World War I American aviators and pilots

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Summary 1917-1918
Lafayette Escadrille
N.124/Spa.124
1st Observation
1st, 12th, 50th, 88th
1st Pursuit Group
27th, 94th, 95th, 147th
1st Bombardment
96th, 11th, 20th
2nd Pursuit Group
13th, 22nd, 49th, 139th
3rd Pursuit Group
28th, 93rd, 103rd, 213th
4th Pursuit Group
17th, 148th, 25th, 141st
5th Pursuit Group
41st, 138th, 638th
3rd Air Park
255th
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United States Air Service pilots/aviators

Here are some of the aviators listed in my books "American Eagles" and/or "Lafayette Escadrille". However, even if they are not listed below, we may have information about them. We are also always looking for any additional information about them including photographs, scrapbooks, etc. about all USAS/USMC/USN aviators and personnel.

Lafayette Escadrille pilots/aviators

Kiffin Yates Rockwell, Norman Prince, Clyde Balsley, Ken Marr, James McConnell, Fredrick Prince, Robert Soubiron, Douglas MacMonagle, Courtney Campbell, Edwin Parsons, Ray Bridgman, William Dugan, James Doolittle, Walter Lowell, Harold Willis, Henry Jones, David Peterson and Antoine Arnoux de Maison-Rouge, Dudley Hill, Didier Masson, Bill Thaw, Captain Georges Thenault, Raoul Lufbery, Chouteau Johnson, Stephen Bigelow and Robert Rockwell.

Lafayette Flying Corps pilots/aviators

Eugene Bullard.

United States Air Service pilots/aviators and personnel

Billy Mitchell, Benjamin Foulois/Benny Foulois, Harold Tittmann, Geoffrey Bonnell, Harold Hartney, Leroy Prinz, Dodd Cassard, William G. King, Quentin Roosevelt, Everett Cook, Reed Chambers, Norman Archibald, Hiram Bingham, Hamilton Coolidge, Eddie Rickenbacker, Fiorella La Guardia, Edwin A. Bebb, Alan F. Winslow, Douglas Campbell, Stephen W. Thompson, James Norman Hall, George Puryear, Bob Eoff, Sumner Sewall, John Mitchell, Alex McLanahan, Edward P. Curtis/Ted Curtis, Tom Butz, Ed Thomas, James Knowles/Jim Knowles, Donald Hudson, Philip J. Roosevelt, Joe Werner, Frank Luke, Ivan Roberts, Grover Vann, Oliver Beauchamp, Don Hudson, George Reinburg, Davenport Johnson, David Putnam, Jacques Swaab, Raymond Brooks, Walter S. Williams, Ralph Royce, Charles Drew, Erwin Bleckley, Harold Goettler, Howard Clayton Knotts, Elihu Kelton, Philip Benson, Malcolm McAlpin, Elliott Springs, Harvey Weir Cook, Field E. Kindley, Reed Landis and Paul C. Wienges.

YMCA personnel/Ambulance personnel

YMCA nurse Helen Chesbrough, Marguerite Moseley Williams.

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