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First Use Military Airplanes

First Use of Airplanes in a Military Operation by the United States

You are viewing an important image of Lt. Chapman near Casas Grandes. He was part of General Pershing's campaign in Mexico to capture Pancho Villa. This respresented the First Use of Airplanes in war by the United States.

The picture shows Lt. Chapman near Casas Grandes.

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