escadrille


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a small squadron

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an air force squadron typically containing six airplanes (as in France during World War I)

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When more volunteers came in than could be accommodated in the escadrille, Dr.
Ses superieurs ecrivirent a sa veuve au lendemain du drame, le capitaine de fregate Le Bihan, commandant la 2e escadrille de patrouille, et le capitaine de vaisseau Exelmans, chef de division des flottilles de la mer du Nord (22), ainsi que l'amiral Lacaze, ministre de la marine (23).
He's buried under the Lafayette Escadrille Memorial in Paris, in a crypt below, along with 50 other great Airmen--two French and 49 American.
16) Kiffin Rockwell, on the other hand, transferred to the Lafayette Escadrille, an air squadron of mostly American volunteer pilots, and became one of the first American flying aces.
at 2278- 79 (granting $2,100,000 for restoration of the Lafayette Escadrille Memorial, a WWI memorial in Mames La-Coguette, France; $4,200,000 for the preservation of the former U.
Indeed, it was this core of former Legionnaires that eventually became the famous Lafayette Escadrille, and the larger organization, the Lafayette Flying Corps.
Dill through their membership in the New England Escadrille, a nonprofit aviation charity.
He also served as an aviator with Lafayette escadrille, and prior to that had spent live years in the French Foreign Legion, making a total of nine years' service.
When I was 11 years old, my friend Mike and I formed the Lafayette Escadrille (LE).
This First World War drama is loosely based on the true story of the Lafayette Escadrille.
Some, like Dinsmore Ely, who flew with the famous Franco-American Lafayette Escadrille in the Great War, were allegedly reciting militarist Christian dicta at the tender age of four.
In 1916, Captain Thenault (Jean Reno) welcomes American enlistees to Lafayette Escadrille, a close-knit unit equipped with the latest Nieuport 17 planes, led by crack shot Reed Cassidy (Martin Henderson).
With the US still to officially enter the war, the air corps, known as the Lafayette Escadrille, attracts a rag-tag group of Americans looking for adventure and to play their part.
The barracks of the Lafayette Escadrille are sited in an amazing chateau, their captain is Jean Reno, the ace pilot is jaded Reed Cassidy (Martin Henderson) and there are pretty local girls to fall in love with.
COMPLETE with some 'Allo, 'Allo moments, this underpowered action thriller tells the true story of the young men of the Lafayette Escadrille, the first American fighter-pilot squadron to see action in the First World War.