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  • GABRIEL, Charles A., Papers. 1928 - 1986

    Unk cu. ft. Call Nos. 168.7267, 168.7267-1 through 131 IRIS Nos. 1095748 through 1095880, 48000127, and 48000128 (1928 - 2003). General Gabriel was born in Lincolnton, North Carolina, on 21 January 1928. He attended Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina for two years before entering the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.
  • GAFFNEY, Dale Vincent Papers (1939-1950)

    3.5 cu ft Call No. 168.7108 IRIS No. 1028986-1029098 (1894-1950). Brigadier General. USAF, 1917-1950. Born 18 February 1894, Methuen, MA. Air Corps Tactical School, 1936; Command and General Staff School, 1938. Served to grade of Private First Class, Aviation Section, Signal Corps, 1917-1918; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Service, July 1918.
  • GAMBONINI, Paul B. Papers (1942)

    .01 cu ft Call No. SQ-FI-17-SU-RE-D IRIS No. 0055793 Major. USAAF, 17th Fighter Squadron, 1942. Personal papers relating to Gambonini's World War II service. Includes excerpts from a diary kept by then Second Lieutenant Gambonini while serving in the Netherlands East Indies with the 20th and 17th Pursuit Squadrons (Provisional), January-March 1942.
  • GARDNER, Grandison Papers (1918-1971)

    4 cu ft Call No. SQ-FI-17-SU-RE-D IRIS No. 126157-126225, 1016639 (1892-1973). Major General. USAF, 1917-1954. Born 18 September 1892, Pine Valley, UT. BS, Utah Agricultural College, 1914; MS, MIT, 1928. Air Service Communications School, 1921; Air Corps Engineering School, 1927; Air Corps Tactical School, 1933. Commissioned Second Lieutenant,
  • GENTRY, T.C. Papers (1943-1945)

    .3 cu ft Call No. 862.740, 862.7402-1 IRIS No. 0268926, 029933 Colonel. Medical Corps, Fourteenth Air Force. Official papers relating to Gentry's assignment as Surgeon, Fourteenth Air Force in China. Includes official correspondence(1943-1945).
  • GEORGE, Harold Lee Papers (1943-1946)

    .5 cu ft Call No. 168.7107 IRIS No. 1028861-1028871 (1893-1986). Lieutenant General. USAAF, 1917-1946. Born 19 July 1893, Somerville, MA. LLB, National U, 1920; Doctor of Aeronautical Science, Pennsylvania Military College, 1943. Air Corps Tactical School, 1932; Command and General Staff School, 1937. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Cavalry,
  • GILLEM, Alvan C., II (Lt. General)

    Call No.: K239.0512-232 IRIS No.: 00904120 C.1/01015367 C.2/01015368 C.3 IRIS Tape No.: no tape Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 25 pp/No tape Class: U Date/Location: 18 August 1969/Anderson AFB, Guam Interviewers: Dr. Robert R. Kritt Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1965-1968) Oral history interview with Lt. General Alvan Gillem.
  • GILLEM, Alvan Cullom II Papers (1968-1970)

    .1 cu ft Call No. 168.7046 IRIS No. 127306-127307 (1917- ). Lieutenant General. USAF, 1941-1972. Born 20 April 1917, Nogales, AZ. BS, United States Military Academy, 1940. Command and General Staff School, 1943; Air Command and Staff School, 1948; Air War College, 1954. Served to grade of Private, Coast Artillery Corps, 1935-1936. Commissioned
  • GLAMM, Arthur C. Papers (1943-1945)

    .3 cu ft Call No. 168.7078 IRIS No. 1023957-1023964 Officer, 831st Bomb Squadron, 485th Bomb Group, 1943-1945. Personal and official papers relating to Glamm's World War II service in Italy, 1944-1945. Includes a collection of photographs, amps and navigation charts as well as a brochure on USAAF Navigation School, Monroe, LA (1943).
  • GLICK, Nathan Papers (1942-1944)

    .05 cu ft Call No. 533.08-5 IRIS No. 00232346 Staff Sergeant. USAAF, 354th Fighter Group. Personal papers relating to Glick's USAAF service. Includes a collection of photographs and drawings by Glick of various officers and enlisted of the 354th Fighter Group as well as aircraft, civilians and an unnamed German general.
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