Flying School

  • (noun): A school for teaching students to fly airplanes.

Some articles on flying school, school, flying:

Aviron Flying School
... Aviron flying school (trans ... Airplane flying school) was established in April, 1936 in Palestine under the British Mandate (now Israel) ... The school was based in kibbutz Afikim, in Northern Israel ...
Lebed XII - Operational History
... These included the Imperial aviation school, the Gatchinskoy military flying school, the Odessa flying school, Kiev school for pilots and observers and the flying school of ... Over 50 were supplied to the Navy's school of air combat in Krasnoye Selo alone ...
Orval R. Cook - Biography
... Entering Primary Flying School at Brooks Field, Texas, Cook graduated from Advanced Flying School at Kelly Field, Texas in January 1924 and remained there as an instructor ... Field in September 1926 as assistant engineering officer and flying instructor at the Primary Flying School ... Entering the Air Corps Engineering School at Wright Field, Ohio in June 1929, Cook graduated a year later and was assigned to the Aircraft Branch at Materiel Division ...
Gunter Annex - History - World War II
... was published and indicated a need for a preliminary flying school in the Montgomery area ... The Commandant of the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, Colonel Walter Weaver, picked the Montgomery Municipal Airport and the surrounding area ... In late 1940, Mayor Gunter died and, on the recommendation of Colonel Hornsby, the flying field was officially named 'Gunter Field' in early 1941 ...
Jacob Earl Fickel - Biography
... Fickel was next ordered to Rockwell Field in California as a student officer at the flying school ... In June 1925 Fickel graduated from the Air Corps Technical School at Langley Field ... graduated with honors from the Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth ...

Famous quotes containing the words school and/or flying:

    The academic expectations for a child just beginning school are minimal. You want your child to come to preschool feeling happy, reasonably secure, and eager to explore and learn.
    Bettye M. Caldwell (20th century)

    And now for something completely different.
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