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    • BLM Arizona state aviation plan 2011

    • BLM Arizona state aviation plan 2011
    • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Office of Fire and Aviation. Arizona State Office.
    • Aeronautics in wildfire control--Arizona; Aeronautics--Arizona; Airplanes--Arizona; Helicopters--Arizona; Fire management--Arizona; Wildfires--Arizona--Prevention and control
    • 34 pages (PDF version).
    • Faces of Post 41: The 1940s

    • Faces of Post 41: The 1940s
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • Latinos contribute to World War II, from Luzon and Corregidor to Normandy and Germany.
    • Thunderbird Field Aircraft Hangar

    • Thunderbird Field Aircraft Hangar
    • Swope, John
    • Hangars 1930-1950; Thunderbird Field I; American Institute for Foreign Trade; American Graduate School of International Management; Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management; U. S. Army Air Forces
    • One of the aircraft hangars at Thunderbird Field is shown here reflected in a pool of water, another stellar John Swope photo. The biwing aircraft are Stearman trainers. At the top center of the hangar is the logo of the four airbases of the Army...
    • Founders of Thunderbird Field

    • Founders of Thunderbird Field
    • Markow, Robert
    • Connelly, John; Hayward, Leland; Southwest Airways; Thunderbird Field I;
    • The two men most responsible for developing Thunderbird Field were John Connelly, left, and Leland Hayward. John Connelly had been a test pilot; Hayward was a Hollywood producer as well as a pilot. Together they formed Southwest Airways and built...
    • Cadet George Byrne

    • Cadet George Byrne
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    • Pilots and pilotage; World War II; Thunderbird Field I; Luke Field; airbases; Byrne, George;
    • George Byrne,a cadet from Iowa, trained first at Thunderbird Field and then received his wings at Luke Field in May 1942. Byrne married a local girl, Ruth Sparks, and after a career in the air force, retired in Glendale.
    • Aerial Photo, 1957

    • Aerial Photo, 1957
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    • American Institute for Foreign Trade; Schools; Airbases; War Assets Administration;
    • On March 14, 1957, the School took full title to the property formerly known as Thunderbird Field. The property had been deeded to the School by the War Assets Administration on the condition that, "for a period of ten years….said premises shall...

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