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  • WILLIAMS, Samuel T. (Lt. General USA)

    Call No.: K239.0512-264 IRIS No.: 00905052 IRIS Tape No.: no tape Accessibility: OPEN Pages/Time: 13pp/No tape Class: U Date/Location: 9 November 1964/Unknown Interviewers: Not applicable Source: World News Topics: Not an Oral History interview. Reprint from World News, 9 November 1964, "Why U.S. is

  • WOODWORTH, William C., (Lt. Colonel)

    Call No.: K239.0512-429IRIS No.: 00904976IRIS Tape No.: n/aAccessibility: OPENPages/Time: 4 pp/no tapeClass: UDate/Location: 16 July 1963/Tan Son Nhut AB, South VietnamInterviewers: Joseph W. GraingerSource: Project CORONA HARVEST CollectionTopics:(1962-1963) Oral history interview with Lt. Colonel

  • World War I Aerial Victory Credits

    In the first few months after the United States entered World War I, British and French organizations exercised tactical control over many American units and confirmed and recorded aerial victory credits earned by their members. Air Service pilots attached individually to French or British

  • World War II Aerial Victory Credits

    Individual fighter pilots in single-seat aircraft earned almost all of the World War II aerial victory credits that were awarded during World War II. When two or more of its fighter pilots shared an aerial victory, the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) usually divided credit among them in accordance with