Pfc. Gweep at Radio School
Army Air Forces Training Command, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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Published: 1943

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  • Sioux Falls Army Air Field; Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA (9 items)



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Added: June 30, 2007

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This is an orientation booklet describing what the fictional Pfc. Gweep could expect during radio school training. The author Cpl. Turner, probably attended the 20-week program.

44 pages; PDF (.pdf)
Original item: Booklet; 5 x 8 inches
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[1] Larry (13-Jul-2008 01:43 PM)

An excellent addition to the site. Answers a lot of questions as to how personnel were selected for their next assignment from Radio School.

[2] Al Lorenz (03-Aug-2008 04:38 PM)

Would be interested in obtaining this book.

[3] Paul DMyers (13-Feb-2009 03:29 PM)

I started school 1-1-1943, and after two long bouts of pneumonia,I graduated 7-15-9143. Col Cote was our CO. Paul

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