American planes stationed and a map shows the future commercial air routes of the world.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:1 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
Development in aviation in the United States.Ground crew fueling Fokker T-2 airplane from gasoline cans. Lieutenants Oakley Kelly and John Macready, in 1923, standing by their Fokker T-2 aircraft, upon which is painted: "Army Air Services, Non Stop, Coast to Coast." Fokker T-2 airplane taking off. Army officers looking at several biplanes parked, without propellers. A JN-4H (Jenny) in flight. American military engineers building an airfield in the Pacific during WWII. B-25 sits in middle of construction activity. Crew under a C-47 in snow in the Arctic. A map shows the future commercial air routes of the world.
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