World War I Royal Flying Corps airplanes and flight crews shown during a historical retrospective on the Royal Air Force
United Kingdom Date:1918 Duration:1 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
Part of a British production, circa 1940, highlighting the work of the Royal Air Force during World War II, and discussing the history of the RAF while showing World War I Royal Flying Corps (RFC) images. The Royal Air Force in the United Kingdom. The flag of the Royal Air Force (RAF) on a mast. RAF personnel from all parts of the commonwealth march in a mass formation during World War II, including mainland Great Britain pilots and Indian RAF pilots and crews. A line of aircraft stationed on an airfield in the UK. History of RAF is discussed by narrator, with images from World War I of Royal Flying Corps (then part of British Army) airmen and their aircraft. Views of several World War I aircraft on an airfield and taking off, including the Sopwith Camel, the Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5, the Bristol F.2 Fighter. Royal Flying Corps pilots and crews gathered for group photos.
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