts with newspaper headlines from May 1942 and the Battle of the Coral Sea, newsreels about WWII, and the narrator Philip speaks about his personal motivation to avenge his brother’s death by joining the military. Phillip is shown with buddies from college in Naval classes followed by physical conditioning. Military training, swimming and lots of playing sports. Navy regulation texts, Engineering, meteorology, and latest technologies to simulate flight prior to actually flying. Octants and sextants, crash landing techniques and survival training. Crash landing practice. Naval pilot is a valuable man and no expense is spared. Blind folded training for learning the cockpit panel. Ground control trainer to learn break pressure. After preflight, the airborne training begins (7:58) Trained by a Navy combat veteran, pre-solo dual instruction stage in an SNJ. Students are encouraged to fly alone, instructors are there just in case. Philip's 19th flight is his solo (9:50) Further training for radioing and controls. Instructions are Skip laughing off error, but flight trainer take training and instrumenting flying seriously, it matters in the Link trainer Acrobatics begins. Maneuvers are a definite part of the training syllabus. Formation flying for team work. Echelon join ups are rehearsed. Gunnery, affixed gunnery, get or get got. Fighter tactics: training films to visualize offense and defense. Flight course is fair but tough: cadet Skip gets booted. Pilots practice carrier landing on a runway and prepare to go to the next step, advanced training at Corpus Christie and then on to graduation. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Paducah Police Recruitment Film - "The Basic Value of Love"

Paducah Police Recruitment Film - "The Basic Value of Love"

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  • Updated: 06 May 2016
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Paducah Police Recruitment Film - "The Basic Value of Love" Our Client - paducahky.gov/recruiting-and-hiring Film Production - SociallyPresent.com We were humbled to be able to spend a lot of time with the men and women who serve in the Paducah Police Department. We are so proud of the heart and soul these men and women have, to love their city and give of themselves every day in the spirit of selflessness and service. If you have the basic value of love, you have what it takes to become a good police officer. Special thanks to Chief Barnhill and Matt Smith for taking very special care in creating this accurate representation of the leadership and love in this department. Paducah police sets the example for what it means to be a good police officer. A Kentucky Film Production Company Paducah Police Recruitment Video
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North Korean Army Recruitment Film

North Korean Army Recruitment Film

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North Korean Army Recruitment Film Greatest army ever!!! North Korean Army Recruitment Film! The first military training school, the P'yongyang Military Academy, was established in North Korea in 1945. The Security Cadres School was founded in 1946 and was later renamed the First Officer Candidate School. The military education and training system for officers is quite elaborate. The officer education system includes approximately seventeen universities, colleges, schools, and academies. Among them are officer candidate schools for each service; basic and advanced branch schools for armor, artillery, rear services, and other branches; mid-career staff colleges; senior war colleges; and special schools, including medical and veterinary service schools. North Korea Officer Corps: Recruitment and Education: http://www.country-data.com/cgi-bin/query/r-9626.html Korean People's Army (Wikipedia): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_People%27s_Army North Korea v South Korea: How the countries' armed forces compare: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/northkorea/11603665/North-Korea-v-South-Korea-How-the-countries-armed-forces-compare.html Subscribe Now : "North Korea Living Channel": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgCoroDbHsu7vPRfM2LHwdA Add our official Google+: https://plus.google.com/115632648427183481360/
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