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Aviation Trail Inc. by Aviation Trail Parachute Museum - 2M ago
Saturday, May 11, 2019 • 6:30 - 8:30 PM
The Aviation Trail Parachute Museum
hosts Trivia Nightat Flyboys Deli
Beavercreek - The Fairfield Mall
"Eat in NYC Without Leaving Historic Dayton"
Food Food • Good Fun
Trivia Questions on Parachutes, and Skydiving
2729 Fairfield Commons Boulevard, Beavercreek, Ohio 45431
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Aviation Trail Inc. by News Release, National Museum Of Th.. - 2M ago
PARATROOPERS TO PERFORM WWII COMBAT JUMP ON MAY 13 AS PART OF EVENTS COMMEMORATING 75th ANNIVERSARY OF D-DAY
DAYTON, Ohio – Paratroopers will perform a WWII combat jump over the skies of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force on May 13 at approximately 10 a.m. as part of the events commemorating the 75th Anniversary of D-Day - the largest amphibious assault in history which led to the beginning of the end of World War II in Europe. Weather permitting, a group of paratroopers will jump out of a C-53D Skytrooper named D-Day Doll, which
participated in the Normandy invasion in 1944 by dropping paratroopers, towing gliders, flying supplies and evacuating the wounded.
The public is invited to view the jump near the museum’s Memorial Park and interact with the paratroopers after they have landed.
The paratroopers are part of the Airborne Heritage Platoon based in Austin, Texas, who are experienced military jumpers, jumpmasters and parachute riggers that specialize in military static line demonstration jumps for airshows and veterans events.
According to Airborne Heritage Platoon Team Leader Cael Kooken, you wouldn’t typically see a WWII combat jump during the day.
“Combat jumps were usually done at night in order to surprise the enemy and take advantage of the cover of darkness to conceal the paratroopers,” said Kooken. However, the optics for viewing a jump at night are not nearly as good, so we jump during daylight hours and we’re proud to show the public a small part of what veterans have done for our freedom.” Built in 1943 by Douglas Aircraft in Santa Monica, California, D-Day Doll was delivered by the Women’s Air Corp pilots to the Army and then moved to England. As a troop transport, it carried 28 soldiers in full combat gear, and as a medical airlift plane it could accommodate 14 stretcher patients and three nurses.
Today D-Day Doll, is operated and maintained by the Inland Empire Wing of the Commemorative Air Force in Riverside, Calif., and continues to fly at air shows and special events around the country. Following the jump at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, the aircraft will be travelling on to Normandy, France, to reenact and commemorate the events of June 1944.
Paying tribute to WWII veterans and the sacrifices they made for our country is what it is all about, said pilot and D-Day Doll Project Officer, Col. (Ret.) Timothy Tarris.
“It is our duty to remember those of the ‘Greatest Generation,’ and we are honored to do so,” said Tarris. “Flying D-Day Doll is not only a fitting tribute to all of the WWII veterans in attendance and the millions of people they represent, but also helps to keep their story alive and educate new generations of Americans.”
At 12 p.m., the paratroopers will introduce the film “D-Day Normandy 1944” in the Air Force Museum Theatre. Theatre ticket information is available at: www.afmuseum.com/movietimes. That same day the museum and the Air Force Museum Foundation will open a new interactive augmented reality experience titled “D-Day: Freedom from Above,” at 9 a.m. This 3,500 sq. ft. exhibit will focus on the D-Day missions of the 82nd and 101st Airborne divisions in Sainte-Mere-Eglise, the first French town to be liberated, by utilizing tablets running the innovative technology “HistoPad,” designed by the French company Histovery.
HistoPad technology allows the visitor to experience the reality of the D-Day airborne invasion using an immersive, interactive augmented reality tablet. The tablet allows visitors to manipulate a series of 3D virtual relics, view unpublished photographs and extracts of exceptional archival films, interact with animated maps, and learn the incredible destinies of some of our nation’s D-Day heroes. The U.S. premiere of this exhibit has been made possible in association with the French Airborne Museum of Sainte-Mere-Eglise, in Normandy.
Beginning May 13 and continuing through the end of the year, tablets using the HistoPad technology will be available to rent through the Air Force Museum Foundation for a fee of $5. Visitors should allow about 40 minutes to tour the D-Day exhibit, but can also customize their own pace by selecting content that is most relevant to them.
Finally at 6:30 p.m., the Air Force Museum Theatre in partnership with Royal Air Force Museum American Foundation and the Royal Air Force Museum, will host the U.S. premiere of the film “Secret Spitfires” as part of a Living History Presentation in the Air Force Museum Theatre. The film examines the story of how the British were able to build Spitfire aircraft in secret, as rural towns and cities south of England became a major manufacturing center for building these aircraft. Spitfires were hidden in sheds, garages, back gardens, bus depots and even a hotel. With a workforce mainly made up of unskilled young girls, boys, women, elderly men and a handful of engineers, thousands of Spitfires were built, and became instrumental in winning the war. Filmmaker Ethem Cetintas will be present to speak before and after the film. Admission is $12 ($10 for Friends Members).
The museum will also commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on June 6 with a wreath laying ceremony, C-47 flyover; 101st Airborne Division reenactors; military vehicle display; special collections exhibit in the WWII Gallery; D-Day films and a Living History Presentation in the Air Force Museum Theatre.
Museum visitors can currently view a C-47 painted with large black and white invasion stripes like those used to transport paratroopers and tow gliders on D-Day; a CG-4 glider like those towed behind C-47s and released to land troops and equipment; and a variety of special uniforms and equipment used by paratroopers in the WWII Gallery. Additional content will be added in the coming months to further explain the USAAF’s involvement during D-Day.
For additional information on the museum’s D-Day events and exhibit, including complete schedule information visit https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Upcoming/Events/D-Day-75th-Anniversary/.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio, is the world’s largest military aviation museum. With free admission and parking, the museum features more than 350 aerospace vehicles and missiles and thousands of artifacts amid more than 19 acres of indoor exhibit space. Each year about one million visitors from around the world come to the museum. For more information, visit www.nationalmuseum.af.mil. For more information, please contact the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Education Division at (937) 255-3286.
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Aviation Trail Inc. by Nancy Royer, Waco Learning Center D.. - 2M ago
Aviation Lecture Series - WACO Historical Society
WACO Air Museum, 1865 South County Road 25A, Troy, Ohio 45373
Thursday, May 9, 2019–doors open at 6:30 p.m., speech at 7 p.m.
Eyes in the Sky:
The Evolution of American Airborne and
Space-Based Photographic Reconnaissance
WACO wraps up this season’s Aviation Lecture, on Thursday night, May 9th with Raymond Robb as the final speaker. The topic, “Eyes in the Sky” provides a historical overview of the U.S. airborne and space-based photographic reconnaissance over the last century. Mr. Robb will compare and contrast the early efforts with
the current capabilities of photographic reconnaissance from the skies. Doors will open to the public at 6:30 pm.
Ray grew up in Savannah, Georgia, where he developed a passion for aviation at an early age. Living in the shadow of Hunter Army Airfield, he was accustomed to frequent overflights of military aircraft of all types, a contributing factor in his decision to join the U.S. Air Force. While on active duty, he served for six years in England, followed by three years in the Netherlands on a Special Duty assignment. Upon completion of nearly a decade of service, he left the Air Force with an Honorable Discharge for a position at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, Virginia. From there, he later relocated to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, where he supported numerous aeronautical acquisition programs as a Contractor prior to becoming an Air Force Civil Servant. In this capacity, he currently works as a Security Specialist in the Air Force Research Laboratory. Outside of work, he is a Life Member of the Air Force Association, and continues to be a devoted aviation enthusiast, photographer, and historian. He has been a freelance writer since 2002 and frequently lectures throughout the Miami Valley on a variety of aviation history topics. He and his wife, Robin, live in Sugarcreek Township with their 15-year-old daughter, Staci.
All aviation lectures are free and open to the public; donations to WACO Air Museum are gladly accepted. Lectures are held in the Willis Wing of the WACO Air Museum at 1865 South County Road 25A in Troy, OH. Programs are scheduled to last one hour with questions to follow. For questions, please call 937-335-9226 or visit www.wacoairmuseum.org.
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Aviation Trail Inc. by Air Force Museum Foundation - 2M ago
Air Force Museum Foundation to Host D-Day Films
along with Exhibit Opening on May 13
DAYTON, Ohio, April 29, 2019 – In conjunction with the opening of the new 3,500 sq. ft. interactive augmented reality exhibit titled “D-Day: Freedom from Above,” the Air Force Museum Foundation will be showing D-Day-related films to begin the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day on Monday, May 13. All events take place at the National Museum of the U.S. Air ForceTM.
9:00 a.m. - Exhibit Ribbon Cutting
Location: Center of Building 2Cost: $5/pad rentalPad rental is free for first 50 attendees
12:00 p.m. - “D-Day: Normandy 1944 3D” movie
Location: Air Force Museum TheatreThis showing will be introduced by Airborne Heritage Platoon paratroopersTickets: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors (60+), $6 Children (3-12), 10% off for Foundation Members
4:00 p.m. - “D-Day: Normandy 1944 3D” movie
Location: Air Force Museum TheatreTickets: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors (60+), $6 Children (3-12), 10% off for Foundation Members
6:30 p.m. – “Secret Spitfires” U.S. Premiere
Guest speaker: Ethem Cetintas, filmmakerLocation: Air Force Museum TheatreTickets: $12 for general admission, $10 for Foundation Members and military
“This amazing exhibit will emphasize the critical impact of air power and airborne tactics which played a pivotal role in the invasion and forever changed history” stated Michael Imhoff, Executive Director, Air Force Museum Foundation. He continued, “Leveraging an Augmented Reality experience, this exhibit will enable to visitor to truly understand what those brave men went through. For it is our duty to honor the greatest generation, by inspiring the rising generation…so that we may never forget. Add in the films and other events scheduled for the 13th and it’s a day you won’t want to miss.”
According to David Tillotson III, Director of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, “This exhibit enhances the Museum’s educational and connective capabilities in ways we haven’t been able to historically provide. It is truly game changing technology that opens many amazing opportunities to educate and engage students on D-Day and the Greatest Generation, as well as potential future applications of this technology throughout the entire museum.”
Beginning May 13 and continuing through the end of the year, HistoPad tablets will be available for exhibit visitors to rent through the Air Force Museum Foundation for only $5 each. Visitors should allow about 40 minutes to tour the entire D-Day exhibit, but can also adapt to their own pace by selecting content that is most relevant to them.
For additional information on D-Day events and exhibits, including complete schedule information, visit https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Upcoming/Events/D-Day-75th-Anniversary/.
About the Air Force Museum Foundation
The Air Force Museum Foundation, Inc., established in 1960, raises funds and awareness to support the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force mission. For more information on the Air Force Museum Foundation, visit www.afmuseum.com.
About the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio, is the world’s largest military aviation museum. With free admission and parking, the museum features more than 360 aerospace vehicles and missiles and thousands of artifacts amid more than 19 acres of indoor exhibit space. Each year about one million visitors from around the world come to the museum. For more information, visitwww.nationalmuseum.af.mil.
About Histovery
Based in Paris, France, Histovery provides museums and monuments with the HistoPad, a new interactive experience to enhance enjoyment of historical and cultural visits.
Dedicated to intuitively guiding all visitors, HistoPad tablets provide immersive time travelling, entertaining interactivity and stunning 3D scientific reconstructions.
HistoPad Augmented Visits, available in several major World Heritage sites, enable visitors from all over the world, of all ages and abilities, to make the most of their journey into culture and knowledge. For more information, visit histovery.com.
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Come to Moraine Airpark (I73) in Moraine Ohio for its 60th annual Funday Sunday Fly-In on May 5, 2019. Enjoy the longest running EAA Chapter Fly-In at the same location in the history of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). Historically the first fly in of the season. See a large assortment of homebuilt, classic, and vintage airplanes. Interact with the pilots! Breakfast and lunch will be available, as well as biplane rides, FAA information forums, and more.
Spend the day with EAA chapter 48 for a wonderful and FUN 60th!!
Tentative Schedule of Events
Pancake Breakfast : 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
FAA Forum: 10:00 a.m
FAA Master Pilot Award Presentation: 11:30 a.m. (see below)
Lunch: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
FAA Master Pilot Award:
Presentation of the most prestigious award that FAA issues to pilots – The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award recognizing professionalism, skill and aviation expertise as an accident-free career pilot for at least 50 years. Less than 1% of current active pilots have received this award.
Moraine Pilots being honored as Master Pilots by FAA are: Patty Wagner Roger Saddler Jack Darst
We hope that you can attend!
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Aviation Trail Inc. by National Park Service - 2M ago
Storytelling
Dunbar Story Salon at the Dunbar Visitor Center (site #2 on the Aviation Trail)Saturday, April 27th 2:00pm - 3:30pm
The Paul Laurence Dunbar House Historic Site proudly announces a new venture - Saturday Storytelling Sessions.
Award-winning storyteller and NPS artist-in-residence, Omopé Carter Daboiku starts a new initiative on Saturday, April 27 from 2pm to 4pm. To be held every fourth Saturday, the Dunbar Story Salon is an open mic event with a twist -- tellers will be chosen by lottery. The first quarter hour will be a social mixer, so folks can meet each other and not just be audience members.
Those who wish to experience the galleries of Dunbar's personal effects and tour the historic home should arrive at least 1 hour in advance.
In the spirit of Paul Laurence Dunbar and Dayton's strong literary culture, come celebrate the joy of listening. Bring your piece of the mosaic and let's create an intentional community built on shared experience!
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The Paul Laurence Dunbar House Historic Site is located at 219 N. Paul Laurence Dunbar Street, Dayton, Ohio.
Please enter through the visitor center entrance on 312 Edison Street (around the corner from the Dunbar House).
Tours of the home are free and available from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (last tour at 3:30 pm).
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Carillon Historical Park - site # 4 on the Aviation Trail
DAYTON, Ohio—Working closely with the University of Dayton and Premier Health as they develop the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Dayton History is preparing to preserve Barn #17 at Carillon Historical Park. Aside from the iconic roundhouse, Barn #17 is thought to be the oldest remaining structure on the old Montgomery County Fairgrounds.
While Dayton History advocates the preservation of historic structures in situ, their relocation is occasionally necessary to avoid demolition. Such is the case with Montgomery County Fairgrounds Barn #17—the 19th-century building would have otherwise been lost to redevelopment.
“We are pleased to save, relocate, and restore Barn #17,” says Dayton History President & CEO Brady Kress. “Once moved to Carillon Historical Park, this timber frame structure will recount the unique story of the Fairgrounds and the significant events that occurred on the property. Barn #17 will be strategically situated to help the Park fulfill its master plan.”
Barn #17 will bridge three important Carillon Park programming themes: early Dayton settlement, transportation, and agriculture.
“We select historic structures for relocation based on several factors, including unique historic significance, remaining original material, the practicality of the move, and the presence of adequate funding for the project,” says Kress. “Barn #17 met all these requirements, and we are thrilled it will soon arrive at the Park.”
In the late 19th century, Barn #17 was built as a large Fairground stable. Once traces of lead paint and asbestos are removed from the Barn, the remaining timbers, framing, and foundation will be labeled, dismantled, and transported to Carillon Park for reassembly. The complete project is being privately funded through the generosity of the James and Mary Houtz Family Foundation.
But this is not the first time historic buildings have been relocated to Carillon Historical Park. The original Deeds Barn—the small carriage house where Charles Kettering and the Barn Gang invented the automobile starter motor—is the centerpiece of the Heritage Center of Dayton Manufacturing & Entrepreneurship; Newcom Tavern, Dayton’s oldest standing building, hosts the popular Tavern Dinner series; and dozens of other historic structures all enable hands-on educational opportunities for Carillon Park’s 250,000 annual guests.
About Carillon Historical Park
Carillon Historical Park is part of Dayton History, a private non-profit organization established to preserve, share, and celebrate our region’s history. The Park's 65-acre campus is home to over 30 historic structures and cares for over three million artifacts. In addition to Carillon Historical Park, the following sites rest under Dayton History’s care: Carillon Brewing Co., Hawthorn Hill, the Paul Laurence Dunbar House Historic Site, Patterson Homestead, the Old Court House, the Mound Cold War Discovery Center, Memorial Hall, and the Archive Center.
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Aviation Trail Inc. by Angie Hoschouer Manager Of Developm.. - 2M ago
Headstone cleaning classes to be held at Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, site # 8 on the Aviation Trail
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DAYTON, Ohio --
On June 6, 1944, D-Day - the largest amphibious assault in history - took place as more than 150,000 American, British, and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of heavily fortified French coast. This risky invasion of France’s Normandy region caused over 4,000 Allied casualties on the first day alone. Code-named Operation Overlord, the Normandy campaign led to the liberation of France and the beginning of the end of World War II in Europe.
According to National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Curator Jeff Duford, the contribution of the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) to the D-Day invasion was essential to its success and unprecedented in its concentration and size.
“Before D-Day, the USAAF gained control of the air by breaking the enemy’s fighter force in battles over Germany and bombing French airfields, and American Airmen also prevented the enemy from rapidly reinforcing Normandy by destroying the transportation system in northwestern France,” said Duford. “On D-Day, the USAAF’s Eighth and Ninth Air Forces dispatched nearly 9,000 aircraft, which dropped airborne troops, protected friendly forces from air attack, and struck enemy ground targets at will.”
Seventy five years later the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force will commemorate this historic feat with several events beginning in May and continuing throughout the year.
On the morning of May 13, a C-53D Skytrooper from the Inland Empire Wing of the Commemorative Air Force in Riverside, Calif., named D-Day Doll, which participated in the Normandy invasion in 1944 by dropping paratroopers, towing gliders, flying supplies and evacuating the wounded, will drop a group of paratroopers from the Airborne Heritage Platoon based in Austin, Texas, over the skies of the museum at approximately 10 a.m. (weather permitting). The public is invited to view the drop near the museum’s Memorial Park and interact with the paratroopers after they have landed. At 12 p.m., the paratroopers will introduce the film “D-Day Normandy 1944” in the Air Force Museum Theatre. Theatre ticket information is available at: www.afmuseum.com/movietimes.
That same day the museum and the Air Force Museum Foundation will open a new interactive augmented reality experience titled “D-Day: Freedom from Above,” at 9 a.m. This 3,500 sq. ft. exhibit will focus on the D-Day missions of the 82nd and 101st Airborne divisions in Sainte-Mere-Eglise, the first French town to be liberated, by utilizing tablets running the innovative technology “HistoPad,” designed by the French company Histovery.
HistoPad technology allows the visitor to experience the reality of the D-Day airborne invasion using an immersive, interactive augmented reality tablet. The tablet allows visitors to manipulate a series of 3D virtual relics, view unpublished photographs and extracts of exceptional archival films, interact with animated maps, and learn the incredible destinies of some of our nation’s D-Day heroes. The U.S. premiere of this exhibit has been made possible in association with the French Airborne Museum of Sainte-Mere-Eglise, in Normandy.
Beginning May 13 and continuing through the end of the year, tablets using the HistoPad technology will be available to rent through the Air Force Museum Foundation for a fee of $5. Visitors should allow about 40 minutes to tour the D-Day exhibit, but can also customize their own pace by selecting content that is most relevant to them.
Finally at 6:30 p.m., the Air Force Museum Theatre in partnership with Royal Air Force Museum American Foundation and the Royal Air Force Museum, will host the U.S. premiere of the film “Secret Spitfires” as part of a Living History Presentation in the Air Force Museum Theatre. The film examines the story of how the British were able to build Spitfire aircraft in secret, as rural towns and cities south of England became a major manufacturing center for building these aircraft. Spitfires were hidden in sheds, garages, back gardens, bus depots and even a hotel. With a workforce mainly made up of unskilled young girls, boys, women, elderly men and a handful of engineers, thousands of Spitfires were built, and became instrumental in winning the war. Filmmaker Ethem Cetintas will be present to speak before and after the film. Admission is $12 ($10 for Friends Members).
The museum will also commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on June 6 with a wreath laying ceremony and C-47 flyover in the museum’s Memorial Park at 10 a.m. D-Day reenactors will attend the wreath laying ceremony, and perform impressions of the 101stAirborne Division and interact with visitors from 12-5 p.m. in the WWII Gallery. Throughout the day, the museum will also highlight D-Day and Operation Overlord with a special collections display in the WWII Gallery, and WWII military vehicles will be on display outside the museum.
Also on June 6, the Air Force Museum Theatre will show the film “D-Day Normandy 1944” at 12 p.m. and 4 p.m., and host a Living History Presentation and film at 6:30 p.m. Theatre ticket information is available at:www.afmuseum.com/movietimes.
Museum visitors can currently view a C-47 painted with large black and white invasion stripes like those used to transport paratroopers and tow gliders on D-Day; a CG-4 glider like those towed behind C-47s and released to land troops and equipment; and a variety of special uniforms and equipment used by paratroopers in the WWII Gallery. Additional content will also be added in the coming months to further explain the USAAF’s involvement during D-Day.
For additional information on the museum’s D-Day events and exhibit, including complete schedule information visit https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Upcoming/Events/D-Day-75th-Anniversary/.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio, is the world’s largest military aviation museum. With free admission and parking, the museum features more than 350 aerospace vehicles and missiles and thousands of artifacts amid more than 19 acres of indoor exhibit space. Each year about one million visitors from around the world come to the museum. For more information, visit www.nationalmuseum.af.mil.
For more information, please contact the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Education Division at (937) 255-3286.
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Aviation Trail Inc. by Carillon Historical Park - Dayton H.. - 3M ago
Join Dayton History for a very special Hawthorn Hill open house on April 28 from 12:00–5:00 pm!
Reservations Required • Space is Limited
Tickets: (937) 293-2841
Act fast! Wright at Home, Dayton History's special Hawthorn Hill open house, only happens once a year. And it sold out the past three years!
Reservations required: (937) 293-2841
During Wright at Home, visitors join the ranks of Charles Lindbergh, Henry Ford, and Thomas Edison as guests to Orville Wright's success mansion.
Stephen Wright, the Wright brothers' great grand-nephew, will interpret his family's home alongside Dayton History staff members.
The Oakwood Historical Society, co-host of Wright at Home, will provide walking tours of the surrounding historic Oakwood neighborhood. Light refreshments will be served.

Join us for this special visit to Hawthorn Hill, the world's first pilot's last home on April 28 from 12:00–5:00 pm. All proceeds benefit Dayton History and the Oakwood Historical Society.
For more upcoming events at Dayton History
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