Paula Flores Collection
Scope and Contents
The Paula Flores Papers date from 1988-2002 and includes medals, challenge coins, training records and certificates, diplomas, awards, military records and briefs, official correspondence, and uniform jackets.
- 1988 - 2008
- Other: Majority of material found within 1988-2002
- Other: Date acquired: 09/26/2016
- Flores, Paula G. (Person)
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Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright is retained by the creators of items in these papers or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
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Paula Flores was born on November 21, 1968 in upstate New York. She enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1988 at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. During her time in the air force she served as an aircraft mechanic, education training manager, and a computer communications specialist. While stationed at Chanute Air Force Base near Chicago, Illinois, Flores completed tech school. In 1991, she was deployed to run stealth flights and communications for NATO. She was later stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base for Operation Noble Eagle. During her deployment to the Philippines, she was part of Operation Fiery Vigil. Flores retired from the Air Force in 2008.
3.25 Linear Feet (2 boxes, 1 folder)
Language of Materials
Paula G. Flores (b.1968), of New York, served in the United States Air Force from 1988-2008.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Paula Flores, September 2016.
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