U.S. Army Air Service air crews train in Curtiss Jenny (JN-4) airplanes during World War I.
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:3 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Trainees from U.S. Army Air Service or Aviation Section of U.S. Signal Corps undergo training in World War 1. A JN-4 with pilot and rear gunner aboard, takes off on a dirt field. Another JN-4 airplane in flight near the plane. They participate in mock aerial dogfights. Aircrew trainees watch from porch of a building and point skyward as a JN-4 performs aerobatics, including several loops. A captain makes notes and looks at the airplane through binoculars.
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