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In Part II is given a fuller discussion of these same subdivisions. initiative — — AIE SERVICE MEDICAL. 14 Underlying " Selection " a man tained, fliers is a full realization that to fly in spite of one or —the defeat of the enemy— him possible for many handicaps; however be sent against it is the object to be atdemands that only such as are the very best air-fighting material men who are able to fly. " Classification " is the second step. not merely The flying service is now highly specialized.

Yet in attaining altitudes and spending much of his time in rarefied air, the flier is defying nature. The conquest of the air represents man's maximum achievement. There is no combination of wood and wire which is subjected to such a variety and intensity of strain and stress as the airplane; there is no living combination of muscle and nerve which, consciously or unconsciously, may be subjected to such a variety and intensity of and stress as the aviator. To-day thousands of trained mechanics are working day and night upon the engines of our airplanes; thousands of expensively trained riggers and saihnakers are tuning the wires and mending torn fabric thousands of hangars are provided to house the planes when they strain are not flying.

Volunteer staffs of civilian consultants were locally organized and the work of the Physical Training Units systematized to a point of highest efficiency, with the result that JUST MISSING A FLAGSTAFF. Prompt and his machine from makes continual demands on such ability. action, intelligently executed, saved this flyer >'i^tffliai8esdfe«a»a»k. :2»2«w MAKING A PERFECT LANDING. This requires perfect stereoscopic vision. 20a-l a crash. Fighting in the ait FKiHTING IN THE AIR MAKES THE MOST SEVERE DEMANDS ON PILOTS.

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