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up in this compartment that is built for the purpose so it isn't much joy to hold on in this box-like arrangement while you are diving, slipping, or twisting. Recently I was doing camera work with one Leftenant Wray to whom I gave the credit due of mighty good flier. He [[strikethrough]] ang [[/strikethrough]] did the  most wonderfully precise vertical banks of any man I'd yet been up with. I actually enjoyed the thrills he gave when he did his "splitting" a hundred feet too near the hard earth. But two days later in doing the same thing with a Cadet named Porter the pilot and passenger came to earth in a spin and helped swell the casualty list of Taliaferro field to 30 since I've
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