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Where can I get information about Air Force Weather history?

The roots of Air Force Weather go back two centuries when U.S. Army surgeons began recording weather observations regularly in the early 1800s. When the Air Force became a separate service in 1947, Airmen assumed all responsibility of worldwide weather reporting and forecasting for both the Air Force and the Army and have been doing it ever since.

For a brief history on Air Force Weather since 1937, please click here. And if you have a specific question about Air Force Weather history, please contact the Air Force Weather Agency History office at (402) 294-0328.

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