Page 7: Fish Lake is one of the forest service fields in the Mountains
of Idaho. Moose, Elk, and Fish are plentiful. Our airplanes frequently
use this and many other airports in the wilds of Idaho. Some of the
runways are only 1200 feet in length.
Page 10: Myrtle Stout, Secretary, in charge of War Training
Service records and Harold Haines, CAA Resident Flight Supervisor,
completing a board action, Isabella Robertson, in charge of student
progress and flight schedules, working on tomorrows...
Page 5: This is an aerial close-up of the Airport and buildings. Between the main building
and the large hangar may be seen 20 Cubs used for Elementary training. The left of the
main building is the line of Fairchild trainers used for Intermediate...
Page 12: Shows the new addition to our Parts room office
(refer to floor plan). The Parts room office and the new addition
are used by Earl Myers, Purchasing Agent; Bernadette Lowery his
Assistant; Mary Lou Whitmore, Telephone operator and...
Page 17: Our electrically heated vat for oleaning motors
and other parts before magnufluxing. This pioture shows a 3/4 inch
hose and foamite gun. Six fire hose which include 2-2 inch hose are
in locations approved by the fire inspectors. In...
Page 18: In addition to overhauling and maintenance on War Training
Service airplanes our shop completely rebuilt this S-6000-B Travelair
7 passenger airplane. This airplane is used for forest fires and
Civil Air Patrol.
Page 20: Bun Phay, left, is operating a Magnuflux machine
used to detect minute cracks in vital engine parts thus cutting possible
engine failure to a minimum. Three of the mechanics have taken special
training in the operation of this machine from...