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This Web site is a better place because of the contibutors and writers listed below. They all bring the human element to what could be a dry, historic exposition. In alphabetical order, I personally celebrate the following people, not only as contributors to this site, but as personal friends gained through the "Contact Webmaster" button at the top of each Web page.

Please direct your browser to the links to investigate each one's part in making the Delta Mike Airfield, Inc. suite of sites THE best Golden Age history sites on the Web.

Michael Gerow

Mike Gerow is a professional writer with considerable skills. He researched and authored the entire Web page for pilot Carlton Bond, and provided the majority of information for Walter L. Seiler and Bert Saxby. He shares with us his father's image and document collection at The Russell T. Gerow Photograph Collection. He wrote most of the biographical information on the home page of the Collection, as well as captions for a good number of the images. He is co-author of this article available as a PDF download in the REFERENCES. He has supplied a good number of the newspaper citations for pilots, passengers and airplanes that are peppered around this site. Besides his written contributions, he is a faithful overseer of new additions to the site and provides many helpful facts and comments. As well, he makes constructive and tactful comments on grammatical errors that I alone commit. (San Diego, CA)


Robert Woodling

Bob Woodling has touched over 50 biography pages at Delta Mike Airfield, Inc. by researching, finding and sharing photographs, news articles and original documents (sometimes through contacts with Register pilot relatives of his acquaintence). He has researched, sourced and written the entire biographies of Register pilots Charlie Francis Angell Eugene Gabbert and Raymond C. Zettel. He has contributed significantly to Jack Hodgson, as well as Homer Wick and the many pilots linked there from. (Redmond, WA)

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Please note, many, many other site visitors have shared individual anecdotes, articles and photographs. I am grateful to all, and I give individual credit to them where their contributions appear on individual Web pages throughout the site.

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This Web site is, in turn, part of a suite of six virtual windows that illuminate old Airfield Registers from around the United States during the Golden Age of flight. The following sites are open to the public. They exhibit and analyze for you 21,667 total airfield traffic days across six Registers. Please explore and enjoy them all!

TRAVEL HUB FOR GOLDEN AGE AIRFIELDS

Clover Field, Santa Monica, CA
WWW.CLOVERFIELD.ORG
December 31, 1928 to August 4, 1939
Number of days Register was open = 3,878
Number of landings recorded = 798 over 35 pages
Web site went online June 13, 2013

Parks Field, East St. Louis, IL
WWW.PARKSFIELD.ORG
May 24, 1929 to September 10, 1937
Number of days Register was open = 3,031
Number of landings recorded = 1,141 over 55 pages
Web site went online June 13, 2013

Davis-Monthan Municipal Airfield, Tucson, AZ
WWW.DMAIRFIELD.ORG
February 6, 1925 to November 26, 1936
Number of days Register was open = 3,581 days
Number of landings recorded = 3,704 over 218 pages
Web site went online May 4, 2005
Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, CO
WWW.PETERSONFIELD.ORG (You're here!)
February 22, 1929 to August 1, 1940
Number of days Register was open = 4,178
Number of landings recorded = 672 over 29 pages
Web site went online June 13, 2013
Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, CA
WWW.GRANDCENTRAL AIR TERMINAL.ORG
December 14, 1930 to October 8, 1935
Number of days Register was open = 1,759
Number of landings recorded = NN over N pages
Web site went online June 13, 2013
Pitcairn Field, Willow Grove, PA
WWW.PITCAIRNFIELD.ORG
October 22, 1927 to January 25, 1942
Number of days Register was open = 5,240
Number of landings recorded = 328 over 21 pages
Web site went online June 13, 2013

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