Questionnaire: Otwell, Edward C.
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Two questionnaires and a letter about Edward C. Otwell's service in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Otwell enlisted in the Army Air Corps in May 1942 and became a master sergeant. He mentions studying the biological systems of Georgia, attending the University of Tennessee, an army institute, to study industrial engineering, and how the educational systems in the south cannot compare with the north. The second questionnaire is completed by Marie E. Otwell, presumably Edward's mother and includes a letter on the back.
Both questionnaires include additional information and/or letters on the reverse.
Military; army; survey; questionnaire; pilots; private; corporal; cadet; master sergeant; University of Tennessee; Industrial Engineering
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- Military Service
Military air pilots
United States. Army
Ricker, Ralph R. (Ralph Ross), 1908
West Chester State Teachers College
Swope, Charles Siegel, 1899-1959
World War, 1939-1945
Pilots and pilotage
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