While most of the professional airmen (and they were all men) who flew for the airlines and for businesses earned their wings and much of their experience similarly - which is to say, through the Civilian Pilot Training Program, flying for the Army or Navy, or through the GI Bill once discharged - the proficiency disciplines within their respective career paths as civilians were rather dissimilar. Those who earned their living flying for commercial air carriers were required to ...

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