Douglas World Cruiser aviators land in the United States and are greeted by a large crowd after their round the world flight.
North America Date:1924 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army Air Service Douglas World Cruisers (DWC) in the United States after their first flight around the world. The pilots of the world cruisers Lieutenant Lowell H. Smith and Lt. Erik H. Nelson land at Labrador. The world cruisers circling. The world cruisers afloat inland. A vessel coming towards a shore. Naval officers greet the aviators. At Maine Coast, three world cruisers flying overhead as seen from a ship. A crowd awaiting the fliers to greet them. View of a harbor with the world cruisers flying overhead. A world cruiser coming in for a landing. The world cruiser afloat. Two men standing on pontoons. The pilots as they alight from a naval vessel. Greetings are exchanged. Fliers talk over a radio.
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