Activities of U.S. 94th Aero Squadron at Airbase in Rembercourt, France during World War I.
Rembercourt France Date:1918, October Duration:3 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of United States 94th Aero Squadron on in France during World War I. Major General Hunter Liggett and U.S. officers discuss a map. General Liggett leaves and French officers join the U.S. officers looking at the map and shake hands. U.S. Officers stand with
Professor Henry Seidel Canby from Yale University. Large group of U.S. airmen gathered around a German aircraft that was shot down on October 2, 1918, by Captain Eddie Rickenbacker and Lieutenant Reed Chambers. Some of them sit while others stand around the plane. United States 101st Infantrymen lined up as a band plays. General Edwards and other officers salute. General presents Squadron members with Distinguished Service Crosses. He pins medals onto their uniforms. Eddie Rickenbacker with aircraft in the background. Officers pose with a plane in the background. An officer smokes a cigarette as he stands against the nose of an aircraft.
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