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126 Once back in California, training remained his primary responsibility.

Mary Pickford, “America’s Sweetheart,” honored Air Corps personnel during the games with a recep27 AMERICAN AIRPOWER COMES OF AGE tion at Pickfair. Later, she was flown in a bomber escorted by six fighters to Los Angeles. All these events garnered generally favorable notice. On the first Saturday of November 1932, more than 70,000 people attempted to reach March Field to help the wing celebrate its birthday. At the same time, scenes of March Field were being used by movie producers, as were the men and airplanes of March Field.

In the summer of 1928, Arnold was selected to attend the class commencing that fall and the Arnold family prepared to move 110 miles east to their new home. 81 The commandant at Fort Leavenworth, Brig Gen Edward King, was familiar with Arnold since he too had served as a judge at the Mitchell trial. The general speculated that Arnold’s well-publicized activities in support of Mitchell would result in Hap’s being “crucified” by non-Air Corps students during the year course of instruction. ”82 In spite of the fact that the curriculum was rooted in the experience of World War I and seemed to minimize the role and potential of airpower, Arnold found in retrospect that the school was of value since the course “taught the officers to think .

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