By Chaz Bowyer
RAF Fighter instructions pilots turned family names to most of the people in the course of WW2 however the similar can't be acknowledged of the a ways greater RAF Bomber Command. the writer makes an attempt to redress the stability with bills of a few of the oustanding leaders inside that department of the provider.
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28 . . . . . 28 ATC PLANES AT ICELAND BASE . . . . . 28 ATC ON THE RAMP . . . . . Production-Line Maintenance, Tezgaon, India Refueling, China Base . . 124 LOADING G46’s IN INDIA . ’s . . I2 4 . 124 . I24 THEHUMPROUTE.. Take-off from Assam Nearing Kunming , . . . , , . , . , , , . . . . TRANSPORTATION IN CHINA . ~ . AVIATIONENGINEER (AIRBORNE)WITH LIGHT EQUIPMENT, BROADWAY, BURMA . . . . . 2 8 4 ENGINEERS ON MIDDLEBURG ISLAND . AVIATION Clearing the Strip Laying Steel Mat Digging Coral for Base Finished Strip, Thirteen Days Later xlviii .
284 FACING NATIVE HELPFOR Assam India THE AVIATION ENGINEERS 2 84 HEAVY EQUIPMENT Guam Iceland 284 GREENLAND REPLACING STEELMATWITH CONCRETE, 2 84 BUILDINGB-29 BASEAT ISLEYFIELD,SAIPAN 284 BUILDING RUNWAYS IN INDIA Aviation Engineer Style Native Style 2 84 GUARDING AVIATIONENGINEERS FROM JAPANESE SNIPERS, GUAM . . 2 84 INFLATING WEATHER BALLOON, KEFLAVIK, ICELAND . 316 MARIANAS ISLANDS . Launching Weather Balloon Reading Meteorological Instruments 3'6 THEODOLITE OPERATOR, GREENLAND BASE 316 AACS, ANGUAR ISLAND: RADIOSTATION AND HOMING BEACON 348 AACS, ANGUAR ISLAND: TRANSCRIBING RADIO MESSAGES 3 48 AACS, ANGUAR ISLAND: CONTROL BOARD 348 AACS CONTROL TOWER, MYITKYINA, BURMA 348 ARRIVING IN CHINA FLIGHTNURSES 4' AIR EVACUATION FROM CHINA Hand Loading on C-46 Hoist Loading on C-54 41 2 AIR EVACUATION .
Charles G. Cleveland, Maj. Gen. Robert E. Kelley, USAF Superintendent, USAF Academy USAF Commander, Air University, ATC Mr. DeWitt S. Copp The National Volunteer Agency Dr. Warren W. Hassle;, Jr. Pennsylvania State University Dr. Edward L. Homze University of Nebraska Dr. Alfred F. Hurley Brig. , USAF, Retired North Texas State University lii Dr. Joan Kennedy Kinnaird Trinity College Mr. David E. Place, The General Counsel, USAF Gen. Bryce Poe 11, USAF, Retired Dr. David A. Shannon (Chairman) University of Virginia SECTION 3: 1 * * * * * * * * * * AIR TRANSPORT CHAPTER 1 * * * * * * * * * * * T H E AIR TRANSPORT COMMAND B Y NO means least among the achievements of the AAF in World War I1 was its development of a world-wide system of air transport.