Forgotten Fields of America

Forgotten Fields of America

World War II Bases and Training Then and Now

Book - 1996
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During a relatively short period of time, from 1939 to late 1943, the Army Air Corps grew from just 17 air bases to 345 main bases, 116 sub-bases and 322 auxiliary fields. Additionally, there were almost 500 bombing and gunnery ranges. This volume tells the story of 12 of those fields and shows them as they were during WWII and as they appear today: Freeman, Moton, Carlstrom, Buckingham, San Angelo, Hondo, Wendover, Walnut Ridge, Pyote, Pratt, Craig and Sioux.
Publisher: Missoula, Montana : Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., c1996, c1999-
ISBN: 9781575100517
Characteristics: v. : ill., ports. ; 28 cm


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