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Lectures to members of the Charlottesville Civil Air Patrol Squadron 32-4 1942-1943.

Author: Marjorie CarverA Letcher JonesFrank S KaulbackC B LewisJames B OrdAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Notes, in an unidentified hand, from lectures by A. Letcher Jones, Frank S. Kaulback, C.B. Lewis, James B. Ord, Jr., and others discuss procedures, meteorology, navigation, codes, aircraft identification, theory of flight, plane construction, aircraft engines, and aviation medicine. Quizzes are included.
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Genre/Form: Lectures
Notebooks
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Carver; A Letcher Jones; Frank S Kaulback; C B Lewis; James B Ord; United States. Civil Air Patrol.
OCLC Number: 123757483
Notes: Notes partially in shorthand.
Description: 1 v.

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Notes, in an unidentified hand, from lectures by A. Letcher Jones, Frank S. Kaulback, C.B. Lewis, James B. Ord, Jr., and others discuss procedures, meteorology, navigation, codes, aircraft identification, theory of flight, plane construction, aircraft engines, and aviation medicine. Quizzes are included.

Loose papers inserted in the notebook include a bibliography of Civil Air Patrol publications and a carbon of an intelligence report, November 1942 by Intelligence Officer Marjorie D. Carver. The latter notes that the squadron is "standing by to fly blood plasma, doctors, and nurses from the University of Virgnia Hopital to the scenes of disaster ... anywhere in the state."

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