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    Relics Of A Bygone Network? by James Marland
    Published on January 23, 2014
    In the U.S., in the early years of air travel across the country, the Postal Service literally developed a ground-based navigation system by creating cement arrows across the country.   They leased land and paid civilians to keep them lit…

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