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141st Aero Squadron Aircraft Insigne

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The 141st Aero Squadron was organized in January 1918 at Rockwell Field, Calif. It trained with the Curtiss JN-4 aircraft. As part of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF), the 141st Aero Squadron deployed to France as a pursuit squadron and fought on the Western Front.


The 141st Aero Squadron’s emblem is an orange and black tiger looking down at a flying helmet held in one of its paws.

Donated by Col. Arthur D. Dodds, AUS Retired.


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