Transport: Flying Flagship

What dolls are to little girls, war games are to little armies. Last week the little U. S. army of the air—the GHQ Air Force —began a fortnight's play at war under the toughest conditions it could find, in winter-ridden New England. Since there was no "enemy," no "tactical problem," but merely a fight against Nature, the maneuvers themselves proved of little interest to the public. Using Mitchel Field, N. Y., Concord, N. H. and Burlington, Vt. as bases, 62 pursuit, attack and bombing planes carrying 216 men, began chasing back & forth...

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