Association of the Air Force Missileers

Follow the history of Air Force Missileers and missile programs. Including Snark, Bomarc, Matador, Mace, Thor, Jupiter, Atlas, Titan, Minuteman, Peacekeeper, Space Launch, Air-to-Air, Air-to-Ground and a variety of other programs.

Association of the Air Force Missileers

Author: Turner Publishing

Publisher: Turner

ISBN: 9781683367048

Page: 136

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Follow the history of Air Force Missileers and missile programs. Including Snark, Bomarc, Matador, Mace, Thor, Jupiter, Atlas, Titan, Minuteman, Peacekeeper, Space Launch, Air-to-Air, Air-to-Ground and a variety of other programs. Includes rare photos, patches, maps, charts, personal experience stories, Air Force Missileers veteran's biographies, and roster of Air Force Missileers association members.

Air Force Missileers

More than 1,800 missileers and those with an interest in missiles and missiles
have joined since the organization began. The association is dedicated to the
following goals: Goal: Preserving the heritage of United States Air Force missiles
and ...

Air Force Missileers

Author: Turner Publishing Company

Publisher: Turner Publishing Company

ISBN: 1563114550

Page: 136

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Follow the history of Air Force Missileers and missile programs. Including Snark, Bomarc, Matador, Mace, Thor, Jupiter, Atlas, Titan, Minuteman, Peacekeeper, Space Launch, Air-to-Air, Air-to-Ground and a variety of other programs. Includes rare photos, patches, maps, charts, personal experience stories, Air Force Missileers veteran's biographies, and roster of Air Force Missileers association members.

Air Force Fifty

Submitted by John E. Hagan Association of Air Force Missileers In July 1991, a
number of United States Air Force missileers who had been or were then
assigned to the 3901st Strategic Missile Evaluation Squadron gathered for the
thirtieth ...

Air Force Fifty

Author: Air Force Association

Publisher: Turner Publishing Company

ISBN: 1563114097

Page: 192

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U S Air Force Tactical Missiles

Victors in the Cold War, Association of Air Force Missileers, David K. Stumpf,
Turner Publishing Company, Paducah, Kentucky, 1998 38th Tactical Missile
Wing Archives, Research Studies Institute, Air University, USAF Historical
Division, ...

U S  Air Force Tactical Missiles

Author: George Mindling

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557000297

Page: 342

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The U.S. Air Force Tactical Missiles, 1949-1969, The Pioneers offers the rich, fascinating history of the first surface-to-surface tactical missiles of the U.S. Air Force, the winged, nuclear-capable Matador and Mace missiles, and their units and personnel in West Germany, Taiwan, Korea, Okinawa and the United States. The U.S. Air Force Tactical Missiles, 1949-1969, The Pioneers ties that unique era and those of other tactical missiles together in a remarkably broad, deep and valuable perspective that also includes the World War II German V-1 and reaches back all the way to the first flight in the United States in 1916 of an aircraft not controlled by a pilot.

Air Force Magazine

The Air Force was focused on the ICBM and did not want to scatter its
concentration . ... However , as Greg Ogletree said in a monograph done for the
Association of Air Force Missileers , it often seemed that everybody , including “
the cook at ...

Air Force Magazine

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Vandenberg Air Force Base

Charlie Simpson (Association of Air Force Missileers), and Col. David Arnold for
their assistance. The help provided by the staff of the Vandenberg Library (
Christine McLaughlin, Dianne Welch, and Joseph L. Carlson) was essential to
the ...

Vandenberg Air Force Base

Author: Joseph T. Page II

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 143964876X

Page: 128

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A historical cornucopia ranging from native tribal lands and ranch living to infantry training grounds and missile launch site, the location currently known as Vandenberg Air Force Base has held an amazing legacy that continues today. Stretching over 45 miles of pristine California coastline and covering over 99,000 acres, the base has been the vanguard for the United States’ space and missile program. Showcasing over 1,900 launches since 1957, Vandenberg put the world’s first photoreconnaissance (spy) satellite into orbit and is the only launch location for America’s operational intercontinental ballistic missile force. Within Vandenberg’s lands are ancient rock drawings from the native Chumash tribe, hundreds of species of plants, insects, and animals, and untouched beaches—protected and thriving under the military’s stewardship of the lands. Within these pages are stories and photographs that highlight Vandenberg Air Force Base’s legacy as the free world’s first missile base.

Assured Destruction

This book documents the rapid development of nuclear ballistic missiles in the United States and their equally swift demise after the Cuban Missile Crisis, revealing how these drastic changes negatively influenced both the Air Force and the ...

Assured Destruction

Author: David Bath

Publisher: US Naval Institute Press

ISBN: 9781682474938

Page: 256

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This book documents the rapid development of nuclear ballistic missiles in the United States and their equally swift demise after the Cuban Missile Crisis, revealing how these drastic changes negatively influenced both the Air Force and the missile community.

Encyclopedia of Associations

Force Sergeants Association. Conventions/Meetings: AFSA International Annual
Convention (exhibits). 19730 □ Association of Air Force Missileers (AAFM) PC)
Box 5693 Breckenridge, CO 80424 Ph: (970)453-0500 Fax: (970)453-0500 ...

Encyclopedia of Associations

Author: Kristy A. Swartout

Publisher: Not Avail

ISBN: 9780787682866

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Air Power History

2231 www . commemorativeairforce . org E The 306th Bomb Group Association
reunion will be held on October 19 ... Westmoreland , MACV , dies The
Association of Air Force Missileers will hold its seventh national meeting
September 27 to ...

Air Power History

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Encyclopedia of Associations

Encyclopedia of Associations

Author: Gale Research Company

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A comprehensive list of national organizations described briefly, with names, addresses, and telephone numbers. Associations keep track of industry data for their members and may have valuable information on an industry that would not be found in standard business sources. Indexes include name of organization, key word, and geographic area.

Encyclopedia of Associations V1 Index 43 Pt3

Encyclopedia of Associations V1 Index 43 Pt3

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ISBN: 9780787682835

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A guide to more than 22,000 national and international organizations, including: trade, business, and commercial; environmental and agricultural; legal, governmental, public administration, and military; engineering, technological, and natural and social sciences; educational; cultural; social welfare; health and medical; public affairs; fraternal, nationality, and ethnic; religious; veterans', hereditary, and patriotic; hobby and avocational; athletic and sports; labor unions, associations, and federations; chambers of commerce and trade and tourism; Greek letter and related organizations; and fan clubs.

Associations USA

Associations USA

Author: Omnigraphics, Incorporated

Publisher: Omnigraphics Incorporated

ISBN: 9780780808225

Page: 608

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An Appendix to Chambers of Commerce provides detailed contact data for U.S. state and local chambers as well as Canadian chambers. An Index to Acronyms is also included.

The Missile Plains

Our special thanks extend to the staff of the National Park Service, including project manager Ron Cockrell, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Historian Sue Lamie, Badlands National Park Superintendent William R. Supernaugh, contract ...

The Missile Plains

Author: Christina Slattery

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781468044010

Page: 224

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The purpose of this study is to bring to light the history and context of Minuteman Missile National Historic Site. To achieve this goal, a number of individuals and organizations have generously shared their knowledge and resources. Our special thanks extend to the staff of the National Park Service, including project manager Ron Cockrell, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Historian Sue Lamie, Badlands National Park Superintendent William R. Supernaugh, contract manager Ron Eilefson, Mary McVeigh and Dan Savage of the Denver Service Center, Historic American Engineering Record staff, and additional National Park Service staff that reviewed and commented on the study. We would also like to thank individuals at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota who offered support and provided access to research materials, including Tim Pavek, Environmental Engineer with the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron; Cheryl Cordray, Rich Kauk, and Dan Rexroad in the Real Estate division of the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron; and Staff Sergeant Dennis Wilkinson of the Ellsworth Air Force Base the 28th Bomb Wing History Office. We are especially grateful to the individuals who took the time to be interviewed thereby providing valuable insight on many topics of this study. Our thanks go to: Jay Davis, Ted Hustead, John LaForge, Wendy McNiel, Gene Williams, and Tom Wilson. Our appreciation is extended to several individuals and organizations that offered their support and resources, including Charles Simpson of the Association of Air Force Missileers; Ron Alley of the South Dakota Air and Space Museum; Michael L. Faust of Peter Kiewit and Sons' Inc. in Omaha, Nebraska, for sharing historic construction images and company newsletters; Bonnie Urfer and the Nukewatch organization for providing information and sharing photographs; and the staff of the South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office. In addition our thanks go to the staffs of the various repositories with whom we consulted during the course of research for this project: Dr. Frederick Shaw and Joseph Caver and the staff of the Air Force Historical Research Agency at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama; the Air University Library at Maxwell Air Force Base; Bill Burr and the staff of the National Security Archive in Washington, D.C.; the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston; the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library in Abilene, Kansas; the Harry S. Truman Library in Independence, Missouri; the National Archives and Records Administration; the Boeing Archives; and the South Dakota State Historical Society State Archives.