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History 1 July 1945 to 5 October 1945 : 3094th AAF Base Unit (Factory School), Boeing Aircraft Company, 6600 Ellis Avenue, Seattle 8, Washington.
Unbound (loose pages), hand typed. "Superfortress school." "5 October 1945, the date of deactivation." Include bibliography and section titled: Supporting Documents.

History 1 May 1945 to 30 June 1945 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (Factory School), Boeing Aircraft Company, 660 Ellis Avenue, Seattle 8, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. "Superfortress School." Includes bibliography and sections titled: Supporting Documents.

History 1 January 1945 to 28 February 1945 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (Factory School) Boeing Aircraft Corporation, 6647 Corson Avenue, Seattle 8, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. Includes bibliography and a section titled: Supporting Documents.

History 1 November 1944 to 31 December 1944 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (Factory School) Boeing Aircraft Corporation, Seattle 8, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. Includes bibliography and a supporting documents section.

History 1 July 1944 to 31 August 1944 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (Factory School) Boeing Aircraft Corporation, Seattle 8, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. Includes bibliography.

History 1 January 1944 to 30 June 1944 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (formerly 13th AAFTTD) Seattle, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. Includes bibliography.

History 1 March 1945 to 30 April 1945 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (Factory School), Boeing Aircraft Company, 6600 Ellis Avenue, Seattle 8, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. Includes bibliography and section titled: Supporting Documents.

History 1 September 1944 to 31 October 1944 : 3711th AAF Base Unit (Factory School) Boeing Aircraft Corporation, Seattle 8, Washington.
Bound, hand typed. Includes bibliography and appendix.

2563 AAF Base Unit : 44-W-9.
Next to last class to graduate. 44-W-10 was last before deactivation.

Rules and instructions for government of pilots, mechanics and riggers.
Date for this item was determined by a Dahlberg research volunteer to be 1918. His source was "Mavericks of the Sky: the first daring pilots of the U.S. Air Mail" by Barry Rosenberg, and Catherine Macaulay. Notes on top of page 282.
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