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  • Hall of Fame Class of 2001

    New members of the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame were announced at the third annual induction ceremony and dinner April 10, 2001 at the Andrews Officers' Club, Andrews AFB, Md. Lt. Gen. John L. Woodward Jr., Air Force deputy chief of staff for Communications and Information, officiated. The event capped the two-day annual
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2002

    Three people were inducted into the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame, with special designation as "Foundation Setters," at a ceremony and dinner April 10, 2002 at the Andrews Officers' Club. Lt. Gen. John L. Woodward Jr., Air Force deputy chief of staff for communications and information, officiated.Hall of Fame members are
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2003

    Five people were inducted into the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame. The new members will be recognized at a ceremony and dinner Sept. 27 at Falls Church, Va. Hall of Fame members are recognized for service in the public and private sectors, and for their vision in helping to deliver world-class communications and information
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2004

    Since 1999, the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of fame has recognized the achievements of past military leaders and civil servants who have laid the foundation that supports today's dominant, modern Air Force. Lt. Gen. Tom Hobbins, Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Warfighting Integration, inducted Lt. Gen. (retired) John S.
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2005

    Since 1999, the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of fame has recognized the achievements of past military leaders and civil servants who have laid the foundation that supports today's dominant, modern Air Force. Lt. Gen. Tom Hobbins, Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer, inducted retired Lt. Gen.
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2006

    Five outstanding Air Force communications pioneers are the newest members of the Communications and Information Hall of Fame. Lt. Gen. Michael Peterson, the Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer, announced that the late Maj. Gen. Francis L. Ankenbrandt, the late Maj. Gen. John B. Bestic, retired Maj. Gen. Rupert
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2007

    Lt. Gen. Michael W. Peterson, Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer, will formally induct the three newest members of the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame during a ceremony May 2 at Andrews AFB, Md. The Hall of Fame was established in 1999 to recognize the achievements of past military leaders
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2008

    Lt. Gen. Michael W. Peterson, Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer, announced the selection of retired Maj. Gens. Van C. Doubleday and Alvin L. Pachynski, and Chief Master Sgt. Walter D. McLain into the C&I Hall of Fame's Class of 2008.The C&I Hall of Fame, established in 1999, recognizes the achievements of past
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2009

    Eight former Air Force communicators were inducted into the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame during a ceremony held Dec. 11 at in Washington, D.C.Lt. Gen. William J. DonahueGeneral Donahue was as a career communications officer beginning with his first tour of duty as a communications officer at the 2135th Communications
  • HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2010

    Five former Air Force communicators were inducted into the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame at a ceremony on 13 May 2010 at the Joint Base Andrews Consolidated Club.Colonel Jess R. GuthrieColonel Guthrie was an early pioneer in communications and air traffic control, who was instrumental in transforming military aviation from a
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