U.S. flyers who escaped from internment in Switzerland examine destroyed German warplanes in World War II
France Date:1944 Duration:2 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. flyers, who escaped from Swiss internment, examine remains of destroyed German warplanes at a French airfield. A swastika seen on the tail of an airplane and a German cross on the wing of another. Men stand on the tail of a Nazi airplane. A group stands near the wrecked tail of a large German airplane. A U.S. P-47 aircraft is parked in the background. It has a red cowling, identifying it as belonging to the 56th Fighter Group (likely to the 63rd Fighter Squadron, which in Spring of 1944, showed no squadron color on the tail). .Army Air Force L-5 Sentinel aircraft in flight over a field.
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