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James Connally Graduation Statistics Table– Will update later This table shows the number of graduates in each class as provided by Air Education and Training Command. The (1) indicates classes with aviation cadets. A “0” or “Unk” indicaes the number of … Continue reading
Info from Bruce Ashcraft (AETC/HO) Randolph AFB, TX on February 24, 2006. The first class to graduate from James Connally Navigator training was 51-19 The first class to graduate from Harlingen –unknown The first class to have electronic training at … Continue reading
Navigators in Multiple Classes Richard (Dick) A. Bain (52-05, 61-18, 63-19) Josh Batchelder (52-??(RI) & 64-04) Walter F. Sosnowski (62-16 & 63-06RI) Navigator Conversion to Combat Systems Officer A Combat Systems Officer (CSO) is a rated aviation officer in the … Continue reading
This section includes interesting facts and photos about equipment navigators and observers use such as sextants, plotters, etc.
James Connally & Harlingen AFB Aviation Cadet Program History. (By Ron Barrett, 63-06-JC) The Flying/Aviation Cadet pilot training program was responsible for the training of almost all of the rated officers in the Signal Corps, Air Service, Army Air Corps, … Continue reading