Originally Posted By: LtCasey
Gratulations on this, Augustus!!

I might take off as an American on my next campaign, my namegiver so to say, usually Jonathan Casey, but I got to find a name with a capital C and a french squad, that used to enlist american volunteers,....and the bebe is a damn fine bird!

LtCasey, there were American volunteers scattered throughout the French units in 1915 and 1916 before and after the formation of the Escadrille Amricaine, so it would be historically accurate to pick pretty much any one you would like to fly in. I am personally a big fan of 67.


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