Gig Sheet, The
Class 41-F, Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas
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- Ben Guttery
Published: August 15, 1941
This book belonged to Lt. Donald O. Lundberg, pictured on page 50. His class graduated just three months before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Sadly, Lt. Lundberg marked thirteen of his classmates who were killed in the months following graduation. Four of them were killed December 7, 1941 in Hawaii.
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- Class Books
- Training, Advanced Flight
- 41-F: Class 41-F
- Annotated - Includes handwritten notes or descriptions
- Biographies - Includes biographies of some cadets or officers
- Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns
- Kelly Field; San Antonio, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
This is one of 5 items in the Gig Sheet (Kelly) series.
Added: November 15, 2011
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Gig Sheet, The: Class 41-F, Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas" (item 000290), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000290 (accessed 17 November 2017).
Class book for advanced pilot class 41-F at Kelly Field, near San Antonio, Texas.
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 johan kuiper (05-Mar-2017 01:32 PM)
Hi all , as a researcher of the crash of the B-24 "Sack-time Sally " ( november 26 , 1943 ) , I can inform you that co-pilot Captain Dean Dalton was killed in action on that crash . He was a Cadet of Class 41-F .
Captain Dalton's body still rest in the Netherlands at the Cemetery of Margraten .
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