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    • CAA War Training Service
    • 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...
    • 2008-8-016


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 33: Irma Gilleland. Secretary, and Harold Haines. CAA Resident Flight Supervisor, at work in the War Training Service office at the Asotin County Airport. Doug Balsillie, Maintenance Supervisor, was at Pullman when this picture was taken.
    • 2008-8-060


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Floor Plans for Zimmerly Air Transport Flight Contractor
    • 2008-8-003


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 4: "What we stand for: speed and efficiency; and our way of life.
    • 2008-8-004


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • 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...
    • 2008-8-005


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    • CAA War Training Service; plane; navy
    • Illustration for Photograph Album on Cover
    • 2008-8-001


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    • CAA War Training Service; plane; Navy
    • Cover of Photograph Album
    • 2008-8-001a


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    • CAA War Training Servicel flight training; Navy
    • Zimmerly Air Transport Flight Contractor for C.A.A. ~ W.T.S. Navy Program Lewiston, Idaho
    • 2008-8-002


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 5: Miscellaneous equipment used at Airport. Panel equipped for ambulance and service work. Tractor is used for handling airplanes and maintenance of runway. The tractor is also equipped with tow chains, fire extinguisher, and first aid kit....
    • 2008-8-006


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 6: This aerial view of the Airport was taken from three thousand feet. The graveled runway is 3800 feet long and 740 feet above sea level. In the foreground is the Snake River.
    • 2008-8-007


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 6:An auxiliary field. The main runway is over 3000 feet long. The cross-runway is rarely used because of the steady prevailing wind. The approaches are excellent from every direction
    • 2008-8-008


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 7: Bert Zimmerly, Owner and Manager
    • 2008-8-010


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    • CAA War Training Service; Fish Lake
    • 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.
    • 2008-8-009


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 8: Mr. Nelson, Company Auditor, checking completed stage forms.
    • 2008-8-011


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 8: Virginia Wilson, Bookkeeper, at work on company records
    • 2008-8-012


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 9: Our recepetion room can seat 7 visitors or persons waiting to transact business
    • 2008-8-013


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 9: Another view of the reception room
    • 2008-8-014


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 10: Aerial view of Blum's Dude Ranch on the West slope of the Bitterroot Mountains. Elk, Deer, Bear, Goat, and Fish are plentiful. On the white line to the left of the picture is an airport that we use many times.
    • 2008-8-015


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 11: Don Wolf Assistant chief pilot , seated at the chief pilots desk discussing a flight with Stanley Hepler, Flight instructor.
    • 2008-8-017


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 11: This gas pit is used chiefly for itinerent aircraft. Here one of the three Cessna's owned by Zimmerly Air Transport is being refueled. All trainers are gased by truck on the flight line.
    • 2008-8-018

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