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a tight vertical position side-slipped down to a few hundred meters. Then to level off to the normal position and land within the marked circle below. A decent sensation for those who were learning to spiral, but only a matter of form for those who had [[strikethrough]] done it before [[/strikethrough]] 
 ^[[practiced it]] previously.
Acrobatics was good - and then some! When I had been transferred to the 7th field I was warned not to do any "stunts" for all we had to do them at field #6 was to test our nerve. Wow! And we all more or less got the idea we'd like to keep right on doing acrobatics 'cause there were more thrills in a day's hard work at filed #6 than we'd experienced in several days, and we wanted to keep right on - most of us did, that is.
The "vrille" (v-r-i-l-l-e) was the first that we were tried in and this was nothing
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