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  • Signals Analysis Squadron (AFISRA)

    Lineage. Constituted as Signals Analysis Squadron on 18 Mar 2008. Activated on 15 Apr 2008.Assignments. Data Analysis Group, 15 Apr 2008-.Stations. Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 15 Apr 2008-.Service Streamers. None.Campaign Streamers. None.Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.Decorations.

  • SIMPSON, ROBERT FRANKLIN Papers. 1970-1980

    15 drawingsCall No. 168.7174IRIS Nos. 1039437(1945- ). Lieutenant Colonel. USAF, 1967- ? Born 1945, Birmingham, AL. BA, Auburn U, 1967; MA, Troy State U, 1975. Squadron Officer School, 1973; Air Command and Staff College, 1981. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, USAF, August 1967. Career assignments

  • SIPPLE, Garryl C. (Captain)

    Call No.: K239.0512-042 IRIS No.: 00903781 IRIS Tape No.: 00903782 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 10pp/1:01 Class: U Date/Location: April 1968/Maxwell AFB AL Interviewers: Lt. Col. Robert Eckert Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1965-1966) Oral history interview with Captain Garryl

  • Sixteenth Air Force (Air Forces Cyber) ACC

     Lineage. Established as Joint United States Military Group, Air Administration (Spain) and activated on 20 May 1954. Redesignated as Sixteenth Air Force on 15 Jul 1956.  Inactivated on 29 Aug 2014. Redesignated Sixteenth Air Force (Air Forces Cyber) on 30 Sep 2019. Activated on 11 Oct

  • Sixth Air Force

    The first air units arrived in the Canal Zone in February 1917. By 1940, a rapid increase in the number of units warranted a new organization, and the Panama Canal Air Force was created as a major command. When the command inactivated in 1976, most of its functions and resources passed to the

  • SKELTON, MARVIN LEE Papers. 1976

    .15 cu ftCall No. 168.7067IRIS Nos. 1017197(1924- ). First Lieutenant. USAFR, 1942-1958. Born 1924, Dallas, TX. LLB, Southern Methodist U, 1950. Served to grade of Private, Air Corps Enlisted Reserve, 1942-1943; Aviation Cadet, 1943-1944; appointed Flight Officer, May 1944; commissioned Second

  • SMITH, Franklin L (Lt. Colonel USMC)

    Call No.: K239.0512-167 IRIS No.: 00904003 IRIS Tape No.: 00904004 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 52pp/1:05 Class: U Date/Location: 1 February 1964/Saigon, South Vietnam Interviewers: Major Dean S. Gausche Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1961-1964) Oral history interview with Lt.

  • SMITH, FREDERIC HARRISON, JR. Papers. 1929-1965

    .4 cu ft Call No. 168.7159 IRIS Nos. 1037884-1037890 (1908-1980). General. USAF, 1929-1962. Born 30 June 1908, Fort Monroe, VA. BS, United States Military Academy, 1929. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, June 1929; began duty in Air Corps, September 1929. Career assignments include:

  • SMITH, Howell W. (Major)

    Call No.: K239.0512-010 IRIS No.: 00903729 IRIS Tape No.: 00903730 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 14pp/0:21 Class: U Date/Location: August 1967/Maxwell AFB AL Interviewers: Lt . Col. Robert Eckert; Major Harry Shallcross Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (1964-1965) Oral history

  • Southeast Asia War (Vietnam War) Aerial Victory Credits

    Headquarters Seventh Air Force issued a regulation for the awarding of aerial victory credits in Southeast Asia on November 12, 1966. Each combat wing or separate squadron subsequently established an Enemy Aircraft Claims Evaluation Board composed of the senior operations officer, the unit