Copy negative of a squadron of military airplanes in Mexico. The planes are lined up on the ground and several military personnel are crowded around them. Written across the bottom of the image is, "Squadron of Military Airplanes being used in the Campaign against Pancho Villa." In the bottom left-hand corner is, "W.H. Horne Co., El Paso, Tex. 3030".
Copy negative of an aerial view of military airplanes performing bombing practices over open land. Printed at the bottom of the image is, "Attack bombs - Note airplanes heavy top of photograph."
Postcard of multiple aircraft parked at Camp Hulen. The two aircraft on the left side of the image are two North American O47A aircraft of the 111th Observation Squadron, with the "Ace in the Hole" insignia on both fuselages. The aircraft on the right is a North American BT-9 possibly from Randolph Field.
Photograph of a crowd watching a formation of six B-36 airplanes in flight. Some of the men in the crows wear identical uniforms with hats, one man is standing in a tower with a video camera, and there is a large striped curtain on the right side of the frame.
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