June 2003
Airman;Jun2003, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p78
This article focuses on an aircraft, which the U.S. bought for $30,000. The U.S. designated it as Signal Corps Airplane No. 1. General John Pershing used aircraft like the Curtis JN3 Jenny during his hunt for Pancho Vila as scouting platforms, marking the first aerial reconnaissance flights.


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