Young America Flies (1940)
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Four young student pilots, each with different long term ambitions, work to become certified in their chosen field.
Bill, Jane, Jim, and Jack, four aspiring young pilots, enroll in flight school and are assigned to John Woodward, a tough but sympathetic flight instructor. Bill hopes to become a commercial pilot, Jane, his fiancee, an instructor, and Jim, an army pilot. Jack's brashness and lack of discipline cause him to get cashiered as a pilot, but to his credit he re-enrolls in order to become an aeronautical engineer.
In this entry in Vitaphone's "Broadway Brevity" series---production number 5110---four young civilians, some carrying personal baggage that will be a hindrance, are shown going through the arduous training required prior to their joining various services of the United States Army Air Corps.
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