LEARNING TO FLY WITH THE U.S. ARMY AIR CORPS
- June 4, 1934: Orders received to report for enlistment at Randolph Field to become a Flying Cadet on June 30, 1934.
- July 16, 1934 through Feb 15, 1935: Flying Log of Emil S. Scott, Flying Cadet, Room 30, A Co., Randolph, Field, Texas.
- 1934: Three post cards to Mr. E. S.(one to S.E.) Scott, Flying
Cadet Barracks B ("B Stage"), Randolph Field,
- July 24, 1934: Emil's father, "Papa", remarries. Wedding day of Valdese Grammer Scott and Lewis Lorenzo Scott.
- 1934/5: Looks like a white glove inspection!
- 22 June 1935: Certificate of Graduation in Pursuit aviation.
- 22 June 1935: Instrument Flying Without Peeping (certificate), Kelly Field, Texas.
- June 22, 1935: Graduation Announcement - The Air Corps Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, Texas, Graduation Exercises for the Class of June 22, 1935 at the Post Theatre. Flying Cadet Emil S. Scott.
- The following Army Extension Courses (certificates) were given at
Langley Field, VA:
- June 5, 1936: "Emil S. Scott, 6256365, Flying Cadet, Cadet Det., 2nd Bomb Group ... Termination of Status As Flying Cadet ..."
- 13 June 1936: Appointed Second Lieutenant in the Air Corps.
- June 30, 1936: Appointed 2nd Lt. Air-Res, O-346264, Langley Field, VA.
- July 25, 1936: Picture dated 7-25-36, Combat Crew 49th Bombardment Squadron, shows Emil in the front row, 5th from right. Photo by U.S. Army Air Corps, 2nd Photo Section, Langley Field, Virginia. Plane is a Martin Bomber (B10).