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been here. (and Vernon Castle makes 31. Too bad for Capt. Castle and my own mate Peyton March Jr. whom I saw crash!)

In the danger area are silhouette forms of aeroplanes made of cloth. We fired at these from the turret machines and for diversion made the dust fly at other objects in the danger zone. One fellow actually had the audacity to take a pop at a cross roads. One chap shot away a control wire and landed "with a blacksmith shop accompanying him". sometime ago a foolish youth directed a misapplied shot at a wagon; the farmer who was driving
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