Son of World War II British flight cadet visits Maxwell

On his trip to Maxwell to see where his father received flight training during World War II as a Royal Air Force flight cadet, Edwin Norton, of Norton Fitzwarren, England, stopped at the exhibit in Air War College dedicated to the RAF Arnold Program flight cadets. The exhibit recognizes those RAF cadets who trained at Maxwell Field and Gunter Field during the war and the 79 RAF cadets who died from training accidents and were buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery. (Courtesy photo)

PHOTO BY: Dr. Robert B. Kane
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