Clean underclothing was received and the remainder of the Battalion enabled to exchange their spoiled. Day passed in moderate quietness although with great aerial activity. In an air fight, one of our machines and one of the enemy’s were seen to come down. No word of a move received, but understand Battalion liable to move quickly as the tactical situation demands. Weather: Fine. Battalion paid.
Image: Canadians advancing. A plane is helping the Infantry by firing on German machine gunners. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.