The last words of William Garvey's January Viewpoint -- ". . . so a little of all of us goes with every pilot we lose." -- struck me ("Aftermath," page 7). I had just returned from the small town of Vesoul, France, where I attended a ceremony marking the 40th anniversary of the death of a Mirage III pilot. Lt. Patrick de Barbeyrac Saint-Maurice died while flying an intercept training mission near Vesoul on Nov. 3, 1966. The cause of the accident was never fully determined, other than the ...

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