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  • Tactical Air Command

    HQ USAF established this command to provide a balance between strategic, air defense, and tactical forces of the post-World War II Air Force. In 1948 the Continental Air Command assumed control over air defense, tactical air, and air reserve forces. After two years in a subordinate role, Tactical Air Command (TAC) was reestablished as a major
  • TACTICAL AIR CONTROL SYSTEM EVALUATION REPORT

    Call No.: K239.0512-208 IRIS No.: 00904072 IRIS Tape No.: 00904073 Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 16pp/0:34 Class: U Date/Location: 25 February 1964/Unknown Interviewers: Unknown Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection Topics: (pre-1964) Discussion of US Army reaction to Pacific Air Forces tactical air control system (TACS) evaluation report (25
  • Taylor, Lawrence M. , Jr. (Lieutenant)

    Call No.: K239.0512-329IRIS No.: 00904292IRIS Tape No.: 00904293Accessibility: OPENPages/Time: 22pp/0:45Class: UDate/Location: Unknown/UnknownInterviewers: Lt. Colonel Ian R. LittleSource: Project CORONA HARVEST CollectionTopics:(1967-1968) Oral history interview with Lt. Lawrence Taylor, intelligence officer of 432d Reconnaissance Technical
  • TEMPLE, WILLIAM ALLEN Papers. 1946-1977

    2.26 cu ftCall No. 168.7093IRIS Nos. 1024589-1024634(1924-2008). Major General. USAF, 1946-1977. Born 13 December 1924, Philadelphia, PA. BS, United States Military Academy, 1946; LLB, 1951; MA, 1964, George Washington U; Air War College, 1964. Career assignments include: various duties as company and field grade officer, 1946-1968; successively
  • Tenth Air Force (AFRC)

    Lineage. Established as 10 Air Force on 4 Feb 1942. Activated on 12 Feb 1942. Redesignated Tenth Air Force on 18 Sep 1942. Inactivated on 6 Jan 1946. Activated on 24 May 1946. Discontinued, and inactivated, on 1 Sep 1960. Activated on 20 Jan 1966. Organized on 1 Apr 1966. Inactivated on 31 Dec 1969. Redesignated Tenth Air Force (Reserve), and
  • TERRY, ROY M. Papers. 1942-1975

    .61 cu ft Call No. 168.7057 IRIS Nos. 1007975-1007997 (1915-1988). Chaplain (Major General). USAF, 1942-1974. Born 15 July 1915, Brooklyn, NY. BA, Syracuse U, 1937; BD, Yale U Divinity School, 1942. Chaplain School, 1942. Career assignments include: various chaplain duties, 1942-1956; Chaplain, Military Airlift Command, 1956-1958; Staff Chaplain,
  • TEUTSCH, KURT Papers. 1945

    .02 cu ft Call No. 533.620-2 IRIS No. 00234352 Second Lieutenant. USAAF, HQ Ninth Air Force (Advanced), 1945. Official papers relating to Teutsch's trip into Russian-occupied Czechoslovakia in May 1945. Contains personal observations made by Teutsch of life in Russian-held territory, including a description of Russian troops and their deportment
  • The Birth of the United States Air Force

    This brief history surveys the beginning of the United States Army's air arm and the birth of the Air Service in World War I. It traces the evolution of the Army's air combat branch between World War I and World War II and its tremendous organizational growth during World War II. Following the war came various changes to cope with the establishment
  • The United States Air Force Band

    Lineage. Constituted Air Force Band, Bolling Field, D.C. on 1 Oct 1941. Activated on 1 Oct 1941. Redesignated: The Army Air Forces Band, Bolling Field, D.C. on 20 Jun 1942; The Army Air Forces Band on 1 Jun 1944; The Air Force Band on 26 Sep 1947. Inactivated on 5 Mar 1948. Redesignated The United States Air Force Band on 6 Apr 1949. Activated on
  • The United States Air Force Band

    Lineage. Constituted Air Force Band, Bolling Field, D.C. on 1 Oct 1941. Activated on 1 Oct 1941. Redesignated: The Army Air Forces Band, Bolling Field, D.C. on 20 Jun 1942; The Army Air Forces Band on 1 Jun 1944; The Air Force Band on 26 Sep 1947. Inactivated on 5 Mar 1948. Redesignated The United States Air Force Band on 6 Apr 1949. Activated on
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