Strategic Air Command (SAC) was the United States Air Force command in charge of America's strategic bombers and land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) during the Cold War.
SAC was initially commanded by the famous General George C. Kenney -- who was in charge of the Pacific 5th Air Force during WWII.
However, it was General Curtis LeMay who became SAC's most prominent leader.
The original headquarters were at Bolling Field, but LeMay later moved them to Offut AFB in Nebraska.
SAC maintained the peace from 1946 to 1992 until it's units transitioned to newly established Air Combat Command (ACC) and Air Mobility Command (AMC).