Vandenberg, Bruno, and Twining | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Vandenberg, Bruno, and Twining

Vandenberg, Bruno, and Twining | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Aviation publicist Harry Bruno flanked by two Air Force generals with Wisconsin ties who played a prominent role in shaping post-World War II air defense policy: Hoyt Vandenberg (who was born in Milwaukee) and Nathan F. Twining (originally from Monroe). Vandenberg is presenting an autographed photograph to Bruno.
DESCRIPTION
Aviation publicist Harry Bruno flanked by two Air Force generals with Wisconsin ties who played a prominent role in shaping post-World War II air defense policy: Hoyt Vandenberg (who was born in Milwaukee) and Nathan F. Twining (originally from Monroe). Vandenberg is presenting an autographed photograph to Bruno.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:10754
Creation Date:date unknown
Creator Name:Garber, Maurey
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Collection Name:Harry A. Bruno papers, 1919-1969
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:PH 3268
Original Dimensions:9.25 x 7.25 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Hoyt Vanderberg was the second chief of staff of the Air Force as an independent branch of the United States military. During the early years of the Cold War he established the role of the Air Force in defense policy and oversaw both the Berlin Airlift and the air war in Korea. Nathan F. Twining succeeded Vandenberg in 1953. Twining's tenure witnessed the development of the long-range Strategic Air Command. In 1957 he became the first Air Force officer to serve as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Twining retired in 1961.
SUBJECTS
Suits (Clothing)
Air pilots, Military
Indoor photography
Men
Portrait photography
Portraits, Group
Military uniforms

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