In an aerial view, Great Britain's Royal Air Force is shown. Hundreds of plane are lined up in rows on a grassy field. King George V is on the ground inspecting the planes at the Mendenhall airdrome. He is riding along the parade assembly of planes in a car. Troops salute the King as he continues to inspect the planes. Various bi-planes and fighter planes are shown taking off and flying in formation. In Oklahoma City, Wiley Post, a famous aviator who was the first pilot to fly solo around the world, has died. A large crowd looks on as his casket is carried down the street to Fairlawn cemetery. In Glendale, California, Wil Rodgers's casket is on display. People file by in a roped off line past the casket. In Universal City, there is a memorial service for Rodgers and a number of people have gathered in front of a stage. A large picture of Rodgers is shown in closeup. At the Wee Kirk of the Heather chapel and cemetery various Hollywood stars and celebrities have gathered to pay their respects. Will Hayes, Joey Brown, Postmaster Jim Farley, Irvin Cub, and Mary Pickford are all shown entering the cemetery.