The United States Air Force Collection contains information on the history of the USAF, as well as individual squadrons, groups, topics and bases.
A collection of photos span roughly twenty years, from a pilot?s training at NAS Pensacola in 1945 to an assignment to weather squadron VW-3 in the early sixties.
The USS Enterprise (CV-6) was the most highly decorated American ship in World War II. She participated in almost ever major action of the Pacific theater. This collection contains 1941-1943
Vernon Neufeld served with the 364th Bomb Squadron in the 305th Bomb Group in the Second World War. His B-17 was shot down over enemy territory and her became a prisoner of war.
Gerald F. Bogan, Vice Admiral, U.S.N., was a distinguished veteran of 38 years of naval service. In 1950, at the time of his retirement, Admiral Bogan was Commander, First Fleet. Before his final assignment, he had served as Commander, First Task Fleet, Pacific, as Commander, Air Force, Atlantic, as Commander, Fleet Air, Alameda, and as Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Saratoga.