A MONUMENT TO ALL WHO SERVED
WITH THE STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND
|The Strategic Air
Command, "SAC", was established on the concept of having a
"force in being", and ready to go at a moment's notice.
It's mission was unique: to not fight a war, but to deter one.
Toward that end, its primary mission was nuclear retaliation. It's
missiles could only be used once and few of its bombers were expected to
return from a strike against the Soviet Union. SAC's war, if it
ever came, would last less than a day. No other military
organization has ever had such awesome power. Coupled with that
power, none have ever exerted such tight control over it, nor
demonstrated such restraint in using it. These are accomplishments
without equal in human history and they need to be documented so that
future generations will benefit from the lessons learned.
Used with permission of the Strategic Air Command website.
If you need additional information, email the SAC Monument Committee
chairman Bob Adams: email@example.com or by Phone: 817.905.1889.
Permanent maintenance of the Strategic Air Command Monument at Naval Air Station Fort Worth will be turned over to the Texas Air National Guard in March of 2010. The SAC Monument Committee desires to make landscape improvements and to install solar-powered lighting for the monument before relinquishing it to TANG. To raise funding for these improvements, the SAC Monument Committee has decided to offer for sale additional personalized bricks until 1 March 2010. This will be the final opportunity to add bricks to the monument.
Bricks will cost $100.00 each. Three lines of 13 spaces on each line are available for engraving. Blanks are counted as spaces. CLICK HERE for a brick engraving form. RIGHT-CLICK the form and click PRINT or PRINT PICTURE from the context menu.
Please write [SAC Monument Brick] on your check or money order. Mail your payment and engraving form before March 1st and your brick will become part of the monument within 60 days.
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