Location:
36 Perimeter Rd., Bradley Int'l Airport,
Windsor Locks,CT 06096
N 41d 56' 512" W 72d 41' 36"  
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Hours:
Open 7 days a week, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone (860) 623-3305

Admission:
Adults 12 & Up $12.00
Children 4-11 $6.50
3 & Under Free
Seniors 65 & Up $11.00

New England Air Museum
Harold Charles Teubner
 
Recent Address:  
Air Force Village II, San Antonio, TX
 
Email:    
 
Family Information:   Wife: Helen; Children: Tricia, Mary Lil, Chuck and Mike
 
Hometown:   Dallas, TX
 
Date Entered Service:   April 1941
 
Service Number:    
 
Bomb Group:   444th
 
Squadron:   676th
 
Location of Unit:   China-Burma-India
 
Missions Flown:    
 
Hump Missions Flown:    
 
Targets:    
 
Awards/Decorations:  
Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, Distinguished Flying Cross with two oak leaf clusters, Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters, and Air Force Commendation Medal.
 
Service Schools Attended:    
 
Military Specialty(ies):    
 
Rank Upon Discharge:   Major General
 
Crew Type:   Flight crew
 
Airplane Serial No.& Name:    
 
Were you a POW?   No
 
Were you interned?   No
 
Date Transferred from the 58th:    
 
Date Discharged from the 58th:    
 
Post-WWII Military Service:
After WWII, "Teub," as his friends called him, took his BSME degree from Texas A&M, participated in the first nuclear weapons tests and was chief of Combat Crew Training with the Fifteenth Air Force (SAC). Teub attended MIT and obtained his Masters in Aeronautical Engineering in 1951. He then helped develop the curriculum and taught at the Air Force Institute of Technology graduate school, Wright Patterson AFB, until September 1953. General Teubner's final 20 years in the Air Force included assignments as the chief of the Guidance and Control Division, ARDC; a three year assignment to England as engineering liaison, Third Air Force; an MBA from George Washington University; Assignment to Headquarters, USAF as chief of Electronics Division, deputy director of the budget, U.S. Air Force Comptroller and finally, auditor general of the Air Force.
 
Post-WWII Civilian Occupation(s):
Teub retired from the Air Force in 1973 and worked for the next 10 years as a Vice President for United Technologies.
 
Comments:
Major General Teubner passed away May 16, 2012. He is buried at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, TX.

 

Major General Harold Teubner
Major General Harold Teubner

 


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