Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Charles W. Hailes
The problem: A historical study of the United States Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corus
Tragic as it may seem, every generation of Americans, without exception, has had to go to war. Americans, as hopeful and idealistic about peace as any people in history, have been forced into war three times in four decades—twice in the last one. When a great nation must choose between war and survival, there really is no choice. It must fight.
Stevens, Raymond A., "A History of the United States Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps" (1955). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 4518.
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