Flt Sgt / P/O Frederick Newman Smith ???

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Re: Flt Sgt / P/O Frederick Newman Smith ???

Post by georgetanksherman » Wed Nov 11, 2020 12:23 am

It is highly possible, We had British flying Training Schools here in the U.S.

British Flying Training Schools

1 BFTS Terrell, Texas. 9 June 1941, previously in Dallas, Texas (Info: This is the one that I am associated with the museum)
20 Cadets died while in training

2 BFTS Lancaster, California. 9 June 1941
1 Cadet died while in training

3 BFTS Miami, Oklahoma, 16 June 1941, previously in Tulsa, Oklahoma
15 Cadets died while in training

4 BFTS Mesa, Arizona. 16 June 1941
23 Cadets died while in training

5 BFTS Clewiston, Florida. 17 July 1941
23 Cadets died while in training

6 BFTS Ponca City, Oklahoma. 23 August 1941
7 Cadets died while in training

7 BFTS Sweetwater, Texas. May 1942, but closed August 1942 and turned into a W.A.S.P. training base
No Cadets died while in training

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