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Norrbohm (Joseph W.) Personal Papers
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Box 1 of 2


Series I: Personal Records & Military Documents


Series I: Personal Records & Military Documents

Physical Description: This folder contains a wide variety of documents including a Red Cross Membership card, officer career objective statement, pilot individual flight records, request and authorization forms, special orders, and more.

Folder 2 – 768th Bomb SQ Rosters & Other Military Documents

Physical Description: This folder contains a few rosters of the 768th Bomb SQ Combat Crew, 768th Alert Rosters, 34th Bombardment Squadron Roster, an Aircrew Flying Schedule from Strategic Air Command, Airborne Duty/Position Symbols, and more.

Folder 3 – Training Management Manual

Physical Description: This folder contains the training management manual for the B-47 Combat Crews of the 22nd Bombardment Wing (M). The folder contains digitized scans of several documents including an organization chart, description of jobs, personnel records, several checklists, instrument status forms, and training requirements.

Folder 4 – Miscellaneous

Physical Description: 1. Basic Poker guide 2. Ground Safety Accident Prevention in Flight Line Operations, December 13, 1955 3. Supervisor’s Check List 4. Paper with writing on it 5. Wing Flaps Up Landing and Crash Landing emergency instructions

Series II: Periodicals


Folder 5 – Newsletter 2nd Air Force & Periodicals

Physical Description: 1. Material Facts Newsletter, Headquarters 2nd Air Force, Barksdale AFB Louisiana, April, 1971. 2. Combat Crew Strategic Air Command, October, 1960. 3. Aerospace Safety, United States Air Force, December, 1969. 4. Aerospace Historian, The Heritage of Flight, Vol. XIV, No. 2, Summer 1967. 5. Aerospace Historian, The Heritage of Flight, Vol. XIV, No. 3, Autumn 1967

Series III: Textbooks, Program Books, and Guides


Folder 6 – Air University Course Textbook

Physical Description: 1. American Foreign Policy in Growth and Action; Course 2A. Squadron Officer School Correspondence Course, Volume 12. Extension Course Institute Air University, May, 1961.

Box 2 of 2


Series III: Textbooks, Program Books, and Guides (cont)


Folder 1 – Training & Instruction Programs

Physical Description: 1. Principles and Techniques of Instruction, Department of the Air Force, AF Manual 50-9, April 1967. 2. Introduction to the B-52 Flight Director System, A Programmed Learning Course, Study Guide 51118, Carswell AFB, Texas, February 15, 1966. 3. B-47 Training Program Volume III Pilot Instruction Guide, SACM 50-1 Vol III, September, 1959. 4. J. Richardson Johnson, “Reading Improvement Program,” The Ohio State Universitym United States Air Force School of Systems and Logistics, Third Edition, 1966.

Folder 2 – Additional Guides

Physical Description: 1. AFTO Form 781 Guide, 449th Bomb Wing, Kincheloe AFB Michigan, May 20, 1974. 2. Mission Reports Guide, OPR: DOTF. 3. 716th Bomb Sq. Extreme Cold Weather Information/Procedures/Precautions.

Folder 3 – Air War College Associate Programs

Physical Description: 1. Communist China, Chapter 17, Volume I, Fifth Edition. 2. Chicom Military Capabilities and Strategy, Chapter 18, Volume I, Fifth Edition. 3. Lesser Communist Countries, Chapter 19, Volume I, Fifth Edition. 4. Communist Missile and Space Program, Chapter 20, Volume I, Fifth Edition. 5. The Changing Role of the United Nations, Chapter 11, Volume II, Fifth Edition. 6. Arms Control, Chapter 12, Volume II, Fifth Edition. 7. Economics in Military Perspective, Chapter 13, Volume II, Fifth Edition. 8. The United States Economic System, Chapter 14, Volume II, Fifth Edition.

Series IV: Exams


Folder 4 – Emergency Procedures & FAA Exams

Physical Description: This folder contains hundreds of pages of questionnaires, exercises, and examinations for a variety of aircraft. There are two books – Emergency Procedures AF Manual 51-37 with hundreds of exam questions, and an Airline Transport FAA Exams guidebook.

Series V: Traveling Souvenirs


Folder 5 – Traveling Souvenirs

Physical Description: This folder contains souvenirs for Americans visiting Japan including guidebooks, pocket guides, a guide to shooting, a guide to Hawaii and a map of Oahu, Fujiya Hotel menus, a shopping catalog of Noritake China from Japan, and four Japanese woodcut prints.

Series VI: Maps


Folder 6 – Maps

Physical Description: 1. Cutout map of southern Oregon and the California and Nevada Borders. 2. Cutout map of Nevada with a small portion of the Idaho Border 3. Square cutout map of Nevada. 4. Orientation map of the U.S.S.R. containing geographic information, land utilization, economic regions/major industrial areas, administrative divisions, metallurgy, and more. 5. Large map of the world, with facts/numbers about geography, industry, government, and living conditions. 6. Large map from the U.S. Foreign Service Posts, January 1, 1969.