Part 1 of this huge effort is now completed; a 6 gig dual-layer DVD .iso file is available for downloading by torrent (the file is simply too large for public distribution via direct download). You may grab the torrent file, and hence the download here.
If you'd like a smaller download and are willing to give up a degree of high resolution, there is an .avi version also available. The torrent can be downloaded here.
The 352nd is happy to assist in the distribution of this documentary; many of our pilots participated in filming some of the scenes. We are seeding the torrent as this announcement is being typed, and will continue to do so.
If you are a flight sim enthusiast and/or an aviation history buff you owe it to yourself to see this work of art. An enormous amount of effort went into it, and the result justifies the effort many fold. There is a good deal of never-before-seen footage here, interviews with surviving veterans, CGI graphics, and much, much more. 2 hours of educational entertainment, all free, and all due to the efforts of Mysticpuma and Monguse. Our hats are off to both of them.