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The following telegram was sent to Mr. Fred A. Toombs, Secretary, Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington, D. C. for interpretation of certain phrases in the original regulation tInt were not nbsolutely clear. Tf18se statements are of especial interest to 'WASPs who have been flying co-pilot arid have 'n'ot logged 200 hours of first pilot time. The telegraphic reply from the CAB.is ipcorpor. ated with the telegraphic questions in order to facilitnte reading: REFERENCE SPECIAL CAB REGU,LATION326 REQUEST TELEGRAPHIC CLARIFICATION FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: IS A V1ASPTRAINEE, AVENGERFIELD, CONSIDERED A WASP AS REQUIRED IN PAaAGR.APHTWO? CAB ANSWER: A WASP TRAINEE AT AVENGERFIELD IS CmJSIDERED A WASP UJ\TDER THIS REGULATION IF APPLICANT HAS BEEN ON SOLO FLYING STATUS AT LEAST SIX CONSECUTIVE rJlONTHS • QUESTION: . QUESTION: DOES. !lACTIVE DUTY WITH .SOLO FLYING STATUSIt INCLUDE AVENGER FIELD'TRAINING? . ItACTIVE DUTY WITH SOLO FLYING STATUSlI WOULDINCLUDE CAB ANSWER: AVENGERFIELD. TRAINING. IS AN AVENGERFIELD GRADUATE~q:r;TH MINIMUM OF. 210 HOURS APPROXH!iATELYHALF SOLO ELIGIBLE FOR COMMERCIALLICENSE? CAB ANSWER: AVENGERFIELD GRADUATEWITH MINIMUM210 HOUHS APPROXHlIATELY HALF SOLO WOULDBE ELIGIBLE FOR COwThlliRCIAL CERTIFICATE. QUESTION: . QUESTION.: REQUEST WASPS.WITH STUDENT OR EXPIRED'CliA LiCENSE 'BUT WHO ARE AUTOR~TICALLY ELIGIBLE FOR CERTIFICATION FOR PRIVATE AND COMMBRCIAL AFTER DISCH.4.rWE BE'PERMITTED TO TAKE F~IGHT ,TESTS FOR INSTRffiviENTAND INSTRUCTOR RATLTGS BEFORE ,WASP INACTIVATION IN ORDER THi,T 'rEEY MAYHAVE ADVMTTAGESOF " , AVAILABLE MILITARY 'AlaCRAFT. THIS REQUEST AFFECTS SE.'VERAL .. HUJ\TDRED. WASPS. " . ,'. CAB ANSVlER: *CA.AADVISES THAT Th'EIR INSPECTORS WILL EX.!i.?Ui'JE Aj']D FLIGHT TEST ELIGIBlE APPLICANTS FOR INSTRUCTOR A.I'JD' INSTiUJMENT R.ATINGS IN ARMY: AIn.CR.A~T BEFORE INACTIVArr:ION OF AFPLICANT. V'/F,AT PERCENTJi.GEOF ARHY COPILOT TDiIE IS QUALIFYING AS FIRST PILOT TBlE UNDER CAB (a) IF PILOT IS RATED AS FInST PILOT FOR AIRCRAFT? (b) IF PILOT IS NOT RATED AS FIRST PILOT? CAB ANSV1ER: FIRST PILOT OR COPILOT TE~ MAYBE LOGGEDii.S SHOWNON ARMY FORM FIVE RECorW FOR EACH PILOT. QUESTION:

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LINK' TRAINER INSTRUCTORS:

. , The.'r?commendat{on of "the Four Engine Conference in. Liberal, Kansas; ''for the-.'use' of civilians as Link Trainer Instructors (as . published in WASP'Newsletter; yol. I, No.4, dated December 1, 1944) has now been approved by AAF Training Command. Headquarters, Fort Worth. The follovdng TlT.Xis .being sent the'station/:! in the Eastern Flying Training. Command,nnd interested Wi.SPs .; in. other Comm~nds shoUld ~ontact' theirHeadqua~ters'andTraining Command He~dquarters for informntion'as to procedure' to be followed. . . .

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.:..... :~TWX: REFERENCE CURTAILIliEl'rr WASP PHOGRAIliI, UGGEST GONSIDERATION .. S UTII"IZATION OF QUALIFIED WASPS AS:LINK TRAINER. INSTli.UCTORS AND;'.TNTERESTED '~WN":QUALIFIED'WASPS AS LINK' TRJi. NER .INSTRUCTOR I . TRAINEES ; 'WITHIN EXISTING CIVILIAN PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATIONS. LINK TftAlNER INSTRUCTOR REFERENCE.VOL. I, STANDARDFIELD . CLASSIFICATION SHEETS, POSITION NO. ~85W.
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Its hahe' and other fcc.:i..ures u.re c!:1bryo. During tho next l~onth it is :'1oped. -tIll: t <:11 \;ASPsnill .• p<;;,rtic'ipnte in the m.'.iilin;;,the filling, the stabilizing, -:lndthe exp[:1Usionof .this letter. Its purpos~ is to provide Q ffi8diumfor disseninution of. info~m~tion concernina ~li~P enplo~rmcnt and activities, The ~ddition~l purpose of ,unificu.tion vdll elso be served. I~~1cdi~tc plGns c~ll for ~n'''9th:er'ne~::slctter to be neiled to the stations before ini:.ctivation~ and, depending upon e fe';,; details not yet r:orkcd out, pcricr.1.ic.-.lly, for a long, lcn~ time, For, the second nc..... .. er 0.11 ,'ASPs~re urged to respond briskly ':;ith n6\7S of slet ~ re9U!ploymcnt possibilities, of pluns [:1l~ inclividual c.ctivities, e.nd su:saostions forpublicution anci unification.

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ADVISOHY COUl';CIL

To provide on ini ti~.'.l st.ructure for this nm:'sletter, an ,Acting Advisory Council has be(ln eIJtc.blished. It is cOIOlpost:;d '"l,SPs r;ho are interested; of not only in the ne';';9l)L"\per I but in ~ :'-J~SP org[~niz~tion after Decei!',ber20th. Have you heard of '~he p:cojected "Order of Fifinello.?" The ideo.. is spreQ.ding, fast.-and definite il1forJ.lation about it ';lill be printed in t.he next ~:G'.:Sletter. The preserrb purpose of the Council is to offer activo, siBnific~nt,' Lmdvuried infornK'~tion :lnc ideO-s, imd to crock stir:uJ.8.tin[5 persono.l cont~',c'(js '.'!ith tho '.iilS~s. Tile }lublication l1iU,st e up to the :ninute and c.ccurui;e, :".nu b !lust be cosniznnt of our needs no~':nnd in the future. The vL1lue of ti18 ne'.',:sletter is unlird'~cdl 'rhe rec.1izlltion of its potenti:.dH,ies dep0L'lc13 upon the contributions ~:.nl~ cnthnsi[~fim of' ull :':..:Ps cvcr~~.'hE::re. The Advisory. .• S ' Council is 'tentative i:J1C~' inc'ompletc until ell the COrflIm:mds nctively ~rc represented. Your sum~estions and personnel rccoInJ'1.lcmdations r.re rE:C1uo~r(;ed. This is the present ActinG ~dvisory Council: Bonnie Ed:nuncls,,i)oue;lf\~,.. ::;'riz.; Ruth Pctr:'l, COlU'tlLmd,,Ala.; '...- Dorothy ,~SI)ellJ C:(lildrcss, Tex.; fJva n::.rie PEcierson and Betty ',,'illiams, C.I.S." :inndolph Field, Tex.; Lr.~r;y Durkc, Honcio, 'fex.; Betty Clei'lUli:i::>, Dl~.~tl:leville, ,.hrk.; Doro'\:.hy.3~::e.in, .:.rc.:do, i'ex.;, , V ' r.:c.rgarct ~clbl_Tn, E,,-:~1eFelOS, Tex.; Eliz~Jbeth i'incKcths.n, i.!t:.xr:ell Field, Alabaj,],q K<.'.tI1crinc DUSSD.q, Tr. Com. He., Fort ~':orth, 'i'ex.; Dctt~r ThompS01), unc,9r Ficld, Ala.; i'!D.ry,:n.tcrs, Greenr;ood, :,:iss. ~ q e.nd Cl:::.ra E2.r-sIl, EFTC H(:'., (:D.7.'\':e11 t'h:ld, lila., Ghdrman
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"CIVIL AERONAUTICS '1I.DHINISTRATION, Ca~'lMUNICATIONS BRANCH, HAS AVAILABLE ",' :i,. NUMEROUS NATIONVJIDE CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS AS AIRCRAFT CG.lMUNICATOn.3. GRADUATE WASPS AND ELIMINEES HITH PRIVATE LICENSES ELIGIBLE. SALAli.Y " '.',: BEGINS AT NINETEEN SIXTY. AUTCMATIC PRCMOTION AFTER FOUR MONTHS T'rtArN~,c,: :, i ,",: ING TO TWO THOUSAl\TDPLUS G\TERTD:iE. 25 PE..,tWENT DIFFERENTIAL FOR ALASKii.N SERVICE. TRAINING AT ALL REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS FOR DG'IIESTIC POSITIOnS' ".:: AND IN SEATTLE FOR A~4..SKAN .ASSIGNVSE!'{T.. TRAINING CCNERS NAVIGATION, . ;:, ,,METEOROLOGY, RADIO-TELEPHONE, RADIo-.:TELEGRAPH, TELETYPE, WORK CONSISTS OF RADIO-TELEPHONE CONTACTS IN AIR-GROU~'D POSITIONS REPORTING AND' TP".ANSo-. ' ". MITTING ALL TYPES ~VEAT~R DATA, 'TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING AIR TRAFFIC:, ,, . CONTROL, INSTRUCTIONS, DELIVERING FLIGHT ADVISORIES. REPRESENTATIVES OF CIVIL SERVICE CCMMISSION ViILL VISIT AVENGER FIELD, _J.7 and 18 NOVEivi~ 1944 FOR RECRUIT-ING'IN 4TH REGION. WHERE CAN USE APPRDXn~A'rELY FOR.TY. REC(]jiMEND WASPS INTERESTED SIMILAR POSITION OTHER REGIONS CONTACT APPl1.CPRIATE CM REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS HIr11E.DIATELY. FOURTH REGION ALREADY EMPLOYS FIVE EX~WASPS. END ~"

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REEMPLOYMENT INFOro!J£11..9.lJ (continued): Plans are developing at Fort Worth Training Command Headquarters for the employment of a flewex-WASP personnel as "Aircraft AccirlentAnalysts". The Air Safety Unit of the Air Inspection Section is now screening applicants for such positions, which carry the grades of CAF-5 Trainee, or CAF-7 Journeyman. Duties of such an employee would be to act as an Administrative Assistant to the Officer in charge o£ technical review and analyses of aircraft accidents and reported violations of flying regulations. Qualifications which will be given emphasis in the selection of personnpl vall be: educational background, a knowledge of engineering based on flying experience in a variety of military aircraft, and administrative and clerical experience. Those interested should write, stating qualifications to the Commanding General, Headquarters Army Air Forces Training Command, Fort Worth 2, Texas. Attention: Civilian ~ersonnel Section. ' .TEST PILOTS: WASPs stationed at Lockbourne P~B, Columbus, Ohio, investigated the possibilities of testing planes for Boeing Airc~aft and found that'all of their Test Pilots are required to have A.B. degrees in Engineering, as well as qualifications as four-engine pilots. RECCMMENDATION: Headquarters, Army Air Forces, has expressed a desire th~t qualiried WASPs be given consideration for any available Civilian~ clerical, professional, or technical Ground Positions in the AAF. CM: For your 'information the CAA Regional, District, and Sub-District Offices are listed below. If you are interested in.taking a ~Titten or flight examination for Power, Instructor, or Instrument Rating, a mimeographed list of monthly itineraries of the CM Inspectors is obtainable upon request to the nearest CAA office. REGION 1: REGION 2: 385 Madison Avenue, New York 17, New York. 84 Marietta st., Atlanta, Georgia. REGION 4: P. O. Box 1689, Fort Worth 1, Texas~

REGION 5: Ninth Floor City Hall, Kansas City 6, Mo.

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WAS SUP_ GOSS:UP: HerE::e.re e. fnJ bits of news th8.t c,me by wcy of the provcrbiC'l grr-pt:vinc that definitely needs ii~"ter:Lng and culciv8ting. Ho\' [-.cout lo'is of nn.'s and v:ie~'iS from you for the next issue???? EngegeT.l0.n':jSGTe r8:'111y in vogue: Lor,'['.inc Zil.lncr frem 'Waco, 'Tex. nnd Lt'. ~!IcDonald fro:n Dc.ll:,:s. Good luck to the "Iuk3 .:lnd DuchC!ss i)f Dallasll!! And tbere I s Helon T1'i.,'5~; rom I'hrch l'ielc', f C:'.l. Also :1:.1':';J ::?rsi,in fro;] Eagl.:; Pass, 'Tex.. Joy Johl i.s nO'i,' Nlr.s. DaCosta. I"j:::-.ry .Jo :':".trlc7Is fianc;; is the nh""'l'C.,l r"~"1"11'n L'"'ff';c"l' .r .y.,. .L.~, g' .•.~,~ 3.t f" """,,,,••. \",C .11'--, J.O .'\.,-,.:r., '''.0'' J', t:o'"c. ..:',...•..:-, J" ~ IT~ ",Is ~-:l..!..L: ) Ih~ 81.-'''111' 1•..,~ ,I' ••.. ,1 ~ ...~ c,} .. .., }," 1,';1'", an intornsting :raffiark quoted from ;:t letter from 'Urs r,':~(1t0n: "As to Decor-aboI' 20th 11m going homo (;;;!ichitc.. :F\:lls)' as f'u:t n:s I c:m get thers f).!lOcook as h,uo :lS I can coak to ma\:G up .for lost timo." (Lon It bb.mc 70u, PodL;, ','I.; all r:J:len.bcr hO'"1 nico :\:11'. Cliff is). Judy 2a}'I' is no'~.' ':Lt L.mDolrh e..S '':Til.SF Exoc1.itL-e for CFTC, replacing Ke,y Dus:J.:J.qrJlo is nC'l':,:,:ASPExecutivo for th,:) tl.l'eo Trclininq; CO!!l~1':tnds ,,:;ith Hdqrs. Cl t Ft. \'lorth. Tho WASPs aro still proving ti10;ir vcr:::-::tilit;r an c..11 typos of ~ircraft. Maybe ;,rau coulc:n It c9.1l b0r II qualified "Bover Bllg'1, bc;,t Clara rrursh fro!''! I:!Iax':l01L Fi:.;l'.J, Ala. experionced the: illtricaci.:,s of t:~king-o:ff :lno landing 8. Eolicoptor. 1..t..-1'l-9 gro.h:at,:)d frat':; Av:m~8r on th,; 6tb of !';ovc;TI1b:~rj and rec8i vocl Baso ~1.2s1p,:n :lents. L:.4-hT~lO ,,rill 1'3cCJiv'2 th?ir ':rings, bnt no o..ssign:llonts. H9.ve you h:>J.ro. of th.:: out9t::mo5.ng i:nrrovG,[1cmt at Av'ng::;r? 1:1(11 D'11T'lCks is nO',7 fillod ',"J.i.th"bant fifty Army Instructors froon Er:r,m!! - (Al',;c.y~)die:; think A.vJngc)l' Fiold ',':auld Invo be/,m ;noro oxeitLJg '.!ith 8. co-oc:.ucation:'tl 8tra 'c:ph,:ru). Lot Kielty is th2 ~'!ASP St~ff Exoc. lor tit", .O:,,::;conc1 Forco :.tt ColJr_tcto fpr.i.nr;:3, Col,:). But Air back to 1'0'1'lnC0--tlw pl.'..ce to DC) st:lti,:.mcd is Craig Field, AI.. :l. You kl1o' •.'--big SO',lth:.::rn moon, mint julops, etc. An(~ you Ciln slap ~Tour "Fifin(~ll'l ~C'1J.2rl! ''iIith a lJ'J.gnoli3. :.md C3.11 1'):1' liHOl:cy-chil()li, '1.f ,lust ::;bout ev,:.'ry 7'ASP tb ')1'0 r,:).snI t Dean e.ff:.:;ct,::,o. :Ft;ggy iVlclbl'lCl,ra st::u~t,:x) it off.' by g::tting n1'1:.:'ri";0 ;::(;'!')ra 1. "1onths :1.go. Iv:iko Sca;fi316 follo';':,JQ suit. And no-:' l\ita Nurrhy i;:: cnpgc;(,. (Sorry, kid~;, no transf,TS). 1\11'8.Shoehyl S l'fiQny 1':c:1..:;n(3 ,:iD. be int.;r.::;stc0. i:a lm;',:in'? h'.:l~ tompo1''''1'''' lon ..4'1'on "-l'tI1 ':J ";' rr C , tJ. 'in ~'"'' ' ... :'11" C"ll'{~ C"'nt" 0 ..J-L' ;,,;'.~;a}.•1,.... ,.. 1'1;1,..,.....• K .._."' ..•• r". \: u.•.• 0 .•.•• ~ 2t, ~ ...• . ~:J, ..,OU CL -'--'-K sono noy.'s from th2 dist::mt b:ls':"s such as S,.~: ..ttl:) ::',110 Long IsLmd? , Or fro!;) P::,cos, Tax?? Chandler, Ariz. or EGlin 1"i010, Fl,l,::?';? S.md us tho 'hot' ,::)]1 ':.ho's ,;,.'ho, what's ,:,,!re..t, .;Vh:-TCIS ',','bara, ,rh.:;n l.'..n6 boy or :,!i:rl--all tho l,'lt()st, :lna ,70111 tell tho :Ll\.SP ,;orld. Your FifinollQ Tallur '
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li.QTICE: This is a WASPno.... rslcttar, and n'Jt to, bo considorcd c..s an officb.l Airforcc public:::..tion, and th.] loc:ltion of origL"1 at K'1xr,'ell Fiold hs.s no connoction nith tho Eastorn Flying Tr:lining Comm:ll1d.

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