A formation of three O-38 aircraft belonging to the Maryland National Guard's 104th Observation Squadron fly over Detrick Field, in Frederick, Md., Aug. 13, 1931. Detrick Field, which later became Fort Detrick, Md., was named in honor of Dr. (Capt.) Fredrick Detrick, the squadron's flight surgeon, who died in June 1931. (Released)
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