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Thursday
5/28/20
 
Battlefield Detectives The Civil War: Gettysburg (TV-PG) Scientific evidence suggests that the "high water mark" for the Confederacy's battle at Gettysburg was really the time when the Confederates were doomed. Gavin MacFadyen(Narrator)
Declassified Ayatollah Khomeini (TV-PG) The radical Islamic leader whose influence led to the ousting of the Shah of Iran, terrorist bombings and hijackings, and his own ultimate authority over Iran. John J. Flynn (Narrator)
Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey Armored Vehicles (TV-PG) The history of the steel-plated multi-tasking military vehicle used to transport troops, supplies and more is explored by reviewing the M8 Greyhound and others. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
 
Friday
5/29/20
 
The Lost Evidence Battle of Britain (TV-PG) Dramatic re-enactments and reconnaisance photos tell the story of how the British Royal Air Force fought the veteran German Luftwaffe air forces for 114 days.
Brad Meltzer's Decoded Declaration of Independence (TV-PG) Historical investigators attempt to determine if the U.S.'s Declaration of Independence contains hidden messages meant to be discovered many years later. Brad Meltzer(Host), Buddy Levy(Participant), Christine McKinley(Participant), Scott Rolle(Participant)
Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey Shotguns (TV-PG) While R. Lee Ermey examines the history of shotgun technology, he reviews a 17th century Blunderbuss, shoots skeet with an Olympic gold medalist and more. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
 
Saturday
5/30/20
 
Dogfights The Zero Killer (TV-PG) A look at the deadly Japanese Zero fighters who seemed unstoppable in 1943 as they destroyed plane after plane until the American Navy sent in its F6F Hellcat. Phil Crowley(Narrator)
Camera Martyrs of Vietnam (Repeat, TV-PG) Friends of the 135 photojournalists who had died during the Vietnam War talk about the efforts they made to capture the sad stories from both sides of the war.
Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey Rockets (TV-PG) The Korean Hwacha releases arrows upon launch; the Congreve inspired anthem; the TOW pioneered guided rockets; the Javelin is one of the most advanced rockets. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
 
Sunday
5/31/20
 
Modern Marvels Bullets (TV-PG) From "safe" non-lethal bullets to bullets that chainsaw through steel, examine the evolution of bullets from their origin in the 1300's to modern times. Lloyd Sherr(Narrator)
Modern Marvels Mega Weapon Countdown (TV-PG) Viewers are invited for a special countdown that highlights 10 of the most innovative weapons ever to be featured on the series over the previous seasons. Lloyd Sherr(Narrator)
Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey Blades (TV-PG) The types of blades and fixtures demonstrated by R. Lee Ermey include the English long bow, medieval crossbow, roman pilum, lance and many others. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
 
Monday
6/1/20
 
Mail Call Civil War Special (TV-PG) Former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant R. Lee Ermey answers viewers' questions about military technology by consulting military experts. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
Mail Call NORAD (TV-PG) Host R. Lee Ermey goes inside the secret command center that keeps the skies over America safe from missiles, space junk and terrorists. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
Patton 360 Leading the Charge (TV-14) Patton is ordered to cease efforts in western France before trapping Germans, but after seeing the Free French Army entering Paris first, his men fight back. Erik Thompson(Narrator)
Modern Marvels Deadliest Weapons (TV-PG) Viewer are invited to examine five of the world's deadliest weapons in detail, such as the 50 megaton Tsar bomb, the machine gun and VX gas. Lloyd Sherr(Narrator)
 
Tuesday
6/2/20
 
The Russian Navy (Repeat, TV-PG) From its 1600s origins to 1700s victories, the history and legacy of Russia's Navy reveals how Peter the Great developed it and leaders brought tradition.
No Surrender: German and Japanese Kamikazes (Repeat, TV-PG) Axis forces used suicide missions in WWII, and to show the human side of the kamikaze trend, the soldiers, myths and propaganda surrounding it are examined.
Wednesday
6/3/20
 
The Color of War Face to Face (TV-PG) Only one in six men saw combat during WWII, and experts try to show viewers the daily lives of those soldiers as they fight for survival on the frontlines. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
Great Escapes of World War II Escape from POW Camps (Repeat, TV-PG) Former military men give tales of survival with the aid of rare footage, including Allied airmen escaping from territory infiltrated by the Nazis and POW camps. Edward Asner(Narrator)
Man, Moment, Machine Doolittle's Daring Raid (TV-PG) In a daring bid to exact revenge for Pearl Harbor, Lt. Col. James Doolittle leads a daring one-way bombing raid on Tokyo with a hand-picked crew of pilots. Hunter Ellis(Host)
 
 
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Thursday
6/4/20
 
The Color of War Air War (TV-PG) Film footage and interviews tell the story of the WWII Air Force, and while the branch offered the best chance for fame, they sustained the top casualty rates. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
Great Escapes of World War II French Resistance (Repeat, TV-PG) Tales are told of the French Resistance offering assistance to many Allied troops by providing an escape route from POW camps being ran by the Nazis. Edward Asner(Narrator)
Man, Moment, Machine JFK and the Crisis Crusader (TV-PG) The RF-8 Crusader came to the rescue during the Cuban missile crisis to take reconnaissance photos of Soviet activity in Castro's Cuba. Hunter Ellis(Host)
 
Friday
6/5/20
 
The Color of War Battle Ground (TV-PG) World War II comes alive through a moving tapestry of letters, diaries, and color film and photographs unearthed from archives and personal collections. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
Great Escapes of World War II Pearl Harbor: USS Oklahoma (TV-PG) Rare footage aids survivors recanting events on December 7, 1941, when sailors were attacked at Pearl Harbor and trapped aboard the U.S.S. Oklahoma. Edward Asner(Narrator)
Man, Moment, Machine The Higgins Landing Craft (TV-PG) On June 6, 1944, history's largest amphibious invasion force amassed off the Normandy coast, where hundreds of shoebox-shaped boats played a key role. Hunter Ellis(Host)
 
Saturday
6/6/20
 
The Color of War At Ease (TV-PG) Peter Coyote narrates an expose following the everyday activities of World War II soldiers while they were not engaged in deadly combat. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
Great Escapes of World War II Italian POW Camp (Repeat, TV-PG) Former soldiers tell of Allied prisoners attempting a dangerous escape from an Italian POW camp before the German troops seized it. Edward Asner(Narrator)
What Went Down Custer's Last Stand (TV-PG) A field archaeologist and a Hollywood crew recreate the dark and tragic battle of Little Bighorn from Lieutenant Edward Godfrey's perspective. Doug Scott(Participant)
 
Sunday
6/7/20
 
The Color of War Anchors Aweigh (TV-PG) Archival footage and personal accounts reveal the battles of WWII sailors, whose fighting methods had become more demanding and complex than those used before. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
Modern Marvels Siege Machines (TV-PG) As long as there have been fortifications, there have been machines designed to breech them, from the catapult to cruise missiles. Lloyd Sherr(Narrator)
Battles B.C. Hannibal: The Annihilator (TV-14) Hannibal of Carthage's strategy for victory was to use war elephants and an allied group of multi-national forces to annihilate the Roman legions.
 
Monday
6/8/20
 
Mail Call Afghanistan (TV-PG) Former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant R. Lee Ermey answers viewers' questions about military technology by consulting military experts. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
Mail Call 29 Palms (TV-PG) The Gunny visits America's largest Marine base, takes a ride on a new assault vehicle, and answers questions about Marines in WWI. R. Lee Ermey(Host)
Hero Ships SS Jeremiah O'Brien (TV-PG) The ship defied all odds of survival after sustaining considerable damage to its structure by Japanese fighter planes during the surprise invasion on D-Day. Beau Billinsglea(Narrator)
10 Days to D-Day (Repeat, TV-PG) Dramatic re-enactments are used to depict the 10 days prior to the Allied invasion of Europe on June 6, 1944, based on David Stafford's book.
Tuesday
6/9/20
 
The Color of War Fueling the Fire (TV-PG) A look is taken at the underappreciated supply runners of WWII, revealing how they played a key role in attaining victory by fueling and feeding Allied forces. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
Top Shot Turn the Corner (TV-PG) Two returning champions surprise the competitors as team captains, and after using a new ultra modern assault rifle, two marksmen engage in a heated argument. Chris Collins(Participant), Alex Charvat(Participant), Billy Rogers(Participant), Cliff Walsh(Participant), Dustin Ellermann(Participant)
Battlefield Detectives The Mexican-American War: Battle of Palo Alto (TV-PG) Battlefield archaeology reveals the true events of May 8, 1846, in Palo Alto, where the vast Mexican Army's retreat paved the way for the annexation of Texas. Gavin MacFadyen(Narrator)
 
Wednesday
6/10/20
 
The Color of War Silent and Deep (TV-PG) Far from the raging fury of the war above, history reveals how World War II submariners fought a quietly intense struggle below the seas. Peter Coyote(Narrator)
The Real Flying Tigers (TV-PG)
Battlefield Detectives Native American Wars: The Apache (TV-PG) Historians examine important battles between the U.S. Army and the Apache Indians to discover the reasons behind the U.S.'s victory. Gavin MacFadyen(Narrator)
 
 
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