Talk:Devil Dogs of the Air

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Tout est dit dans Aeromovies , impressionnant comme d'habitude!... Si Christian Santoir passe par ici, il est le bienvenu pour nous aider ....Sixcyl 14:00, 30 March 2016 (MDT)

I think he's already contributing as Christian. The poor quality of the source (just two trailers) doesn't help the recognition task among the numerous types seen in this movie :
Curtiss RC-1 Kingbird
Loening OL-8 (or OL-9) two-seat amphibian biplane
Travel Air D-4000 civilian stunt biplane (NC406N)
Vought O2U and Vought 02U two-seat scout biplane
Ford JR-2 Tri-Motor multi-passenger transport
a twin-engine amphibian, something like a Douglas Dolphin
USS "Macon" (ZRS-5) dropping one Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk
Curtiss F8C-4
Curtiss 0C-2 Falcon
List from aeromovies AND this page.
No word about twin engine biplanes seen in the first screenshot ...
LVCDC 14:36, 30 March 2016 (MDT)