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Davis–Monthan Air Force Base - History - Previous Names
... Established as Davis-Monthan Landing Field, 1 November 1925 Tucson Municipal Airport, 6 October 1927 Davis-Monthan Field, 3 December 1941 Davis-Monthan AFB, 13 ...
Curtis Brown - Military Service
... South Carolina, arriving there in January 1980 after completing A-10 training at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona ... In March 1982, he was reassigned to Davis-Monthan AFB as an instructor pilot in the A-10 ... Weapons School at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada and returned to Davis-Monthan AFB as an instructor in A-10 weapons and tactics ...
459th Air Refueling Wing - History - Stations
... Alamogordo AAFld, New Mexico, 1 July 1943 Davis-Monthan Fld, Arizona, 28 July 1943 Kearns Army Airfield, Kearns, Utah, c. 31 August 1943 Davis-Monthan Field, Arizona, c. 16–28 August 1945 Long Beach AAF, California, 19 April 1947 Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, 27 June 1949 – 16 June 1951 Andrews AFB, Maryland, 26 January 1955-Presen ...
Oscar Monthan - Biography
... Born in Dewsbury, England, Oscar Monthan moved with his family to Canada and then, in 1900, to Arizona, the United States ... The Monthan Family ranched along the Tanque Verde River until 1915 when they purchased a ranch in Vail, Arizona along the Cienega Creek ... Oscar Monthan was known as one of the best and foremost engineers ...
Beale Air Force Base - History - 100th Air Refueling Wing
... Wing, which SAC moved to Beale from Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, as part of SAC's phaseout from Davis-Monthan ... Concurrent with this action the 100th's U-2 aircraft at Davis-Monthan would merge with the 9 SRW and its SR-71 operations at Beale ... The first U-2 arrived from Davis-Monthan on 12 July 1976, and until 26 January 1990, when budget restrictions forced the retirement of the SR-71, Beale was the home of two of the world ...