A.E.F., France.

3 photos taken at Remaisnil Aerodrome, in Somme department, northern France, September 9,1918 showing World War I flying aces in front of their planes, each with inked handwritten title and description. The Aces were members of the 148th Squadron which had been formed at Kelly Field, Texas, in late...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Gorrell, Edgar S. (Edgar Staley), 1891-, Patrick, Mason M. (Mason Mathews), 1863-1942
Format: Photo
Published: [United States] : [Air Service, Information Section], [1918]
Table of Contents:
  • 1. 24224. A terror to the Huns (Lt. Elliott W. Springs of Lancaster, S.C. Princeton 1917. In the Cambrai Drive he brought down in flames nine Hun planes by his well directed fire. Remaisnil-Somme 9/9/18)
  • 2. 24238. An American Ace (Lt. Harry Jenkinson, Elizabeth, N.J. Princeton. Remaisnil. Sept. 9, 1918)
  • 3. 24250. Just before a flight over the lines (Lt. F.E. Kindley. American Ace. Coffeyville, Kansas with his plane during push S.E. of Amiens. Sept. 9, 1918)
  • 4. 11177. Battle formation (seventeen American planes in "V" shaped formation. St Mihiel Drive. De Haviland 4's. Liberty motors).