Talk:Craig Air Force Base

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Craig opened as the Army Flying School, Selma AL in late 1940, when the 60th Air Base Group arrived. It was renamed Craig Field (late 1941/early 1942?) and served as an AAF pilot basic single engine flying training base until December 1945. From 1943 to 1945, the 28th Flying Training Wing, located at Craig, oversaw basic flying trainin at several bases in the Southeasten United Stated. In 1945, Craig transferred from AAF Training Command to Air University and hosted the Special Staff School. In 1948(?) it transferred back to Air Training Command and the host 3840th Air University Wing became the 3615th Pilot Training Wing. During the 1950s, the 3615th had the mission of training instructor pilots for the USAF and also performed basic training. By the early 1960s, Craig became an Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) base, using T-37s and T-33s to train student pilots. The T-33s were replaced by T-38s later in the 1960s. On July 1, 1972, the 3615th was replaced by the 29th Flying Training Wing in a USAF move to continue the histories of units that had served during World War II. The 29th remained the host unit until September 30, 1977. Lineagegeek 22:09, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

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