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The current size and might of U.S. naval aviation, on station around the world and always ready to respond to the call to duty, belies its humble beginnings 100 years ago. On April 1, 1911, Lt. Theodore Gordon Ellyson was the first naval officer designated an aviator after he flew a Curtiss A-1...

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