Several aircraft used for observation and other missions during World War I
France Date:1917 Duration:1 min 15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
French airplanes used for observation in World War 1. A twin engine Caudron airplane parked, with engines running, on a grass field. A Sopwith two-place 1-1/2 strutter airplane with Scarff ring-mounting for Lewis gun in rear cockpit. Tail number P I-A2 visible on rudder which is being moved by an aviator in the cockpit. Another person stands next to the aircraft, which is parked in front of a hangar. Next scene show ground crewman turning propeller on a Salmson 2 airplane parked in front of a hangar. Closeup of the airplane with engine running and two aviators on board. Closeup of the aircraft engine.
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