More than 1,500 US military personnel and civilians gathered to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of military flight at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., March 2, 2010. The Foulois Centennial Military Flight Celebration honored then-Army Lt. Benjamin Foulois, a Signal Corps pilot who took off from Ft. Sam in a Wright B Flyer on March 2, 1910, ushering in the advent of military flight. Here, Rich Stepler (l) and Don Stroud fly "Brown Bird," one of two Wright B Flyer replicas at the event, over the historic Army post during the celebration.
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