Some articles on training, combat crew training, combat, combat crew:
... Basic flying training at Randolph continued until March 1943, when the Army Air Forces Central Instructors School (CIS) was created ... For the next two years, training instructors for ground schools, instructor pilots (including civilian contract instructors) for all three phases of flying ... school, which specialized in transition training for B-29 bomber pilots, copilots and engineers ...
... July 1968 - June 1969, student, undergraduate pilot training, Reese AFB, Texas July 1969 - October 1969, student, O-1 forward air controller combat crew training, Hurlburt Field, Florida October 1969 ... Air Forces in Europe, Ramstein AB, West Germany October 1978 - November 1978, student, F-15 combat crew training, 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Luke AFB, Arizona December 1978 - July 1982, F-15 fighter ... Forces, Shaw AFB, South Carolina January 2000 - June 2000, Vice Commander, Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Virginia June 2000 - November 2001, Commander, Air ...
... In September 1943, the 46th Bombardment Operational Training Wing, arrived from Dalhart Army Airfield, Texas ... The 395th's mission was to be a combat aircrew replacement unit for B-17 Flying Fortress aircrews ... radio operators and flight engineers as they completed their specialty training elsewhere ...
... Squadron Shield Location Nickname Aircraft Note 4017th Combat Crew Training Squadron Castle AFB B-52B Replaced by 329th Combat Crew Training Squadron (1986) 4018th Combat Crew ...
Famous quotes containing the words training, combat and/or crew:
“Dancing is a wonderful training for girls, its the first way you learn to guess what a man is going to do before he does it.”
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“If combat means living in a ditch, females have biological problems staying in a ditch for 30 days because they get infections.... Males are biologically driven to go out and hunt giraffes.”
—Newt Gingrich (b. 1943)
“Nor aught availed him now
To have built in heavn high towrs; nor did he scape
By all his engines, but was headlong sent
With his industrious crew to build in hell.”
—John Milton (16081674)