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CAT Reunion 2018

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Our reunion this year will be held from October 4-7, 2018 in celebration of our Chairman Felix Smith’s 100th Birthday in his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin! Logged in members can view more information in our most recent Bulletin CAT BULLETINS. We will post, email and/or mail Registration Forms and further details as soon as they are available. Save the dates and come join the fun!


  1. thomas h selinski

    July 29, 2018

    hi my uncle harry selinski from chisholm minnesota was a navigator on c47’s in North Africa and Burma in ww2. we had heard he also worked for CAT.
    is there any way we can locate information on him with CAT?
    Harry was killed in 1952 in a car accident in California

    thanks Thomas Harry Selinski
    218-343 8790

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