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Cadet, The
Class 42-F, Fred Harman Training Center, Bruce Field, Ballinger, Texas

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Published: circa February 4, 1942


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Item: 000155

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Special Features:

  • Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns (452 items)
  • Memorial - Includes a memorial to those killed during training (126 items)
  • Photo of Pin-up - Includes a pin-up girl photograph or drawing (17 items)

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  • Bruce Field; Ballinger, Texas, USA (17 items)

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  • Private Collection

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This is one of 17 items in the Cadet series.

Added: August 10, 2009

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Class book for pilot class 42-F, Bruce Field, Ballinger, Texas.

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[1] Karen (15-May-2010 11:14 PM)

I've been working on my husband's family tree. This book helped to answer some questions about his great uncle, Melvin L. Holman. My husband's grandmother talked about her younger brother being a cadet and being killed while testing a plane. We would like more information about that incident. If any one knows where we can get more information, please contact us.

[2] Jim (11-Nov-2013 01:25 AM)

Hello Karen, I was looking for information about my uncle and ran into a registry of all accidents involving airplanes. I'm not sure I could find it again, but let me know if you'd like me to try. I found a record of a ground loop on landing when he was training.

[3] Jim (11-Nov-2013 01:28 AM)

By the way, if anyone has a copy of Bruce field class 42-K, I Would like to see it. My other uncle should be in that book. He was killed by sabotage of the plane he was ferrying out of Malta. I have never seen his picture.

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