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McLUCAS, JOHN LUTHER Papers. 1967-1977

9 reels negative microfilm

Call No. 168.7086, 23001-23009

(1920-2002). Secretary of the Air Force, 1973-1975. Born 22 August 1920, Fayetteville, NC. BS, Davidson U, 1941; MS, Tulane U, 1943; PhD, Penn State U, 1950. USNR, 1943-1946; corporate executive, 1950-1962; Deputy Director, Research and Engineering, Department of Defense, 1962-1964; Assistant Secretary for Scientific Affairs, NATO, 1964-1966; Undersecretary of Air Force, 1969-1973; Secretary of the Air Force, 1973-1975; Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration, 1975-1977; President, Comsat Gen Corporation, 1977-1979; successively Executive Vice President and President, World Systems Division, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer, COMSAT, 1979-1985; Director, C-COR Electronics, Inc., Mitre Corporation, Questech, Inc., Dulles Access Rapid Transit, Inc., General Space Corporation, Pictel Corporation as of 1987. Died 1 Dec 2002.

Personal and official papers relating to McLucas's civilian career in the Department of the Air Force. Includes some personal correspondence, daily logs, appointment books, notes, memoranda and other materials pertaining primarily to various Department of Defense and Air Force briefings, conferences, and committees. Also includes some of his speeches, reports, and published articles.

Available on microfilm only. Originals retained by donor.

Related materials located elsewhere in the Document Collection, Air Force Historical Research Agency, include oral history interviews with transcripts (1978, 1980).