Bow, kneel and genuflect for this the holiest of all holy symbols:
Military Spending is a Long Standing Scam
Looking At Lookout Mountain: Hollywood Special Effects Can't Hurt You
Always examine all underlying assumptions. We are meant to be "shocked and awed" by Hollywood Cartoon Nonsense.
Atomic Guided Missiles 1953 USAF-Armed Forces Special Weapons Project, narrated by Ray Walston
Propaganda product like this exists to convince the wage slaves of the world that we need to keep footing the bill for all the government we do not need and never needed. The Nation-States of the world are not as independent as we have been led to believe. Governments, Hollywood, and all big business, work for the international banking system and do not serve any of us. Nation-States are convenient human resource management tools.
Military Might Is Mostly Simulated
The smoke tends to move too fast which gives away the Hollywood crafted miniature illusions. Disneyland toys can't hurt anyone. You can see the matte lines in some of the composited missile "shots". Highly edited Hollywood crafted footage is proof of nothing.
"A miniature effect is a special effect created for motion pictures and television programs using scale models. Scale models are often combined with high speed photography or matte shots to make gravitational and other effects appear convincing to the viewer. The use of miniatures has largely been superseded by computer-generated imagery in the contemporary cinema.
Where a miniature appears in the foreground of a shot, this is often very close to the camera lens — for example when matte painted backgrounds are used. Since the exposure is set to the object being filmed so the actors appear well lit, the miniature must be over-lit in order to balance the exposure and eliminate any depth of field differences that would otherwise be visible. This foreground miniature usage is referred to as forced perspective. Another form of miniature effect uses stop motion animation.
Use of scale models in the creation of visual effects by the entertainment industry dates back to the earliest days of cinema. Models and miniatures are copies of people, animals, buildings, settings and objects. Miniatures or models are used to represent things that do not really exist, or that are too expensive or difficult to film in reality, such as explosions, floods or fires."
1941: Faking Flights of Fancy For Fake Wars
Wars are more scripted and contrived than people think. History is made of News story noise & lies.
1941 Scale Model Special Effects source: Bomberguy
Rx-Pyro: Prescription: Fire
Malcolm Smith on Pyrotechnic Effects for Models (AGM 2014) source: UK Pyrotechnics Society