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Unit 6: Africa Mac's History

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(Record Group 342)
1900-85, 1991
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  2. Unit 6: Africa Mac's History Map
  3. Unit 6: Africa Mac's History Museum
  4. Unit 6: Africa Mac's History Timeline
  1. UNIT 6 RESOURCES North Africa, Southwest Asia, and Central Asia CHAPTER 17 Physical Geography of North Africa, Southwest Asia, and Central Asia CHAPTER 18 Cultural Geography of North Africa, Southwest Asia, and Central Asia CHAPTER 19 The Region Today: North Africa, Southwest Asia, and Central Asia.
  2. Chapter 6: The World of Islam (100MB) Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations (42MB) Chapter 8: The Asian World (86MB) Chapter 9: Emerging Europe and the Byzantine Empire (44MB) Chapter 10: Europe in the Middle Ages (85MB) Chapter 11: The Americas (40MB) Chapter 12: Renaissance and Reformation (75MB).
  3. Play this game to review World History. At its height- the Muslim empire stretched from.
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More from Heimler's History:AP World History ULTIMATE REVIEW PACKET: Heimler's History on P. The Force Structure and Unit History Branch determines and prepares Lineage and Honors Certificates for active TOE units at or above the battalion level for exceptions see AR 870-5 PDF - 237KB, paragraphs 5-1b(1)(b) and (c). For smaller TOE units, a Statement of Service is issued on Center of Military History letterhead containing the same.

  • 342.1 ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
  • 342.2 AIR FORCE UNIT HISTORIES AND SUPPORTING RECORDS1920-731,837 rolls of microfilm
  • 342.3 RECORDS OF THE ENGINEERING DIVISION AND ITS PREDECESSORS1916-51
  • 342.4 RECORDS OF THE AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND AND ITSPREDECESSORS1961-65
  • 342.5 RECORDS OF THE AIR UNIVERSITY (AIR TRAINING COMMMAND,MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, AL)1968-81
  • 342.6 RECORDS OF AIR FORCE BASES1945-68
  • 342.6.1 Records of Griffis Air Force Base, Rome, NY
  • 342.6.2 Records of Homestead Air Force Base, FL
  • 342.6.3 Records of Sundance Air Force Base, WY
  • 342.7 RECORDS OF THE ARCTIC, DESERT, AND TROPIC INFORMATIONCENTER1934, 1943-44, 1953, 1955
  • 342.8 RECORDS OF THE AERONAUTICAL CHART AND INFORMATION CENTER(ACIC)1947-71
  • 342.9 RECORDS OF AIR FORCE OPERATIONAL UNITS1950-65
  • 342.10 RECORDS OF THE ALASKA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM1902-62
  • 342.11 CARTOGRAPHIC RECORDS (GENERAL)
  • 342.12 MOTION PICTURES (GENERAL)1900-72
  • 342.13 TEXTUAL RECORDS (GENERAL)1955-1980
  • 342.14 VIDEO RECORDINGS (GENERAL)1991
  • 342.15 SOUND RECORDINGS (GENERAL)1954-85, 1991
  • 342.16 STILL PICTURES (GENERAL)1945-81
342.1 ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
Security-Classified Records: This record group may includematerial that is security-classified.
Related Records: Record copies of publications of the U.S. AirForce in RG 287, Publications of the U.S. Government.Records of the Army Air Forces, RG 18.
Records of Headquarters U.S. Air Force (Air Staff), RG 341.Unit

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Records of Joint Commands, RG 349.

342.2 AIR FORCE UNIT HISTORIES AND SUPPORTING RECORDS
1920-73

1,837 rolls of microfilm
Textual Records: Security-classified and unclassified microfilmcopies of records held in the U.S. Air Force Historical ResearchCenter, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, consisting of air force unithistories with accompanying issuances, correspondence, tables,charts, and reports, 1920-73.
Related Records: Microfilm copies of these records are alsoavailable at the Office of Air Force History, Bolling Air ForceBase, Washington, DC.

342.3 RECORDS OF THE ENGINEERING DIVISION AND ITS PREDECESSORS
1916-51

History: Airplane Engineering Department, Aviation Section,Office of the Chief Signal Officer, U.S. Army, establishedOctober 13, 1917. Redesignated Airplane Engineering Division andtransferred to Bureau of Aircraft Production, August 31, 1918.Redesignated Technical Division, January 1, 1919. RedesignatedEngineering Division, Air Service, May 13, 1919. RedesignatedMateriel Division, Air Corps, October 15, 1926. RedesignatedMateriel Center (MC), Army Air Forces (AAF), March 6, 1942.Redesignated Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), by General Order16, MC, April 6, 1942. New organization, designated EngineeringDivision, established under AFMC by Notice 103, AFMC, June 7,1942. AFMC redesignated successively Materiel Command, April 15,1943; AAF Materiel Command, June 15, 1944; AAF Materiel andServices Command, summer 1944; AAF Technical Service Command,September 1, 1944; Air Technical Service Command, July 1, 1945;and Air Materiel Command (AMC), March 13, 1946. EngineeringDivision transferred from AMC to Air Research and DevelopmentCommand (ARDC) by Notice 77, AMC, April 3, 1951. ARDCredesignated Air Force Systems Command (AFSC); and EngineeringDivision redesignated Aeronautical Systems Division of AFSC,effective April 1, 1961, by Letter AFOMO 590M, Department of theAir Force (DAF), March 20, 1961.
Note: For administrative histories of the air force organizationat the highest echelon, SEE 18.1, 18.2, 18.5, 18.7, 341.1, and341.2.
Textual Records: Central decimal correspondence, 1916-49 (1,774ft.). Research and development project contract files, 1921-51(3,438 ft.). Microfilm copy of research and development technicalreports, 1928-51 (400 rolls).
Related Records: Records of the Bureau of Aeronautics, RG 72.

342.4 RECORDS OF THE AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND AND ITSPREDECESSORS
1961-65

History: Research and Development Command, USAF, consisting ofresearch and development units formerly under Air MaterielCommand, established January 23, 1950. Became operationalFebruary 1, 1950. Redesignated Air Research and DevelopmentCommand, September 16, 1950. Redesignated Air Force SystemsCommand, effective April 1, 1961, by AFOMO 590M, DAF, March 20,1961.
Textual Records (in Los Angeles): Orders and directives of the6594th Aerospace Test Wing, Ballistic Missile Division, 1961-65.
Motion Pictures (40 reels): Staff Film Reports series, producedby the Air Research and Development Command to document technicaladvances in the development of aircraft, missiles, and weaponssystems, 1954-57. SEE ALSO 342.12.

342.5RECORDS OF THE AIR UNIVERSITY (AIR TRAINING COMMMAND, MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, AL)
1968-81

Textual Records: Records of the Junior Operations Branch, JuniorProgram Division, Headquarters Air Force Reserve Officer TrainingCorps, consisting of Junior Air Force Reserve Officer TrainingCorps unit files, 1968-81.

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342.6 RECORDS OF AIR FORCE BASES
1945-68

Note: This subgroup includes approximately 2 lin. ft. of recordsin process of reallocation from Record Group 338, Records of U.S.Army Commands, 1942-. Summary descriptions of these records areenclosed in braces {}.

342.6.1 Records of Griffis Air Force Base, Rome, NY
Textual Records: {Records of Griffis Air Force Base, 1945-50.}

342.6.2 Records of Homestead Air Force Base, FL
History: Activated April 1941. Designated Homestead AirfieldSeptember 16, 1942. Became operational November 1942. InactivatedDecember 14, 1945. Reactivated January 5, 1953. RedesignatedHomestead Air Force Base, March 3, 1953.
Textual Records (in Atlanta): Real property case files of the31st Civil Engineering Squadron, 31st Combat Support Group, 1953-66. News releases of the Homestead AFB Public Information Office(Directorate of Information, Headquarters, 19th Bomb Wing[Heavy], Strategic Air Command), 823d Support Group, 1965.

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342.6.3 Records of Sundance Air Force Base, WY
Textual Records (in Denver): Miscellaneous programcorrespondence, 1963-68.

342.7 RECORDS OF THE ARCTIC, DESERT, AND TROPIC INFORMATIONCENTER
1934, 1943-44, 1953, 1955

History: Established under the Proving Ground Command, AAF, atEglin Field, FL, by directive from Maj. Gen. Muir S. Fairchild,Director, Military Requirements, HQAAF, to Brig. Gen. GrandisonGardner, Commanding General, Proving Ground Command, AAF,September 20, 1942. Transferred to Office of Assistant Chief ofAir Staff, Intelligence, HQAAF, and relocated to New York City,October 1943. Transferred to Tactical Center, AAF, Orlando Field,FL, and redesignated Arctic, Desert, and Tropic Branch, April1944. Deactivated, October 1945. Reactivated by directive fromCommanding General, USAF, to Commanding General, Air University,USAF, February 26, 1947.
Textual Records: Copy of a report by Charles A. Lindbergh on theGreenland-Iceland transatlantic route, 1934. Activity report ofthe Ice Cap Detachment, Greenland Base Command, 1943-44.Instructor's manual for the Arctic, prepared by Dr. VilhjahmurStefansson, 1943. National Geographic Society survey ofliterature on the Greenland ice cap, 1953. Report on the use ofice for aircraft landing strips, 1955.

342.8 RECORDS OF THE AERONAUTICAL CHART AND INFORMATION CENTER(ACIC)
1947-71

History: For an administrative history of ACIC and itspredecessors, SEE 456.2, 'Air Force Predecessors,' in RG 456,Records of the Defense Mapping Agency.
Maps and Charts: Sets of published worldaeronautical, pilotage, approach, and strategic planning charts,with index charts, 1947-71 (4,111 items). Charts of the surfaceof the moon, and a lunar photomap atlas, 1960-62 (347 items).

342.9 RECORDS OF AIR FORCE OPERATIONAL UNITS
1950-65

Note: This subgroup includes approximately 6 lin. ft. of recordsin process of reallocation from Record Group 338, Records of U.S.Army Commands, 1942- . Summary descriptions of these records areenclosed in braces {}.
Textual Records: {Records of the 13th Air Force, 1953. Records ofthe Continental Air Defense Command, 1954-55, 1958. Records ofthe 3904th Composite Wing, 1952.} Special orders, 465thBombardment Wing, Warner Robins Air Force Base, GA, 1965 (inAtlanta). {History reports of the 324th Troop Carrier Wing, 1950-52. Records of the 372d Engineer Aviation Battalion, 1952.}Special orders, 693d Radar Squadron, Dauphin Island Air ForceStation, AL, 1965 (in Atlanta).

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342.10 RECORDS OF THE ALASKA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
1902-62

Textual Records (in Anchorage): History of Alaska CommunicationsSystem during World War II, September 1945. Cable shipoperational histories, 1902-32. Publicity scrapbooks, 1942-56.Weekly reports of tests, 1960-62.
Related Records: Additional records of the Alaska CommunicationsSystem in RG 111, Records of the Office of the Chief SignalOfficer.

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342.11 CARTOGRAPHIC RECORDS (GENERAL)
SEE Maps and Charts UNDER 342.8.

342.12 MOTION PICTURES (GENERAL)
1900-72

Air Force Digest series, 1953-55 (65 reels). Air Force NewsReview series, 1939-59 (349 reels). Armed Forces InformationFilms series, 1950-63 (46 reels). Tarzon Bomb, documenting bombdevelopment, 1963 (2 reels). General Holtoner and Bill Holden - Sound Barrier,documenting the actor's visit to an Air Force base and his ride in a jetfighter, 1956 (1 reel). Film Reports series, 1958-66 (153reels). Film Training Aids series, 1953-63 (103 reels).Department of Defense News Releases series, 1952-54 (410 reels).Report to the Armed Forces series, documenting the preparationsfor a nuclear detonation on Eniwetok Island and the constructionof the air base at Thule, Greenland, 1953 (6 reels). Special FilmProjects series, 1943-64 (1,785 reels). Technical Film Reportsseries, documenting the development of the Snark long-rangemissile system, 1950-55 (9 reels). Training Films series, 1942-63(208 reels). Project Crossroads atomic bomb tests, Bikini Atoll,1946 (77 reels). Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan,1945 (133 reels). Gun Sight Aiming Point series, consisting ofKorean War gun camera footage, 1951-53 (36 reels). U.S. Air Forceactivities in Greenland, Labrador, Washington State, and Alaskain support of the International Geophysical Year, 1953-59 (75reels). USAF series, consisting of edited and unedited footagedocumenting early aviation; aerial warfare during World Wars Iand II; experimental aircraft and missile testing; air forcecommand activities during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis; and airoperations in Southeast Asia, with accompanying index anddocumentation, 1900-72 (4,968 reels).
Finding Aids: Master catalogue cards and production files forthe Air Force Digest series, Air Force News Review series, FilmTraining Aids series, New Releases series, Special Film Projectsseries, Technical Film Reports series, Training Films series, and USAFseries. Master catalog cards only for Film Reports series. Production filesonly for Staff Film Reports series.
SEE UNDER 342.4.

342.13 TEXTUAL RECORDS (GENERAL)
1955-1980

Security-classified correspondence of the AssistantChief of Staff for Intelligence concerning tacticalintelligence in Vietnam, 1955-1980. Security-classified recordsof the Strategic Air Command, consisting of Vietnam-related combatoperations reports from the 8th Air Force, 1972-73; bombingmission messages, 1966; and correspondence and other recordsconcerning target identifications and air operation, 1965-68.Military Airlift Command security-classifed logbooks, 1965-68.Security-classified records of the Pacific Air Forces, consistingof Southeast Asia 'Project Checo' air operations reports, 1967;reports on the history of the 7th Air Force's U.S. Support ActivitiesGroup, 1973-75; comments on proposed changes to Pacific Air Forcesregulations and procedures manuals, 1966-74; operational analysisreports, 1965-68; and a report on force reduction planning, 1968.Records of the 8th Air Force, consisting of correspondence relatingto the readiness and reliability of Strategic Air Command forces andequipment, 1964-68; and a record set of superseded or rescinded AirForce publications, 1963-67. Security-classified records of the SeventhAir Force, consisting of combat operations reports from the 355thTactical Fighter Wing; and reports on 12th Tactical Fighter Wing missions,1966-69. Security-classified Southeast Asia equipment operationalrequirements modification case files for the Seventh Air Force.Security-classified reports on the history of the 4th Tactical FighterSquadron, 432nd Tactical Fighter Wing, 1970-75. Security-classifiedmixed files relating to various USAF combat operations and otheractivities during the Vietnam War, 1961-77. Security-classifiedrecords of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, under theCommander-in-Chief, Pacific Air Forces (CINCPACAF), consistingof daily and weekly statistical reports and summaries on air combatoperations, 1968-74; aircraft loss or accident reports, 1968-73;and Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) emergency actions file, 1966-74.

342.14 VIDEO RECORDINGS (GENERAL)
1991

Armament deliveries, Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm,Kuwait, 1991, unclassified (110 items) and security-classified(295 items).

342.15 SOUND RECORDINGS (GENERAL)
1954-85, 1991

Air Force public information programs, including 'Great MomentsTo Music,' 'Our Date With History,' and 'Serenade in Blue'series, 1954-76 (21 items). 'Country Music Time,' 1961-85 (818items). Iraqi prisoner of war interviews, Operation DesertShield/Desert Storm, Kuwait, 1991 (18 items).

342.16 STILL PICTURES (GENERAL)
1945-81

Photographs: Air force personnel and activities in Germany andJapan following World War II, including 1948-49 Berlin Airlift,1945-62 (G, J; 7,681 images). Scenes of post-World War II Europe,including war-damaged areas, industrial areas, urban and ruralareas, and historic landmarks, 1946-48 (CGA, CGB, CGC, CGD; 674images). U.S. Air Force activities, military projects, andoperations, including the war in Vietnam; airmen and officers;aircraft and missiles; and airfields and bases in the UnitedStates and overseas, 1955-81 (AF, B, C; 140,245 images).
Finding Aids: Subject and name indexes and shelf lists to seriesAF and C.

Bibliographic note: Web version based on Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States. Compiled by Robert B. Matchette et al. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 1995.
3 volumes, 2428 pages.

This Web version is updated from time to time to include records processed since 1995.

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