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When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you will always long to return. - Leonardo DaVinci (500 years ago)

Classes 52-F, 52-G and 52-H


The Aviation Cadets and Student Officers who graduated from United States Air Force pilot training in 1952 and early 1953 received their wings near the end of the Korean War, and many graduates served in the war.   In addition to American pilots,  these classes included NATO pilots from Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands and Norway.  We welcome the participation of NATO pilots at reunions.  A more detailed history is available.


Membership is open to everyone interested in the history of Classes
52-F, 52-G and 52-H.  Each year, members receive at least two newsletters.  Dues are no longer being collected.  To conserve Association funds, the Secretary plans to transmit more copies of the newsletter electronically, as a PDF attachment to email.  If you would like to be a member, contact the Association's Secretary, Randy Presley, PO Box 1238, Mt. Pleasant, TX 75456-1238, USA with your address, telephone number, e-mail address, class, and primary base.  You may also contact the Secretary by e-mail.


Three rosters are online, one for each class - 52-F  52-G  52-H.

Class members are listed alphabetically. To maneuver around the spreadsheet, you may use the arrows and the Page Up / Page Down keys on your keyboard, or use your mouse on the scroll bars that appear on the right-hand edge and the bottom edge.

The rosters are current as of 20 March 2014.