Call Field Memorial
Established one mile west of here in
1917 for the purpose of training cadets
and enlisted men in the service of aviation.
Strength: One hundred officers, nine
hundred and thirty enlisted men and
numbers of cadets, quartered in forty
The elementary and advanced training
of its men contributed greatly to the
development of the U.S. Army Air Service
during and after the World War 1914 - 1918.
To its memory, to the memory of those
thirty-four men killed in training, and
to the memory of their efforts to help
preserve the peace and safeguard the
welfare of mankind this memorial is
Located at the front of the Wichita Falls Regional Airport, GPS coordinates 33-degrees 57' 51.9" -98-degrees 29' 30.3".
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