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-Like many other universities, the campus at Massachusetts State College (now UMass Amherst) was used during the Second World War as a training ground for military personnel.  In 1943 and 1944, the 58th College Training Detachment (Air Crew) of the U.S. Army Air Forces published the newspaper, //Take Off//.  The run of this newspaper is not quite complete and is somewhat irregularly numbered: issues for Mar. 27-April 10, 1943 numbered v.1, no.2-v.1,no.3; issue for April 17, 1943 numbered v.1, no. 5. +Like many other universities, the campus at Massachusetts State College (now UMass Amherst) was used during the Second World War as a training ground for military personnel.  In 1943 and 1944, the 58th College Training Detachment (Air Crew) of the U.S. Army Air Forces published the newspaper, //Take Off//.  The run of this newspaper is not quite complete and is somewhat irregularly numbered: issues for Mar. 27-April 10, 1943 numbered v.1, no.2-v.1,no.3; issue for April 17, 1943 numbered v.1, no. 5.  Digital files are hosted on the [[http://www.archive.org|Internet Archive]].
  * [[http://www.archive.org/details/takeoff01unit|Take Off]] ["A weekly publication for future cadets."]   * [[http://www.archive.org/details/takeoff01unit|Take Off]] ["A weekly publication for future cadets."]
   
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