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After the 332d deployed overseas from Tuskegee Army Air Field, all black pilots were shunted into the 477th Medium Bombardment Group--essentially there were no replacement pilots for the 332d.
In the 1940's Doris worked as a dedicated secretary at the Rome Army Air Field, NY and had her pilot's license before her driver's license.
Major Jesse Marcel from the Roswell Army Air Field with debris found 75 miles north west of Roswell, N.
The C-130s stationed at the base make regular touch-and-gos at the base's runway, but repair work will cause pilots to fly to the Hope Army Air Field to perform the maneuver.
It is often erroneously referred to as Bagram Air Base, however, the senior mission commander at Bagram is an Army two-star general, making it an Army Air Field.
After training, Stein reported to Lubbock Army Air Field to receive his assignment He eventually logged over 347 combat hours and served in eight major battles in World War II as a B-24 copilot.
Army Environmental Command at Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Air Field (HAAF) in Georgia and White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) in New Mexico.
Chronicling her WW II service from her training at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia to her assignment at an army air field in Florida to surviving buzz bomb and V-2 rocket attacks in London and witnessing the devastation of Paris a scant two weeks after the city's liberation, An Army in Skirts is the candid testimony of a woman's perspective--thoughtfully discussing the connections Brown made with individual people and the simple day-to-day matters of survival as well as larger issues of war and peace.