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Left to Right, Frazier Curtis, Jimmie Bach, Bert Hall and Norman Prince at Pau military flight school March 1915. A ‘penguin’ training plane is in the background.

Left to Right, Frazier Curtis, Jimmie Bach, Bert Hall and Norman Prince at Pau military flight school March 1915. A ‘penguin’ training plane is in the background.

Personal Insignia Lafayette Escadrille

Personal Insignia Lafayette Escadrille

Before the United States entered the war in 1917, American sympathy for the Allies took many forms. One of the most famous was the Lafayette Escadrille, which started in April, 1916 as the Escadrille Américaine.

Before the United States entered the war in 1917, American sympathy for the Allies took many forms. One of the most famous was the Lafayette Escadrille, which started in April, 1916 as the Escadrille Américaine.

Flying Aces WW1 Lafayette Escadrille from Left to right: Soubiren, Rockwell, Chicomski, Thenault, Cambell and Thall.

Flying Aces WW1 Lafayette Escadrille from Left to right: Soubiren, Rockwell, Chicomski, Thenault, Cambell and Thall.

Lafayette Escadrille: Conflict Locations - Bar-le-Duc May-September 1916

Lafayette Escadrille: Conflict Locations - Bar-le-Duc May-September 1916

Lafayette Escadrille

Lafayette Escadrille

Bert Hall - Aviation Heritage Park

Bert Hall - Aviation Heritage Park

The Escadrille Lafayette mascots Whiskey and Soda - Lafayette Escadrille - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Escadrille Lafayette mascots Whiskey and Soda - Lafayette Escadrille - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dr. Edmund Gros of the American Field Service who was instrumental in Americans forming the Lafayette Escadrille.

Dr. Edmund Gros of the American Field Service who was instrumental in Americans forming the Lafayette Escadrille.

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