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AFSCAmerican Friends Service Committee
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AFSCAir Force Systems Command
AFSCArmy Field Support Command
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AFSCAir Force Safety Center
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AFSCArmed Forces Staff College
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AFSCAlzheimer's Family Services Center (California)
AFSCAlaska Fire Science Consortium (Joint Fire Science Program)
AFSCAir Force Satellite Control
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AFSCAMC Field Support Center
AFSCAdvanced Features Service Center (AT&T)
AFSCAir Forces Services Command
AFSCAir Force Supply Code
AFSCAllowable Foreign Selling Costs
AFSCArtillery Fire Support Center
AFSCAssociation of Former Singing Cadets (College Station, Texas)
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Air Force Materiel Command might have inherited the functions of Air Force Systems Command and Air Force Logistics Command, but it was a new organization entirely.
Guide to analysis of contractor cost data (Air Force Systems Command Pamphlet 173-4).
In 1983 Donald Oulton was selected as the outstanding senior civilian in the Electronic Systems Division of Air Force Systems command, and presented the Harold M.
While in the Air Force, he served as the base commander at Hanscom Air Force Base, Concord, Mass; chief planner and programmer for Air Force Systems Command (AFSC) formulating a $50 billion Program Objective Memorandum; AFSC chief of cost management, sponsoring numerous ACAT I program cost estimates through the OSD Cost Analysis Improvement Group (CAIG); weapon systems acquisition officer in two program management offices (B-1 Bomber and Fleet Satellite Communications); and contract administrative services officer in three defense industry plants, where he also served as an administrative contracting officer.
He was the deputy for reconnaissance, strike, and electronic warfare at the Air Force Systems Command. "We are losing B-52s on the raids over Hanoi and Haiphong."
Schriever assumed command of Air Force Systems Command in 1961 and became a full general in July of that year.
After the $7,600 coffee pot percolated into the news, General Lawrence Skantze, head of the Air Force Systems Command, issued a paper defending its selection over similar, cheaper systems sold commercially.
These "black" programs were flown largely by Air Force Systems Command test pilots whose results eventually found their way into classified tactics manuals.
Treasurer: Trudy Hallgren, Headquarters, Air Force Systems Command
He served as Chief, Electronic Warfare Division, US European Command; Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Air Force Systems Command; Commander, Foreign Technology Division, Air Force Systems Command; Director of Intelligence, US Pacific Command; Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, US Air Force; and Commander, Electronic Security Command.
His assignments include multiple tours at the Pentagon and HQ NATO, standing up the 86rh (now 4th) Fighter Wing at Seymour- Johnson AFB, N.C.; coordinating NATO Live Oak air responses to Soviet attempts to shut down the Berlin air corridors: and toward the end of his career draining and executing USAF and nuclear acquisition policies in the Air Force Systems Command. A command pilot with more than 3,500 flying hours, he flew just about every World War II and early 1950s American warplane that existed.
The Air Force recently announced plans to realign its laboratories and research centers within the Air Force Systems Command (AFSC) by creating four "super" laboratories to achieve greater integration in air vehicle; space and missile; command, control, communications and intelligence; and human system development," according to service officials.
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