Matagorda Gunnery Ranges, Matagorda Island, Texas
Wings Over America
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- Ben Guttery
Published: Army and Navy Publishing Company of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1943
This item shows scenes from Matagorda Peninsula and Port O'Connor, Texas.
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- Class Books
- 1004th Quartermaster: 1004th Quartermaster Company
- 856th Gunnery: 856th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron
- 857th Gunnery: 857th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron
- 858th Gunnery: 858th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron
- 859th Gunnery: 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron
- 908th Quartermaster: 908th Quartermaster Company
- History of Base - Includes a history of the base or facility
- Matagorda Gunnery Ranges; Matagorda Island, Texas, USA
- Port O'Connor, Texas, USA
- Foster Field; Victoria, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
- Wings Over America
Added: November 29, 2013
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Matagorda Gunnery Ranges, Matagorda Island, Texas: Wings Over America" (item 000491), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000491 (accessed 17 January 2018).
Class book for gunnery training squadrons at the Matagorda Gunnery Ranges, and Foster Field, Victoria, Texas.
Pages common to all publications in the "Wings Over America" series.
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 L Allen (13-Apr-2014 01:29 AM)
I have this book in very good condition. My father gave it to me because he is in this book. Thanks for saving it to pdf in case my copy is lost or destroyed.
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