Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Initially the Civil Aeronautics Authority (CAA) program had a small enrollment, but by 1941, it had grown to 120 students. Although men students formed the larger group, a small number of women also received training. The physical requirement for those who took the instruction was the same as the requirement of an army cadet, and each student had to pass a stiff physical examination by an approved physician. After fifty hours of work, students would receive a private pilots license.
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