Number 1 British Flying Training School, Terrell, Texas, Volume 2
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Published: circa 1942
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- Class Books
- British Cadets - Includes British cadets training in the US
- History of Class - Includes a class narrative or history
- Number 1 British Flying Training School; Terrell, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
This is one of 6 items in the Detached Flight series.
Added: June 24, 2008
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Detached Flight: Number 1 British Flying Training School, Terrell, Texas, Volume 2" (item 000110), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000110 (accessed 23 September 2017).
Class book for British airmen in the Royal Air Force who trained at the Kaufman County Airport in Terrell, Texas. These are British airmen who trained in the United States under a 1941 arrangement.
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 Al & Janice Castleman (20-Nov-2008 12:50 PM)
See our webpage for more on the No.1 British Flying Training School. Al Castleman's father, James Edward (Jimmie) Castleman was a flight instructor at the school in Terrell, TX during the early 1940s.
 Raymond M Baechle Jr (01-Jan-2013 07:13 PM)
My father was one of those there for training. U.S. citizen R M Baechle. I remember looking at this book as a kid. I think it got tossed out when my parents moved from Illinois to Florida back in 1970's. Wish I had it today.
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