Breguet Br14, Salmson 2A2, and SPAD XIII aircraft. American fliers and French officers seen during World War I.
Rembercourt France Date:1918, September Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aviation activities of American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War 1. Breguet Br14 taxiing across field. Spad airplane taking off. Salmson 2A2 taxiing. Trimotor triple-tailed Caproni bomber taxiing. Salmson 2A2 taking off. United States Air Service fliers, of the !st Pursuit Group, including those of the 27th Aero Squadron, pose at Rembercourt Aerodrome. As the camera pans across them from left to right, some of their aircraft are also seen behind them, including SPAD XIII #7 , and at the very end, SPAD XIII #13, the aircraft of the 27th Aero Squadron Commander, Captain Alfred A. Grant (distinguished by its checkered cowl ring). Front view of Salmson 2A2 aircraft. French officers pose in front of two-seat Spad XVI aircraft.
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