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tfoYembor 19, 1954 MILL TOP TIMES Bag Big Bucks ' ' Page S Air Force Replacina Famed Planes Maintenance Miss Plans Wedding With Newer, More Modern Types Miss Marlene LeMmon, a Steno vj.vmnwiai wings uy Although the Air Force operates many types of airplanes, about fifteen comprise the nucleus for the present-da- y iorce which is making lapm gams m speed, range maneuverability and higher operational ceilings. Briefly, here is the airolane sit uation in the principal operational : in the Ground Comm Division, Maintenance Engineering Directorate for the past two years, is leaving her position to become the wife of Walter A. Huber, AE1 (Navy) on December 1 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A reception and dance honoring the newly weds is slated for Dec. 4 in the Ogden Ninth Ward. After a short honeymoon the young couple will reside in San Diego, California will be where the husband-to-b- e Globemaster II, largest operational troop carrier in the Air Force, and Sikorsky 9 heli copter. New aircraft are the Fair child assault transport, the Lockheed turboprop (four jet engines with propellers) troop turbo carrier, the Convair commands with pro stationed prop (four jet engines during the remaaining TVip pellers) Strategic Air Command troop carrier, the Convair month of Naval service. World War 0 II Flvinff ess. Fortr bamantan air evacuation . . " , .1. i wmcn In the Fall the Hubers will set 1 neipea win the war against transport and the Piasacki ana dropped the atomic rotary assault in Salt Lake City japan carrier. uphousekeeping troop bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki will attend Uni Mr. Huber where Air Defense Command Princi (and its later version, the of Utah, majoring in Engin versity is being replaced by the Boeing pal interceptors are the North Sabre, the North- eering. Stratojet, medium bomber in American Scorpion and the Lockthe class. The rop 9 What is the difference between a Starfire. The Starfire, 7 is a swept-win- g bomber pow- heed 4 ered by six 7 jet engines. The jet interceptor, received girl and a horse? I don t know. has participated in manv combat baptism in the Korean conbtratojet bet you have some swell dates. flict. I'll Scheduled and due ADC for e training flights at high to be an Air Force speeds, including several over the is the Convair North Pole. The three-ma- n crew consists of pilot, and navi- r 102 supersonic plane. Doc Sez : gator - bombardier - radar operator. In addition to these basic air e The Boeing A bachelor is one who eight- - planes for the three commands jet heavy bomber, called the Strato- - there also are a large number of takes a nap without turnlortress, will be the successor to other commands which include ing down the bedspread. the Convair 6 (with four jet and trainers, tankers, reconnaissance six conventional engines ) as the aircraft, small liaison and Air Force's global bomber. The special mission planes. planes The Doug 2 has been ordered into produc las RB-G- 6 twin-jphoto reconnais tion. It is USAF's most expen sance bomber has been successfully sive airplane. flight tested. A reconnaissance Tactical Air Command Tactica version of the 7 is now opera 4 CHAIRS aircraft used in Korea, in addition tional. The first jet plane specif i to some of the old World War I cally designed as a trainer for the Prompt Service and light AF, the Cessna, XT-3has sue fighters, fighter-bombeincluded also newest initial test bombers, jets cessfully completed its 13 SO. STATE These were various models of the flights. 6 the North American Sabre, . Clearfield, Utah These airplanes, and others, pro 4 Republic Thunderjet, and the vide the muscle for USAF to be North American Tornado, combat-readPlenty of Parking y for its four major Since the end of the Korean con Ladies' Hairstyling (a) Defense of the Unit flict newer fighter type aircraft in functions; SAC ed States: (c) warfare, (b) by Doc the century series are superseding Close support to Army, and (d) Air The Martin and the a night intruder bomber wit transport for armed forces. twin-jengines and broad stub bv wings, and the Douglas C-1- H-1- C-1- 23 C-1- 30 C-1- 31 B-2- C-1- 31 . i 11-2- B-n- ol F-8- B-- 47 G F-S- F-9- B-4- er J-4- long-rang- er fighter-intercept- or -- -- co-pil- ot B-5- long-rang- 2, B-3- recently concluded deer hunting contest pose with them for bagging outstanding deer. They are (top row, left to right) Marvin Mortens on, Kay Freeman, Pat Woodbury, and Merle Fowler. (Kneeling) Howard Green and Mose Jeppesen. Other winners were absent when photo was taken. Winners in the prizes awarded Deer Hunters Claim Prizes In Civilian Welfare Ass'n Contest Nine Nine lucky deer hunters claimed prizes this week awarded to them for killing outstanding deer in the Civilian Welfare Association's annual deer hunting contest, according to contest. This year the association expanded the contest and awarded first, second, and third prizes in three different categories. First Chris McUary, in charge ot the LADIES' BOWLING LEAGUE of Novem- - winners in each category Team standings as won .32 Special carbine rifles; secber 10. ond place winners received binoculWon Lost Team 12 32 ars, and third place winners were 1. Hill Choppers 12 :. 32 2. Jetettes given three-burncamp stoves. 13 31 Sensations Hunter who bagged the heaviest 14 30 Saberettes deer was T. Merle Fowler, air in14 Mainten-ette30 s whose the deer tipped stallations, 15 29 scale at 256. Second place winner 6. Scats 19 24V2 in this category was Kay Freeman, 7. Gutter Snipes 20 24 comptroller, whose deer weighed 8. Stat-u-ett22 245 pounds. 22 Howard Green, maint- 5). Alley Cats 23 21 enance, took third spot with this 10. Pick Ups 23 21 deer, which weighed 233 pounds. Sunny-Side-U11. 25 Prizes for the greatest number 12. Hill Toppers 19 of antler points in the contest went 13. Motor-ette- s 27 17 to Samuel R. Christensen, 4 28 10 line, 14. Hill-ettwhose deer had 15 points: Lane E. --14'2 2972 15. Blue Angels 31 Burton, maintenance, 13 with 14 16. Superjets 32 points; and Mose Jeppesen, base 17. Pin Boys' Delights 12 ova i tn 36 8 18. Hot Shots In the antler snread catecrorv. High Individual Average which was decided on a three-wa- y Norma Siddoway 152. measurement, the deer shot by Don 141. Theda Healy Naef , supply, took first place hon135. Weaver June ors with 8(5 snronH. Marvin 135. Zeto Lily Mortenson, base services, came in second with 82 Mary Imaizumi 134. inch antler spread. The only woman to claim a prize in the contest Football season is the only sea- from stat. services, who won third con nf the vear when a man can on one P'ace in the antler spread category walk along with a blanket wun ner aeer, whose Horns, meas arm and a girl on tne otner with urea 7S inches. out anyone getting suspicious. place er . es ps F-8- es A et rs 7, F-8- F-8- 13-- 45 F-S- F-S- B-5- 7, et B-G- 6, are replaclight ing the old World War II Martin bomber, twin-j- et 6 Invader and the more recent North American Included in the 100 series of fighters are the North American Super Sabre, USAF's first f supersonic the and fighter-bombe- r; Convair supersonic au- ana r, weather the recently announced Lockheed lightweight supersonic day has in operation the fighter. TAC 1 Matador, pilotless Martin KnmliPr that is ground launched rocket 11booster and controlled bv r eiectronicaiiy m j.ugui.. 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