U.S. soldiers look through antiaircraft tracking devices and man antiaircraft guns in France during World War I.
France Date:1918 Duration:2 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The American Expeditionary Forces ( AEF ) in France during World War I. An aircraft in flight. Troops of the 35th Infantry Division, the 2nd and the 148th Field Artillery Regiments and the 56th Engineers mechanical operate antiaircraft tracking, sighting and timing devices. Several soldiers look through instruments on tripod stands. Two soldiers look through an instrument on a tripod stand. Two other soldiers look through a different instrument. A soldier looks through an instrument. Two soldiers look through an instrument. A soldier with earphones stands nearby. Soldiers man an antiaircraft gun. Other soldiers nearby. Antiaircraft shells are picked up, passed and loaded in the antiaircraft gun. The gun is fired. Aircraft in flight overhead. Flak bursts in the sky. People around piles of dry wooden sticks.
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