Col. Clifford James Moore, Jr., 98th Vice-Wing Commander salutes the last B-47 to serve at Lincoln on December 7th, 1965
(Photo by Jim Dunlap)
Last Update: March 19th, 2013
307th Bomb Wing Veteran Pete Todd, Air Force Academy Graduate and 307th Bomb Wing Association President passes away Feburary 23rd 2013 - Col. Todd will be greatly missed, his was an important reason the history of Lincoln AFB lives on. I was able to meet him once during the 307th reunion last year. (Posted March 19th, 2013)
Base Commander Col. Joseph McLachlan, Bill Brooks and Dave Albanese photos
Giving an hour at the Preservation Association of Lincoln Brown-Bag Lecture (Posted 3/19/13)
Col. Perry Nuhn and Jack Geist page added - Jan 9, 2011
A history of Arnold Heights including Arnold Elementary and Tanker Hill - Jan 5, 2011
A Newspaper article about this website from January 1st's Lincoln Journal-Star (Posted 1/1/11)
307th Bomb Wing activated as a reserve B-52 wing at Barksdale AFB in early 2011(Posted 11/29/10)
A look at the Lincoln flightline about 1963, note base operations on the far left near the tower, fire station #1 near left center,
the 307th hangar on the far right and the lines of barracks in the background - Photo by James Dunlap
Our Mission Statement:
To preserve the history of the former Lincoln Air Force Base located in Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A. from 1954 to 1966 along with its veterans and workers through research, documentation and education.
To preserve the history of the former Lincoln Army Air Field, the 6th Missile Battalion/43rd Artillery U.S. Army, the Nebraska Air National Guard and the overall Cold War history of the Lincoln, Nebraska area.
An Atlas-F Missile passing the Nebraska State Capitol on its way to a silo in Eastern Nebraska
With the retirement of the "A History of the Former Lincoln Air Force Base" website, we're currently in the process of constructing
a new, better site dedicated to the veterans and civilians alike who served at the former
Lincoln Air Force Base.
Stay Tuned for new updates and construction!
Webmaster's Note December 5th, 2010
(What the museum has and what we would like to preserve)