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  • NAIDEN, EARL LARNE Papers. 1911-1944

    .25 cu ft Call No. 168.7062 IRIS No. 1010151 (1894-1944). Brigadier General. USAAF, 1917-1942. Born 2 February 1894, Woodward, IA. BS, United States Military Academy, 1915. Command and General Staff School, 1923; Army War College, 1927; Ecole Superieure de Guerre, Paris, 1929. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Cavalry, June 1915 and served to grade
  • National Air and Space Intelligence Center (ACC)

    Lineage.  Established as Foreign Technology Division, activated, and organized, on 1 Jul 1961.  Redesignated as: Air Force Foreign Technology Center on 1 Oct 1991; Foreign Aerospace Science and Technology Center on 1 Jan 1992; National Air Intelligence Center on 1 Oct 1993; National Air and Space Intelligence Center on 20 Feb 2003.  Converted from
  • National Museum of the United States Air Force (AFMC)

    Lineage. Constituted as Air Force Museum on 23 Jul 1975. Activated on 8 Aug 1975. Redesignated as: United States Air Force Museum on 8 Dec 1981; National Museum of the United States Air Force on 1 Jul 2004.Assignments. Air Force Logistics Command, 8 Aug 1975; Air Force Materiel Command, 1 Jul 1992-.Stations. Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 8 Aug
  • National Security Space Institute (AFSPC)

    Lineage. Constituted as United States Air Force Space Operations School on 15 Jun 2001. Activated on 28 Jul 2001. Redesignated as National Security Space Institute on 1 Oct 2004. Assignments. Space Warfare Center, 28 Jun 2001; 595 Space Group, 23 Oct 2002; Air Force Space Command, 1 Oct 2004; Air Education and Training Command, 1 Oct 2009; Ira C.
  • NAUGHTON, DONALD G Papers. 1944

    .02 cu ft Call No. 168.04-45 IRIS No. 1020724 Lieutenant Colonel. USAAF, 1944. Personal papers relating to Naughton's attempted escape from a train while being held as a prisoner of war in Germany, and his subsequent court martial and imprisonment by the Germans. Naughton led a concerted attempt to escape by seven unarmed prisoners against four
  • NEAL John G. (Colonel) et al

    Call No.: K239.0512-157 IRIS No.: 00903985 IRIS Tape No.: 00903986-00903987 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 46pp/2:04 Class: U Date/Location: 24-27 May 1967/Da Nang Air Base, South Vietnam Interviewers: Unknown Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1966) Oral history interview with Lt. Col Edwin R. Henley, Lt Col A.W. Talbot USMC,
  • NEAL, HASKELL E. Papers. 1909-1980

    3 reels negative microfilm Call No. 168.7227, 23418-23420 IRIS No. 0896449-0896471 (1909-1981). Brigadier General. USAF, 1928-1964. Born 10 April 1909, Louisville, IL. Air Command and Staff School, 1948; Armed Forces Staff College, 1950. Served to grade of Master Sergeant, USAAF, 1928-1942; commissioned Second Lieutenant, USAAF, May 1942. Career
  • NELSON, ERIK HENNING Papers. 1922-1966

    1.02 cu ft Call No. 167.610 IRIS No. 1010127-1010131 (1888-1970). Brigadier General. USAAF, 1917-1928, 1941-1946. Born 12 June 1888, Stockholm, Sweden. Served to grade of Private First Class, Aviation Section, Signal Enlisted Reserve Corps, 1917-1918; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Air Service, April 1918. Career assignments include: Mechanic,
  • Nevada Test and Training Range (ACC)

    Lineage. Established as 98 Bombardment Wing, Very Heavy on 24 Oct 1947. Organized on 10 Nov 1947. Discontinued on 12 Jul 1948. Consolidated (1 Oct 1984) with the 98 Bombardment Wing, Medium, which was established on 28 May 1948. Activated on 12 Jul 1948. Redesignated as 98 Strategic Aerospace Wing on 1 Feb 1964. Discontinued, and inactivated, on 25
  • NEWSOME, Ben M.D. (Colonel)

    Call No.: K239.0512-175 IRIS No.: not available IRIS Tape No.: 00904017 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: No Transcript/0:20 Class: U Date/Location: 17 September 1968/Carswell AFB TX Interviewers: SSgt James F. Smith, Jr. Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1967-1968) Oral history interview with Colonel Ben Newsome, 4258th Strategic
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