James Bond debuts in theaters, the Beatles release their first single, PBS is founded, and Tylenol capsules are recalled amid seven deaths from tampering, all on this day.
1914: French Sgt. Joseph Frantz and Cpl. Louis Quenault score the first air-to-air kill (not involving ramming) of World War I, shooting down a German Aviatik two-seater with machine gun fire from their Voisin III over northeast France. This is believed to be the first air-to-air kill in any war. Pictured is a different Voisin III captured during the war by German forces.
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