War Stories: The surviving members of the First Motion Picture Unit of the U.S. Air Force, a group of actors and directors who made inspirational films for the United States during World War II, had a reunion Tuesday at Warner Bros. Studios to celebrate the unit's 50th anniversary. Jack L. Warner was commanding officer of the Motion Picture Unit, which was stationed at Warner Bros. for a time during the war. Ronald Reagan was an administrator for the group that included actors William Holden, George Montgomery, Glenn Ford and director William Wyler.
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