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Old 2 November 2013, 07:24 AM   #1
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Boys for Royal Flying Corps

"Some boys are required in the Royal Flying Corps, with some knowledge of engineering or woodwork, aged 16 to 17 1/2 years of age."

This advertisement appeared in The Hull Daily Mail, East Riding of Yorkshire, England on 21 August 1917.
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No good applying for that now Scott ....The positions have probably been filled
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I would not mind to give it a tryMy woodworking is passable as the only complete project I did in shop was a birdhouseI wonder what will happen if someone actually answered to that ad?
"Here above us,there is a man twenty meters above the earth,imprisoned in a wooden frame,and defending himself against an invisible danger which he has taken on his own free will.But we are standing below,pushed away,without existence,and looking at this man."

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Would the pool of recruits be limited today by the requirement for a letter of good character?
Glenn 'Chip' Burt
Integrity: DO-ing the right thing, not guarding myself.
Honor: SEE-ing the right things, always guarding you.

in Honor of Albert Ball. A valiant pilot, but a man of God first and last.
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