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K.P.Kabinets casework and millwork operations facility is housed in the approximately 54,000
square foot hanger that housed Brayton Flying Service. According to the The Handbook of TX
Online, Cuero Field was approved by the government as a primary training facility in January 1941
and established on February 6, 1941. It was operated by Brayton Flying Service (directed by Clyde
Brayton), which conducted a contract flying school for military aviators.
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DEWITT COUNTY. DeWitt County is on the Gulf Coast Plain in southeastern Texas about
forty-five miles inland from Copano Bay. It is bounded by Victoria, Goliad, Karnes, Gonzales,
and Lavaca counties. Cuero, the county's largest town, serves as the county seat.
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