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Old 22nd June 2020, 12:54
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Pensacola training station 1938-41

Does anyone know the structure of the training wing at Pensacola in this period?

I know they were using the N3N and PT-14 biplane and the NJ-1 and SNJ monoplane, as well as the Boeing F4B-4 for trainee fighter pilots.

For pilots who were to fly scout and torpedo bombers I assume there were other arrangements?

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Keith
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