American A.E.F. observers pose with French fliers at airfield in World War I. A French Letord twin engine reconnaissance plane.
Viefvillers France Date:1918, May 25 Duration:1 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A French airfield, in World War 1. Escadrille of French Officers, pilots, and American observers (some from the A.E.F. 42nd Infantry, Rainbow Division) pose in front of a Spad biplane on May 25, 1918, in Viefvillers, France. An American flag has been affixed to one of the wing struts of the plane. Front View of a large French Letord twin engine biplane used for armed reconnaissance and photography, parked on a grass field in France. A soldier turns one of its curved propellers.Fliers occupy pilot and gunner positions. Tents seen in background.
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