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REFERENCES: GIVE THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THREE OR MORE PERSONS WHO ARE WELL ACQUAINTED WITH YOU, BUT NOT RELATIVES OR FORMER EMPLOYERS. NAME | ADDRESS STREET NUMBER CITY STATE | OCCUMPATION Gill Robb Wilson | State Office Bld., Trenton, N.J. | Pres. N.A.A. State Comm. Ave] Capt. H.P. Luna | 416 E. Glen St., Syracuse, N.Y. | Capt. American Airlin] Edward Elwell | 111 John St. New York, N.Y. | Manager Ins. Co. Albert M. Huntress | 182 Jefferson St. Perth Amboy, N.J. | H.S. Teacher Dr. Irving Fink | Newark Airport, Administration Bldg | Elight Surgeon ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REQUIRED FROM APPLICANTS FOR A POSITION AS PILOT (a) When, (b) where and (c) under what condtions did you learn to fly? (a) May 1932 (b) Flushing Airport, Flushing, N.Y. (c) Private flying School, Flushing Flying School What is original date of your rating as pilot (Army, Navy, or Dept. of com.)? Dept of comm 6/32 FLYING EXPERIENCE YEAR | TYPE OF PLANE | TYPE OF FLYING | CERTIFIED FLYING HORUS IN U.S. ARMY | CERTIFIED FLYING HORUS IN U.S. NAVY | CERTIFIED FLYING HORUS IN U.S. AIR MAIL | CERTIFIED FLYING HORUS IN COMMERCIAL 1932-1937 | 1&2S) | and Pleasure & Business | | | | 350 Hrs 1938 | 1 Land & Water | For hire | | | | 350 hrs 1939 | 1, 2, S. Land | For hire | | | | 500 Total 1200 hrs Total hours cross country 700 Total hours last sixty (60) days: 100 Total hours on multi-motored planes: As pilot None as co-pilot None Do you hold Department of Commerce transport license? Yes Number: 26,481 Rating: Instructs Instr 1,2Sla[[?]]d Do you hold Department of Commerce mechanic's license? :No Number: Issued: If you have served in Army or Navy, have you received your discharge? Noservice Have you ever had any crashes? No Give details and name of one witness Date of last physical examination: Sept 1939 Name of flight surgeon: DR. Irving Fink Address: Newark Airport, New Jersey General physical condition Good (OVER)
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