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Many of the questions which had long been accumulating inour minds got themselves answered during the next few days, while we werewaiting for machines. We knew, in a general way, what the nature of our workwould be. We knew that the Escadrille Lafayette was one of four pursuitsquadrons occupying hangars on the same field, and that, together, these formedwhat is called a groupe de combat, with a definite sector of front to cover. Wehad been told that combat pilots are " the police of the air," whose duty it isto patrol the lines, harass the enemy, attacking whenever possible, thus givingprotection to their own corps-d'armee aircraft— which are onlyincidentally fighting machines —in their work of reconnaissance,photography, artillery direction, and the like. But we did not know how thisgeneral theory of combat is given practical application. When I think of thedepths of our ignorance, to be filled in, day by day, with a little additionalexperience; of our self-confidence, despite warnings; of our willingness toleave so much for our "godfather" Chance to decide, it is with feelings nearlyakin to awe. We awaited our first patrol almost ready to believe that it wouldbe our first victorious combat. We had no realization of the conditions underwhich aerial battles are fought. Given good-will, average ability, and theopportunity, we believed that the results must be decisive, one way or theother.
The history of these trench campaigns will have a forbiddinginterest to the student of the future; for, as he reads of the battles on theAisne, the Somme, of Verdun and Flanders, he will have spread out before himphotographs of the battlefields themselves, just as they were at differentphases of the struggle. With a series of these pictorial records, men will beable to find the trenches from which their fathers or grandfathers scrambledwith their regiments to the attack, the wire entanglements which held up theadvance at one point, the shell holes where they lay under machine-gun fire.And often they will see the men themselves as they advanced through the barragefire, the sun glinting on their helmets. It will be a fascinating study, in aghastly way; and while such records exist, the outward meanings, at least, ofmodern warfare will not be forgotten. 2b1af7f3a8