U.S. Army air maneuvers show at United Airport in Burbank. In the air can be seen 21 airplanes flying in formations of three and six, and three planes taxiing down the runway. In the foreground are spectators and in the background the rest of the fleet of 135 airplanes from the U.S. Army aerial fighting force, provisional wing, can be seen in the background. Aircraft include, single-engine pursuit planes, bombers, and ground-strafing attack planes.
U.S. Army Major General James E. Fechet, left, chief of the Army Air Corps, and Brigadier General William E. Gillmore, commander of the provisional wing, watch maneuvers during an Army air show at United Airport in Burbank. [Known today as Bob Hope Airport.] Overhead 16 biplanes can be seen flying.
Eighteen biplanes flying in formation over a crowd of spectators during a U.S. Army maneuvers air show at United Airport in Burbank [today known as Bob Hope Airport]. Spectators line the runway and numerous cars are parked beyond them.
Photograph of 18 planes, likely Curtiss Falcon attack two-seaters, flying in formations of three. A film crew and other spectators can be seen on the bottom of the image. A large spectator crowd can be seen in the background.