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and the cantonment of Camp Bowie, and to skirt the smoke-palled city. At Benbrook I found a camp inferior to ours at Hicks; at Everman I stopped for dinner and had a pleasant reunion with many of the original 79 from Toronto. Everman is a good field, too. And to see a soldier camp such as Bowie was good practice for what we'll probably search out behind the Hun lines. The tents, barracks, parades of men and horses were distinguishable to a marked degree. The camera would show the details the eye missed and I appreciated the fact that reconnaisance from the air is The Thing in this war.

formation flying gave practice in "hanging onto the tail" of another machine. Various "stunts" can be done with from two to nine machines in formation. The proximity of the 'horses depends upon the skill of the pilots; it was enough for me to remain one
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