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The soldier on the right isn't exactly making this hand-to-hand combat exercise hard, leaning in to greet the blade approaching his sternum.
The Dallas camp, while neither a ground school nor a flying school, was the neck of the bottle through which practically all aviators who have entered the service since its establishment, Jan. 30, 18, have passed. It was designed as a place in which the morale of the aviators could be maintained while the men were in transition from one stage of development to another.
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