Gig Sheet, The
Class 44-D, Pampa Army Air Field, Pampa, Texas
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- J. W. Phillips, Editor
- Ben Guttery
Published: April 15, 1944
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- Class Books
- 44-D: Class 44-D
- Biographies - Includes biographies of some cadets or officers
- Hometowns - Includes cadets' hometowns
- Owner - Includes the name of the original owner
- Pampa Army Flying School; Pampa, Texas, USA
- Ben Guttery
- Private Collection
- 000097: Gig Sheet, The
Class 43-E, Pampa Army Flying School, Pampa, Texas
- 000098: Gig Sheet, The
Class 44-C, Pampa Army Air Field, Pampa, Texas
This is one of 8 items in the Gig Sheet (Pampa) series.
Added: June 24, 2008
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Gig Sheet, The: Class 44-D, Pampa Army Air Field, Pampa, Texas" (item 000099), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000099 (accessed 17 November 2017).
Class book for pilot class 44-D at the Pampa Army Air Field, Pampa, Texas. This book belonged to Lt. John M. White, dated April 15, 1944.
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 Paul S Wilson (15-Sep-2011 03:36 PM)
I am very happy to see this book and those of other classes available online. The Internet is fantastic.
I am fortunate to have my dad's original copy. It has some mildew on the cover but is intact.
My dad was Robt. E. Wilson of Dallas, Texas. He was sent to troop carrier squadron in Rome after graduation where he flew C-47s. He participated in the Berlin Airlift in 48/49 and flew C54. Eventually flew for Pioneer Airlines, a forerunner of Continental.
If anyone else was in the class or your dad/grandfather was, share his story with me.
I am still in the family Dallas area, I am a Captain for Continental (now United) Airlines.
 Paul S Wilson (15-Sep-2011 03:41 PM)
I didn't notice that email is not shown,
Paul S. Wilson
I wrote down the GPS coordinates for Pampa AAF and put them on the moving map when I fly over the area. I have never so far spotted it, but I will keep trying.
 Virginia Benz Stennett (29-Oct-2011 01:59 PM)
My late father, Robert A. Benz of Portland, Oregon, was a flight instructor at Pampa on B-25's. Do any of you remember him? He passed away in 2005 and to his last day talked about his time at Pampa. His favorite story was flying a B-25 through the Grand Canyon (couldn't do that today!).
Viginia Benz Stennett
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