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|A 1945 aerial view of Hutchinson. |
Hutchinson was selected in 1942 as a site to provide primary training for the Naval Air Reserve.
Until the station was completed, the Navy made temporary use of the town's municipal airport. The airfield was commissioned at the end of 1942.
The first training planes used were N2S-3s & N2S-4s, which were later ...
|classical target for fighters , planes..carters||09/15/2005||525|
|at this place airport firefighters from around europe learn to fight against burning planes under nearly real conditions.||12/18/2006||407|
|Four planes flying in formation near the northern French coast. Looks like a training flight. ||09/12/2005||973|
|This is Brunswick Bowling and Billiards training center. Here they provide training for almost everything brunswick. Products that have available training here include: GS Series automatic pinsetters (GS-X, GS-98, GS-96, and GS-10), and Automatic scoring systems (Vector, Frameworx)||08/02/2005||434|
|Columbus air force base in Mississippi. ||12/24/2006||880|
|The on-airport Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter Training Center is a regional training facility of airport based fire fighters featuring safe, realistic, and mission-critical emergency training.|
|Sheppard Air Force Base is a 5,500-acre technical training base, employing 7,400 military and civilian personnel.|
The base was set-up in October 17, 1941.
Today, Sheppard is the largest US training base and home to the 82nd Training Wing and 80th Flying Training Wing.
|This training center was opened in 1978, and has two separate training track areas, which include various turf and dirt courses. There are approximately 2,300 race horses stabled at the Center. |
|You can see 14 planes on the more northern waiting line, 1 on the outhern (3 cargo planes further back), and one on the takeoff lane.||10/16/2006||510|
|This is Brikby used by the by the danish forces training in city combat. Also foreign forces have been training her, among them are the forces of the Baltic countries and also the Ukraine.||10/21/2007||1,469|
|Conversions of Tu-134B airliners (NATO 'Crusty') for training pilots and navigators of RFAS strategic aviation.|
The Tupolev Tu-134 (NATO codename: 'Crusty') is a Soviet twin-engined airliner, similar to the American Douglas DC-9. One of the most widely used aircraft in the former Warsaw Pact countries, its number in active service is decreasing because of noise restrictions. The ...