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P-40 with Orin Welch, Dick Rossi, Charlie Sharkey, Dick Snell, and Jimmy Fox in Kunming China.   Source: National Archives and Records Administration via San Diego Air and Space Museum.

with Orin Welch, Dick Rossi, Charlie Sharkey, Dick Snell, and Jimmy Fox in Kunming China. Source: National Archives and Records Administration via San Diego Air and Space Museum.

"Farman" of the French Air Force, 1917

"Farman" of the French Air Force, 1917

World War I. German plane crashed down in the French sector of Autoval (Oise, France). In May 1918. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

World War I. German plane, Albatross, crashed down in the French sector of Autoval (Oise, France).

World War One German Aviator Lt. Josef Mai by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives, via Flickr

Josef Mai, recipient of the Iron Cross (first and second class) who during the Great War was credited with 30 aerial victories. He fought during the German offensive for Paris, and fought around Warsaw on the Eastern Front in 1915

B-17 "Hell's Angels" with Air and Ground Crews

This tail number was named Hell’s Angels after the 1930 Howard Hughes movie about World War I fighter pilots. Assigned to the Bombardment Squadron of the Bombardment Group

27 December 1917: No 1 Squadron with Nieuport 24s and 17s at Bailleul in France.

The Nieuport 24 was a French biplane fighter aircraft during World War I designed by Gustave Delage as a replacement for the successful Nieuport 17 .

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