photographer unknown: U.S. Navy Posture Testing
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Series of World War Two era Military Identification photos, made at the U. S. Navy Pre-Flight School at St. Mary's College in California for tracking posture & fitness. An important element in preflight training was physical training and competitive athletics, used to generate desirable psychological attitudes, group loyalties and 'hardening' to prepare men for combat. Within this context, it is easy to understand why these posture studies were recorded on film to mark a recruit's progress and growth.
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- Height: 9 inches
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