Archive for the ‘Family History’ Category
A great resource – – 171,664 negatives.
“The Rat Patrol – – The World War II North African missions of an Allied commando patrol squad of the Long Range Desert Group.”February 25, 2017
I can’t remember what got me thinking about this the other day, but this was one of my family’s favorite programs when I was a kid.It turns out the first episode, along with other episodes, is in on YouTube.
A history of the SR-71, which has always been a favorite of my father.
THE SAC MENTALITY: THE ORIGINS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND, 1946-1962 by Melvin G. DeaileFebruary 18, 2017
Today I discovered this Ph D dissertation available online. My father was a B-47 pilot in the Strategic Air Command. Our 1958 Chevrolet family car bore SAC decal in the upper corner on the driver’s side – – it was there from when my father was stationed at March Air Force Base. I’m glad I found this resource, and am looking forward to reviewing in the future.