Class 44-D, Waco Army Air Field, Waco, Texas
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Published: Taylor Engraving Corporation, Dallas, Texas, circa 1944
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- Class Books
- Training, Basic Flight
- 44-D: Class 44-D
- Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns
- Waco Army Air Field; Waco, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
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Added: June 24, 2008
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Class book for basic pilot class 44-D at the Waco Army Air Field in Waco, Texas.
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 Lisa Hinkle Siders (17-Nov-2009 08:22 AM)
 Lisa Hinkle Siders (17-Nov-2009 08:13 AM)
I have a this book my Great Uncle Bernard O. Hinkle was a 2nd Lt. in WWII. He graduated from this base as a pilot in class 44-D. If you start on Cadets page count it page number 1 page and my Great Uncle is on the top 4th from the left, name is correct (HINKLE,B.O.) but the state is incorrect...it should say Maud, Ohio, located in Butler County, Maud, Ohio (now) West Chester, Ohio. I also have couple letters and a picture Uncle Bernard sent home will in the service. Plus he was also a capture in October 26, 1944 when his plane went down in France. War Department Headquarters Army Air Force Washington, I have the Missing Air Crew Report...Thanks to a gentleman from France he called me Friday November 13, 2009 his name Mark Nelson a Baptist minister. Mark is working on adding my Great Uncle in the Military Museum..he is wanting help getting information on my great uncle. I would appreciate anyone that might of knew my great uncle that could shed some light on his WWII services. Uncle Bernard passed away on November 30, 2007 in Brown County, Georgetown, Ohio in the Veterans Hospital. Bernard was a very intelligent man, married and divorce had daughter and son..worked at GE (General Electric plant made air plane engines) in Evendale, Ohio (Cincinnati)area. Posted Tuesday November 17, 2009, by Great Neice, Lisa Hinkle Siders in Highland County, Ohio. Anyone who knew him or heard of him could you please contact me...have any pictures or info...please email me at
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