Scenes of town and fliers of American 103rd Aero Squadron in France, during World War I.
Toul France Date:1918 Duration:2 min 37 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aviation activities of American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War 1. American military personnel on street in a town near Toul, France. A French farmer on a tractor pulls an agricultural tool over a grass pasture. A DH-4 Aircraft takes off from a grass flying field. Large group of American fliers pose in front of a line of Spad pursuit airplanes. Some of them hold walking sticks. One holds a pet dog. Several pilots walk to the camera, salute, and walk away. Pilots don their flight gear. Insignia of Indian with full head dress, on fuselage of airplane identifies it as belonging to the American 103rd Aero Pursuit Squadron. A line of 103rd Squadron Spad aircraft start engines, and taxi.
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