Naval Flight Training

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  1. magoo

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    My uncle was a flight instructor at Pensacola during World War II. What type of aircraft would he have been flying at that time?
     
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    It depends. These are what are in my Dad's logbook (1941).
    Primary: N2S and N3N
    VS-VO: OS2U and SOC
    Advanced: SNJ and SNV
    Instrument: SNJ
    Seaplane: PBY,

    What was your Uncle's name?

    Jonathan Horne
     
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    Welcome to the forum, magoo..... Enjoy the place....

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    Welcome Magoo - just finished flight training down there in Pensacola (well NAS Whiting Field in Milton, FL to be exact which is 30 miles away).
     
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