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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY -- NAVAL HISTORICAL CENTER
805 KIDDER BREESE SE -- WASHINGTON NAVY YARD
WASHINGTON DC 20374-5060

Naval Aviation Training

Cover(1.6 mb file, download as a .pdf)

Contents, Introduction, and U.S. Naval Aviation Training
1911-1922 (Pages inside cover and 1-5, 1.8 mb file, 
download as a .pdf)

U.S. Naval Aviation Training (continued)(Pages 6-9, 1.1 mb 
file, download as a .pdf)

Memories of WW II Trainng and Women in the Training Command
(Pages 10-17, 1.4 mb file, download as .pdf)

Aviation Officer Candidate School (Pages 18-21, 2.0 mb file, 
download as .pdf)

The Art of Surviving and Jet Pipeline (Pages 22-25, 1.3 mb 
file, download as .pdf)

Rotary-wing Pipeline and NFO Training (Pages 26-29, 1.4 mb 
file, download as .pdf)

Maritime Pipeline (Pages 30-31, 1.0 mb file, download as .pdf)

Enlisted Aircrew (Pages 32-35, 2.0 mb file, download as .pdf)

Training Command Aircraft (Pages 36-39, 1.1 mb file, 
download as .pdf)
 
Training Command Aircraft (continued) (Pages 40-43, 2.0 mb 
file, download as .pdf)

Training Command Aircraft (continued) (Pages 44-46, 2.0 mb 
file, download as .pdf)

Training Command Aircraft (continued) (Pages 47-52 2.0 mb 
file, download as .pdf)

Training Command Aircraft (continued) (Pages 53-56, 2.2 mb 
file, download as .pdf)

Inside back cover and back cover (1.3 mb file, download as .pdf)

NOTE: This monograph has been out of print for several years and paper copies are no longer available through the Government Printing Office. This electronic version has been placed on the Naval Historical Center's homepage because it is an excellent reference source for information about the Navy's training command and history. As an electronic document, there is a compromise between picture quality and the capability of the optical-character-reader software to correctly identify the text in the monograph, which results in the picture quality being less than optimum.

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31 August 1999