This harrowing documentary reveals, the horror and suffering did not come to an end with the departure of the B52s.
What would happen if a nuclear bomb went off in space?
In the most dramatic stages of the Cold War, Russia and the United States were testing nuclear bombs left and right, and due to fears of a long-range nuclear missile or a satellite delivery system for a nuclear warhead, all eyes were on the skies.
Their job involves risking their lives to save the lives of others, not always with a successful outcome.
This film will be of interest to students and teachers from senior secondary school in the following subject areas: Geography, Social and Cultural Studies, Studies of Society and the Environment, Health and Human Development and Media Studies.
Real Life Water Rats is a four part series that follows an elite police enforcement team from Tasmania's Marine and Rescue Division.
Set against the beauty of Tasmania's rugged coastline it docments the work of a highly trained group of police officers as they search for missing sailors, scramble dive teams in raging seas, wage war against criminals and keep the peace and keep the peace between recreational and professional fishermen.The United States had launched a series of tests code named Project Fishbowl, which were high-altitude nuclear weapons tests.The most impressive and historic test in this Project was Starfish Prime.In 2008, Kambrya’s Year 12 results put it in the bottom 10% of secondary schools in Victoria.Revolution School follows the transformation of the school under the leadership of principal Michael Muscat.This is an honest and engaging documentary that showcases modern police work within a rich and varied environment.