Military Airlift Command Historical Handbook, 1941-1984

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Military Airlift Command, U.S. Air Force, 1984 - Government publications - 114 pages

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Page 21 - Georgia, and at the Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He was then ordered to Washington, D.
Page 26 - Neb., in 1964 and a master of science degree in international affairs from The George Washington University, Washington, DC, in 1965.
Page 25 - Air Force units in Taiwan, Thailand, and the Republic of the Philippines. He personally greeted all returning prisoners of war from Hanoi and South Vietnam. General Moore was assigned as Chief of Staff, Pacific Command, in October 1973. He became Assistant Vice Chief of Staff, United States Air Force, with the additional duty of Senior Air Force Member, Military Staff Committee, United Nations, in October 1976.
Page 26 - College in 1967, concurrently earning a master of science degree in business administration from the George Washington University...
Page 22 - Attache for Air to Russia in February 1934. A year later he was appointed Assistant Military Attach^ for Air to Italy and Greece, with station at Rome, Italy. General White was graduated from the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, Alabama in May 1938. He then entered the Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth. Upon completion of this training, he was assigned to the Office of the Chief of Air Corps, Washington, DC In April 1940, General White became Military Attach* to Brazil...
Page 23 - Ohio, he became the Commander in Chief of the United States Air Forces in Europe, a post he held for four years during the buildup of the Air Forces of NAT0.
Page 21 - Academy on June 30, 1925. To pass his first semester "writs" at West Point, Gavin had to get up at 4:30 AM, and study in the basement latrines. He was graduated from the Academy on June 13, 1929 and commissioned a second lieutenant in the infantry. After attending Air Corps Primary Flying School at Brooks Field, Texas, he served with the 25th Infantry in Arizona, attended the Infantry School at Fort...
Page 30 - Mr (Col) Harold Harris Lt Col (Col) Grant Mason, Jr. Lt Col Samuel E. Gates Col Jack W. Hickman Lt Col Earl B. Young Col Jesse Auton Capt (USN) Robert W. Morse Capt (USN) Robert G. Armstrong Capt (USN) Harry P. Badger Col Edward G. York Col (Brig Gen) Richard F. Bromiley Brig Gen (Maj Gen) Jack G. Merrell Col Sterling P.
Page 28 - OPERATlONS This function was known by various titles; Operations Officer, Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations, and Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations. On 5 July 1 948 a position, Deputy Commander, Air Transport, was created but left unmanned when Maj Gen William H. Tunner was selected to head the Airlift Task Force for the Berlin Airlift. On 1 February...
Page 32 - Public Relations, Director of lnformation Services, and Public lnformation Officer. Maj Rex William D. Smith, Jr. Col Robert W. Witty Maj Bernard Peters Mr Leonard Hall Lt Col Charles A. Brown Col Kenneth K. Golledge Col Charles A. Brown Lt Col Bernard Peters Lt Col David W. Allerdice Col Earl T. Reichert Lt Col Melvin E. Williamson Col Daniel M.

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