RADIO SCHOOL: Students attend the Radio Fundamentals Course: “How to Tune a Resonant Circuit” in the 1940s. Military personnel from around the world went to the Radio School, including students from Sweden and China. Tech. Sgt. Forrest Vossler, who would later be awarded with the Medal of Honor, and the first Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Paul Airey, graduated from the school.
RADIO SCHOOL: Students attend the Radio Fundamentals Course: “How to Tune a Resonant Circuit” in the 1940s. Military personnel from around the world went to the Radio School, including students from Sweden and China. Tech. Sgt. Forrest Vossler, who would later be awarded with the Medal of Honor, and the first Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Paul Airey, graduated from the school. File photo
RADIO SCHOOL: Students attend the Radio Fundamentals Course: “How to Tune a Resonant Circuit” in the 1940s. Military personnel from around the world went to the Radio School, including students from Sweden and China. Tech. Sgt. Forrest Vossler, who would later be awarded with the Medal of Honor, and the first Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Paul Airey, graduated from the school. File photo

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