Class 45-225 and 45-325, Carlsbad Army Air Field, Carlsbad, New Mexico
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- Biu Tsui
Published: circa 1945
This item was submitted by Bui Tsui, whose father Yang-chin Chu, is pictured on page 45.
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- Class Books
- 45-225: Class 45-225
- 45-325: Class 45-325
- Chinese Cadets - Includes Chinese cadets training in the US
- Carlsbad Army Air Field; Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA
- Biu Tsui
- Private Collection
This is one of 7 items in the Bombs Away (Carlsbad) series.
Added: January 22, 2013
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Bombs Away: Class 45-225 and 45-325, Carlsbad Army Air Field, Carlsbad, New Mexico" (item 000412), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000412 (accessed 20 February 2018).
Class book for bombardier classes 45-225 and 45-325 at the Carlsbad Army Air Field, Carlsbad, New Mexico.
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 Bobby Lee Siliman (23-Jan-2013 10:35 AM)
This is a great classbook, information wise! I have this xerox copy in my files already and I am having most of the pages enhanced for better viewing. It is a few weeks away from being completed but I wanted Tsui Biu, the son of one of these CAAF Chinese cadets, to have better images for his research. He wants to compile a bettter understanding of what all his father did while in America training to take the war back home to fight the Japanese. I recently added to my small library, the Marana Army Air Field class book "Interphone" Class 44-E. His father took pilot lessons and graduated from there but not with the 44-E class. From there he was sent to Carlsbad Army Air Field for bombardier and navigation training. He graduated with the class of 45-235
Thank you for sharing this and adding it to your one of a kind collection!
Bobby Lee Silliman
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