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LT. GENERAL TROUP MILLER, JR.
Lt. Gen. Troup Miller, Jr., Commander, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, calls Atlanta, Geor-
gia, his home town. After graduating from St. Lukes School, now Valley Forge Military Academy, Wayne,'Pennsyl-
vania, he entered the U. S. Military Academy and graduated as a second lieutenant of Cavalry in June 1930. He
began flying training in the fall of 1930, and was rated a pilot in December 1931. f - A
General Miller's first assignment as a flying officer was with the Second Bomb Group, Langley Field, Va.,
where he served as squadron engineering officer and assistant group operations officer. He became a flying in-
structor at Kelly Field in July 1936. In November 1940 he assumed command of a training group at the Air Corps
Advanced Flying School, Maxwell Field, Ala.
In 1942 General Miller became director of training at the AAF Combat Crew School. His next assignment took
him back to Maxwell Field as assistant commandant of the Army Air Force Pilot School ffour-enginel. He entered
the Army-Navy Staff College in October 1943 and graduated in February 1944.
He spent the next year in the southwest Pacific with the 5th Air Force. He commanded the 59th Air Service
Group, and was commander and chief of staff of the 59th Bomber Command.
After World War ll, General Miller returned to Maxwell, serving in operations and plans. He entered War
College in 1948 and, upon graduation, he was assigned to Headquarters USAF as director of industrial resources.
In July 1953 he assumed command of the Northern Air Material Area in Europe with headquarters at Burton-
wood, England. Upon his return to the states, he commanded the Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tennes-
see. In 1960, he became Vice Commandant of Air University and assumed command of Air University on 1 August
Decorations awarded to General Miller for outstanding service include the Legion of Merit and the Air Medal.
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COLONEL H. N. HOLT
Colonel Harold Norman Holt was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 11.May 1916. He attended grammar
and high school in Philadelphia and graduated from Drexel Institute of Technology of that city in 1939.
He served on active duty as 2nd Lieutenant, Infantry, until he entered Primary Flying School in June of 1941.
When he graduated in January of 1942, his commission was transferred to the Air Corps. He went first to Panama
and then was given command of a Fighter Bomber Squadron. In 1944, he moved up to Group Commander and led
156 combat missions in the European Theater. Although his role was primarily absorbing flak while attacking ground
targets, Colonel Holt is credited with three ME 109 confirmed in the air and two multi-engine aircraft on the ground.
He returned to the States to serve as Senior Tactical Air Instructor at the Infantry School, Ft. Benning, Ga. He
was sent from this assignment to get a Master's degree in Industrial Management from the Wharton School of the
University of Pennsylvania. He went to a Headquarters USAF assignment before assuming command of fighter
bomber wing in England.
His next assignment was back to Headquarters USAF where he was selected to attend the Harvard Advanced
Management Program. He was named vice commandant of Air War College in June of 1960 and Commandant,
Squadron Officer School, in August 1961.
His decorations include the Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Air Medal with 27 Oak Leaf
Clusters, Distinguished Unit Citation, French Croix de Guerre with Palm, and Belgian Fourragere.
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