List of Walt Disney's World War II productions for Armed Forces

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The following is a list of Training films produced for the United States Army and Navy by the Walt Disney Studio during World War II. Most of these films were not sole productions of Disney, but were collaborations with other entities such as the First Motion Picture Unit (FMPU) or Frank Capra's signal corps.

Disney only produced the animated portions of these films. It should also be noted that many Disney artists and animators (as well as artists from other animation studios) worked at FMPU simultaneously, so not all FMPU films that include animation are Disney products.

In many cases the studio did not receive credit, which has made the task of identification somewhat difficult. Additionally, many of these films were reissued and even retitled, re-numbered and even re-edited, so the original elements may not survive.

This list is the most complete that can be found on the Internet as the information comes from various sources such as the long out of print book Donald Duck Joins Up by Richard Shale and other film indexes that deal with Army and Navy films.[1]

Production for Armed Forces[edit]

Series[edit]

Series Title Film Title runtime Date Notes
Why We Fight
(for U.S. Army)
  1. Prelude to War
  2. The Nazis Strike
  3. Divide and Conquer
  4. The Battle of Britain
  5. The Battle of Russia
  6. The Battle of China
  7. War Comes to America
16 of 53 min
13 of 40 min
? of 56 min
8 of 51 min
8 of 71 min
? of 62 min
8 of 64 min
(1942)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1944)
(1945)
This series was produced by Frank Capra, only contribution the Disney studio did was producing various animated inserts (maps)
The entire series can be found at Archive.org.
Know your Enemies
(for U.S. Army)
  1. Japan
  2. Here is Germany
18 of 63 min
2 of 53 min
(1945)
(1945)
This series was produced by Frank Capra, only contribution the Disney Studio did was producing various animated inserts.

Here is Germany was originally planned in 1943 under another title (Know Your Enemy: Germany) but was canceled, then revised and completed in 1945 under its current title.
Know Your Enemy: Japan had three production numbers at Disney, probably because the animated inserts in this film included limited character animation.
The third and the final film in this seriesKnow Your Ally: Britain, includes animation produced by Warner Bros,[2]


The entire series can be found at Archive.org.[3]
Orientation Series
(for U.S. Navy)
  1. Aircraft Welding[4]
  2. The Equatorial Front
1 of ? min
12 of ? min
(1943)
(1944)
Only animation Disney produced for this series, where animated diagrams to explain technology.
Aircraft Production Processes Series [Mooney Project]
(for U.S. Navy)
  1. Bending and Curving
  2. Blanking and Punching
  3. Forming Methods
  4. Aircraft Riveting
  5. Template Reproduction
  6. Heat Treating
  7. Mock-Up and Tooling [Aircraft Tooling]
  8. Lofting and Layouts
  9. (Unknown 9th title?)
37 of ? min
24 of ? min
40 of ? min
23 of ? min
18 of ? min
12 of ? min
19 of ? min
30 of ? min
? of ? min
(1942)
(1942)
(1942)
(1942)
(1943)
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(1943)
(1943)
(194?)
Only animation Disney produced for this series, where animated diagrams to explain technology.


Richard Shale's book states there are nine films in this series, but only eight are listed.

Aerology Series
(for U.S. Navy)
  1. Icing Conditions
  2. Air Masses and Fronts
  3. The Cold Front
  4. Fog and now Ceiling Clods
  5. The Occluded Front
  6. Thunderstorms
  7. V.T.B. Pilot Training
  8. The Warm Front
  9. Flying the Weather Map, Pt. 1 & 2
  10. Flying the Weather Map, Pt. 3 & 4: The Howgozit Chart
  11. Weather for the Navigator
49 of ? min
25 of ? min
19 of ? min
24 of ? min
30 of ? min
39 of ? min
20 of ? min
20 of ? min
25 of ? min
? of 14 min
39 of ? min
(1942)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1943)
(1944)
The Only animation Disney produced in this series are animated diagrams to explain meteorology.
The last two films in the series form a story arc.

Two of the films where updated in the 1960s and can be found on, The short film The Occluded Front (1962) is available for free download at the Internet Archive
The short film The Warm Front (1962) is available for free download at the Internet Archive
Fixed Gunnery and Fighter Tactics [Jacksonville Project]
(for U.S. Navy)
  1. Use of the Illuminated in Gunnery Tactics
  2. Fundamental Fixed Gunnery Approaches[5]
  3. Snoopers and How to Blast 'Em
  4. Attack Against Bomber Formations
  5. Offensive Tactics against Enemy Fighters[6][7]
  6. Defensive Tactics against Enemy Fighters
  7. Fighter Escort[8]
  8. Combat Air Patrol
  9. Conclusion and Summary
78 min (total runtime of Disney produced material)

21 min (offensive Tactics)

(1943) Only animation Disney produced for this series is animated diagrams, that explain various flight and fighting tactics.


The series is also known as Fighter Pilot ace Thach's series[9]


The 9th and 10th film in this series Snoopers and How to Blast 'Em and "Don't Kill Your Friends" contains no animation and didn´t have any involvement from Disney.
U.S. Army Identification Series - WEFT (Wings, Engine, Flight Tails)
(for U.S. Army)
  1. B-25 Medium Bomber
  2. A-20B Douglas Medium Bomber
  3. A-24 Douglas Light Bomber
  4. B-17F Douglas Heavy Bomber
  5. B-24D Consolidated Heavy Bomber
  6. A-31 Northrop Light Bomber
  7. P-38E Lockheed Pursuit
  8. C-60A Lockheed Medium Transport
  9. C-54 Douglas Heavy Transport
  10. C-53 and C-47 Douglas Medium Transport
  11. A-28 Lockheed Light Bomber
101 min(total runtime of Disney produced material) (1942) Only animation Disney produced for this series is animated diagrams, how to id enemies air-plane
Small fragments of this series can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.
U.S. Navy Identification - WEFT and Warships
(for U.S. Navy)
  1. PBY Catalina
  2. SBD Dauntless
  3. F4U Corsair
  4. F4F Wildcat
  5. PB2Y Coronado
  6. VBF Avenger
  7. F2A Brewster
  8. PBO Lockheed
  9. SB2A Brewster
  10. OS2U Kingfisher
  11. SB2U Vindicator
  12. (unknown title (part 12))
  13. (unknown title (part 13))
73 min (total runtime of Disney produced material) (1942) Only animation Disney produced for this series is animated diagrams, how to id enemies air-planes and warships
mall fragments of this series can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.
US Navy Identification 3-Point System Warships
(for US Navy)
  1. Cruiser (introductory)
  2. Wichita Class
  3. Astoria Class
  4. Portland Class
  5. Northampton Class
  6. Pensaeola Class
  7. Brooklyn Class
  8. Ohama Class
  9. Carriers (introductory)
  10. Yorktown Class
  11. Wasp Class
  12. Ranger Class
  13. Long Island Class
  14. Lexington Class
  15. Destroyers (introductory)
  16. Warrington
  17. Porter
  18. Mayo
  19. Sims
  20. Benham
  21. Blue
  22. Fanning
  23. McCall
  24. Farragut
  25. Four-Stacker
  26. Hutchins Class
  27. Fletcher Class
  28. Mahan Class
  29. Atlanta Class Carrier
  30. Cleveland Class
  31. Saratoga Class Carrier
  32. Eric Class Auxiliary
  33. Terror Class
  34. Curtis Class
  35. Prairie Fulton Class
  36. Holland Class
  37. Washington Class
135 min.(total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) Only animation Disney produced for this series is animated diagrams, how to id enemies air-planes and warships
mall fragments of this series can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.
Beechcraft Maintenance and Repair
(Beech Aircraft Corp., U.S. Army)
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-11:Landing Gear
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-11:Wheels and Brakes
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-11:Flight and Controls
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-11:General Instructions
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-11:Engine Changes
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-10:Landing Gear
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-10:Wheels and Brakes
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-10:Flight and Controls
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-10:General Instructions
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-10:Engine Changes
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-7:Landing Gear
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-7:Wheels and Brakes
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-7:Flight and Controls
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-7:General Instructions
  • . Service, Inspection and Maintenance of the AT-7:Engine Changes
  • . Aircraft Wood Repair [Repairs of Wood Aircraft]: Small Scarf Patch and Doubler Patch
  • . Aircraft Wood Repair [Repairs of Wood Aircraft]:Stiffener Patch
  • . Aircraft Wood Repair [Repairs of Wood Aircraft]: Leading Edge Repairs
  • . Aircraft Wood Repair [Repairs of Wood Aircraft]: Bulkhead Repair
359 min. (total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) Only animation Disney produced for this series is animated diagrams, on how various air-plane mechanism can be repaired
mall fragments of this series can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.
Minneapolis Honeywell Project
(U.S. Army)
  • Theory of the C-1 Auto Pilot part 1:Basic Principles
  • Theory of the C-1 Auto Pilot part 1:Control System
  • Operation of the C-1 Auto Pilot:Setting up for Fight
  • Operation of the C-1 Auto Pilot:Setting up for Bombing
  • Maintenance and servicing of the C-1 Auto Pilot: Servo Motor
  • Maintenance and servicing of the C-1 Auto Pilot: Flight Gyro
  • Maintenance and servicing of the C-1 Auto Pilot: The Amplifier
  • Maintenance and servicing of the C-1 Auto Pilot: The Directional Stabilizer
  • Maintenance and servicing of the C-1 Auto Pilot: Ground Check and Trouble Shooting
  • Electronic Control system of the C-1 Auto Pilot:Basic Electricity as Applied to Electronic Control system
  • Electronic Control system of the C-1 Auto Pilot:Basic Electronics as Applied to Electronic Control system
121 min.(total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) In the first film C-1 Auto Pilot Basic Principles, Disney didn't only produce animated diagrams to explain flight's C-1 Auto pilot but 3 very short sequences including character animation. But is unclear at the moment if the other films in this series included only character animation.


Small fragments of this series can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.

Rules of the Nautical Road
(for U.S. Navy)
  1. The Halifax Incident
  2. Introduction. Parts 1 and 2
  3. Lights, Running and Anchor
  4. City of Rome Incident
  5. Towing Lights
  6. Lights: Vessels Being Towed
  7. Special Lights
  8. Quiz on Lights and Day Signals
  9. Visual Day Signals
  10. Whistle Signals for Approaching Steam Vessels
  11. Meeting Steam Vessels
  12. The McCormick-Maru Incident (aka The McCormick-Yoshido Maru Incident)
  13. Meeting at Night
  14. Overtaking Situation
  15. The Varanger-Dora Weems Incident
  16. The Taurus-Gulf Trade Incident
  17. Overtaking at Night
  18. Crossing Steam Vessels
  19. The El Isleo-Eastern Glade Incident
  20. The Svea-Newport Incident
  21. Crossing at Night
  22. Rules in Fog. Parts 1 and 2
  23. Empress of Ireland-Storstad Incident
  24. Special Circumstances
  25. The Beaver-Selja Incident
  26. Special Steering and Sailing Rules
6 of 6 min
22 of 22 min.
 ? of 17 min.
 ? of 5 min.
 ? of 7 min.
 ? of 10 min.
 ? of 28 min.
 ? of 14 min.
 ? of 13 min.
 ? of 17 min.
? of 17 min.
 ? of 4 min.
 ? of 20 min.
? of 15 min
? of 5 min
? of 3 min
? of 15 min
? of 15 min
? of 5 min
5 of 5 min
 ? of 19 min.
 ? of 16 min.
 ? of 5 min
? of 14 min.
? of 5 min
 ? of 14 min.
(1942)
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Limited Animation produced by Disney to explain various incidents at sea and rule changes. The first film in the series "The Halifax Incident was produced in its entirety in this fashion, but its unclear at this moment if the rest of the films where all produced in animation or if they included live-action.

The list given in Shale's book is incorrect.[10] Small fragments of first film in series can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.

Glider Training
(U.S. Army)
  1. Structure and Aerodynamics
  2. Flying Operations
  3. Instruments
  4. Air Works
17 of 23 min (total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) Its unknown what kind of animation Disney contributed to this series but its most likely animated diagrams explain gilder Training
The Mark 13-Modification I Aerial Torpedo (for U.S. Navy)
  1. Mechanical Operation
  2. Depth Control Mechanism
  3. War Head Attachment
  4. The Gyro Mechanism, Part 1
  5. The Gyro Mechanism, Part 2
  6. Gyroscopic Creep and Precession in Torpedoes
121 min. (total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) Its unknown what kind of animation Disney contributed to this series but its most likely animated diagrams explaining technology behind Aerial Torpedo.
*High Level Precision Bombing [Colonel Garland Project]
(for U.S. Army)
  1. The Bombing Computers
  2. Combat Bombing Procedures
61 min. (total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) Its unknown what kind of animation Disney contributed to this series but its most likely animated diagrams explaining technology behind bombing.
The names of the individual given in Shale's book are incorrect.[11]
Basic Maintenance of Primary Training Airplanes [Aeronca Project]
(U.S. Army, Aeronca Aircaraft Corp.)
  1. Preflight and Daily Inspections
  2. Landing Gear, Wheels and Brakes
  3. Propeller and Power Plant
  4. Light Controls and Control Surfaces
  5. Engine Change
112 min.(total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) Its unknown what kind of animation Disney contributed to this series but its most likely animated diagrams explaining technology in Airplanes.
Carrier Rendezvous and Breakup
(U.S. Navy)
  1. Aircraft Rendezvous
  2. Aircraft Formation Breakup
44 min.(total runtime of Disney produced material) (1943) It is unknown what kind of animation Disney contributed to this series but it is most likely animated diagrams explaining aircraft formations
Automotive Electricity for Military Vehicles [12]
(U.S. Army) (1944)
  1. Principles of Automotive Electrical Circuits
  2. Principles of the Operation Generator
  3. Principles of the Starting Motor
  4. The Ignition Circuit
  5. Principles of Operation of the Generator Regulator
  6. Principles of Operation of the Automotive Magneto
 ? of 13 min
 ? of 13 min
 ? of 14 min
 ? of 11 min
 ? of 12 min
? of 14 min (Disney animation per film has not been traced.)
(1944) The only animation Disney contributed to this series are animated diagrams explaining technology in various military vehicles.[13] Updated version of Principles of the Starting Motor can be found at archive.org.
Fundamentals of Artillery Weapons (for U.S. Army)
  1. Types and Components of Cannon[14]
  2. 'Types and Components of Carriages[15]
3? of 28 min
3? of 19 min (total runtime of Disney produced material is thought to be 3 min each film)
(1944) It's unknown what kind of animation Disney contributed to this series but its most likely animated diagrams explaing Artillery Weapons.
Theory of Simplex and Phantom Circuits
(for U.S. Army)
  1. Balanced conditions
  2. Unbalanced conditions
 ? of 32 min(total runtime of Disney produced material) (1944)
(1944)
The only animation Disney contributed to this series are animated diagrams explaining electronic technology
The complete series can be found at archive.org.
Tuning Transmitters
(for U.S. Army)
  1. Setting Frequency[16]
  2. Amplifier and Antenna Tuning'[16]
 ? of 16 min
 ? of 20 min (Disney produced 20 minutes of animation for both of these films, its unclear though how much for each)
(1944)
(1944)
Its most likely that the only animation Disney contributed to this series are animated diagrams explaining electronic technology
Job
(for U.S. Army)
  1. Your Job in Germany
2 of 11 min (1944) This series was co-created with Frank Capra. However the companion film Our Job in Japan Doesn't include any animation thus didn't have Disney's involvement. Your Job in Germany includeds animated inserts (maps) produced by Disney it can be viewed on The short film Your Job In Germany (1945) is available for free download at the Internet Archive.
Burma Campaign
(for U.S. Army)
  1. The Stilwell Road
8 of 50 min (1945) Burma Campaign was a series of three films but The Stilwell Road was the only one to include animated inserts (maps) produced by Disney. It can be found at Archive.org.
Basic Map Reading
(for U.S. Army)
  1. Conventional Signs
  2. Elevation, Distance and Grid
  3. Direction, Orientation, and Location With Compass
  4. Direction, Orientation, and Location Without a Compass
  5. Photos and Photomaps
 ? of 19 min
? of 27 in.
 ? of 34 min
? of 22 min
 ? of 22 min. (Disney produced animation for total of 16 min, but its unknown how it was distributed between the films.)[17]
(1945)
(1945)
(1945)
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(1945)
The only animation Disney produced in this film series are animated diagrams and maps.

This series was re-released in 1953 [18] The short film Elevation, Distance and Grid (1967) is available for free download at the Internet Archive

One-Shots[edit]

Film Title runtime Date Notes
Four Methods of Flush Riveting
(for NFBC)
10 min 1942 The entry film was produced with limited animated diagrams to explain flush riveting technology, this film Disney is first foray into technological animation rather than cartoon animation.
It can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.
Boys Anti-Tank Rifle
(aka Stop that Tank (for NFBC)
21 min 1942 The first three minutes of this film are generally known as Stop that Tank which an entertainment animation sequence. The rest of the film's mostly live-action with animated inserts.

It can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines.

Aircraft Carrier Landing Signals
(for U.S. Navy)
15 of ? min 1942 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
Aircraft Carrier Mat Approaches and Landings
(for U.S. Navy)
14 of ? min 1942 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
Protection against Chemical Warfare
(for U.S. Navy)
9 of ? min 1942 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
Approaches and Landings
(for U.S. Navy)
17 of ? min 1942 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
The Aleutian Islands [A.D.C. Project]
(U.S. Army)
2 of 45 min 1943 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film.
There are possibility that this film is an alternative title to the film Report from the Aleutians: The short film Report from the Aleutians (1943) is available for free download at the Internet Archive.[19]
The Evasive Action
(U.S. Army)
2 of ? min 1943 This film is not in Shale's book but a short clip of it can be found on Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines. It includes both animated diagrams and live-action.
Ice formation on Aircraft
(for U.S. Army)
48 min 1943 This film produced with Animated diagrams to explain Ice formation on Aircraft, by Disney.

This film is an adaptation of the Aerology Series number one training manual "Ice Formation on Aircraft".

This film is not in Shale's book,[20] but an edited reissue printThe short film Ice Formation On Aircraft is available for free download at the Internet Archive.

Air Transport Command
(U.S. Army)
10 of ? min. 1943 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film.http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675060183_C-47-Skytrain-transport-planes_Army-Air-Force_Aloha-Air-Transport-Command
Aircraft Carrier Landing Qualifications
(U.S. Navy)
10 of ? min. 1943 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
British Torpedo Plane Tactics
(for U.S. Navy)
11 min. 1943 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams. The film's total runtime is given rather than the Disney material alone. This film was originally supposed to be 17 minutes but was cut down for some reason.
Fast Company
(for U.S. Army)
1 of x min. 1943 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this unmade film, its probably animated diagrams. but was to be co-produced with Frank Capra[21]
Substitution and Conversion
(for U.S. Army)
20 of ? min. 1943 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film. Project 6021[22] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7jGTKhdZWM
Carburetion, Basic Principles
(for U.S. Army)
12 of 27 min[23] 1944 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
Battle of Cape Gloucester(for U.S Army)
Also known as Attack! Battle of New Britain,[24][25]
3 of 58 min. 1944 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film. This film found online: The short film Attack - Battle of New Britain (1944) is available for free download at the Internet Archive
Howitzer, 105 mm M2A I and Carriage M2, Principles of Operation (U.S. Army) 6 of min? 1944 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams.
Operation and Maintenance of the Electronic Turbo Supercharger (U.S. Army) 39 min (total runtime both Disney and none-Disney material). 1944 Its unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, its probably animated diagrams. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFwwgbj9Bi8
Two Down and One to Go (U.S. Army) 1 of 9 min. 1944 Disney only produced caricature still drawings of Hitler and co. Shale's book erroneously gives the runtime as 17 minutes. The film is shorter: The short film Two Down and One to Go (1945) is available for free download at the Internet Archive.
Attack in the Pacific (for O. W. I.) 15 of 52 min 1944 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film. The short film Attack in the Pacific (1944) is available for free download at the Internet Archive
Air Brakes, Principles of operation
(for U.S. Army)
9 of 25 min. 1944 Disney only produced animated diagrams to explain air brakes technology. This film can be found at The Internet Archive but is a reissue print from 1967, as the runtime of the 1967 version is intact to the original 1944 version.[10][26]
It's Your War, Too
(for U.S. Army)
1 of 9 min 1944 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film. The short film It's Your War Too (1944) is available for free download at the Internet Archive.
The Case of the Tremendous Trifle
(for U.S. Army)
2 of 20 min 1944 Disney only produced animated inserts (maps) for this film. The short film The Case of the Tremendous Trifle (1944) is available for free download at the Internet Archive.
Electric Brakes Principles of Operation
(for U.S. Army)
2 of 13 min[27] 1944 It is unknown what type of animation Disney produced for this film, it is most likely animated diagrams.
Ward Care of Psychotic Patients (U.S. Army) 29 of 41 min [28] 1944 Its unkwon what type of animation Disney produced for this film, it is most likely diagrams explaining mental health
Dental Health
(for U.S. Army)
8 of 22 min 1945 The only type of animation Disney produced for this film, are diagrams of human anatomy. Army number 8-2096.[29] * The short film Dental Health is available for free download at the Internet Archive.
On to Tokyo
(for U.S. Army)
7 of 17 min 1945 Its unkwon what type of animation Disney produced for this film,

DVD releases[edit]

Some of these propaganda and training films can be found uncut and uncensored on

See also[edit]

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