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ARC Identifier: 66815
Title: THE ARMY AIR CORPS AND CIVILIAN AVIATION IN 1935 NEWSREELS, 1935
Creator: Department of Defense. Department of the Air Force. (09/26/1947 - ) (Most Recent)
Type of Archival  Materials:
Moving Images
Level of  Description:
Item from Record Group 342: Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations, 1900 - 1991
Location: Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Records LICON, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-M), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001 PHONE: 301-837-3540, FAX: 301-837-3620, EMAIL: mopix@nara.gov
Production Date: 1935
Part of: Series: Motion Picture Films and Video Recordings, 1946 - 1984
Shot List Summary: Clips from 1935 newsreels highlight the launch of the gondola Explorer II; the Thompson Trophy Race; the J.P. Mitchell Trophy Race for AAC pilots; Clem Stone tree-fall parachutist performing; the first commercial air mail plane, Martin 130 China Clipper lands in Manila; West Point cadets receiving aviation training; the Boeing Model 299 (XB-17) in flight; four OA-4A's landing and taking off; the Army's new air base, Hamilton Field, California; and the Army airship TC-14 in flight. WINGS OF THE EAGLE. PATHE NEWS. 15' CU newspaper headline: BRITAIN ADDS $19,750,000.00 TO ARMY BUDGET. 23' Newspaper headline reading: BRITAIN TO INCREASE AF. ANNOUNCES PLANS TO ADD 25 SQUADRONS TO FLEET DURING 1935 AND 1936. 29' Newspaper headline reading: BRITAIN TO INCREASE ARMS, LOSS OF FAITH IN PACT SEEN. WHITE PAPER CITES WEAKNESS OF SECURITY TREATIES -- GERMAN PERIL AND REARMING OF JAPAN AND UNITED STATES -- date of newspaper March 5, 1935. Newspaper headlines are transposed over scenes of bi-winged aircraft in flight. 37' Map of Europe with dotted lines between London, Berlin and Paris and flying time written on the dotted lines -- the map is transposed over scenes of Naval vessels underway and bi-winged airplanes in flight. 70' LS low angle, large flight of P-12's in flight. LS low angle of large formation of 0-38's in flight. 81' Map of the US showing location of Langley Field transposed over scenes of parked aircraft and aircraft in flight. 108' Several scenes of B-3 and B-10 aircraft in flight -- scenes are transposed over figure of an eagle. 134'PREPARED BY JACK DARROCK. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS. 141' US BUILDS WORLD'S GREATEST AIR BASE ON PACIFIC COAST. 151' MS pan right with a large number of P-26's and a B-10 parked on flight line at Hamilton Field, California. 167' MLS left FV large number of P-26's parked in a row -- B-10 parked in fg. Series of AV's of hangars and aircraft parked on flight line at Hamilton Field. 206' UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL. DAYTON, OHIO. ARMY PREPARES FOR NEW STRATO-RECORD FLIGHT. 213' MCU pan left with a high altitude gondola on a dolly being pulled by a tug -- several civilians are walking beside the gondola as it moves across the concrete strip -- buildings in bg. 234' Several scenes of equipment being loaded into the gondola. 259' Series of scenes of a parachute 80 feet in diameter, used to lower the gondola to the earth, being inflated on the ground. 275' FLING HIGH, WIDE, AND HANDSOME. PATHE NEWS. 287' Two scenes of nine A-12's taking off together and in flight low over the ground at the National Air Races at Miami. Florida. 302' LS low angle, pan left with 17 bi-winged aircraft in two rows in flight to the left -- nine in the first row and eight in the second row. 308' LS low angle, 17 bi-winged aircraft spelling out the letters AC in flight to the left. 312'MLS high angle of crowd-filled grandstands a LS low angle of flight of eight bi-winged Marine Corps aircraft, in flight to the right, dropping small bombs which explode on the ground. 319' LS high angle, cloud of smoke passing over crowd in grandstands. 321' MLS low angle of a bi-winged aircraft trailing white smoke, climbing and going into a flat spin. 342' LS low angle, pan down with a man trailing flour, free-falling, waving his arms and hat, opening chute and then landing standing up (according to sound track, name of man is Clem stone) -- several high mono-winged aircraft and several bi-winged aircraft parked in bg. 403' PATHE TRADE MARK. 407' MS right FV three P-12's and three A-26's with skis attached to wheels, parked in a row. MS group of pilots standing in front of an 0-43A. MS pilot, standing in front of a P-26, putting on a cold weather flying mask. 423' CU one of the combination ski and wheel landing gears. 427' MCU pan left with an A-12 taxiing to left 432' MLS to MS to LS pan right with three A-12's in flight low over ground just after takeoff. 443' AVIATION. SUPERVISED BY JACK KUHNE. DESCRIBED BY LOWELL THOMAS. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS. 448' US ARMY AIRMEN BRING DOWN ENEMY IN TARGET PRACTICE. 459' Series of scenes of three B-6A's in flight over rural topography with two gunners firing at a sleeve-type tow target. 514' AVIATION. PREPARED BY AL BRICK. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS. 645' 39 AIRPLANES HOP FROM CALIFORNIA TO ALABAMA. 655' Series of scenes of 39 P-26's stationary, with engines running, taxiing and taking off three at a time. 682' Series of AV's of the 39 P-26's in flight. 742' MUROC DRY LAKE, CALIFORNIA. HEARST METROTONE NEWS. 749' LS several scenes low angle, pan left with 40 P-26's in flight low over desert -- bombs are dropped from aircraft and explode in the desert. 764' Six P-26's in flight to the left -- bombs are released and camera pans with the descent and explosion of bomb. 782' LS to MLS FV P-26 dives toward camera, pulls up and passes out upper frame. 785' Bomb exploding in desert. 788' Series of LS's low angle, pan left with 40 P-26's in flight over desert -- bombs released from the aircraft explode in the desert. 806' Several scenes of two Army officers inspecting unexploded bombs in the desert. 820' PARAMOUNT NEWS. PLANES IN DEFENSE HOP, WASHINGTON. ARMY BOMBERS POINT FOR THE CANAL ZONE, 10,000 MILE JUMP. TEST SPEED OF EMERGENCY AIR UNITS. 837' Two scenes of Army pilots looking at a map in front of a parked B-10. 852' Series of AV's of B-10's in flight over water, mountainous topography and clouds. 907' AVIATION. SUPERVISED BY JACK KUHNE. DESCRIBED BY LOWELL THOMAS FOX MOVIETONE NEWS. 915' ALS high angle of a large number of P-26's, B-6A's and an unidentified aircraft parked in rows on flight line. 927' MCU Brig. Gen. Frank Andrews making a speech. MLS FV low angle, large flight of A-3's in flight toward camera. 963' LS right FV low angle, large number of B-6A's in flight. 969' Several scenes of a large number of P-12's and P-6E's in flight. 985' MCU Brig. Gen. Andrews and staff standing on flight line looking up at sky -- spectators and hangar in bg. 987' LS low angle, large number of bi-winged aircraft banking to the right. 996' LS low angle, pan right with large number of P-6E's and P-l2's in flight. 1005' Total footage in reel. Reel 2 -- RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA HEARST METROTONE NEWS. 7' MS RV Army ground crewmen pulling the Explorer II gondola on a dolly out of a building. 13' MS Explorer II gondola on dolly, lettering on side of gondola reads: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, US ARMY AIR CORPS. 18' Series of scenes of gas cylinders used to inflate the Explorer II balloon. 30' MS Explorer II gondola -- tree-lined hillside in bg. 36' Several scenes of Capt. Albert Stevens checking equipment in the gondola. 49' MS Capt Stevens and Capt Orvil Anderson standing beside the Explorer II gondola. 55" UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL WEST POINTERS BEGIN TRAINING AS BIRD MEN. GRAHAM MCNAMEE. 66' Series of scenes of West Point cadets getting out of truck, standing in formation in front of a building, then entering building. 83' Ms ground crewmen helping West Point cadet put on parachute on flight line -- other cadets watch. 90' Sequence of scenes of West Point cadets, wearing flying gear, standing at parade rest on flight line. 103' MCU West Point cadets marching toward and passing on either side of camera. 107' MCU RV West Point cadets, wearing flying gear, marching from camera. 109' MLS large formation of West Point cadets marching on flight line -- several B-6's parked in bg. 113' MCU low angle, West Point cadet climbing into gunner's cockpit on a B-6. 119' MS FV pan left to several B-6A's with engines running parked on flight line. 125' Several scenes of B-6A's taxiing on flight line. 138' LS left RV seven B-6A's taxiing on grassy field. 142' MCU FV camera in another aircraft, B-6A taxiing on grassy field and a second B-6A taxiing in bg. l44' MLS left RV B-6A taking off. Series of scenes of a number of B-6A's in flight. 202' UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL. THOMPSON TROPHY WON BY NEUMANN FLYING 220 MILES PER HOUR. GRAHAM MCNAMEE. 213' MS crowd-filled grandstands. 218' MCU of Clem Stone wearing special suit with webbing between legs and under arms for free-fall gliding. 223' MCU large crowd. 226' LS low angle, Clem Stone wearing the special suit, free-fall gliding and executing an outside loop, then folding his arms and parachute opening. (Information about the outside loop taken from sound track.) 258' Crowd-filled grandstand at the Cleveland National Air Races. 260' MLS pan left with seven aircraft taking off for the 1935 Thompson Trophy Race, including Roscoe Turner in a Wedell-Williams racer, Harold Neumann in a Howard "Special" named MR. MULLIGAN, and Lee Miles in a Seversky amphibian. 308' MLS pan left with fly-by of Roscoe Turner in the Wedell-Williams racer No. 57. 316' MLS low angle, pan left with fly-by of two contestants in the Thompson Trophy race. 331' MLS pan left with fly-by of Harold Neumann in the Howard "special." 346' LS Roscoe Turner's Wedell-Williams racer in flight trailing white smoke. 350' MLS pan left with the Wedell-Williams racer trailing white smoke, landing -- several fire trucks going to the aircraft. 369' CU Roscoe Turner standing in the cockpit of his Wedell-Williams racer. 379' MLS low angle, pan left with fly-by of Harold Neumann in the Howard "special." 387' MLS official waving checked flag. 390' MLS pan left with the Howard "special" landing. 394' Several scenes with live sound of Roscoe Turner congratulating Harold Neumann for his victory in the 1935 Thompson Trophy Race -- large crowd in bg. 429' STRATOSPHERE BAG COLLAPSES. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 435' ALS high angle of the stratobowl near Rapid City, South Dakota. 442' several scenes of the Explorer II balloon being inflated. 459' several scenes of the inflation of the Explorer II balloon. (Night scenes) 473' MS crowd watching the inflation of the balloon. 477' MLS the Explorer II gondola at night. 482' MCU Capt. Stevens talking into microphone -- live sound as he gives the approximate time of launch. 493' Several MLS's high angle as the fully inflated Explorer II balloon collapses and falls to ground. (Night scenes) 526' UNIVERSAL NEWSPAPER NEWSREEL. COPYRIGHT 1935 BY UNIVERSAL PICTURE CORPORATION. CARL LAEMMLE. 529' Fade in of the words, "The Talk of the World." 534' Series of scenes of aircraft workers constructing Martin B-10 bombers at the Martin Plant, Baltimore, Maryland. 592' HUSH BOMBER TAKES THE AIR. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 599' MS right FV, Boeing Model 299 as it is turned around to the left, in front of hangar -- group of civilians and automobiles in fg. 610' MCU FV low angle, two men standing on ladder checking nose on the Boeing Model 299. 618' MS right RV Boeing Model 299 parked on flight line. 624' MS FV Boeing Model 299 parked on taxi strip, engines running. 629' MLS pan left with the Boeing Model 299 taking off. 642' Several AV's of the Boeing Model 299 with wheels down in flight over clouds. 657' EDGEWOOD, MARYLAND. HEARST METROTONE NEWS 663' Series of scenes of an A-12 laying a smoke screen over water as seen from cameras on the ground and in the aircraft; chemical bombs exploding on the shore; and troop-filled boats moving through the smoke screens. 723' LANGLEY FIELD, VIRGINIA. HEARST METROTONE NEWS. 725' Several scenes of Maj. Gen. Frank Andrews standing on a float looking at a B-12A sea plane. 732' MCU low angle, Maj. Gen. Andrews getting into cockpit of the B-12A. 736' Several scenes of the B-12A taking off from water. 757' Series of AV's of the B-12A in flight over land, water and cloud. 771' MS pan left with the B-12A landing on water. 782' CLEVELAND SKY-SHOW DRAWS U.S. ACES. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 789' LS high angle of a large number of automobiles parked in field. 795' Large crowd in grandstand at Cleveland National Air Races. 802' Several scenes of V-shaped formations of bi-winged aircraft, resembling the P-12, in flight. 817' LS FV three P-26's flying toward camera low overground, pulling up and executing inside loop. 825' MLS low angle of three P-12's in flight to the right executing a 360 degree left wingover. 833' LS high angle of crowd-filled grandstands. 837' LS low angle of two C-7A's in flight to the right as five parachutists jump from each aircraft. 842' LS low angle, pan down with Clem Stone trailing flour, free-falling, and chute opening. 851' MS crowd-filled grandstand. 856' MLS Clem Stone landing in front of grandstand. 861' Series of scenes of three bi-winged aircraft trailing smoke, executing inside and outside loops at the Cleveland National Air Races 1935. 888' BIGGEST BLIMP TAKES TO AIR. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 892' AMS high angle of the Army's new non-rigid airship, the TC-14 -- ground crewmen holding onto lines from airship, at Scott Field, Illinois. 899' MS TC-14 at portable mooring -- ground crewmen standing around ship, a smaller airship in flight in bg. 906' MS ground crewmen holding onto lines and pulling the TC-14 to the left -- a tractor is pulling the portable mooring, in the bg. 911' MS camera outside observation car showing helmsman and commander at controls of the airship. 916' MS TC-14 in flight low over ground just after release. 928' MLS camera in observation car of another blimp, TC-14 in flight over rural topography -- commander and helmsman of the camera ship in fg. 933' Several AV's of the TC-14 in flight over St. Louis, Missouri. 946' AMLS right SV high angle, TC-14 in flight over wooded area. 952' US TRIES OUT COAST DEFENSE. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 959' ABERDEEN, MARYlAND. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 965' MS large crowd at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds -- aircraft parked in bg. MLS 14-inch disappearing artillery rifle is raised to firing position, fired, and then recoiled to a flat position -- rifle is flanked by two 14-inch artillery rifles mounted on railway carriages -- large crowd of civilian and military personnel in fg. 979' MLS Christie ten-ton tank moving toward and through wooden frame house and out other side. 987' MLS to MCU two ten-ton tanks underway on open field. 992' ALS high angle, 12 B3-6A's in flight. 999' AMS low angle, two B-10's in flight to the right. 1005 MLS right FV low angle, three B-6A's in flight to the right -- bombs are released from the aircraft. 1011' LS bombs exploding in the field. 1023' FT MONROE, VIRGINIA. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 1027' MLS crews loading and firing two 12-inch railroad howitzers. 1037' MLS shells explode in water near practice target -- camera is on ship towing the practice target. 1042' MS low angle, observers looking through telescopes on platform. 1047' Two 12-inch railroad howitzers being fired. 1055' Total footage in reel. Reel 3 -- ARMY SKY GUNS RAKE TARGETS. PARAMOUNT NEWS. 7' Series of scenes of P-12's in flight low over ground strafing practice targets and the targets being hit by bullets. 44' several scenes of three A-12's laying smoke screen over a landing field. 58' Several scenes of two six-plane flights of P-12's flying through smoke screen. 74' LS low angle, 18 P-12's in two lines of nine planes each, banking in left turn. 74' several AV's of 15 P-12's, in flights of three planes each, flying over clouds. 87' ARMY CAPTAIN FLIES 214 MILES PER HOUR TO WIN MITCHELL TROPHY. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS. 95' MLS high angle, large crowd at Selfridge Field, Michigan, for the 1935 J.L. Mitchell Trophy Race. 100' MS left FV of a number of P-26's with engines running in a row on flight line. 110' MCU Army General William Mitchell talking with an Army major. 114' Series of scenes of P-26's taking off and several of the aircraft in single flight low over ground. 139' MCU Army General, Mitchell standing with an Army major, looking up at sky. 142' Several scenes of fly-by's of P-26's -- an Army officer waves checked flag as aircraft passes him. 154' MS Capt. Carl E.G. Gimmler, standing between Brig. Gen. Andrews and Gen. Mitchell, holding the J.L. Mitchell Trophy -- large crowd in bg. (Gimmler's' speed for the Mitchell Trophy race was 214.68 miles per hour.) 159' STRATOFLIGHT. PATHE NEWS. 169' Series of scenes of the inflation of the Explorer II balloon in the stratobowl in North Dakota. 191' MCU Capt. Stevens leaning out the porthole in the gondola and Capt Anderson standing beside the Explorer II gondola. 197' MS pan with launch of the Explorer II. 213' Series of scenes from aerial and ground cameras of the Explorer II gondola and balloon in flight. 243' MLS high angle, power station. 246' MS & CU of several circuit panels and gauges in power station 252' Several scenes of a family of four sitting in their living room listening to Capt. Steven's voice over radio (live sound). 265' Several AV's of the descent and impact of the Explorer II gondola and balloon. 286' Series of scenes of men standing around the Exlorer II balloon on the ground, Capt. Stevens and Capt. Anderson sitting on top of the Explorer II gondola, men unhooking the balloon cables from the gondola, large crowd at scene of impact, and Capt. Stevens and Capt. Anderson standing beside the Explorer II gondola on a large dolly. 317'FIRST METROTONE NEWS. STRATOSPHERE HOP SETS WORLD RECORD. ARMY FLYERS GO 14 M1LES UP IN GIANT BALLOON AT RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA. 330' Several scenes of the inflation of the Explorer II balloon. (Night scenes) 348' MS group of men pushing the Explorer II gondola on dolly. (Night scene) 356' MS large group of men holding cables from Explorer II gondola and walking across ground to the right. 361' MCU Capt. Stevens and Capt Anderson standing beside the Explorer II gondola -- Capt. Anderson climbs into the gondola. 376' MS low angle of the inflated Explorer II balloon at night. 380' Artwork showing Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, North Dakota and the stratobowl near Rapid City, South Dakota. 392' Series of aerial and ground scenes of the launching of the Explorer II gondola and balloon in flight. 457' ALS impact of the Explorer II balloon and gondola. 465' Series of scenes of the Explorer II balloon on ground and technicians unhooking balloon cables from gondola -- a civilian holds one of the instruments. 488' Civilian holding instrument and pointing to it -- large crowd at impact site with Capt. Stevens and Capt. Anderson standing beside the Explorer II gondola. 502' MANILA ROARS A WELCOME TO CHINA CLIPPER. FOX MOVIETONE NEWS. 510' ALS Martin Model 130 China Clipper, in flight over Manila. 520' ALS large crowd at shore at Manila Bay. 526' AMS left SV Martin Model 130 China Clipper banking away from camera. 533' MS large crowd. 536' Series of scenes from aerial and ground cameras of the Martin Model 130 China Clipper in flight over Manila and landing in Manila Bay. 565' MS high angle large crowd. 566' MS China Clipper crew standing under large floral arc over pier, sign on the floral arc reads: THE FILIPINO PEOPLE WELCOME THE CHINA CLIPPER AS THE DOVE OF PEACE AND GOOD WILL, word MABUHAY on the bottom of the sign -- large crowd in fg. 573' MS high angle of the crew members of the China Clipper and several Filipino dignitaries standing under the floral arc -- crowd in fg. 586' Several scenes of the captain of the China Clipper handing the Philippine President Manuel Quezon a letter from President Roosevelt. (Live sound) 624' UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL. BAT-MAN ASTOUNDS THOUSANDS. GRAHAM MCNAMEE. 635' LS low angle, pan right with flight of eight A-12's, in flight to the right low over ground. 648' MLS low angle, pan right with seven B-10's in flight to the right. 667' ELS low angle, large formation of fighter-type aircraft in flight under clouds. 674' MCU FV Clem Stone wearing a flying suit with webbing under arms and between his legs, turns around showing the back of the suit -- two bi-winged aircraft parked in bg. 686' MS crowd-filled grandstands. 690' LS low angle, pan left with aircraft trailing white smoke in flight to the left -- Clem Stone trailing flour jumps from the aircraft -- camera pans with Clem Stone soaring downward, chute opening and landing in front of a row of parked A-12's. 807' CU Clem Stone. 813' UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL. BOMBER HELD FAST BY SNOW BANK IN FORCED LANDING. GRAHAM MCNAMEE. 823' Series of scenes of a Y1C-19 parked in a snow-covered field, workers digging snow from around wheel of the Y1C-19, three crew members standing beside the aircraft, and the aircraft attempting to take off from the snow-covered field. 877' NEWS FLASHES. PATHE NEWS. 888' Series of scenes with live sound of Gen. Pershing, US Army Retired, presenting Capt. Stevens and Capt. Anderson with the National Geographic society Hubbard Gold Medal -- Capt. Stevens and Capt Anderson thank Gen. Pershing for the award. 948' ARMY WRAPS MANHATTEN IN SMOKE SCREEN. PARMOUNT NEWS. 952' Series of scenes of several aircraft resembling O-39's, in flight, laying smoke screens around the New York Harbor, an LB-6 in flight trailing smoke screen, people on sidewalks looking up at sky, and the smoke screens enveloping the harbor and buildings in downtown New York. 1045' Total footage in reel. Good (Basic: Dupe neg)
Access  Restrictions:
Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted
Specific Records  Type:
motion pictures (visual works)
General Note: Contributor: Producer, Paramount, Pathe, Movietone, Universal and Hearst Metrotone
Sound Type: Sound
Edit Status: Edited
Variant Control  Number(s):
NAIL Control Number: NWDNM(m)-342-USAF-23772
Local Identifier: NWDNM(m)-342-USAF-23772
    Copy 1
Copy Status: Preservation
Storage Facility: National Archives at College Park - Archives II (College Park, MD)
         Media
Media Type: Film Reel
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 1
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: MPS, 1060 feet
Film: 35 mm, Film: MPT, 1060 feet
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 2
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: MPS, 955 feet
Film: 35 mm, Film: MPT, 955 feet
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 3
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: MPS, 1080 feet
Film: 35 mm, Film: MPT, 1080 feet
    Copy 2
Copy Status: Reproduction
Storage Facility: National Archives at College Park - Archives II (College Park, MD)
         Media
Media Type: Film Reel
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 1
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: DNC, 1060 feet
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 2
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: DNS, 955 feet
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 3
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: DNC, 1080 feet
    Copy 3
Copy Status: Reference
Storage Facility: National Archives at College Park - Archives II (College Park, MD)
         Media
Media Type: Film Reel
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 1
Black-and-White, Film: 35 mm, Film: PPC, 1060 feet
    Copy 4
Copy Status: Reference
Storage Facility: National Archives at College Park - Archives II (College Park, MD)
         Media
Media Type: Video Cassette
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 1
1/2 inch, Video: VHS
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 2
1/2 inch, Video: VHS
Reel/Tape/Disc #: 3
1/2 inch, Video: VHS


Index Terms

Subjects Represented in the Archival Material
Acrobatics
Air Shows -- US -- Florida -- Miami
Air Shows -- US -- Florida, Miami
Air Shows -- US -- Michigan -- Selfridge Field
Air Shows -- US -- Ohio -- Cleveland
Aircraft Names -- Mr. Mulligan
Aircraft, Lighter-than-Air -- Blimps -- TC-14
Aircraft, USAF -- Attack -- A-12 -- Aerial Formation
Aircraft, USAF -- Attack -- A-12 -- Taking off
Aircraft, USAF -- Attack -- A-12 -- Taxiing
Aircraft, USAF -- Attack -- A-3 -Aerial Formation
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-10 -- Aerial Single
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-12A -- Aerial Single
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-12A -- Landing on water
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-12A -- Taking off (from water)
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-3 -- Aerial Single
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-6A -- Aerial Formation
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-6A -- Guns, firing
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-6A -- Taking off
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-6A -- Taxiing
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B-6A -- Warming up
Aircraft, USAF -- Bomber -- B6A -- Bombs away
Aircraft, USAF -- Bombers -- B-10 -- Assembling
Aircraft, USAF -- Bombers -- XB-17 (Model 299) -- Aerial Single
Aircraft, USAF -- Bombers -- XB-17 (Model 299) -- Ground handling
Aircraft, USAF -- Bombers -- XB-17 (Model 299) -- Stationary
Aircraft, USAF -- Bombers -- XB-17 (Model 299) -- Taking off
Aircraft, USAF -- Bombers -- XB-17 -- (Model 299) -- Landing gear
Aircraft, USAF -- Cargo -- C7A -- Dropping parajumpers
Aircraft, USAF -- Cargo -- Y1C-19 -- Maintenance
Aircraft, USAF -- Cargo -- Y1C-19 -- Stationary
Aircraft, USAF -- Cargo -- Y1C-19 -- Taking off
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- A-12 -- Laying smoke screen
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- A-26 -- Parking areas
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- A-26 -- Skids
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-12 -- Aerial Maneuvers
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-12 -- Guns, firing
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-12 -- Laying smoke screen
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-12 -- With other Aircraft -- P-6E
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Aerial Formation
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Aerial Maneuvers
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Aerial Single
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Bombs away
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Parking areas
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Taking off
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Taxiing
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P-26 -- Warming up
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter -- P6E -- With other Aircraft -- P-12
Aircraft, USAF -- Fighter-P-12 -- Aerial Formation
Aircraft, USAF -- Liaison -- LB-6 -- Laying smoke screen
Aircraft, USAF -- Observation -- O-38 -- Aerial Formation
Aircraft, USAF -- Observation -- O-39
Aircraft, USAF -- Observation -- O-43A -- Stationary
Aircraft, UsAF -- Fighter -- P-12 -- Parking areas
Airfield Facilities -- Parking areas, Aircraft
Airfields & Air Bases -- US -- California -- Hamilton Field
Balloons
Bombs -- Description -- Type or name -- Chemical
Bombs -- Dropping and (or) Exploding -- By US -- Tests
Bombs -- Duds
Briefing -- US -- AF -- Exterior
Ceremonies -- Presentation -- Awards
Ceremonies -- Presentation -- Letters
Ceremonies -- Presentation -- Mitchell Trophy
Clipper
Flights -- Formation
Flights -- High altitude
Flights -- Speed
Flights -- Speed (Thompson Trophy Race)
Flights -- Trans-ocean
Gondolas
Hangars -- In US -- Exterior
Headgear
History -- 1935
Industries -- Operation -- Aircraft
Instruments -- Sighting -- Telescopes
Landing craft
Malfunctions
Maps
Marching
News
Night Scenes -- Balloons
Parachute troops
Parachutes
Perosnalities -- Miles, Lee
Personnel, Civilian -- US -- Families
Personnel, Military -- US -- AF -- Cadets
Personnel, Military -- US -- AF -- Pilots
Personnel, Military -- US -- Army -- Cadets
Philippine Islands -- Luzon -- Manila
Plants & Systems -- Power plants
Research & Development -- High altitude tests
Settings & Sites -- Bleachers & grandstands
Settings & Sites -- Parking areas
Signs -- Welcome -- THE FILIPINO PEOPLE WELCOME THE CHINA -- - -- Waterways Divisions -- Bays -- Manila Bay
Skis and skiing
Smoke Screens
Snow
Street Scenes -- US -- New York City
Tanks -- US (Christie)
Targets, Practice
Training -- By Type -- Flying
Training -- By Type -- Gunnery
Transportation, Motor -- Trucks -- Fire
United States -- California -- Hamilton Field
United States -- California -- Muroc Dry Lake
United States -- Illinois -- Scott Field
United States -- Maryland -- Aberdeen Proving Ground
United States -- Michigan -- Selfridge Field
United States -- Missouri -- St. Louis
United States -- New York -- New York City
United States -- Ohio -- Cleveland
United States -- Ohio -- Dayton
United States -- South Dakota -- Rapid City -- Stratobowl
United States -- Virginia -- Ft. Monroe
United States -- Virginia -- Langely Field
Weapons -- US -- Artillery -- Howitzers
Weapons -- US -- Artillery -- Rifles

Anderson, Capt. Orville
Andrews, Gen. Frank
Gimmler, Capt. Carl E.G.
Mitchell, Gen. William
Neumann, Harold
Pershing, Gen.
Quezon, Manuel (Pres. Philippines)
Stevens, Capt. Albert W.
Stone, Clem
Turner, Roscoe

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