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Air Force Communications Command

Air Force Communications Command

1938-1991, an illustrated history / Thomas S. Snyder, general editor ; Betty A. Boyce ... [et al.].

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Published by AFCC Office of History in Scott Air Force Base, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Air Force. Communications Command -- History.,
  • United States. Air Force -- Communication systems -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSnyder, Thomas S., Boyce, Betty A., AFCC Office of History.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG633 .A6652 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 315 p. :
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1666665M
    LC Control Number91601233

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    1 July -- Air Force Communications Service 15 Nov -- Air Force Communications Command 28 May -- Air Force Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Agency 13 June -- Air Force Communications Agency 15 July -- Air Force Network Integration Center 7 Nov -- Air Force Cyberspace Capabilities Center Past leadership. th Airways and Air Communications Wing (Source: Air Force Communications Command: An Illustrated History, Thomas S. Snyder, General Office of History, ).


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Revised Edition. AFCC Pamphlet Author: Thomas (ed). Snyder. Army Airways Communications System, World War II era: -- Airways and Air Communications Service, -- Air Force Communications Service, the Sixties -- The second decade of major command status -- The eighties: The changing face of Air Force Communications -- Conclusion -- Epilogue -- Appendices: Lineage -- AACS/AFCS/AFCC.

The purpose of this illustrated history is to put the heritage of the Air Force Communications Command into perspective as it celebrates its twenty- fifth anniversary as a major air command.

This volume is and updated and enlarged version of a similar book in Author: Thomas S Snyder, Betty A Boyce, Shelley L Davis, Laurence B Epstein, Cora J Holt. Get this from a library.

The Air Force Communications Command: an illustrated history. [Thomas S Snyder; United States. Air Force.

Communications Command.;]. Air Force Communications Command. Scott Air Force Base, Ill.: AFCC Office of History, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas S Snyder; Betty A Boyce; Robert T Cossaboom; Shelley L Davis; Cora J Holt; AFCC Office of History.

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CCT Archive CSAF Reading List. CSAF Reading List CSAF Reading List CSAF Reading List CSAF Reading List CSAF Reading List. This is the story (well sort of, the story told in patches) of the Air Force Communications Command.

I was in this command during much of the 's. The Air Force Communications Command originates from the Army Airways Communications System, created in This became the Airways and Air Communications Service in Activated, as part of Flight Control Command, on Ap Reassigned directly to the Army Air Forces on J Redesignated Army Airways Communications System on Ap Redesignated Air Communications Service, and reassigned to Air Transport Command.

The Air Force-Wide Communications programs support development of a survivable communications capability for worldwide Command and Control (C2) communications during pre-attack, trans-attack and post-attack periods. Finally, the Air Force Weather Program supports combat and specialized operations, management, readiness and sustainment of Air.

The first Airways and Air Communications Service (AACS) squadrons were formed on 1 Junewhen the United States Air Force (USAF) discontinued the Army Air Forces Base Unit system while implementing the Wing Base reorganization (Hobson Plan). On 1 Octoberactive AACS squadrons were renumbered starting at when USAF required Major Command controlled units to have four digits contained within blocks of numbers allotted to the commands.

AIR FORCE AIR FORCE POLICY DIRECTIVE 17 SEPTEMBER Communications COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS, AND COMPUTER (C4) SYSTEMS OPR: HQ USAF/SCXX (Lt Col Larry Cannon) Certified by: HQ USAF/SC (Lt Gen Carl G. O’Berry) Pages: 6 Distribution: F 1. Effective employment of Air Force resources in a dynamic and demanding world.

Even though the Air Force became an independent service inits initial communications systems changed very little from the time it was the Army Air Forces.

In point-to-point communications, for example, the old Army Command and Administrative Network formed the pattern of operations. The equipment installed was Signal Corps single-channel voice, telegraph, and torn tape relay, operated. Air Force Communications Service (AFCS) Command. Patch: Duty Station Details: Strength Command Type Garrison - Command, Control, Intelligen Existing/Disbanded Redesignated Year - Present Description.

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The Air Force-Wide Communications programs support development of a survivable communications capability for worldwide Command and Control (C2) communications during pre-attack, trans-attack and post-attack periods.