3 edition of Aircraft record cards of the United States Air Force found in the catalog.
Aircraft record cards of the United States Air Force
Robert A. Mann
|Statement||Robert A. Mann.|
|LC Classifications||UG1243 .M35 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008017029|
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AIRCRAFT RECORD CODES OF THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: HOW TO READ THE CODES ROBERT A. MANN MCFARLAND PUBLISHING, QUALITY SOFTCOVER, $, PAGES, APPENDICES, GLOSSARY The United States Air Force and its predecessors have maintained a variety of records relating to the aircraft operated by the service/5(3).
Aircraft Record Cards of the United States Air Force: How to Read the Codes. Robert A. Mann. This is a small part that is not in the book and if your researching aircraft in the years following WWII in the 's and 's your not going to find it here.
The cards went through changes over the years and another book or two is needed to Reviews: 1. This work details the methods of deciphering and reading the coding found on Individual Aircraft Record Cards (IARCs). The work shows how to read the 21 formats of record cards to help the reader or researcher identify the reporting or possessing unit, activity, station, and important dates for individual aircraft.
Aircraft Record Cards of the United States Air Force by Robert A. Mann,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Aircraft Record Cards of the United States Air Force How to Read the Codes. This book details how to read U. Army Air Force (USAAF) and U. Air Force (USAAF) aircraft cards known as Individual Aircraft Record Cards (IARC).
These cards contain information on the acceptance date of the aircraft, cost, funds and contract to acquire the aircraft. This work details the methods of deciphering and reading the coding found on Individual Aircraft Record Cards (IARCs).
The work shows how to read the 21 formats of record cards to help the reader or researcher identify the reporting or possessing. Individual Aircraft Record Cards The AFHSD and the AFHRA maintain individual aircraft record cards for almost all aircraft once or presently in the United States Air Force inventory.
The records for many aircraft of the early s and for aircraft in highly sensitive reconnaissance programs are not available. This is a list of aircraft used by the United States Air Force and its predecessor organizations for combat aerial reconnaissance and aerial mapping.
The first aircraft acquired by the Aeronautical Division, U.S. Signal Corps were not fighters or bombers, they were reconnaissance the first days of World War I, the airplane demonstrated its ability to be the "eyes of the army.". 66 rows The following is a list of military aircraft currently used by United States Air Force.
a b c d. The almanac version of Air Force Link is now available online. Traditionally called "The Book." This section focuses on important facts and provides insight into today's Air Force. Data in "The Book" highlights the service's major commands and their functions, weapon systems, demographics, statistics and other information.
Records relating to the Air Corps mail operations RECORDS OF GENERAL HEADQUARTERS AIR FORCE AND THE AIR FORCE COMBAT COMMAND lin. Records of the Office of the Commanding General Records of the General Staff Records of the Special Staff RECORDS OF HEADQUARTERS. (Record Group )Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY AIR FORCE UNIT HISTORIES AND SUPPORTING RECORDS 1, rolls of microfilm RECORDS OF THE ENGINEERING DIVISION AND ITS PREDECESSORS RECORDS OF THE AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND AND ITS PREDECESSORS RECORDS OF THE AIR.
AIRCRAFT RECORD CODES OF THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: HOW TO READ THE CODES ROBERT A. MANN MCFARLAND PUBLISHING, QUALITY SOFTCOVER, $, PAGES, APPENDICES, GLOSSARY The United States Air Force and its predecessors have maintained a variety of records relating to the aircraft operated by the service/5.
The Naval History and Heritage Command has Aircraft History Cards covering to For information on aircraft from to the present, please contact Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). Aircraft History Cards currently exist in microfilm only, a selection of which have been digitized below.
You may request copies of Aircraft History Cards by individual Bureau Number (BuNo) by. Aircraft record cards of the United States Air Force; how to read the codes. Mann, Robert A.
McFarland & Co. pages $ Paperback UG This publication details the methods of deciphering and reading the coding found on Individual Aircraft Record Cards, including all. Our Archives holds microfilm copies of aircraft records created by the United States Air Force and its predecessors and the United States Navy.
These records are commonly called Aircraft History Cards. The Museum's holdings are partial duplicate sets of those held by the services. The microfilm covers aircraft owned by the US Army Air Service, Army Air Corps, Army Air Forces, USAF, and the National Guard starting in July of and including those dropped from the active inventory before J (Master films are held by the Air Force Historical Research Center, Maxwell AFB.
United States Air Force Aircraft History Cards Microfilm Page 5 of 15 Container Listing Series 1: Records for aircraft retired from USAF service through May The records on these films are the Master Aircraft Records and/or Individual Aircraft Record Cards for aircraft retired from the USAAC/USAAF/USAF inventory through May File Size: 2MB.
This list of military aircraft of the United States includes prototype, pre-production, and operational types. For aircraft in service, see the list of active United States military ypes are normally prefixed with "X" and are often unnamed (note that these are not the same as the experimental X-planes, which are not generally expected to go into production), while pre-production.
INDIVIDUAL AIRCRAFT RECORDS THE AIR FORCE HISTORICAL RESEARCH AGENCY Maxwell AFB AL This distribution describes the AFHRA's individual aircraft record collections and modes of their n production.
It should lie noted that after 1 July the Agency can no longer provide transcriptions of individual records i > unofficial patrons. For. On August 1,the Aeronautical Division of the United States Army Signal Corps was established, and the United States Army purchased its first heavier-than-air aircraft, a Wright Model A, in It was allocated the serial number 1.
Further Army aircraft were assigned serial numbers in .Air Ferry Squadrons. Newly-built aircraft, replacement parts, supplies, and support personnel were delivered to the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters and around the United States by thousands of male and female civilian and military personnel between and World War II (and other conflicts) records of aviation crashes, etc.
Online Records.Online World War II Indexes and Records - USA A Genealogy Guide Online World War II Indexes and Records - USA. World War II Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File This database contains records of aboout 9 million men and women who enlisted in the United States Army, including the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC, later WAC).
Although incomplete, the records contain data .