The U.S. 96th Aero Squadron at the First Air Depot in Colombey-les-Belles, France during World War 1. Chief of Air Service, American Expeditionary Forbce, Brigadier General Benjamin D. Foulois and other officers look over De Havilland DH-4 biplane bombers parked at the air base. Their tails are painted in the French scheme, with blue-white-red vertical stripes. Brigadier General Foulois gets into the cockpit of one of the aircraft. He poses for the camera, beside an airplane, smoking his pipe. He and his staff stroll across the grassy field past parked airplanes.
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