George Caldwell Furrow Papers

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George Caldwell Furrow (1888-195 ) entered the United States Army in 1917. He was commanding officer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds and Luke Field, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii. He compiled over 1000 hours flying time, and served as duel and advanced flying instructor. Furrow joined the Air Corp Reserves after retiring from active duty.