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The first group of civilian air mail pilots hired by the Post Office Department to fly the mails after New York-Philadelphia-Washington route was relinquished by the Army, August 12, 1918.  Left to right: Edw. L. Langley, Edw. V. Gardner, Capt. Ben B. Lipsner (Supt. Air Mail Service), Maurice Newton, Max Miller and Robert Shank.

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