Career of U.S. Air Force General Henry (Hap) Arnold. World War One and the period between the wars.
United States USA Date:1918 Duration:3 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
Newspaper headline in Washington post reads 'United States and Germany at War'. Civilians recruited into the army. American pilots of the 103rd Aero Pursuit Squadron, in France, with their Spad aircraft. American airplane factories in operation. (Many women workers are seen.) Celebrations at end of World War I. Airplanes, under command of General Billy Mitchell bomb obsolete warships in demonstration. Postwar flyers and wing walkers. Stuntmen parachute from high buildings and airplanes. Aircraft flying forest fire patrols. Lieutenant Colonel Arnold commands emergency airlift and drop of food to snowbound Indians in American Southwest, in 1932. World War I scene of American 103rd Aero Pursuit Squadron Spad airplanes taking off, in France. Lieutenant Colonel Hap Arnold with his family.
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