RADIO MECHANICS ADVANCED COURSE—1942: Scott Field students learned skills required to operate and maintain radio equipment during World War II. This class was one of the new waves of personnel to be trained, when the Radio School was enabled to expand its capacity by 5,800 students.
RADIO MECHANICS ADVANCED COURSE—1942: Scott Field students learned skills required to operate and maintain radio equipment during World War II. This class was one of the new waves of personnel to be trained, when the Radio School was enabled to expand its capacity by 5,800 students. File photo
RADIO MECHANICS ADVANCED COURSE—1942: Scott Field students learned skills required to operate and maintain radio equipment during World War II. This class was one of the new waves of personnel to be trained, when the Radio School was enabled to expand its capacity by 5,800 students. File photo

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