Photographs of targets are developed at Second Aviation Instruction Center in France during World War I.
France Date:1918 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities at Second Aviation Instruction Center in France during World War I. A target placer moves a target about as directed by a U.S. gunner. A gunner looks down wooden tracks at a model aircraft mounted on a tripod. The tripod moves directly towards the gunner. The gunner fires at the model aircraft. An entrance to the headquarters. 'Photographic Laboratory' sign on a doorway. An airman walks to the door and stops. He removes a film magazine from a stimulated 30 caliber gun camera. He hands the film magazine to a U.S. officer and salutes. The officer enters a building. Finished prints hanging and drying in the laboratory. A soldier carries a print over to an Evaluation Officer. The soldier checks the finished print for hits upon the same from the gunnery practice.
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