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Remote Sensing Systems Directorate Team Crowned LAAFB Soccer Champions

SMC Commander Attends AFA Event, Meets WWII Pilot

Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency Visits SMC

SBIRS GEO-4 Payload Delivery

2014 POW/MIA 24-Hour Torch Relay and Overnight Vigil

Space Superiority Systems Directorate Celebrates 60th Anniversary Heritage

Launch Systems Director Speaks at AIAA

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SBSS flies past 4th anniversary

Air Force Traffic Now Flowing through JRSS in San Antonio

Airmen train for ‘new wild, wild west’ in cyber domain

Telephone Operator Services transition across AFSPC

Weathering the storm: AF eyes in the sky provide global weather data

Special Operations leads medal count after cycling at 2014 Warrior Games

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October 19, 1928
An American six-man machine gun team parachuted from a six-plane formation.

October 19, 1935
Capt. Earl E. Gimmler of the U.S. Army Air Corps won the Mitchell Trophy Race at Selfridge Field, Mich. by flying 212.96 mph.

October 19, 1938
The Curtiss XP-40 Tomahawk first flew.

October 19, 1950
During the Korean War, Fifth Air Force fighters provided crucial air support to U.S. 1st Cavalry Division troops for the Battle of Hukkyori, some 10 miles south of Pyongyang. Afterwards, U.N. forces entered the North Korean capital.

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