Class 42-G, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, Texas
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- Class Books
- 42-G: Class 42-G
- History of Base - Includes a history of the base or facility
- History of Local Area - Includes a description of the local area, city or town
- Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns
- Goodfellow Field; San Angelo, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
- 000221: Flight Time
Volume 02, Number 16, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, Texas
This is one of 23 items in the CAVU series.
Added: June 24, 2008
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Army Air Forces Collection, "CAVU: Class 42-G, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, Texas" (item 000105), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000105 (accessed 17 September 2014).
Ceiling and Visibility Unlimited (CAVU). Class book for pilot class 42-G at Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, Texas.
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 Jeffrey Rogner (04-Jan-2009 04:20 PM)
My father was Major H.E Rogner Comdg. 68th Sqdn I have the CAVU 43-D book and he is Lt. Col H.E. Rogner Director of Training
 George R Frisbee (23-May-2010 11:58 PM)
On page 70 is listed one cadet named Eugene Wesley Roddenbery AKA Gene Roddenbery creator of the Star Trek Franchise.Flew B-17's
 william (11-Oct-2010 01:45 PM)
Thanks for the heads up on Gene Roddenberry. I saw this book at an antiques fair in St. Petersburg, FL. I could not get back to the fair fast enough! It looks like him too. They are all heroes in my book. They had the courage to look the devil in the eye and take a swing at him.
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