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Crew No. 37 at Barksdale Field, LA on 23 October 1944 Left to right

By the mid-1930s, the U.S. Army Air Corps (USAAC), superseded by the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) on 20 June 1941, was ordering all-metal, single-engine, ...

Aviation Cadet Training Program (USAAF)

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Douglas C-39 transport

United States Army Air Corps Recruiting Poster

Martin B-12A (variant of the B-10) of 31st Bomb Squadron, 7th BG, Hamilton Field, California

Image: MAINTENANCE IN ETO; ENGINE CHANGE AT BASE IN ENGLAND

Key American military officials in Europe. U.S. Marine Corps with the ...

U. S. Army Air Forces Recruitment posters

Picture of the United States in World War 2

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An Air Force pilot from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, performs a pre

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Air Force logo.

U. S. Army Air Forces Recruitment posters

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US Army Air Forces Around the World | WW2 Era OSS Documentary | 1944

Air Force awarding combat medal.

69th Airforce Birthday

Air Force officers.

US Army Air Corps

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Medium bombers of the Ninth Air Force striking Pointe du Hoc on June 4, 1944

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Army Regulation 95-5 was a U.S. Army revision made on 20 June 1941 in order to resolve conflicts of command and create the Army Air Forces with the Air ...

Aerial Dead Reckoning Computer. E-6B. U.S. Army Air Corps. Made by Keuffel & Esser Co., N.Y. N.d., ca. 1940-1941. - Computer, Analog

The Persian Gulf Command and the Lend-Lease Mission to the Soviet Union during World War II

Luke Air Force Base History. Luke AFB History. In 1940, the U.S. Army ...

Bell Airacobra Engine and Cockpit Engine work on the Allison engine…

"Attention Young Men" 1942 US Army Air Corps WWII Recruiting Film No.3; Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress - YouTube

U.S. Army paratroopers assigned to the Company B, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, observe a U.S. Air Force F-16 Falcon ...

Note the radar antennas on the top of the cat's head. (Established as Patrol Squadron FORTY FOUR on 3 June Redesignated Patrol ...

Image: SALVAGE; FIFTEENTH AIR FORCE SALVAGE YARD

Picture of the World War 2 Events of 1941

HyperWar: The Army Air Forces in WWII: Vol. I--Plans & Early Operations [Chapter 17]

B-25 Mitchell Bombers: "The Earthquakers" 1944 US Army Air Forces; North Africa; World War II

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Douglas Boston Mk. II AH435 WRG# 0026949

FUTURE TECHNOLOGY of the US Air force Documentry

Unlike the Royal Air Force (RAF) or the Luftwaffe, but like the USAAF and JAAF, the VVS was not a separate air force organization.

Sixth Air Force Caribbean Islands Panama South America

On 8 August 1934, the U.S. Army Air Corps (USAAC) tendered a proposal for a multi-engined bomber to replace the Martin B-10. The Air Corps was looking for a ...

USAF History: "Air Power American" 1951 US Air Force; Animated History of Aviation

A-36 Invader (P-51 Mustang Attack Variant) "A Day With the A-36s" ~ 1943 US Army Air Forces; WWII

A pre-World War II postcard showing Douglas B-18A "Bolos" assigbed to the 38th Reconnaissance Squadron on the flightline at March Field, circa 1938- 1941 ...

Image: PRODUCTION LINE METHODS IN REPAIR OF P-39'S McCLELLAN FIELD, CALIF.

Image: SECTIONAL DUTY CHART of an AIR DEPOT GROUP 1942

USAAF recruitment poster.

First Air Force Northeast United States (Zone of the Interior)

... Courtesy US Air Force. Florence Fairchild unveiling portrait of ...

Fourteenth Air Force China

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General Henry H. Arnold, Chief of the Army Air Forces

Army Air Corps Patches

Tupolve SB a high speed twin engine three seat bomber by June 1941 over 90 percent

US Air force puts on a SHOW OF FORCE to show the world who's boss

Peter Stackpole—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images Visiting his hometown in Col. Jimmy Stewart plays with a pair of puppets he made when he was seven years ...

U.S. Army uniform

Messerschmitt Bf Letka 13 also known as "White was (it had previously served with the 52 and had been damaged through pilot error 1941

Ground crew of the 92nd Bomb Group load bombs onto a B-17 Flying Fortress

American troops of the 28th Infantry Division march down the Champs-Élysées, in the victory parade following the Liberation of Paris

Official photograph of US Army Air Forces Colonel John C. Flanagan receiving the Legion of Merit from General Henry 'Hap' Arnold, 1946.

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AeroVironment RQ-11 Raven, an unmanned aerial vehicle used for battlefield surveillance, being

Image: AIR FORCE STAFF LEVELS, DECEMBER 1941 (SIMPLIFIED)

The AVG (American Volunteer Group) “Flying Tigers” flew shark-mouthed P-40s against the Japanese over Burma and China, helping give the Warhawk its iconic ...

“Skirted Soldiers”: The Women's Army Corps and Gender Integration of the U.S. Army during World War II

B-17 Flying Fortresses

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General Carl A. Spaatz

Image: MAINTENANCE IN ETO; CLEANING SPARE ENGINE PARTS, WARRINGTON-BURTONWOOD AIR DEPOT

The AVG (American Volunteer Group) “Flying Tigers” flew shark-mouthed P-40s against the Japanese over Burma and China, helping give the Warhawk its iconic ...

June 28, 1950

... RAAF march, Brisbane, November 1941

Image: MAINTENANCE, STATESIDE ; AT SAN ANGELO BOMBARDIER SCHOOL, TEX.

An 8th Air Force North American P-51D with auxiliary fuel tanks flies above the

History of the United States Air Force | Wright Brothers | Henry H. Arnold

Combat divisions fielded by the U.S. Army and Marine Corps comprised regulars, recruits, and

Air Force Announces New Deployment System

The air corps (renamed United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) on 20 June 1941), using the B-17 and other bombers, bombed from high altitudes using the ...

General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper, a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle,