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Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)
United States Air Force
Strength
Command
Type
HQ/ Command Element
Years
1900 - 1900

Reporting Units

Not Specified

Members Who Served in This Unit

Alder, Louis O., Maj Gen
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1942 - 1975
MOS
2-General Officer
Primary Unit
HQ Air Force Logistics Command (HQAFLC)
Home State
Idaho
Home Town
Preston
Angell, Gregory S., Capt
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1974 - 1986
MOS
1111C-Pilot
Primary Unit
Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)
Home State
California
Home Town
Palo Alto
Ashmore, Mike, Lt Col
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1968 - 1988
MOS
11AXX-Airlift Pilot
Primary Unit
1402nd Military Airlift Squadron
Home State
Florida
Home Town
Not Specified
Bradley, Tom, Col
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1962 - 1992
MOS
AAF MOS 9310-Inspector General
Primary Unit
71st Flight Training Squadron (Cadre)
Home State
Florida
Home Town
Not Specified
Donohue, Frederic Martin, Col
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1954 - 1984
MOS
00X-Unknown AFSC
Primary Unit
54th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron
Home State
California
Home Town
Petaluma, California

Unit Description

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Member Photos For This Unit

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Unit Patches

Unit Citations

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Unit History

Not Specified

Operations History

Not Specified

Reunion information

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