Carruthers Field

Carruthers Field

Carruthers Field was a military airfield located at Benbrook, Texas, near Fort Worth, during World War I. It was one of three fields associated with Camp Taliaferro.

External links

*Handbook of Texas|id=BB/epbfj|name=Carruthers Field

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