Men holding Service flag in honor of members of the USA Air Service at De Mille Field in Hollywood, California on Air Memorial Day. Soldiers marching. Planes on field. Mary Pickford gives Service flag to Colonel H. A. Arnold. Hoisting flag. Ovation from the audience. Shakes hand with officers. Navy sailors marching.
Title notes that we are seeing the 'Ream Field team doing their best.' The flying team performs aerobatics at De Mille Field, Hollywood, California on Air Memorial Day.
Major event of Air Memorial Day commences at De Mille Field in Hollywood, California. A soldier speaks on loudspeaker. Notable military fliers stand and converse near cordoned grass field. Numerous airplanes are poised for takeoff at end of field. Large crowd of spectators stands around the field. Formation of airplanes flies overhead displaying letters that spell out "Duty, honor, and Country."
Captain A. C. Balsley, member of the Lafayette Escadrille, stands near a plane at De Mille Field in Hollywood, California on Air Memorial Day. It is noted that Captain Balsley is the first to be wounded at Verdun, and met the requirements to receive the French Medaille Militaire and Croix de Guerre. Captain Balsley walks away, using a cane. Captain Balsley talking with other officers. A soldier holding rifle.
People gather around an English SE 5 plane at De Mille Field in Hollywood, California. People around a captured German Fokker. Two captured German maxim rapid fire guns shown by a man in front of Fokker plane number 8530/18.
Mary Pickford and a group of distinguished guests at De Mille Field in Hollywood, California on Air Memorial Day. Officers with Mary Pickford. Admiral William Fullam talks with officers. Frank A Garbutt,member of LAAC and Colonel Henry (Hap) A. Arnold talking near a car. They see a plane flying. Lieutenants Bruce McNeil and Howard Rath, DSC walking.