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  • ABCCC Controllers—Two USAF Lieutenant Colonels

    Call No.: K239.0512-295IRIS No.: 00904222IRIS Tape No.: 00905040Accessibility: OPENPages/Time: 53 pp/1:30Class: UDate/Location: Unknown/UnknownInterviewers: Major F. FelcianoSource: Project CORONA HARVEST CollectionTopics:(1968-1969) Oral history interview contains topics on integration of airborne battlefield command and control center (ABCCC)
  • ABRAMS, Creighton (General USA)

    Call No.: K239.0512-231 IRIS No.: 00904118 IRIS Tape No.: 00904119 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 13 pp/0:29 Class: U Date/Location: 28 January 1968/U Tapao Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Interviewers: Not applicable Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1968-1969) Speech to Strategic Air Command B-52 crews at U Tapao Royal Thai Air Force
  • Abrams, Creighton, Jr., (General) (USA)

    Call No.: K239.0512-373IRIS No.: 00904363IRIS Tape No.: n/aAccessibility: OPENPages/Time: 6pp/No tapeClass: UDate/Location: 3 March 1970/South VietnamInterviewers: Kenneth Sams and Major Philip D. CaineSource: Project CORONA HARVEST CollectionTopics:(1968-70) Oral history interview with General Creighton Abrams, Commander, Military Assistance
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations

    AAA - antiaircraft artilleryAAB - Army Air BaseAAC - Alaskan Air CommandAAF - Army Air ForcesAAFld - Army Air FieldAB - Air BaseABCCC - Airborne Battlefield Command Control and CommunicationABG - Air Base GroupABW - Air Base WingAC - Symbol following some photo negative numbers, denoting a black and white negative.AC&CS - Airborne Command and
  • ADAMS, Gerald M., PAPERS. 1990 - 1998

    unknown cu ft Call Nos. 168.7377 through 168.7377-3 IRIS Nos. 1143088 through 1143091 Gerald M. Adams is a native of Nebraska and served as a high altitude reconnaissance pilot in England during World War II. After the war, he continued with the Strategic Air Command (SAC) until 1960 when he completed the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
  • ADAMS, Marvin Papers (1944)

    .05 cu ft Call No. 753.04-1 IRIS No. 0262092 Major. USAAF, XIII Air Force Service Command, 1944. Personal papers relating to Adams' World War II service. Includes a diary of a trip to Bellona Island (near Guadalcanal) in 1944 for the purpose of salvaging a C-47 that had crashed with medical evacuees aboard. Also includes photographs of the Army
  • ADLER, Elmer Edward Papers (1941-1945)

    1.96 cu ft Call No. 168.605 IRIS Nos. 00124182-00124237 (1892-1970). Major General. USAAF, 1918-1946. Born 30 January 1892, Buffalo, NY. United States Military Academy, 1910-1913. Air Service Engineering School, 1925; Air Corps Tactical School, 1932; Command and General Staff School, 1934; Army War College, 1935. Served as a commissioned officer to
  • Aerial Victory Credits Foreword

    FOREWORD USAF Wartime Aerial Victory Credits edited by Daniel L. Haulman Air Force Historical Research Agency Maxwell AFB AL 2000 Air Force flyers earn aerial victory credits for shooting down manned enemy aircraft during war. During the twentieth century, the United States has participated in five major wars, World War I (1917-1918), World War II
  • Aerial Victory Credits Preface

    PREFACE Technology has revolutionized warfare. Inventions such as the repeating rifle, the machine gun, the guided missile, and the atomic bomb have magnified the destructive potential of armed forces and made warfare increasingly impersonal. In a sense, the airplane defied this trend, resurrecting the duel. In World War I, fighter pilots learned
  • Aeronautical Systems Center (AFMC)

    Lineage. Established as Aeronautical Systems Division and activated on 20 Mar 1961. Organized on 1 Apr 1961. Redesignated as Aeronautical Systems Center on 1 Jul 1992.Assignments. Air Force Systems Command, 20 Mar 1961; Air Force Materiel Command, 1 Jul 1992-.Stations. Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 20 Mar 1961-.Service Streamers. None.Campaign
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