WW I AIRMEN TRAINING IN FRANCE American airmen training for WW I in France. Military barracks, men practicing gunnery, using the joystick first on the ground, then in the air, take off and landing, a plane upended on its nose.
AMERICAN WW I PILOT ACES American WW I fighter pilots. Pilots of the first AEF aero-squadron lined up for a photo, a pilot being given a medal, pilots shaking hands, pilots of the 103rd aero-squadron walking forward and saluting one by one as narrator identifies them, ace pilots posing with planes, a pilot smoking, Edward Rickenbacker with plane
WW I AIRPLANE FACTORIES Excellent and extensive footage of American factories where planes were built for WW I. Every stage of production - building, assembling, painting, testing, disassembly, transport, reassembly - and every plane part - wings, propellers, engines, bombs, etc. Both men and women working.
FIGHTER PLANES MOBILIZED IN 1918 Newly constructed American planes take to the air in WW I. Curtains open and a plane is pushed out, planes lined up, planes taking off, planes in flight. Also, a map of St. Michiel
WW I RECRUITS DRILLED INTO SHAPE New army recruits drilled into shape. Civilians walk in a line with their bags, then men do drills with wooden rifles, then soldiers in full uniform march down the road.
AMERICANS PREP TO FLY IN WW I Army airmen prepare for WW I. A soldier shoots a machine gun, leather flying gear is issued, planes are checked and flown, bombs dropped, officers take notes, airmen go to Europe for advanced training. 1
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