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World War I Aircraft Damage Report

This form, circa 1918, was created to record damage to aircraft sustained during combat operations in Europe. The First Air Depot, Zone of Advance was responsible for the maintenance and repair of American aircraft on the Western Front. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This form, circa 1918, was created to record damage to aircraft sustained during combat operations in Europe. The First Air Depot, Zone of Advance was responsible for the maintenance and repair of American aircraft on the Western Front. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

This form, circa 1918, was created to record damage to aircraft sustained during combat operations in Europe. The First Air Depot, Zone of Advance was responsible for the maintenance and repair of American aircraft on the Western Front.

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