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              French Lighter ThanAir Aviation

| Rigid | Non-Rigid |

[[2 boxes under Rigid]]
| Rigid |
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|Mediterranean (Ex Nordstern)
Capacity
22,500 Cu. Meters
Crew
8-Officers 40-Men
Station 
Cuers
Use
In Service|
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Dixmude (Ex L-72)
Capacity
68,000 Cu. Meters
Crew
8-Officers 40-Men
Station
Cuers
Use
Being Put In Commission|
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[[4 boxes under Non-Rigid]]
| Non-Rigid |
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|Zodiac Z.D.4
Capacity
6,000 Cu. Meters
Crew
8-Officers 30-Men
Station —
Rochefort
Use
Pilots School|
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|Astra
Capacity
8,000 Cu Meters
Crew
8-Officers 30-Men
Station —
Rochefort
Use
Pilots School|
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|Zodiac V-Z.10
Capacity
3,000 Cu Meters
Crew
8-Officers 30-Men
Station —
St. Cyr
Use
In Service|
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|Zodiac V.Z.4
Capacity
3000 Cu. Meters
Crew
8-Officers 30Men
Station
Cuers
Use
In Service|
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RECAPITULATION
2. Rigid Dirigibles
4. Non Rigids
Lighter Than Air Schools
13 Officers
700 Men

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French Lighter Than Air Aviation
October 16, 1922
—Prepared Under Direction of—
Brig. General Wm. Mitchell
By
Lt. Clayton Bissell
|Nov. 22-22|Reproduction Sect Air Service|200 Number|
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