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  • First Air Force (Air Forces Northern) (ACC)

    Lineage.  Established as Northeast Air District on 19 Oct 1940.  Activated on 18 Dec 1940.  Redesignated as: 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

  • 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

  • FITZWATER, John Timothy Papers (1941-1959)

    .83 cu ft Call No. 168.7055 IRIS No. 1006015-1006027 (1914-1976). Brigadier General. USAF, 1938-1968. Born 10 April 1914, Buckhannon, WV. BS, Wesleyan College, 1938; MA, Ohio State U, 1948. Flying Cadet, 1938-1939; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Reserve, May 1939. Career assignments include:

  • FLUCK, Roland R. (Major)

    Call No.: K239.0512-005 IRIS Tape No.: 00903720 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: No transcript/0:28 Class: U Date/Location: August 1967/Maxwell AFB AL Interviewers: Lt. Col. Robert Eckert Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1964-1965) Oral history interview with Major Fluck, a B-57

  • Foreign Materiel Exploitation Squadron (NASIC)

    Lineage.  Constituted as Foreign Materiel Exploitation Squadron on 18 Mar 2008.  Activated on 15 Apr 2008. Assignments.  Data Analysis Group, 15 Apr 2008; Global Exploitation Intelligence Group, 1 Oct 2012-. Stations.  Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 15 Apr 2008-. Service Streamers. None. Campaign

  • FORTNEY, Alvin R. (Colonel)

    Call No.: K239.0512-171 IRIS No.: 00904012 IRIS Tape No.: 00904013 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 8pp/0:20 Class: U Date/Location: 23 August 1969/Unknown Interviewers: Lt. John Considine Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1966-1968) Oral history interview with Colonel Alvin Fortney,

  • FOSTER, John Cathey Papers (1938-1963)

    .33 cu ftCall No. 168.7216IRIS No. 1069022-1069025Colonel. USAF, 1938-1966; inactive USAF Reserves, 1945-1951.Born in Little Rock, AR. BA, U of Denver, 1953. Army Command and Staff School, 1945; Air Force Command and Staff School, 1952. Flying Cadet, 1938-1939; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air

  • FOSTER, John Henderson Papers (1933-1954)

    .75 cu ft Call No. 168.7112 IRIS No. 1027959-1027973 (1908-1996). Major General. USAFR, 1931-1966. Insurance Agent, 1931-1984. Born 23 May 1908, Waco, TX. Attended Baylor U and U of Texas. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Corps Reserve, 1931; began active duty, May 1941. Career assignments

  • FOSTER, Thad Victor Papers (1917-1945)

    .7 cu ft Call No. 168.6004 IRIS No. 123490-123497 (1892-1960). Colonel. USAAF, 1918-1947. Born 9 December 1892, Woburn, MA. Air Corps Tactical School, 1936. Served to grade of Private First Class, 1917-1918; Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Service, July 1918. Career assignments include: various

  • FOULOIS, Benjamin Delahauf Papers (1917-1945)

    .52 cu ft Call No. 168.68 IRIS No. 125295-125317 (1879-1967). Major General. Air Corps, 1920-1935. Born 9 December 1879, Washington, CT. Command and General Staff School, 1925. Served to grade of First Sergeant, 1898-1901; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Infantry, February 1901 and served to grade