James M. Keck

Military Officer, Person

1921 –

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Who is James M. Keck?

James Moulton Keck is a retired American Air Force lieutenant general whose last assignment was vice commander in chief, Strategic Air Command, headquartered at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. He assumed this position October 1, 1973 and served until June 30, 1977. He previously served as commander of 2nd Air Force, SAC's largest subordinate command which controls the majority of assigned B-52, KC-135, and FB-111 aircraft, as well as a portion of the Minuteman and Titan missiles.

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Born
Sep 4, 1921
Scranton
Also known as
  • James Moulton Keck
Nationality
  • United States of America
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on July 23, 2013

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