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- David Ivry was born in Tel-Aviv, in the year 1934.
- Air Force Generals were surprised to learn that 30% of daily Army cargo was bottled water.
- The air force generals are now asking the aircraft designers for a subsonic, long range heavy bomber that could operate with, or without, a crew.
- Air force generals are like that.
- The Air Force generals are infatuated with big ticket items, new technology and sleek new machines.
- June 16 - Vostok 6 carries Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman, into space.
- Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space on board Vostok 6 on June 16, 1963.
- The first woman was Russian Valentina Tereshkova, launched into space in June 1963 aboard Vostok 6.
- Alexey Leonov was decorated twice as the Hero of the Soviet Union ( March 23, 1965 and 1975).
- Dumitru Prunariu was a cosmonaut who was born on September 27, 1952, in Romania.
- ISBN 0-517-55188-8. Crane, Conrad C. (1994). The cigar that brought the fire wind: Curtis LeMay and the strategic bombing of Japan.
- Judo 's resurgence after the War was due primarily to two individuals: Kyuzo Mifune and Curtis LeMay.
- Curtis LeMay advocated massive bombing of the emerging missile sites, a move that might well have precipitated all-out nuclear war.
- LeMay was appointed ( 1948) commander in chief of the Strategic Air Command and in 1957 was also made vice chief of staff for the air force.
- LeMay was born in Columbus, Ohio on November 15, 1906 to Erving LeMay, an ironworker, and Arizona Carpenter; he was raised in his native city.
- LeMay was a belligerent and totally committed anti- Communist.
- LeMay was a ringleader in the Joint Chiefs of Staff insofar as urging Kennedy to go to war in the Bay of Pigs and later in the Cuban missile crisis.
- LeMay was appalled and began an intense program of training and building up air bases around the country and eventually the world.
- Clay was told to take advice from General Curtis LeMay, commander of USAF Europe, to see if an airlift was possible.
- Clay was told to take advice from General Curtis LeMay, commander of United States Air Forces in Europe, to see if an airlift was possible.
- Kenney was later appointed commander of Allied air forces in the South West Pacific Area, reporting directly to General Douglas MacArthur.
- Kenney was promoted to a full General on March 9, 1945 and travelled to Europe as a staff officer.
- In 1949 keerde LeMay terug naar de VS om het bevel over de Strategic Air Command op zich te nemen, als opvolger van generaal George Kenney.
- General George Kenney officially took over as Allied air commander, SWPA.
- Harris was promoted to marshal of the RAF in 1946.
- Harris was persuaded by Winston Churchill when he became Prime Minister in 1953 to accept a baronetcy.
- General Michael Hayden, deputy director of National Intelligence, attempted to assuage fears that civil liberties would be savaged by the Bush brown shirts.
- The answer has been provided several times, most recently by CIA Director and General Michael Hayden.
- The astronaut was made the first freeman of the burgh, and happily declared the town his home.
- The first known use of the term "astronaut" in the modern sense was by Neil R. Jones in his short story The Death's Head Meteor in 1930.
- The crew members: John W. Young, commander; Ken Mattingly, command module pilot; and Charles Duke, lunar module pilot.
- Charles Duke donated some relics, including a lunar map, to Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
- Trivia Panoramic Assembly of Apollo 16 Plum and Flag Craters (moonpans.com) Charles Duke left a plastic-encased photo portrait of his family on the moon.
- Chuck Yeager was the first human to fly faster than the speed of sound.
- Gen. Dan Halutz said at a briefing at a military base in northern Israel, according to Reuters.
- Not Olmert, not Peretz, not even Dan Halutz - the third corner of this unholy triangle.
- Dan Halutz and IAF commander Eliezer Shkedi know how much such a spectacular victory would mean to retrieving their services’ reputations.
- The first CIA mission to Indochina, under the code name Saigon Military Mission arrived in 1954, under Edward Lansdale.
- Colonel Edward Lansdale suggested that Diem should provide two ballot papers, red for Diem and green for Bao Dai.
- Col. Garrett Harencak, commander of the 7th Bomb Wing at Dyess Air Force Base, is leaving in July for an assignment in Virginia.
- Gen. Garrett Harencak, followed up on the incident by temporarily suspending flying operations for all 20 remaining B-2s to review procedures.
- Gen. Garrett Harencak, 509th Bomb Wing commander, who was officially promoted to brigadier general in a ceremony here Jan.
- The first mission to orbit the moon was Apollo 8, which included William Anders who was born in Hong Kong, making him the first Asian-born astronaut in 1968.
- In the process of crews being reassigned, Collins was moved to the CMP position, since his new crew was Borman, Collins and William Anders.
- William Anders Charles Bassett Selected as a pilot for Gemini 9, but died in a plane crash before the mission.
- Albert Boyd was a pioneering test pilot for the United States Air Force.
- General is a high military rank, used by nearly every country in the world.
- The general is a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours.
- The general was a command pilot with more than 4,000 flying hours, and wore the master missile badge.
- The general was appointed vice chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force in August 1968, and chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force in August 1969.
- The general was born in Cherokee, Iowa, in 1915.
- James McDivitt was an American astronaut who was born on June 10, 1929, in Illinois.
- In February 1951, he accompanied General Lauris Norstad to Europe as a member of his planning staff.
- Gen. Lauris Norstad is one of only two airmen to serve as the Supreme Allied Commander Europe.
- Mattingly was a student at the Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School when NASA selected him as an astronaut in April 1966.
- Mattingly was the spacecraft commander and Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr., was the pilot.
- Michael Collins was the first CAPCOM on duty and at 2 hours, 27 minutes and 22 seconds after launch radioed, "Apollo 8.
- Michael Collins was the first of these on duty and at 2 hours, 27 minutes and 22 seconds after launch radioed " Apollo 8.
- Lemnitzer was promoted to Brigadier General in June 1942 and assigned to General Eisenhower 's staff shortly thereafter.
- Lemnitzer was promoted to the rank of General and named Commander of U.S. Army Forces in the Far East and of the 8th Army in March 1955.
- Lemnitzer was one of the senior officers sent to negotiate the Italian surrender during the secret Operation Sunrise and the German surrender in 1945.
- Lemnitzer was one of the senior officers sent to negotiate the Italian surrender in 1943 and the German surrender in 1945.
- Lemnitzer was played by John Seitz in the 1991 film JFK.
- The Academy is organized on several levels.
- The Academy was designed by architect Walter Netsch with the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
- The Academy was designed by the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
- Allen was awarded the 1999 Distinguished Graduate Award of the Association of Graduates, the alumni assocation of West Point graduates.
- Allen was awarded the 1999 Distinguished Graduate Award of the Association of Graduates, the alumni association of West Point graduates.
- Arnold was a General of the Army and retired when the Army Air Force (AAF) was a component of the U.S. Army.
- Arnold was a natural flier and pioneer.
- Arnold was ordered back to Rockwell Field on December 21, 1918, to supervise the demobilization of 8,000 airmen and surplus aircraft.
- Arnold was ordered to find a suitable location for an airfield in the Panama Canal Zone, then build it and command the aero squadron to be assigned there.
- Arnold was placed in command of the US Army Air Forces when it was created from the US Army Air Corps in June 1941.
- Barry Goldwater was also a prolific spokesman for amateur radio and those in it.
- Barry Goldwater was also a prominent spokesman for amateur radio and its enthusiasts.
- Blue Book was also ordered to reduce the number of unidentified to a minimum.
- Blue Book was also ordered to reduce the number of unidentifieds to a minimum.
- Blue Book was also upgraded in status from Project Grudge.
- Blue Book was investigated by the Congress and the CIA, with critics suggesting that Blue Book was lacking as a scientific study.
- Brent Scowcroft is a realist.
- Brent Scowcroft is a shrewd, no-nonsense military and geopolitical strategist.
- Brent Scowcroft is a well-known conservative critic of the war and an American patriot.
- Butler is a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours.
- Butler was selected for study in France as an Olmsted scholar.
- Cadets are eligible for ten orientation flights in CAP aircraft including five glider flights.
- Cadets are required to take physical education courses in each of their four years at the Academy.
- Cadets are considered the "guardians and stewards" of the Code.
- Cadets are divided into four classes, much like a civilian college.
- Carl Andrew Spaatz was born into a German immigrant family in Boyerstown, Pennsylvania on June 28, 1891.
- Charles Lindbergh is a recipient of the Medal of Honor.
- Charles Lindbergh was also briefly co-opted by the Air Corps as a spokesman for aviation.
- Charles Lindbergh was selected as Time Magazine 's " Man of the Year " in 1927, the first holder of that title.
- In his later years Charles Sweeney performed in various air shows doing many maneuvers to awe crowds.
- The staff was swapped just before the raid and Major Charles Sweeney departed with Bockscar together with The Great Artiste and another aircraft.
- General Chuck Horner is a real character and I enjoyed his insights immensely.
- Duke is one of the astronauts featured in the documentary In the Shadow of the Moon.
- Duke was commissioned upon graduation from the Naval Academy in 1957.
- Duncan McNabb will succeed him as TransCom commander.
- The news that appears on Duncan McNabb will appear there and be constantly updated.
- Duncan McNabb, Schwartz's successor, senators have not addressed Donley's nomination in part because Sen.
- Eaker was a vice president of Hughes Tool Company and Hughes Aircraft (1947–57) and of Douglas Aircraft (1957–61).
- Eaker was born in Field Creek, Texas, in 1896, the son of a tenant farmer.
- Eaker was inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame, in Dayton, Ohio, in 1970.
- Eaker was ordered to England in January 1942 and put together a small staff to accompany him.
- Eaker was ordered to England in January of 1942 and put together a small staff to accompany him.
- Elwood Richard Quesada was born in Washington, D.C. in 1904 to an Irish-American mother and a Spanish father.
- Gene Budig is a former commissioner of the American League (1994-2000).
- Halutz is a graduate of Tel Aviv University and received a B.A. in economics.
- Halutz was the leader, and Olmert was led.
- Harry Lee was elected sheriff in 1979, having defeated long-time incumbent Alwynn Cronvich.
- James Stewart was active in philanthropic affairs over the years.
- James Stewart was featured on the cover of "Life".
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