Where Great Air Combat Leaders Are Made
Between the wars US Army Aviation Cadets were trained at Kelly and Randolph Fields in Texas. This historic program shows you the making of great air combat leaders and takes us to the point where the pilots get their Silver Wings and Gold Bars.
Complete History of Air Combat
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