A French Spad 11 aircraft takes off and lands at an airfield in France during World War I.
France Date:1918 Duration:2 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aviation activities in France during World War I. A French Spad 11 aircraft parked at an airfield. American observer Lieutenant J. P. Harmon of the 149th Field Artillery and pilot Kalley walk towards and climb into the cockpit of the aircraft. The propeller is turned, wheel chocks are removed and the aircraft taxis out. A hangar and a ground crewman in the background. 42nd Escadrille insignia, the Ibis, an Egyptian bird, is on the side of the aircraft. The aircraft makes a take off run from the airfield. A Spad 13 aircraft in a low flight. It lands. Lt. J. P. Harmon standing in the cockpit of the Spad 13 hands photographic plates to a ground crewman. 42nd Escadrille insignia on the side of the fuselage.
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