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While demobilization was under way, the Air Service tried to stimulate interest in and advance aviation with flying circuses, cross-country flights, and aerial contests (Chapter TI). S. ARMY peacetime organization, but low appropriations and personnel ceilings prevented the Air Service from attaining the strength authorized by law (Chapter 111). In its postwar reorganization, the Air Service established primary and advanced flying, balloon and airship, technical, tactical, medical, and engineering schools to prepare individual Army oficers and enlisted men for duty with the Air Service (Chapter IV).
Add room and board ($480),clothing ($170), and savings for retirement ($500), and a sergeant got $1,510 a year. If he made sergeant first class (SFC), the total went up to $1,690. In addition he received such things as free medical attention, free amusement, a chance to travel, and commissary privileges for married men. Compare this, the Air Service said, with the $885 the average civilian of 20-25 years of age made in 1 year. Chances for advancement were excellent. ” The enlisted man with a high school education who applied himself, had a good knowledge of planes and motors, and could pass the physical examination could learn to fly.
Their main purpose was to test the endurance of the Martin bomber and the Liberty engine, but they also expected to arouse interest in aviation, encourage enlistments in the Air Service, chart routes, and locate landing fields. S. ARMY I 1 II Lt. Comdr. Albert C. Read completes first crossing of Atlantic by air, May 1919. to Hazelhurst Field on Thursday or on the flight to Augusta, Maine, on Friday. However, en route to Cleveland on Saturday, heavy rain east of Lake Champlain, New York, and trouble with the compass forced them to land.
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