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Guide to Air Force
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1943-1983

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CONFIDENTIAL

Guide to Air Force
Historical Literature
1943-1983

Jacob Neufeld
Kenneth Schaffel
Anne E. Shermer

OFFICE OF AIR FORCE HISTORY
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
WASHINGTON, DC, 1985

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Foreword

The Guide to Air Force Historical Literature, 1943-1983, is a comprehensive listing of histories, monographs, chronologies, and special studies issued by the Office of Air Force History and historical offices throughout the Air Force. It excludes the periodic (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, annual) command and unit histories. The primary purpose of the Guide is to bring together all of the writings of the Air Force History Program in one convenient bibliography.

We believe this is a valuable resource for commanders and staffs, for it includes a wide variety of studies on how the Air Force carried out planning, operations, research, logistical activities and a host of other important operational and support functions in the past. These studies address a wide variety of issues and problems. They can provide insight into "why things are the way they are," as well as what worked and what did not, and the reasons why. Such information is invaluable to those responsible for today's plans and operations. At the very least, used wisely, the historical information in these studies will help Air Force people make informed decisions and avoid repeating past mistakes.

While it aids planners and operators, the Guide will also be of great value to Air Force historians by informing them of their colleagues' work and providing a listing of classified and unclassified histories for official research. The Guide will help the historian in his or her efforts to assist the commander and his staff.

The entries have been supplied by the command historians, arranged in the Guide under the name of the producing organization, and listed chronologically by year of issue. To assist in finding an item, a brief lineage of the commands and their organizations precedes the entries. Each separate command is identified by a letter of the alphabet, and each entry includes the title, security classification, author, date of issue, and number of pages. Under Section B, we have added the Contemporary Historical Examination of Current Operations (CHECO) series produced between 1964 and 1979, some 1,870 studies which detail air operations in Southeast Asia. Also contained in the Guide are separate author, title, and subject indexes.

Access to the studies listed in this Guide can be obtained by contacting the appropriate historical office directly. (See USAF Historical Program Personnel Directory.) The USAF Historical Research Center at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, may also have copies on microfilm. Researchers are advised that classified information can only be released to those who possess the requisite security clearances and demonstrate a "need to know."

Some histories may have been omitted inadvertently. We encourage command historians to bring any omissions to the attention of the Office of Air Force History. It is also important that any change in classification be communicated to the Office as soon as possible. An addendum to the Guide will be issued annually.

RICHARD H. KOHN
Chief, Office of Air Force History

Acknowledgments

This publication is based on the Guide to Monographic Literature, 1943-1974, prepared by Jacob Neufeld, who suggested expanding the edition to include all USAF historical literature. Lt. Kenneth Schaffel collected lists of new material from the major USAF organizations, and Anne E. Shermer developed the format of the publication. The security classification was accomplished with the support of Maj. John Kreis and Grant Hales. Ann Caudle gave the manuscript a thorough copy editing, carefully correcting the inconsistencies. The editors owe the greatest debt to the many individuals in the history offices throughout the USAF who diligently submitted new entries and then patiently checked and rechecked their listings. Without this support from field historians, the Office of Air Force History could not have compiled this important historical research tool.

Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments

Monographs and Studies

A. Office of Air Force History (AFCHO) and USAF Historical Research Center (USAFHRC)
B. CHECO Reports
C. Aerospace Defense Command (ADCOM)
        North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) / Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD)
D. Air Force Communications Command (AFCC)
        Pacific Communications Division
E. Air Force Logistics Command (AFLC)
        Aerospace Guidance and Metrology Center
        Air Logistics Centers and Materiel Areas:
                Ogden Air Logistics Center
                Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center
                Sacramento Air Logistics Center
                San Antonio Air Logistics Center
                Warner Robins Air Logistics Center
                Middletown Air Materiel Area
                Mobile Air Materiel Area
                Rome Air Materiel Area
                San Bernardino Air Materiel Area
        Air Materiel Force European Area
        Ground Electronics Engineering Installation Agency
        Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center
        2709th Air Force Vehicle Control Group
        2750th Air Base Wing
F. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI)
G. Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center
H. Air Force Reserve (AFRES)
I. Air Force Systems Command (AFSC)
        Aeronautical Systems Division
        Aerospace Medical Division
        Air Force Flight Test Center
        Air Force Geophysics Laboratory
        Air Force Missile Development Center
        Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory
        Air Force Special Weapons Center-Air Force Weapons Laboratory
        Armament Division
        Arnold Engineering Development Center
        Contract Management Division
        Eastern Space and Missile Center
        Electronic Systems Division
        Foreign Technology Division
        Rome Air Development Center
        Space Division
        Office of Aerospace Research
J. Air Training Command (ATC)
K. Air University (AU)
L. Alaskan Air Command (AAC)
M. Electronic Security Command (ESC)
N. Headquarters Command (HQC)
O. Military Airlift Command (MAC)
        Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service
        Air Weather Service
        Twenty-first Air Force
P. Pacific Air Forces (PACAF)
        Fifth Air Force
        
Thirteenth Air Force
Q. Strategic Air Command (SAC)
        Fifteenth Air Force
        1st Combat Evaluation Group
        1st Strategic Aerospace Division
        Second Air Force
        Seventh Air Division
        706th Strategic Missile Wing
        Third Air Division
R. Tactical Air Command (TAC)
S. United States Air Force Academy (USAFA)
T. United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE)
        Seventeenth Air Force
        Sixteenth Air Force
        Third Air Force
The United States Logistics Group (TUSLOG)

A. OFFICE OF AIR FORCE HISTORY (AFCHO) AND USAF HISTORICAL RESEARCH CENTER (USAFHRC)

The following section contains no classified information.

The AAF Historical Division was established in 1942 in Washington, D.C. It was redesignated Air Historical Group in J 948, renamed the USAF Historical Division, and relocated to Air University, Maxwell AFB in 1949. The USAF Historical Division Liaison Office remained in Washington, D.C. Redesignated the Historical Research Division in 1969, it became a named activity and was designated the Albert F. Simpson Historical Research Center in 1972. The Center then became a Direct Reporting Unit (DRU) on 1 July 1979 and was redesignated the USAF Historical Research Center on 1 December 1983.

In January 1969 the Liaison Office was absorbed by the newly established Office of Air Force History, which eventually provided technical and policy guidance for the Center in Alabama.

Because the research efforts of the two organizational units have been intertwined, and because the two pride themselves in a common lineage, the publications and monographs are listed under a single heading.

A1.1 The Glider Pilot Training Program, 1941-1943. Betty Jo NcNarney. 1943. 99 pp.

A1.2 Initial Selection of Candidates for Pilot, Bombardier, and Navigator Training. Robert L. Thompson. 1943. 66 pp.

A1.3 Barrage Balloon Development in the United States Army Air Corps, 1923-1942. Robert L. Thompson. 1943. 160 pp.

A1.4 Alaskan Air Defense and the Japanese Invasion of the Aleutians. Arthur B. Ferguson. 1944. 115 pp.

A1.5 Individual Training of Bombardiers. Ben R. Baldwin. 1944. 186 pp.

A1.6 Bombsight Maintenance Training in the AAF. Raymond Walters. 1944. 117 pp.

A1.7 The AAF in Australia to the Summer of 1942. E. Kathleen Williams. 1944. 215 pp.

A1.8 The Tenth Air Force, 1942. Herbert Weaver and Marvin A. Rapp. 1944. 117 pp.

A1.9 The Development of Tactical Doctrines at AAFSAT and AAFTAC. Joseph R. Reither. 1944. 107 pp.

A1.10 Procurement of Aircrew Training. Natalie Grow. 1944. 151 pp.

A1.11 Air Action in the Papuan Campaign, 21 Jul 1942-25 Jan 1943. Richard L. Watson. 1944. 185 pp.

A1.12 Pilot Transition to Combat Aircraft. Betty Jo McNarney. 1944. 260 pp.

A1.13 Civilian Volunteer Activities in the AAF. Mac M. Link. 1944. 133 pp.

A1.14 Aviation Cadet Ground Duty Program: Policy, Procurement, and Assignment. Merrill Jensen. 1944. 100 pp.

A1.15 Organization of Military Aeronautics, 1907-1935 (Congressional and War Department Action). Chase L. Mooney and Martha E. Layman. 1944. 131 pp.

A1.16 Individual Training in Aircraft Maintenance in the AAF. Raymond Walters. 1944. 180 pp.

A1.17 The AAF in the South Pacific to Oct 1942. Kramer J. Rohfleisch. 1944. 235 pp.

A1.18 Origins of the Eighth Air Force: Plans, Organization, and Doctrine. James L. Cate. 1944. 143 pp.

A1.19 The Ploesti Mission of 1 Aug 1943. Earl Cruickshank. 1944. 191 pp.

A1.20 The Tenth Air Force, 1 Jan-10 Mar 1943. Herbert Weaver and Marvin A. Rapp. 1944. 137 pp.

A1.21 Air Phase of the North African Invasion, Nov 1942. Thomas J. Mayock. 1944. 111 pp.

A1.22 Distribution of Air Materiel to the Allies, 1939-1944: Controls, Procedures, and Policies. Martin P. Claussen. 1944. 94 pp.

A1.23 Comparative History of Research and Development Policies Affecting Air Materiel, 1915-1944. Martin P. Claussen. 1945. 189 pp.

A1.24 Individual Training of Navigators in the AAF. Ben R. Baldwin. 1945. 264 pp.

A1.25 Summary of Air Action in the Philippines and Netherlands East Indies, 7 Dec 1941-26 Mar 1942 (Statistical only). Juliette Abington. c. 1945. 266 pp.

A1.26 Ninth Air Force in the Western Desert Campaign to 23 Jan 1943. Harry L. Coles. 1945. 134 pp.

A1.27 Flexible Gunnery Training in the AAF. Henry H. Simms. 1945. 113 pp.

A1.28 Ninth Air Force in the ETO, 16 Oct 1943-16 Apr 1944. John F. Ramsey. 1945. 229 pp.

A1.29 Administrative History of the Ferrying Command, 29 May 1941-30 Jun 1942. Staff (ATC). 1945. 170 pp.

A1.30 Army Air Forces in the War Against Japan, 1941-1942. E. Kathleen Williams. 1945. 185 pp.

A1.31 Guadalcanal and the Origin of the Thirteenth Air Force. Kramer J. Rohfleisch. J 945. 282 pp.

A1.32 Ninth Air Force, Apr Nov 1944. Robert H. George. 1945. 375 pp.

A1.33 Participation of the Ninth and Twelfth Air Forces in the Sicilian Campaign. Harry L. Coles. 1945. 246 pp.

A1.34 Operational History of the Seventh Air Force, 6 Nov 1943-31 July 1944. James C. Olson. 1945. 248 pp.

A1.35 Legislation Relating to the Air Corps Personnel and Training Programs, 1907-1939. Martha E. Layman. 1945. 154 pp.

A1.36 Operational History of the Seventh Air Force. 7 Dec 1941-6 Nov 1943. James C. Olson. 1945. 310 pp.

A1.37 The Antisubmarine Command, Arthur B. Ferguson. 1945. 315 pp.

A1.38 The AAF in the Middle East: A Study of the Origins of the Ninth Air Force. Edith C. Rodgers. 1945. 190 pp.

A1.39 The Fourteenth Air Force to 1 Oct 1943. Herbert Weaver and Marvin A. Rapp. 1945. 169 pp.

A1.40 The War Against the Luftwaffe: AAF Counter-Air Operations, Apr 1943-Jun 1944. John F. Ramsey. 1945. 257 pp.

A1.41 Army Air Action in the Philippines and Netherlands East Indies, I94I-I942. Richard L. Watson. 1945. 300 pp.

A1.42 History of the Twentieth Air Force: Genesis. James L. Cate. 1945. 298 pp.

A1.43 USAF Wings at War Series. 6 vols. Staff. 1945.

No. 1, The AAF in the Invasion of Southern France. 60 pp.
No. 2, Sunday Punch in Normandy. 32 pp.
No. 3. Pacific Counterblow. 56 pp.
No. 4. Airborne Assault on Holland. 57 pp.
No. 5. Air Ground Teamwork on the Western Front. 50 pp.
No. 6, The AAF in Northwest Africa. 67 pp.

A1.44 Legislation Relating to the Army Air Forces Training Program, 1939-1945. (Revised). J. Merton England and Chauncey E. Sanders. 1946. 156 pp.

A1.45 Inspection Control in the AAF, 1939-1945 (Revised). John W. Long, Chase C. Mooney, and Chauncey E. Sanders. 1946. 100 pp.

A1.46 Legislation Relating to the AAF Personnel Program, 1939-1945. (Revised). Martha E. Layman and Chauncey E. Sanders. 1946. 135 pp.

A1.47 Development of Administrative Planning and Control in the AAF. (Revised). L. Vaughan Howard and Chase C. Mooney. 1946. 116 pp.

A1.48 Expansion of Industrial Facilities under Army Air Forces Auspices, 1940- 1945. Robert R. Russel and Martin P. Claussen. 1946. 275 pp.

A1.49 Air Defense of the Panama Canal, 1 Jan 1939-7 Dec 1941. E. Kathleen Williams. 1946. 234 pp.

A1.50 The Fifth Air Force in the Conquest of the Bismarck Archipelago, Nov 1943-Mar 1944. Harris G. Warren. 1946. 214 pp.

A1.51 Evolution of the Liaison Type Airplane, 1917-1944. Irving B. Holley, Jr. 1946. 131 pp.

A1.52 Development of the South Pacific Air Route. E. Kathleen Williams. 1946. 95 pp.

A1.53 Organization of Military Aeronautics, 1935-1945: Executive, Congressional, and War Department Action. Chase C. Mooney. 1946. 82 pp.

A1.54 Development and Procurement of Gliders in the Army Air Forces, 1941- 1944. Paul M. Davis and Amy C. Fenwick. 1946. 208 pp.

A1.55 Preflight Training in the AAF, 1939-1944. Thomas H. Greer. 1946. 276 pp.

A1.56 Basic Military Training in the AAF, 1939-1944. Howard D. Williams. 1946. 205 pp.

A1.57 Materiel Research and Development in the Army Air Arm, 1914-1945. Martin P. Claussen. 1946. 222 pp.

A1.58 The Maintenance of Army Aircraft in the United States, 1939-1945: General Development and Policies. Robert W. Ackerman. 1946. 152

A1.59 Organization of AAF Training Activities, 1939-1945. Martha E. Layman. 1946. 67 pp.

A1.60 Women Pilots with the AAF, 1941-1944. J. Merton England and Joseph R. Reither. 1946. 122 pp.

A1.61 The Fifth Air Force in the Huon Peninsula Campaign, Jan-Oct 1943. Richard L. Watson. 1946. 324 pp.

A1.62 The Twelfth Air Force in the North African Winter Campaign, 11 Nov 1942 to the Reorganization of 10 Feb 1943. Thomas J. Mayock. 1946. 219 pp.

A1.63 Air Phase of the Italian Campaign to 1 Jan 1944. Albert F. Simpson. 1946. 405 pp.

A1.64 The Tenth Air Force, 1943. Herbert Weaver and Marvin A. Rapp. 1946. 137 pp.

A1.65 The Early Operations of the Eighth Air Force and the Origins of the Combined Bomber Offensive, 17 Aug 1942-10 Jun 1943. Arthur B. Ferguson. 1946. 356 pp.

A1.66 The Combined Bomber Offensive, Apr-Dec 1943. John W. Stormont. 1946. 219 pp.

A1.67 The Thirteenth Air Force, Mar-Oct 1943. Kramer J. Rohfleisch. 1946. 331 pp.

A1.68 The Reduction of Pantelleria and Adjacent Islands, 8 May-4 Jun 1943. Edith C. Rodgers. 1947. 115 pp.

A1.69 Development of Aircraft Gun Turrets in the AAF, 1917-1944. Irving B. Holley, Jr. 1947. 279 pp.

A1.70 The Modification of Army Aircraft in the United States, 1939-1945. Virginia G. Toole and Robert W. Ackerman. 1947. 123 pp.

A1.71 Training of Foreign Nationals by the AAF, 1939-1945. Gerald T. White. 1947. 202 pp.

A1.72 Aviation Gasoline Production and Control. Charles G. Forbes. 1947. 95 pp.

A1.73 The Fifth Air Force in the Huon Peninsula Campaign, Oct 1943-Feb 1944. Richard L. Watson. 1947. 280 pp.

A1.74 Special Operations: AAF Aid to European Resistance Movements, 1943-1945. Harris G. Warren. 1947. 259 pp.

A1.75 The Combined Bomber Offensive, 1 Jan-6 Jun 1944. Joe L. Norris. 1947. 316 pp.

A1.76 The Official Pictorial History of the AAF. Staff. 1947 213 pp.

A1.77 The Army Air Forces in World War II. Wesley F. Craven and James L. Cate, eds. 1948-1958.

Vol I: Plans and Early Operations, Jan 1939-Aug 1943; 788 pp
Vol II: Europe—TORCH to POINT-BLANK, Aug 1942-Dec 1943; 897 pp
Vol III: Europe-ARGUMENT to V-E Day, Jan 1944- May 1945; 948 pp
Vol IV: The Pacific—Guadalcanal to Saipan, Aug 1942-July 1944; 825 pp
Vol V: The Pacific—Materhorn to Nagasaki, Jun 1944-Aug 1945; 878 pp
Vol VI: Men and Planes; 808 pp
Vol VII: Services Around the World. 667 pp

A1.78 Legislation Relating to the AAF Materiel Program, 1939-1945 (Revised). Chase C. Mooney and Chauncey E. Sanders. 1949. 179 pp.

A1.79 Combat Crew and Unit Training in the AAF, 1939-1945. Gerald T. White. 1949. 147 pp.

A1.80 The Development of the Heavy Bomber, J918-1944, (Revised). Jean H. DuBuquc and Robert F. Gleckner. 1951. 180 pp.

A1.81 Personnel Problems Relating to AAF Commissioned Officers, 1939-1945. Robert L. Jones and Chauncey E. Sanders. 1951. 214 pp.

A1.82 Weather Training in the AAF. Raymond Wallers. 1951. 234 pp.

A1.83 Standardization of Air Materiel I939--1944: Controls, Policies, Procedures. Martin P. Claussen. 1951. 81 pp.

A1.84 Development of AAF Base Facilities in the United States, 1939-1945. Robert F. Futrell. 1951. 263 pp.

A1.85 U.S. Air Force Operations in the Korean Conflict, 25 Jun-1 Nov 1950. Robert F. Futrell. 1951. 139 pp.

A1.86 Command of Observation Aviation: A Study in Control of Tactical Air Power. Robert F. Futrell. 1952. 44 pp.

A1.87 Statistical Control in the Army Air Forces. Frances Acomb. 1952. 134 pp.

A1.88 Civilian Personnel Administration in the AAF. 1939-1945. C. E. Schultz and Jean E. Clifford. 1952. 93 pp.

A1.89 Purchasing Policies.. Controls and Procedures for AAF Materiel. Frank C. Bourne. 1952. 139 pp.

A1.90 Tactical Operations of the Eighth Air Force, 6 Jun 1944-8 May 1945. Juliette A. Hennessy. 1952. 285 pp.

A1.91 Redeployment and Demobilization. Chauncey E. Sanders. 1952. 48 pp.

A1.92 Policies and Procedures Governing Elimination from AAF Schools, 1939 -1945. Clement L. Grant. 1952. 96 pp.

A1.93 Air Force Participation in Joint Army-Air Force Training Exercises, 1947-1950. Ralph D. Bald. 1952. 98 pp.

A1.94 Airborne Missions in the Mediterranean. 1942-1945. John C. Warren. 1953. 137 pp.

A1.95 Classification and Assignment of Enlisted Men in the Army Air Arm, 1917-1945. Victor H. Cohen. 1953. 247 pp.

A1.96 Morale in the AAF in World War II. Martin R. R. Goldman. 1953. 96 pp.

A1.97 Legislative History of the AAF and USAF. 1941-1951. Edwin L. Williams. 1953. 131 pp.

A1.98 Employment of Strategic Bombers in a Tactical Role, 1941-1951. Robert W. Ackerman. 1953. 183 pp.

A1.99 Development of Air Doctrine in the Army Air Ann, 1917-1941. Thomas H. Greer. 1953. 154 pp.

A1.100 The Preflight Schools in World War II. W. Eugene Hollon. 1953. 229 pp.

A1.101 Biographical Data on Air Force General Officers, 1918-1952. 2 vols. Robert P. Fogerty. 1953. Vol I — 519 pp. Vol II — 584 pp.

A1. 102 Development of Night Air Operations, 1941-1952. Joe G. Taylor. 1953. 312 pp.

A1.103 Development of AAF and USAF Training Concepts and Programs, 1941-1952. Leslie F. Smith. 1953. 465 pp.

A1.104 Air Force Participation in Joint Amphibious Training Exercises, 1946-1950. Ralph D. Bald, Jr. 1953. 195 pp.

A1.105 Air-Sea Rescue, 1941-1952. Frank E. Ransom. 1953. 215 pp.

A1.106 AAF in Amphibious Landings in World War II. Harry L. Coles. 1953. 254 pp.

A1.107 The Development and Functions of AAF OCS and OTS. Clement L. Grant. 1953. 184 pp.

A1.108 AAF Air Defense Activities in the Mediterranean, 1942-20 Sep 1944. Clement L. Grant. 1954. 172 pp.

A1.109 Teaching of Military History in Colleges and Universities. Richard C. Brown. 1954. 61 pp.

A1.110 History of Headquarters USAF, 1 July 1949-30 Jun 1950. Alfred Goldberg and Robert D. Little. 1954. 117 pp.

A1.111 Demobilization Planning for the USAF. Chauncey E. Sanders. 1955. 121 pp.

A1.112 Individual Training in Aircraft Armament by the AAF. 1939-1945. Raymond Walters. 1955. 129 pp.

A1.113 U.S. Air Force Operations in the Korean Conflict, 1 Nov 1950-30 June 1952. Robert F. Futrell. 1955. 296 pp.

A1.114 Close Air Support Operations in the War Against Japan. Joe G. Taylor. 1955. 389 pp.

A1.115 History of the Air Corps Tactical School. Robert T. Finney. 1955. 90 pp.

A1.116 Analysis of Pre-Invasion Air Operations, Pacific Area, Nov-Dec 1943. Joe G. Taylor. 1955. 60 pp.

A1.117 Development of the Long-Range Escort Fighter. Bernard L. Boylan. 1955. 321 pp.

A1.118 History of Headquarters USAF. 1 July 1950-30 June 1951. (S) Arthur Goldberg, ed. 1955. 190 pp.

A1.119 Organization of the Army Air Arm, 1935-1945. Chase C. Mooney and Edward C. Williamson. 1956. 90 pp.

A1.120 Airborne Operations in World War II, European Theater. John C. Warren. 1956. 239 pp.

A1.121 USAF Operations in the Korean Conflict, I July 1952- 27 July 1953. Robert F. Futrell. 1956. 352 pp.

A1.122 Air Supply in the Burma Campaigns. Joe G. Taylor. 1957. 163 pp.

A1.123 History of the Air Force Civilian Training Program, 1941-1951. Edwin L. Williams. 1957. 377 pp.

A1.124 Development of Continental Air Defense to 1 Sep 1954. Clement L. Grant. 1957. 116 pp.

A1.125 Air Force Participation in Joint Army-Air Force Training Exercises, 1951-1954. Ralph D. Bald, Jr. 1957. 164 pp.

A1.126 Air Interdiction in China in World War II. Joe G. Taylor. 1957. 116 pp.

A1.127 A History of the United Stales Air Force, 1907-1957. Alfred Goldberg, ed. 1957. 277 pp.

A1.128 The United States Army Air Arm, Apr 1861-Apr 1917. Juliette A. Hennessy. 1958. 260 pp.

A1.129 A History of the Air Force Atomic Energy Program, 1943-1953. 5 vols, 9 parts. 1959.

Vol I: Project SILVER PLATE, 1943-1946. (TS) Lee Bowen. 378 pp.
Vol II: Foundations for an Atomic Air Force, 1946-1948. (TS) Robert D. Little.
Part 1: pp 1-390.
Part 2: pp 391-698.
Vol III: Building an Atomic Air Force, 1949-1953. (TS) Robert D. Little.
Part 1: pp 1-252.
Part 2: pp 253-506.
Vol IV: Development of Weapons, 1946-1953. (TS) Lee Bowen.
Part 1: pp 1-340.
Part 2: pp 341-587.
Vol V: Atomic Weapon Delivery Systems, 1948-1955. (S) Robert L. Perry, ed.
Part 1: 571 pp.
Part 2: 241 pp.

A1.130 The German Air Force General Staff. Andreas Nielson. 1959. 265 pp.

A1.131 Historical Turning Points in the German Air Force War Effort. Richard Suchenwirth. 1959. 143 pp.

A1.132 Air Operations in the Suez Incident, 1956. Arthur K. Marmor. 1959. 61 pp.

A1.133 Air Operations in the Sinai Campaign, 1956. Alfred Goldberg. 1959. 47 pp.

A1.134 The Russian Air Force in the Eyes of German Commanders. Walter Schwabedissen. I960. 434 pp.

A1.135 Acquisition of AAF Bases in Latin America, June 1939- June 1943. Bynum E. Weathers. 1960. 395 pp.

A1.136 Plans and Policies for the Ballistic Missile Initial Operational Capability Program. (S) Max Rosenberg. 1960. 124 pp.

A1.137 USAF Ballistic Missiles, 1958-1959. (S) Max Rosenberg. 1960. 57 pp.

A1.138 The Threshold of Space, 1945-1959. Lee Bowen. 1960. 61 pp.

A1.139 Development of Aeromedical Evacuation in the USAF, 1909-1960. Robert F. Futrell. 1961. 44 pp.

A1.140 Air Force Combat Units of World War II. Maurer Maurer, ed. 1961. 506 pp.

A1.141 The United States Air Force in Korea, 1950-1953. Robert F. Futrell. 1961 (reprinted 1983). 774 pp.

A1.142 German Air Force Airlift Operations. Fritz Morzik. 1961. 417 pp.

A1.143 Air Operations in the Korean War, 1950-1953. Robert F. Futrell. 1961. 56 pp.

A1.144 The Changing Character of Air Force Manpower. 1958-1959. George F. Lemmer. 1961. 62 pp.

A1.145 The Search for New USAF Weapons, 1958-1959. (S) Arthur K. Manner. 1961. 66 pp.

A1.146 The Laos Crisis of 1959. George F. Lemmer. 1961. 68 pp.

A1.147 USAF Logistics, 1958-1959. Charles H. Hildreth. 1961. 59 pp.

A1.148 Air Force Operational Problems, 1958-1959. (S) Robert D. Little. 1961. 54 pp.

AI.149 A Preliminary List of U.S. Air Force Aces. 1917 1953. Maurer Maurer. 1962. 39 pp.

A1.150 German Air Force Operations in Support of the Army. Paul Deich-mann. 1962. 210 pp.

A1.151 Air Power and Russian Partisan Warfare. Karl Drum. 1962. 63 pp.

A1.152 USAF Airborne Operations, World War II and the Korean War. Staff. 1962. 119 pp.

A1.153 USAF Tactical Operations. World War II and the Korean War. Staff. 1962. 178 pp.

A1.154 The Air Force in Space, 1959-1960. Max Rosenberg. 1962. 64 pp.

A1.155 Air Operations in the Lebanon Crisis of 1958. Robert D. Little and Wilhelmine Burch. 1962. 94 pp.

A1.156 USAF Logistic Preparations for Limited War, 1958-1961. Charles H. Hildreth. 1962. 65 pp.

A1.157 Air Operations in the Taiwan Crisis of 1958. Jacob Van Staaveren. 1962. 73 pp.

A1.158 The Strengthening of Air Force In-House Laboratories. Carl Berger. 1962. 80 pp.

A1.159 USAF Credits for the Destruction of Enemy Aircraft, Korean War. Maurer Maurer. 1963. 52 pp.

A1.160 USAF Command and Control Problems, 1958-1961. (S) Arthur K. Marmor. 1963. 79 pp.

A1.161 The Air Force Response to the Cuban Crisis. (TS) Staff. 1963. 56 pp.

A1.162 Nuclear Propulsion for Manned Aircraft The End of the Program. 1959 1961. Robert D. Little. 1963. 82 pp.

A1.163 USAF Oversea Bases, 1957-1961. (S) George F. Lemmer. 1963. 84 pp.

A1.164 Chronology of Air Force Actions During the Cuban Crisis, 14 Oct 30 Nov 1962. (TS) Staff. 1963. 202 pp.

A1. 165 The Air Force and the Concept of Deterrence, 1945 -1950. (S) George F. Lemmer. 1963. 67 pp.

A1.166 Strategy and Money: The Defense Budget for Fiscal Year 1961. Alfred Goldberg. 1963. 52 pp.

A1.167 Russian Reactions to German Air Power in World War II. Laus Uebe. 1964. 146 pp.

A1.168 USAF Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles, Fiscal Years 1960-1961. (S) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1964. 97 pp.

A1.169 USAF Counterinsurgency Doctrines and Capabilities, 1961-1962. Charles H. Hildreth. 1964. 55 pp.

A1.170 Organizing for Strategic Planning, 1945-1950, The National System and The Air Force. (S) Robert D. Little. 1964. 91 pp.

A1.171 The Air Force and the National Guided Missile Program, 1944-1950. Max Rosenberg. 1964. 200 pp.

A1. 172 An Air Force History of Space Activities, 1945-1959. Lee Bowen. 1964. 227 pp.

A1.173 USAF Special Air Warfare Doctrines and Capabilities, 1963. Charles H. Hildreth. 1964. 64 pp.

A1.174 USAF Strategic Command and Control Systems, 1958-1963. (S) Carl Berger. 1964. 61 pp.

A1.175 The German Air Force Versus Russia, 1941. Hermann Plocher. 1965. 335 pp.

A1.176 Command and Control for North American Air Defense, 1959-1963. Thomas A. Sturm. 1965. 62 pp,

A1.177 USAF Manpower Trends, 1960-1963. George F. Lemmer. 1965. 75 pp.

A1.178 USAF Plans and Policies in South Vietnam, 1961-1963. Jacob Van Staavercn. 1965. 106 pp.

A1.179 The Air Force and Nuclear Testing, 1958-1964. (TS) Bernard C. Nalty. 1965. 55 pp.

A1.180 USAF Plans and Policies in South Vietnam and Laos, 1964. Jacob Van Staaveren. 1965. 104 pp.

A1.181 The German Air Force Versus Russia, 1942. Hermann Plocher. 1966. 470 pp.

A1.182 Strengthening USAF General Purpose Forces, 1961-1964. (TS) George F. Lemmer. 1966. 86 pp.

A1.183 Strengthening USAF Airlift Forces, 1961 -1964. George F. Lemmer. 1966. 68 pp.

A1.184 The Air Force in Space, 1961. (S) Carl Berger. 1966. 121 pp.

A1.185 USAF Ballistic Missile Programs, 1962-1964. (TS) Bernard C Nalty. 1966. 82 pp.

A1.186 The Air Force and Contract Management, 1961-1965. (FOUO) Marcelle S. Morgan. 1966. 48 pp.

A1.187 The Air Force in Space, 1962. (S) Carl Berger. 1966. 129 pp.

A1.188 The Air Force and the Worldwide Military Command and Control System, 1961-1965. (S) Thomas A. Strum. 1966. 86 pp.

A1.189 The Quest for an Advanced Manned Strategic Bomber: USAF Plans and Policies, 1961-1966. (S) Bernard C. Natty. 1966. 62 pp.

A1.190 USAF Plans and Operations in Southeast Asia, 1965. (TS) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1966. 103 pp.

A1.191 The Air Force in Space, Fiscal Year 1963. (TS) Gerald T Cantwell. 1966. 118 pp.

A1.192 The German Air Force Versus Russia, 1943. Hermann Plocher. 1967. 368 pp.

A1.193 The USAF Scientific Advisory Board: Its First Twenty Years, 1944-1964. Thomas A. Sturm. 1967. 194 pp.

A1.194 USAF Ballistic Missile Programs, 1964-1966. (TS) Bernard C. Nalty. 1967. 66 pp.

A1.195 USAF Deployment Planning for Southeast Asia. (TS) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1967.

A1.196 USAF Logistic Plans and Policies in Southeast Asia, 1965. Herman S. Wolk. 1967. 73 pp.

A1.197 The Air Force in Space, Fiscal Year 1964. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1967. 112 pp.

A1.198 The Air Force and the Dominican Crisis. (TS) Bernard C. Nalty. 1967. 70 pp.

A1.199 The Air Force Command and Control System, 1950-1966. (S) Thomas A. Sturm. 1967. 70 pp.

A1.200 USAF Logistic Plans and Policies in Southeast Asia, 1966. Herman S. Wolk. 1967. 58 pp.

A1.201 The Air Force and Strategic Deterrence, 1951-1960. (S) George F. Lemmer. 1967. 87 pp.

A1.202 Development of the German Air Force, 1919-1939. Richard Suchen-wirth. 1968. 259 pp.

A1.203 USAF Plans and Operations: The Air Campaign Against North Vietnam, 1966. (TS) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1968. 89 pp.

A1.204 Air Operations in the Six-Day War, June 1967. (S) Bernard C. Nalty. 1968. 56 pp.

A1.205 The Air Force in Space. Fiscal Year 1965. (S) Gerald T. Cantwell. 1968. 104 pp.

A1.206 The Air Force Role in Five Crises, 1958-1965: Lebanon, Taiwan, Congo, Cuba. Dominican Republic. (TS) Bernard C. Nalty. 1968. 67 pp.

A1.207 Chronology of the Korean Crisis, 1968. (TS) Charles H. Hildreth, Bernard C. Nalty, and Anne B. Mascolino. 1968. 113 pp.

A1.208 USAF Plans and Policies: Logistics and Base Construction in Southeast Asia, 1967. Herman S. Wolk. 1968. 73 pp.

A1.209 USAF Manpower in Limited War. 1964-1967. George F. Lemmer. 1968. 103 pp.

A1.210 The Air Force in Space. Fiscal Year 1966. (S) Gerald T. Cantwell. 1968. 100 pp.

A1.211 U.S. Air Service Victory Credits, World War I. Maurer Maurer. 1969. 178 pp.

A1.212 Combat Squadrons of the Air Force, World War II. Maurer Maurer, ed. 1969 (reprinted 1983). 841 pp.

A1.213 Command and Leadership in the German Air Force. Richard Suchen-wirth. 1969. 351 pp.

A1.214 The Air Force Response to the Pueblo Crisis. 1968. (TS) Charles H. Hildreth, Bernard C. Nalty, and Anne B. Mascolino. 1969. 137 pp.

A1.215 USAF Oversea Forces and Bases, 1947-1967. (S) Thomas A. Sturm. 1969. 126 pp.

A1.216 USAF Plans and Policies: Research and Development for Southeast Asia, 1965-1967. (TS) Herman S. Wolk. 1969. 116 pp.

A1.217 History of Task Force Alpha, 1 Oct 1967-30 Apr 1968. (S) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1969. 74 pp.

A1.218 USAF Ballistic Missile Programs, 1967-1968. (TS) Bernard C. Nalty. 1969. 81 pp.

A1.219 The Air Force in Vietnam: The Search for Military Alternatives, 1967. (TS) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1969. 80 pp.

A1.220 Operation Freloc: The USAF Withdrawal from France, 1967. (C) Charles H. Hildreth. 1969. 72 pp.

A1.221 The World War I Diary of Col. Frank P. Lahm. Albert F. Simpson, ed. 1970. 271 pp.

A1.222 The Air Force in Space, Fiscal Year 1967. 2 parts. (S) Gerald T. Cantwell. 1970. Part I 104 pp. Part II — 45 pp.

A1.223 USAF Plans and Policies: R&D for Southeast Asia, 1968. Herman S. Wolk. 1970. 56 pp.

A1.224 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Toward a Bombing Halt, 1968. (TS) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1970. 102 pp.

A1.225 The Air Force in Space, Fiscal Year 1968. (S) 2 parts. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1970. Part I - 65 pp. Part II - 23 pp.

A1.226 Ideas, Concepts, Doctrine: A History of Basic Thinking in the United States Air Force, 1907-1964. Robert F. Futrell. 1971. 54 pp.

A1.227 USAF Ballistic Missile Programs, 1969-1970. (TS) Jacob Neufeld. 1971. 68 pp.

A1.228 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: The Administration Emphasizes Air Power. 1969. (TS) Elizabeth H. Hartsook. 1971. 104 pp.

A1.229 USAF FAC Operations in Southeast Asia, 1961-1965. Ralph A. Rowley. 1972. 138 pp.

A1.230 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Logistic Plans and Policies, 1968-1969. (TS) Doris E. Krudener. 1972. 82 pp.

A1.231 The Air Forec in Space, Fiscal Years 1969-1970. (S) Jacob Neufeld. 1972. 77 pp.

A1.232 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: The Role of Air Power Grows, 1970. (TS) Elizabeth H. Hartsook. 1972. 112 pp.

A1.233 Evolution of Command and Control Doctrine for Close Air Support. (S) Riley Sunderland. 1973. 71 pp.

A1.234 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Tactics and Techniques of Night Operations, 1961-1970. (S) Victor B. Anthony. 1973. 269 pp.

A1.235 Evolution of Command and Control Doctrine for Close Air Support. Riley Sunderland. 1973. 71 pp.

A1.236 Air Power and the Fight for Khe Sanh. Bernard C. Nalty. 1973. 134 pp.

A1.237 United States Air Force History: A Guide to Documentary Sources. Lawrence J. Paszck. comp. 1973. 255 pp.

A1.238 U.S. Air Force Combat Victory Credits, Southeast Asia. Charles A. Ravenstein. 1974. 28 pp.

A1.239 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Development and Employment of Fixed-Wing Gunships, 1962-1971. (S) Jack S. Ballard. 1974. 418 pp.

A1.240 The F-15 Eagle: Origins and Development, 1964-1972. (S) Jacob Neufeld. 1974. 105 pp.

A1.241 Chronology of the Air Force Response to the Mideast Crisis, Oct — Nov 1973. (TS) Roger P. Fox. 1975. 222 pp.

A1.242 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: FAC Operations, 1965-1970. (S) Ralph A. Rowley. 1975. 297 pp.

A1.243 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Tactics and Techniques of Close Air Support Operations, 1961-1973. (S) Ralph A. Rowley. 1976. 211 pp.

A1.244 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Shield for Vietnamization and Withdrawal, 1971. Elizabeth H. Hartsook. 1976. 136 pp.

A1.245 The Army Air Forces in World War II: Combat Chronology, 1941-1945. Kit C. Carter and Robert Mueller. 1976. 991 pp.

A1.246 Aces and Aerial Victories: The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia, 1965-1973. Robert F. Futrell. 1976. 188 pp.

A1.247 The Air Force in Space, 1970-1974. (S) Jacob Neufeld. 1978. 78 pp.

A1.248 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Tactics and Techniques of Electronic Warfare: Electronic Countermeasures in the Air War against North Vietnam, 1956-1973. (S) Bernard C. Nalty. 1977. 200 pp.

A1.249 The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia, 1961-1973—An Illustrated Account. Car! Berger. 1977. 381 pp.

A1.250 Blacks in the Army Air Forces During World War II: The Problem of Race Relations. Alan M. Osur. 1977. 227 pp.

A1.251 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: Air Power Helps Stop the Invasion and End the War, 1972. (TS) Elizabeth H. Hartsook. 1978. 208 pp.

A1.252 The B-57G--Tropic Moon III, 1967-1972. Richard A. Pfau and William H. Greenhalgh. 1978. 127 pp.

A1.253 USAF Credits for the Destruction of Enemy Aircraft, World War II. Wesley P. Newton and Calvin F. Senning. 1978. 685 pp.

A1.254 The Air Force Integrates, 1945-1964. Alan L. Gropman. 1978. 384 pp.

A1.255 Encyclopedia of United States Air Force Aircraft and Missile Systems. Vol 1: Post-World War II Fighters. 1945-1974. Marcelle S. Knaack. 1978. 358 pp.

A1.256 U.S. Air Service in World War I. 4 vols. Maurer Maurer. 1978-1979. Voll — 448 pp. Vol 11 — 460 pp. Vol 111 — 794 pp. Vol IV — 617 pp.

A1.257 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: The RF-101 Voodoo, 1961-1970. (S) William H. Greenhalgh. 1979. 169 pp.

A1.258 An Aerospace Bibliography. Samuel Duncan Miller, comp. 1979. 289 pp.

A1.259 Air Base Defense in the Republic Of Vietnam. Roger P. Fox. 1979. 278 pp.

A1.260 The Air Force in Southeast Asia: The End of the U.S. Involvement, 1973-1975. (TS) Elizabeth H. Hartsook. 1980. 174 pp.

A1.261 Search and Rescue Operations of the United States Air Force in Southeast Asia, 1961-1975. Earl H. Tilford, Jr. 1980. 212 pp.

A1.262 The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia: The Advisory Years to 1965. Robert F. Futrell and Martin Blucmenson. 1981. 398 pp.

A1.263 The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia: Development and Employment of Fixed-Wing Gunships, 1962-1972. Jack S. Ballard. 1982. 326 pp.

A1.264 Operation Ranch Hand: The United States and Herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971. William A. Buckingham. 1982. 253 pp.

A1.265 Air Superiority in World War II and Korea. Richard H. Kohn and Joseph P. Harahan, eds. 1983. 116 pp.

A1.266 The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia: Tactical Airlift. Ray L. Bowers. 1983. 600 pp.

A1.267 Foulois and the U.S. Army Air Corps, 1931-1935. John F. Shiner. 1983. 346 pp.

B. CHECO REPORTS

The following section contains no classified information.

Project CHECO was an Air Force effort to document aerial operations in Southeast Asia, with emphasis on new forces, tactics and techniques, materials, and methods. The project was established by the Air Force Chief of Staff in June 1962, under the command of Headquarters Pacific Forces and the 2nd Air Division; redesignated 7th Air Force in 1966. In all, 223 reports were generated.

B1.1 History of the War in Vietnam, Oct 1961-Dec 1963. 6 parts. (TS) Donald F. Martin. 1964.

Abstract — 4 pp.
Vol I — 85 pp.
Vol II —50 pp.
Vol III — 188 pp.
Vol IV — 51 pp.
Vol V — 105 pp.
Vol VI- 74 pp.

B1.2 Escalation of the War, July-Dec 1964. (TS) Kenneth Sams. 1965. 257 pp.

B1.3 First Test and Combat Use of AC-47. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1965. 12 pp.

B1.4 Nguyen Cao Ky. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1965. 21 pp.

B1.5 The Battle of Binh Gia. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1965. 9 pp.

B1.6 The Siege at Plei Me. (C) Melvin F. Porter. 1966. 13 pp.

B1.7 Silver Bayonet. (C) Melvin F. Porter. 1966. 13 pp.

B1.8 Operation Harvest Moon. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1966. 21 pp.

B1.9 Yankee Team, May 1964-June 1965. (TS) Robert L. MacNaughton. 1966. 76 pp.

B1. 10 Rolling Thunder, Mar-June 1965. (TS) Project CHECO Team. 1966. 83 pp.

B1.11 The Fall of A Shau. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1966. II pp.

B1.12 The Defense of Attopeu. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1966. 15 pp.

B1.13 The Defense of Lima Site 36. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1966. 12 pp.

B1.14 Operation Birmingham. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1966. 26 pp.

B1.15 Attack against Tan Son Nhut. Project CHECO Team. 1966. 19 pp.

BLJ6 USAF Operations from Thailand, 1964-1965. (TS) Robert T. Helmka and Beverly Hale. 1966. 165 pp.

B1.17 Tiger Hound. (TS) Melvin F. Porter. 1966. 54 pp.

B1.18 Operation Hawthorne. (S) Kenneth Sams. 1966. 24 pp.

B1.19 Night Interdiction in Southeast Asia. (TS) Melvin F. Porter. 1966. 49 pp.

BL20 Operation Masher & White Wing. (S) William E. Bates and Kenneth Sams. 1966. 33 pp.

B1.2I Evolution of the Rules of Engagement for Southeast Asia, 1960-1965. (S) L. E. Paterson. 1966. 86 pp.

B1.22 USAF Search and Rescue in Southeast Asia, 1961-1966. (S) B. Conn Anderson. 1966. 107 pp.

B1.23 USAF Reconnaissance in Southeast Asia, 1961-1966. (TS) Mark E. Smith. 1966. 105 pp.

B1.24 Operation Tally Ho. (TS) Warren A. Trcst. 1966. 45 pp.

BL25 Operation El Paso. (C) Warren A. Trest. 1966. 31 pp.

B1.26 Command and Control, 1965. (TS) Kenneth Sams. 1966. 40 pp.

B1.27 The War in Vietnam, 1965. (TS) Wesley R. C. Melyan. 1967. 380 pp.

B1.28 Air Operations in the DMZ Area, 1966. (TS) Gary D. Sheets. 1967. 99 pp.

B1.29 Assault Airlift Operations. (S) B. A. Whitakcr and L. E. Paterson. 1967. 129 pp.

B1.30 Air Tactics Against North Vietnamese Air/Ground Defenses. (TS) Melvin F. Porter. 1967. 67 pp.

B1.31 Control of Air Strikes in SEA, 1961-1966. (TS) Warren A. Trest. 1967. 119 pp.

B1.32 Night Close Air Support in RVN (1961 -1966). (S) Lawrence J. Hickey. 1967. 86 pp.

B1.33 Operation Attleboro. (S) Lawrence J. Hickey and James G. Bruce. 1967. 48 pp.

B1.34 Second Defense of Lima Site 36. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1967. 14 pp.

BUS Operations Thayer/Irving. (S) Lawrence J. Hickey. 1967. 103 pp.

B1.36 Interdiction in Southeast Asia, 1965-1966. (TS) Melvin F. Porter. 1967. 80 pp.

B1.37 Special Air Warfare Operations Lucky Tiger. (TS) Warren A. Trcst. 1967. 112 pp.

B1.38 Lucky Tiger Combat Operations. (TS) Warren A. Trest. 1967. 55 pp.

B1.39 Rolling Thunder, July 1965-Dec 1966. (S) Wesley R. C. Melyan and Lee Bonetti. 1967. 150 pp.

B1.40 Operation Hickory. (TS) Warren A. Trest, et al. 1967. 31 pp.

B1.41 Operation Paul Revere/Sam Houston. (C) Lawrence J. Hickey. 1967, 110 pp.

B1.42 Combat Skyspot. (S) Richard A. Durkee. 1967. 33 pp.

B1.43 USAF Posture in Thailand, 1966. (S) Warren A. Trest, et al. 1967. 57 pp.

B1.44 Arc Light, 1965-1966. (TS) Wesley R. C. Melyan. 1967. 351 pp.

B1.45 Short Rounds. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1967. 58 pp.

B1.46 Herbicide Operations in Southeast Asia, July 1961 June 1967. (S) Charles V. Collins. 1967. 76 pp.

B1.47 The War in Vietnam, 1966. (TS) Wesley R. C. Melyan and Lee Bonetti. 1967. 208 pp.

BJ.48 USAF Operations from Thailand. 1966. (TS) Warren A. Trest and Dale E. Hammons. 1967. 129 pp.

B1.49 Counterinsurgency in Thailand, 1966. (S) Warren A. Trest and Charles E. Gorland. 1967. 70 pp.

B1.50 Operation Junction City. (C) Lawrence J. Hickey. 1967. 47 pp.

BL5I Air to Air Encounters over North Vietnam, Jan-June 1967. (S) Charles H. Heffron, Jr. 1967. 71 pp.

B1.52 Air Operations in the Delta. (S) Robert L. Vining. 1967. 49 pp.

B1.53 Ambush at XT686576. (C) Kenneth Sams and Richard A. Durkee. 1967. 18 pp.

B1.54 Operation Neutralize. (S) Warren A. Trest and Valentino Castellina. 1968. 59 pp.

B1.55 USAF Search and Rescue, July 1966-Nov 1967. (S) Richard A. Durkee. 1968. 32 pp.

B1.56 Arc Light, Jan-June 1967. (TS) Wesley R. C. Melyan. 1968. 137 pp.

B1.57 USAF Civic Action in Republic of Vietnam. (C) Lee Bonetti. 1968. 81 pp.

B1.58 The Pueblo Incident. (TS) Edward C. Burtenshaw, el al 1968. 72 pp.

B1.59 The War in Vietnam, Jan-June 1967. (S) Lee Bonetti. 1968. 129 pp.

B1.60 The Pueblo Incident. (S) Edward C. Burtenshaw. et al 1968. 54 pp.

B1.61 VC Offensive in III Corps, Oct-Dec 1967. (C) C. William Thorndale. 1968. 22 pp.

B1.62 Air War in the DMZ, Jan-Aug 1967. (TS) L. E. Paterson. 1968. 81 pp.

B1.63 Battle for Dak To. (C) C. William Thorndale. 1968. 22 pp.

B1.64 Single Manager for Air in SVN. (S) Warren A. Trest. 1968. 80 pp.

B1.65 Kham Due. A. W. Thompson. 1968. 40 pp.

B1.66 Igloo White. (TS) Jesse C. Gatlin. 1968. 45 pp.

B1.67 Riverine Operations in the Delta. (S) Paul W. Clark. 1968. 68 pp.

B1.68 The Fall of Site 85. (TS) Edward Vallentiny. 1968. 56 pp.

B1.69 Air Response to the Tet Offensive, 30 Jan-29 Feb 1968. (S) A. W. Thompson and C. William Thorndale. 1968. 93 pp.

B1.70 Short Rounds, June 1967-June 1968. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1968. 37 pp.

B1.71 Operation Delaware, 19 Apr-17 May 1968. (S) C. William Thorndale. 1968. 62 pp.

B1.72 Khe Sanh (Operation Niagara). (S) Warren A. Trest. 1968. 132 pp.

B1.73 Psychological Operations by USAF/VNAF in SVN. (S) D. R. Smith. 1968. 67 pp.

B1.74 The EC-47 in Southeast Asia. (S) Alfred F. Hurley. 1968. 61 pp.

B1.75 Visual Reconnaissance in 1 Corps. (S) C. William Thorndale. 1968. 42 pp.

B1.76 Organization, Mission and Growth of the Vietnamese Air Force, 1949-1968. (S) Oakah L. Jones. 1968. 90 pp.

B1.77 Seventh Air Force Tactical Air Control Center Operations. (S) Thomas D. Wade. 1968. 81 pp.

B1.78 College Eye. (TS) Carl W. Reddel. 1968. 84 pp.

B1.79 USAF Operations from Thailand, 1 Jan 1967-1 July 1968. (TS) Edward Vallentiny. 1968. 130 pp.

B1.80 The War in Vietnam, July-Dec 1967. (S) Lee Bonetti, del al. 1968. 148 pp.

B1.81 The USAF Helicopter in Southeast Asia. (TS) Donald W. Nelson. 1968. 68 pp.

B1.82 Truscott White. (S) R. A. MacDonald. 1968. 30 pp.

B1.83 The Defense of Saigon. (S) A. W. Thompson. 1968. 88 pp.

B1.84 Attack on Udorn, 26 July 1968. (S) E. Vallentiny and D. G. Francis. 1968. 51 pp.

B1.85 The ABCCC in SEA. (S) Robert M. Burch. 1969. 39 pp.

B1.86 Operation Thor. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1969. 32 pp.

B1.87 VNAF FAC Operations in SVN. (S) Edward Vallentiny. 1969. 53 pp.

B1.88 FAC Operations in Close Air Support Role in SVN. (S) James B. Overton. 1969. 58 pp.

B1.89 Tactical Electronic Warfare Operations in Southeast Asia, 1962-1968. (S) Robert M. Burch. 1969. 80 pp.

B1.90 Air Traffic Control in SEA. (S) Robert A. MacDonough. 1969. 35 pp.

B1.91 Tactical Recon Photography Request/Distribution. (S) C. William Thorndalc. 1969. 66 pp.

B1.92 Impact of Darkness and Weather on Air Operations in SEA. (S) Philip R. Harrison. 1969. 142 pp.

B1.93 USAF Support of Special Forces in SEA. (S) Kenneth Sams and Bert B. Aton. 1969. 86 pp.

B1.94 Enemy Capture/Release of USAF Personnel in SEA. (S) James B. Overton. 1969. 134 pp.

B1.95 USAF Civic Action in RVN. (C) A. W. Thompson. 1969. 46 pp.

B1.96 Single Manager for Air in SVN. (S) Robert M. Burch. 1969. 66 pp.

B1.97 USAF Civic Action in Thailand. (C) E. H. Ashby and D. G. Francis. 1969. 54 pp.

B1.98 USAF Posture in Thailand, Jan-Dec 1967. (S) Edward Vallentiny. 1969. 64 pp.

B1.99 COIN in Thailand, Jan 1967-Dec 1968. (S) E. H. Ashby and D. G. Francis. 1969. 53 pp.

B1.100 Control of Airstrikes, Jan 1967-Dec 1968. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1969. 52 pp.

B1.101 Interdiction in Route Package One, 1968. (TS) C. William Thorn-dale. 1969. 72 pp.

B1.102 Interdiction in SEASIA, Nov 1966-Oct 1968. (S) C. William Thorn-dale. 1969. 161 pp.

B1.103 Tactical Airlift Operations. (S) David R. Mets. 1969. 149 pp.

B1.104 7AF Local Base Defense Operations, July 1965-Dec 1968. (C) Richard R. Lee. 1969. 76 pp.

B1.105 Air Response to Immediate Air Requests in SVN. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1969. 31 pp.

B1.106 Reconnaissance in Southeast Asia, July 1966- June 1969. (S) Edward P. Brynn. 1969. 62 pp.

BL 107 USAF Search and Rescue, Nov 1967-June 1969. (S) James B. Overton. 1969. 77 pp.

B1.108 Air War in the DMZ, Sep 1967-June 1969. (S) C. William Thorn-dale. 1969. 67 pp.

B1.109 Command and Control, 1966 1968. (S) Robert M. Burch. 1969. 45 pp.

B1.110 III DASC Operations. (S) Louis M. McDermott. 1969. 46 pp.

B1.111 IV DASC Operations, 1965-1969. (S) Philip D. Cainc. 1969. 50 pp.

B1.112 Arc Light, June 1967-Dec 1968. (S) James B. Pralle. 1969. 69 pp.

B1.113 Short Rounds, June 1968-May 1969. (S) J. D. Schlatter. 1969. 50 pp.

B1.114 TACC Fragging Procedures. (S) Russell W. Mank. 1969. 46 pp.

B1.115 Post-Pueblo USAF Actions Korea/Japan, Jan 1968- Jan 1969. (TS) Maurice L. Griffith and Warren A. Trest. 1969. 190 pp.

B1.116 Air-to-Air Encounters over North Vietnam, I July 1967-31 Dec 1968.

B1.117 Air Tactics against NVN Air Ground Defenses, Dec 1966- Nov 1968. (S) John C. Pratt. 1969. 57 pp.

B1.118 The Role of USAF Gunships in SEASIA. (S) Richard F. Kott. 1969. 88 pp.

B1.119 Defense of Da Nang. (S) C. William Thorndale. 1969. 29 pp.

B1.120 Direct Air Support Centers in I Corps, July 1965-June 1969. (S) Kenneth J. Alnwick. 1969. 88 pp.

B1.121 Riverine Operations in the Delta, May 1968-June 1969. (S) Dorrell T. Hanks. 1969. 59 pp.

B1.122 Rules of Engagement, 1 Jan 1966-1 Nov 1969. (S) John Schlighl. 1969. 52 pp.

B1.123 The DASCs in 11 Corps Tactical Zone, July 1965-June 1969. (S) Ernie S. Montagliani and John R. Wohsigl. 1969. 35 pp.

B1.124 Project Red Horse. Derek H. Willard. 1969. 98 pp.

B1.125 OV-10 Operations in SEASIA. Joseph V. Potter. 1969. 26 pp.

B1.126 Rolling Thunder, Jan 1967-Nov 1968. (S) James B. Overton. 1969. 53 pp.

B1.127 The Fourth Offensive. (S) Bert B. Aton and Ernie S. Montagliani. 1969. 89 pp.

B1.128 The Seige of Ben Het. (S) Ernie S. Montagliani. 1969. 39 pp.

B1.129 A Shau Valley Campaign, Dec 1968 May 1969. (S) Bert Aton and C. William Thorndale. 1969.

Vol I — 74 pp.
Vol II — 365 pp.
Vol III — 380 pp.

B1.130 Jet Forward Air Controllers in SEASIA. (S) John Schlight. 1969. 48 pp.

B1.131 Tactical Control Squadron Operations in SEASIA. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1969. 56 pp.

B1.132 Air Support of Counterinsurgency in Laos, July 1968-Nov 1969. (S) Kenneth Sams, et al. 1969. 222 pp.

BL 133 Airmunitions in SEASIA. (S) Ernie S. Montagliani. 1969. 45 pp.

B1.134 USAF SAC Operations in Support of SEASIA. (TS) Warren A. Trest. 1969. 57 pp.

B1.135 Strike Control and Reconnaissance (SCAR) in SEA. (S) A. W. Thompson. 1969. 100 pp.

B1.136 Igloo White, July 1968 Dec 1969. (S) Philip D. Caine. 1970. 62 pp.

B1.137 SEASIA Glossary. (S) Richard F. Kott. 1970. 151 pp.

B1.138 VNAF Improvement and Modernization Program. (S) James T. Bear. 1970. 164 pp.

B1.139 Rescue at Ban Phanop. (S) John Schlight. 1970. 17 pp.

B1.140 Air Support in Quang Ngai Province. (S) David I. Folkman. 1970. 72 pp.

B1.141 The EC-12I Incident, 15 Apr 1969. (S) William C. Barnes. 1970. 37 pp.

B1.142 The Air War in Vietnam, 1968-1969. (S) Kenneth Sams, et al. 1970. 141 pp.

B1.143 Air Operations in Northern Laos, 1 Nov 1969-1 Apr 1970. (S) Kenneth Sams, et al. 1970. 129 pp.

B1.144 Impact of Geography on Air Operations in Southeast Asia. (S) Louis Seig. 1970. 66 pp.

B1.145 Forward Airfields for Tactical Airlift in Southeast Asia. (C) Richard F. Kott, et al. 1970. 74 pp.

B1.146 Army Aviation in RVN: A Case Study. (S) Ernie S. Montagliani. 1970. 81 pp.

B1.147 USAF Aerial Port Operations in RVN. Jack T. Humphries. 1970. 45 pp.

B1.148 The Cambodian Campaign, 29 Apr-30 June 1970. (S) David I. Folk-man, Jr., and Philip D. Caine. 1970. 78 pp.

B1.149 Second Generation Weaponry in Southeast Asia. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1970. 88 pp.

B1.150 The EC-47 in Southeast Asia, Apr 1968-July 1970. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1970. 66 pp.

B1.151 The Royal Laotian Air Force, 1954-1970. (S) John C. Pratt. 1970. 184 pp.

B1.152 USAF Tactics Against Air and Ground Defenses in SEA, Southeast Asia, Nov 1968-May 1970. (S) Monte D. Wright. 1970. 65 pp.

B1.153 The RAAF in Southeast Asia. (S) James T. Bear. 1970. 65 pp.

B1.154 Commando Vault. (C) Melvin F. Porter. 1970. 22 pp.

B1.155 The Employment of Air by the Thais and Koreans in SEA. (C) James T. Bear. 1970. 37 pp.

B1.156 Interdiction of Waterways and POL Pipelines, SEA. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1970. 35 pp.

B1. 157 The Cambodian Campaign, 1 July-31 Oct 1970. (S) J. F. Loye, Jr., and Philip D. Caine. 1970. 62 pp.

B1.158 Air Operations in Northern Laos, 1 Apr-1 Nov 1970. (S) Harry D. Blout. 1970. 63 pp.

B1.159 Interdiction at Ban Bak, 19 Dec 1970-5 Jan 1971. (S) John W. Den-nison. 1971. 23 pp.

B1.160 Short Rounds and Related Incidents, I June 1969-31 Dec 1970. (S) Project CHECO, 7AF. 1971. 61 pp.

B1.161 The Defense of Dak Seang. (S) L. J. Johnson. 1971. 44 pp.

B1.162 Lam Son 719, 30 Jan-21 Mar 1971, The South Vietnamese Incursion into Laos. (S) J. F. Loye, Jr., et al. 1971. 166 pp.

B1.163 USAF Search and Rescue in Southeast Asia, I July 1969-31 Dec 1970. (S) Walter F. Lynch. 1971. 120 pp.

B1.164 Air Operations in Northern Laos, 1 Nov 1970-1 Apr 1971. (S) Harry D. Blout and Melvin F. Porter. 1971. 42 pp.

B1.165 Aerial Refueling in Southeast Asia. (S) George R. Fesslcr, Jr. 1971. 51 pp.

B1.166 USAF Civic Action in the Republic of Vietnam, 1 Jan 1969-31 Mar 1971. W. J. Prout. 1971. 47 pp.

B1.167 COIN in Thailand, Jan 1969-Dec 1970. (S) Don Smith. 1971. 64 pp.

B1.168 Ranch Hand: Herbicide Operations in Southeast Asia (S) James R. Clary. 1971. 121 pp.

B1.169 SEA Glossary, 1961-1971. (S) Eugene J. Alsperger. 1971. 179 pp.

B1.170 The Royal Thai Air Force. (S) Monty D. Coffin and Ronald D. Merrell. 1971. 160 pp.

B1.171 Local Base Defense in RVN. Jan 1969-June 1971. (C) John W. Dennison and Melvin F. Porter. 1971. 72 pp.

B1.172 Aerial Protection of Mekong River Convoys in Cambodia. William A. Mitchell. 1971. 27 pp.

B1.173 Vietnamization of the Air War. 1970 1971. (S) Drue L. DeBerry. 1971. 104 pp.

B1.174 Psychological Operations: Air Support in SEA. June 1968 May 1971. (S) Eldon L. Stevens. 1971. 84 pp.

B1.175 Igloo White, Jan 1970-Sep 1971. (S) Henry S. Shields. 1971. 138 pp.

B1.176 The VNAF Air Divisions Reports on Improvement and Modernization. (S) David H. Roe. el al. 1971. 150 pp.

B1.177 USAF Tactical Reconnaissance in Southeast Asia, July 1969-June 1971. (S) Robert F. Colwell. 1971. 93 pp.

B1.178 Fixed Wing Gunships in SEA, July 1969 -July 1971. (S) James L. Cole, Jr. 1971. 107 pp.

B1.179 Attack on Cam Ranh. (S) Thomas G. Abbey. 1971. 65 pp.

B1.180 SEA Glossary, 1961-1971. Eugene J. Alsperger. 1972. 179 pp.

B1.181 Evasion and Escape, SEA, 1964-1971. (S) Melvin F. Porter. 1972. 66 pp.

B1.182 Tactical Airlift in SEA. (S) Ronald D. Merrell. 1972. 94 pp.

B1.183 Khmer Air Operations, Nov 1970-Nov 1971. (TS) Charles A. Nicholson. 1972. 62 pp.

B1.184 Commando Hunt VI. (S) Bruce P. Layton. 1972. 141 pp.

B1.185 Short Rounds. (C) Frank J. Adamcik. 1972. 37 pp.

B1.186 USAF Control of Airstrikes in Support of Indigenous Lao Ground Forces. (TS) Henry S. Shields. 1972. 161 pp.

B1.187 Proud Deep Alpha. (TS) Melvin F. Porter. 1972. 62 pp.

B1.188 The USAF Response to the Spring 1972 NVN Offensive: Situation and Redeployment. (C) Charles A. Nicholson. 1972. 83 pp.

B1.189 OV-1/AC-119 Hunter-Killer Team. Richard R. Sexton and William M. Hodgson. 1972. 74 pp.

B1.190 Search and Rescue Operations in SEA. I Jan 1971-31 Mar 1972. (S) Leroy W. Lowe. 1972. 88 pp.

B1.191 Kontum: Battle for the Central Highlands, 30 Mar-10 June 1972. Peter A. W. Liebchen. 1972. 118 pp.

B1.192 Pave Mace/Combat Rendezvous. Richard R. Sexton. 1972. 158 pp.

B1.193 Air Defense in Southeast Asia, 1945-1971. Guyman Penix and Paul T. Ringcnbach. 1973. 98 pp.

B1.194 The Battle For An Loc, 5 Apr-26 June 1972. Paul T. Ringenbach and Peter J. Melly. 1973. 97 pp.

B1.195 Pave Aegis Weapon System (AC-130E Gunship). (C) Gerald J. Till and James C. Thomas. 1973. 60 pp.

B1.196 Base Defense in Thailand. (C) Benjamin H. Barnette, Jr., and James R. Barrow. 1973. 91 pp.

B1.197 Rules of Engagement, Nov 1969-Sep 1972. (C) Paul W. Elder and Peter J. Melly. 1973. 66 pp.

B1.198 The 1972 Invasion of Military Region I: Fall of Quang Tri and Defense of Hue. (C) David K. Mann. 1973. 86 pp.

B1.199 Air War in Northern Laos, 1 Apr-30 Nov 1971. (TS) William W. Lofgren, Jr. and Richard R. Sexton. 1973. 113 pp.

B1.200 MAP Aid to Laos, 1959 1972. (S) Peter A. W. Liebchen. 1973. 200 pp.

B1.201 Buffalo Hunter, 1970-1972. (S) Paul W. Elder. 1973. 44 pp.

B1.202 "Ink" Development and Employment. (C) B. H. Barnette, Jr. 1973. 46 pp.

B1.203 Linebacker: Overview of the First 120 Days. (C) M. F. Porter. 1973. 83 pp.

B1.204 Guided Bomb Operations in SEA: The Weather Dimension, 1 Feb-31 Dec 1972. Patrick Breitling. 1973. 47 pp.

B1.205 Airlift to Besieged Areas, 7 Apr-31 Aug 1972. Paul T. Ringenbaeh. 1973. 74 pp.

B1.206 The F-111 in Southeast Asia, Sep 1972-Jan 1973. (S) Hq PACAF/XOAD. 1974. 77 pp.

B1.207 Air Operations in the Khmer Republic. (S) Paul W. Elder. 1974. 86 pp.

B1.208 Combat Snap (AIM-9J Southeast Asia Introduction). (S) John W. Siemann. 1974. 39 pp.

B1.209 The Bolovens Campaign. (C) Donald G. Hukle, et al. 1974. 44 pp.

B1.210 Psychological Operations against North Vietnam, July 1972-Jan 1973. (S) Jack L. Tinius. 1974. 42 pp.

B1.211 USAF Quick Reaction Forces. (S) David K. Mann and Edward P. Brynn. 1974. 46 pp.

B1.212 Vietnamization of the Tactical Air Control System. (S) Joseph G. Meeko, IV. 1974. 107 pp.

B1.213 The Air War in Laos, 1 Jan 1972-22 Feb 1973. (TS) William W. Lofgren, Jr. 1974. 284 pp.

B1.214 Search and Rescue Operations in SEA, 1 Apr 1972- 30 June 1973. David G. Francis and David R. Nelson. 1974. 63 pp.

B1.215 VNAF Improvement and Modernization Program, July 1971-Dec 1973. (TS) Thomas D. DesBrisay. 1975. 222 pp.

B1.216 Drug Abuse in Southeast Asia. Richard B. Garver. 1975. 97 pp.

B1.217 Southeast Asia Tactical Data Systems Interface. (TS) Frank M. Machovec. 1975. 62 pp.

B1.218 An Overview of Insurgency and Counter insurgency in Thailand through 1973—A Background Survey for Perspective and a Guide to the Literature. (C) Edward B. Hanrahan. 1975. 155 pp.

B1.219 Joint Personnel Recovery in Southeast Asia. (S) Edward P. Brynn and Arthur P. Geesey. 1976. 94 pp.

B1.220 Rules of Engagement, Oct 1972-Aug 1973. (TS) William R. Burditt. 1977. 142 pp.

B1.221 Short Rounds, Jan 1972-Aug 1973. (C) William R. Burditt. 1977. 110 pp.

B1.222 Linebacker Operations, Sep-Dec 1972. (S) Calvin R. Johnson. 1978. 106 pp.

B1.223 USSAG/7AF in Thailand (1973-1975): Policy Changes and the Military Role. (S) Claude G. Morita. 1979. 146 pp.

C. AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND (ADCOM) CONTINENTAL AIR DEFENSE COMMAND (CONAD) NORTH AMERICAN AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND (NORAD)

The following section contains no classified information.

Aerospace Defense Command. Air Defense Command established 21 March 1946; activated as a major command 27 March 1946; became an operational command of Continental Air Command I December 1948; discontinued 1 July 1950; reestablished as major command, I January 1951; redesignated Aerospace Defense Command, 15 January 1968; became specified command, I July 1975: inactivated as major USAF command, 31 March 1980 (specified command remained).

Continental Air Defense Command. Established as joint JCS command, 1 September 1954; inactivated 30 June 1975.

North American Aerospace Defense Command. Established as North American Air Defense Command, a binational (U.S. and Canada) command 12 September 1957; redesignated North American Aerospace Defense Command, 23 March 1981.

C1.1 The Air Defense of Atomic Energy Installations, Mar 1946-Dec 1952. Thomas A. Sturm. 1953. 101 pp.

C1.2 The Use of Nuclear Weapons in Air Defense, 1952-1953. (C) Denys Volan. 1953. 11 pp.

C1.3 The Identification Problem in the Air Defense of the United States, 1946-1954. Denys Volan. 1954. 124 pp.

C1.4 Army Antiaircraft in Air Defense, 1946-1954. Robert L. Kelley. 1954. 119 pp.

C1.5 Emergency Air Defense Forces, 1946-1954. Lydus H. Buss. 1954. 152 pp.

Cl.6 The Development of Program Control in Headquarters Air Defense Command. Robert L. Kelley. 1954. 35 pp.

C1.7 All-Weather Interceptor Weapons Training in the Air Defense Command, 1950-1954. Lydus H. Buss. 1954. 94 pp.

C1.8 Electronic Countermeasures in the Air Defense of the United States, 1948-1955. George L. Montagno. 1955. 116 pp.

C1.9 Organization and Responsibility for Air Defense, 1946-1955. Thomas A. Sturm. 1955. 131 pp.

C1.10 Seaward Extension of Radar, 1946-1956. Lydus H. Buss. 1955. 111 pp.

C1.11 A Decade of Continental Air Defense, 1946-1956. (C) Staff. 1956. 66 pp.

C1.12 Aircraft in Air Defense, 1946-1960. (C) Richard F. McMullen. 1960. 122 pp.

C1.13 History of Air Defense Weapons, 1946-1962. (S) Richard F. McMullen. 1962. 439 pp.

C1.14 The Air Defense Command in the Cuban Crisis, Oct-Dec 1962. (S) Staff. 1962. 326 pp.

C1.15 A Chronology of Air Defense, 1914-1961; 1914-1966; 1914-1972. (S) Staff. 1962/1966/1973. 136 pp.

C1.16 Air Defense in Theory and Practice, 1918-1946. Denys Volan. 1963. 25 pp.

C1.17 Interceptor Missiles, 1962-1963. (S) Richard F. McMullen. 1963. 30 pp.

C1.18 Nuclear Armament, Its Acquisition, Control, and Application to Manned Interceptors, 1951-1963. (S) Thomas W. Ray. 1963. 147 pp.

C1.19 Bomarc and Nuclear Armament, 1951-1963. (S) Thomas W. Ray. 1963. 48 pp.

C1.20 Air Defense and National Policy, 1946-1950. Richard F. McMullen. 1964. 67 pp.

C1.21 The Air National Guard Manned Interceptor Force, 1946-1964. (S) Thomas W. Ray. 1964. 87 pp.

C1.22 Air Defense and National Policy. 1951-1957. Richard F. McMullen. 1964. 96 pp.

C1.23 Interceptor Dispersal. 1961-1964. (S) Thomas W. Ray. 1964. 69 pp.

C1.24 Air Defense and National Policy. 1958-1964. Richard F. McMullen. 1964. 90 pp.

C1.25 The Fighter Interceptor Force. 1962-1964. Richard F. McMullen. 1964. 90 pp.

C1.26 The ADC Airborne Early Warning and Control Program. 1946-1964. (C) Thomas W. Ray. 1965. 83 pp.

C1.27 A History of Texas Towers in Air Defense, 1952-1964. Thomas W. Ray. 1965. 32 pp.

C1.28 Interceptor Missiles in Air Defense, 1944-1964. (C) Richard F. McMullen. 1965. 169 pp.

C1.29 A History of the DEW Line, 1946-1964. Thomas W. Ray. 1965. 64 pp.

C1.30 History of BMEWS. 1957-1964. (S) Thomas W. Ray. 1965. 30 pp.

C1.31 The Birth of SAGE. 1951-1958. Richard F. McMullen. 1965. 79 pp.

C1.32 Command and Control Planning. 1958-1965. Richard F. McMullen. 1965. 77 pp.

C1.33 Radar Programs for Air Defense, 1946-1966. (C) Richard F. McMullen. 1966. 287 pp.

C1.34 The History of the Ground Observer Corps. Denys Volan. 1968. 258 pp.

C1.35 History of College Eye, 1965-1969. (S) G. C. Jarrett. 1969. 203 pp.

C1.36 The Air National Guard in Air Defense, 1946-1971. (S) Richard F. McMullen. 1971. 119 pp.

C1.37 The Aerospace Defense Command and Antibomber Defense, 1946-1972. (S) Richard F. McMullen. 1973. 222 pp.

C1.38 An Overview of ADC Weapons, 1946-1972. Richard F. McMullen. 1973. 129 pp.

C1.39 A Handbook of Aerospace Defense Command Organization, 1946-1980. Lloyd H. Cornett. Jr., and Mildred Johnson. 1973 (updated and reprinted 1980). 179 pp.

C1.40 Statistical Data Book (S) Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr., Mildred Wiley, and John W. Dennison. 1973.

Vol I, Budget, Personnel, and Air Bases, 1946-1973;
Vol II, Aircraft and Missiles, 1946-1973 (S); 159 pp
Vol III, Radar, 1946-1973; 157 pp

NORTH AMERICAN AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND/CONTINENTAL AIR DEFENSE COMMAND

C2.1 U.S. Air Defense in the Northeast, 1940-1957. Lydus H. Buss. 1957. 37 pp.

C2.2 Air Defense of Alaska, 1940-1957. (S) Thomas A. Sturm. 1957. 97 pp.

C2.3 Fifteen Years of Air Defense, 1946-1961. Lydus H. Buss. I960. 99 pp.

C2.4 Efforts Toward U.S.-Mexican Air Defense Arrangements. (S) Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1961 (updated to 1965). 67 pp.

C2.5 Fifteen Years of Air Defense, 1946-1961. Lydus H. Buss. (Update of C2.3). 1962. 103 pp.

C2.6 NORAD's Quest for Nike Zeus and a Long-Range Interceptor. (S) Staff. 1962. 36 pp.

C2.7 ECCM (Electronic Counter-Countenncasurcs) in NORAD. (C) Thomas Wallnutt. 1963. 41 pp.

C2.8 [Available only at USAFHRC] NORAD/CONAD Participation in the Cuban Crisis. (TS) Lydus H. Buss. 1963. 63 pp.

C2.9 Seventeen Years of Air Defense. 1946-1963. (S) Lydus H. Buss. 1963. 102 pp.

C2.10 Nineteen Years of Air Defense, 1946-1965. (S) Lydus H. Buss. 1965. 83 pp.

C2.11 NORAD's Underground Combat Operations Center, 1956-1966. (C) David W. Shircliffe. 1966. 68 pp.

C2.12 Historical Review of North American Aerospace Defense, 1946-1970. (S) Lydus H. Buss. 1970. 71 pp.

D. AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS COMMAND (AFCC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Constituted as Army Airways Communications System Wing, 13 April 1943; activated as part of Flight Control Command, 26 April 1943; reassigned directly to Army Air Forces, 14 July 1943; redesignated Army Airways Communications System, 16 April 1944; redesignated Air Communications Service and reassigned to Air Transport Command, 13 March 1946; redesignated Airways and Air Communications Service, 11 September 1946; reassigned to Military Air Transport Service, 1 June 1948; relieved from assignment to Military Air Transport Service, elevated to a major command, and redesignated Air Force Communications Service, I July 1961; redesignated Air Force Communications Command, 15 November 1979,

Subordinate Units:

Pacific Communications Division. Originated as an "Airways Radio Net," an organization of no definite form, established in 1938 as part of the 19th Composite Wing; Air Corps Detachment, Communications, activated I January 1941 absorbed the radio net; assigned to the Army Airways Communications System, June 1941; redesignated 7th Air Corps Squadron, Communications, 5 December 1941; became part of the 7th Army Airways Communications Region, activated 19 February 1942; Region became part of Pacific Airways Communications Area, activated 15 March 1943; Area disbanded and replaced by 7th AACS Wing, constituted and activated 15 May 1944; redesignated 1808th AACS Wing, 1 October 1948; redesignated Pacific AACS Area, 1 November 1957; redesignated Pacific Communications Area, 1 July 1961; redesignated HQ Pacific Communications Division, 1 June 1981.

D1.1 Development of Ground Controlled Approach and Its Utilization by the U.S. Air Force, 1942-1947. Louis B. Jones. 1948. 34 pp.

D1.2 History of AFCS/GEEIA Consolidation, 1969-1970. Robert J. Smith. 1971. 186 pp.

D1.3 Chronology of Air Force Communications Service Supporting During Middle East Crisis, Oct-Nov 1973. (S) Roland W. Doty, Jr. 1973. 20 pp.

PACIFIC COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION

D2.1 Pacific Communications Area's Support to Secretary of Defense Visit to the People's Republic of China, 26 Dec 1979-15 Jan 1980. Joseph I. Muratshuci. 1980. 40 pp.

E. AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND (AFLC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Property, Maintenance and Cost Compilation activity established 14 July 1921; re-designated Field Services Section, 26 January 1924, Materiel Division, 15 Oct 1926, Air Service Command, 17 October 1941, Materiel Center, 16 March 1942. AAF Materiel Command absorbed Materiel Center, 1 April 1943. Air Service Command and AAF Materiel Command combined to form AAF Air Technical Service Command. 31 August 1944; redesignated Air Technical Service Command, 1 July 1945, Air Materiel Command, 9 March 1946, Air Force Logistics Command, I April 1961.

Subordinate Units:

Aerospace Guidance and Metrology Center. Health Maintenance Annex established 1 February 1959; redesignated 2802d lnertial Guidance and Calibration Group, 11 June 1962, Aerospace Guidance and Metrology Center, 8 November 1968.

Air Logistics Centers and Materiel Areas:

Ogden Air Logistics Center. Ogden Air Depot established 12 January 1939; redesignated Ogden Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944, Ogden Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946, Ogden Air Logistics Center, 1 April 1974.

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center. Midwest Air Depot established 21 May 1941; redesignated Oklahoma City Air Depot, 1 March 1942, Oklahoma City Air Depot Control Area Command, 20 January 1943, Oklahoma City Air Service Command, 22 May 1943, Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944, Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, 1 April 1974.

Sacramento Air Logistics Center. Rockwell Air Depot established 4 November 1912; redesignated Sacramento Air Depot, 1 February 1937, Sacramento Air Depot Control Area Command, 1 Febraury 1943, Sacramento Air Service Command, 17 May 1943, Sacramento Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944. Sacramento Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946, Sacramento Air Logistics Center, 1 April 1974.

San Antonio Air Logistics Center. Aviation Section Signal Corps Depot established July 1914; redesignated Aviation General Supply Depot, October 1917. San Antonio Air Intermediate Depot, March 1921, San Antonio Air Depot. 22 June 1927, San Antonio Air Depot Control Area Command. 1 February 1943, San Antonio Air Service Command, 17 May 1943, San Antonio Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944, San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946.

Warner Robins Air Logistics Center. Southeast Air Depot established 9 November 1941; redesignated Wellston Air Depot, 14 March 1942, Warner Robins Army Air Depot, 14 October 1942, Warner Robins Air Depot Control Area Command, 1 February 1943, Warner Robins Air Service Command, 22 May 1943, Warner Robins Air Technical Service Command, 16 November 1944, Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, 1 April 1974.

Middletown Air Materiel Area. Aviation General Supply Depot established 15 May 1917; redesignated Middletown Air Intermediate Depot, 14 January 1921. Middletown Air Depot, 22 June 1927, Middletown Air Depot Control Area Command, 1 February 1943, Middletown Air Service Command, 22 May 1943, Middletown Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944, Middletown Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946; inactivated September 1967.

Mobile Air Materiel Area. Southeast Air Depot established 27 July 1939; redesignated Mobile Air Depot, 16 July 1941, Mobile Air Depot Control Area Command, 1 February 1943, Mobile Air Service Command, 22 May 1943, Mobile Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944. Mobile Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946; inactivated July 1969.

Rome Air Materiel Area. Rome Air Depot established 1 February 1942; redesignated Rome Air Depot Control Area Command, 1 February 1943, Rome Air Service Command, 17 May 1943, Mobile Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944, Rome Air Materiel Area, 9 March 1946; discontinued 25 June 1947; reestablished 9 November 1958; inactivated June 1967.

San Bernardino Air Materiel Area. San Bernardino Air Depot established 17 November 1941; redesignated San Bernardino Air Depot Control Area Command, 1 February 1943, San Bernardino Air Service Command, 27 May 1943, San Bernardino Air Technical Service Command, 14 November 1944, San Bernardino Air Materiel Area, 2 July 1946; inactivated 1 July 1966.

Air Materiel Force, European Area, Transferred from USAFE, 1 January 1956.

Ground Electronics Engineering Installation Agency. Activated 15 June 1958.

Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center. 4105th AAF Base Unit (Aircraft Storage) established 21 October 1946; redesignated 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, 28 August 1948, 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, 5 October 1949, Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, 1 June 1956. 2704th Air Force Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group. 1 August 1959, Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center, I February 1965.

2709th AF Vehicle Control Group. Activated 1 May 1960.

2750th Air Base Wing. 4000th Army Air Forces Base Unit (Command) established April 1944; redesignated 4000th Army Air Forces Base Unit (Air Base), 21 February 1945, 4000th Air Force Base Unit. 1947, HQ and HQ Squadron 2750th Air Force Base. 28 August 1948. HQ and HQ Squadron 2750th Air Base Wing, 5 October 1949, 2750th Air Base Wing, 21 May 1951.

E1.1 History of Basic Refractories, Inc., May 1941-Sep 1943. Staff. 1943. 104 pp.

E1.2 History of Diamond Magnesium Company, May 1941 May 1943. Staff. 1943. 47 pp.

E1.3 History of the Dow Chemical Company, Jan 1941-May 1943. Staff. 1943. 62 pp.

E1.4 History of the Expansion of Facilities for Mathieson Alkali Works, Apr 1941-Nov 1943. Staff. 1943. 77 pp.

E1.5 History of the Expansion of Facilities for the Production of Magnesium Metal, Feb 1941-Dec 1943. Staff. 1943. 73 pp.

E1.6 History of International Minerals and Chemical Corporation, May 1941-Nov 1943. Staff. 1943. 77 pp.

E1.7 History of Permanente Project, San Jose, California, Mar 1941-Sep 1943. Staff. 1943. 38 pp.

E1.8 A-24, June 1940-June 1944. Katie Woods, Nancy Poage, and Margaret Scriven. 1944. 26 pp.

E1.9 A-25. Nov 1940-Apr 1944. Mary Self and Margaret Scriven. 1944. 19 pp.

E1.10 V-72, A-31, A-35, July 1940-Sep 1944. Mary Self and C. Gilbert. 1944. 47 pp.

E1.11 B-26, Mar 1939-May 1944. Anne Fox and Eugene Porter. 1944. 51 pp.

E1.12 XB-40, June 1941-June 1944. Staff. 1944. 19 pp.

E1.13 XB-41, Sep 1941-Mar 1944. Staff. 1944. 15 pp.

E1.14 C-76, July 1941-Oct 1943. C. C. Blackmore and Barbara Horner. 1944. 29 pp.

E1.15 C-93. July 1941-Aug 1944. Barbara Horner. 1944. 18 pp.

E1.16 XP-49, Feb 1939-Feb 1944. Jean Condon. 1944. 18 pp.

E1.17 XP-54, Dec 1939 Oct 1944. Kay Matson, Amy C. Fcnwick, and C. Gilbert. 1944. 22 pp.

E1. 18 XP-60, 1940-1944. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1944. 23 pp.

E1.19 XP-62, Jan 1941-Aug 1944. Eugene Porter and C. Gilbert. 1944. 18 pp.

E1.20 XP-71, Oct 1940-Oct 1944. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1944. 23 pp.

E1.21 XP-75, P-75, Sep 1942-Nov 1944. Amy C. Fenwick. 1944. 47 pp.

E1.22 XP-77, 1941-1944. Kay Matson, C. Gilbert, and Amy C. Fenwick. 1944. 20 pp.

E1.23 Liaison Aircraft Program, May 1939-July 1944. Beatrice Ackerman, Margaret C. Bagwell, and Irving B. Holley. 1944. 57 pp.

E1.24 XBT-12, BT-12, Oct 1938-Dec 1944. Beatrice Ackerman, et al. 1944. 20 pp.

E1.25 Link Trainers, Apr 1934-Jan 1944. Staff. 1944. 166 pp.

E1.26 Controlled Missiles - Aircraft - Part I: GMA-1, Aug 1930-Jan 1944. Virginia Baird and Margaret Scriven. 1944. 22 pp.

E1.27 Controlled Missiles - Glide Bombs - Part I: GB-1, Feb 1941-Sep 1944. Nancy Poage. 1944. 30 pp.

E1.28 Controlled Missiles - Glide Bombs - Part III: 36-42-51, Apr 1942-June 1944. Staff. 1944. 23 pp.

E1.29 AGL-2, A Proposed Radar Controlled Gun Laying System, July 1941-June 1944. Virginia Baird and Margaret Scriven. 1944. 15 pp.

E1.30 XH-2470 Engine, Nov 1937-Aug 1944. Kay Matson and Virginia G. Toole. 1944. 18 pp.

E1.31 Chrysler XIV-2220 Engine, June 1940-July 1944. Margaret Scriven. 1944. 14 pp.

E1.32 Whittle Engine, July 1941-June 1944. Staff. 1944. 36 pp.

E1.33 History of the Airborne Oxygen Generator, Jan 1941 -July 1944. Staff. 1944. 24 pp.

E1.34 History of the Bendix Products Division (Struts), Sep 1940 -Oct 1944. Leslie Stratton and Virginia Baird. 1944. 19 pp.

E1.35 History of Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co. (Struts), Oct 1940-Feb 1944. Mary Self and Margaret Scriven. 1944. 37 pp.

E1.36 History of Hard Aluminum Alloy Propeller Blades, July 1939-May 1944. Margaret C. Bagwell and Amy C. Fenwick. 1944. 26 pp.

E1.37 History of Oleo Struts, June 1937-Oct 1944. Louis Baer. 1944. 16 pp.

E1.38 History of Droppable Fuel Tanks, Feb 1939-July 1943. Amy C. Fenwick, et al. 1944. 32 pp.

E1.39 History of Aluminum Extrusion Shortage, Apr 1939- Jan 1944. Virginia Baird. 1944. 10 pp.

E1.40 History of the Conversion of Aluminum Extruded Shapes to Rolled Formed Section, July 1941-Jan 1944. Virginia Baird. 1944. 18 pp.

E1.41 History of Fighter Airplane Range Extension Program, Feb 1942-Apr 1944. Nancy Poage, Barbara Horner, and Eugene Porter. 1944. 52 pp.

E1.42 History of Aircraft Hardware Warehousing, Oct 1942-July 1944. Kay Matson. 1944. 23 pp.

E1.43 History of Steel Warehousing Program, Oct 1941-Dec 1944. Kay Matson. 1944. 30 pp.

E1.44 Procurement and Training of Air Service Command Civilian Personnel Part I; 1939-1941. Imogene Walker. 1944. 85 pp.

E1.45 History of the Control Function in the Air Service Command, 1942-1944. Duane Smith. 1944. 145 pp.

E1.46 History of Materials Laboratory, 1940-1944. Frank Ackerman, Edward Purtee, and Lucien Roberts. 1944. 137 pp.

E1.47 Light Metals and Other Critical Aircraft Materials, 1933-1944. Lucien Roberts. 1944. 549 pp.

E1.48 A-26, Nov 1940-Oct 1945. Staff. 1945. 33 pp.

E1.49 XA-41, Apr 1942-Sep 1945. Staff. 1945. 15 pp.

E1.50 XB-33, B-33, Oct 1940-Nov 1943. H. W. Case. 1945. 35 pp.

E1.51 C-46, Jan 1940-Aug 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell, et al. 1945. 85 pp.

E1.52 C-62, Aug 1941-Jan 1944. Francis M. Cody and Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 20 pp.

E1.53 XP-58, Feb 1939-Nov 1944. Staff 1945. 17 pp.

E1.54 F-7. Feb 1943-July 1945. Staff. 1945. 19 pp.

E1.55 AT-21. Feb 1941-July 1945. Beatrice Ackerman, et al. 1945. 71 pp.

E1.56 Aircraft Rockets, Apr 1942-Dec 1945. Staff. 1945. 60 pp.

E1.57 Fighter Bomb Racks and Shackles. Jan 1942-Sep 1945. Staff. 1945. 30 pp.

E1.58 Fragmentation Bomb Racks, Sep 1939-Nov 1945. Staff. 1945. 33 pp.

E1.59 Controlled Missiles - Vertical Bombs - Part I: Azon, Nov 1941 May 1945. Staff. 1945. 49 pp.

E1.60 Controlled Missiles - Vertical Bombs - Part II: Razon, Mar 1943-May 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 26 pp.

E1.61 Controlled Missiles - Vertical Bombs - Part III: Felix, May 1943-Oct 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 44 pp.

E1.62 Controlled Missiles - Vertical Bombs - Part IV: Roc, May 1943-Dec 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 22 pp.

E1.63 Controlled Missiles - Aircraft - Part II: Castor and Weary Willie, Jan 1944-June 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 39 pp.

E1.64 Controlled Missiles - Glide Bombs - Part II: Hydrobomb, Apr 1941 -Apr 1945. Amy C. Fenwick. 1945. 35 pp.

E1.65 AN/APQ-7 Eagle, Sep 1942-Nov 1945. Staff. 1945. 36 pp.

E1.66 Fighter Gunsights, July 1931-Sep 1945. Staff. 1945. 45 pp.

E1.67 H2X Radar Equipment, Feb 1943-Nov 1945. Staff. 1945. 39 pp.

E1.68 Norden Bombsight and C-1 Automatic Pilot, Mar 1933- Dec 1944. Esther Parr and Nancy Poagc. 1945. 72 pp.

E1.69 S-1 Bombsight and A-5 Automatic Pilot. Jan 1936 May 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 60 pp.

E1.70 Sperry Central Fire Control System, Mar 1940-Feb 1944. Virginia Baird and Margaret Scriven. 1945, 28 pp.

E1.71 IV-1430 (Continenial) Engine, Oct 1932-Mar 1945. Staff. 1945. 23 pp.

E1.72 R-2160 Engine, Apr 1939-June 1945. Staff. 1945. 15 pp.

E1.73 R-2600 Engine, Oct 1936-Jan 1945. Esther Parr. 1945. 43 pp.

E1.74 R-2600 Engine: Lackland Investigation, Apr 1943-Sep 1944. Esther Parr. 1945. 23 pp.

E1.75 R-3350 Engine, Nov 1935-July 1944. C. C. Blackmore, Eugene Porter, and Margaret Scriven. 1945. 27 pp.

E1.76 V-1650 Engine, Feb 1939-Aug 1945. Staff. 1945. 61 pp.

E1.77 History of Aircraft Fire Extinguisher System, Sep 1931-June 1945. Staff. 1945. 31 pp.

E1.78 History of the Brodie Launching and Landing Device, Oct 1943-Sep 1945. Staff. 1945. 27 pp.

E1.79 History of Buda Chore Boy, Jan 1943-Sep 1944. Staff. 1945. 19 pp.

E1.80 History of Emergency Kits: Fishing, Apr 1942-Nov 1944. Frank Ackerman. 1945. 17 pp.

E1.81 Jahn Parachute, Nov 1918-Feb 1945. Staff. 1945. 16 pp.

E1.82 History of K-22 Camera Project, May 1941-May 1945. (C) Staff. 1945. 31 pp.

E1.83 History of Night Glasses, May 1941-June 1944. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 25 pp.

E1.84 History of Night Photography, Part I: Photoflash Bomb; Part II: Electric Flash Photography, Apr 1926-Oct 1945. Staff. 1945. 41 pp.

E1.85 History of Pressurized Ignition Harness, Jan 1937- Mar 1944. Virginia Baird and C. Gilbert. 1945. 35 pp.

E1.86 History of Quick Release Parachutes, Mar 1931-May 1945. Staff. 1945. 52 pp.

E1.87 History of Radar Recording Camera, Sep 1943-Sep 1945. Staff. 1945. 27 pp.

E1.88 History of Sheep Shearling, Apr 1939-July 1945. Nancy Poage, Anne Fox, and Mary L. McMurtrie. 1945. 74 pp.

E1.89 History of Spark Plugs, Dec 1938-July 1945. Staff. 1945. 43 pp.

E1.90 History of T-5 Mapping Camera. Feb 1939-Dec 1944. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 30 pp.

E1.91 History of the Elastic Stop Nut Corporation of America, Mar 1941-Sep 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1945. 25 pp.

E1.92 History of Higgins Aircraft, Inc., Oct 1942-JuIy 1945. Antonio DiNardo, Nancy Poage, and Margaret Scriven. 1945. 45 pp.

E1.93 History of Hydraulic Oil Development. Apr 1931- July 1945. Staff. 1945. 32 pp.

E1.94 History of Portable Oil Clarifiers, June 1941 -June 1945. Staff. 1945. 46 pp.

E1.95 History of Triptane: 2. 2. 3 - Trimethylbutane, Feb 1940 Apr 1945. Staff. 1945. 18 pp.

E1.96 History of Xylidine, Dec 1942-Mar 1945. Staff. 1945. 28 pp.

E1.97 History of Materials Redistribution, July 1942-Oct 1944. Anne Fox. 1945. 41 pp.

E1.98 B-29, 1939-1944. Irving B. Holley. 1945. 52 pp.

E1.99 Development of Bombing Equipment in the Army Air Forces, 1915-1945. Virginia G. Toole. 1945. 147 pp.

E1.100 History of the Supply and Maintenance of AAF Aircraft Casings and Tubes, 1942-1945. Duane Smith and Wilbur Clemmer. 1945. 75 pp.

E1.101 Procurement and Training of Air Service Command Civilian Personnel: Part II, 1942. Imogene Walker. 1945. 134 pp.

E1.102 Procurement and Training of Air Service Command Civilian Personnel: Part III, 1943-1944. Imogene Walker. 1945. 235 pp.

E1.103 Development of AAF Clothing and Other Personal Equipment Peculiar to Air Operations, 1942-1944. Edward Purtee. 1945. Vol I — 72 pp. Vol II — 29 pp. Vol III — 51 pp.

E1.104 The Expansion of Industrial Facilities under the Army Air Forces' Auspices, 1940-1945. Robert R. Russel. 1945. 268 pp.

E1.105 Development of Gliders in the Army Air Forces, 1941-1944. Paul M. Davis. 1945. 225 pp.

E1.106 Development of Aircraft Gun Turrets in the Army Air Forces, 1918-1944. Irving B. Holley. 1945. 291 pp.

E1.107 History of AAF Activities During World War II in the Field of Industrial Manpower, 1941-1945. Staff. 1945. 275 pp.

E1.108 Puddle Jumpers--The Evolution of Liaison Aircraft, 1918-1944. Irving B. Holley. 1945. 135 pp.

E1.109 The Maintenance of Army Aircraft in the United States, 1921-1939. Robert W. Ackerman. 1945. 67 pp.

E1.110 Supply of AAF Organizational Equipment to the Army Air Forces, 1941-945. Edwin H. Spengler. 1945. 88 pp.

E1.111 History of the Army Aircraft Repair Ship Project, Nov 1943-Sep 1944. Roger McDonough. J945. 82 pp.

E1.112 Estimating Requirements for AAF Equipment, Supplies, and Spare Parts: Part I, AAF Equipment and Miscellaneous Supplies, 1940- 1945. Edwin H. Spengler. 1945. 163 pp.

E1.113 The Evolution of the Storage System of the Air Technical Service Command: Part I, 1918-1940. Dorothy Bruce. 1945. 377 pp.

E1.114 Supplying Air Forces of United Nations, Mar 1941- Nov 1944. John Gersting. 1945. 201 pp.

E1.115 The Disposal of Surplus Army Air Forces Property, 1944-1945. Staff. 1945.

E1.116 Development of Survival and Rescue Equipment for the Army Air Forces, 1942-1945. Raymond Snodgrass. 1945. 193 pp.

E1.117 History of Technical Publishing by Air Technical Service Command, 1923-1944. Keach Johnson. 1945. 219 pp.

E1.118 History of McCook and Wright Field. Staff. 1945. 7 pp.

E1.119 XB-35, Nov 1941-July 1946. Kay Matson and Eugene Porter. 1946. 30 pp.

E1.120 C-69, May 1941-Feb 1946. Staff. 1946. 28 pp.

E1.121 XP-56, July 1939-Jan 1946. Staff. 1946. 26 pp.

E1. 122 XP-67, May 1940-Jan 1946. Staff. 1946. 25 pp.

E1.123 Hughes D-2, D-5. F-11: Dec 1939-Aug 1946. Wolfe, et al 1946. 74 pp.

E1.124 XF-12, Jan 1943-Jan 1946. Staff. 1946. 34 pp.

E1.125 Radar Gunsights, Feb 1943-Feb 1946. Staff. 1946. 30 pp.

E1.126 Radar Range Finders, June 1942-Apr 1946. Staff. 1946. 36 pp.

E1.127 XJ30-WE, XJ32-WE and XJ34-WE (XJ9B, XI9XB, X9.5 and X24C Series) Turbo-jet Engines, Mar 1943-July 1946. Staff. 1946. 33 pp.

E1.128 The L-1000 (XJ37-1) Jet Propulsion Engine, Mar 1942-May 1946. Staff. 1946. 13 pp.

E1.129 XJ41-V-1, XJ41-V-3, XJ49-V-1 (PT-4000-3, PT-4000-5, PT-205) Turbo-Jet Engines, Apr 1944-May 1946. Staff. 1946. 13 pp.

E1.130 History of Assisted Take-Off Devices System, Dec 1922-Feb 1946. Staff. 1946. 55 pp.

E1.131 History of Color Photography, Aug 1932-Mar 1946. Staff. 1946. 23 pp.

E1.132 History of Toss Bombing, Oct 1942-Feb 1946. Staff. 1946. 44 pp.

E1.133 History of China Aircraft Corp., Apr 1943-May 1946. Staff. 1946. 25 pp.

E1.134 History of Tetraethyl Lead, Sep 1941-Apr 1945. Staff. 1946. 20 pp.

E1.135 History of the AAF Discharge Emblem, Apr 1945-Mar 1946. Staff. 1946. 19 pp.

E1.136 History of Beryllium, Apr 1930-Aug 1945. Staff. 1946. 30 pp.

E1.137 History of Bulova Fuel Injection Program, Sep 1943- Oct 1946. Staff. 60 pp.

E1.138 History of Fuel Injection Development Program, July 1928-July 1946. Staff. 1946. 60 pp.

E1.139 History of Spitfire Airplane Range Extension, Jan- Sep 1944. Staff. 1946. 16 pp.

E1.140 History of IFF Radar Equipment, Sep 1940-Mar 1946. Staff. 1946. 42 pp.

E1. 141 History of the Supply, Maintenance, and Training for the B--29, 1939-1945. Roger McDonough. 1946. 111 pp.

E1.142 The Development of Light and Medium Bombers, 1918-1946. Edward Purtee. 1946. 127 pp.

E1.143 History of AAF Technological Participation in Operation Crossroads, 1946. Franklin Walker. 1946. 162 pp.

E1.144 History of the Acquisition of Facilities for the Air Service Command, 1939-1944. Edwin H. Spengler. 1946. 162 pp.

E1.145 The AAF Helicopter Program, 1938-1946. Raymond Snodgrass. 1946. 103 pp.

E1.146 Development and Adaptation of Aircraft Instruments for Military Use, 1917-1945. Edward Purtee. 1946. 188 pp.

E1.147 The Maintenance of Army Aircraft in the United States, 1939-1945. Robert W. Ackerman. 1946. 140 pp.

E1.148 The Development of AAF Maintenance and Servicing Equipment for Theaters of Operations, 1941 -1945. Wilbur Clemmer. 1946. 95 pp.

E1.149 The Development of Guided Missiles, 1940-1945. Mary Self. 1946. 112 pp.

E1.150 History of the Supply and Maintenance of Air Force Radio and Radar, and of the Training of Signal Personnel by the Air Service Command, 1940-1 Sep 1944. Robert W. Ackerman. 1946. 121 pp.

E1.151 Reconnaissance Aircraft and Aerial Photographic Equipment, 1915-1945. Mary Self. 1946. 191 pp.

E1.152 Estimating Requirements for AAF Equipment Supplies and Spare Parts: Part II, Aircraft Spares, Components, and Parts, 1930-1945. Edwin H. Spengler. 1946. 176 pp.

E1.153 The Evolution of the Storage System of the Air Technical Service Command: Part II, 1941-1945. Dorothy Bruce. 1946. 377 pp.

E1.154 AAF Supply of the Overseas Air Force, 1942-1945. Imogene Walker. 1946. 272 pp.

E1.155 The Organization and Training of Tactical Service Units for Overseas Air Forces: Part I, 1935-1942; Part II, 1942-1945. John Coleman. 1946. Part I — 172 pp. Part II — 293 pp.

E1.156 The Modification and Development of Training Aircraft for AAF Use, 1918-1945. Edward Purtee. 1946. 93 pp.

E1.157 Development of Transport Airplanes and Air Transport Equipment, 1917-1945. Genevive Brown. 1946. 248 pp.

E1.158 History of the Operation of the Unsatisfactory Report System in the Army Air Forces, 1939-1945. Reach Johnson, 1946. 288 pp.

E1.159 XP-59, XP-59A, YP-59A, P-59A, P-59B, and XP-59B, Sep 1940-May 1946. Edna Jensen. 1947. 62 pp.

E1.160 Turbo-Jet Engine: The Halford DeHavilland H-1, Sep 1941-Feb 1947. Mary Self and C. Gilbert. 1947. 28 pp.

E1.161 J33 (I-40) Series Turbo-Jet Engines, Oct 1942-May 1946. Amy C. Fenwick and Wilbur Clemmer, 1947. 62 pp.

E1.162 J35 (TG-180) Series Turbo-Jet Engines, Oct 1942- May 1946. Amy C. Fenwick. 1947. 79 pp.

E1.163 History of Airborne Odograph, Sep 1942-Nov 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell and C. Gilbert. 1947. 32 pp.

E1.164 History of Camouflage Paint, Nov 1917-Oct 1945. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1947. 46 pp.

E1.165 History of Solar Stills, Jan 1943-Sep 1946. Leslie Stratton, Barbara Horner, and Irving S. Holley. 1947. 60 pp.

E1.166 History of Boeing Aircraft Co.: Renton, Washington, Aug 1942-Sep 1946. Staff. 1947. 44 pp.

E1.167 History of Boeing Aircraft Co.: Seattle, Washington, June 1935-Oct 1946. Staff. 1947. 80 pp.

E1.168 History of Jack and Heintz Inc., Mar 1941 -July 1946. Staff. 1947. 46 pp.

E1.169 History of Airborne Radar Antenna, Sep 1942-Aug 1946. Staff. 1947. 34 pp.

E1. 170 History of AAF Navigational Aids (Ground Controlled Approach): XT-1, Mark I GCA, AN/MPN-1 Series, Jan 1943-Jan 1947. Florence Meyer. 1947. 113 pp.

E1.171 The AAF Glider Program, Nov 1944-Jan 1947. Raymond Snodgrass. 1947. 138 pp.

E1. 172 The Modification of Aircraft: Procedures, Policies, and Problems, 1941-1945. Virginia G. Toole. 1947. 129 pp.

E1. 173 Development of Training Equipment for the Army Air Forces, 1939-1947. Mary Self. 1947. 130 pp.

E1.174 XA-42, XB-42, XB-42A, May 1943-Aug 1947. Raymond Snodgrass. 1948. 26 pp.

E1.175 XB-43, June 1943-May 1948. Amy C. Fenwick. 1948. 79 pp.

E1.176 XP-75, P-75, 1944-1947. (Supplement). Amy C. Fenwick. 1948. 47 pp.

E1.177 XP-80, XP-80A, YP-80A, P-80A-1, P-80A-5, P-80B-1, P-80B-5, P-80N, and P-80R, June 1943-July 1947. Edna Jensen. 1948. 126 pp.

E1.178 History of Assisted Take-Off Devices (Supplement), Jan 1946-Scp 1948. Ethel M. DeHaven. 1948. 73 pp.

E1.179 History of the Emerson Electric Manufacturing Co., Mar 1941-Aug 1947. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1948. 59 pp.

E1. 180 History of the Ford Engine Plant at River Rouge, Aug 1940-Feb 1948. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1948. 115 pp.

E1.181 The Allocation and Control of Aircraft Production Materials, 1939-1945. Wilbur Clemmer. 1948. 124 pp.

E1.182 History of AAF Participation in Project Paperclip: Exploitation of German Scientists, May 1945-Mar 1947. Edna Jensen. 1948. 55 pp.

E1. 183 History of AAF Participation in Project Paperclip: Exploitation of German Scientists, Sep 1946 Apr 1948. Edna Jensen. 1948. 150 pp.

E1.184 Inspection of AAF Materiel, 1890-1939. Edward Purtee. 1948. 68 pp.

E1.185 History of Air Materiel Command Intelligence: T-2, July 1945-June 1947. Doris Canham. 1948. 94 pp.

E1.186 The Development and Procurement of Parachutes for the Army Air Forces. 1920-1947. Virginia G. Toole. 1948. 73 pp.

E1.187 History of the Army Air Service, 1907-1926. Edward Purtee. 1948. 160 pp.

E1.188 B-36, Apr 1941-May 1948. Staff. 1949. 266 pp.

E1. 190 XF-92, 1945-1949. Ardath Morrow. 1949. 48 pp.

E1. 191 Convair 240, T-29, T-32, May 1948-Jan 1949. Mary Self. 1949. 4 pp.

E1.192 Whittle Engine: Whittle, Types I , I-16 (J31), I-18, I-20 (J39) Turbojet Engines: 1944-1948. Amy C. Fenwick. 1949. 52 pp.

E1. 193 History of King County Airport (Boeing Field), Seattle, Wash., 1922-1947. Helen Schulz. 1949. 86 pp.

E1.194 History of Wing Engineering Corp., Feb 1946 June 1949. Staff. 1949. 19 pp.

E1.195 History of Air-to-Air Refueling, Aug 1939-July 1948. Edward Pur-tee. 1949. 38 pp.

E1.196 Development and Production of Fighter Aircraft for the United States Air Force, 191-1949. Doris Canham. 1949. 124 pp.

E1.197 Inspection of AAF Materiel, 193-1948. Edward Purtee and Annabel Olson. 1949. 70 pp.

E1.198 History of the USAF Five Year Aircraft Procurement Program, 1 Jan 1948-1 July 1949. Mary Self. 1949. 67 pp.

E1.199 Security Organizations and Policies in the Materiel and Air Service Commands, 1939-1944. Eleanor Waterman and Annabel Olson, 1949. 130 pp.

E1.200 YB-35, YB-49, May 1946-May 1949. Ardath Morrow. 1950. 69 pp.

E 1.201 XB-47, B-47, Nov 1943-Feb 1950. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1950. 128 pp.

E1.202 XB-48. Aug 1944-Jan 1950. Martin J. Miller. 1950. 79 pp.

E1.203 F-84, 1944-1950. Dorothy Miller. 1950. 78 pp.

E1.204 X-87, 1945-1949. Helen Schulz. 1950. 103 pp.

E1.205 T-31, May 1946-Nov 1949. Amy C. Fenwick. 1950. 76 pp.

E1.206 VDT Engine, Feb 1946-Aug 1949. Ethel M. DeHaven. 1950. 90 pp.

E 1.207 J47 Turbo-Jet Engine, Oct 194-Feb 1950. Ruth Vorce. 1950. 121 pp.

E 1.208 XT35 Turbo-Prop Engine, July 1944-Feb 1950. Amy C. Fenwick. 1950. 165 pp.

E1.209 History of Track Landing Gear, Jan 1941-June 1950. Ardath Morrow. 1950. 75 pp.

E 1.210 History of the Development and Production of USAF Heavy Bombardment Aircraft, 1917-1949. Mary Self. 1950. 101 pp.

E 1.211 History of Air Materiel Command Support of the Far East Air Force in the Korean Conflict, June-Nov 1950. Frederick Ailing, et al. 1950. 58 pp.

E 1.212 History of the USAF Five Year Aircraft Procurement Program, 1 July-31 Dec 1949. Ethel M. De Haven. 1950. 96 pp.

E1.213 Procurement in the United States Air Force, 1938-1949. Sarah Zimmerman. 1950.

Vol I: Purchasing Phases. 254 pp
Vol 2: Production Phases. 198 pp.

E 1.214 History of USAF Supply Programs and Problems, 1945-1949. E. Clifford Snyder. 1950. 268 pp.

E 1.215 F-82E, F&G Airplanes and Related Engines (V-1710-145), Aug 1945 Nov 1950. Martin J. Miller and Margaret C. Bagwell. 1951. 23 pp.

E1.2I6 History of Selected Turbo-Superchargers, Jan 1919-Sep 1950. Dorothy Miller. 1951. 106 pp.

E 1.217 History of Crash Fire Trucks, Sep 1942-Mar 1951. Louis Baer. 1951. 10 pp.

E 1.218 History of Pressure Suits, Oct 1940-May 1950. Helen Schulz. 1951. 88 pp.

E 1.219 History of Heller Associates Study of USAF Materiel Management Organizations, Aug 1948-Feb 1951. Ardath Morrow. 1951. 29 pp.

E 1.220 History of Use of Letter Contracts and the Effect thereof on Budget and Fiscal Activities, 1940-1951. Robert L. Perry. 1951. 14 pp.

E1.221 History of USAF Surplus Property Disposal, I July 1949-30 June 1950. Dorothy Miller. 1951. 48 pp.

E1.222 History of the Development of Guided Missiles, 1946-1950. Mary Self. 1951. 118 pp.

E 1.223 History of USAF Activities in Support of the Mutual Defense Assistance Program, Pt. 1,4 Apr 1949-1 July 1950. Maurer Maurer. 1951. 61 pp.

E1.224 History of USAF Activities in Support of the Mutual Defense Assistance Program, Pt. 2, 1 July-31 Dec 1950. Maurer Maurer. 1951. 106 pp.

E 1.225 History of USAF Experimentation with Substitute Materials, 1940-1950. Sarah Zimmerman. 1951. 118 pp.

E1.226 History of the Silverplate Project, Dec 1943-Jan 1947. Amy C. Fenwick. 1952. 23 pp.

E1.227 History of Project Chickenpox, Dec 1945-Mar 1950. Clifford Morrison. 1952. 16 pp.

E 1.228 C-123, Apr 1945-Sep 1951. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1952. 20 pp.

E1.229 F-89, 1945-1951. Helen Schulz. 1952. 32 pp.

E1.230 History of the Blue Uniform, Jan 1946-Apr 1951. William Luttmer. 1952. 13 pp.

E1.23J History of Project Build-Up, Dec 1950-June 1951. Warren Green. 1952. 15 pp.

E1.232 History of Economical Repair Limitations for Air Force Equipment, June 1943-Scp 1951. Robert L. Perry. 1952. 24 pp.

E1.233 History of the Elimination of Green Run and Teardown on the J33 Engine, June 1948-Dec 1951. Delmer J. Trester. 1952. 14 pp.

E1.234 History of the Supply of Multiplace Life Rafts, 1937-1951. Louis Baer. 1952. 23 pp.

E1.235 History of Reciprocal Purchasing of Military Equipment with Canada, 1940-1951. (S) William Luttmer. 1952. 32 pp.

E 1.236 History of USAF World-Wide Stock Reporting System, 1942-1952. Louis Baer. 1952. 22 pp.

E 1.237 History of the Aircraft Control and Warning System, 1945-1950. Margaret C. Bagwell and Martin J. Miller. 1952. 262 pp.

E 1.238 Atomic Bomb Handling Equipment, 1944-Apr 1951. Mary Self. (S) 1952. 33 pp.

E 1.239 History of Air Force Participation in the Biological Warfare Program, 1944-1951. Dorothy Miller. 1952. 100 pp.

E 1,240 History of the College Recruitment of Engineers, 1949-1951. Richard Knopf and Marsha MacClellan. 1952. 39 pp.

E 1.241 History of AMC Maintenance Programs and Problems, 1945-1950. Sarah Zimmerman. 1952. 203 pp.

E 1.242 History of USAF Activities in Support of the Mutual Defense Assistance Program, Pt. 3, 1 Jan-20 June 1951. (S) Maurer Maurer. 1952. 262 pp.

E1.243 History of the USAF Five Year Aircraft Procurement Program, 1 Jan-30 June 1950. Ethel M. DeHaven. 1952. 53 pp.

E1.244 History of the Saddletree Project, May 1947-May 1950. Amy C. Fenwick. 1953. 69 pp.

E1.245 Special Weapons Supplement to the History of the B-47, Oct 1945-May 1952. (S) Margaret C. Bagwell. 1953. 51 pp.

E1.246 Special Weapons Supplement to the History of the B-57, Sep 1950-Sep 1952. (S) Helen Schulz. 1953. 32 pp.

E 1.248 J47 Turbo-Jet Engine, Jan 1950-Apr 1953. Ethel M. DeHaven, et al. 1953. 81 pp.

E1.249 YJ65 and J65 (Americanized Sapphire) Turbo-Jet Engines, Apr 1950 -Dec 1951 (S) Helen Schulz. 1953. 59 pp.

E1.250 History of Hubbard, Dilley & Hamilton, Inc. Contract for a Maintenance Engineering Manual, May 1951-Mar 1953. Maurer Maurer. 1953. 69 pp.

E 1.251 History of the Operation of Procurement Controls (Form 265 Procedure), and the Effects thereof on Budget and Fiscal Activities, 1948-1951. Delmer J. Trester. 1953. 11 pp.

E1.252 History of Air Materiel Command Participation in the Atomic Energy Program, Apr-Dec 1951. (S) Frederick Ailing. 1953. 106 pp.

E1.253 History of the USAF Cataloging System, 1918-1951. Robert M. Myers. 1953. 103 pp.

E1.254 History of Air Industrial Preparedness Planning, 1916-1950. Clifford Morrison. 1953. 182 pp.

E1.255 History of the Newark Transportation Control Depot. Sep 1945-Nov 195J. Delmer J. Trester. 1953. 91 pp.

E1.256 History of USAF Packaging and Deterioration Control, 1942-1952. Sarah Zimmerman. 1953. 165 pp.

E 1.257 B-47 Production Program, 1949 1953. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1954. 72 pp.

E1.258 B-57, 1950-1953. Helen Schulz. 1954. 36 pp.

E1.259 J65 Series Engine (Supplement), I Jan 1952-1 July 1954. Mary Self. 1954. 108 pp.

E1.260 History of the AMC's Use of Contract Management Engineering Services, 1942-1952. Maurer Maurer. 1954. 134 pp.

E1.261 AMC Top Management Control, 1944-1951. Maurer Maurer. 1954. 266 pp.

E1.262 History of the USAF Heavy Press and Forgings Program, 1942-1954. E. Clifford Snyder. 1954. 143 pp.

E1.263 History of the Separation of Research and Development from the Air Materiel Command, 1945-1951. Ethel M. DeHaven. 1954. 124 pp.

E1.264 History of the AF Storage and Withdrawal Program, 1945-1952. Delmer J. Trester. 1954. 88 pp.

E1.265 History of AMC Supply Support of the Strategic Air Command, 1946-1952. (C) Mary Self. 1954. 160 pp.

E 1.266 History of Air Force Participation in the Biological Warfare Program, 1951-1954. (S) Dorothy Miller. 1954. 256 pp.

E1.267 F-84F, 1949-1954. John C. Brassell and Robert A. Smith. 1955. 80 pp.

E1.268 J65 Series Engine (Supplement), 1 July 1954-1 Jan 1955. Mary Self. 1955. 44 pp.

E1.269 History of the Supply of Overseas Air Forces, 1947-1954. Dorothy Miller. 1955. 182 pp.

E 1.270 History of the Modification of USAF Aircraft for Atomic Weapon Delivery, 1948-1954. (S) Frederick Ailing. 1955. 116 pp.

E1.265 History of AMC Supply Support of the Strategic Air Command, 1946-1952. (C) Mary Self. 1954. 160 pp.

E 1.266 History of Air Force Participation in the Biological Warfare Program, 1951-1954. (S) Dorothy Miller. 1954. 256 pp.

E1.267 F-84F, 1949-1954. John C. Brassell and Robert A. Smith. 1955. 80 pp.

E1.268 J65 Series Engine (Supplement), 1 July 1954-1 Jan 1955. Mary Self. 1955. 44 pp.

E 1.269 History of the Supply of Overseas Air Forces, 1947-1954. Dorothy Miller. 1955. 182 pp.

E1.270 History of the Modification of USAF Aircraft for Atomic Weapon Delivery, 1948-1954. (S) Frederick Ailing. 1955. 116 pp.

E1.271 B-52, 1945-1953. Warren E. Greene. 1956. 175 pp.

E1.272 History of the AMC Contract Airlift System (LOGAIR), 1945-1955. Robert M. Kipp. 1956. 56 pp.

E1.273 Allocation and Control of the Materials for Aircraft Production, 1948-1955. Wilbur Clemmer. 1956. 199 pp.

E1.274 History of AMC Field Organization, 1917-1955. Doris Baker. 1956. 102 pp.

E1.275 Headquarters USAF and Air Materiel Command Relations, 1926-1954. Maurer Maurer. 1956. 204 pp.

E1.276 History of Headquarters AMC—Field Relations, 1926-1955. Doris Baker. 1956. 157 pp.

E 1.277 History of Foreign Procurement of Air Materiel, 1917-1955. (S) Ethel M. DeHaven. 1956. 287 pp.

E 1.278 History of Production Problems During the Air Force Buildup, 1950-1954. E. Clifford Snyder. 1956. 259 pp.

E1.279 History of Air Force Participation in the Small Business Program, 1940-1952. Martin J. Miller. 1956. 98 pp.

E1.280 History of Atomic Logistics, 1948-1955. (S) Frederick Ailing. 1956. 128 pp.

E 1.281 The Case of the Exploding Rockets: A Study in Public Relations. Staff. 1956. 10 pp.

E1.282 The Case of the Aluminum Foil: A Study in Public Relations. Staff. 1956. 10 pp.

E 1.283 Wright-Patterson AFB. Staff. 1956. 5 pp.

E 1.284 B-47 Procurement, Production and Modification, 1953-1956. (S) Robert M. Kipp. 1957. 72 pp.

E1.285 History of the J67-W-1 Engine, Oct 1950-Nov 1955. John C. Bras-sell. 1957. 40 pp.

E1.286 History of the T-37 Weapon System, Jan 1952-Apr 1956. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1957. 53 pp.

E1.287 History of Air Force Industrial Readiness Concepts, 1945-1957. (C) Ethel M. De Haven. 1957. 92 pp.

E1.288 The VooDoo Story, 1945-1957. (S) Ethel M. DeHaven. 1957. 232 pp.

E1.289 The F-102A Airplane, 1950 1956. Frederick Ailing. 1957. 67 pp.

E1.290 Historical Data on Aircraft Development But Not Procured, 1945-Present (1956): Bombers, Fighters and Cargos. Staff. 1957. 146 pp.

E 1.291 History of Selected AMC Management Systems, 1951-1957. Staff. 1958. 223 pp.

E1.292 History of the USAF Heavy Press Program, 1955-1957. John C Brassell. 1958. 68 pp.

EL293 History of the B-57 Airplane, July 1953-Jan 1958. Frederick Ailing. 1958. 55 pp.

EL294 History of the Matador and Mace Guided Missiles, 1951-1957. Bernard T. Termena. 1958. 83 pp.

E1.295 History of the Bomarc Weapon System, 1953-1957. (S) Margaret C. Bagwell. 1959. 98 pp.

E 1.296 History of the KC-135A Airplane, 1953-1958. John C. Brassell. 1959. 86 pp.

E 1.297 History of the Rascal Weapon System, 1952-1958. Bernard J. Termena. 1959. 72 pp.

E 1.298 Directorate of Procurement and Production, AMC: Problems and Accomplishments, 1958. Dorothy Miller. 1959. 115 pp.

E1.299 Flight Test, Incident, and Accident Data on Selected Multi-Engine Bombers. Staff. 1959. 338 pp.

E1.300 History of the B/R-66 Weapon System, 1952-1959. Frederick Ailing. 1960. 37 pp.

E1.301 History of Logsea, 1956-1959. Margaret C. Bagwell. 1960. 60 pp.

E1.302 Air Force Care of Deceased Personnel, 1951-1959. Dorothy Miller. 1960. 80 pp.

E1.303 Evolution of Maintenance Engineering, 1907-1920. Royal Frey. 1960. 200 pp.

E1.304 Missile Logistics, 1951-1959. Bernard J. Termena. 1960. 70 pp.

E1.305 Creation of the Contract Management Regions, 1953-1960. Martin J. Miller. 1960. 30 pp.

E1.306 AMC Financial Management, 1950-1959. Barr Braman. 1961. 30 pp.

E1.307 Logair Modernization Program, 1958-1961. Margaret C. Bagwell and Hannah Massie. 1961. 46 pp.

E1.308 The Engineering Aspects of AFLC Maintenance Responsibility: Deficiency Detection and Correction, Vol 1, 1921-1962. Frederick Ailing. 1962. 44 pp.

E1.309 Application of the Electronic Digital Computer to Military Logistics: Staff Education for Data Automation, Vol 1, 1954-1961. Dorothy Miller. 1962. 56 pp.

E1.310 Impact of the Development of a Common Supply System Upon AFLC: The Trend Leading Toward the DSA Decision, Vol 2, 1958- 1961. Barr Braman. 1962. 77 pp.

E1.311 Air Force Logistics Command Participation in the Cuban Crisis: A Chronology, 14 Oct-10 Dec 1962. (S) Staff. 1963. 192 pp.

E1.312 Logair Chronology. Staff. 1963. 8 pp.

E1.313 Air Force Logistics Command Support of USAF Actions in Vietnam, 1961-1963. (C) Wilbur Clemmer. 1964. 70 pp.

E1.314 The Cuban Crisis Aftermath in AFLC, Oct 1962-Nov 1963. (S) Barr Braman and Dorothy Miller. 1964. 39 pp.

E1.315 Competitive Procurement of Replenisment Spare Parts, 1961-1964. Dorothy Miller. 1964. 68 pp.

E1.316 Impact of the Development of a Common Supply System Upon AFLC: History of Military Supply Centralization, Vol 1, 1903-1957. Barr Braman. 1964. 70 pp.

E1.317 The Problem of Organizing for Weapon System Management. Paul M. Davis. 1964. 11 pp.

E1.318 The Engineering Aspects of AFLC Maintenance Responsibility: Service Engineering, Vol 2, 1951-1964. Frederick Ailing. 1965. 56 pp.

E1.319 The Distribution of Air Force Technical Orders, 1945-1965. Frederick Ailing. 1965. 19 pp.

E1.320 Procurement of Automatic Circuit Analyzers for Organizational and Field Maintenance, Jan 1962-Oct 1965. Dorothy Miller. 1965. 32 pp.

EL321 Overseas Depot Closures. Staff. 1965. 5 pp.

E1.322 Phase-Out of the Atlas E and F, and Titan I Weapon Systems, Nov 1964-June 1966. Wilbur Clemmer. 1966. 139 pp.

E 1.323 Phase-Out of the Rome Air Materiel Area, 1963-1966. Dorothy Miller. 1966. 132 pp.

E 1.324 Procurement of Double Wall, Air Supported Shelters in Support of Operations in Southeast Asia, 1965-1966. Dorothy Miller. 1967. 62 pp.

E1.325 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Communications-Electronics-Meteorological Support, 1966. (S) Kenneth Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 171 pp.

E 1.326 History of McCook Field. Vernon D. Burk. 1967. 2 pp.

E 1.327 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Transportation Support, 1964-1966. Wilbur Clemmer. 1968. 119 pp.

E 1.328 Phase-Out of the Middletown, Mobile, San Bernardino Air Materiel Areas: The Rationale and the Plan, Vol I, 1945-1964. Frederick Ailing. 1968. 34 pp.

E 1.329 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Supply Support, Base Buildup, Vol I, 1964-1966. (S) Bernard T. Termena. 1968. 97 pp.

E 1.330 AFLC Participation in the Korean Contingency, 1968. Frederick Ailing, et al. 1968. 100 pp.

E 1.331 Phase-Out of the Middletown, Mobile and San Bernardino Air Materiel Areas. Vol II: The Realignments (documents only), 1964-1967. Frederick Ailing. 1968. 7 vols.

E 1.332 Phase-Out of the Middletown, Mobile and San Bernardino Air Materiel Areas: Vol III: Disposing of the Bases, 1964-1967. 3 vols (documents only). (S) Frederick Ailing. 1968.

E 1.333 ALFC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Procurement Support, 1964-1966. Vernon D. Burk. 1968. 112 pp.

E 1.334 History of the Commander's Quarters. Staff. 1968. 10 pp.

E 1.335 Key Dates for Bombers, Fighters, and Cargos. (S) Staff. 1968. 3 pp.

E1.336 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Munitions Support, 1964-1967. Wilbur Clemmer. 1969. 89 pp.

E1.337 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Procurement Support, 1967. Vernon D. Burk. 1969. 83 pp.

E 1.338 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Communications-Elcc-tronics-Meteorological Support, 1967-1968. (S) Bill B. Stacy. 1969. 136 pp.

E1.339 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Supply Support, Vol III, Photographic Activities, 1964-1967. 4 vols (documents only). Paul M. Davis. 1969.

E1.340 The Equal Employment Opportunity Program at Wright-Patterson AFB, 1965-1968. 6 vols (documents only). Barr Braman. 1969.

E1.341 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: The Development of a Maintenance Capability, 1964-1967. (C) Bernard T. Termena. 1970. 76 pp.

E1.342 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Transportation Support, 1967-1968. (S) Wilbur Clemmer. 1970. 79 pp.

E1.343 Logistics and Management Philosophies of AFLC Commanders. Staff. 1970. 22 pp.

E1.344 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Cargo Aircraft Support, 1965-1968. Wilbur Clemmer. 1971. 52 pp.

E1.345 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Special Aircraft Projects, 1965-1968. (S) Vernon D. Burk. 1971. 161 pp.

E1.346 Events of Possible Interest to W-PAFB and Visiting Personnel. Staff. 1971. 16 pp.

E1.347 Phase-Out of Air Materiel Areas. Staff. 1971. 29 pp.

E 1.348 AFLC Support of Forces in Southeast Asia: Support of Specified Fighter Aircraft: The F-4, F-105, and F-100, 1961-1972. (S) Bernard T. Termena. 1972. 88 pp.

E 1.349 Air Force Contributions to the Civil Sector. Staff. 1972. 8 pp.

E 1.350 Air Force Care of Deceased Personnel, 1960-1972. Joseph Ventolo. 1973. 97 pp.

E1.351 Air Force Logistics Command, 1917-1976. Frederick Ailing and Stephen Stieritz. 1973. 41 pp.

E 1.352 Quality Assurance in AFLC and its Predecessor Organizations. Staff. 1974. 12 pp.

E1.353 AMC/AFLC Depot Structure from World War II to Present. Staff. 1974. 12 pp.

E1.354 Depot Plant Modernization. Stephen Stieritz. 1974. 117 pp.

E 1.355 AFLC Support of Project Nickel Grass/9DD, 10 Oct-14 Nov 1973; A Chronology. Staff. 1974. 168 pp.

E1.356 The Air Force Spectrometric Oil Analysis Program, 1963-1980. Layne B. Peiffer. 1983. 47 pp.

AEROSPACE GUIDANCE AND METROLOGY CENTER

E2.1 Historical Data on Southeast Asia, 1965-1968. Michael J. Amato. 1969. 2 pp.

E2.2 Support to the Southeast Asia Conflict, 1968. M. G. Mattingly. 1969. 5 pp.

E2.3 From Missile Base to Gold Watch: A History of the Aerospace Guidance and Metrology Center and Newark AFS. George W. Bradley. 1982. 162 pp.

OGDEN AIR LOGISTICS CENTER

E3.1 The F-101 Voodoo, Aug 195-June 1962. Harry L. Bonnell. 1962. 161 pp.

E3.2 Chronology of Cuban Crisis. Mar-Nov 1962. (C) Helen Rice and Harry L. Bonnell. 1962. 83 pp.

E3.3 Southeast Asia Support, 1964-1966. (C) Helen Rice. 1966. 109 pp.

E3.4 Southeast Asia Support, 1966. (C) Helen Rice and Donna R. Walker. 1967. 135 pp.

E3.5 Ogden Air Materiel Area Support of Combat Fox, Jan-Mar 1968. (C) Helen Rice and Donna R. Walker. 1968. 69 pp.

E3.6 Southeast Asia Support, 1967 (162 pp); and Southeast Asia Support, 1968 (145 pp). (C) Helen Rice and Donna R. Walker. 1968/1969.

E3.7 History of Hill AFB. Helen Riee, Kenneth Patehin, Susan Weathers, Seott Fristhkneeht, and David Kendziora. 1981. 282 pp.

E3.8 F-4G Wild Weasel. (S) David R. Kendziora. 1983. 204 pp.

OKLAHOMA CITY AIR LOGISTICS CENTER

E4.1 Development and Progress of Weapon System Supply Management, B-52, KC-135, July 1955-July 1957. John K. Carney. 1957. 39 pp.

E4.2 Project Milk Bottle, Mar 1958 Feb 1959. (C) Kenneth L. Patehin. 1959. 81 pp.

E4.3 B-52/KC-135 Fuel Heater Retrofit, 1957-1960. Philip H. Pollock. 1960. 20 pp.

E4.4 Mach II, J79 Engine, Mar 1952-Mar 1961. James N. Eastman. 1961. 86 pp.

E4.5 B-52 Management, 1952 1961. Kenneth L. Patehin and James N. Eastman. 1961. 84 pp.

E4.6 B-52 Logistics, 1952-1961. (C) Kenneth L. Patehin and James N. Eastman. 1961. 214 pp.

E4.7 B-52 Deficiencies, 1955-1961. (C) Kenneth L. Patehin and James N. Eastman. 1961. 167 pp.

E4.8 20th Anniversary of OCAMA, 1941-1961. Kenneth L. Patehin and James N. Eastman. 1962. 4 pp, plus photos.

E4.9 Chronology of Cuban Crisis, Oct-Nov 1962. (S) Kenneth L. Patehin and James N. Eastman. 1962. 106 pp.

E4.10 Engine Management and Overhaul, 1963. Kenneth L, Patehin and James N. Eastman. 1963. 83 pp.

E4.11 The Starter and Small Engine Product Improvement Program, Dec 1961-June 1963. James N. Eastman. 1963. 73 pp.

E4.12 Southeast Asia Logistics Support, July 1961-Mar 1966. (C) Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1966. 356 pp.

E4.13 Project Bitter Wine SEA Support, 1966. Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 56 pp.

E4.14 SEA Turbojet Engine Support, 1966. (C) Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 82 pp.

E4.15 SEA Turbojet and Gas Turbine Engine Support, 1966. (C) Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 122 pp.

E4.16 SEA C/KC-135 Logistics Support, 1966. (S) Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 47 pp.

E4.17 SEA Accessories Support, 1966. Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 112 pp.

E4.18 SEA Jet Engine SRA Support, 1966. Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1967. 72 pp.

E4.19 Chronology of the Korean Crisis, Jan-Mar 1968. (S) Staff. 1968. 196 pp.

E4.20 SEA Aircraft Support, 1967. Kenneth L. Patchin, Bill B. Stacy, and Jill La Forge. 1968. 78 pp.

E4.21 SEA Accessories Support, 1967. Kenneth I.. Patchin, Bill B. Stacy, and Jill LaForge. 1968. 45 pp.

E4.22 SEA Overall Logistics Support, 1967. Kenneth L. Patchin, Bill B. Stacy, and Jill LaForge. 1968 109 pp.

E4.23 SEA Engines Support, 1967. Kenneth L. Patchin. Bill B. Stacy, and Jill LaForge. 1968. 97 pp.

E4.24 The C-135 Structural Integrity Programs: Project Pacer Fin. Kenneth L. Patchin and Bill B. Stacy. 1968. 103 pp.

E4.25 Engine Task Group, Jan Apr 1969. Staff. 1969. 56 pp.

E4.26 SEA Overall Logistics Support, 1968. Staff. 1969. 201 pp.

E4.27 B-52 Logistics Support, 1960-1971. 4 vols. (S) Staff. 1971. 593 pp.

E4.28 C/KC-135 Logistics Support, 1955-1971. 4 vols. (C) Staff. 1971. 494 pp.

E4.29 The A-7 Turbine Spacer Problem. Oct 1971 Apr 1972. (S) Ming Wong. 1972. 25 pp.

E4.30 Project Bullet Shot. (S) Staff. 1972. 170 pp.

E4.31 Union-Management Negotiations at OC-ALC. Jack Reise. 1976. 59 pp.

E4.32 Tinker AFB—A Pictorial History. Jack Reise, Thomas M. Brewer, and James L. Crowder, Jr. 1983. 169 pp.

SACRAMENTO AIR LOGISTICS CENTER

E5.1 Aircraft Auxiliary Fuel Tanks Packaging, 1952-1954. Fenton L. Williams. 1954. 15 pp.

E5.2 Financial Inventory Accounting, 1953-1955. Fenton L. Williams. 1955. 12 pp.

E5.3 SMAMA Maintenance Management Project, Ernst & Ernst, Apr 1953-Apr 1954. Fenton L. Williams. 1955. 49 pp.

E5.4 Technical Associate Concept. 1946-1955. Bonnie A. Olson. 1955. 23 pp.

E5.5 Project Hop Up: The F-86D Modification Program, 1954-1955. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 29 pp.

E5.6 Project Pull Out: The F-94C Modification Program, 1954-1955. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 26 pp.

E5.7 McClellan AFB Emergency Flood Operation, Dec 1955-Jan 1956. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 17 pp.

E5.8 Operation Teenager, 1956. Bonnie A. Olson. 1956. 16 pp.

E5.9 Support of AC&W C-E Equipment, 1955-1956. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 14 pp.

E5.10 The SMAMA Printing Plant Workload Problem, 1956. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 22 pp.

E5.11 McClellan AFB Activities in Support of Community Relations, 1955-1956. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 21 pp.

E5.12 The B-47 Drop Tank Modification Project, 1955-1956. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 19 pp.

E5.13 McClellan AFB Aluminum Sweater, 1953-1955. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 20 pp.

E5.14 Project Bad Boy, 1952-1954. Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 12 pp.

E5.15 AF Reserve Officers Training Corps, 1956. Bonnie A. Olson. 1956. 58 pp.

E5.I6 McClellan AFB Post-War Warehousing, 1951-1955. Bonnie A. Olson and Fenton L. Williams. 1956. 80 pp.

E5.17 The 2902nd Air Depot Group: An Experiment in Mobile Logistics, 1954- 1956. Fenton L. Williams. 1957. 29 pp.

E5.18 A Community Integration Project, 1954-1956. Staff. 1957. 7 pp.

E5.19 AMC Maintenance Engineering Management Improvement Project, 1955- 1957. Fenton L. Williams. 1957. 34 pp.

E5.20 Grass Roots Improvement Program, 1953-1957. Fenton L. Williams. 1957. 33 pp.

E5.21 How SMAMA Softened the Boom, 1950-1957. Bonnie A. Olson. 1957. 45 pp.

E5.22 Copra Pine, Communications System for PACAF, Hawaii. Fenton L. Williams. 1958. 16 pp.

E5.23 McClcllan AFB Zoning Problems, 1950-1957. Fenton L. Williams. 1958. 16 pp.

E5.24 C-130 Production and Support, 1952-1957. Bonnie A. Olson. 1958. 137 pp.

E5.25 Project Money Saver, 1957-1958. Fenton L. Williams. 1958. 25 pp.

E5.26 F-104 Upseat Modification Problem. Fenton L. Williams. 1959. 34 pp.

E5.27 SMAMA's Growing C-E Workload and GEE1. Activation, 1955-1958. Fenton L. Williams. 1959. 32 pp.

E5.28 SMAMA Support of WS-117L, 1958-1959. Fenton L. Williams. 1959. 32 pp.

E5.29 Mechanization of Stock Control and Distribution, 1958-1959. Fenton L. Williams. 1959. 24 pp.

E5.30 SMAMA's Role in Project Milk Bottle, 1958-1959. Bonnie A. Olson. 1959. 77 pp.

E5.3! Family Service Program at McClellan AFB, Jan-June 1959. Bonnie A. Olson. 1959. 51 pp.

E5.32 Adjusting to the Fiscal Year 1960 Funds Reduction. Fenton L. Williams. 1960. 22 pp.

E5.33 Mechanization in Transportation Reporting and Billing at SMAMA, 1958-1960. Fenton L. Williams. 1960. 17 pp.

E5.34 Procurement Mechanization, 1958-1960. Bonnie A. Olson. I960. 38 pp.

E5.35 SMAMA's Growing C-E Responsibility, 1959-1960. Fenton L. Williams. 1960. 21 pp.

E5.36 Arthur S, Dudley and His Contribution to U.S. Air Defense, 1934-1939. Fenton L. Williams. 1961. 18 pp.

E5.37 Foreign Nationals Training at McClellan AFB, 1951-1960. Fenton L. Williams. 1961. 31 pp.

E5.38 SMAMA's F-106 Experience, 1959-1961. Fenton L. Williams. 1962. 22 pp.

E5.39 SMAMA's Manpower Dilemma, 1962. Fenton L. Williams. 1962. 15 pp.

E5.40 AMFPA Phase-out, Nov 1962. Fenton L. Williams. 1962. 15 pp.

E5.41 Cuban Crisis, Apr-Nov 1962. Bonnie A. Olson. 1962. 66 pp.

E5.42 Evolution of SMAMA's Space Mission, 1955-1961. (C) Bonnie A. Olson. 1962. 161 pp.

E5.43 History on Display: Model Planes and Aerial Cameras, 1962. Fenton L. Williams. 1963. 17 pp.

E5.44 MILSTRIP History, 1962. Fenton L. Williams. 1963. 20 pp.

E5.45 Generator Management and Standardization, 1952-1962. Dunlap Castle. 1963. 39 pp.

E5.46 SMAMA Participation in the Southeast Asia Build-up, 1964-1966. (C) Bonnie A. Olson. 1966. 136 pp.

E5.47 The Equal Employment Opportunity Program at McClellan AFB, 1965-1966. Truman L. Grandy. 1966. 67 pp.

E5.48 SMAMA Participation in the Southeast Asia Build-up, 1966. (S) Bonnie A. Olson. 1967. 180 pp.

E5.49 SMAMA Operations Pertaining to the 1968 Korean Crisis, Jan-Apr 1968. (S) Bonnie A. Olson and Truman L. Grandy. 1968. 70 pp.

E5.50 SMAMA Participation in Southeast Asia Operations, 1965-1967. (S) Bonnie A. Olson and Truman L. Grandy. 1969. 299 pp.

E5.51 Peace Rampart, 1964-1968. Bonnie A. Olson. 1969. 46 pp.

E5.52 SMAMA Participation in Southeast Asia Operations: F-111 Support, July 1967-Nov 1968. (S) Truman L. Grandy. 1969. 73 pp.

E5.53 F-4D Workload Shift from the Ogden ALC to the Sacramento ALC (Project Pacer Support). Raymond S. Oliver. 1980. 27 pp.

E5.54 Disposal of Polychlorinated Biphenyl Wastes. Samuel J. Lewis. 1982.

E5.55 History of McClellan AFB A Pictoral History. Maurice A. Miller, Samuel J. Lewis, Raymond S. Oliver, and Norbert E. Sopolsky. 1983. 186 pp.

E5.56 Rancho Del Paso. Raymond S. Oliver. 1983. 49 pp.

E5.57 Why is the Colonel Called "Kernal?"? Raymond S. Oliver. 1983. 26 pp.

SAN ANTONIO AIR LOGISTICS CENTER

E6.1 Conclusion of the B-36 Aircraft Phase out, July 1957- May 1959. Jessie C. Scott. 1960. 34 pp.

E6.2 Small Business Program. HQ SAAMA, Dec 1952-Feb 1960. Willie Rae Martin. I960. 48 pp.

E6.3 F-102 Aircraft Depot level Maintenance, Fixed-Site, July 1956-Mar 1960. Edna S. McGaffey. 1960. 106 pp.

E6.4 The F-106 Fighter-Interceptor, July 1958-Mar 1960. Jessie C. Scott. 1960. 94 pp.

E6.5 The Fiscal 1960 Funds Management, HQ SAAMA, July 1959-June 1960. Edna S. McGaffey. 1960. 64 pp.

E6.6 J57 Engine Management, July 1957-June I960. Willie Rae Martin. 1960. 78 pp.

E6.7 The Civil Engineering Management System at HQ SAAMA, 1956-1960. Jessie C. Scott. 1961. 26 pp.

E6.8 Turboprop Engine Overhaul Program, Feb 1955-Dee I960. Willie Rae Martin. 1961. 75 pp.

E6.9 The Universal Clip-In Bomb Suspension System for B-47 and B-52 Aireraft, Dec 1958-Mar 1961. Edna S. MeGaffey. 1961. 105 pp.

E6.10 The B-58 and the SAAMA Mission, July 1959-Mar 1961. Jessie C. Seott. 1962. 99 pp.

E6.II SAAMA Program for Prevention of Foreign Object Damage, Sep 1961-May 1962. Willie Rae Martin. 1962. 37 pp.

E6.12 Cuban Crisis Chronology, HQ SAAMA, Oct-Nov 1962. Staff. 1962. 91 pp.

E6.13 Progress of B-52 Modernization at SAAMA, July 1959- June 1961. Willie Rae Martin. 1963. 76 pp.

E6.14 The Struggle for Survivability: The F-106, Apr 1960-Feb 1962. Jessie C. Seott. 1963. 107 pp.

E6.I5 Profile of SAAMA Workforce, 1963. Edna S. MeGaffey. 1963. 138 pp.

E6.16 SAAMA Support of Forces in Southeast Asia, Jan I960- Dec 1965. Grover Lee Hardison. 1966. 114 pp.

E6.I7 SAAMA's Support to F/TF-102A Aircraft Committed to Southeast Asia, 1966. Edna S. MeGaffey. 1967. 68 pp.

E6.I8 SAAMA Support to Korean Contingency, 1968, Jan-Mar 1968. (C) Edna S. MeGaffey. 1968. 222 pp.

E6.19 Logistic Support to Southeast Asia by the San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 1966. Edna S. MeGaffey. 1968. 91 pp.

E6.20 Logistic Support to Southeast Asia by the San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 1967. Edna S. MeGaffey. 1969. 165 pp.

E6.21 Logistic Support to Southeast Asia by the San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 1968. Edna S. MeGaffey. 1970. 242 pp.

E6.22 The Evolvement of the Air Force DOD Dog Program and Detachment 37. Robert D. Laird. 1979. 31 pp.

E6.23 Project Pave Deuce: The Droning of the F-102 Interceptor, May 1971-Nov 1977. Benedict D. La Rosa. 1982.

WARNER ROBINS AIR LOGISTICS CENTER

E7.1 The Campaign for More Adequate Housing at Robins AFB and Vicinity in 1962. Richard E. Maltais. 1962. 58 pp.

E7.2 Chronology of the Cuban Crisis, Oct-Nov 1962. (S) Staff. 1962. 147 pp.

E7.3 The Cuban Crisis, 1962. (S) Richard E. Maltais, 1963. 174 pp.

E7.4 The Civil Rights Controversy in Middle Georgia, 1962-1963. Richard E. Maltais. 1963. 67 pp.

E7.5 Redistribution and Marketing at Robins AFB, Ga.. 1941 -1964. Richard E. Maltais. 1964.

E7.6 Robins AFB Almanac and Book of Facts, 1941-1964. Richard E. Maltais. 1964. 203 pp.

E7.7 Retirement Data: Military and Civilian, 1963-1964. Richard E. Maltais. 1964. 12 pp.

E7.8 Highlights, Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Jan-Aug 1966. Robert W. Barnweil. 1966. 8 pp.

E7.9 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia: Project Red Horse, Oct 1965-Dec 1966. Richard E. Maltais and Robert W. Barnwell. 1967. 49 pp.

E7.10 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia: Project Bitter Wine, May 1965-Dec 1966. Richard E. Maltais. 1967. 87 pp.

E7.11 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia: A General Examination, Jan 1961-Dec 1966. Richard E. Maltais. 1967. 134 pp.

E7.I2 The Korean Crisis, Project Combat Fox, Jan Mar 1968; A Chronology. (S) Richard E. Maltais. 1968. 136 pp.

E7.13 The Korean Crisis, Project Combat Fox, Jan-Mar 1968. Test. (S) Richard E. Maltais. 1968. 86 pp.

E7.14 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia: Management Aspects, 1967. Richard E. Maltais. 1968. 89 pp.

E7.I5 Work Measurement, 1941-1956, Richard E. Maltais. 1969. 60 pp.

E7.16 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia: Armor Plating Flare Box (C-47 Aircraft), 1967-1968. Richard E. Maltais. 1970. 28 pp.

E7.17 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia, AC-47 Gunship (Project Big Shoot). Richard E. Maltais. 1970. 25 pp.

E7.18 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia, AC-119G/K Gunship Program (Project Combat Hornet) (A Summary Report, 1967-1970). Richard E. Maltais. 1970. 30 pp.

E7.19 WRAMA's Weapon Systems: The C 130 Hercules: Logistical Support. 1958-1969, Patillo A. Finlayson. 1970. 220 pp.

E7.20 A Commentary of the Homefront During the Vietnam Conflict: The Impact of Social, Political, and Economic Forces on the Armed Services, 1968-1970. Richard E. Maltais. 1970. 144 pp.

E7.21 The H 3 Helicopter Manifold Problem, Aug-Sep 1970. Patillo A. Finlayson. 1970. 40 pp.

E7.22 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia, AC -47 Gunship (Project Big Shoot) Jan 1960-Apr 1970. (S) Richard E. Maltais. 1971. 157 pp.

E7.23 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia, AC-119G/K Gunship Program (Project Combat Hornet) 1967 1970. (S) Richard E. Maltais. 1971. 197 pp.

E7.24 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia, EC-47 Aircraft. (S) Robert W. Barnwell. 1971. 60 pp.

E7.25 WRAMA's Role in Southeast Asia: Tropic Moon III, The B-57G Canberra, 1968-1971. (S) Patillo A. Finlayson. 1971. 140 pp.

E7.26 WRAMA's Weapon Systems: The AC-130E Aircraft (Gunship)— Project Pave Spectre—1970-1971. (S) Patillo A. Finlayson. 1972. 106 pp.

E7.27 C-133 Cargomaster. 1953-1971. Richard E. Maltais. 1972. 217 pp.

E7.28 Personnel and Product Evaluation Program (PPEP), Jan-Oct 1972. Richard E. Maltais. 1973. 36 pp.

E7.29 Impact of Snow Storm on WRAMA and Robins AFB, 9-12 Feb 1973. W. G. Oster. 1973. 13 pp.

E7.30 Vietnamization Projects 981 and 982, 18 Aug 1971- 1 May 1972. (S) W. G. Osier. 1973. 44 pp.

E7.31 The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program in Action at WRAMA, 1967-1974. R. Reid, T. E. Rawls, and J. Bohannon. 1974. 411 pp.

E7.32 Project Enhance Plus, 21 Oct -13 Nov 1972. Richard E. Maltais. 1973.

MIDDLETOWN AIR MATERIEL AREA

E8.1 Snow Rescue Operations, Feb-Mar 1958. Lloyd S. Spancake. 1958. 6 pp.

E8.2 The Middle East - Far East Crisis Impact on Petroleum Directorate, July-Dec 1958. Staff. 1959. 11 pp.

E8.3 Cuban Crisis: A Chronology, Oct-Nov 1962, (C) Bernard T. Termena. 1962. 77 pp.

MOBILE AIR MATERIEL AREA

E9.1 F-105 Historical Data, 1954-1956. (S) Emanuel E. Criminale. 1957. 30 pp.

E9.2 MOAMA Actions in the Cuban Crisis, Ocl-Nov 1962. (S) Staff. 1962. 20 pp.

E9.3 Jupiter; Development Aspects/Deployment, 1955-1959. (S) John C. Brassell. 1962. 73 pp.

E9.4 A Chronology of the F-105 Weapon System, 1951 1963. (S) John C. Brassell. 1963. 174 pp.

E9.5 Maintenance Engineering Management Project, 1941-1956. Richard E. Maltais. 1969. 60 pp.

ROME AIR MATERIEL AREA

E10.1 ROAMA's and GEE1.'s Participation in the Cuban Crisis: A Chronology, June-Nov 1962. (C) R. H. Marvin. 1962. 54 pp.

SAN BERNARDINO AIR MATERIEL AREA

E11.1 Decentralization: A General Review, 1951-1952. Gabrielle I. Kaffan. 1956. 14 pp.

E11.2 Participation in the Cuban Contingency: A Chronology, Oct-Nov 1962. (C) Staff. 1962. 65 pp.

E11.3 Phase-Out of the Atlas E and F, and Titan I Weapon Systems, Sep 1964-June 1967. Gabrielle I. Kaffan. 1967. 110 pp.

AIR MATERIEL FORCE EUROPEAN AREA

E12.1 Brassioux: Anatomy of the USAF Housing Inheritance at Chateau-roux. France. (C) Paul E. Ruley. 1962. 29 pp.

GROUND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING INSTALLATION AGENCY

E13.1 GEEIA’s Support to Southeast Asia, July 1961-May 1966. R. H. Marvin. 1966. 161 pp.

E13.2 GEEIA’s Support to Southeast Asia, Jan-Dec 1966. R. H. Marvin. 1967. 164 pp.

E13.3 GEEIA’s Support to the Korean Emergency Situation, Jan-Mar 1968. R. H. Marvin. 1968. 9 pp,

E13.4 GEEIA’s Support to Southeast Asia, Jan-Dec 1967. R. H. Marvin. 1968. 139 pp.

E13.5 GEEIA’s Support to Southeast Asia, Jan-Dec 1968. R. H. Marvin. 1969. 158 pp.

MILITARY AIRCRAFT STORAGE AND DISPOSTION CENTER

E14.1 Participation in Cuban Contingency, Apr-Oct 1962. John W. Rathgeber. 1962. 26 pp.

E14.2 Logistic Support to Southeast Asia Operations through Dec 1965. Staff. 1966. 3 pp.

E14.3 Southeast Asia Special Study, to Dec 1966. Larry A. Helmerick. 1967. 11 pp.

E14.4 Documentation of the Current Korean Situation, Jan-Mar 1968. Larry A. Helmerick. 1968. 2 pp.

E14.5 Southeast Asia Support History, Jan-Dec 1967. John R. Conner. 1968. 11 pp.

E14.6 Profile History of MASDC—and Predecessor Organizations, 1946-1974. Lawrence C. Railing. 1975. 73 pp.

E14.7 MASDC Aircraft. Staff. 1977. 115 pp.

2709TH AF VEHICLE CONTROL GROUP

E15.1 Participation in the Cuban Crisis, Oct-Nov 1962. Staff. 1962. 9 pp. El5.2 Phase-out Documentation, 1963. Staff. 1963. 7 pp.

2750TH AIR BASE WING

E16.1 Aircraft Noise and Sonic Boom, 1957-1958. Ebert C. Smith. 1959. 10 pp.

E16.2 Cuban Crisis: A Chronology, Oct-Nov 1962. Josephine L. Janis. 1963. 31 pp.

E16.3 Southeast Asia Support Study, Aug 1964-Dec 1966. Ebert C. Smith. 1967. 16 pp.

E16.4 Korean Situation Study, Jan-Mar 1968. Ebert C. Smith. 1968. 39 pp.

E16.5 Southeast Asia Support Study, Jan-Dec 1968. Ebert C. Smith. 1969. 15 pp.

E16.6 Wilbur Wright Field, 1917-1948. Ebert C. Smith. 1974. 18 pp.

F. AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS (AFOSI)

The following section contains no classified information.

The Office of Special Investigations was established as a staff position within the Office of the Inspector General, 2 January 1948; Eleventh Air Force Base Unit (IG) redesignated 1005th Inspector General Special Investigations Unit, 28 August 1948, 1005th Inspector General Special Investigations Squadron, 10 May 1951, 1005th Inspector General Special Investigations Group, 20 November 1951, 1005th Special Investigation Group (Inspector General). 1954. Air Force Office of Special Investigations activated as separate operating agency, 31 December 1971; 1005th Special Investigations Group (Inspector General) inactivated 1 April 1972.

F1.1 History of Detachment No, 1, 1005th Special Investigations Unit, Task Group 3.4, Aug 1950-1 Mar 1951. (C) Paul M. Nold and Anthony Horick. 1951. 13 pp.

F1.2 History of Detachment No. 1, 1005th (IG) Special Investigations Unit, Task Force 3.4, (Part II), 1 Mar-1 June 1951. (C) Paul M. Nold. 1951. 7 pp.

F1.3 History of Project Stigmatic, Mar 1950-Apr 1953. (C) Staff. 1956. 158 pp.

G. AIR FORCE OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CENTER

The following section contains no classified information.

Established as the Air Force Test and Evaluation Center, and activated as a separate operating agency, 1 January 1974; redesignated Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center. 4 April 1983.

G1.1 A History of Kirtland Air Force Base, 1928 1982. Don E. Alberts and Allan E. Tulman. 1982. 100 pp.

G1.2 The Evolution of Policy Affecting Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation. 1909-1981. Terence R. St. Louis. 1983. 136 pp.

H. AIR FORCE RESERVE (AFRES)

The following section contains no classified information.

Headquarters Air Force Reserve (AFRES) constituted, organized, and activated 1 August 1968, replacing Headquarters Continental Air Command, which was inactivated 1 August 1968.

H1.1 The Evolving Air Force Reserve Management Structure, 1948-1971. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1971. 15 pp.

H1.2 The Air Force Reserve Associate Program: Origin, Rationale, and Evolution. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1973. 6 pp.

H1.3 Project Enhance Plus. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1973. 28 pp.

H1.4 Air Force Reserve—ANG Merger Proposals of the Past. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1974. 12 pp.

H1.5 Air Force Reserve Participation in Mideast Crisis of Oct 1973. (S) Gerald T. Cantwell. 1974. 13 pp.

H1.6 The Air Force Reserve: Component and Command. Gerald T, Cantwell. 1974. 19 pp.

H1.7 The Air Force Reserve and the National Censorship Programs, 1950-1974. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1974. 16 pp.

H1.8 AFRES' Boy Scouts of America Liaison Mission. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1974. 5 pp.

H1.9 The Air Reserve Technician Program: Its Antecedents and Evolution, 1948-1978. Gerald T. Cantwell and Victor B. Summers. 1979. 88 pp.

H1.10 The Air Force Reserve in the Vietnam Decade: 1965-1975. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1979. 82 pp.

H1.11 The Evolution and Employment of the Air Force Reserve as a Mobilization Force, 1946-1980. Gerald T. Cantwell. 1981. 310 pp.

I. AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND (AFSC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Research and Development Command established 23 January 1950; redesignated Air Research and Development Command, 16 September 1950; Air Force Systems Command, 1 April 1961.

Subordinate Units:

Aeronautical Systems Division. Air Development Force, Provisional, designated 23 March 1951; Headquarters Air Development Force, designated and organized 1 April 1951; redesignated Wright Air Development Center, 8 June 1951; discontinued 15 December 1959. Wright Air Development Division constituted and activated 15 December 1959; discontinued 1 April 1961. Aeronautical Systems Division constituted and activated 1 April 1961.

Aerospace Medical Division. Constituted and activated 1 November 1961.

Air Force Flight Test Center. Established 25 June 1951.

Air Force Geophysics Laboratory. Cambridge Field Station established 20 September 1945; redesignated Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, 5 July 1949, Air Force Cambridge Research Center, 28 June 1951; discontinued 1 July 1960. Detachment No. 2 Air Force Research Directorate formed 2 May 1960; discontinued 1 August 1960. Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories constituted and activated 1 August I960; redesignated Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, 15 January 1967.

Air Force Missile Development Center. Alamogordo Army Air Field 4145th Air Force Base Unit activated 16 March 1947; redesignated Holloman Air Force Base, 4145th Air Force Base Unit, 11 February 1948; HQ & HQ Sq, 2754th Air Force Base, 28 August 1948; HQ & HQ Sq, 2754th Experimental Wing, 5 October 1949; 6540th Missile Test Wing, 30 June 1951; 6580th Missile Test Wing, I September 1952. HQ 6560th Missile Test Wing redesignated Holloman Air Development Center, 10 October 1952; Air Force Missile Development Center, 1 September 1957; inactivated 1 August 1970.

Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory. Constituted, activated, and organized 25 October 1963.

Air Force Satellite Control Facility. Field Office of Air Force Ballistic Missile Division activated 15 August 1958. Headquarters 6594th Test Wing designated and organized 6 April 1959. Field Office of Air Force Ballistic Missile Division disestablished 1 June 1959. 6594th Test Wing redesignated 6594th Test Wing (Satellite), 15 January I960; Aerospace Test Wing, 1 November 1961; discontinued 1 July 1965. Air Force Satellite Control Facility designated and organized 1 July 1965.

Air Force Special Weapons Center. Special Weapons Command established 1 December 1949; redesignated Air Force Special Weapons Center, 1 April 1952; inactivated I April 1976.

Air Force Weapons Laboratory. Constituted, activated, and organized 1 May 1963.

Armament Division. Established as Army Air Forces School of Applied Tactics (AAAFSAT), 27 October 1942; redesignated AAF Tactical Center, 16 October 1943; AAF Center, 1 June 1945; AAF Proving Ground Command. 8 March 1946; Air Proving Ground Command, 10 July 1946; Air Proving Ground, 20 January 1948; Air Proving Ground Command. 20 December 1951; Air Proving Ground Center. 1 December 1957; Armament Development and Test Center, 15 July 1968; and Armament Division, I October 1979.

Arnold Engineering Development Center. Air Engineering Development Division established as a separate operating agency, I January 1950; redesignated Arnold Engineering Development Center, 2 August 1951.

Ballistic Systems Division. (See Space Division)

Contract Management Division. Constituted and activated 4 January 1965.

Deputy Commander for Aerospace Systems. (See Space Division)

Eastern Space and Missile Center. Advance Headquarters of Joint Long Range Proving Ground established 1 October 1949; redesignated Long Range Proving Division, 16 May 1950; Air Force Missile Test Center, 30 June 1951; Air Force Eastern Test Range, 15 May 1964; East Space and Missile Center, 1 October 1979.

Electronic Systems Division. Headquarters Air Force Command and Control Development Division constituted, activated, and organized 16 November 1959; discontinued 1 April 1961. Electronic Systems Division constituted, activated, and organized 1 April 1961.

Foreign Technology Division. Air Technical Intelligence Center established 21 May 1951; redesignated Aerospace Technical Intelligence Center, 21 September 1959; discontinued 1 July 1961. Foreign Technology Division constituted, activated, and organized 1 July 1961.

Rome Air Development Center. Established 12 June 1951.

Space Division. Western Development Division designated and organized 1 July 1954; redesignated Air Force Ballistic Missile Division, 1 June 1957; discontinued 1 April 1961. Ballistic Systems Division and Space Systems Division established 1 April 1961 (both assigned to Deputy Commander for Aerospace Systems). Space and Missile Systems Organization established 1 July 1967; redesignated Space Division, I October 1979.

Space Systems Division. (See Space Division).

Office of Aerospace Research. Air Force Research Division constituted, activated, and organized 15 January 1960. Relieved of assignment to AFSC, redesignated Office of Aerospace Research, and designated as a separate operating agency, 1 April 1961; inactivated 1 July 1970.

I1.1 Integration of the Holloman-White Sands Missile Test Ranges, 1947-1952. Kent C. Redmond, n.d. 74 pp.

I1.2 Buying the USAF Aerospace Force. Margaret C. Bagwell, n.d. 118 pp.

I1.3 The B -70 Story; The Evolution of Weapon System 110A. (S) Donald R. McVeigh and Cecil H. Uyehara. n.d. 85 pp.

I1.4 The Genesis of the Air Force Systems Command. Ernest G. Schwie-bert. 1961, 58 pp.

I1.5 The Proposal for Man-in-Space (1957-1958). (S) Ernest G. and Joye T. Schwiebert. n.d. 275 pp.

I1.6 Air Force Response to the Soviet Threat. (S) Ernest G. Schwiebert. n.d. 194 pp.

I1.7 Current ARDC Technical Effects: Project Cate. Spiro C. Manolas. 1961. 85 pp.

I1.8 The Intercontinental Ballistic Missile and Vandenberg Air Force Base. (S) Margaret C. Bagwell. 1961. 43 pp.

I1.9 Administrative History of the European Office of Aerospace Research and Development: 1952-1975. Robert F. Phillips. 1977. 150 pp.

I1.10 An Air Force Command for R&D. 1949-1976: The History of ARDC/AFSC. Capts. Dennis J. Stanley and John J. Weaver. 1977. 345 pp.

I1.11 The A-X Specialized Air Support Aircraft: Origins and Concept Phase. 1961-1970. (S) Edward C. Mishler. 1977. 117 pp.

I1.12 The A-10 Close Support Aircraft: From Development to Production, 1970-1976 George M. Watson. 1979. 136 pp.

I1.13 The Development and Acquisition of the GAU-8/A: The A-10's "Tank Buster." (S) Malcolm D. Wall. 1981. 92 pp.

I1.14 The Advanced Medium Short-Take-Off-and-Landing Transport (AMST) and the Minimum Engineering Development Program. George M. Watson. 1982. 115 pp.

AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIVISION

I2.1 The Establishment of WADC. Margaret A. Kennedy and Robert L. Perry. 1953. 140 pp.

I2.2 History of Project Brass Ring. (S) Delmer J. Trester. 1953. 144 pp.

I2.3 Atomic Weapon Delivery Developments for Fighter Aircraft. (S) Delmer J. Trester. 1954. 202 pp.

I2.4 Development of the Snark Guided Missile. (S) Robert L. Perry. 1956. 160 pp.

I2.5 Development of the Bomarc Guided Missile. (S) Donald R. McVeigh. 1956. 104 pp.

I2.6 Development of the Navaho Guided Missile, 1945-1953. (S) J. Allen Neal. 1956. 95 pp.

I2.7 Development of the Rascal Guided Missile. Julius King. 1956. 95 pp.

I2.8 The Development of the B-52 Aircraft, 1945-1953. (S) Warren E. Greene. 1956. 211 pp.

I2.9 Development of the Matador Guided Missile. (S) Max Rosenberg. 1956. 180 pp.

I2.10 Development of the F-102 Aircraft. (S) Warren E. Greene, Donald R. McVeigh, and Robert L. Perry. 1957. 183 pp.

I2.11 Special Weapons Effects on Aircraft. (S) Julius King. 1957. 177 pp.

I2.12 History: Development of Methods for Escape from High Speed Aircraft. J. Allen Neal. 1958. 416 pp.

I2.13 The Development of Nuclear Propulsion for USAF Aircraft. (S) Julius King, Donald R. McVeigh, and Robert L. Perry. 1958. 241 pp.

I2.14 WADC Support of Project Wex Val,. 1957 1958. (S) Donald R. McVeigh. 1959. 98 pp.

I2.15 Development of the X-15 Research Aircraft. 1954-1959. (S) Robert S. Houston. 1959. 215 pp.

I2.16 The Structural Integrity Program. (S) Donald R. McVeigh. 1959. 134 pp.

I2.17 Turbofan Engine Developments, 1953-1960. (C) Donald R. McVeigh. 1960. 61 pp.

I2.18 The Development of Armament Subsystems for the B-70. (C) Gary P. Baden. 1960. 127 pp.

I2.19 Development of the SM-64 Navaho Missile, 1954-1958. (S) Staff. 1961. 136 pp.

I2.20 Development of Airborne Armament, 1910-1961. 4 vols. (S) Gary P. Baden. 1961. 722 pp.

I2.21 Development of the GAM-77 Hound Dog Missile, 1957-1961. (S) Albert E. Misenko. 1961. 334 pp.

I2.22 History of the Development of the GAM-72 Quail Missile, 1953-1962. (S) Charles G. Worman. 1962. 211 pp.

I2.23 History of the X-20A Dyna-Soar. Clarence J. Geiger. 1963. 159 pp.

I2.24 Termination of the X 20A Dyna-Soar. Clarence J. Geiger. 1964. 55 pp.

I2.25 History of the GAM-87 Skybolt Air-to-Surface Ballistic Missile. (S) Charles G. Worman. 1967. 245 pp.

I2.26 History of the Development of the B-58 Bomber. Nov 1965-June 1970. Richard D. Thomas, n.d. 403 pp.

I2.27 Personnel Data Sourcebook, 1927-1971: ASD-AFLC-WPAFB. Charles E. Brooks, Celestine A. Furia, and Albert E. Misenko. 1971. 136 pp.

I2.28 F-16, Prototype to Air Combat Fighter: 1971-1975. (S) Clarence J. Geiger. 1975. 75 pp.

I2.29 C-5A "Galaxy," 1961-65. (S) Michael H. Levy. 1978. 200 pp.

I2.30 Engineering History from McCook Field to the Aeronautical Systems Division. 1917-1978. Albert E. Misenko arid Philip H. Pollock. 1979. (updated periodically). 270 pp.

I2.31 AGM-69A SRAM. (S) Clarence J. Geiger. 1980. 132 pp.

AEROSPACE MEDICAL DIVISION

I3.1 Fifty Years of Aerospace Medicine, 1918-1968. Green Peyton. 1968. 284 pp.

I3.2 Chronology of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine. John W. Bul-lard. 1976.'56 pp.

I3.3 Chronology of the Aerospace Medical Division. John W. Bullard. 1980. 51 pp.

AIR FORCE FLIGHT TEST CENTER

I4.1 The Rocket Research Aircraft Program, 1946-1962. C. V. Eppley. 1963. 32 pp.

I4.2 History of the USAF Experimental Flight Test Pilot School, 4 Feb 1951-12 Oct 1961. C. V. Eppley. 1963. 40 pp.

I4.3 The Testing of the A-7D. James T. Bear. 1973. 185 pp.

I4.4 Flight Test Programs, 1952-1974. Lucille Zacardi. 1979. 55 pp.

I4.5 Index to All Aircraft Mentioned in Edwards AFB Histories, 1942-1974. Lucille Zacardi. 1981. 105 pp.

AIR FORCE GEOPHYSICS LABORATORY

I5.1 Solar Terrestrial Research at the Geophysics Research Directorate. Staff. I960. 35 pp.

I5.2 Terminal History of the Air Force Cambridge Research Center, I July 1959-30 June 1960. Harry C. Jordan. 1962. 52 pp.

I5.3 New Technologies and Knowledge: A Survey of the Early Emergence at AFCRL. L. E. Woods. 1970. 28 pp.

AIR FORCE MISSILE DEVELOPMENT CENTER

I6.1 GAPA: Holloman's First Missile Program, 1947-1950. David Bushnell. n.d. 6 pp.

I6.2 History of Project Home Front, 1954-1957. David Bushnell. n.d. 175 pp.

I6.3 History of Flight Support. 1946-1957. David Bushnell. n.d. 154 pp.

I6.4 History of Water Use and Resources. David Bushncll. 1955. 160 pp, plus appendix.

I6.5 History of Holloman Housing, 1942-1957. David Bushnell. 1957. 147 pp, plus appendix.

I6.6 The Beginnings of Research in Space Biology at the Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB. N. Mex., 1946-1952. James S. Hanrahan. 1958. 28 pp.

I6.7 Major Achievements in Space Biology of the AF Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, N. Mex. David Bushnell. 1958. 61 pp.

I6.8 History of Research in Subgravity and Zcro-g at the AF Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, N. Mex., 1948-1958. David Bushnell. 1958. 40 pp.

I6.9 Major Achievements in Biodynamics: Escape Physiology at the AF Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, N. Mex., 1953-1958. David Bushnell. 1958. 56 pp.

I6.10 Administrative History of the Aeromedical Field Laboratory 1951-1958, at the Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, N. Mex. David Bushnell. 1958. 36 pp.

I6.11 Research Accomplishments in Biodynamics Deceleration and Impact at the Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, N. Mex., 1955-1958. David Bushnell. 1958. 67 pp.

I6.12 History of Research in Space Biology and Biodynamics, 1946-1958. David Bushncll. 1958. 114 pp.

I6.13 AFMDC Origin and Operation of the First Holloman Track, 1949-1956. David Bushnell. 1959. 120 pp.

I6.14 The Beginnings of Guidance System Testing at the Air Force Missile Development Center, 1955-1959. David Bushnell. 1960. 51 pp.

I6.15 Development of the Nation's Leading Test-Track Facility, 1956-1960. David Bushncll. 1960. 168 pp.

I6.16 Human Scientific and Technical Capabilities at Holloman AFB: Their Origins and Development. Theodore Saloutos. 1960. 130 pp.

I6.17 Contributions of Balloon Operations to Research and Development at the Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, N. Mex., 1947-1958. David Bushnell. 1961. 140 pp.

I6.18 The Aeromedical Field Laboratory Mission, Organization, and Track-Test Programs, 1958-1960. David Bushnell. 1961. 64 pp.

I6.19 Guidance Testing at the AF Missile Development Center, I960. David Bushnell. 1961. 57 pp.

I6.20 The Air Force Missile Development Center Guidance Test Complex, 1961. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1962. 412 pp.

I6.21 Holloman High Speed Track Testing, July 1961-Dec 1962. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1962. 217 pp, plus appendix.

I6.22 History of the 6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory, July-Dec 1962. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1963. 187 pp.

I6.23 Development of the Nations Leading Test-Track Facility, 1948-1964. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1964. 12 pp.

I6.24 Recoverable Orbital Launch System (ROLS). Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1965. 27 pp.

I6.25 Holloman and Southeast Asia, July 1964-Dec 1965. Lloyd H. Cornett. Jr. 1966. 79 pp.

I6.26 History of the 6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory. Jan 1964-Dec 1965. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1966. 296 pp, plus appendix.

I6.27 Holloman and Southeast Asia, Jan-June 1966. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1966. 55 pp.

I6.28 Holloman and Southeast Asia, July-Dec 1966. Lloyd H. Cornell, Jr. 1967. 60 pp.

I6.29 Holloman and Southeast Asia, Jan-June 1967. Lloyd H. Cornett. Jr. 1967. 79 pp.

I6.30 Efforts to Extend the Holloman High Speed Test Track, 1953-1967. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1967. 29 pp, plus appendix.

I6.31 The Facet Eye Camera System. 1958-1966. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1968. 106 pp, plus appendix.

I6.32 Horizontal Takeoff and Horizontal Landing. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1968. 28 pp.

I6.33 Blast Effects Testing, 1962-1967. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1968. 62 pp, plus appendix.

I6.34 Holloman and Southeast Asia, July-Dec 1967. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1968. 95 pp.

I6.35 Holloman High Speed Track Testing. Jan 1963-Dec 1967. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1968. 241 pp, plus appendix.

AIR FORCE ROCKET PROPULSION LABORATORY

I7.1 Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Systems Support through 1965. L. F. Herzbcrg. 1966. 149 pp.

I7.2 Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Achievements, FY 1966: "A Chronology." L. F. Herzberg. n.d. 131 pp.

I7.3 Cap Pistol. Samuel R. Spencer. 1968. 50 pp.

AIR FORCE SPECIAL WEAPONS CENTER—AIR FORCE WEAPONS LABORATORY

I8.1 History of Air Force Atomic Cloud Sampling. (S) Ward A. Minge. 1963. 343 pp.

I8.2 Project Jason: Air Force Special Weapons Center's Role in the Argus Experiments. (S) Ward A. Minge. 1964. 130 pp.

I8.3 Origin of the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. (S) Ward A. Minge. 1964. 207 pp.

I8.4 History of Air Force Participation in Operation Dominic, Sep 1961-Mar 1962. (S) Harrell Roberts. 1966. 192 pp.

I8.5 Project Orion: An Air Force Bid for Strategic Role in Space. (S) Ward A. Minge. 1968. 135 pp.

I8.6 Combat Trap: Development of an Instant Helicopter Landing Zone Clearing Device: 1964-1968. (S) Jose M. Matheson. 1975. 103 pp.

I8.7 MAFFS: Modular Airborne Fire Fighting Systems. Robert W. Duffner, in History of AFWL Vol III, I Jan-31 Dec 1974. 1979. 71 pp.

I8.8 Laser Armed B-1 Study. (S) Lt. Mark Richardson, in History of AFWL, 1 Jan-31 Dec 1977. 1981. 16 pp.

I8.9 Laser Armed F-15 Concept, Development and Progress. (S) Lt. Mark Richardson, in History of AFWL, 1 Jan-31 Dec 1976. 1981. 22 pp.

I8.10 Laser Application and Analysis: From Laser Weapons Mission Analysis to Short Range Applied Technology to Heltas, 1973-1978. (S) Capt. James T. Stensvaag, in History of AFWL, 1 Jan-31 Dec 1978. 1981. 16 pp.

ARMAMENT DIVISION

I9.1 Operation New Arrivals, Phase I (Parts I, II, III), Apr-Sep 1975. Melvin M. Kessler and Russel Roth. 1976. Part 1 - 13 pp, II - 19 pp, III - 15 pp.

I9.2 Hurricane Eloise, A Log of Events, 19-26 Sep 1975. Russel Roth. 1976. 18 pp.

I9.3 Forest Transformed 1913-1942, Background of the Establishment of the Army Air Forces Proving Ground Command, 1 Apr 1942. Russel Roth. 1976. 51 pp.

I9.4 Operation Red, White, and Blue, 1 May-26 Sep 1980. Melvin M. Kessler. 1980. 96 pp.

ARNOLD ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT CENTER

I10.1 First Phase Service Funding, FY 1969. Herbert H. Kissling. 1970. 90 pp.

I10.2 Chronology of the Arnold Engineering Development Center. 10 Aug 1944-30 June 1970. Staff, n.d. 138 pp.

I10.3 Compressor Blade Failure and Replacement Efforts. Herbert H. Kiss-ling. 1974. 190 pp.

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT DIVISION

I11.1 DOD Project 60 and the Activation of the Air Force Contract Management Division. Fred E. Bartlett. 1966. 88 pp.

I11.2 Sixty Years of Contract Management. Robert D. Bickett, Lloyd S. Spancake, John M. Weidman, Fred E. Bartlett. 1967. 115 pp.

I11.3 PIC: A Quest for Management Information. Fred E. Bartlett. 1967. 96 pp.

I11.4 Origin of the F-I6 Multinational Program: 1970- 1977. (S) Kenneth Rogers and Charles R. Janson. 1983. 148 pp.

EASTERN SPACE AND MISSILE CENTER

I12.1 Summary of Pan American Contract History, 1954-1958. Marven R. Whipple. 1959. 64 pp.

I12.2 Atlantic Missile Range/Eastern Test Range Index of Missile Launch-ings, 1950-1974. 14 documents. Marven L. Whipple. 1960-1971 (issued periodically by fiscal year). 793 pp.

I12.3 AFMTC/AFETR Index of Military Units Assigned and Attached. 1949-1973. 8 documents. Marven L, Whipple, Mary S. Touchstone, and Kathryn A. Lansdowne. 1961-1974 (issued periodically). 656 pp.

I12.4 Evolution of AFMTC/AFETR Staff Offices, 1949-1967. 4 documents. Mary S. Touchstone and William T. Callaway. 1961-1968 (issued periodically). 438 pp.

I12.5 Growth and Development of the Atlantic Missile Range, July 1950-June 1960. Marven R. Whipple. 1961. 27 pp.

I12.6 Major Reorganizations and Functional Changes AFMTC/AFETR, 1954-1964. Mary S. Touchstone. 1964. 62 pp.

I12.7 An Index to Missile Launchings from AFETR: July 1974- July 1975. (S) Marven R. Whipple. 1975. 40 pp.

I12.8 Chronology of the Atlantic Missile Range and Air Force Missile Test Center 1938-1959. 1975. 163 pp.

I12.9 Chronology of the Atlantic Missile Range and Air Force Eastern Test Range 1960-1969. 1976. 173 pp.

I12.10 Index of Missile Launchings (From AFETR), July 1975- June 1976. (S) Marven R. Whipple. 1976. 50 pp.

I12.11 Index of Missile Launchings (From AFETR), July-Dee 1976. (S) Marven R. Whipple. 1977. 23 pp.

I12.12 Index of Missile Launchings (From AFETR), CY 1977. (S) Kathryn A. Lansdowne. 1978. 63 pp.

I12.13 Index of Missile Launchings (From AFETR). CY 1978. (S) Kathryn A. Lansdowne. 1979. 50 pp.

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DIVISION

I13.1 History of the Air Force Command and Control Development Division, 18 Nov 1959-31 Mar 1961. Howard R. Murphy. 1964. 71 pp.

113.2 SAGE: Background and Origins. Charles J. Smith. 1964. 72 pp.

I13.3 Meeting the Challenge: ESD and the Cobra Dane Construction Effort on Shemya Island. E. Michael Del Papa. 1979. 52 pp.

I13.4 A Historical Chronology of the Electronic Systems Division: 1947-1980. E. Michael Del Papa. 1981. 74 pp.

I13.5 Of Missiles and Microwaves: ESD and the Pave Paws Radar Systems. E. Michael Del Papa. 1981. 81 pp.

I13.6 Development of the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) and the E-3A Brassboard: 1961 -1972. (S) Vincent C. Breslin. 1983. 35 pp.

I13.7 The Air Force Goes to Southeast Asia: ESD and the Cobra Judy Program. (S) E. Michael Del Papa. 1983. 55 pp.

I13.8 Of Missile and Microwaves: ESD and the Pave Paws System. E. Michael Del Papa. 1983. 62 pp.

FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIVISION

I14.1 PNUTS: FTDs Interaction with the United States Scientific and Intelligence Community, 1963 1974. (TS) Bill B. Stacy. 1976. 130 pp.

ROME AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER

I15.1 Administrative and Technical Chronology of Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss AFB. New York: Feb 1942-June 1975. Leland R. Jones. 1976. 33 pp.

SPACE DIVISION

I16.1 Site Activation Chronology, Atlas E and Titan I Sites: From Site Selection through Dec I960. Robert L. Perry, n.d. 23 pp.

I16.2 The Development of the SM-80 Minuteman. (S) Robert F. Piper. 1962. 210 pp.

I16.3 History of DCAS, 1961. William D. Putnam. 1962. 110 pp.

I16.4 The Development of the SM-68 Titan. (S) Warren E. Greene. 1962. Vol 1 - 161 pp. Vol II — 267 pp. Vol III — 230 pp.

I16.5 Aerospace—The Evolution of USAF Weapons Acquisition Policy, 1945-1961. Ethel M. DeHaven. 1962.

Vol I—183 pp
Vol II — 400 pp
Vol III — 400 pp
Vol IV — 200 pp.

I16.6 Origins of the USAF Space Program, 1945-1956. Robert L. Perry. 1962. 68 pp.

I16.7 The Site Program 1961. Clyde R. Littlefield. 1962. 104 pp.

I16.8 Site Activation: Policies, Plans, Decisions, 1954-1961. Doris E. Kru-dener. 1963. 171 pp.

I16.9 The Space Systems Division Background, 1957-1962. (S) Robert F. Piper. 1963. 110 pp.

I16.10 History of Titan III, 1961-1963. Robert F. Piper. 1964. 172 pp.

I16.11 Chronology of Early Air Force Man-In-Space Activity, 1955-1960. Staff. 1965. 44 pp.

I16.12 Summary History: Air Force Missile and Space Development Facilities, Los Angeles, Calif., 1954-1964. Staff. 1965. 36 pp.

I16.13 History of the Mobile Mid-Range Ballistic Missile, Phase I: Definition. (S) Warren E. Greene. 1966. 224 pp.

I16.14 History of the START Program and the SV-5 Configuration. John Vitelli. 1967. 240 pp.

I16.15 Creation of the Space and Missile Systems Organization. Fred E. Bart-lett. 1969. 110 pp.

I16.16 Loss and Recovery of the First DMSP Block 5D Spacecraft, Sep 1976 to May 1977: A Case Study. (S) Timothy C. Hanley. 1979. 41 pp.

I16.17 Space and Missile Organization: A Chronology 1954-1979. John Greenwood, Thomas S. Snyder, and Timothy C. Hanley. 1980. 472 pp.

OFFICE OF AEROSPACE RESEARCH

I17.1 A Summary View of the AFOSR Solid State Sciences Program. Herbert C. Winnik. 1961. 42 pp.

I17.2 Project Cat Eye: A History of Light Amplification Research at the Aeronautical Research Laboratory 1952-1960. Gare P. LeCompte. 1962. 96 pp.

I17.3 The Sacramento Peak Observatory 1947-1962. David Bushnell. 1962. 77 pp.

I17.4 A Decade of Chemical Research: History of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Chemistry Program. Nick A. Komons. 1962. 134 pp.

I17.5 Office of Aerospace Research Chronology. Staff. 1962. 32 pp.

I17.6 History of Mathematical Statistics Research at the Aeronautical Research Laboratories. Harry J. Eisenman. 1962. 52 pp.

I17.7 Development of the Air Force Research Grant Program. Nick A. Komons. 1963. 94 pp.

I 17.8 History of the Office of Research Analyses. David Bushnell and Nick A. Komons. 1963. 120 pp.

I 17.9 The Air Force and Nuclear Physics: A History of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Nuclear Physics Program. Nick A. Komons and David Bushnell. 1963. 142 pp.

I17.10 Cadmium Sulfide: A History of Semiconductor Research at the Aerospace Research Laboratories. Nick A. Komons. 1964. 77 pp.

I17.11 The Churchill Research Range: A History of Its Acquisition and Management by the Air Force. Robert F. Phillips. 1964. 96 pp.

I17.12 Science and the Air Force: A History of the Office of Scientific Research. Nick A. Komons. 1966. 175 pp.

I17.13 Office of Aerospace Research Chronology 1945-1968. Staff. 1968. 93 pp.

J. AIR TRAINING COMMAND (ATC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Army Air Forces Training Command established 31 July 1943; redesignated Air Training Command, 1 July 1946.

J1.1The Role of Civilian Contractors in the Training of Military Pilots. Richard F. McMullen. 1955. 103 pp.

J1.2 Liaison and Helicopter Training for Army Aviation: Personnel Programs and Controversies, 1945-1955. William R. Porretto. 1955. 135 pp.

J1.3 Background and Development of Mobile Training, 1917-1955. Raymond C. Hufford. 1955. 100 pp.

J1.4 A Historical Synopsis of Lackland AFB Activities, Feb 1941-Dec 1957. Andrew T. Garza and Juan M. Rivera. 1958. 82 pp.

J1.5 ATC Activity During the Cuban Crisis. (C) Staff. 1962. 49 pp.

J1.6 ATC Support of the F/RF-4C Weapon System, 1962-1964. (S) William T. Hitchings. 1968. 287 pp.

J1.7 Air Training Command Organization; A 30-Year View, 1943-1974. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1974. 75 pp.

J1.8 Bases, Bosses, and Budgets of the Air Training Command, 1943 1974. Lloyd H. Cornett, Jr. 1974. 71 pp.

J1.9 Gateway to the Air Force. Lawrence R. Benson and SSgt Robert D. Jones. 1975. 58 pp.

J1.10 Chanute Field: The Hum of the Motor Replaced the Song of the Reaper, 1917-1921. Thomas S. Snyder. 1975. 95 pp.

J1.11 The USAF Special Treatment Center and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers, 1971 1974. Lawrence R. Benson. 1975. 119 pp.

J1.12 Concepts and Programs for Future Undergraduate Pilot Training. David W. Shircliffe. 1975. 89 pp.

J1.13 A History of Fire Protection Training at Chanute Air Force Base, 1964-1976. George Y. Coats. 1977. 65 pp.

J1.14 Air Training Command's Support of Forces in Southeast Asia, 1961 1973. Warren A. Trest and Jay E. Hines. 1978. 167 pp.

J1.15 History of Foreign Training in ATC, 1941 -1976. Jay E. Hines. 1979. 128 pp.

J1.16 Tornado 1979. Kenneth Rogers. 1979. 35 pp.

J1.17 Major Changes in Undergraduate Pilot Training, 1939-1979. David W. Shircliffe. 1980. 22 pp.

J1.18 Student Flow Management in Air Training Command, 1943-1979. Wayne W. Thompson. 1980. 65 pp.

J1.19 Contract Flying Training in Air Training Command, 1939 1980. Barry H. Nickle. 1981. 58 pp.

J1.20 Keesler Field: Inception to Pearl Harbor. 1939-1941. Dale M. Titler and Gary M. Murphy. 1981. 101 pp.

J1.21 Major Changes in Undergraduate Navigator Training, 1940-1980. Barry H. Nickle. 1981. 15 pp.

K. AIR UNIVERSITY (AU)

The following section contains no classified information.

Air Service School established 25 February 1920; redesignated Air Service Field Officers' School, July 1920, Air Service Tactical School, November 1922, Air Corps Tactical School, 1926, Army Air Forces School, 29 November 1945, Air University, 12 March 1946.

K1.1 Role of Air University in the Development of Air Force Doctrine. George N. Dubina. 1956. 54 pp.

K1.2 Chronology: Maxwell Field-Maxwell AFB, Including Principal Operating Units and the Air University. 1910 1957. George N. Dubina. 1964. 575 pp.

K1.3 Compendium of Positive Statements. George N. Dubina. 1965. 64 pp.

K.1.4 Air University and the Arkansas Matter. George N. Dubina. 1965. 27 pp.

K1.5 Air University and Principal Units: Their Anniversaries and Designations, 1946-1965. George N. Dubina. 1965. 56 pp.

K1.6 Doctoral Program, School of Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology, July 1965. Howard W. Barlow. 1965 . 22 pp.

K1.7 Past Air University Commanders and Succession Lists Concerning the Command and Principal Operating Units, 1945-1965. George N. Dubina. 1965. 54 pp.

K1.8 Memoralization in the Air University, 1946-1966. George N. Dubina. 1966. 41 pp.

K1.9 History of the USAF Hospital, Maxwell. Foye O. Stacey. 1966. 22 pp;

K1.10 The Air University Award, 1958-1965. George N. Dubina. 1966. 22 pp.

K1.11 History of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. Linwood Smith and Ileana Brown. 1966. 37 pp.

K1.12 History of the Aerospace Studies Institute. Albert F. Simpson. 1966. 26 pp.

K1.13 History of the Extension Course Institute. Jane Hooker. 1965. 32 pp.

K1.14 History of the Academic Instructor and Allied Officer School. Ronald R. Craig. 1966. 18 pp.

K1.15 History of the Warfare Systems School. R. ft. Parsons. 1966. 37 pp.

K1.16 History of the Squadron Officer School. Stanton R. Jensen. 1966. 37 pp.

K1.17 History of the 3825th Support Group: Academic. David S. Salver. 1966. 45 pp.

K1.18 History of the Air Command and Staff College. Marvin I. Cohen and R. H. Jackson. 1966. 30 pp.

K1.19 Air University Calendar, 1946-1966. George N. Dubina. 1966. 23 pp.

K1.20 Air University and Command Units' Coats of Arms. 1929-1966. George N. Dubina. 1966. 50 pp.

K1.21 History of the 3800th Air Base Wing. John M. Burns 11, Eugene J. Kovarik, and Charles Morgensen. 1966. 41 pp.

K1.22 History of the Air Force Institute of Technology. Barbara A. Wechsler. 1966. 31 pp.

K1.23 History of the Air University Library. John K. Cameron, n.d. 34 pp.

K1.24 Mission and History of the Air University, 1946-1966. George N. Dubina. 1966. 27 pp.

KI.25 History of the Air War College. Robert W. Schmidt, n.d. 74 pp.

K1.26 Air University Allied Officers. George N. Dubina. 1968. 109 pp.

K1.27 Air University Statistics. 1946-1966. George N. Dubina. 1968. 10 pp.

K1.K1.28 Maxwell: The Man and the Installation. Juliette D. Pearce. 1968. 19 pp.

K1.29 Air University Historical Program (AUOl-H). George N. Dubina. 1968. 11 pp.

K1.30 Air University Board of Visitors: A Brief Analytical History, 1946-1968. George N. Dubina. 1968. 85 pp.

K1.31 DCS/Comptroller, Headquarters Air University. Today and Yesterday. Juliette D. Pearce. 1969. 33 pp.

K1.32 Distaff Members of the Air University. Juliette D. Pearce. 1970. 43 pp.

K1.33 [Available only at USAFHRC] DeWeerd Photographic Collection (Early Aviation). George N. Dubina. 1970. 64 pp.

K1.34 Tokens of Appreciation: Air University Museum Properties. George N. Dubina. 1970. 18 pp.

K1.35 Mission and Lineage. George N. Dubina. 1970. 42 pp.

K1.36 Dedication and Significant Events. George N. Dubina. 1970. 49 pp.

K1.37 Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps College Scholarship Program, 1965-1970. Clair Mechtell. 1970. 17 pp.

K1.38 Squadron Officer Course Facilities: A Pictorial, 1952. George N. Dubina. 1970. 55 pp.

K1.39 History of the Air Force Chaplain School: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Marjorie Baker. 1971. 20 pp.

K.I.40 History of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps: Silver Anniversary Command Edition. 1946-1971. Ileana S. Brown. 1971. 36 pp.

KI.41 History of the Aerospace Studies Institute: Silver Anniversary Command Edition. 1946-1971. Donald M. Bishop. 1971. 29 pp.

Ki.42 History of the Air University Institute for Professional Development: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. William McFar-land. 1971. 45 pp.

K1.43 History of the USAF Regional Hospital, Maxwell: Silver Anniversary Command Edition. 1946-1971. Fred C. Statzer. 1971. 26 pp.

K1.44 History of the Air Command and Staff College: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Michael Burke. 1971. 79 pp.

K1.45 History of the Squadron Officer School: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Clarence Savellc. 1971. 57 pp.

K1.46 History of the Academic Instructor and Allied Officer School: Silver Anniversary Command Edition. 1946-1971. Ruth K. Werfel. 1971. 29 pp.

K1.47 History of the 3800th Air Base Wing: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Sara V. Greer. 1971. 36 pp.

K1.48 History of the 3825th Support Group. Academic: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. William A. Addison, Jr. 1971. 27 pp.

K1.49 History of the 3826th Command and Control Group: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Ronald Bridston. 1971. 11 pp.

K1.50 History of the Air Force Institute of Technology: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Madelyn M. Stem. 1971. 38 pp.

K1.51 History of Extension Course Institute—Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Jane Hooker. 1971. 19 pp.

K1.52 Air University Silver Anniversary, Mar 1946-1971. George N. Dubina. 1971. 70 pp.

K1.53 History of the Air University Library: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946-1971. Marjorie Atkinson. 1971. 44 pp.

K1.54 Commanders, the Air University, 1946-1971. George N. Dubina. 1971. 43 pp.

K1.55 Air University's Austin Hall. George N. Dubina. 1971. 14 pp.

K1.56 History of the Air War College: Silver Anniversary Command Edition, 1946 1971. Robert W. Schmidt, n.d. 43 pp.

K1.57 AAF/USAF Educational Conferences. George N. Dubina. 1972. 37 pp.

K1.58 Air University Forges Education and Leadership Roles. George N. Dubina. 1972. 139 pp.

K1.59 Operation Homecoming. George N. Dubina. 1973. 36 pp.

K1.60 Professional Update Program for Returned Prisoners of War: The Overall Program, 30 Apr-27 July 1973. Robert W. Schmidt. 1973. 26 pp.

K1.61 The AFIT/SL CREATE Story. JoAnne Robinson. 1974. 41 pp.

K1.62 Flying with Orvvlle Wright, Montgomery, Ala.. 1910: A Chronology. George N. Dubina. 1974. 13 pp.

K1.63 Years of the Tiger. Russell V. Ritchey. 1974. 83 pp.

K1.64 A Brief History of Gunter Air Force Station, 1940-1980. Jerome A. Ennels. 1981. 84 pp.

L. ALASKAN AIR COMMAND (AAC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Alaskan Air Force established 15 January 1942; redesignated Eleventh Air Force, February 1942. Alaskan Air Command, 21 December 1945.

L1.1 Cold Weather Operations, 57th Fighter Group. Winter of 48-49. Harry B. Bailey. 1949. 45 pp.

L1.2 History of Aircraft Control and Warning System, 1945-1950. Staff. 1951. 140 pp.

L1.3 Concept and Status of Forward Fighter Bases in the Alaskan Air Command. Staff. 1952. 13 pp.

L1.4 ALCANUS CPX: Lost Weekend II. Staff. 1953. 19 pp.

L1.5 Development of Aircraft Control and Warning in Alaska. Staff. 1953. 136 pp.

L1.6 Evolution of the Figher-Bomber Concept in Alaska. Ira E. Chart. 1953. 45 pp.

L1.7 Background to Communications in Alaskan Air Defense. Ira E. Chart. 1954. 113 pp.

L1.8 Construction and Operation of a World War II Army and Air Force Forward Base: Shemya, Alaska, May 1943-Dec 1945. Capt. James L. Ross. 1969. 111 pp.

L1.9 Highlights of History: The Alaskan Air Command and its Predecessors, 1901-1970. (Update of 1967 ed). E. Marie Salley and Duane Meslon. 1971. 59 pp.

L1.10 Mustangs to Phantoms: A Capsule History of the 21st Composite Wing, Alaskan Air Command. Charles E. Lockhart. 1973. 7 pp.

L1.11 The First Year of Operations of the 21st Organizational Maintenance Squadron. Michael E. Monaghan. 1974. 58 pp.

L1.12 Special Report, Joint Field Training Exercise, Jack Frost 75. John H. Cloe. 1975. 75 pp.

L1.13 Chronology of the 21st Composite Wing and Its Antecedents, 21 Apr 1944-30 June 1975. John H. Cloe. 1976. 38 pp.

L1.14 Sixty Years in the Defense of America, History of the 43rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 1917-1977. Capt. John E. Norvell. 1977. 51 pp.

L1.15 C-130D Support of the Greenland Ice Cape DYE Sites. John H. Cloe. 1978. 66 pp.

L1.16 Ice Islands of the Arctic, Alaskan Air Command's Arctic Experience. Michael Wise. 1979. 118 pp.

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(C) The following section is confidential in accordance with USAFINTEL. 201-6. The collective grouping of titles and information reveals confidential information. Individual titles are unclassified.



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M. ELECTRONIC SECURITY COMMAND (ESC)

United States Air Force Security Service established 20 October 1948; redesignated Electronic Security Command, 1 August 1979.

M1.1 Air Force Security Service and Korea. (TS) Russell Harriger. 1952. 103 pp.

M1.2 USAFSS in Korea, 1950-52. (TS) O. D. Dickey. 1954. 192 pp.

M1.3 Armed Forces Security Agency (AFSA) and USAFSS Relations, May 1949-Dec J 952. (TS) O. D. Dickey. 1955. 80 pp.

M1.4 USAFSS-NSA Relations, Oct 1952 to Sep 1954. (TS) O. D. Dickey. 1955. 64 pp.

M1.5 Development and Implementation of the Field Unit Analysis Program, 1953-1954. (TS) O. D. Dickey. 1955. 156 pp.

M1.6 The Application of Radar Surveillance Techniques to the Soviet Guided Missile Problem, 1954-1956. (TS) O. D. Dickey. 1957. 185 pp.

M1.7 History of Project Penn: The Establishment of a USAFSS Capability in Turkey, Sep 1951 to Apr 1953. (TS) William Dacko and Arthur Lagenkamp. n.d. 60 pp.

M1.8 History of USAFSS Operations, FY 56. (TS) Staff, n.d. 409 pp.

M1.9 History of USAFSS Operations, FY 57. (TS) Staff, n.d. 470 pp.

M1.10 History of USAFSS Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Operations, FY 58. (TS) Staff, n.d. 125 pp.

M1.11 History of Special Intelligence Processing and End-Product Reporting. FY 58. (TS) Staff, n.d. 119 pp.

M1.12 U.S. Special Intelligence Production on ICBM/ESV Activities, FY 58. (TS) O. D. Dickey, n.d. 84 pp.

M1.13 Communications and Communications Security (COMSEC) Operations, FY 58. (TS) Staff, n.d. 281 pp.

M1.14 Changes in National Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Concepts, FY 58. (TS) O. D. Dickey and Bob W. Rush. n.d. 88 pp.

M1.15 COMINT Collection Operations, FY 58. (TS) Staff, n.d. 212 pp.

M1.16 Achievement of Coherency in the National Intelligence Organization, FY 58. (TS) O. D. Dickey and Bob W. Rush. 1958. 40 pp.

M1.17 USAFSS Intelligence Interaction Operations, FY 58. (TS) Staff, n.d. 88 pp.

M1.18 Implementation and Expansion of the USAF Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Program, 1952-1955. (TS) Richard Ferry, n.d. 103 pp.

M1.19 Development and Expansion of USAFSS Capabilities in the Pacific Area, 1949-57. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 19 pp.

M1.20 The Development and Reorganization of USAFSS Special Intelligence Production Facilities, FY 59. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 32 pp.

M1.21 SI Processing and End-Product Reporting, FY 59. (TS) Staff, n.d. 127 pp.

M1.22 Development and Expansion of the Command Evaluation Program, Fy 59. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 33 pp.

M1.23 USAFSS Participation in the SAC System III Program, FY 59. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 14 pp.

M1.24 Special Intelligence Collection Operations, FY 59. (TS) O. D. Dickey and Bob W. Rush. n.d. 197 pp.

M1.25 Application of Radar Surveillance Techniques to Intelligence Collection Requirements, 1954-1956. (TS) O. D. Dickey, n.d. 76 pp.

M1.26 USAFSS ELI NT Operations, 1960-1961. (TS) Richard Ferry, n.d. 127 pp.

M1.27 Development of the U.S. COMINT Effort, 1949-1959. (TS) O. D. Dickey, n.d. 22 pp.

M1.28 USAFSS Airborne Operations, FY 1960-1961. (TS) James E. Pier-son. 1961. 188 pp.

M1.29 Development of the U.S. Electronic Intelligence (EL1NT) Effort: Policies and Doctrines. (S) O. D. Dickey, n.d. 20 pp.

M1.30 Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) History of the Alaskan Theatre. (S) Staff. 1962. 148 pp.

ML31 Development and Implementation of the Integrated Command Concept in USAFSS. (S) James E. Pierson. 1962. 57 pp.

ML32 Intelligence Systems Development. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1962. 181 pp.

M1.33 Development of the Three Echelon Reporting Concept, 1949-1952. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 10 pp.

M1.34 The Soviet Operational Surface-to-Surface Missile Problem. (TS) Burleigh Scammon. 1963. 13 pp.

M1.35 Organizational Development of USAFSS, 1948-1962. (S) Richard Ferry. 1963. 89 pp.

M1.36 History of Automatic Data Processing in USAFSS. (S) Harvey Yale. 1963. 39 pp.

M1.37 USAFSS Performance During the Cuban Crisis: Airborne Operations, Apr-Dec 1962, Vol I, (TS) T. N. Thompson, n.d. 75 pp.

M1.38 USAFSS Performance During the Cuban Crisis: Ground-based Operations, Oct-Dec 1962, Vol II. (TS) T. N. Thompson, n.d. 48 pp.

M1.39 USAFSS Performance During the Cuban Crisis: The Aftermath -Permanent Operations, Jan-Dec 1963, Vol III. (TS) T. N. Thompson, n.d. 80 pp.

M1.40 Growth of USAFSS Airborne Operations in Terms of Aircraft, 1954-1963. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 6 pp.

M1.41 The Development of a USAFSS Capability in Southeast Asia, 1962-1964. (TS) T. N. Thompson, n.d. 173 pp.

M1.42 Reorganization of the Air Force Cryptologic Depot. (S) Robert Pierce. 1964. 120 pp.

M1.43 The USAFSS Airborne Program: The Arctic Program, Vol I. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1964. 100 pp.

M1.44 The USAFSS Airborne Program: Europe and Pacific, Vol II. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1965. 215 pp.

M1.45 Development of an Airborne Tactical Intelligence Capability. (TS) Bob W. Rush. n.d. 11 pp.

M1.46 The United States Intelligence Board (USIB) Warning System, 1963 -1964. (TS) Staff, n.d. 16 pp.

M1.47 USAFSS Support in Southeast Asia, July 1964-Dec 1965. (TS) Jack Jamison, n.d. 136 pp.

M1.48 The Advisory Support Program, July 1961 Dec 1964. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1965. 173 pp.

M1.49 Securing Air Force Communications: The USAFSS Communications Security (COMSEC) Story, 1948-1958. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1966. 165 pp.

M1.50 History of Operation Bolo. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1967. 28 pp.

M1.51 Organizational Development of USAFSS, 1948-1966. (S) Josh Chapman. 1967. 89 pp.

M1.52 USAFSS Airborne Operations and Related Projects, Jan 1965-June 1966. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1967. 282 pp.

M1.53 Reorganization of the HQ USAFSS Engineering and Comm-Elec-tronics Staff. (S) T. N. Thompson. 1967. 128 pp.

M1.54 Project Goatley (Tethered Balloons). (S) T. N. Thompson. 1967. 51 pp.

M1.55 The Minuteman ICBM COMSEC Program, 1960-1966. (S) T. N. Thompson. 1967. 175 pp.

M1.56 Project Corona Harvest: A Report on Airborne Operations, Mar 1964-Aug 1967. (TS) Joseph Dean. 1967. 88 pp.

M1.57 Project Comfy Coat: Electronic Warfare Evaluation. (TS) Harvey Yale. 1967. 33 pp.

M1.58 Project Drill Press: Airborne Tactical Support Operation, Southeast Asia, July 1965-May 1966. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1967. 37 pp.

M1.59 Project Corona Harvest Input. (TS) Ernest Arthur. 1968. 39 pp.

M1.60 The Pueblo Incident, 23 Jan-1 Mar 1968. (TS) LeBaron Anderson. 1968. 67 pp.

M1.61 Commando Express: Reporting to Pacific Air Defense Analysis Facility (PADAF). (TS) James E. Pierson. 1968. 69 pp.

M1.62 The Emergency Reaction Unit (ERU) Deployment to South Korea as a Result of the Pueblo Incident, 23 Jan-19 Feb 1968. (TS) Virgil Hansen. 1968. 97 pp.

M1.63 The Joint Service Cryptologic Agency (SCA) Staff Action on Roles, Objectives, and Course of Action. (TS) Bob W. Rush. 1968. 71 pp.

M1.64 European Security Region Participation in Exercise Deep Furrow, 1968. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1969. 80 pp.

M1.65 Development of USAFSS Capability at Tan Son Nhut, 1965 1966. (TS) Kenneth Rogers, n.d. 13 pp.

M1.66 USAFSS Airborne Operations. (TS) Virgil Hansen. 1969. 91 pp.

M1.67 The Organization and Growth of the 6990th Security Squadron, July-Dec 1967. (TS) Stanley G. Burkinshaw. 1969. 157 pp.

M1.68 USAFSS in Korea, Jan 1968-Apr 1969. Vols I-IV. (TS) Robert Buchanan and Bob W. Rush. 1969 and 1970. 446 pp.

M1.69 The Organization and Development of the 6993d Security Squadron, July 1964-June 1968. (TS) Mary Park. 1969. 65 pp.

M1.70 USAFSS Response to World Crises, 1949-1969. (TS) James E. Pier-son. 1970. 159 pp.

M1.7I The USS Pueblo vs. the Alpha Three. (TS) Bob W. Rush. 1970. 33 pp.

M1.72 History of ARDF in Southeast Asia. 1961-1968. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1970. 160 pp.

M1.73 USAFSS Airborne Operations in Southeast Asia, 1967-1969. (TS) Stanley G. Burkinshaw. 1970. 79 pp.

M1.74 Close-out of the 6937th Communications Group, Peshawar, Pakistan. (TS) Harvey Yale. 1970. 20 pp.

M1.75 USAFSS Airborne Operations and Developments. (TS) Stanley G. Burkinshaw. 1970. 79 pp.

M1.76 Project Little Cloud, 1963-1969: Airborne Operations. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1970. 35 pp.

M1.77 Project Comfy Moss: An Intelligence Processing System. (TS) Stanley G. Burkinshaw. 1970. 37 pp.

M1.78 The Closure of Trabzon and Samsum Air Stations, Turkey. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1971. 139 pp.

M1.79 Project Adrenalin, 30 Oct 23 Nov 1970: Son Tay Prison Camp Raid. (TS) John Hamm, Jr. 1971. 58 pp.

M1.80 The Peacetime Advisory Support Program, 1964-1970. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1971. 341 pp.

M1.81 USAFSS Operations in Southeast Asia, 1960-1970. (TS) Stanley G. Burkinshaw. 1971. 329 pp.

M1.82 The Organizational Developments of USAFSS, 1966-1970. (S) Harvey Yale. 1971. 143 pp.

M1.83 The Hue/Phu Bai Air Drop Test, July 1968-July 1971. (S) Stanley G. Burkinshaw. 1971. 31 pp.

M1.84 Development of Family Housing at Karamursel, Turkey, and Irak-lion, Crete, Air Stations. (S) Kenneth Rogers. 1971. 165 pp.

M1.85 The Production and Use of Special Intelligence During World Contingencies, 1950-1970. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1972. 119 pp.

M1.86 The Creek Grass Augmentation, 8 June 1970-13 Jan 1971: Airborne Operations. (TS) William Douglas. 1972. 40 pp.

M1.87 Combat Dawn, 1969-1971: Airborne Operations. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1972. 120 pp.

M1.88 Organizational Trends and the Impact of Austerity on USAFSS, 1948-1971. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1972. 121 pp.

M1.89 Special Intelligence Support to Air Operations in Southeast Asia; 1965-1971. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1972. 105 pp.

M1.90 Historical Resume of the Teaball Weapons Control Center, July-Dec 1972. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1972. 73 pp.

M1.91 A RDF/ Special Intelligence in Southeast Asia, 1965-1971, Vol I. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1972. 217 pp.

M1.92 ARDF/SI Operations in Southeast Asia, 1965-71, Vol II. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1973. 237 pp.

M1.93 Project Cobra Mist: Over the Horizon Radar. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1973. 120 pp.

M1.94 The National Security Agency/Central Security Services (NSACSS) Organization and its Impact on USAFSS. (TS) Bob W. Rush. 1973. 93 pp.

M1.95 ARDF/SI Command and Control in Southeast Asia, 1965-69. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1973. 101 pp.

M1.96 Electronic Warfare in Southeast Asia, 1964-68. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1973. 175 pp.

M1.97 A Pictorial History of the USAFSS: The Silver Anniversary, 1948-1973. Frank Whitacre. n.d. 70 pp.

M1.98 USAFSS Involvement in the Oct 1973 Arab/Israeli War. Vol I. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1974. 161 pp.

M1.99 Mini-Manned Airborne Operations in Southeast Asia, 1971-1972. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1974. 201 pp.

M1.100 USAFSS Involvement in Project Nice Dog: Airborne Operations. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1974. 79 pp.

M1.101 Testing and Improvement of the URC-53 System, 1966-1972. (TS) Kenneth Rogers. 1974. 149 pp.

M1.102 USAFSS SI Support to the Teaball Weapons Control Center. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1974. 69 pp.

M1.103 The Closure of the Pacific Security Region and the Impact Upon USAFSS Operations in Southeast Asia. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1974. 197 pp.

M1.104 USAFSS Airborne Operations. Jan 1970-June 1973. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1974. 165 pp.

M1.105 USAFSS Involvement in the Oct 1973 Arab/Israeli War, Vol II. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1974. 350 pp.

M1.106 The Organizational Development of USAFSS, 1970-1974. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1974. 127 pp.

M1.107 Drawdown of USAFSS Operations in Southeast Asia. (TS) Frank Whitacre. 1974. 115 pp.

M1.108 USAFSS Reactions to and Involvement in the Cypriot-Cretan Crisis. (TS) Kyle Emerson. 1974. Ill pp.

M1.109 A History of the Iron Horse System, 1965-1974. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1974. 119 pp.

M1.110 The Development of an Integrated Tactical Support Planning System, 1967-1973. (S) T. N. Thompson. 1975. 61 pp.

M1.111 USAFSS Support to the Recovery of the SS Mayaguez, April 1975. (TS) Bob W. Rush. 1975. 59 pp.

M1.112 USAFSS Support to Operation Frequent Wind. April 1975. (TS) Bob W. Rush, James E. Pierson, and T. N. Thompson. 1975. 129 pp.

M1.113 General Smith's Arctic Expedition, July 1975. (S) James E. Pierson. 1975. 45 pp.

M1.114 Development of the Management Information Summary (SIGMIS), 1950-1974. (S) Bob W. Rush and Kyle L. Emerson. 1975. 219 pp.

M1.115 Special Support by USAFSS in the Spanish Sahara Incident. (S) T. N. Thompson. 1976. 17 pp.

M1.116 Status of USAFSS Operations in Turkey. (TS) T. N. Thompson. 1976. 57 pp.

M1.117 Peacetime Advisory Support Program, 1971-1975. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1977. 117 pp.

M1.118 History of the 1976 Korean DMZ Incident. (S) James E. Pierson. 1977. 29 pp.

M1.119 The USAFSS Airborne Program, 1950-1977. (TS) Bob W. Rush. 1977. 131 pp.

M1.120 The Soviet TU-95 Penetration of the U.S. ADIZ on 14 April 1977. (TS) Mary V. Holub. 1977. 41 pp.

M1.121 History of Thunderpeal Comfy Sleet. (TS) James E. Pierson. 1978. 45 pp.

M1.122 History of Exercise Team Spirit 78. (S) James E. Pierson. 1978. 121 pp.

M1.123 Development and Growth of the USAFSS Total Force Augmentation Program, 1956-1978. (S) Mary V. Holub. 1979. 198 pp.

M1.124 A Historical Brochure, "31 Years of Vigilance," 1948-1979. (U) Mary V. Holub. 1979. 45 pp.

M1.125 Development of the ESC Emblem and Logo. Bob W. Rush. 1980. 43 pp.

M1.126 Libyan Reactions to U.S. Airborne Reconnaissance Missions, 1972-1980. (TS) Mary V. Holub and Jo Ann Himes. 1981. 75 pp.

M1.127 Development and Demonstration of the ESC C3CM Mission and Capabilities. (S) James E. Pierson. 1981. 63 pp.

N. HEADQUARTERS COMMAND (HQC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Bolling Field Command established 15 December 1946; redesignated Headquarters Command, 17 March 1948; inactivated I July 1976.

N1.1 History of Boiling Field, Anacostia, D.C., 1917-1948. Charles R. Rowdybush. 1957. 138 pp.

O. MILITARY AIRLIFT COMMAND (MAC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Air Corps Ferrying Command activated 29 May 1941; redesignated Air Transport Command, 20 June 1942; Military Air Transport Service established 1 June 1948; redesignated Military Airlift Command, 1 January 1966.

Subordinate Units:

Aerospace Audiovisual Service. Established as Air Pictorial Service, 1 April 1951; redesignated Air Photographic and Charting Service, 16 April 1952, Aerospace Audio-Visual Service, 1 January 1966.

Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service. Established as Air Rescue Service, 13 March 1946; redesignated Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service, 8 January 1966.

Air Weather Service. Established as Weather Wing, Flight Control Command, 13 April 1943; redesignated Army Air Forces Weather Wing, 6 July 1943, Army Air Forces Weather Service, 1 July 1945, Air Weather Service, 13 March 1946.

Twenty-first Air Force. Established as Eastern Transport Air Force, 1 July 1958; redesignated Twenty-first Air Force, 8 January 1966.

Twenty-second Air Force. Established as Western Transport Air Force, 1 July 1958; redesignated Twenty-second Air Force, 8 January 1966.

O1.1 Early History of the Air Transportation Training Program, Sep 1942-Oct 1944. Harrison Riddleberger. n.d. 55 pp.

O1.2 Women Pilots in the Air Transport Command. Staff. 1946. 175 pp.

O1.3 Reconditioning of the C54 Fleet, 1 Jan-30 Nov 1947. Staff. 1947. 88 pp.

O1.4 Historical Monograph of Project Resupply, 15 Mar-28 Apr 1949. Staff, n.d. 106 pp.

O1.5 MATS Participation in the Korean Crisis/Pacific Airlift, June Dec 1950. Staff. 1950. Vol I -207 pp. Vol II — 266 pp.

O1.6 MATS and New Tape. 8 JuIy-30 Sep 1960. Gerald T. Cantwcll. 1960. 41 pp.

O1.7 MAC Support of Project Gemini. 1963-1966. Mary L. Whittington, James N. Eastman, W. E. Alford, and Charles W. Dickens. 1967. 51 pp.

O1.8 Development of Strategic Airlift for the Armed Forces of the United States, 1941-1965. Roland D. Hinds. 1968. 27 pp.

O1.9 Highlights of Military Airlift, 1963-1969. (S) Staff. 1969. 110 pp.

O1.10 Eagle Thrust, Nov-Dec 1967. (C) Staff. 1969. 65 pp.

O1.11 Strategic Airlift: Response to a Crisis: Korea, 1968. (S) Mary L. Whittington. 1971. 200 pp.

O1.12 MAC Aeromcdical Airlift Support of U.S. Southeast Asia Operations, 1964-1971. Cecil L. Reynolds. 1972. 161 pp.

O1.13 The C-141 Starlifter. Walter L. Kraus and Jose M. Matheson. 1973. 110 pp.

O1.14 Strategic Airlift to Israel: A Chronology. (S) Kenneth L. Palchin, Zohrab Hanisian, and Charles W. Dickens. 1973. 181 pp.

O1.15 Flight to Israel. (S) Kenneth L. Palchin. 1974. 366 pp.

O1.16 The Military Airlift Command -A Brief History. Staff. 1977. 55 pp.

AEROSPACE RESCUE AND RECOVERY SERVICE

O2.1 A History of the Air Rescue Service. John L. Vandegrift and Charles H. Hildreth. 1959. 194 pp.

O2.2 The Son Tay Raid. (TS) Wiliam R. Karstctcr. 1972. 72 pp.

O2.3 Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service, 1946-1981, An Illustrated Chronology. Donald D. Little. 1983. 94 pp.

AIR WEATHER SERVICE

O3.1 Weather and Ninth Bombardment Division. Staff. 1945. 46 pp.

O3.2 Utilization of WASPS in AAF Weather Service. Staff. 1945. 6 pp.

O3.3 History of the Office of Director of Weather Services, HQ U.S. Strategic Air Forces in Europe. Staff. 1945. 72 pp.

O3.4 The Air Weather Service Reorganization, FY 1952. Samuel Milner. 1952. 31 pp.

O3.5 Inspections and Surveys, FY 1952. Samuel Milner. 1953. 30 pp.

O3.6 History of T-3, Fletcher Ice Island. Jack A. Kain. 1953. 148 pp.

O3.7 Measuring the Wind: The AN/GMD-1A. Samuel Milner. 1954. 72 pp.

O3.8 Weather Support of the Normandy Invasion. Philip M. Flammer. 1958. 37 pp.

O3.9 History of Weather Support to the U.S. Army. Charles A. Raven-stein. 1958. 42 pp.

O3.10 Weather Reconnaissance: Its Role in the Modern AWS, 1942-1959. Charles A. Ravenstein. 1959. 147 pp.

O3.11 Background of Air Weather Service: 700 B.C.-1948 A.D. Charles A. Ravenstein. 1959. 76 pp.

O3.12 Background of the 9th Weather Squadron. Charles W. Dickens. 1960. 4 pp.

O3.13 A Chronology of AWS Participation in the Cuban Crisis, Oct-Nov 1962. (C) Charles W. Dickens. 1962. 21 pp.

O3.14 Historical Brief: 20th Weather Squadron. Charles W. Dickens. 1964. 2 pp.

O3.15 Historical Background of the Military Weather Warning Facility, Kansas City, Mo. Charles W. Dickens. 1964. 3 pp.

O3.16 Brief History of AWS Pilot-to-Forecaster Service (PFSV). Charles W. Dickens. 1964. 10 pp.

O3.17 History of AWS CAT (Clear Air Turbulence) Activities. Charles W. Dickens. 1965. 7 pp.

O3.18 Chronology of the Hurricane Hunters, Air Weather Service. Charles W. Dickens. 1965. 12 pp.

O3.19 Origins of the AWS Consultant Program. Charles W. Dickens. 1966. 5 pp.

O3.20 Air Weather Service Aircraft Accidents: 1956-1966. Charles W. Dickens. 1966. 6 pp.

O3.21 Air Weather Support to Project Gemini. 1966. Charles W. Dickens. 1967. 4 pp.

O3.22 A Chronology of Forecasting. Charles W. Dickens. 1967. 3 pp.

O3.23 Air Weather Service Accomplishments and Highlights, 1937-1967. Charles W. Dickens. 1968. 6 pp.

O3.24 Military Flight Service Centers, 1945-1961. Charles W. Dickens. 1968. 21 pp.

Q3.25 Weather Support to the Headquarters Eighth Air Force (SAC): 1 Nov 1946-16 Sep 1951. John F. Fuller. 1968. 4 pp.

O3.26 The Air Weather Service in Southeast Asia. (S) Allan B. Milloy and John F. Fuller. 1968. 520 pp.

O3.27 Origins of Detachment II, 33rd Weather Squadron, O'Hare International Airport, Park Ridge, 111. John F. Fuller. 1969. 3 pp.

O3.28 History of AWS on Kwajalein. John F. Fuller. 1969. 5 pp.

O3.29 The Military Weather Service: 1870-1970. Charles W. Dickens. 1969. 39 pp.

O3.30 Major Aircraft Accidents, 54th and 514th Recon Squadrons: Guam, J947-I956. John F. Fuller. 1969. 3 pp.

O3.31 End-of-Tour Report: Southeast Asia. (S) Staff. 1970. (147 reports).

O3.32 AWS Chronology, 1937-1969. Staff, n.d. 6 pp.

O3.33 Organizational History of the 26th Weather Squadron, 1943-1970. John F. Fuller. 1970. 22 pp.

O3.34 Organizational History of the 24th Weather Squadron, 1943-1971. Margaret C. Faulbaum. 1971. 9 pp.

O3.35 AFGWC Chronology, 1949-1973. John F. Fuller, n.d. 3 pp.

O3.36 Air Weather Service and Meterological Satellites, 1950-1960. Charles W. Dickens and Charles A. Ravcnstein. 1973. 164 pp.

O3.37 Weather and War. John F. Fuller. 1974. 27 pp.

O3.38 The Yom Kippur War, 1973: A Case History of AWS Contingency Support. (S) John F. Fuller. 1975. 42 pp.

O3.39 Air Weather Service, 1937-1977, An Illustrated Chronology. John F. Fuller. 1977. 73 pp.

O3.40 Keith R. Grimes, Special Operations Weatherman: An Oral Autobiography. (Draft) John F. Fuller. 1978. 351 pp.

O3.41 Air Weather Service in Southeast Asia, 1961-1976: A Pictorial Account. Margaret C. Faulbaum. 1979. 156 pp.

O3.42 Air Weather Service Support to the United States Army, Tet and the Decade After. John F. Fuller. 1979. 299 pp.

TWENTY-FIRST AIR FORCE

O4.1 Travis Air Force Base: 40 Years on Active Duty. Chesleigh Snow. 1983. 92 pp.

P. PACIFIC AIR FORCES (PACAF)

The following section contains no classified information.

Established 1 July 1957. Subordinate Units:

Fifth Air Force established 20 September 1941. Thirteenth Air Force established 14 December 1942.

P1.1 Far East Air Forces Support of French Indo-China Operations, 1 July 1952-30 Sep 1954. Maynard O. Edwards. 1954.

Vol I — Narrative, 316 pp.
Vol II — Supporting Documents.

P1.2 Aeromedical Evacuation Operations in PACAF. (S) Eric M. Sounder. 1967. 76 pp.

P1.3 Rules of Engagement in Southeast Asia 1957-1965. (TS) Paul E. Ruley. 1968. 234 pp.

P1.4 The U.S. Air Force in the Pacific. William D. Richerson. 1969. 32 pp.

P1.5 Commando Ranger. (S) Wayne G. Peterson. 1971. 261 pp.

P1.6 Commando Ranger, 1 July 1970-30 June 1971. (S) Wayne G. Peterson. 1972. 334 pp.

P1.7 Southeast Asia Air Augmentation, 1972. (TS) Tony Koura. 1972. 86 pp.

P1.8 Implications of Modern Air Power in a Limited War: An Interview with General John W. Vogt, Jr., Commander, Seventh Air Force. Claude G. Morita. 1973. 44 pp.

P1.9 Okinawa Reversion and U.S. Force Restructure in the Western Pacific. (TS) Wayne G. Peterson. 1973. Vol I - 534 pp. Vol II — 182 pp.

P1.10 The Cambodia Airlift. (S) Tony Koura. 1976. 160 pp.

P1.11 The Fall and Evacuation of South Vietnam. (S) Peterson, Myers, Bradshaw. 1978. 322 pp.

P1.12 Combat Turnaround in PACAF. (S) Steven G. Bradshaw. 1979. 124 pp.

P1.13 Air Augmentation in Korea. (S) Emmitt H. Aldridge. 1980. 171 pp.

P1.14 The History of John Hay AB (Baquio, R.P.). Sanders Laubenthal. 1981. 212 pp.

P1.15 Military Base Negotiations and the USAF in the Philippines, 1975-1979. (S) Tony Koura. 1981. 242 pp.

FIFTH AIR FORCE

P2.1 Fifth Air Force in Formosa, 25 Jan-1 June 1955. (S) Richard D. Burns. 1955. 107 pp.

P2.2 Fifth Air Force in Taiwan: Second Phase—1 June-31 Dec 1955. (S) Richard D. Burns. 1956. 41 pp.

P2.3 Sado Shima—A Troublesome Site in the Japan Radar Net. Walter K. Miles. 1956. 38 pp.

P2.4 Fifth Air Foree and the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission, 27 July 1953-31 Dec 1955. Richard D. Burns. 1956. 25 pp.

P2.5 Headquarters Relocation Program; The Movement of Air Force Units from the Metropolitan Areas of Nagoya, Japan. Walter K. Mites. 1956. 95 pp.

P2.6 USAF Industrial Planning with the Japanese Air Self Defense Force. L. M. Garrett. 1957. 92 pp.

P2.7 Technical Representatives with Fifth Air Force in War and Peace, 25 June 1950 30 June 1958. Walter K. Miles. 1958. 139 pp.

P2.8 Fifth Air Force in the Taiwan Straits Crisis of 1958. (S) Arthur C. O'Neil. 1958. 96 pp.

P2.9 Fifth Air Force in the Taiwan Straits Crisis of 1958. (TS) Arthur C. O'Neil. 1958. 96 pp.

P2.10 Fifth Air Force in the Southeast Asia Crisis of 1960-1961. (S) Arthur C. O'Neil. 1962. 49 pp.

P2.11 Fifth Air Force in the Southeast Asia Crisis, A Sequel. (S) Arthur C. O'Neil. 1962. 42 pp.

P2.12 The United States Involvement in Southeast Asia. (S) Dr. William R. Vizzard. 1963. 5 pp.

P2.13 The Mito Range Dilemma. Walter K. Miles. 1963. 197 pp.

P2.14 Fifth Air Force Historical Study: Chronology of Fifth Air Force Reactions in the Tonkin Gulf Crisis. 4-15 Aug 1964. (TS) Jack W. Davis. 1964. 15 pp.

P2.15 Fifth Air Force Reaction in the Tonkin Gulf Crisis, 4-15 Aug 1964: A Historical Study. (S) Dr. William R. Vizzard. 1964. 72 pp.

P2.I6 The Demonstration, 30 March 1964: A Non-violent Demonstration in Reaction to a Reduction-in-Force of Korean Employees at Osan Air Base. Warren A. Trest. 1964. 24 pp. (314th Air Division).

P2.17 America Exposed: Contemporary Historical Monograph on Community Relations. Warren A. Trest. 1965. 41 pp. (6100th Support Wing).

P2.18 Study of the Tachikawa Runway Extension, 1953 -1964. Warren A. Trest. 1966. 40 pp. (6100th Support Wing).

P2.19 Chronology of Fifth Air Force Reactions to the Korean Crisis, 21-31 Jan 1968. (TS) Jack W. Davis. 1968. 214 pp.

P2.20 Chronology of Fifth Air Force Reactions to the Korean Crisis, 1-29 Feb 1968. (TS) Jack W. Davis. 1968. 135 pp.

P2.21 Chronology of Fifth Air Force Reactions to the Korean Crisis, 1-22 Mar 1968. (S) Jack W. Davis. 1968. 68 pp.

P2.22 The Itazuke Impasse: The RF-4C Crash of 2 June 1968, 2-30 June 1968. (C) Jack W. Davis. 1968. 55 pp.

P2.23 Air Defense Responsibility in Japan. Arthur C. O'Neil. 1968. 34 pp.

P2.24 EC-121 Chronology, 8 Apr-10 May 1969. (S) Jack W. Davis. 1971. 119 pp.

THIRTEENTH AIR FORCE

P3.1 SEATO Exercise Air Boon Choo. William T. Ward. 1964. 336 pp.

P3.2 The U.S. Air Force Buildup in Thailand. 1965. Carl O. Clever, ca. 1966. 151 pp.

P3.3 The U.S. Air Force Buildup in Thailand, 1966. (S) Carl O. Clever. ca. 1967. 230 pp.

P3.4 Historical Documentation of the Korean Situation, 1-29 Feb 1968. (S) Carl O. Clever, ca. 1968. 87 pp.

P3.5 Historical Documentation of the Korean Situation, 1-22 Mar 1968. (S) Carl O. Clever, ca. 1968. 27 pp.

P3.6 The Clark AB—Angeles City Confrontation and Related Subjects. Carl O. Clever. 1969. Vol I, 297 pp. Vol II, supporting documents.

P3.7 The POV Problem. (S) Carl O. Clever, ca. 1969. 36 pp.

Q. STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND (SAC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Established as Continental Air Forces. 13 December 1944; redesignated Strategic Air Command, 21 March 1946.

Subordinate Units:

Fifteenth Air Force. Activated 1 November 1943; inactivated 15 September 1945; reactivated (under SAC) 31 March 1946.

1st Combat Evaluation Group. Constituted 1st Radar Bomb Scoring Group 9, June 1954; activated 10 August 1954; redesignated 1st Combat Evaluation Group, 1 August 1961.

1st Strategic Aerospace Division. 1st Bomb Division activated 13 September 1943; redesignated 1st Air Division, 1 January 1945; inactivated 31 October 1945; reactivated 7 June 1946; inactivated 1 December 1948; reactivated (under SAC) 1 July 1954; inactivated 20 May 1956. 1st Missile Division activated 15 April 1957 (transferred to SAC, 1 July 1957); redesignated 1st Strategic Aerospace Division, 21 July 1961.

Second Air Force. Established as Northwest Air District, 18 December 1940; redesignated Second Air Force, 1941; inactivated 30 March 1946; reactivated 6 June 1946; inactivated 1 July 1948; reactivated (under SAC) 1 November 1949; inactivated 31 December 1974.

Seventh Air Division. Constituted 7th Fighter Wing, 31 March 1944; activated 21 April 1944; redesignated 7th Air Division, 15 December 1947; inactivated 1 May 1948; organized 1 May 1948; discontinued 3 September 1948; activated 20 March 1951; inactivated 16 June 1952; organized 16 June 1952; discontinued 30 June 1965; activated 1 July 1978.

706th Strategic Missile Wing (ICBM - ATLAS). Constituted 10 February 1958; activated 23 February 1958; discontinued 1 July 1961.

Third Air Division. Constituted 3d Bombardment Division, 30 August 1943; activated 13 September 1943; redesignated 3d Air Division, 1 January 1945; inactivated 21 November 1945; organized 23 August 1948; discontinued 1 May 1951; redesignated 3d Air Division (Operational), 9 October 1953; activated 25 October 1953; inactivated 1 March 1954; redesignated 3d Air Division, 8 June 1954; activated 19 June 1954; inactivated 1 April 1970; activated I January 1975.

Q1.1 Redeployment—The Role of HQ CAF: From Inception to 2 Sep 1945. Staff. 1946. 171 pp.

Q1.2 Operation Crossroads: The Role of AAF From Inception to 7 May 1946. Staff. 1947. 220 pp.

Q1.3 Air-to-Air Refueling, 1950. Staff. 1950. 22 pp.

Q1.4 The Comptroller Program (SAC), 1950. J. P. Forrest. 1950. 19 pp.

Q1.5 Reconnaissance Activities, Jan-June 1950. Staff. 1950. 20 pp.

Q1.6 Factors Contributing to Bombing Effectiveness in SAC, 1950. J. P. Forrest. 1951. 30 pp.

Q1.7 Lead Crew School and Combat Crew Standardization School, 1950. Staff. 1951. 30 pp.

Q1.8 Reorganization of the Strategic Air Command, Apr 1950. Staff. I95L 9 pp.

Q1.9 Jet Fighter Flights to Europe, July-Dec 1950. J. P. Forrest. 1951. 30 pp.

Q1.10 Development of the SAC Security Program, 1950. J. R. Loegering. 1951. 32 pp.

Q1.13 Housing at SAC Bases: Wherry and Allied Construction 1950. Har-land B. Mouiton. 1951. 39 pp.

Q1.12 Communications Command Post Exercises, Sep-Nov 1950. Harland B. Mouiton. 1951. 32 pp.

Q1.I3 Acquisition of Ramey AFB by SAC, 1950. Richard F. McMulIen. 1951. 14 pp.

Q1.14 Specialized Aircraft Maintenance Program, 1950. J. P. Forrest. 1951. 34 pp.

Q1.15 The Deployment of SAC Units to the Far East, July-Aug 1950. J. P. Forrest. 1951. 31 pp.

Q1.16 The B-36 Design, Procurement and Materiel Development, through 1950. J. R. Loegering. 1951. 66 pp.

Q1.17 Development of Evasion and Escape and Air Evacuation Program in SAC (Background through 1950). Harland B. Moulton. 1951. 143 pp.

Q1.18 Operational Activities of SAC Units in Korea, Sep-Dec 1950. Staff. 1951. 33 pp.

Q1.19 SAC Expansion Program, Jan-June 1951. J. P. Forrest. 1951. 46 pp.

Q1.20 SAC Rotation and Training Program, United Kingdom, Jan-June 1951. J. P. Forrest. 1952. 30 pp.

Q1.21 Development of the SAC Electronic Countermeasures Program, 1945-1951. Harland B. Moulton. 1952. 128 pp.

Q1.22 Reorganization of SAC Combat Wings, 1951. Harland B. Moulton. 1952. 18 pp.

Q1.23 The SAC Security Program, Jan-June 1951. J. R. Loegering. 1952. 21 pp.

Q1.24 SAC Select Crew Evaluation, Jan-June 1951. Staff. 1952. 16 pp.

Q1.25 SAC Combat Crew Promotions, Jan-June 1951. Harland B. Moulton. 1952. 25 pp.

Q1.26 The Missouri River Flood Emergency. Apr 1952. Staff, n.d. 16 pp.

Q1.27 Radar Bomb Scoring Activities in SAC: Origins and Growth through 1951. J. R. Loegering. 1952. 44 pp.

Q1.28 Development of the Air Transportation Medical Service through 1951. John T. Bohn. n.d. 14 pp.

Q1.29 Flying Safety in SAC through 1951. Staff, n.d. 20 pp.

Q1.30 The B-47 Design, Procurement and Materiel Development, 1943-1951. J. R. Loegering. n.d. 96 pp.

Q1.31 The Operational Training, and the Far Eastern Air Forces (FEAF) Replacement Program, July-Dec 1951. Harland B. Moulton. 1952. 74 pp.

Q1.32 Status of SAC: Personnel, Bases, Facilities, Aircraft, July-Dec 1951. J. P. Forrest. 1952. 41 pp.

Q1.33 The SAC Rating System through 1951. J. P. Forrest. 1952. 25 pp.

Q1.34 The Evolution of the SAC Mobility Plan and Logistics Support Program through 195 L Harland B. Moulton. 1952. 73 pp.

Q1.35 SAC Combat Crew Promotions, July-Dec 1951. Harland B. Moulton. 1952. 12 pp.

Q1.36 Development of Fighter Escort in SAC through 1951. J. R. Loegering. 1952. 52 pp.

Q1.37 SAC Studies the Guided Missile through 1951. J. P. Forrest. 1952. 30 pp.

Q1.38 The B-47 Modification, Armament, Equipment, and Training, July-Dec 1951. J. R. Loegering. 1952. 45 pp.

Q1.39 Development and Progress of the Anti-Submarine Warfare and Aerial Mining Program in SAC through June 1952. (C) Staff. 1952. 36 pp.

Q1.40 Status of SAC, Jan-June 1952. J. R. Loegering and J. P. Forrest. 1952. 25 pp.

Q1.41 The SAC Security Concept, Jan-June 1952. (C) P. C. Nagel. 1952. 40 pp.

Q1.42 SAC Tests its Mobility Planners Guide Under Simulated Wartime Conditions, through June 1952. (S) Staff. 1952. 28 pp.

Q1.43 Gunnery Training Program within SAC (Bombardment) through June 1952. J. R. Loegering and J. P. Forrest. 1952. 51 pp.

Q1.44 The SAC Primary Communications System through June 1952. (C) Harland B. Moulton. 1953. 64 pp.

Q1.45 The SAC Operational Engineering Program through June 1952. Harland B. Moulton. 1953. 29 pp.

Q1.46 Selected Operational Exercises of the Strategic Air Command, Jan-June 1952. (TS) P. C. Nagel. 1953. 57 pp.

Q1.47 The Survival Training Program, 1950-1952. (C) J. P. Forrest. 1953. 42 pp.

Q1.48 Establishment and Test of the Command Elements Exray and Zebra, 1951. (TS) Staff. 1953. 34 pp.

Q1.49 SAC Wing Accomplishes a Permanent Change of Station. P. C. Nagel. 1953. 56 pp.

Q1.50 The Status of SAC, July-Dec 1952. J. P. Forrest. 1953. 36 pp.

Q1.51 The SAC In-Flight Refueling Program through Dec 1952. Harland B. Moulton. 1953. 152 pp.

Q1.52 The SAC Base Defense and Security Program, July Dec 1952. (C) P. C. Nagel. 1953. 42 pp.

Q1.53 Project "Fire Away," Jan-June 1953. Staff. 1953. 46 pp.

Q1.54 The SAC Conversion Program to B-47 Wings through June 1953. Harland B. Moulton. 1953. 121 pp.

Q1.55 Status of SAC, Jan-June 1953. E. Ron Caywood. n.d. 65 pp.

Q1.56 Flying Safety, Jan 1952-June 1953. Staff. 1954. 61 pp.

Q1.57 Select B-47 Operational Exercises. Jan-June 1953. Staff. 1954. 61 pp.

Q1.58 Developing an Atomic Capability in Strategic Fighter Wings, 1953. (S) E. Ron Caywood. 1954. 63 pp.

Q1.59 The Status of SAC, July-Dec 1953. (S) E. Ron Caywood. 1954. 84 pp.

Q1.60 The Development of SAC, Jan-June 1954. Robert M. Myers. 1955. 177 pp.

Q1.61 The History of the B-52: Background and Early Development, 1946-1954. (TS) Harland B. Mouiton and E. Ron Caywood. n.d. 148 pp.

Q1.62 History of the First Air Division, 20 Apr 1955-20 May 1956. (C) John T. Bohn. 1956. 83 pp.

Q1.63 Select Operational Exercises of SAC, 1954-1956. (C) Charles H. Hildreth. 1957. 81 pp.

Q1.64 SAC Participation in the Missile Program: Early Development through Mar 1957. (TS) Charles H. Hildreth. 1958. 128 pp.

Q1.65 SAC Specialized Aircraft Maintenance: Early Development through July 1957. Andrew W. Scott. 1958. 76 pp.

Q1.66 SAC Participation in the Missile Program, Mar-Dec 1957. (TS) Jacob Van Staaveren. 1958. 129 pp.

Q1.67 SAC Participation in the Missile Program, Jan-June 1958. (C) Jacob Van Staaveren. n.d. 104 pp.

Q1.68 SAC Structural/Functional Reorganization of 1958: The Aircraft Maintenance Aspect. (S) Andrew W. Scott, n.d. 61 pp.

Q1.69 SAC Targeting Concepts. (S) Robert M. Kipp. 1959. 13 pp.

Q1.70 Historical Report: Office of the Assistant CINCSAC (SAC MIKE), Jan-June 1958. (S) Robert F. Piper. 1959. 135 pp.

Q1.71 Personnel Development. Herman S. Wolk. 1959. 58 pp.

Q1.72 Major Problems in the B-52 Conversion Program. (S) E. Ron Cay-wood, n.d. 101 pp.

Q1.73 SAC Communications in an Age of Transition: A Consideration of Problems Past and Present, 1946-1959. (C) Herman S. Wolk. 1959. 100 pp.

Q1.74 Phonetic Commands, May 1951-June 1959. (C) Robert M. Kipp. n.d. 11 pp.

Q1.75 SAC Bombardment Training Program, 1946-1959. (C) Kenneth L. Patchin. 1960. 71 pp.

Q1.76 The SAC Alert Program, 1956-1959. (S) Robert M. Kipp. 1960. 146 pp.

Q1.77 History of the Canadian Refueling Base Program. Robert M. Kipp. 1962. 133 pp.

Q1.78 Chronology of SAC Participation in the Cuban Crisis. (TS) Staff. 1962. 56 pp.

Q1.79 SAC Operations in the Cuban Crisis of 1962. (TS) Staff. 1963. 142 pp.

Q1.80 Strategic Command Control Communications, 1959-1964. (S) Herman S. Wolk. 1965. 70 pp.

Q1.81 B-52 Operations in Southeast Asia, 1965-1966: A Summary Narrative. Robert M. Kipp. 1967. 58 pp.

Q1.82 Korean Chronology. (TS) Jerry N. Hinds. 1968. 43 pp.

Q1.83 Sixteenth AF "Operation Recovery," 17 Jan-7 Apr 1966. (S) Mary E. Hayes. 1968. 588 pp.

Q1.84 Chronology of SAC Operations in Southeast Asia, 1964- June 1968. (S) Jerry N. Hinds. 1968. 34 pp.

Q1.85 B-52 Operations in Southeast Asia, 1967: A Summary Narrative. Robert M. Kipp. 1969. 86 pp.

Q1.86 Project "Crested Ice": The Thule Nuclear Accident. (S) Robert J. Boyd. 1969. 62 pp.

Q1.87 The Search for B-52 Effectiveness, 1965-1968. (TS) Robert M. Kipp. 1969. 34 pp.

Q/.88 Chronology of SAC Participation in Linebacker II. (TS) John Greenwood. 1973. 484 pp.

Q1.89 Chronology, Middle East Crisis. (TS) Robert M. Kipp. 1973. 23 pp.

Q1.90 SAC in Southeast Asia, 1965-1973. (S) Robert R. Kritt and J. C. Hopkins. 1974. 41 pp.

Q1.91 Antisubmarine Warfare, Sea Search, and Mine Laying as a SAC Mission 1946-Junc 1974. (TS) Robert M. Kipp and Maurice A. Miller. 1975. 29 pp.

Q1.92 Missile Chronology of SAC, 1939-1973. E. Michael Del Papa and Sheldon A. Goldberg. 1975. 70 pp.

Q1.93 "The Final Act," SAC and the Evacuation from Cambodia and South Vietnam. (S) Thomas A. Manning. 1976. 41 pp.

QL94 "From Snark to SRAM," A History of the SAC Guided Missiles. E. Michael Del Papa. 1976. 62 pp.

Q1.95 A Chronology of SAC's Participation in the Korean Incident, 18 Sep-9 Oct 1976. (S) Maurice A. Miller and Sheldon A. Goldberg. 1976. 24 pp.

Q1.96 Olympic Arena: "The Saga of SAC's Missile Combat Competition." E. Michael Del Papa. 1977. 19 pp.

Q1.97 Bases in England. (TS) Robert M. Kipp. 1977. 21 pp.

Q1.98 Department of Defense Leaders, Air Force Commanders, and Major Commands and Separate Operating Agencies —Their Lineage and Leaders. E. Michael Del Papa and Sheldon A. Goldberg. 1977 (Revised 1979). 39 pp.

Q1.99 The Strategic Air Command Spot Promotion Program: Its Rise and Demise. J. C Hopkins. 1978. 45 pp.

Q1.100 SAC Tanker Operations in the Southeast Asia War. C. K. Hopkins. 1979. 163 pp.

Q1.101 Building SAC Bases in Morocco. (S) Robert M. Kipp. 1979. 20 pp.

Q1.102 SAC Weapons Systems Acquisition, 1964 1979. (TS) Staff. 1980. 834 pp.

Q1.103 The Collateral Maritime Mission of the Strategic Air Command. (S) Maurice A. Miller. 1980. 213 pp.

FIFTEENTH AIR FORCE

Q2.1 Development of the Fifteenth Air Force, 1946-1955. Cornelius C. Smith, Jr. 1955. 31 pp.

Q2.2 Fifteenth Air Force Chronology, 1943-1973. Staff. 1958-1974 (updated periodically). 271 pp.

Q2.3 Fifteenth Air Force Missile Chronology, 1955-1969. Staff. 1962/ 65/67/69. 50 pp.

Q2.4 A Brief History of the Fifteenth Air Force, I Nov 1943-15 Sep 1963. Cornelius C. Smith. Jr. 1963. 54 pp.

Q2.5 A Fifteenth Air Force Brief History and Chronology for the Twentieth Anniversary. Staff. 1963. 54 pp.

Q2.6 A Chronology of the Fifteenth Air Force Under the Command of Lt. Gen. Archie J. Old, Jr., 22 Aug 1955 - 31 Aug 1965. Staff. 1965. 35 pp.

Q2.7 Cumulative Index of Fifteenth Air Force History, 1946-1973. Staff. 1967-1974 (updated periodically). 253 pp.

Q2.8 A History of Walker AFB, 1941-1967, Roswell, N. Mex. R. Bruce Harley. 1967. 17 pp.

Q2.10 The March Field Story: 50th Anniversary, 1918-1968. R. Bruce Har-ley and Claude Heitman. 1968. 64 pp.

Q2.11 March Field During World War I and Other Stones of Units and Men. R. Bruce Harley. 1968. 112 pp.

Q2.12 Twenty-Fifth Anniversary, Fifteenth Air Force, 1943-1968. R. Bruce Harley. 1968. 153 pp.

Q2.13 Progress Toward Peace. R. Bruce Harley. 1969. 150 pp.

Q2.14 A Brief Fifteenth Air Force 1CBM Chronology, 1 Feb 1958-15 Jan 1969. Staff. 1969. 8 pp.

Q2.15 Chronology, "History of March AFB Land." Staff. 1969. 5 pp.

Q2.16 Fifteenth First Missile Decade, 1959-1969. R. Bruce Harley. 1969. 16 pp.

Q2.17 A Brief History of Strategic Bombardment. 1911-1971. R. Bruce Harley, Maurice A. Miller, and Robert T. Helmka. 1971. 139 pp.

Q2.18 Men of March. R. Bruce Harley. 1972. 160 pp.

Q2.19 Chronological Highlights, March Field, 55th Anniversary'. Staff. 1973. 9 pp.

Q2.20 Fifteenth Air Force Middle East Chronology, 18 Oct- 6 Nov 1973. (S) Staff. 1973. 10 pp.

Q2.21 Chronology of the Vietnam War, 1966-1973. Staff. 1974. 41 pp.

1ST COMBAT EVALUATION GROUP

Q3.1 1st Radar Bomb Scoring Group Historical Study No. 1: The NIKE/ RBS Joint Training Program. (C) Wendell A. Kerr. 1961. 33 pp.

1ST STRATEGIC AEROSPACE DIVISION

Q4.1 Summary Report: Missile Safety Program at Vandenberg AFB. (C) Staff. 1959. 7 pp.

Q4.2 1st Missile Division Historical Study No. 1: Missile Firings and Pad Damage at Vandenberg. (C) Carl Berger. 1959. 21 pp.

Q4.3 The 1st Missfile Division, 1957 1960. Carl Berger. I960. 99 pp.

Q4.4 The Missile Safety Program at Vandenberg AFB, 1957-1959. Floyd Dawson. I960. 78 pp.

Q4.5 The 392d Missile Training Squadron (Thor), 1957-1961. Ray A. Hanner, Jr. 1961. 29 pp.

Q4.6 The 576th Strategic Missile Squadron (Atlas-ICBM), 1958-1961. Ray A. Hanner, Jr. 1961. 29 pp.

Q4.7 The 1st Strategic Aerospace Division, 1957-1961. Carl Berger and Warren S. Howard. 1962. 79 pp.

Q4.8 Significant Events at Vandenberg AFB during the Cuban Contingency, 20 Oct-28 Nov 1962. (TS) Gerald T. Cantwell. 1962. 34 pp.

Q4.9 The 1st Strategic Aerospace Division in the Cuban Crisis, 20 Oct-28 Nov 1962. (TS) Gerald T. Cantwell. 1963. 114 pp.

Q4.10 The Nike-Zeus Program, Aug 1959-Apr 1963. Warren S. Howard. 1963. 81 pp.

Q4.11 The 1st Strategic Aerospace Division, 1962-1963. Warren S. Howard. 1964. 28 pp.

Q4.12 The 4300th Support Squadron: Thor/Burner, 1963-1967. Staff. 1967. 34 pp.

Q4.13 Vandenberg AFB Environmental Protection Program, 1971-1973. Staff. 1973. 42 pp.

Q4.14 Vandenberg AFB: Its Land Grants and Local History, Joseph T. Donohue, Jr. 1973. 6 pp.

Q4.15 The Division and the Base since 1941. Joseph T. Donohue, Jr. 1973. 12 pp.

Q4.16 Vandenberg AFB Launch Summary since 1958. Staff. 1974. 89 pp.

Q4.17 Vandenberg AFB: Its Land Acquisition, Development, and Use. Martin Hagopian. 1974. 10 pp.

Q4.18 The 1st Bombardment (Air) Division in World War II. Joseph T. Donohue, Jr. 1974. 4 pp.

Q4.19 Index to Command Histories since 1957. Staff. 1974. 177 pp.

Q4.20 The 1st Strategic Aerospace Division since 1941. Joseph T. Donohue, Jr. 1974. 12 pp.

Q4.21 Insignia and Lineage: The 1st Strategic Aerospace Division and Its Assigned Units. Joseph T. Donohue, Jr. 1974. 15 pp.

SECOND AIR FORCE

Q5.1 Second Air Force Chronology of the Cuban Crisis, 12 Sep-27 Nov 1962. (TS) O. L. Hobson and Herbert H. Kissling. 1963. 18 pp.

Q5.2 The October 1969 Readiness Test and Second Air Force. (TS) L. F. Herzberg. 1971. II pp.

Q5.3 Second Air Force Chronology of Middle East Contingency, 6 Oct-9 Nov 1973. (S) L. F. Herzberg. 1973. 20 pp.

Q5.4 Second Air Force Chronologies, 1940-1973. Staff, n.d. 563 pp.

SEVENTH AIR DIVISION

Q6.1 SAC Operations in the United Kingdom, 1948-1956. (S) Staff. 1956. 44 pp.

706th STRATEGIC MISSILE WING

Q7.1 The USAF Ballistic Missile Program as related to F. E. Warren AFB, 706SMW. Staff. 1959. 27 pp.

THIRD AIR DIVISION

Q8.1 Typhoon Karen—Anderson AFB, Guam. (S) Phoebe E. Burns. 1962. 82 pp.

R. TACTICAL AIR COMMAND (TAC)

The following section contains no classified information.

Established 21 March 1946

R1.1 Tactical Missile. (S) Charles W. Dickens. 1955. 51 pp.

R1.2 The Development of Tactical Air Power—Global Guardian Peace. Charles W. Dickens. 1956. 92 pp.

R1.3 Historical Summaries of Tactical Units. Rex M. Naylor. 1957. 58 pp.

R1.4 A Survey of Air-Ground Doctrine. (C) Charles W. Dickens, 1958. 63 pp.

R1.5 Military Aerial Spray Operations, 1946-1960. Mary J. Konopnieki and John I. Lumpkin, n.d. 202 pp.

R1.6 TAC Aerial Spray Flight Operations in Southeast Asia, 1961-1964. George T. Adams, n.d. 28 pp.

R1.7 Advanced Flying Training in TAC in Support of Southeast Asia Operations, 1965-1969. (S) William P. Jackamcit. 1971. 196 pp.

R1.8 Safeside. (S) Nancy E. Teeter. 1972. 68 pp.

R1.9 Tactical Air Command in Southeast Asia, 1961-1968. Rebecca Y. Nocll. 1972. 151 pp.

R1.10 Tactical Air Command's Support of the Total Force Concept, 1970 1972. (S) Joe C. Dixon. 1973. 133 pp.

R1.11 Tactical Air Command's Support of the Resupply of Israel, 8 Oct-24 Nov 1973 (A Chronology). (S) Robert T. Helmka. 1974. 91 pp.

R1.12 Langley Field—The Early Years, 1916-1946. Robert Curtis, John Mitchell, Martin Copp. 1977. 214 pp.

R1.13 Bringing the F-15 to Operational Readiness. Tom Lennon and Jim Wray. 1977. 62 pp.

R1.14 The Tactical Air Command in the Dominican Crisis, 1965. Herbert Schoonmaker. 1977. 75 pp.

R1.15 Combatant Wings of the Tactical Air Forces. William G. Yoachim. 1978. 87 pp.

R1.16 Aircraft of Langley AFB, 1971-1977. Martin Copp and Ben Goldman. 1978. 152 pp.

R1.17 The Tactical Air Command and Drones/RPV's, 1966-1978. John I. Lumpkin. 1979. 234 pp.

S. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY (USAFA)

The following section contains no classified information.

Established 1 April 1954.

S1.1 History of the United States Air Force Academy, 1965-1970. M. Hamlin Cannon and Henry S. Fellerman. 1970. 311 pp.

S1.2 Quest for an Air Force Academy. M. Hamlin Cannon and Henry S. Fellerman. 1974. 305 pp.

T. UNITED STATES AIR FORCES IN EUROPE (USAFE)

The following section contains no classified information.

Eighth Air Force established 28 January 1942; redesignated United States Strategic Air Forces in Europe, 22 February 1944, United States Air Forces in Europe, 7 August 1945.

Subordinate Units:

Seventeenth Air Force established 25 April 1953.

Sixteenth Air Force. Headquarters, Joint United States Military Group, Air Administration (Spain) established 1951; redesignated Sixteenth Air Force, 15 July 1956.

Third Air Force. Third Air Division established 16 July 1948; redesignated Third Air Force, 1 May 1951.

The United States Logistics Group. Detachment No. I, 7206 Air Base Squadron established December 1954; redesignated Headquarters Seventeenth Air Force AD VON, December 1954, 7217 Support Group, 15 May 1955, Detachment No. 1, Headquarters Seventeenth Air Force, 1 July 1958, Headquarters 7217 Air Division (Command), 7 August 1959, Detachment No. 1, Headquarters Sixteenth Air Force, 10 September 1970, Headquarters The United States Logistics Group, 15 October 1971.

T1.1* [Available only at USAFHRC] Construction for USAFE, 8 May 1945-1 July 1947. Staff. 1948. 157 pp.

T1.2 USAFE Supply: Procurement, Storage, and Issue. 8 May 1945-1 July 1947. Staff. 1948. 210 pp.

T1.3 USAFE Scrap and Surplus Property Disposal, 8 May 1945-31 Dec 1948. Staff. 1949. 291 pp.

T1.4 USAFE and the Berlin Airlift, 1948: Supply and Operational Aspects. Joseph P. Tustin. 1949. 248 pp.

T1.5 USAFE and the Berlin Airlift, 1949: Supply and Operational Aspects. Joseph P. Tustin. 1950. 383 pp.

T1.6* [Available only at USAFHRC] USAFE Surplus Stocks and the M DAP, 1949-1950. Staff. 1951. 111 pp.

T1.7 A Five-Year Summary of USAFE History, 1945-1950. Joseph P. Tustin. 1952. 346 pp.

T1.8 The Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Staff. 1954. 109 pp.

T1.9 A Survey of USAFE Supply Activities. 1947-1950. Staff. 1954. 153 pp.

T1.10 USAFE's Assistance to Create a New German Air Force. Doris E. Krudener. 1956. 101 pp.

T1.11 Operation Safe Haven, 11 Dec 1956-3 Jan 1957. Staff. 1957. 93 pp.

T1.12 USAFE Contingency Planning for Berlin. (C) Royce E. Eckwright. 1959. 105 pp.

T1.13 USAFE Support of the Lebanon Operation, July-Oct 1958. (C) Royce E. Eckwright. 1959. 99 pp.

T1.14 USAFE Operations in Turkey, 1947-1959. 4 vols. (C) Royce E. Eckwright. 1960. 174 pp.

T1.15 The Congo Airlift, 1960. Royce E. Eekwright, Gerald T. Cantwell, and Willem Sluis. 1961. 205 pp.

T1.16 The Congo Airlift, 1961. (C) Royce E. Eckwright. 1962. 44 pp.

T1.17 Air National Guard Deployment to the USAFE Area, 1961-1962. Royce E. Eckwright. 1962. 127 pp.

T1.18 USAFE Humanitarian Missions, 1945-1962. Joseph T. Tustin. 1963. 65 pp.

T1.19 [Available only at USAFHRC] The Cuban Crisis of 1962: Impact in the USAFE Area. (TS) Staff. 1963. 31 pp.

T1.20 USAFE Airlift Missions, 1962-1963. Staff. 1964. 42 pp.

T1.21 Aircrew Survival in the Cold War. Staff. 1964. 29 pp.

T1.22 USAFE Organizational Changes, 1945 1964. (S) Robert L. Swetzer. 1964. 20 pp.

T1.23 The USAFE Wind Drift Program, 1964. Royce E. Eckwright. 1965. 90 pp.

T1.24 Wheelus Field: The Story of the U.S. Air Force in Libya—The Early Days, 1944-1952. Robert L. Swetzer. 1965. 56 pp.

T1.25 [Available only at USAFHRC] The Paris Air Show. 1965. Staff. 1966. 34 pp.

T1.26 United States Air Access to Berlin, 1945-1965: Part I, The Political-Military Background. Royce E. Eckwright. 1966. 59 pp.

T1.27 USAFE Civil Disaster Relief Operation in Turkey, 19-26 Aug 1966. Royce E. Eckwright and Robert L. Swetzer. 1966. 21 pp.

T1.28 USAFE Actions in the Middle East Crisis, June 1967 (Annex I to 1967 USAFE History). (C) Staff. 1968. 20 pp.

T1.29 Freloc: The Withdrawal from France. Apr 1966-Apr 1967. 3 vols. (C) Staff. 1968. 429 pp.

T1.30 United States Air Access to Berlin. 1945-1965: Part II, Air Access Operations. (S) Royce E. Eckwright. 1970. 132 pp.

T1.31 Air Force Concepts and Planning (Annex I to FY 70 USAFE History). (S) Staff. 1971. 54 pp.

T1.32 Fig Hill and Flat Pass: USAFE Contingency Planning for and Emergency Medical Humanitarian Support to Jordan, Sep 1970 (Annex I to 1971 USAFE History). (S) Samual R. Spencer. 1972. 51 pp.

T1.33 USAFE Chronology of Events and Contingency Actions in the Oct 1973 Middle East Crisis. (S) Samuel R. Spencer and R. Bruce Har-ley. 1973. 66 pp.

T1.34 The Creek Saber Conversion, 24 July 1970 24 July 1973. (S) Barry J. Anderson. 1973. 78 pp.

T1.35 USAFE Actions in the October 1973 Middle East Crisis. (S) R. Bruce Harley. 1974. 93 pp.

T1.36 Historical Highlights of USAFE, 1945-1973. (S) R. Bruce Harley. 1974. 117 pp.

T1.37 USAFE and the Commitment to NATO. 1949-1973. (S) Walton S. Moody. 1974. 117 pp.

T1.38 USAFE Dual-Based Forces, 1966-1973. (S) Warren A. Trest. 1974. 84 pp.

T1.39 Command and Control of Tactical Air Power in Central Europe. (S) James M. McClaughcrty. 1974. 79 pp.

T1.40 USAFE Contingency Actions in the Cyprus Crisis, 1974. (S) Samuel R. Spencer and Walton S. Moody. 1974. 58 pp.

T1.41 The USAFE Energy Conservation Program. (S) Samuel R. Spencer. 1974. 76 pp.

T1.42 USAF Disaster Relief Operations in Italy, May-June 1976. Walton S. Moody. 1976. 45 pp.

T1.43 USAFE Training Ranges: Acquisition and Development, 1945-1975. (S) R. Bruce Harley. 1976. 136 pp.

T1.44 Air Force Posture in NATO's Central Region, 1947-1976. (S) Walton S. Moody. 1978. 148 pp.

T1.45 USAFE Profile: Personnel Strength and Organizational Change, 1945-1978. (S) Richard H. Emmons. 1979. 56 pp.

T1.46 USAF Aircraft Basing in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, 1945-1980. (S) Lawrence R. Benson. 1981. 180 pp.

T1.47 Historical Highlights: United States Air Forces in Europe, 1945-1980. Martin E. James. 1981. 102 pp.

T1.48 Proud Phantom: The USAF Tactical Deployment to Egypt, June-Oct 1980. (S) Lt. Col. Maurice Maryanow, Robert T. Cossaboom, and Robert L. Swetzer. 1981. 98 pp.

T1.49 U.S. Forces in Turkey. 1947-1981. (S) Lawrence R. Benson. 1981. 187 pp.

T1.50 Sentries over Europe: First Decade of the E-3A Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) in NATO Europe. (S) Lawrence R. Benson. 1983. 146 pp.

T1.51 Sentries over the Middle East: E-3A Airborne Warning and Control Operations in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, 1979-1983. (S) Lawrenee R. Benson. 1983. 196 pp.

SEVENTEENTH AIR FORCE

T2.1 Aircraft Warning and Control System. 1959-1980. (S) Manuel E. Siso. 1981. 89 pp.

SIXTEENTH AIR FORCE

[Monographs T3.1 through T3.5 were written while Sixteenth Air Force was a subordinate unit of Strategic Air Command]

T3.1 [Available only at USAFHRC] Chronology of Sixteenth Air Force Installations in Spain, 1953-1959. Mary E. Hayes. 1960. 495pp.

T3.2 Sixteenth Air Force Withdrawal from Morocco, 1956-Mid 1961. (S) Mary E. Hayes. 1961. 62 pp.

T3.3 A Chronology of the Cuban Crisis, Oct-Nov 1962. (TS) Mary E. Hayes. 1962. 372 pp.

T3.4 Sixteenth Air Force Operations in the Cuban Crisis, Oct-Nov 1962. (TS) Mary E. Hayes. 1963. 161 pp.

T3.5 Long Line Communications Contract, 1 June 1955-19 Dec 1963. (S) Mary E. Hayes. 1964. 58 pp.

T3.6 Lineage of Units and Installations in Spain Involved in the SAC-USAFE Transfer. Mary E. Hayes. 1966. 155 pp.

T3.7 Exercise Pathfinder Express, 14 May-1 June 1967. Robert L. Swctzer. 1967. 68 pp.

T3.8 [Available only at USAFHRC] Sixteenth Air Force "Operation Recovery," 17 Jan- 7 Apr 1966. (S) Mary E. Hayes. 1968. 495 pp.

T3.9 Humanitarian Actions in Spain, 1957-1968. Robert L. Swetzer. 1968. 12 pp.

T3.10 History of the USAF Withdrawal from Libya, 1 Sep 1969-11 June 1970, Vol I—Narrative. (S) James Spiros. 1971. 177 pp.

T3.11 The JUSMG/MAAG Papers on the Bases in Spain, 1951-1957, Part I: Initial Negotiation, Vol I, Calendar of Documents. James T. Stensvaag. 1974. 98 pp.

T3.12 The JUSMG/MAAG Papers on the Bases in Spain, 1951-1957. Part II: Implementation of the Agreements. Vol I, Calendar of Documents. James T. Stensvaag. 1975. 184 pp.

T3.13 USAF Operations in the Mediterranean, 1945-1975. (S) Robert L. Swetzer. 1976. 127 pp.

T3.14 A Study of the Actions Taken by Zaragoza AB Personnel in Connection with the Fire at the Hotel Corona De Aragon in Zaragoza, Spain, on 12 July 1979. Gary M. Murphy. 1979. 23 pp.

T3.15 U.S. Base Rights in Spain, 1953-1976 (A Preliminary Report). (S) Robert L. Swetzer. 1981. 305 pp.

THIRD AIR FORCE

T4.1 USAF in Britain, 1948-1954: Its Impact on Anglo-American Relations. Staff. 1954. 20 pp.

T4.2 History of the USAF Construction Program in UK, July 1948-Dec 1955. E. R. Eggers. 1956. 56 pp.

T4.3 Nuclear Disarmament Demonstrations at USAF Bases in the United Kingdom, 1961. Kenneth Sams. 1962. 26 pp.

T4.4 A Short History and Chronology of the USAF in the UK, 1948-1967. Charles H. Hildreth. 1967. 27 pp.

T4.5 Installations and US AAF Combat Units in the United Kingdom, 1942-1945. (Revised Feb. 1975). Richard H. Willard. 1967. 28 pp.

T4.6 Locations of United States Military Units in the United Kingdom, 16 July 1948-31 Dec 1967. (Revised Feb 1975). Richard H. Willard. 1968. 95 pp.

T4.7 Anti-American Vietnam Demonstrations, 1968, 2 vols. John W. Dennison. 1969. 85 pp.

T4.8 The Energy Crisis Experience, 3AF, Oct 1973-April 1974. (S) Vernon D. Burk. 1975. 64 pp.

T4.9 Creek Common 1976. (S) Abe Cataneda. 1976. 88 pp.

T4.10 The USAF in the United Kingdom, 1948-1973 Organization. (S) Vernon D. Burk. 1977. 209 pp.

T4.11 The Introduction of Dissimilar Air Combat Tactics in Europe: The Aggressor Role. (S) Vincent C. Breslin. 1980. 129 pp.

T4.12 Installations and USAAF Combat Units in the United Kingdom. 1942-1945. Revised and Expanded Edition of 1815. Third Air Force. 1980. 41 pp.

THE UNITED STATES LOGISTICS GROUP (TUSLOG)

T5.1 History of the Strike: Tumpane Co. (S) Staff. 1969. 130 pp.

T5.2 A Brief History of U.S. Forces in Turkey, 1947-1978. Lawrence R. Benson. 1978. 116 pp.