National Affairs: Maneuvers Concluded

From New England last week the Army's 639-plane armada wheeled about and flew back toward New York. Skimming down the Hudson, a group of pursuit planes dropped out of line to salute the cadets at West Point, who had been let off classes to watch the show. The pursuit planes formed first an A for Army, then an AC for Air Corps before rejoining the parade. Then the fleet took its first 24-hr, rest on airfields in the metropolitan district, and that night occurred the first civilian scare of the three-week maneuvers.

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