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Radar Photographs
From the Photograph Album of John E. Voisin

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Published: October 1945

These are a few pictures from the personal photograph album of Second Lieutenant John E. Voisin while he was stationed at the Yuma Army Air Field in Yuma, Arizona. He was being trained as a radar observer, bombardment.


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  • Yuma Army Air Field; Yuma, Arizona, USA (3 items)
  • Muroc Army Air Field; Edwards, California, USA (1 item)
  • Lemoore Army Flying School; Lemoore, California, USA (2 items)
  • Rankin Aeronautical Academy; Tulare, California, USA (20 items)

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  • 000145: Radar Photography
    AAF Manual 95-101-1
  • 000023: Radar Observers' Bombardment Information File (ROBIF)

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Added: October 27, 2008

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Photographs of the H2X radar system in a B-25 bomber and radar screen shots taken during training missions.

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[1] Alan (11-Nov-2009 12:15 PM)

Super photo's - what a fantastic time of technological advances to have lived through and been part of !!

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