Subject Source: NafScope Note: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n79109033.html
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Charles J. Langmack Papers
Abstract The Charles Langmack Papers contains textual materials, scrapbooks, and photographs concerning the life and military career of Charles Langmack (1907-1999). Langmack was an early Oregon aviator, and this collection equally documents both his civilian and military aviation careers.
Desiree "Jerry" Clifford Michaud and Thelma Irene McGraw Papers
Abstract Jerry Michaud (1924-1982) Michaud served in the United States Navy during World War II as a Naval pilot in the Pacific Theater. Thelma McGraw (1920-1996) She worked as a stewardess with United Airlines (UAL). The collection contains textual materials, black-and-white photographs, and ephemera associated with their 1942-1952 naval and commercial airline careers, respectively.
John W. Mitchell Fighter Ace Collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content s of the Collection The collection relates to the military career of United States Army Air Force fighter pilot and ace John W. Mitchell, who served during World War II and the Korean War. Materials pertain largely to World War II, although there are some post-war items as well. It includes photographs and a photograph album with images depicting assorted military personnel, including Mitchell; activities, including reunions; and aircraft, including the P-38, P-59, and F-86. Other images depict post-war scenes of...
Herbert H. Paulson Korean War Photographs
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The Herbert H. Paulson Korean War Photographs is a small collection of photographs depicting aircraft nose art and aerial bombing locations in Korea. 48 snapsnots, approximately 3.25x4.5", depict nose art on B-29 bombers. There is also a decal sheet and 3-view drawing diagram for B-29 markings with the "Nip on Nees" nose art illustration. 11 10x10" prints and one 6.5x6" print show aerial views of assorted bomb strike locations in Korea. All photographs in the collection are black-and-white.
James C. Stewart Fighter Ace Collection
Abstract Lt. Col. James C. Stewart (1919-2004) was born in Corona, California. He joined the Army Air Force, graduated from flying school in August 1940, and was assigned to the 56th Fighter Group which was stationed in England during World War II. The collection primarily covers Lt. Col. Stewart's 1943-1966 military service with military records, personal documents, photographs, clippings, assorted ephemera, and films.
James H. Taylor, Jr. Collection
Abstract Archival materials relating to the missions of the United States Army Air Forces 498th Bombardment Group in 1944-45. The Museum of Flight's Boeing B-29 Superfortress was of this group and material in this collection reflect the activities of the aircraft during that time period. Many of the charts are annotated for specific missions and some contain identified targets.
Redmon, Bill -- oral history interview, 2018 March 27
Interview Summary Naval aviator Bill Redmon is interviewed about his 27-year career with the United States Navy. He discusses his training and experiences as a pilot, landing signal officer, and commander and shares details about his combat tours during the Korean War and Vietnam War. He also discusses other notable assignments from his service and his experiences with various aircraft, including the Vought F4U Corsair, the Douglas A3D (A-3) Skywarrior, and the McDonnell F3H (F-3) Demon. The interview concludes...
Yi, Soyeon -- oral history interview, 2017 November 28
Interview Summary Astronaut Soyeon Yi is interviewed about her engineering career and her experiences as the first Korean citizen to participate in a spaceflight mission. She discusses her academic work in mechanical engineering at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) during the early 2000s and explains her motivations for applying to the Korean Astronaut Program during her PhD studies. Yi then describes her spaceflight experiences, including her training in Russia with Roscomos, her time...
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