A group of officers stands beside a Salmson 2 A.2 aircraft parked at an airfield in Meuse, France.
Meuse France Date:1918, October 18 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aviation activities in France during World War I. A Salmson 2 A.2 aircraft parked at an airfield in Meuse, France. French pilots and observers of the 28th Escadrille of the French Army stand beside the aircraft. A man in the observer's cockpit turns a machine gun left and right at the aviation camp. Lieutenant Asnard of the 28th Escadrille standing in the observer's cockpit of the Salmson 2 A.2 turns a machine gun left and right and aims it. White Elephant insignia on a side of the aircraft. Captain Paul Daum, Commanding Officer of the 28th Escadrille, stands in the observer's cockpit of a Salmson 2 A.2 working with a machine gun and removes ammunition canisters. A group of officers of the 28th Escadrille stands beside a Salmson 2 A.2. These include Capt. Paul Daum, Capt. Morette of the Aero Photo Section, pilot Lt. Lucien Dautresme, pilot Lt. Dupont, observer Lt. Asnard, observer Lt. Blanc, observer Lt. Mettas, observer Lt. Boug and pilot Adj. Moulon.
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