ho We Are
Traditions Military Videos is the premier resource for hard-to-find military history documentaries.
hat We Do
Traditions Military Videos produces and distributes videos about the United States military.
Hard-to-find government-produced films produced in the 1930s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, and 2000.
- Training films covering such
topics as weapons handling, battle tactics,
flight operations, base security, etc.
- Orientation films produced for new recruits,
drill instructors, officers, military police, etc.
- Special-topic films promoting women in the military,
integration, drug rehabilitation, etc.
- Documentaries covering campaigns during World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
- We also offer numerous unedited films covering a wide range of topics.
- And we produce our own in-house titles, which include:
- Traditions Military Videos was
founded by Meredith R. Vezina in 1994.
Vezina earned bachelor's and
master's degrees in history from
San Diego State University.
Vezina's master's thesis included
the history of the 9th, 10th and
28th cavalries, which operated along
the U.S.-Mexican border during
World War II. Widely published,
Vezina is the author of The History
of Marine Corps Recruit Depot San
- In June 1994, the first issue of
"Traditions: Military History Journal of
the Pacific" was published. Since
then, the company has launched its
own line of videos.
ho buys our military videos?
- Veterans and Their Families
- Teachers and Scholars
- Collectors and Military Enthusiasts