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Captain [[strikethrough]]?[[/strikethrough]] [[?]] USA 0/9221
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A. Rih|
cadet|
A.S.S OR|
Fort Woo|
Bedloe [[?]]|
N.Y. Harb|
Sept. 4 1917|
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Cadet Win|
 RFC|
Long Bran|
Toronto, Ca|
Sept 18, 1917
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East Residence|
University of |
Toronto|
Oct. 12 1917
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U.S.A.Wing #1|
Hicks Via Ft Wort|
Texas|
Squadron #28|
 Nov. 10, 1917|
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Squadron # 139 |
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Squadron # 183|
Feb. 12 1918|
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ARBrooks.
 Feb. 25 1918|
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Left Texas|
Feb. 28 - March |
1918|
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Casual with 139th|
Left N.Y. Mar. 12 [[?]]| ^[[SS New York"]]
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Miles = kil.x.621
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[[strikethrough]]Mail to Ruth M Connery, [[/strikethrough]] [Albright House ^[[Smith [[?C]]]] Northampton, Mass] [[/strikethrough]].
[[strikethrough]]?[[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] Nashua, New Hampshire U.S.A. [[/underlined]]
She's Mrs. A. R. Brooks now!  Sept. 25, 1920.
[[strikethrough]] San Antonio [[/strikethrough]] AR
Put in Application for ^[[1st Lieutenant]] Sig. Res. Corps Avia Sector Dec. 1916
Enlisted M.I.T. July 23, 1917
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Enlisted July 23 1917 M.I.T.
Pvt. 1/a. Air' Sect. Sig. off. Reserve C.
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Called to active duty
Aug. 31, 1917
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