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Station List
Gulf Coast Army Air Forces Training Center, Randolph Field, Texas

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Published: November 1, 1942

The following stations were listed as of November 1, 1942. No doubt it continually changed throughout the war. Specializations also changed. For example a primary flight school then may have changed to an advanced flight school later.

Altus, Oklahoma; AAF Advanced Flying School (Twin Engine)

Ballinger, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Big Spring, Texas; AAF Bombardier School

Blackland, Waco, Texas; Blackland Army Flying School (Twin Engine & Glider)

Bonham, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Brady, Texas; AAF Basic Flying School (Civil Contract)

Brooks Field, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Twin Engine & Observation)

Bryan, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Single Engine)

Chickasha, Oklahoma; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Childress, Texas; AAF Bombardier School

Coffeyville, Kansas; AAF Basic Flying School

Coleman, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Corsicana, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Cuero, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Dalhart, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Advanced Glider)

Del Rio, Texas; AAF Bombardier School

Denton, Texas; AAF Glider Training Detachment

Dodge City, Kansas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Twin Engine)

Eagle Pass, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Single Engine)

East Saint Louis, Illinois; AAF Flying Training Detachment

Ellington Field, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Twin Engine)

Enid, Oklahoma; Enid Army Flying School (Basic)

Fort Worth, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Foster Field, Victoria; AAF Advanced Flying School (Single Engine)

Frederick, Oklahoma; AAF Advanced Flying School (Twin Engine)

Garden City, Kansas; AAF Basic Flying School

Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, Texas; AAF Basic Flying School

Greenville, Texas; AAF Basic Flying School

Hamilton, Texas; AAF Glider Training Detachment

Harlingan, Texas; Harlingen Army Gunnery School

Hondo, Texas; AAF Navigation School

Independence, Kansas; AAF Basic Flying School

Kelly Field, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School

Lake Charles, Louisiana; Lake Charles Army Flying School (Single Engine)

Lamesa, Texas; AAF Glider Training Detachment

Laredo, Texas; AAF Flexible Gunnery School

Lubbok, Texas; Lubbock Army Flying School (Twin Engine)

Matagorda Island; Matagorda Island Gunnery Range (Single Engine)

Matagorda Peninsula; Matagorda Peninsula Bombing Range

Midland, Texas; AAF Bombardier School

Moore Field, Mission, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Single Engine)

Muskegee, Oklahoma; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Okmulgae, Oklahoma; AAF Glider Training Detachment

Pampa, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Twin Engine)

Perrin Field, Sherman, Texas; AAF Basic Flying School

Pine Bluff, Arkansas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Pittsburg, Kansas; AAF Glider Training Detachment

Randolph Field, Texas; Headquarters, Gulf Coast Army Air Forces Training Center

Randolph Field, Texas; AAF Basic Flying School

San Angelo, Texas; AAF Bombardier School

San Antonio, Texas; San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center

San Marcos, Texas; AAF Navigation School

Sikeston, Missouri; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

South Plains, Lubbock, Texas; South Plains Army Flying School (Advanced Glider)

Stamford, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Sweetwater, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Tarrant Field, Fort Worth, Texas; AAF Combat Crew School

Tulsa, Oklahoma; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Uvalde, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Vernon, Texas; AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary)

Victoria, #2, Texas; AAF Advanced Flying School (Single Engine)

Vinita, Oklahoma; AAF Glider Training Detachment

Waco, Texas; Waco Army Flying School (Basic)

Winfield, Kansas; AAF Basic Flying School



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