STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND
COMMANDER IN CHIEF
AUGUST 1974 - JULY 1977
RUSSELL E. DOUGHERTY
Deluxe chief executive binder from the estate of AF General Russell E. Dougherty
Former Commander in Chief of the Strategic Air Command (CINCSAC, SAC)
Washington, D.C. . 1977. Three ring binder (1" rings). Dark executive style black padded binder covers with plain spine and back cover. Front cover with gilt rimmed border, Strategic Air Command (SAC) gilt decoration, and General Dougherty's name and rank in gilt as Commander In Chief of SAC. Cover interiors lined with a dark moire silk. Approximately 11 3/4" in height with a 10 3/4" width. Binder is about an inch thick at the spine.
The binder currently has about 1/2" of journal pages for contents. The lined journal pages are blank and unused with no names or markings.
The SAC Commander in Chief binder came from the Washington D.C. area estate of Air Force General Russell E. Dougherty. General Dougherty was a bomber flight instructor in World War II and rose through the ranks to become the Commander in Chief (CINC) of the U.S. Strategic Air Command (SAC)... read more