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United States Army Air Service
United States Air Force
Strength
Command
Type
Garrison - Command Element
Years
1918 - 1926
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Members Who Served in This Unit

Albrook, Frank Potter, 1st Lt
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1921 - 1924
MOS
AAF MOS 770-Airplane Pilot
Primary Unit
3502nd Army Air Force Base Unit
Home State
Iowa
Home Town
Delhi, Iowa
Aldrin, Edwin Eugene, Sr., Col
Status
USAFR Retired
Service Years
1917 - 1956
MOS
Not Specified
Primary Unit
Air Force Reserve Command
Home State
Massachusetts
Home Town
Worcester, Massachusetts
Anderson, Orvil Arson, Maj Gen
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1917 - 1951
MOS
AAF MOS 1060-Bombardment Unit Commander
Primary Unit
3750th Technical Training Wing (Staff)
Home State
Utah
Home Town
Butte, Montana
Andrews, Frank Maxwell, Lt Gen
Status
USAAF Veteran
Service Years
1902 - 1943
MOS
AAF MOS 1024-Pilot, Four-Engine Aircraft
Primary Unit
Caribbean Air Command
Home State
Tennessee
Home Town
Nashville, Tennessee
Archer, Earl James, Maj Gen
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1946 - 1979
MOS
16-Director of Personnel
Primary Unit
Secretary of the Air Force Personnel Council (SAFPC), Air Force Review Boards Agency
Home State
Ohio
Home Town
Cincinnati
Badham, William Terry, Brig Gen
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1918 - 1945
MOS
AAF MOS 1055-Pilot, Single-Engine Fighter
Primary Unit
8th Air Force
Home State
Alabama
Home Town
Birmingham, Alabama

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Unit History

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Operations History

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