Real Military Videos Releases a Repertoire of Military Videos
06/01/2011

Real Military Videos (RMV), a company in a network of websites which offer military entertainment through simulation games, recently launched a portal containing rare video footage of some historical films.

Online PR News – 01-June-2011 – – Real Military Videos (RMV), a company in a network of websites which offer military entertainment through simulation games, recently launched a portal containing rare video footage of some historical films. The Real Military Network is a network of websites which are military-themed and the website realmilitaryvideos.com is part of this. None of the films and footage on the website can be found anywhere else on the internet because they are amazingly rare. For free, users can view military videos on World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and even the Iraq War and the Afghanistan War, featuring a wide range of elite segments such as the Air Force, the Army, the Coast Guard, the Marines, and the Navy.

Over a thousand military videos are in Real Military Videos' database and this number is increasing weekly. This library of videos covers different modes of combat using tanks, submarines, planes, weapons, and helicopters. The website compiles all these videos as a testament to the relentless struggle that countries all over the world put up against the evasive forms of terrorism which threaten freedom and life. These videos stand as witness to the fighting spirit and courage of the soldiers in protecting their country and their compatriots despite the risk to their life.

Despite the huge collection of military videos the website keeps in its repository, users will not find it difficult to find the video they are looking for because these are organized into channels. These channels include the more recent action in Iraq and Afghanistan but also historical ones such as World War One, World War II - Axis, World War II - Allies, 1920s - 1930s, 1950s & Korea, 1960s & Vietnam, 1970s - 1980s, 1990s.