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  • FAIRBROTHER, William Herman Papers (1921-1970)

    1.2 cu ft Call No. 168.7054 IRIS No. 1002326-1002382 (1923- ). Brigadier General. USAF, 1944-1974. Born 28 March, Endicott, NY. BS, United States Military Academy, 1944. Royal Air Force Flying College, 1957; Air War College, 1961. Career assignments include: various duties as company and field grade officer, 1944-1964; Office of Chief of Staff,
  • FAIRCHILD, Muir Stephen Papers (1918-1950)

    5.8 cu ft Call No. 168.7001 IRIS No. 0125458-0125598 (1894-1950). General. USAF, 1917-1950. Born 2 September 1894, Bellingham, WA. U of Washington, 1913-1917. Air Service Engineering School, 1923; Air Corps Engineering School, 1929; Air Corps Tactical School, 1935; Army Industrial College, 1936; Army War College, 1937. Served to grade of Private
  • FARMAN, Ivan Lonsdale Papers (1929-1957)

    1 cu ft Call No. 168.7226 IRIS No. 00896472 (1902-1990). Brigadier General. Air Reserve, 1929; USAF, 1930-1957. Born 2 January 1902, Oakland, CA. BS, 1926; MS, 1939; California Institute of Technology. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Reserve, 1929. Career assignments include: various duties as company and field grade officer, 1930-1939; Base
  • FASS, Alfred W. (Major) et al

    Call No.: K239.0512-253 IRIS No.: not available IRIS Tape No.: 00904155 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: No transcript/0:57 Class: U Date/Location: 1968/Andersen AFB, Guam Interviewers: Unknown Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1965-1968) Oral history interview with Major Alfred W. Fass, aircraft commander; Captain Nash, copilot;
  • FAULKNER, Cecil Papers (1942)

    .01 cu ft Call No. 742.306-1 IRIS No. 0260389 Captain. USAAF, 31st Bombardment Squadron, 5th Bombardment Group, 1942. Official papers relating to Faulkner's World War II service. Includes details of air actions and maintenance difficulties with the B-17 used during a special mission flown out of Midway on 3 June 1942.
  • Field Operating Agencies

    A subdivision of the Air Force, directly subordinate to a HQ USAF functional manager. Field operating agencies (FOAs) perform field activities beyond the scope of any of the major commands. Their activities are specialized or associated with an Air Force wide mission. Below are presented the lineages of the currently active FOAs. If you wish to go
  • Fifth Air Force (PACAF)

    Lineage. Established as Philippine Department Air Force on 16 Aug 1941. Activated on 20 Sep 1941. Redesignated as: Far East Air Force on 28 Oct 1941; 5 Air Force on 5 Feb 1942; Fifth Air Force on 18 Sep 1942. Assignments. Philippine Department, U.S. Army, 20 Sep 1941; Southwest Pacific Area, 2 Nov 1942; Far East Air Forces (Provisional), 15 Jun
  • FIPPEN, John W. (Lt. Colonel)

    Call No.: K239.0512-066 IRIS No.: 00903822 IRIS Tape No.: 00903823 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 20pp/0:35 Class: U Date/Location: 12 November 1968/Unknown Interviewer: Major James S. Cassity, Jr. Sources: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1967-1968) Oral history interview with Lt. Colonel John Fippen, assigned to the 377th Combat
  • First Air Force (Air Forces Northern) (ACC)

    Lineage. Established as Northeast Air District on 19 Oct 1940. Activated on 18 Dec 1940. Redesignated: 1 Air Force on 26 Mar 1941; First Air Force on 18 Sep 1942. Discontinued on 23 Jun 1958. Activated on 20 Jan 1966. Organized on 1 Apr 1966. Inactivated on 31 Dec 1969. Activated on 6 Dec 1985. Redesignated: First Air Force (ANG) on 1 Oct 1995;
  • FITZGERALD, Shepler Ward Papers (1942)

    .05 cu ft Call No. 309.187-1 IRIS No. 00181339 (1884-1953). Brigadier General. USAAF, 1915-1946. Born 11 November 1884, Burden, KS. LLB, George Washington U, 1907. Army Industrial College, 1925; Air Corps Tactical School, 1931; Army War College, 1932. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, December 1911; began duty with Aviation