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April 26 in history

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April 26, 1940 - Prospective air corps men offered interviews: Young men of the Green Bay area will have a special opportunity to gain information concerning possibilities offered by the Army air corps through interviews tomorrow with Lieutenant Marvin McNickle, of the corps, at the army office in the Federal building.

Lieutenant McNickle will fly here from Milwaukee to spend the day in the city for the purpose of aiding all who are interested in joining the corps. He is a member of the corps examining board which will be in Milwaukee through May 4 to give final examinations for enlistment in the service. Anyone from this city or county who intends to apply at Milwaukee has been asked to first contact the army office here.

Requirements for the corps state that applicants should be between 21 and 27 years of age, with two years of college education, unmarried and capable of passing a rigid physical examination.

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