Documents

Dwyer’s list of American officers and cadets killed in training in Great Britain.
List labelled "casualties under training" with thirty-four names with military rank and dates of each casualty.
A list compiled by Geoffrey James Dwyer of American officers and cadets killed while training with the R.F.C. / R.A.F. in England and Scotland (part of Dwyer’s “Report on Air Service Flying Training Department in England”).
Dwyer’s table showing ratio of fatalities to flying hours by type of plane.
A table titled "Ratio of Fatalities to Flying Hours by Types of Machine. The first column list the plane type, the second the number of hours flown, the third the number of fatalities, the fourth the ratio, with a fifth column indicating in three cases that the fatality was a passenger. The most fatalities involved Camels, but because the number of hours flown is relatively low in Spads, the ratio of hours to fatalities is worse for Spads.
A table compiled by Geoffrey James Dwyer showing ratio of cadet fatalities to number of flying hours in each type of plane (part of Dwyer’s “Report on Air Service Flying Training Department in England”).
Dwyer’s memo on non-flying commissions.
A typed memo from Geoffrey J. Dwyer to 1st Lt. Foss regarding non-flying commissions.
This copy of Dwyer’s memo regarding the non-flying status of some of the cadets is among the papers of Fremont Cutler Foss.
List of “Casual Officers Air Service” returning to the U.S. on the Mauretania, departing Liverpool November 25, 1918.

Lahm’s list of “best types of Pilots and Observers”
A two-page memo signed by "F. P. Lahm" on the subject of "Report of Pilots and Observers."
Frank Purdy Lahm’s memo is part of “Officers who Demonstrated Exceptional Ability (List of),” which is included in Volume J.1 (Training Section, Air Service, A.E.F., France) in Gorrell.