His father was Captain (later Major General) Robert Oldys (later Olds), Olds virtually made daily contact with the small group of officers who would lead the US Army Air Forces in World War II (one neighbor was Major Carl Spaatz, destined to become the first Chief of Staff of the USAF), On November 10, 1925, his father appeared as a witness on behalf of Billy Mitchell during Mitchell's court-martial in Washington, D. He brought three-year-old Robin with him to court, dressed in an Air Service uniform, and posed with him for newspaper photographers before testifying.His father was made commander of the pioneer B-17 Flying Fortress 2nd Bombardment Group at Langley Field on March 1, 1937, and promoted to lieutenant colonel on March 7.With 750,000 titles & counting, covering all major disciplines & subjects, Myi Library is the most comprehensive online e-content platform on the market today.Included in the 2,500 imprints offered via the Myi Library platform are the most popular publishers in the world, from academic publishers such as Taylor & Francis, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Springer and Elsevier, to trade publishers including Penguin Random House, Hachette Book Group, Harper Collins and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and publishers spanning the markets, like Wiley and Mc Graw-Hill.The loss to the midshipmen was followed eight days later by the attack on Pearl Harbor.In 1942 he was named by Collier's Weekly as its "Lineman of the Year" and by Grantland Rice as "Player of the Year." Olds was also selected as an All-American as the cadets compiled a 6-3 record, beating Lafayette College, Cornell, Columbia, Harvard, VMI, and Princeton, and falling to Notre Dame, Penn, and Navy.
The remainder of his career was spent in non-operational positions, as Commandant of Cadets at the United States Air Force Academy and as an official in the Air Force Inspector General's Office.This training ended a year later by Christmas 1942. Eichelberger, replaced the head coach (an Army officer) with Earl "Red" Blaik, a 1920 graduate and head coach at Dartmouth, who had recruited Olds in 1939.Olds returned to West Point, hoping to graduate early and see action in the war. Olds played on the varsity college football team in both 19.is an industry-leading e-content aggregation platform for public, academic and professional libraries around the world.Our platform offers institutions the ability to acquire and access digital content on an individual title, publisher-specific or subject collection basis, based on their unique requirements and resources.