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List Of Accidents And Incidents Involving Military Aircraft Before 1925 - 1923
... take off from McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio, the same aircraft he piloted with the 1st Provisional Air Brigade during bomb tests out of Langley Field that sank the ... The Army named the balloon landing facility at Fort Benning, in his home state of Georgia, Lawson Field in his honor in August 1931 ... Lawson was added to his, giving the parsimonious post war Army two memorials for the price of one ...
Stuttgart Municipal Airport - History
... The airport was opened in September 1942 as Stuttgart Army Air Field by the United States Army Air Forces and was used as an advanced twin engine aircraft ... Stuttgart AAF was administered by the 426th Base Headquarters Air Base Squadron and flying training was conducted by the 34th Two Engine Flying Training Group ... In 1945, the base transferred to the II Tactical Air Division of Third Air Force and was home to the 69th and 74th Reconnaissance Groups and the 369th Fighter Group ...
Tachikawa Airfield - History - Origins
... Japan's first scheduled air service linked Tokyo and Osaka with a three-hour flight ... civil aviation in 1933, Tachikawa returned to being an Army airfield ... The Imperial Japanese Army built technical schools at Tachikawa, one of which was the Tokorozawa Army Aviation Maintenance School, established in 1935 ...
Avon Park Executive Airport - History
... II it was leased by the United States Army Air Forces on 4 October 1941 ... During the war, it was assigned to the Army Air Forces Training Command as a contract pilot training airfield ... It was placed under the jurisdiction of the 61st Army Air Force Fight Training Detachment (Contract Flying) ...
Bombardier (film)
... film war drama about the training program for bombardiers of the United States Army Air Forces ... It was largely filmed at Kirtland Army Air Field, New Mexico ... Army Air Forces to see combat in World War II, introduces the film with the statement ...

Famous quotes containing the words air and/or army:

    The evergreen woods had a decidedly sweet and bracing fragrance; the air was a sort of diet-drink, and we walked on buoyantly in Indian file, stretching our legs.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The contention that a standing army and navy is the best security of peace is about as logical as the claim that the most peaceful citizen is he who goes about heavily armed. The experience of every-day life fully proves that the armed individual is invariably anxious to try his strength. The same is historically true of governments. Really peaceful countries do not waste life and energy in war preparations, with the result that peace is maintained.
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)