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  • COX, George P. (Colonel)

    Call No.: K239.0512-82 IRIS No.: 00903854 IRIS Tape No.: 00903855 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 21pp/0:38 Class: U Date/Location: 10 September 1968/Unknown Interviewer: Lt. James B. Heath Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1966-1967) Oral history interview with Colonel George Cox,

  • CRABB, Jarred Vincent Papers (1929-1961)

    2 reels negative microfilm Call No. 168.7146, 34140-34141 IRIS Nos. 1032815-1032816 (1902-1981). Major General. USAF, 1929-1961. Born 18 September 1902, Olney, NY. BS, Purdue U, 1925. Flying Cadet, 1929-1930; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Reserve, February 1930. Career assignments include:

  • CRAIG, Robert S. Papers (1941-1945)

    .05 cu ft Call No. 810.131 IRIS no. 0264632 Captain. USAAF, China-Burma-India Theater. Served as enlisted member in Pennsylvania National Guard before World War II. Personal papers relating to Craig's World War II service. Contains a diary detailing experiences about his initial entry upon

  • CRAIGIE, Laurence Cardee Papers (1935-1955)

    .08 cu ft Call No. 168.7165 IRIS No. 1038670 (1902-1994). Lieutenant General. USAF, 1923-1955. Born 26 January 1902, Concord, NH. BS, United States Military Academy, 1923. Air Corps Engineering School, 1935; Army Industrial College, 1939; Air Corps Tactical School, 1940. Career assignments include:

  • CREERON, Frank T., Jr. Papers (1944-1945)

    .05 cu ft Call No. 731.073-1A IRIS No. 0258610 Corporal. USAAF, 33rd Fighter Control Squadron, 1944-1945. Personal papers relating to Creeron's World War II service while assigned to V Fighter Command, 33rd Fighter Control Squadron and the 5279th Airborne Fighter Control Center. Includes a document,

  • CROCKETT, Harold T. Papers (1944-1945)

    .27 cu ft Call No. 168.7070 IRIS No. 1020658-1020663 Major. USAAF, XIII Air Force Service Command, 1944. Personal papers relating to aviation. Includes a collection of several field manuals, some aircraft identification handbooks, some technical regulations on aviation (1917-1940), correspondence

  • Cryptologic Systems Group (AFMC)

    Lineage. Established as Air Force Cryptologic Support Center on 30 Jan 1980. Activated on 1 Feb 1980. Inactivated on 1 Oct 1994. Redesignated Cryptologic Systems Group on 26 Feb 1997. Activated on 1 Mar 1997. Assignments. Electronic Security Command (later, Air Force Intelligence Command; Air

  • CURRY, John Francis Papers (1915-1954)

    .9 cu ft Call No. 168.63 IRIS No. 124353-124362 Major General. USAAF, 1916-1945. (1886-1973). Born 22 April 1886, New York, NY. BS, United States Military Academy, 1908. Signal Corps Aviation School, 1916 (Aero Club of America Land Plane Pilot Certificate No. 392, January 1916 and Expert Aviator

  • Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education (AETC)

    Lineage. Constituted Air Force Doctrine Center, and activated as a field operating agency of the United States Air Force, on 21 Jul 1993. Status changed from a field operating agency of the United States Air Force to a direct reporting unit of the United States Air Force on 24 Feb 1997. Status

  • Cyberspace Capabilities Center (ACC)

     Lineage.  Established as Army Airways Communications System Wing on 13 Apr 1943.  Activated on 26 Apr 1943.  Redesignated as: Army Airways Communications System on 26 Apr 1944; Air Communications Service on 13 Mar 1946; Airways and Air Communications Service on 11 Sep 1946.  Inactivated on 1 Jun