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Call No. 168.7010

IRIS Nos. 125960-126003

(1918-2011). Brigadier General. USAF, 1940-1967. Born 5 January 1918, Rockford, IL. BS, United States Military Academy, 1939. National War College, 1956. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Cavalry, June 1939; transferred to Air Corps, June 1940. Career assignments include: various duties as company and field grade officer, 1940-1946; Joint War Plans Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1946-1948; Joint War Plans Committee, NATO, 1949-1954; US Military Representative, European Defense Community, 1954-1955; Military Representative, NATO Council, 1962-1964; Deputy Chief of Staff, Science and Technology, HQ Air Force Systems Command, 1964-1966; Deputy Commander, Defense Atomic Support Agency, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1967. Retired August 1967. Died 2 Jan 2011.

Official papers relating to Richardson's military service. Primarily includes staff and talking papers relating to Long-range plans, weapon systems, deployment and defense strategy, and NATO (1959-1962).

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