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I received a room with Lt. Pearcy (a non-flier now, but our former squadron mate, [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] ^[[now]] serving as Operations officer) and after noting the layout of the field, the celebrities of the 1st Pursuit group who left their markings on the walls of the big white doors: Rickenbacker, Campbell, Taylor, several others, -- Pearcy and I [[underline]] walked [[/underline]] into town where we visited the church with its beauty and unreproduceable stained glass windows, and where, before the dusty miles back to camp were begun I spoke to many of the men from the Old Company E of the Sixth Regiment ^[[home town Framingham Mass.)]], who by my great good luck [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] ^[[had not yet left]] for another part of the line. [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] If I hadn't walked into town on the impulse I wouldn't have seen them.

On the return to our camp the show for the evening began by a squadron of British and American machines using our
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