Don't Kill Your Friends (1943)
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In this documentary short training film, Navy pilots are instructed in aerial gunnery. The example of a careless and inattentive pilot named Dilbert is used to depict the many ways in which pilots can wreak havoc during gunnery training. Dilbert manages to kill colleagues and civilians alike with his forgetfulness, his thoughtlessness, and his cavalier attitude. Pilots are warned not to be a Dilbert.
By setting a bad example, pilot Dilbert shows the necessary safety rules for fighter pilots, and the ones training them.
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