1. 1Lt. Alan Winslow had served in the Lafayette Flying Corps
and served in the 94th Pursuit Squadron
. On 14 April 1918, he and 1Lt. Douglas Campbell
shot down the first two German aircraft for an American squadron. The two German pilots were from Jasta 64w
. Alan Winslow's victim was flying an Alb.D.Va and Lt. Campbell brought down a Pfalz D.IIIa which crashed and burned. Lt. Alan Winslow's brother, 1 Lt. Paul Winslow flew with 56 Squadron, S.E.5a RAF. Both were from Chicago, Illinois. 1Lt. Alan Winslow was shot down over German territory on 13 July 1918 and became a POW.