History of Sixty-first Troop Carrier Wing
Sedalia Army Air Field, Warrensburg, Missouri, 1 July - 2 Sept 1945

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Published: circa 1945

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  • 61st TCW: 61st Troop Carrier Wing (1 item)


  • Sedalia Army Air Field; Warrensburg, Missouri, USA (1 item)



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Added: January 19, 2008

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Army Air Forces Collection, "History of Sixty-first Troop Carrier Wing: Sedalia Army Air Field, Warrensburg, Missouri, 1 July - 2 Sept 1945" (item 000046), AAF Collection, (accessed 23 February 2018).

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A history of the 61st Troop Carrier Wing, including details of a project code-named Project Wonderful. This was a project to plan and schedule air transportation for some 30,000 troops in the Continental Air Force.

Cpl. Charles E. Caldwell was sent to Kirtland AAF after having completed Aviation Engineer School at Geiger Field, Spokane, WA, to participate in some way with this Project, but by the time he arrived the Project was completed or near completion so he had no part in it.

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