Air Force Institute of Technology - Changing Names For A Growing Institute

Changing Names For A Growing Institute

  • Air School of Application 1919 – 1920
  • Air Service Engineering School 1920 – 1926
  • Air Corps Engineering School 1926 – 1941
  • Army Air Forces Engineering School 1944 – 1945
  • Army Air Forces Institute of Technology 1945 – 1947
  • Air Force Institute of Technology 1947 – 1948
  • United States Air Force Institute of Technology 1948 – 1955
  • Institute of Technology, USAF 1955 – 1956
  • Air Force Institute of Technology 1956 – 1959
  • Institute of Technology 1959 – 1962
  • Air Force Institute of Technology 1962 – present

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