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Architect of Air PowerGeneral Laurence S. Kuter and the Birth of the US Air Force$
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Brian D. Laslie

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780813169989

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813169989.001.0001

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Architect of Air Power

Brian D. Laslie

University Press of Kentucky

The Kuters collectively wrote hundreds of letters during their life together. Beyond their letters to each other, they routinely wrote long missives to their families keeping them appraised of current goings-on. These letters began during Larry’s time in the Presidio and ran through his time as commander of NORAD and beyond. Beyond the letters, there were the scrapbooks, photographs, and numerous other materials that Ethel and Larry kept before donating the entirety of the collection to the Special Collections Branch of the US Air Force Academy library. Amassed together, the collection constitutes an almost daily entry of their activities from high school through retirement....

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