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The Air Force Historical Foundation Symposium.

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The Air Force Historical Foundation will sponsor its biennial symposium on Thursday and Friday, November 17-18, 2011, on the theme Air Power and Global Operations: 9/11 and Beyond. The symposium will take place at the Air Force Conference Center, Andrews AFB, MD, and will feature panels of historians, analysts, and leaders who have directed air operations in this period. Following the Symposium the Foundation will host its annual presentation of awards at a luncheon at Andrews.

The awards luncheon will feature the presentation of two prestigious awards. The fifth annual General Carl "Tooey" Spaatz Award will be presented to an individual for a sustained, significant contribution to the making of Air Force history during a lifetime of service, and is named for the first President of the Foundation and first Chief of Staff of the Air Force. Past recipients include General David C. Jones, Maj Gen John R. Alison, Lt Gen Thomas Stafford, and General Larry D. Welch.

The Foundation also will present its fifth annual Major General I. B. Holley Award to an individual who has made a sustained, significant contribution to the research, interpretation, and documentation of Air Force history during a lifetime of service. It is named for the distinguished professor who taught military history at Duke University for over six decades, served as an active and reserve Air Force officer, and influenced several generations of military historians. Past recipients include General Holley, Brig Gen Alfred F. Hurley, Herman S. Wolk, and Dr. Alan R. Gropman,

ONLINE REGISTRATION at www.afhistoricalfoundation.org WILL BEGIN LATER THIS SPRING. Tables, continental breakfast, breaks, and the luncheon are available for corporate sponsorships. Further information is available by contacting Jim Vertenten at execdir@afhistoricalfoundation.org or by calling (301) 736-1959.

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Title Annotation:Air Power and Global Operations: 9/11 and Beyond
Publication:Air Power History
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 22, 2011
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