Military administration documents, certificates, periodicals, photographs, and artifacts document Ronnie Lee Houston's military training and service in the United States Air Force in Phu Cat, Republic of Vietnam, and Bitberg, Germany from 1967 - 1985. Military administrative documents include orders Houston received to report to training schools, military assignments, and his 1969 commissioning orders. Other documents include promotions, officer effectiveness reports, and a navigator school report card. Certificates in the collection document Houston's completion of several Air Force training programs in 1969 and 1970, his aeronautical rating of navigator in 1969, commendations such as the Distinguished Flying Cross, two Air Medals, and an Honorable Discharge in 1985. Photographs include images of Houston in Vietnam, an unidentified airplane cockpit identified as 'my office', photos from Houston's last flight in Vietnam, and a photograph of the 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron assembled on an F-4 Phantom fighter at Phu Cat, Vietnam, signed by the officers. Artifacts include a cotton flight suit worn by Houston, several patches worn on flight suits and other uniforms, A National Defense Service Medal, and a CPU-26/P Computer Air Navigation device.