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McDONALD, GEORGE CLEMENT Papers. 1943-1945

.04 cu ft

Call No. 168.7021

IRIS Nos. 0126358-0126359

(1892-1969). Major General. USAF, 1917-1950. Born 27 April 1892, Philadelphia, PA. Air Service Photography School, 1922; Air Corps Tactical School, 1931; Command and General Staff School, 1938. Served to grade of Private First Class, Aviation Section, Signal Enlisted Reserve Corps, 1917-1918; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Aviation Section, Signal Officer Reserve Corps. May 1918. Career assignments include: various duties as company and field grade officer, 1918-1942; Intelligence Officer, Twelfth Air Force, Northwest African Air Forces, and Mediterranean Allied Air Forces, 1942-1944; Director of Intelligence, US Strategic Air Forces-Europe, 1944-1945; Director of Intelligence, HQ US Air Forces in Europe, 1945-1946; Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Intelligence, 1946-1947; Director of Intelligence, HQ USAF, 1947-1948; Chief of Air Section, US Military Commission, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1948-1950. Retired October 1950. Died 24 August 1969, MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL.

Personal papers relating to McDonald's Air Force career. Contains some copies of McDonald's personnel records (1943-1945).

Related materials located elsewhere in the Document Collection, Air Force Historical Research Agency, include oral history interview with transcript.