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MAJOR GENERAL WALTER R. AGEE NAT rONAL CCMMANDER CAP

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. COLONEL HOWARD FREEHAN COMHANDER WESTERN REG ION CAP

COLONEL W. H. COMMANDER . CALIF.

EASLEY WING CAP

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COLONEL RAYMOND DILLON, AREA CAP

COOfANDER .. S01JI'HERN

Colonel J.J.Dent

USAF Special Projects

Officer

COLONEL B. C. ANDRUS
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CONMANDERMARCH AIR FORC,'E BASE

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Robert Wade USAF-CAP Liason

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HEADQUARTERS CIVIL UR PATROL Auxiliary United States Air Force CAPC SUl-1MER ENCAIlP!.fENT HARCH AFB, CALIFORNIA

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TO ALLCADETS CAPCSUlJ]JlJ.er Encampment }furch Air Force Base, California

September,

1956

You attending the 1956 Encampment have enjoyed the complete understanding and cooperation of the strategic Air Conunand "of' the Uni.t.ed states Air Force. As we look back through the years and compar-e this Enc&~ment to those past, this is the finest ever attended by Civil Air iPatrol cadets from the Southern Area, California Wing. . Ambition promotes training which leads to achievement; therefore, the amount of individual effort expended results in success or failure. From this point on we can build through continuous effort a strong future for the Civil Air Patrol program, or we can remain on a plateau, glancing neither forward nor backward, but becoming satisfied only with ourselves rather than with results. Let us then take home the leadership, the initiative, ani the understanding developed here, and apply it to the job to be accomplished - - the promotion of an intensive program of Aviation Education.

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ORGANIZ ATIONAL ~:::R~~':~=~CER---------------MU

ENCAMPMENT COMMANDER AF-CAP LIAISON OFFICER


CAPT. ROBERT W. WADE

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MEDICAL OFFICER
MAJ. ARTHUR T. HARRIS

COMMANDANT OF CADETS
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CHAPLAIN
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l1ajor Donald K" Wilson - Executive .Of'f"

Capt. Robert T. Aughton - Oommandanb. of Cadet-s

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MALE TACTICAL OFFICERS


Lt. A. N. Reitnouer Flight "DII

N/Sgt James S. Downey Flight 11 I"

S/Sgt Donald ~inert 'M/sgt Ernest Pearson Flight "F" 12 Flight ilK"

FEHALE TACTICAL OFFICERS

Captain Hargaret

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Backes - Senior Female Tac e Off

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2nd. Lt Lynn Goodman Flight IIC"

2nd Lt Dorothy Goodman Flight "B" 13


ATTENTION DAILY BULLET:ill

22 Aug 56

Due to increased demandsand paper work and for just plain acccmpl.Lshmenf - w must institute a nev policy! \ile are asking that somewherebetween starting and quitting time, and without infringing too muchon time usually devoted to rest perdods, coffee breaks, chov, goldbricking, and plain goo.fing off, all senior personne'l at the CAFe summerencampnent endeavor to find some time that can be set aside and can be mown as the "WORK BREAK. II Signed:
CHmF HONCHO

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'Whatta life

This is work?

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CADET PERSONNEL

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CADET STAFF OFFICERS

Cadet Commander: Cadet Major Douglas Holland' Asst Cadet Co Adjutant : Cadet Captain vlilliaJll Cornelius Cadet 1st Lt Julie Martineau

HEADQUARTER$ SQUADRON

Commander: Cadet 2nd Lt W.M. M3Kinley NCOS


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Cadet Sgt Ma1ch Cadet Pvt Sockett Cadet Pvt Ross

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SQUADRONI Commander:Cadet 2nd Lt Gail ;Frampton "A" Flight "B" Flight


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leader: leader:

C/Sgt Joan '~er C/Sgt Linda Laszloffy

SQUADRON II Commander:C /2nd Lt Ro berf Crane


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"cn Flight Leader: ,C/Sgt Carol Haupt


"D" Flight "Elf Flight

leader:

C/Sgt Martin Hoxworth

Leader: C/Sgt A. J. Foote

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SQUADRON III

Commander Cadet 2nd Lt Hi.chael Choppin t


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Flight Leader: C/Sgt Charles Norris Flight Leader: C/Sgt Robert Stankovich

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Connnander:Cadet 2nd Lt Standley Davis "I" Flight Leader: C/Sgt James r-foss "K!!Flight Leader: C/Sgt Charles HcGinnis "L" Flight Leader: C/Sgt Doyle Narry

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Ano ona M3yer Jones Iamb Handy Gerber, V Cooper Huette Howell Gilbert Gerber, F Goodman &gy Doyle Baugh Kurashige Ferrar

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Popelka Young, I Steed Williams Miles Schneider Rodriquez Rabago Resnick Preiner Poste Partain Laszloffy

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Russell English Kaline Moyer Pierce

Hull Riggs Leyton Brown Kamm


Pinkney Nybakken Moyer Grosskopf Haupt

CHARL,I E FLIGHT

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Tobin Wheeler Goldstone Fallack Oldham Hoxworth Shlllcutt, Henderson Shillcutt, D Younger Griffin Curtis

DOG FLIGHT

R Winkler Gordy Cone Scheriber

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EASY Sutton St':)X'ck Bejcek Willi"lrns Henderson Pierce ,silva Lockerby Oberst one P'Iage mann Bonner

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Cupp l'I.cClure Mandell. Foote "Hiller

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Bond Baker Nile Conde Cleveland

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Bri ~o Fi tch Cordes GA.rpenter ClArk Baker, Angulo Bowersox Clendenia

Combos Booth Chew Norris

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oowards i!:spinosa EVllns " Fisher Freeman GauLr-app Genete Griffin GrinaldL Harvy Henderson St'mkovich

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Russi .Roberts

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Young Heacock Riemenfichnieder

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ITEM FLIGHT

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AUGUST, DEAR M0l1,

1956 -

.As you knov all the 250 Oiv:U Air Patrol cadets going to summerencampment left by USAF airlift - a 0-54 and VC-97brought us in from Santa Barbara, Burbank, Long Beach, and San Diego. I guess the senior personnel who reached the enc~pment a few days earlier had their problems in setting up the headquarters and arranging the million and one details, but by the time we got to March Air Force Base at Riverside, things were pretty well under- control, and it really wasnIt too bad waiting outside the building in the hot, broiling sun waiting to be processed and wanting to get the showon the road. It just seemeg like hours

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They sure can ask the questions. !ryes, Ma tam, I KNOW filled out my application! It I I could. have cried when the razor took off my stripes. This w:U1make a REAL cadet out of me

The Female "Tigers II - the gals whohave their COP- already seem to get more attention The chaplain was next in line. _Theysure had him sitting in the Right place o

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Whenwe got our bedding, I really began to feel rrw life as an "afrman" had begun

1:1am, 1mlearning all kinds of new things 1

Thanks a million for making sure a shoe shine kit went into my gear. The grass around here doesnlt get watered much, and it gets KINDA
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Right off the bat somemajor came into our "jungle" - barracks to you civilians - and pulled something they ca.J..l"inspectionlf 34

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politely asked to correct our uniforms- I had to buy a few things- I think there's a Head Shrinker in our jungle- and then we had to make ourselves neat looking. }1om, I think you ought to mow.... 'Whenwe wre kindly informed as to our "boo-Boos" we were .
I don't have my curly hair anymore!

Those that didn It make the barbershop had to take Tm.at came
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and learned about the electrical

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But eomeof the classes weren't quite as interesting!

He studied

and took tests

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They even let us "pop" a chute so we could see Hhat happens, and then they showed us how it goes back together again

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The Female Tigers got the VIP treatment when they got on the flight line for their C-45 rides.eo

They even got to be important "movie stars" . They were sure PRETTY enough!

The gals actually got to handle the controls all by themselves. lvonder if the pilot lost a lot of \-1light?
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After briefing, the lucky" male tigers got their jet rides. Wish I had had ~ COP5

IVW flight

leader sure gets around!

Someof the Ilflying tigers" AFl'ER their rides! 40

should have eaten

The Rifle

Range

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keen

Even tho' the gals got some special

treatment

they sure brought back some terrific

targets!

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We practised our drilling and marching going to and from places. I didn't mind as long as three times a day I ended up in ~ favorite place

THE CHOW HALL!

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I guess they took movies of us because otherwise nobody would ever believe how much of the good food we ate! 42

Wehad heard about this thing called "recreation I sure enj oyed our free t:ime, bUt

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found out what it meant.

I think I liked slvimming the best!

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Someof the kids werenIt as healthy as others and had to go on II sick call"

On Sunday we went to church on the base and spent the rest of the day taking time

out to draw a second breath.

Even a quiet game of checkers was fun. 44

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had a terrific coke party one night

and got to know some of the girls

but you should have seen the local talent show.

I'll have to tell you at home about this inspection they rr..imicked! There was this major
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He were just rarin' to go and bur-stdng Hith energy at t he BIG DANCE last night the

They had this beautifUl was so impressive

cake" and the cut tdng ceremony

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Even the seniors had a gay time

The last morning was our "Final Revie,,,rr I just love a parade! Th3 Colors The Band and even our marching looked good. The commander of the base awar-ded the trophies to the outstanding cadets of t he encampment

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California

Cadet Summer Encampment.

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CAFe ENCAMPHENT PERSONNEL GROUP I Squadron 5

BREMSON, Victor CONDE, Michael GILBERI', Robert

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WJIS, Ken J . . OBERSTONE,stuart GROUP:3 SQuadron R.

lviELCH, Hax R SCHREIBER, Lawrence WJNKLER, Donald E.


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HASHEK, Jorene POPELKA, Joanne PREINER, Pat H. REZNICK, Sharon YOSHJNO, Saki E. Sg,uadron F.

BRIMALDI, Gino R. MYERS, Bobbie NELSON, Gilbert PARRY, William FELISH, Charles R. C. J.

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B01mNSOX, Kent L. GONSER, William BCKAY, Graves PARRY, Robert R. CHEW, Kenneth

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CLENDENIN, Harry HAVEN, George 1';. L.

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RETTINGER, Robert I. H. STEVENS, Walter BAUGH, Fredda E. V. B. ROHMW, Robert SHrrH, Roger V.

GO~STONE, Jerry JONES, Carl A.

LEIns,

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McCORD, Robert

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KEFFER, Richard VAN DUSEN, DaVid

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HOSELEY, Iarry R. KURASHIGE, Alice RABAGO, Saro RICHARDSON,Deane M. SCHNEIDER, Judith A. SCHOOL, Thomas A. YOUNG, Imogene F. STEESE, Cha:rles Squadron M. ROSSKOPH, Hargie GROUP 5 Squadron 29 A. NYBAKKEN,Gayle C. FERRAR, Ruth B. GOODMAN, rlene A HANDY, Laela E. D. W. K. REYNOLDS, He hert E.

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RIGGS, Laurel

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HOWELLL,Harilyn HUETTE, Fhyllis Squadron A.

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STULO, Sandra Squadron 9

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EASTON, Gary BILLINGER, George BORCHARDT,Karl COMISAROFF, Joel HALBERT, Gerald HAYDEN, David J., LEYTON, Rosalind

HOSD1UE, Kent B. REEVES, Brian Squadron - San F.

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CAHPAS, John Jr. DINCAU, Jim D. ED1.JiIRDS,William F. 49

CURTIS, Howard D. GORDY, Rocky L.

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GROUP11 Squadron 1 HICKS, Edward H.

mHOS, Pete

NORRIS, Charles R. G. S~VA, Fernando J

OLDHAH,Delbert HA. , Jack 1:U)Y C.

BROl-iN, Patricia DOYLE, Colleen GROUP7 Sg,uadron

YOUNGER,Donald CLARK, Darren


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WUBKER,Charles SQ,uadron 71

L. KOSTAKIS, Eugene

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FREEI''1AN,Kenneth GRIFF IN, Larry

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Scmadron CLARK, Frank RILEY, Keith R.

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SANDSTRm.1,Peter lIEHDERSON, Robert Sg,uadron 43 HOHE, John C. HOXI.IORI'H, artin H LARSEN, Steve THOLl'SON, leroy HARTINEAU, Paul E. CARPENTER Robert , FITCH, Raymond R. PIPOLY, Ernest HOLTON, Allen HOODY, Frank HULL, Gwen l-lARTINEAU,J-q,lie HILES, l1ary A. PARl' m, Kathyrn A Sgyadron HILLIAHS, Peggy H. GROUP9 SQuadron J. K. B. EBY, Alice 51 POSTE, Deborah CHOPPIN, Hichael FARRELL, Herbert HOFFHAN, Richard 50 HASSON, David G. Squadron Squadron 53 TOBIN, Louis CORNELL, John J. - Hg,rs. L. G. AZNAR, Rose H. SOCKETT, Kenneth J. T. SHILLCUTT, Ronald EVANS, l'fonte OSBURN, Walter J. PFEIFFER, Roger Squadron - San B. COOPER, Barbara F. K.

HILLIANS, Jack SCarT, Lance R.

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SLAGLE, Donald

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HEFFEIF INGER, Jennie YOUNG, Gary N.

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Squadron SHILWUl'T, Donald GRIFFIN,

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GROUP13 Squadron 73 BOOTH, Robert SQ,UAdron 87 JENKINS, Hichael SQ,llB.dron 91 DICKEY, Clarence NIBARGER, Stephen L. A. O.

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SQUADRON Puent, HENDERSON,Richard GERRER, Frances GILBERT, Nanne GERBER, Viola G. A. G.

BAULRAPP, Hilton HARVEY, DaVid J. PAVALONIS, Stanley vlEBSTER, Robert SQ.uadron C. C.

BEJECK, Charles BONNER, Patrick

RICHAN, Leonard RUSSI, Clint SPEER, Barry S.

CCCKERILL, Park C. CUFP, Dick S. HENDERSON,Michael . HcKINLEY, \villiem


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RODRIGUEZ, Vicld STEELE, Narion


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SULLIVAN, Kathy t-'j. GRbUP 15 SQYAdron - Hdgrs. CORNELIUS, William Squadron 1 J.

CRANE, Robert

HJLLER, Sidney HILLER, Stanley ROSS, Simon B. R. STORCK, John E. SUTTON, Burris ALLEN, Douglas J. BAKER, John H.

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ANG ULO, Steven ESPINOSA, Eugene SIMHER, Robert SHITH, Jolm L. GROUP 25 Squadron 1
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LCCKERBY, Robert HANDELL, lee NcGINNIS , Charles HOSS, James L.

DAVIS, Standley, PLAGHANN,Stephen FOarE, ilrleth J. STANKOVICH,Robert HALLAND, Douglas NARRY, Doyle
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H. BLANK, Ernest CONE, Raymond

K. GASPARI, Rudy A. WEAR, James H. BAKER, ~roy CORDAS, Ken V.

DRUHIELLER, Eddie

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BOND, f"dlton BRITTO, David

p. FRAMPTON,Gail KALINE, Patricia JONES, Wallace KINNEE, Gary C.

EDVlARDS,

Claude

A. NABER, Joan RED1ENSCHNEIDER,Jack

CLEVELAND,Gregory Ca.fBOS, Bernard ANCONA,Sandra L. A. FISHER, Ben ROBERT, Alan S CROSHER, Frederick LAt-lHOFER,Judith

HEACOCK, George LUBRANT, Stan l'iccLAll'l, G ary J.

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GROUP25 Squadron 1 HUGHES, Peter IEIKWOLD, Jerry RICE, Douglas L. W.

CAfe SENIOR ENCAHPHENT PERSONNEL SOUTHERNAREA MOORE, Clarence L. WnsON, Donal.d K. T. GROUPXI~I - Sadn CONGER, Nable GROUPXV BACKES, Lorraine - Sqdn REITNOUER, Arthur - Sqdn 17 BUTlER, Pauline V.
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HARRIS, Arthur RILLJll'G, Frederick ROBERrS, Harold GROUP I SHREVE, William Squadron J.

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HORRISON, Nancy A.

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HAUPT, Carol KAHM, Barbara MERYMAN, L A LASZLOFFY, Linda - Sqdn 9 MOYER, J anet WALTON,Babe MOYER, Jean1rlne GROUPVII PINKNEY, Jean L. AUGHT N Robert O , RUSSELL, Rosalyn COCHRAN,}1argaret TREB ES, Nancy R. HOXWORTH, race G Squadron 3 - Sqdn CORTELL, David A. PINKNEY, Mary c Lll.MB, Ted H. - Sqdn 93 ORTIZ, Richard l'.!EmERT, Donald WHEELER, Jerald GRABHORN ,Lynn
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