“Major George W. Goddard (standing), chief of the army air corps photographic branch at Wright field, Dayton, O., and Sgt. A. E. Mathos (kneeling), army aerial photographer, are shown here “warming up” The huge aerial cameras they will use in “shooting” the ring eclipse of the sun in 1940. They are wearing the equipment they will use when a huge army bomber takes them up more than five miles. Maj. Goddard has a 60-inch telephoto camera, Sgt. Mathos a 40-inch camera.” See more here

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