Air pilots, Military -- United States
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains sound cassette recordings by Stanley Kent Bramwell, recorded between July 24, 1971 and October 27, 1972. Includes twelve sound cassette recordings documenting Lieutenant Colonel Bramwell's war time experiences in Vietnam as a pilot of an AC130 Gunship.
Contains military documents, artifacts, phonograph records and other papers relating to Don L. Shumway's service in the U.S. Army Infantry during World War II. Dated 1928 to 1965.
Contains G. Robert Ruff's materials on the establishment of a school of communications at Brigham Young University, dated 1942, and 1981 to 2001. Includes correspondence related to his assignment as a member of the advisory board for the BYU Department of Communications, clippings, various meeting minutes and notes, and studies and drafted proposals for the establishment of the school. Also contains materials on aircraft pilot training, dated 1942.
Contains awards, certificates, and plaques, both received by and awarded by Gail S. Halvorsen. Dated 1938-2017.
Contains CD-ROMS with photographs, many of candy bomber-themed events with Gail S. Halvorsen. Dated 1998-2017.
Collection of books on the Berlin Airlift, German history, the Air Force, and related topics. Dated 1925-2017.
Contains media relating to the Berlin Airlift and the Cold War, military topics, events Gail Halvorsen attended, and television shows he participated in. Includes various video formats, audio cassette tapes, and digital photographs. Materials dated 1975-2017.
Letters, emails, and invitations relating to Gail S. Halvorsen's activities during the Berlin Airlift in Germany, his military career in Germany and the United States, his missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in England and Russia, his post-military retirement, and his personal and family life. Dated 1943-2017.
Letters relating to Gail S. Halvorsen's life and activities during the Berlin Airlift. Contains letters with family members, businesses, and others. Dated 1948-1949.
Letters and invitations relating to Gail S. Halvorsen's military career, including correspondence related to his Gail's position as Commander of Tempelhof Central Airport. Dated 1949-1974.