Final Report of the Assassinations Records Review Board p. 158:
Compliance with JFK Act by Government Offices
16. Department of the Air Force
In 1995, the Air Force directed certain Air Force Commands to undertake searches for assassination records. The only assassination record found was an operations logbook from Andrews Air Force Base that had recorded events at the base on the day of the assassination.
The Review Board asked the Air Force to conduct further searches for assassination records. The Review Board asked the Air Force to conduct further searches for assassination records. The Review Board asked the Air Force to: (1) identify and review the 1963-64 files for the highest officials in the Air Force, including the Secretary of the Air Force; (2) more thoroughly review the files of the Office of Special Investigations for any records relating to Air Force One on November 22, 1963 including specifically searching for any audiotapes of transmissions to and from Air Force one on the day of the assassination.
[BK: Please note that this log was retrieved from a trash by a civilian employee of Andrews - probably a custodian, and it appears that that was what became of most if not all of the significant and historical Air Force records of the assassination, as reported by the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) in their final report:: JFKcountercoup: The Andrews AFB Log Book 11/22/63 ]
As the Review Board requested, the Air Force conducted a targeted search. The Air Force did not, however, forward additional records to the JFK Collection. After the Air Force submitted its Final Declaration, the Board requested that the Air Force further account for specific Air Force records, particularly records for the Air Force’s Office of Presidential Pilot and the Historical Research Agency at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. The Air Force, at the time of this Report, had not followed up on the Review Board’s request.
The Air Force submitted its Final Declaration of Compliance dated November 21, 1997.