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  • Pacific Air Command

    Seventh Air Force evolved from the Hawaiian Air Force that was originally established to control a growing number of air units arriving in the Territory of Hawaii in 1940. Following World War II it was briefly a named command before inactivating. HQ USAF revived the Seventh Air Force to serve Pacific Air Forces during the conflict in Southeast Asia
  • Pacific Air Forces (USAF)

    Lineage.  Established as Far East Air Forces on 31 Jul 1944.  Activated on 3 Aug 1944.  Redesignated:  Pacific Air Command, United States Army, on 6 Dec 1945; Far East Air Forces on 1 Jan 1947.  Redesignated Pacific Air Forces on 1 Jul 1957.Assignments.  Southwest Pacific Area, 3 Aug 1944; US Army Forces, Pacific, 6 Dec 1945; United States Air
  • PARKER, E. L. (Lt. Colonel USMC)

    Call No.: K239.0512-143 IRIS No.: 00903963 IRIS Tape No.: 00903964 C.1/ 00903965 C.2 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 52pp/1:11 Class: U Date/Location: 24 January 1969/Fort Benning GA Interviewers: Major Samuel E. Riddlebarger Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1966-1968) Oral history interview with Lt. Colonel E.L. Parker, Marine
  • PARSON, RUBEN L. Papers. 1944-1945

    .10 cu ft Call No. 830.13-2 IRIS No. 0267139 Major. USAAF. Duty assignments include: Historian, Tenth Air Force, 1944-1945. Official papers relating to Parson's WWII service. Includes an official diary kept by Parson from November 1944 to April 1945 while serving as Historian at Kanjikogh, Assam; Myitkyina, Burma and Bhamo, Burma. Related materials
  • PARTON, JAMES Papers. 1924-1945

    .83 cu ft, 1 reel negative microfilm Call No. 168.7144, 34133 IRIS Nos. 1032808, 1041198, 1042911-1042922, 0892984 (1912- ). Lieutenant Colonel. USAAF, 1942-1945. Born 10 December 1912, Newburyport, MA. AB, Harvard U, 1934. Various positions, Time, Inc., 1935-1941. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, USAAF, 1942. Air Force assignments include: Aide to
  • PARTRIDGE, EARLE EVERARD Papers. 1924-1959

    23.9 cu ft Call No. 168.7014 IRIS Nos. 0126018-0126148 (1900-1990). General. USAF, 1924-1959. Born 7 July 1900, Winchendon, MA. BS, United States Military Academy, 1924. Air Corps Tactical School, 1937; Command and general Staff School, 1938. Served to grade of Private, Corps of Engineers, 1918-1919. Career assignments include: various duties as
  • PATRICK, MASON MATTHEWS Papers. 1886-1942

    .35 cu ft Call No. 167.611 IRIS Nos. 1010132-1010139 (1863-1942). Major General. Air Corps, 1921-1927. Born 13 December 1863, Lewisburg, WV. BS, United States Military Academy, 1886. Commissioned Additional Second Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, July 1886 and served to grade of Colonel, 1886-1918. Career assignments include: Chief of Air Service,
  • PAUL, FRANK MARTYN Papers. 1917-1967

    .6 cu ft Call No. 168.7074 IRIS Nos. 1021433-1021446 (1895-1977). Colonel. USAF, 1917-1953. Born 29 March 1895, Mediapolis, IA. Air Corps Tactical School, 1933; Command and General Staff School, 1935. Served to grade of Private First Class, Aviation Section, Signal Enlisted Reserve Corps, 1917-1918; commissioned Second Lieutenant, Aviation Section,
  • PAUL, NORMAN STARK Papers. 1964-1967

    21 audio tapes Call No. 168.7095 IRIS Nos. 1024736-1024756 (1919-1978). Lawyer and Government Official. Born 23 March 1919, Stamford, CT. AB, Yale U, 1940; LLB, U of Virginia, 1946. Career assignments include: Lawyer, Bleakley, Platt and Walker, 1946-1948; Deputy Assistant to Administrator, International Security Affairs, German Affairs, Economic
  • PECKMAN, Dale B. (Major)

    Call No.: K239.512-019 IRIS No.: 00903744 IRIS Tape No.: 00903745 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 19pp/0:50 Class: U Date/Location: 18 September 1967/Maxwell AFB AL Interviewer: Lt. Col. Robert Eckert Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1966-1967) Oral history interview with Major Dale Peckman, chief of Flying Safety Division and
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