Fliers, of U.S. 94th Aero Squadron, receive American and French decorations in France during World War I.
Rembercourt France Date:1918 Duration:3 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of United States 94th Aero Squadron in France during World War I. United states101st Infantry soldiers play drums and march at Airbase in Rembercourt, France, during World War I. U.S. General Hunter Ligget reviews the parade. Soldiers lined up as the General reviews them, accompanied by high ranking French officers. A French General presents the Croix de guerre medal to three fliers of 94th Aero Squadron, including Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. General and other officers salute as soldiers march past them. U.S. Major General Hunter Liggett, and another U.S. Major General converse. Soldiers, including contingents of French troops continue to march in review. Aircraft and a hangar visible in the background. Major General Hunter Liggett and another U.S. Major General, pose with French officer counterparts.
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