Andrews Air Force Base

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Andrews Air Force Base,

U.S. military installation, 4,279 acres (1,732 hectares), central Md., est. 1943. It is the chief military airport of Washington, D.C., as well as the headquarters for the air force's high-priority airlift command.
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The Air Force Historical Foundation and the Air Force Historical Studies Office have joined up to mark this anniversary with a two-day symposium on November 17 and 18, 2011, at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
In March 1946, he was a member of the original cadre to set up the Strategic Air Command, with headquarters at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
I had the privilege, as a young officer, to serve on his staff when he commanded a Reserve transport wing at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
Coalition Air Warfare in the Korean War, 1950-1953: Proceedings, Air Force Historical Foundation Symposium, Andrews AFB, Maryland, May 7-8, 2002.
In April 1959, he moved from Los Angeles to Andrews AFB, Maryland, to become a lieutenant general commanding ARDC.
After returning to the United States, he was posted to Air Force Systems Command headquarters, at Andrews AFB, Maryland, as deputy chief of staff for operations.
After a ten-year tenure there, he transferred, in July 1961, to the newly-designated Air Force Systems Command headquarters, at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
The symposium will be held on October 17 and 18, 2001, at the Andrews AFB, Maryland, Officers' Open Mess.
He returned stateside in 1976 and served as deputy chief historian at Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, Maryland.
was awarded a new contract from the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide onsite professional engineering and program management advice, assistance and support for civil engineering activities related to various services performed at the Air National Guard Readiness Center, National Guard Bureau NGB/A7CP, at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
Our family made a permanent change of station from Minot AFB, North Dakota to Andrews AFB, Maryland in February 2009 to provide Jay the opportunity to seek other options for autism services.
AF/A30-AT has a community of practice-Headquarters US Air Force A3 Conference (which focused on rated force management)-that met on 4-5 November 2008 at Andrews AFB, Maryland.