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[[circled]]125[[/circled]] where the rear seat ordinarily is [[strikethrough]] posted [[/strikethrough]] found. These are known as turret machines and the driver is generally a more or less discontented R.F.C. newly-created-one-star-wonder who has been retained to drive gunnery-'buses before being shipped over. These boys grow tired of doing the same flying all day long and it isn't long before they grow restless and reckless to the point of performing stunts too near the ground. They side-slip and do cartwheels and Gunnelman turns just high enough up to land with a thrill to watchers and the poor chap in the machine with him. The "poor chap" in the turret machines stands
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