The following is a collection archived here at The Black Vault, in collaboration with another researcher who for now, will remain anonymous.
The Black Vault has digitally preserved online his MANY years worth of work collecting this historical collection. It is now available in its entirety below.
Here is a breakdown of what you will find in this collection, as written by the researcher:
1) My AFHRA microfilm roll collection.
Please note some of my files are broken up into several “parts”. This because I received a paper copy and scanned it, but my scanner only can scan a limited number of pages as a PDF such as 50 or 150 pages of a 500+ page document.
2) My ADC Historical Studies collection
3) My RAND Studies collection (much downloaded from the RAND website before they took them down).
4) My information on the May 22, 1958 Nike site NY-53 missile explosion that killed 10 people.
5) My NORAD historical summaries FOIA releases
6) My NARA RG 342 AFHRA microfilm roll collection references. Many are not listed on the Air Force History Index website.
The information that is archived here totals 468,170 pages, and stretches more than 100GB in size.
Each folder below will open in a new window, and allow for file browsing. In the future, there will be a larger effort to categorize and index this collection. Please, CONTACT ME, if you’d like to take part in that effort.
But until then, the collection is below.
The begin exploring the collection, the links below are the “top level” domains. Once you click on them, a new window will open with the contents of that particular directory. To return here, simply close that window.