Class 44-B, Ellington Field, Houston, Texas
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- Ben Guttery
Published: circa 1944
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- Training, Advanced Flight
- Class Books
- 44-B: Class 44-B
- History of Base - Includes a history of the base or facility
- History of Class - Includes a class narrative or history
- Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns
- Ellington Field; Ellington, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
- 000375: Astro-dome
Class 44-03, Ellington Field, Ellington, Texas, Volume 01, Number 04
- 000086: Ellington Field
Class 44-D, Ellington Field, Houston, Texas.
- 000220: Ellington Field
This is one of 7 items in the Ellington Field series.
Added: June 17, 2008
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Ellington Field: Class 44-B, Ellington Field, Houston, Texas" (item 000085), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000085 (accessed 17 January 2018).
Class book for pilot class 44-B at Ellington Field, near Houston, Texas.
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 Derald Riggs (26-Apr-2010 11:14 AM)
Thanks for posting this. It contains a photo of my uncle, Robert L. Crabb, who was a co-pilot for 30 B-24 missions in Europe, and a pilot for an additional 5 B-24 missions in March 1945. A end of war in Europe, he volunteered to go to P-51s and was killed in a training accident May 31, 1945.
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