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Old 10th July 2022, 15:38
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Daniel Archibald Carmichael USN

I've managed to get a few details from various internet sources but his career post-war interests me. He led one or two reserve squadrons and was a test pilot for North American Aviation. All this while working as an architect?

Any details gratefully received,

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