Force Systems Command

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Melvin F. Chubb, Jr.
... (born January 1, 1934) served as commander of the Electronic Systems Division, Air Force Systems Command, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts ... He completed the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Fort Lesley J ... He was commissioned into the United States Air Force in 1955 after completing aviation cadet training ...
Air Force Systems Command
... The Air Force Systems Command (AFSC) was a United States Air Force major command focused on engineering ... It was established as a USAF Major Command in April 1951, being split off from Air Materiel Command ... It took on engineering functions resided in the Materiel Command, the AAF Technical Service Command, and the Air Technical Service Command as a separate research and development ...
Lawrence A. Skantze
... Albert Skantze (born June 24, 1928) is a retired United States Air Force four star general and was commander, Air Force Systems Command at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland ... Air Force ... degree in nuclear engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, in 1959 ...
History - United States Air Force - Vandenberg Air Force Base - LGM-118 Peacekeeper
... The first Peacekeeper ICBM was launched by Air Force Systems Command from an aboveground canister-type launch facility from TP-01 on 17 June 1983 ... intended for the Peacekeeper weapon system ... Air Force Systems Command conducted the final Peacekeeper launch from the aboveground TP-01 launch pad on 30 June 1985 ...

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