Class 42-X, Randolph Army Air Field, San Antonio, Texas
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- J. Gordon Scott, Jr., Editor
- Stephen Quint
Published: December 1942
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- Class Books
- Training, Basic Flight
- 42-X: Class 42-X
- Cartoon by Caniff - Includes a cartoon by Milton Caniff
- History of Class - Includes a class narrative or history
- Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns
- Randolph Army Air Field; San Antonio, Texas, USA
- Stephen Quint
- Private Collection
Added: February 10, 2013
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Randolph Field: Class 42-X, Randolph Army Air Field, San Antonio, Texas" (item 000333), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000333 (accessed 18 November 2017).
Class book for basic pilot class 42-X at Randolph Army Air Field, San Antonio, Texas.
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 Chip (15-Nov-2013 09:44 PM)
thank you so much for making this available to us. My papaw is in this book. I had never seen him in his helmet.
 Sam (23-Feb-2015 04:11 PM)
what happened to the pictures? when I opened the file, all of the pictures were covered with a strange dot-matrix-like pattern?
 Mike Voisin (23-Feb-2015 04:45 PM)
Sam, the pattern is called a moire pattern and it's a result of scanning the book. Some books are printed with tiny dots that cause moire patterns when scanned. Sometimes it can be controlled by applying a de-interlacing filter as it's scanned. In this case, this is the best copy I have.
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