The USAAC Alaska Flight of 1934, progresses through Edmonton and Prince George, Canada
Canada Date:1934 Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Animated map shows propsed course of the U.S. Army Air Corps (USAAC) Alaskan flight, originating in Washington, DC, United States, and heading northwest, across North America, to Alaska. It shows progress to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Next, Canadians are seen waving skywards, and scene shifts to aerial views of the expedition's Martin YB-10 aircraft flying in formation. On the ground at Edmonton, a Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman (RCMP) sits on horseback and talks with one of the fliers. A large crowd of visiters surround YB-10 aircraft parked on display, at an airfield. Several RCMP on horseback patrol the area. The animated map tracks the Alaskan Flight to Prince George, Canada. YB-10s are seen again, flying in formation. View out window of one showing snow-covered mountains.
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