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CAMP JOHN DICK AVIATION CONCENTRATION CAMP
CAMP JOHN DICK AVIATION CONCENTRATION CAMP. Camp John Dick Aviation Concentration Camp, also known as Camp Dick, was a personnel holding pool for graduates of ground training schools. It was located on the State Fairgrounds in Dallas from January 1918 until January 1919.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:Robert E. Hays, Jr., Military Aviation Activities in Texas, World Wars I and II (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1963).
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