Frontlines of Freedom is released. A collaboration between the Federal Civil Defense Administration and the Civil Defence Corps of Canada, the film explains how Soviet aggression will not distinguish between international borders.
A New Look at the H Bomb is released by the Federal Civil Defense Administration. F.C.D.A. director Val Peterson explains that the increased power of hydrogen weapons do not warrant increased concern.
Conelrad, a short film describing the emergency alert system of the same name, is released. A number of entities sponsored the film's creation including the Federal Civil Defense Administration, The Federal Communications Commission, the U.S. Air Force, and the Radio Broadcast Industry.
The Federal Civil Defense Administration teams with Philip Ragan Productions to release Target You. The short piece of animation explains the responsibilities of homeowners upon receiving warning of an enemy atomic attack.
The Institute of Life Insurance produces To Live Tomorrow for the Federal Civil Defense Administration. The film explores civil defense policy from the perspective of an insurance agent and recommends releasing emergency information in a clear and quick manner.
Let's Face It, a film which explores the emerging threat of Soviet hydrogen weapons, sees release by the Federal Civil Defense Administration.
The National Automobile Dealer's Association creates Escape Route for the Federal Civil Defense Administration. The film explains how private vehicles can be used to save lives in the event of an enemy atomic attack.