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1

Crash

Rescue

Crash Boat Photograph Album Click for Details

A photo album showing several AAF Crash Boats. The album was updated to add pictures of two boats.

2

Crash

Rescue

Crash Boat Squadron Records Click for Details
History of Crash Boat Squadrons, File A0926, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama

Historical records of Army Air Forces Crash Boat squadrons.

3

Crash

Rescue

Handbook of Instructions for AAF Rescue Boats Click for Details
42-Foot

A manual for the use and maintenance of 42-foot AAF crash/rescue boats.

4

Mechanics

Rescue

Training

Keesler Field Click for Details
Squadron H, Keesler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi

Pictorial of staff and base activities at Keesler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi.

5

Crash

Mechanics

Radio

Rescue

Training

Keesler Field Mississippi Click for Details
Pictorial of Keesler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi

Pictorial of base activities at Keesler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi.

6

Rescue

Marianas Air-Sea Rescue Click for Details
Bulletin Number 4

A bulletin with instructions for ditching aircraft in the vicinity of the Mariana Islands. Includes a list of survival rules.

7

B-26

Crash

Rescue

Training

Thunderbird Click for Details
Volume 01, Number 02, Summer 1943, MacDill Field Quarterly, Tampa, Florida

Quarterly publication about MacDill Field near Tampa, Florida.

8

Pilots

Rescue

Transport

We Thought We Heard the Angels Sing Click for Details
Lt. James C. Whittaker

An account of the flight carrying World War I ace Eddie Rickenbacker that ditched in the Pacific in 1942, written by co-pilot Lt. James C. Whittaker. This is an excerpt showing only a note and signature of the author.

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