Major General I.B. Holley Award
Created in 2007, this award honors a sustained, significant contribution to the documentation of Air Force history during a lifetime of service. Its inaugural presentation was to Maj. Gen. Holley (ret.) as a tribute his decades of assistance, support and encouragement to military historians.
Maj. Gen. Holley has been a visiting professor at the U.S. Military Academy and has taught military history, the history of technology, and other subjects at Duke University since 1947.
He is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and was chosen to receive the Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award in 1989.
Gen. Holley has written books, papers, articles, essays, reviews, and critiques for six decades, and has demonstrated a professional interest in historical subjects as far apart as the American highway revolution, air weapons development and acquisition, and intellectual history.
- 2007: Maj. Gen. (Distinguished Professor Emeritus) I. B. Holley, Jr, USAF (Ret)
- 2008: Brig. Gen. Alfred F. Hurley, USAF (Ret)
- 2009: Mr. Herman S. Wolk
- 2010: Dr. Alan Gropman
- 2011: Mr. Joseph Caver
- 2013: Mr. Jacob Neufeld
- 2014: Col. Walter J. Boyne
- 2015: Dr. Richard P. Hallion
- 2016: Dr. Mark A. Clodfelter, PhD.