MARCH, 1973 THE NEWS ARGUS PAGE THREE .... _ THEY CALL m/'SUPER BAD f9 Thenameon his flight jacket reads, "LT. MICHAEL SOUTHERS, SUPER BAD." The origin of the nickname is not clear but, ac cording to his fellow pilots, he has never made a bad landing on a carrier. One of his crewmen distinguished him as "the coolest . and one fine pilot," Mike Southers graduated from college with a degree in psychology and had one thing in mind , , . to fly! ■ | have always wanted to fly and the Navy offered me the best opportunity and training, I want to be a commercial pilot when I finish my tour and I have always regarded the Navy as the best way to go. The Navy is no bed of roses . . , it has many of the same problems that society has as far as race relations go, but they're really trying to do some thing about them. But, if I had to do it all over again, I'd do exactly the same thing " Mike Southers has his reasons for becoming a Navy pilot. The Navy has reasons for you. There is a wide range of opportunities open to you as a member of the Naval Air Team, Like Mike Southers, you could go into pilot training and learn to fly sleek Navy jets, multi-engine prop "tracker" planes, or big Navy helicopters. The Navy also offers you training as a flight officer with specialities in such areas as naviga tion, airborne electronics, air intercept control, or other exciting and rewarding fields. It takes a lot to wear the Navy wings , , , it takes a lot of hard work. But, the opportunity is there for you. Get in touch with the Navy recruiter near you and . ,. FLY NAVY THE NAVY'S NOT JUST SAYIN'IT, THEY'RE DOIN' IT! You may also mail in the attached coupon or call, toll free anytime: 800-841-8000 In Georgia call: 800-342-5855 THE NEW NAVY Navy Yard, Building 157-4, Washington, D.C. 20390 Please send information on Navy Programs for: □ High School Students □ College Students □ High School Graduates □ College Graduates Name Address. City -State- -Zip. Telephone No._ -^ge.

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