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That winter he and Omlie decided to fly down to New Orleans during Mardi Gras for the grand opening of Shushan airport. They missed opening day, 9 February, but it was just as well, for practically everything but the speeches was rained out. The weather continued wet and windy, and the air show was rescheduled for the following week, to begin on Wednesday, 14 February. On the 15th Faulkner and Omlie touched down at New Orleans. It was here, in the violent and 30 unforgettable days that followed, that he would gather the background material for his next major work, Pylon.
Rickenbacker may also have been the inspiration for the role he would assume for the duration of the war. It was Faulkner the "old ace" who gave his nephew Jimmy, now an aviation cadet, his goggles and leather flight jacket, together with a good-luck piece, one of his RAF subaltern's pips. Briefly recapturing the old élan that had produced the Armistice day episode so many years before, he added a characteristic touch. "I would have liked for you to have had my dogtag, RAF," he wrote Jimmy, "but I lost it in Europe, in Germany.
At any rate, Springs never claimed to have written it, and had the royalties assigned to Grider's family. THE F I R S T WAR 39 A NOTE ON THE BRITISH AND GERMAN AIR SERVICES DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR 1. THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS/ROYAL AIR FORCE The Royal Flying Corps came into existence in 1912. In the beginning it was intended to be a separate service, administered jointly by the Admiralty and the War Office. This ideal was never more than a pious hope, however; before long the navy and army had gone their separate ways, and when the British Expeditionary Force went to France in August 1914, the overseas units of the RFC were under the control of the Army, while the safety of Britain's shores was entrusted to the Royal Naval Air Service.
Aircraft design education in Europe by E. Torenbeek