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During World War II, the United States Army Air Force was not an independent service but under the command of the army. In the course of the war it became the most powerful military aviation service in the world. And unlike its Axis adversaries the American crews and pilots were rotated out – after serving their tour they often returned to training units, passing on their experience. This meticulous and prudent instructional system was able to provide the rapidly expanding air force with drilled and disciplined airmen.