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  • CLARK, PERRY G. (Captain)

    Call No.: K239.0512-002 IRIS No.: 00903714 IRIS Tape No.: 00903715 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 19pp/0:34 Class: U Date/Location: August 1967/Maxwell AFB AL Interviewers: Lt. Col. Robert Eckert; Major Harry Shallcross Sources: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1966-1967) Oral history

  • CLARKE, Colin A. (Captain)

    Call No.: K239.0512-252 IRIS No.: not available IRIS Tape No.: 00904153 & 00904154 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: No transcript/2:56 Class: U Date/Location: 27 March 1970/Unknown Interviewers: Major Richard B. Clement, Lt. Colonel Barry L. Bonwit and Major Samuel E. Riddlebarger Source: Project

  • CLEMENT, Richard B. (Major)

    Call No.: K239.0512-254 IRIS No.: 00904156 IRIS Tape No.: 00904157 & 00904158 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 139pp/2:57 Class: U Date/Location: 1 April 1970/Maxwell AFB AL Interviewers: Major James Hare Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1964-1968) Assigned 1. 421st Refueling

  • Commandant of Cadets (USAFA)

    Lineage.   Established as 34 Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 20 Nov 1940.  Activated on 15 Jan 1941.  Redesignated as 34 Bombardment Group, Heavy, c. 15 Feb 1944.  Inactivated on 28 Aug 1945.  Consolidated (31 Jan 1984) with the 34 Tactical Group, which was established, and activated, on 19 Jun 1963.

  • CONNELL, Carl W. Papers (1942-1944)

    1.2 cu ftCall Nos. 708.161-1, 708.1622-1708.1623-1, 733.161-1, 733.289-1IRIS Nos. 0253213-0253215, 0258993-0258993, 0259004Brigadier General. USAAF, 1917-1946. Born in Alabama. Air Service Engineering School, 1921; Air Corps Tactical School, 1929; Command and General Staff School, 1931; Army War

  • CONOVER , Kenneth R. (Major USA)

    Call No.: K239.0512-141 IRIS No.: 00903959 IRIS Tape No.: 00903960 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 16pp/0:29 Class: U Date/Location: 24 January 1969/Fort Benning GA Interviewers: Capt Richard B. Clement Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1967-1968) Oral history interview with Major

  • Continental Air Command

    When organized in December 1948, Continental Air Command (CONAC) assumed jurisdiction over Tactical Air Command and Air Defense Command. Continental Air Command also had charge of all Air Force reserve units because most of these forces were to be used in either air defense or tactical operations.

  • COOK, William Seymour Papers (1941-1946)

    4 reels negative microfilmCall Nos. 168.7064, 31492-31495IRIS Nos. 1015576, 1011795-1011822Colonel. USAFR, 1941-1965. Born in Boston, MA. BBA, Boston U, 1932. Adjutant General's School, 1941; Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1950. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Infantry Reserve, May 1928;

  • COOL, Paul E. Papers (1942)

    .01 cu ft Call No. GP-19-SU-RE-D (January-December 1942) IRIS Nos. 0078133-0078134 Major. USAAF, 19th Bombardment Group, 1942. Personal papers relating to Cool's World War II service. Includes a diary that Cool wrote while serving in Australia, Java and New Guinea, January-December 1942.

  • COOPER, Merian Caldwell Papers (1942)

    .02 cu ftCall No. 142.052 (22 December 1942)IRIS No. 00115742Brigadier General. USAF, 1917-1919, 1921-1953. Motion Picture Director, Producer, Author. Born in Jacksonville, FL. US Naval Academy, 1911-1914. Served to the grade of Captain, US Army, World War I; served as Lieutenant Colonel, Kosciuszko