College Training Detachment, 39th
Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina
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Published: Army and Navy Publishing Company of Louisiana, circa 1944
This book is part of the Wings Over America series, which combined general descriptions and pictures of the Army Air Forces with facility-specific descriptions and pictures.
This book belonged to John E. Voisin, who attended this school from October 1943 to February 1944.
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- Class Books
- History, Unit
- 39th CTD: 39th College Training Detachment
- Owner - Includes the name of the original owner
- Signatures - Includes signatures of cadets and/or instructors
- Presbyterian College; Clinton, South Carolina, USA
- Mike Voisin
- Private Collection
- 000344: Obstacle Course
Sketch, 39th College Training Detachment, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina
- 000010: College Training Detachment, 39th
Class E-1, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina
- John E. Voisin
- Wings Over America
Added: August 11, 2009
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Army Air Forces Collection, "College Training Detachment, 39th: Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina" (item 000183), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000183 (accessed 23 February 2018).
Class book of the 39th College Training Detachment, class of 1943-1944.
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 norm forbes (06-Mar-2011 09:19 PM)
was the emblem used as a cap badge or on the jacket?
 Mike Voisin (07-Mar-2011 08:46 AM)
As far as I know, the emblem on the cover is not a squadron or unit insignia. It was probably used by the publisher for this series of books.
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