Ferry Command Newspaper?, Memphis, Tennessee, 11 Feb 19?? [late '30s? or early '40s] [photo w/caption] Two of a three-brother AAF team are based here. They've amassed an enviable total of air hours for the Fourth, not to mention their civilian hours. They are, left to right, Captains David and Charles Bishop. An enviable record of ferrying trips accomplished. [missing] and spectacular assistance to the [missing] established by a team of brothers in the [missing] assigned to the Fourth Group, are Capt. David and Capt. Charles Bishop. The third, attached to the Fifth Ferrying Group at Dallas is Capt. George Bishop. Their record may well be the most outstanding in the Air Forces. The flying trio have accumulated a total of well over 2500 [flying?] hours in the air, more than 70 domestic [missing] and 31 [missing] Memphis pair, have [missing] group airline, with their [missing] deliveries running well into the hundreds. Grew Up Flying. Interested in flying for many years, the three brothers, along with a fourth who is a sportsman pilot in Chicago, have followed the pattern of aviation's development through its many difficult stages. With the exception of the fourth brother, Sam, all have barnstormed, been instructors in flying schools and all were flying [missing] one airline or another immedicately before entering the armed services.
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