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... was bombed on December 7, 1941, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps ... told reporters that after graduating in June, he might play for the Lions if the Army would not take him ... In the summer of 1942, the Army did take Westfall despite his 4-F rating ...
... forces through a three-star's command, UK Field Army ... Kingdom were to move immediately to Germany to reinforce British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) in case of war between NATO and the Warsaw Pact ... Infantry Division, York, (to reinforce I British Corps within 72 hours) 15th Infantry Brigade, Topcliffe Queen's Own Yeomanry (TA), Newcastle upon Tyne, (80x Fox ...
... See also Army Air Corps (United Kingdom) Aircraft Photo Origin Role Version Quantity Note Fixed-wing aircraft Britten-Norman Islander United Kingdom Reconnaissance AL1 7 Also has a limited use in ...
... for two pilots and 10 passengers three built in 1926 for the US Army Air Corps ... C-2A Military transport version for the US Army Air Corps, with greater wingspan, powered by three 220 hp (164 kW) Wright J-5 radial piston engines, accommodation for two ... C-7 Military transport conversion of C-2A for the US Army Air Corps by re-engining with 300 hp (220 kW) Wright R-975 engines ...
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