Flight of US Army BT-13A Valiants, 1939Secondary training aircraft at Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, 1940. Foreground: Vultee SNV-1 Valiant; Background: Beech SNB-1 Kansan and two North American Texans, one Navy SNJ and one Army AT-6Major James A. Ellison reviewed the first class of Tuskegee cadets, Tuskegee, Alabama, United States, 1941, photo 1 of 2; note Vultee BT-13 trainer aircraftMajor James A. Ellison reviewed the first class of Tuskegee cadets, Tuskegee, Alabama, United States, 1941, photo 2 of 2; note Vultee BT-13 trainer aircraft
Flight of US Army BT-13A Valiants, 1939Secondary training aircraft at Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, 1940. Foreground: Vultee SNV-1 Valiant; Background: Beech SNB-1 Kansan and two North American Texans, one Navy SNJ and one Army AT-6Major James A. Ellison reviewed the first class of Tuskegee cadets, Tuskegee, Alabama, United States, 1941, photo 1 of 2; note Vultee BT-13 trainer aircraftMajor James A. Ellison reviewed the first class of Tuskegee cadets, Tuskegee, Alabama, United States, 1941, photo 2 of 2; note Vultee BT-13 trainer aircraft
BT-13 in flight, circa mid 1942 to Jun 1943WASP pilot Violet Wierzbicki on the wing of a Vultee BT-13 Valiant, 1943. Location unknown.BT-13 on a runway at Minter Field, California, United States, 1 Mar 1943An US Army Air Corps pilot landing his BT-13 Valiant aircraft at Gunther Field in Montgomery, Alabama, United States, 7 Apr 1943
BT-13 in flight, circa mid 1942 to Jun 1943WASP pilot Violet Wierzbicki on the wing of a Vultee BT-13 Valiant, 1943. Location unknown.BT-13 on a runway at Minter Field, California, United States, 1 Mar 1943An US Army Air Corps pilot landing his BT-13 Valiant aircraft at Gunther Field in Montgomery, Alabama, United States, 7 Apr 1943
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