The Brien S. Wygle Collection is a small collection primarily consisting of logbooks and certificates, licenses, and awards documenting Wygle's service in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II through his career at the Boeing Company as a test pilot. Digitized objects from the collection include medals, military patches, a blood chit, and award plaques.
The Bruce Mennella Vietnam War Collection relates to the 1968-1972 military service of Mennella, an Air Intelligence Officer in Naval Fighter Squadron 114 (VF-114), nicknamed "Aardvark Squadron." Digitized objects from the collection include service ribbons, medals, and patches.
The Frank C. Leigh World War II Collection focuses on Leigh’s time with the U.S. Navy during World War II. The collection includes one digitized object: a set of signal paddles used by Leigh during his service.
The George H. E. Welford Battle of Britain Collection is comprised of materials related to Welford's service as a Royal Air Force (RAF) pilot during World War II and in the Battle of Britain. Digitized objects from the collection include flight gear, uniform components, and a shadow box.
The Kenneth D. Wallace World War II Collection is comprised of materials relating to Kenneth D. Wallace's military career and personal life, circa 1940s. The collection includes one digitized object: a Burmese blood chit carried by Wallace.
The Leon Swietlikowski World War II Collection is primarily related to the wartime activities of Swietlikowski, who served in the Polish Air Force during World War II. Digitized objects from the collection include flight goggles, uniform components, and service ribbons.
The Lionel Cherry Gilmour World War I Collection is comprised of materials pertaining to the World War I service and prisoner-of-war (POW) experience of Lieutenant Lionel Cherry Gilmour (1891-1973) of the Royal Air Force (RAF) and its predecessor, the Royal Flying Corps (RFC). Digitized objects from the collection include patches, pins, and medals.
The Margery Watson World War II Photographs is a small collection comprised of materials related to Watson's employment as a draftsperson at North American Aviation in Inglewood, California between 1943-1945. The collection includes one digitized object: a drafting tool used by Watson.
The Nordhoff and Dunnam Families Collection contains papers, photographs, and assorted ephemera spanning 1916-2012 and relating to Arthur Nordhoff (World War I pilot); his wife, Thelma Miller Nordhoff (Signal Corps); their daughter, Nancy Nordhoff Dunnam (WASP); and her husband James Joseph Dunnam (World War II Battalion Commander). Digitized objects from the collection include uniform components and other items related to Nancy Nordhoff Dunnam's and Thelma Miller Nordhoff's military careers, as well as some commemorative items related to the Apollo missions.