Full title reads: "America. 'Gliding in formation' marks another forward step in 'Conquest of the air'."
United States of America.
Shot from below of three gliders flying in formation.
C/U of amazed faces gazing up. One of the men is speaking - he appears to have a stutter....
Plane drops to earth with the aid of a parachute.
American army planes drop food supplies to Native Americans stranded by snow.
British Aviator Jim Mollison lands in America after his westward flight across the Atlantic.
British flier Atcherley demonstrates 'Crazy Flying' - it looks like he's trying to break his plane.
Views of the Akron airship demonstrating its ability to act as a flying aircraft carrier.
Daredevil American attempts to jump from a biplane onto the roof of car at 60 mph.
Mad American demonstrates safety features on plane - by climbing out of the cockpit while in flight.
Airmen at an American Air base collect and fix broken toys to donate to deprived children.
Documentary film about the years 1905-1910, a period of technological and political change.
Views of a new American bomber - it has floats and wheels.
An American pilot succeeds in taking off in his plane from the roof of a moving car.
Film of American Air Ace "Lanky" Loo Reichers before setting off on a failed attempt to fly the Atlantic.
Aviator Jim Mollison says a few words and then takes off from New York.
Members of The Flying Family before they set off on their ill fated flight from the US to Europe.
The Hutchinson family have flown all around the USA - they now want to see Europe.
American air force bombers show off their skills. Good shots of aerial manoeuvres.
Americans test new cars - to destruction in one case.
Impressive demonstration of largest concentration of anti-aircraft searchlight equipment in America.
Daredevil stuntman on wing of airborne biplane in LA.
Record parachute jump in Washington, United States of America.
Stuntman escapes from straight jacket while parachuting out of airborne aeroplane.
Francis Morales and Louise Thadem come back to earth after 8 days non-stop flying.
Construction work continues on the massive American airship - Macom or Macon.
Unusual views of New York as we loop-the-loop in a biplane.