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S.E.5a F8005, 25th Aero Squadron, USAS, Toul, France, December 1918. Although sometimes described as 2/Lt. Rorison's machine, Reed B. Landis has identified it as his airplane and pointed out that the number 13, obscured by the bottom wing, was the total of the serial number. The planes bears the silk stockings described by Landis and a streamer hangs from the rudder. The basis for the diamond marking on the rudder is unknown.
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|Many Battles and Many a Bold Ventur, Letters of Oberleutnant Erwin Bohme||Bohme, Erwin (tr. Douglas Fant)|
|Champlin Fighter Museum - Aircraft of the Aces, The|
|Colonel Gorrell and His "Nearly Forgotten Records"||Skelton, Marvin|
|In Memoriam: Donald Roderick MacLaren, 1893-1988||Taylor, Stewart|
|Aircraft of Australia||Shirley, Noel|
|Plumage: No. 74 "Tiger" Squadron||Guttman, Jon|
|Mentioned in Despatches||Duiven, Richard|
|Between the Bookends||Kilduff, Peter|