Brown, Randall, A1C

Security Police
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Current Service Status
USAF Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Airman 1st Class
Current/Last Primary AFSC/MOS
77150A-Air Policeman
Current/Last AFSC Group
Security Police
Primary Unit
1962-1966, 22nd Air Defense Missile Squadron
Service Years
1960 - 1966
Airman 1st Class

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Air Force Air Police Air Force Security Police Badge (1960-1966)

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US Air Force Honorable Discharge

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United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
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 1962-1964, CIM-10 BOMARC Missile
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 CIM-10 BOMARC Missile Details

Aircraft/Missile Information
The supersonic Bomarc missiles (IM-99A and IM-99B) were the world's first long-range anti-aircraft missiles, and the first missiles that Boeing mass produced. The program also represented the first time Boeing designed and built launch facilities. It used analog computers, some of which were built by Boeing and had been developed for GAPA experiments during World War II.

Authorized by the Air Force in 1949, the F-99 Bomarc prototype was the result of coordinated research between Boeing (Bo) and the University of Michigan Aeronautical Research Center (marc).

The missiles were housed on a constant combat-ready basis in individual launch shelters in remote areas. The alert signal could fire the missiles around the country in 30 seconds. The Model A had a range of 200 miles, and the B, which followed, could fly 400 miles.

The production IM-99A first flew on Feb. 24, 1955. Boeing built 700 Bomarc missiles between 1957 and 1964, as well as 420 launch systems. Bomarc was retired from active service during the early 1970s.
Specifications First flight: Feb. 24, 1955
Military designation: IM-99A/IM-99B
Classification: Missile
Wingspan: 18 feet 2 inches
Diameter: 35 inches
Length: 45 feet
Approx. takeoff weight: 16,000 pounds
Top speed: More than Mach 2.5
Range: More than 400 miles (IM-99B)
Ceiling: More than 80,000 feet
Power: 50,000-pound-thrust solid-fuel rocket (takeoff); two 12,000-pound-thrust Marquardt ramjet engines (cruise)
Armament: Nuclear warhead

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Last Updated: Oct 14, 2019
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  27 Also There at This Aircraft:
  • Adcox, James, MSgt, (1954-1980)
  • Atkins, Allan, TSgt, (1956-1979)
  • Bertram, Joseph, TSgt, (1961-1995)
  • Blakely, John, MSgt, (1963-1983)
  • Buresch, Bill, A2C, (1960-1964)
  • Camp, Curt, MSgt, (1954-1978)
  • Case, Robert
  • Erlinger, Ralph, A1C, (1963-1966)
  • Ernissee, John, A1C, (1960-1964)
  • Frakes, Forrest, MSgt, (1960-1983)
  • Hewitt, Billie, SMSgt, (1961-1981)
  • Hornberger, Dennis, A1C, (1959-1963)
  • Hudnall, Bernard, A1C, (1958-1962)
  • Karnes, Bryan, MSgt, (1955-1976)
  • Kirby, Joseph, MSgt, (1963-1983)
  • Koster, Gary, MSgt, (1954-1975)
  • Lyon, David, A2C, (1961-1967)
  • Magee, William, A1C, (1962-1966)
  • Thrall, Jr., James M., A1C, (1961-1965)
  • Trautman, Konrad Wigand, Col, (1944-1981)
  • Walker, Edward, A1C, (1958-1963)
  • Watson, James, A2C, (1962-1966)
  • Williams, Lonnie R, A1C, (1960-1964)
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