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 27: Fairchild M62B's and Howard DGAl8's on the flight line between
flights. The gas truck has refueled all but the last plane and the
Cadets are in the cockpits getting ready for the next flight. The
trainers are wiped down after every flight....
Leon D. Cuddeback and a Swallow biplane of the type he flew on April 6, 1926 on a maiden flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho. The flight for Varney Air Lines launched permanent scheduled air service in this country.
Militias; Flight crews; Air forces; Aircraft; Airplane engines; Airplanes;
Four members of the Air National Guard dressed in flight gear. The men are standing next to a biplane. Left to right: Lieutenant A. H. Bode, Lieutenant Harold Hansen, Captain William G. Foster, Seargent A. G. Hylent.
Gowen Field (Idaho)--History. --World War, 1939-1945-Idaho--Personal narratives.
In this April 4, 2002 interview with Rachel Smythe, Mary Cozine describes working as a clerk at Gowen Field from 1942 through 1944. She also describes different activities for servicemen statoins during World War II, including dances at the...
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.