Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. PRESIDENT KENNEDY VISITS SAC HEADQUARTERS

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Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. PRESIDENT KENNEDY VISITS SAC HEADQUARTERS

Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. PRESIDENT KENNEDY VISITS SAC HEADQUARTERS

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Kennedy John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963

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Gilpatric, Roswell L. (Roswell Leavitt), 1906-1996

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Shoup, David M. (David Monroe), 1904-1983

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Power, Thomas S. (Thomas Sarsfield), 1905-

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LeMay, Curtis E.

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