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It also features many images from publicity photoshoots where only one image is commonly seen in books but many were taken at the time. For example, Gabreski and ground crew photos after Gabby's 28th victory where Doc Hornig is included in the photo. Click on each picture below for the larger image.
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Transportation change takes place either piece-by-piece over a long period of time or via large-scale changes that occur over a relatively short number of years. Piece-by-piece change includes traditional investments: for example, adding a new lane or a system of coordinated traffic lights or perhaps a new transit line. Examples of large-scale change include the Interstate Highway System in the United States, the Internet, and wireless telecommunication.
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