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Air Asia

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Jerry Fink Papers

Identifier: CA002-93
Abstract Jerry Fink was employed with Air America from April 1, 1957 to December 31, 1973 when he retired. While employed with the company, Mr. Fink served as Deputy Legal Counsel and Assistant SEC at Air America Headquarters, Taipai.

Link Luckett Collection

Identifier: CA020-90
Abstract Captain Link Luckett flew as a helicopter pilot for Air America, beginning in the late sixties, in both Laos and South Vietnam. Prior to this, he established Hill-I-Copters, Inc., helicopter charter and contract service. These records also detail his 1960 rescue of climbers trapped on Mt. McKinley.

Jon C. Merkel Collection

Identifier: CA005-95
Abstract Jon C. Merkel was a pilot with Air America. On Feburary 12th, 1970 he was killed by hostile ground fire near Tha Lin Noi, Laos.

Bill Merrigan Collection

Identifier: CA067-13
Abstract Bill Merrigan was employed by Air America and several of its affiliated companies.

Elmer Munsell Collection

Identifier: CA062-13
Abstract Elmer Munsell flew for CAT/Air America, Air Asia, and Air Ventures in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War.

John D. Pearson, Jr. Collection

Identifier: CA072-13
Abstract John D. Pearson, Jr. was a fixed-wing aircraft pilot employed by Air America and Air Asia during the Vietnam War.

Doug Smith Collection

Identifier: CA152-13
Abstract Collection contains Boeing 727 study guides, flight patterns, operations manual, emergency check list, and pilot training manual; operator manuals for the Douglas DC-4 and DC-6; Air Asia Convair 880 training guide; and CAT and Air America operator guides.

James E. Spencer Papers

Identifier: CA117-86
Abstract This collection relates to Air Force Procurement in Southeast Asia and contains Spencer's files dealing with contracts between Air Force Procurement and Air America in Thailand. Includes personal papers; procurement files; Udorn monthly reports; a diagram of the Pacific Corporation, owner of Air America; and newspaper and magazine articles.