Retracing the journey and honoring the service of Joe Aleshouckas (1915)

After doing a lot of archival research and ‘detective work’, we’re really looking forward to visiting the little French village of Manonville on the afternoon of May 27th, and more precisely what is now a nondescript farmer’s field but what was once a WWI American aerodrome on the Western Front. Here we are retracing the journey and honoring the service of Joe Aleshouckas (1915), a pilot who was stationed here with the 168th Aero Squadron. Keep following our blog (here on our webpage) and we’ll let you know what we discover!

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