May 1948

Flight School

Volume 31, Issue 5


Edward J Evans

YOU can still teach old devildogs new tricks, and two master sergeants from San Diego's Marine Corps Base are proving it. Bill Ewing who has 10 years in the Corps and Emil Klaviter who has 16, are both First Divvie vets who have made the rounds. They got the flying bug at about the same time. A short while later they fumbled through their sea bags, came up with their last discharges and enrolled at the Gibbs Flying School. Gibbs, the largest and most popular school in the area, is out Linda Vista way, not far from the base.

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