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BENBROOK FIELD. Benbrook Field, at Benbrook, was initially known as Taliaferro No. 2 and was part of a complex of three Taliaferro fields near Fort Worth. It was also called Carruthers Field. After the beginning of World War I it was renamed Benbrook Field by the United States Army. The field was used during that war as an aerial gunnery school for American and Canadian students and was afterward deactivated.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:Robert Hays, "Military Aviation in Texas," Texas Military History 3 (Spring 1963).
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