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PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2020 6:13 pm 
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I thought it might be a useful reference to list all of the AAF Forms (as well as some related others) that I could find. Consider this a follow on to my posts in the thread with the record cards.

List of Forms
Internet Archive (Pages 145-148)
Google Books (Pages 72-74)

AAF Form No. 14, 1, 1A
AAIR

AAF Form No. 14, 54
MACR

AAF Form No. 1A
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(Source: WorthPoint)

AAF Form No. 8A
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(Source: eBay)

AAF Form No. 8B
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(Source: Something About Everything Military)

AAF Form No. 21A
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(Source: Sotheby's)

AAF Form No. 41B
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(Source: WorthPoint)

AAF Form No. 41B, 60A, 60B, 61
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(Source: University of North Texas)

AAF Form No. 46
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(Source: Early Aeronautica)

AAF Form No. 121, 104A
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(Source: United States Military Uniforms of World War II)

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I wish there was something like that available for WWII Naval Aviation forms.

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Noha307 wrote:
I thought it might be a useful reference to list all of the AAF Forms (as well as some related others) that I could find. Consider this a follow on to my posts in the thread with the record cards.


The aircraft in these records appears to be a Ford B-24H-1-FO Liberator.

42-7615 crashed into a mountain at 10,900 foot level near Shawnee, CO Sep 30, 1943. All but one of the 12 crew members were killed. There is a marker honoring the dead at the crash site. (per Joe Buagher's USAF serial number site, http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1942_1.html)


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