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AAHS Journal Vol 65, No 3
AAHS Journal, Vol 65, No 3
Fall 2020

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March 2, 1912

Albert Berry accomplishes the first successful parachute jump from a powered a/c during a test over the Jefferson Barracks military post in St. Louis, MO.  (Note:  some sources credit Grant Morton with this accomplishment in 1911).

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