Col. John Watters Sr., a Selma, Alabama native, served in the Army, Army Air Corps and Air Force through World War II. His final assignment was as Gen. Curtis LeMay's Strategic Air Command commander, lead operational bombing planner. Upon Watters' Death, his family donated his extensive collection of military books to Offutt Air Force Base. The Watters' family library collection will be a significant resource for the 55th Wing. The books can be checked out by anyone on the base interested in learning about history.
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