Air pilots, Military
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Non-preferred terms: Military air pilots
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
James H. Platt Vietnam War Collection
Abstract James H. Platt served in Vietnam from 1967-1968 as a United States Air Force Rescue Commander. The collection contains twenty (20) slides and one (1) photocopied document related to his service.
Pomer Family Scrapbook
Collection — Box Scrapbook Box 42
Contents of the Collection The collection is comprised of a scrapbook with primarily black-and-white photographs featuring women and men in Navy uniforms, aircraft in flight, and military personnel and civilians in both casual and posed settings, circa 1930s-1950s. Most of the images are military-related with some depicting members of the Pomer family. The scrapbook also has a certificate of membership for the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences and three Pomer family children's report cards.
Found in: The Museum of Flight Archives / Pomer Family Scrapbook
Henry L. Reed Photographs
Abstract Henry L. Reed was a Technical Sergeant in the United States Air Force from 1942-1963. The collection contains negatives, slides, and photographs of various military aircraft taken by Reed during his service.
Robert E. Richmond Aero Squadron Photographs
Abstract The Robert E. Richmond Aero Squadron Photographs are comprised of two group photographs relating to the 371st Aero Squadron, with which Richmond served during World War I, as well as an insurance policy.
James P. Rush World War II Collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection This small collection contains World War II-era pilot training materials, possibly used by James P. Rush, who likely served as a pilot. It includes 2 copies of "Weather for Pilot Trainees Elementary Student's Workbook;" several pages of training exercises, such as quizzes; and other textual materials related to weather and air navigation, including a navigation logbook for Stuttgart Army Air Field (Arkansas) and a weather map symbol chart. Additional documents cover aircraft...
Michael T. Russo World War II Collection
Abstract Michael T. Russo (1920-2006) was born in Cleveland, Ohio and joined the U. S. Army Air Corps in 1941 as a fighter pilot. Russo attained Ace status while fighting in the European and Mediterranean Theaters of Operation. The collection contains photographs, textual materials and ephemera related to the World War II experience of American Fighter Ace Michael T. Russo.
Seymour Rutberg World War II Collection
Abstract Seymour Rutberg (1919-2009) was a Jewish American World War II pilot. The collection documents Seymour Rutberg's World War II service as a pilot as well as his post-war service and veteran activities. A smaller amount of material is personal in nature. Most items are dated 1941-1952 and types of material include military records, flying logs, clippings, correspondence, reports and photographs.
José Sanches Boeing KC-135 instructional materials
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection This small collection is comprised of assorted documents and pilot training materials acquired by José Sanches during his 1980-1988 United States Air Force service. The materials relate to the Boeing KC-135 and Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington (state). Examples include "Cockpit Procedures Trainer Program Systems Facts and Review," "Setting Takeoff Thrust - KC-135," "KC-135 Cold Weather Procedures,"KC-135 Mito/Cell Formation Techniques," and "Fairchild AFB EWO T/O Data."
Philip A. Schaack World War II Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description The Philip A. Schaack World War II Collection a is a small collection of documents and photographs related to Schaack's service as a U.S. Navy pilot during World War II. The collection includes eight black-and-white 4x5” photos taken by Schaack documenting the landing sequence of the Vought OS2U Kingfisher alongside the U.S.S. Cincinnati and being hosited on board. One small photo is a portrait of Schaack in uniform and one photo is a group portrait of an unidentified squadron including...
Arnold L. Schuster World War II Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection This small collection relates to Lieutenant Schuster's time serving as a United States Army Air Force pilot in the Pacific Theater during World War II, circa 1939-1945. The collection includes his official military flying and travel records, as well as a photograph of a B-32 bombing.
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