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69th Bombardment Squadron, Heavy
United States Air Force
Strength
Air Squadron
Type
Bomber
Years
1947 - Present
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Members Who Served in This Unit

Barbier, Kermit, Lt Col
Status
USAF Retired
Service Years
1968 - 1993
MOS
2711-Research and Development Director
Primary Unit
596th Bombardment Squadron, Heavy
Home State
Arizona
Home Town
Not Specified
Bolton, James, III, Capt
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1972 - 1982
MOS
1535-Navigator, Tanker
Primary Unit
407th Air Refueling Squadron, Heavy
Home State
Georgia
Home Town
Not Specified
Bromell, Harold, CMSgt
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1981 - 2005
MOS
9G000-Enlisted Aide
Primary Unit
6151st Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Home State
Virginia
Home Town
Not Specified
Kirby, Bobby Alexander, Col
Status
USAF Active
Service Years
1952 - 1972
MOS
1555Z-Weapon Systems Officer
Primary Unit
72nd Strategic Wing (Provisional)
Home State
Georgia
Home Town
East Point, Georgia
Lafler, Robert, Capt
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1979 - 1992
MOS
12B3E-Bomber Navigator Intermediate B-52 Navigator/Radar Navigator
Primary Unit
69th Bombardment Squadron, Heavy
Home State
Arizona
Home Town
Not Specified
Lindner, Robert, Capt
Status
USAF Veteran
Service Years
1979 - 1992
MOS
2225C-Air Operations Officer
Primary Unit
69th Bombardment Squadron, Heavy
Home State
Florida
Home Town
Not Specified

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Unit History

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Operations History

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