B-10 bombers fly from Washington DC to Alaska and back, led by Lt. Col Henry H. Arnold.
Washington DC USA Date:1934 Duration:40 sec Sound:Yes
Ten Martin B-10 bombers taxi and take off from Bolling Field, Washington, DC, for mapping flight to Alaska, and back. View of Army Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel Henry H. Arnold, who commands the operation. The ten Martin B-10 bombers in formation, flying overhead. Scene changes to their return, as B-10 bombers are seen flying over the Potomac River at Washington, DC. Colonel Arnold, standing with some of his pilots, accepts the MacKay Trophy from Secretary of War George Dern for their accomplishment.
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