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AIR RESERVE FORCES Review

October 1951

AIR FORCE RESERVE
AIR NATIONAL GUARD
AIR FORCE ROTC
CIVIL AIR PATROL
EXPLORERS, BSA

"ON TARGET"....
FOR A DYNAMIC RESERVE

Realistic policies & aims assure firm training programs keyed to AF…

kaydet kapers

PUBLISHED BY QUEENS COLLEGE
AFROTC

FLUSHING, N.Y.C.

Page 1

kaydet kapers
VOL. 1 No. 1 January 15, 1952

STAFF ADVISOR... MAJOR KUKIELSKI
EDITOR... ROY WEBER

ASST. EDITORS
NEWS... BOB REINHOLD
FEATURES... TED…

THE "AFTERBURNER"

Queens College AFROTC
Vol. I - Nr. 1
November 1958

COLUMBUS DAY PARADE
Queens College Air Force ROTC cadets are shown in full force marching up Fifth Avenue on October 12, 1958, in the Columbus Day Parade. Led by Cadet…

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
WASHINGTON

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

April 20, 1951

Dear President Theobald:

I am pleased to inform you that the application has been approved for the establishment of an Air Force ROTC unit at Queens…

ROTC members stand on and around a Sherman tank parked behind Jefferson Hall. The M4A3E8 was the most advanced variant of the Sherman to be developed by the US Army in World War II, and continued to be used into the Korean War, which was ending…

Title

Air Force ROTC Collection

Description

This collection covers the division of the Air Force ROTC program which was at Queens College during the 1950s. It includes a variety of materials related to the program, including correspondence, publications, photographs, and extensive documentation of the death of Lieutenant Alan Rea, a graduate of the program, and subsequent renaming of the ROTC building in his honor.

Subject

Education
Queens College (New York, N.Y.)
Rea, Alan
United States. Air Force
United States. Air Force ROTC

Creator

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

1945-1960

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Language

English

Coverage

Queens College (New York, N.Y.)