Air Corps Tactical

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Air Corps Tactical School
... The Air Corps Tactical School, also known as ACTS and "the Tactical School", was a military professional development school for officers of the United States Army Air Service and ... ACTS was replaced in November 1942 by the Army Air Force School of Applied Tactics ... of military education, the school became the doctrine development center of the Air Corps, and a preparatory school for Air Corps officers aspiring to attendance at the U.S ...
Kenneth Walker - World War II - Air War Plans Division
... Walker returned to the United States in January 1941 and joined the Air War Plans Division in the Office of the Chief of the United States Army Air Corps in Washington, D.C ... Fairchild, old colleagues of Walker's from the Air Corps Tactical School, were two of Spaatz' assistants ... In the June 1941 reorganization of the Air Corps, Spaatz became chief of staff to the Commanding General, United States Army Air Forces, Major General Henry H ...
Kenneth Walker - Between The Wars
... Walker initially became Commander of the Air Intelligence Section at Camp Nichols ... He was then posted to the Philippine Air Depot, where he served at various times as property officer, supply officer, adjutant, and depot inspector, before ... States in February 1925 and was posted to Langley Field, where he became a member of the Air Service Board ...
Building 800-Austin Hall - History - Austin Hall Opens
... Austin was an instructor at the Air Corps Tactical School when the school was at Langley Field ... in the aviation section of the Signal Officers Reserve Corps and was promoted to first lieutenant in the regular army July 1, 1920 ... with distinction at Langley Field as an instructor at the Air Corps Tactical School and received a letter of commendation for his efforts ...

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