U.S. Army Air Corps 1934 Alaskan flight progressing through Prince George, British Columbia, and White Horse Yukon, Canada
Canada Date:1934 Duration:1 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
YB-10 aircraft, of the U.S. Army Air Corps 1934 Alaskan flight, are parked on a flower-covered meadow in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. An animated map shows onward flight from Prince George, to White Horse, Yukon, Canada. A formation of YB-10s in flight, and then, parked on a grassy field in White Horse. Lieutenant Colonel Henry H. "Hap" Arnold, leader of the expedition, and some of his fliers stand, conversing. In the background, others are busy refueling their aircraft. One flier is seen rolling a 55 gallon drum of gasoline. Animated map depicts futher progress to Fairbanks, Alaska. Views of rivers and mountains, and ground below with patches of snow, as seen from one of the aircraft in flight.
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