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Dear Mr. Cano,
Thank you for contacting History Hub. The information you seek may be part of his Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). The process for requesting an OMPF includes completing a SF 180. Please provide as much information about your father as possible, the process is detailed here; https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/standard-form-180.html
The record you are looking for still belongs to the U.S. Air Force and therefore, is not in NARA's legal custody. Since it is not open to the public, there is only limited information available to those who are not the veteran or next of kin. You may wish to utilize some online resources or a private researcher to obtain more details about your father to assist the search further. Best of luck with your research!