February 1933

An Air-Minded Corps

Volume 17, Issue 4

The purring of air-motors was heard in the land-and over the sea! Propeller-blades gave the mixed atoms of oxygen and nitrogen no rest! Wind, rain, fog, distance, direction, elevational factors, and all the whatnots had been conquered! Cargo-carriers still cruised the water's surface or bored and burrowed beneath! But the pioneers of air-mindedness were pioneers no longer! The Legions of Air were flapping their wings and gyroing in ecstasy! The Habit of Air had been inculcated!

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