Army Pilots in the Making
Mesa Del Ray, Palo Alto Airport, Inc., King City, California
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Published: circa July 1942
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- Class Books
- Training, Primary Flight
- Palo Alto Airport; King City, California, USA
- Warren Carah
- Private Collection
Added: December 21, 2006
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Army Pilots in the Making: Mesa Del Ray, Palo Alto Airport, Inc., King City, California" (item 000018), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000018 (accessed 23 May 2017).
Class book for the Army Primary Flying School at Mesa del Rey, Palo Alto Airport, King City, California.
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 DW (11-Feb-2010 01:53 PM)
Found this today while searching for records about my dad, who graduated from Mesa del Rey, class 44-J. The only other info I have is that he was discharged from Amarillo Army Air Corps Base in Nov 1945. He was from Pittsburgh, Pa
 Bill Beven Jasper (27-Oct-2010 12:58 PM)
I'm also researching my dad, who did his Primary training at King City during Apr-May 1942. Just visited King City [Oct 2010] collecting info from city and the collection of Mickey Muzinich, a former instructor for Mesa del Rey. If you have similar interests, call me at 412-979-2938 or by email at Bill_Jasper@yahoo.com.
 S Murphy (29-Feb-2012 11:25 AM)
I have a Kings Log of Class 44-J, Mesa Del Rey, King City,Ca. Would like to find a home for it with any of the personel serving at that time and location.
 Connie (16-Dec-2012 08:58 PM)
My Uncle Mickey was a flight instructor and I helped him publish his story about this time of history. His book is called 'Keep em Flying' by Mickey Muzinich as told to Connie Hammill. I hope everyone enjoys his fun stories.
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