General Curtis LeMay - SAC's second commander-in-chief (1948-1957)
1 Oct 1990 – 25 years ago today, Air Force General and VP candidate Curtis E. LeMay died at March Air Force Base, California, at age 83. General Curtis Emerson Lemay was the “Father of the Strategic Air Command.”
Stop swatting flies and go in after the manure pile ~ General Curtis Lemay ~ ~LEADER~ American WOLF PACK Resurrected
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TIME Magazine Cover: Maj. Gen. Curtis LeMay - Aug. 13, 1945 - Curtis LeMay - World War II - Military - Air Force
Curtis Lemay was a young general officer of the Army Air Corps who was described in World War II by Robert McNamara, later Secretary of Defense, as the finest Colonel in the United States Army Air Corps. He would serve as a four star general longer that any General in American History.
Military Commanders as Anime Girls (from MC Axis Magazine)
Curtis LeMay (USA)
A Different Perspective: Barry Goldwater and Curtis LeMay
TIME Magazine Cover: Lt. General Curtis LeMay -- Sep. 4, 1950
[Photo] President John Kennedy with SAC Chief General Curtis LeMay and SAC Vice-Chief Lieutenant General Thomas Power at Strategic Air Command HQ, Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 1962
#3 Omaha Ne.Photo] President John Kennedy with SAC Chief General Curtis LeMay ...
Lt Gen. jimmy Doolittle with Maj.Curtis Lemay standing in front of a lockheed P38 Lightning in Britain 1944
1968 Political Presidential Campaign Buttons, George Wallace and Curtis Lemay
15 Minutes: General Curtis LeMay and the Countdown to Nuclear Annihilation