Activities of U.S. 96th Aero Squadron at the First Air Depot in Colombey-les-Belles, France during World War I. Hangars of the First Aero Depot and mechanics working on French Spad XIII biplane fighters, Spad XVI, and Sopwith 1-1/2-Strutter biplane reconnaissance aircraft parked on a ramp at a French air base. Large canvas-covered maintenance hangars in the background. Two Spad XIIIs, a Spad VII and four British Sopwith 1-1/2-Strutter biplanes parked in front of the canvas-covered hangars. Sopwith 1-1/2-Strutter in a flight line at the air base. Mechanics push a Spad VII. A group of officers get in cockpits and looks over a group of Spad XIIIs at the air base.
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