I N D E X
 
     
 
A
 
A-20, 237 (n 1)
A-29, 193, 237 (n 1)
AC/AS Intelligence, 50
AC/CS Personnel, 83
Accra, 144
ACV, 146-147, 240 (n 48)
Adjutant General's Department, The, 205
Admiralty, British, 15, 28, 67, 80, 251 (n 96)
Africa, 35, 42, 45, 47, 58, 63, 77, 82, 86-87, 93, 97, 115, 117-122, 128, 130, 145-146, 164, 200, 251 (n 91, 102)
Agadir, 119, 122, 252 (n 111)
AGL stations, 198-201
Air Antisubmarine Development Detachment, 206
"Air Antisubmarine Force," 37
Air-Officer-Commanding0in-Chief, 98  See also Slessor.
Air Service Command (ASC), 100, 196-197, 205
    Headquarters, 198
    Overseas Section, Supply Division, 198
Air Transport Command (ATC), 196-198, 203, 205
Alaska, 13
Algiers, 249 (n 70)
Allied Antisubmarine Survey Board, 74
Ammunition Supply Authorities (AMSA), 196-197
Andrews, Adm. Adolphus, 4-5, 84.  See also Commander ESF.
Antilles, 45
Antilles Air Task Force, 140
    Trinidad Detachment of, 140
Antisubmarine Monthly Intelligence Report, 214
Antisubmarine Warfare OPerations Research Group (ASWORG), 46, 206-207
 
Army Air Support Command, 5
Army Service Forces (ASF), 205
    Commanding General, 238 (n 17)
Arnold, Gen. H. H., 16-18, 23, 39, 44-45, 60, 63-64, 71, 77, 84, 148-149, 237 (N 6), 238 (n 17), 243 (n 85), 260 (n 23).  See also CG AAF.
Arnold-McNarney-McCain agreement, 78, 80-82, 227
Ascension Island, 144-145
Asia, 45
Assistant Secretary of War for Air, 260 (n 23)
ASV equipment, 30, 36, 72, 161, 241 (n 51), 248 (n 49)
    ASV-2, 239 (n23)
    ASV-10, 53, 107
Atlantic, Battle of the, 1, 29, 54, 86, 108, 226
Atlantic Convoy Conference, 54-55, 62-63, 90, 108, 148-149, 151, 205, 217
    ACC-1, 151
Australia, 193
AYD altimeter, 210
Azores, 92, 114
 
B
 
B-17, 7, 147-149, 153, 169-172, 193, 233 (n 41), 237 (n 1), 255 (n 165)
B-17E, 193
B-18, 7, 18, 22, 30, 141, 193, 237 (n 1)
B-18B, 166-168
B-18R, 141
B-24, 15, 41-42, 44, 46, 52, 66, 68, 72, 74-75, 78, 82, 94, 98, 100, 103, 106, 111-112, 115, 123-125, 127-128, 134-135, 145-147, 149, 163-165, 172-173, 178, 181, 184-186, 193-194,
 
     
 
308
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
309
 
     
 
B-24 (contd), 202, 207, 213, 219, 221, 233 (N 40,41), 237 (n 1), 240 (n 48), 241 (n 51, 57), 248 (n 47), 261 (n 39)
B-24D, 45, 120, 144-145, 161, 168, 172-173, 176, 179-180, 182-187, 254 (n 147)
B-25, 15, 83, 134, 193, 222, 233 (n 40), 237 (n 1)
B-25D, 154
B-25G, 144
B-34, 193, 221-222, 237 (n 1)
Bangor, 6, 18
Bay of Biscay, 42, 47, 50-54, 74-75, 77, 91, 93-97, 105, 107-115, 125, 131, 165, 202-204, 245-246 (N 16), 248 (n45, 52), 249 (n 64)
Beeks, Lt. Col. H. S., 145
Belem, 144
Bellinger, Adm. P. N. L., 39
Bermuda, 26, 202
Bloody Marsh, 134
Bluie West One, 154-155
BOLERO, 63, 1147
Bombardment Branch, 82
Bombardment, Director of, 40, 66, 149
Bombs
    Mark XI, 161, 163, 178-179, 181-182
    Mark XVII, 166-170, 211
    Mark XXIX, 164, 166-167
    Mark 37, 176-177
    Mark 47, 172, 174-175
Bowles, Dr. Edward L., 36-37, 44, 65-67, 69, 88, 241 (n 56), 260 (n 23)
Bradley, Maj. Gen. Follett, 18, 23, 25-26
Brazil, 89, 145
British, 8, 15, 28, 52, 54, 61, 67, 77, 86, 98, 93-98, 100-103, 107-109, 119, 121, 123, 130, 139, 147-148, 153-154, 190, 195, 235 (n 68), 239 (n 23), 248 (n 47), 250 (n 89)
British Chiefs of Staff, 74
British Isles, 42, 86, 88.  See also Great Britain.
 
Bureau of Aeronautics, 73
BW-1, 256 (n 182)
 
C
 
Canada, 54, 61, 147-148, 151, 153-154, 198, 239 (n 31), 255 (n 161)
Canadian Joint Staff, 148
Canary Islands, 164
Cannong, W/C P.F., RAF, 24
Cape Finisterre, 114, 123, 190
Cape Hatteras, 3, 30, 236 (n 80)
Caribbean, 17, 35, 42, 44, 83, 88, 136-138, 140, 144, 156, 201-202, 208
Caribbean Defense Command, 139
Caribbean Sea Frontier, 32, 89, 138-140
    Commander, 140
Casablanca, 121-123
Catalina, 255 (n 165)
Charleston, S. C., 18
Chief of Staff, U. S. Army, 63 (n 81)
Chiefs of Staff (U. S. Army and U. S. Navy), 146-147
China, 193
Church St., 41
Churchill, Prime Minister, 148
Civil Air Patrol (CAP), 9, 20, 132, 198, 232 (n 24)
Coastal Air Force, 25-26
    Commanding General, 25
    Controller, 25
    Headquarters, 26
Coastal Command, RAF, 15, 17, 24-25, 28, 44, 47, 52, 62, 67, 80, 88, 95-97, 99-103, 106-107, 110, 117, 119-120, 128, 130, 147, 181, 208, 241 (n 56), 248 (n 45), 252 (n 111)
Coastal Frontier, 5
Coast Guard, 1, 3
Combined Chiefs of Staff, 61-63, 240 (n 51)
    Papers
        CCS 189, 240 (n 51)
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
310
 
     
 
        CCS 189/2, 241 (n 51)
        CCS 189/3, 241 (n 51)
        CCS 189/3, 241 (n 51)
        CCS 203, 51
Combined Staff Planners (CPS), 59, 239 (N 31), 240 (n 51), 248 (n 49)
    Papers
        CPS 49/D, 241 (n 51)
        CPS 56/3, 59
COMINCH, 3-4, 21, 31, 67, 69-71, 174, 242 (n 68), 255 (n 165).  See also King.
Commanding General, AAF, 25, 37, 40, 70, 196, 206, 260 (n 23).  See also Arnold.
Commanding General, AAFAC, 67, 204-205, See also Larson.
Committee on Missions of the Army and Navy, 81
Congress, 11, 232 (n 27)
Controller
    Army Air Forces, 102
    British, 102
    Coastal Air Force, 25
    Station, 103
Control Room, 119
Cuba, 35, 138, 200
Curacao, 140
Cyclops, 1
 
D
 
Dakar, 144
Darden, Lt. J. H., 176
DB-7B, 237 (n 1)
Detachment Headquarters, 154
Devonshire, 82, 110
DF equipment, 60
DO-24, 125, 192
DO-26, 125, 192
Doenitz, Admiral, 137, 146, 155
Dolan, Col. W. C., 260 (n 23)
Dudeck, Lt. E. J., 168-169
Dunkeswell, 82, 110, 128
Durston, Air Marshal, 62
Dutch Guiana, 139
 
E
 
8th Air Force, 49-50, 54, 83, 91, 98-99, 107, 110, 238 (n 17)
    Commanding General, 99
8th Antisubmarine Squadron, 138, 144-145, 254 (n 147)
VIII Bomber Command, 99-100, 247 (n 26)
18th Antisubmarine Squadron, 83, 134-135, 218
87th Service Squadron, 110
Eagle boat, 3
East and Gulf Coasts, 26, 30
Eastern Defense Command (EDC), 5, 20, 22, 26, 30, 40, 197
    Commanding General, 5
    Headquarters, 82
Eastern Sea Frontier (ESF), 3, 9, 17, 19-20, 26, 32, 34-35, 40-41, 87, 89, 94, 130-137, 139, 230 (n 4), 246 (n 16)
    Commander, 3-4, 19-20
Edinburgh Field, 141, 167
Eisenhower, Maj. Gen. Dwight D., 22-26, 30, 44
Elizabeth City, 4
England, 42, 44, 52, 58, 63, 94, 96-98, 101, 106, 108, 110, 150, 193, 241 (n 51), 251 (n 102)
English Channel, 86
European Theater (ETO), 52, 77, 102a, 107, 238 (n 17)
    Commanding General, 52
Europe, 52, 65, 86, 88, 102a, 146, 154
Expert Consultant to the Secretary of War, 36.  See Bowles.
 
F
 
1st Air Force, 5, 18-20, 22, 82-83, 196, 233 (n 35)
    Commanding General, 23, 260 (n 23).  See Bradley.
    Headquarters, 198
I Air Support Command, 5-6, 14, 19-20, 232 (n 24)
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
311
 
     
 
1st Antisubmarine Army Air Command, 38-39
1st Antisubmarine Group, 99, 103-104
1st Antisubmarine Squadron, 97, 99, 102, 106, 161, 165, 173-174, 184, 247 (n 26)
I Bomber Command, 5-7, 9, 14, 16, 18, 21, 23-25, 30, 32, 34-36, 38-39, 41, 82, 84, 189, 191, 198-199, 206, 211, 215, 225-227, 231 (N 13, 22)
    Commanding General, 23.  See also Larson.
1st Naval District, 4
1st Sea-Search Attack Group, 36, 83, 261 (N 31)
4th Antisubmarine Squadron, 108, 111, 135, 138, 150, 180, 182, 202
4th Fleet, 145
    Commander, 145.  See Ingram.
4th Naval District, 4
5th Naval District, 4
15th Antisubmarine Squadron, 138
40th Bombardment Squadron, 138
43rd Bombardment Squadron, 231 (n 12)
417th Bombardment Squadron, 141
421st Bombardment Squadron, 147, 149
444th Quartermaster Platoon, 110
479th Antisubmarine Group, 82-83, 95, 108-112, 130, 150, 192, 228
480th Antisubmarine Group, 47, 82-83, 95, 105-107, 109-110, 115-117, 120-122, 125-128, 130, 191-192, 228, 247 (n 22), 250 (n 77), 252 (n 111)
516th Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
517th Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
518th Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
519th Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
520th Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
521st Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
522nd Observation Squadron, 262 (n 46)
Fedala, 121
Fleet Air Wing 15, 117, 119, 123
Florida, 138
Focke-Wulf 200 (FW-200), 115, 125, 184-186, 191-192
France, 15, 52, 95
Frank, General, 18
Freetown, 89
French Coast, 49
Frocarro, Lt. C. J., 177
 
G
 
Galveston, Tex., 18
Gander Lake, 150, 255 (N 173)
Gerhart, Lt., 178
Gettysburg, 134
GHQ Air Force, 13-14
Gibraltar, 93, 109, 115, 117-119, 121-122, 128, 249 (n 64), 251 (n 91), 252 (n 11)
    AOC, 119
    Straits of, 114
"Gondola,"  53, 98, 104, 107, 246 (n 18)
Governors Island, 199
Great Britain, 63, 147, 162, 239 (n 31)
Greenland, 52-53, 90, 146-147, 149, 153-155, 170, 208, 240 (n 48), 256 (n 182)
    Base Command, 154
    Patrol Force, 154
Guantanamo, 140, 246 (n 16)
Gulf and Caribbean areas, 17-18, 20, 39
Gulf of Mexico, 20, 30, 35, 44, 138
Gulf Sea Frontier (GSF), 18-20, 30, 32, 34-35, 40-41, 87, 89, 94, 130-131, 133-137, 139, 246 (n 16)
    Commander, 18, 20, 30
Gulf Task Force, 18
 
H
 
Haiti, 35
Hale, Maj. Gen. Willis H., 242 (n 70)
Halifax, 170
Halifax, Lord, 235 (n 68)
Hamilton, Lt. J. L., 182
Hammer, Lt. A. J. 180, 182
Hawaii, 45, 242 (n 70)
High Command, 55
HUSKY, 63, 147
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
312
 
     
 
I
 
Iceland, 90, 106, 146-147, 154, 240 (n 48), 256 (n 82)
India, 45, 193
Ingram, Vice Adm. Jones H., 145
Ireland, 97
Isley, Lt. T. A., 173-174
 
J
 
Johnson, Lt. W. S., 165
Joint Action of the Army and Navy 1935 (FTP-155), 12, 14-16, 19, 232 (n 33)
Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan, Rainbow #5, 232 (N 33)
Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), 18-19, 44-45, 61, 64-65, 68-71, 74, 80-81, 145, 236 (n 87), 237 (n 6), 240 (n51), 242 (n 68)
    Papers
        JCS 93, 237 (n 6, 7)
        JCS 93/1, 44, 237 (n 6)
        JCS 263/2/D, 69, 71
        JCS 268, 68-70
        JCS 268/1, 69, 71
Joint Command, 140
Joint Committee on New Weapons and Equipment, (JCNW), 36, 47, 61
Joint Control and Information Center, 6
Joint Control Room, 198
Joubert, Air Marshal, 28
JU-88, 105-106, 111, 115, 125, 184, 192
 
K
 
Key West, 3
Kidd, Group Captain, 110
King, Admiral, 15-17, 30-32, 38-39, 53, 55, 58, 61-62, 64, 69-71, 73-75, 79, 82-83, 108, 131, 204, 236 (n 87).  See also COMINCH.
Kuenning, Lt. T. E., 178
 
L
 
Lakehurst, 4
Langley Field, Va., 6, 18, 36, 82-83, 120, 134-135, 206, 218, 220, 260 (n 23)
Lardner, Mr., 249 (n 67)
Larson, Brig. Gen. Westside T., 23, 25, 40, 45, 47, 76, 84.  See also CG AAFAC.
Larson, Capt. H. J., 170
LB-30, 148
Leahy, Adm., 74
Leigh searchlight, 96, 113
Liberator, 82, 115, 122, 147-148, 180-182, 186.  See also B-24.
Libles, W/C S. R., 24
Libson, 174, 179, 184
Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, 222
Long Island, 1
Loran equipment, 207
LR aircraft, 64, 70-71
 
M
 
McCain, Rear Adm. 77
McClelland, Brig. Gen. H. H., 238 (n 13)
McDonnnell, Lt. W. S., 175
McNarney, Gen. 20, 30-31, 39, 64, 77
Magnetic airborne detector (MAD), 188, 210, 212, 214, 261 (n 31)
Maine, 3, 5-6
Marines, 73
Marshall, Ge,, 31-32, 38-39, 44, 55, 64, 68-71, 73, 80-81, 86, 228, 242, (n 70), 243 (n 85, 91)
Materiel Command, 207
Maxwell, Capt., 184
Mediterranean, 45, 77, 92, 115, 128, 155, 158, 164, 193
Mexico, 198
Miami, 18, 41, 138, 141
Military Requirements, Director of, 40
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
313
 
     
 
"Minor Joint Air Exercise No. 1," 233 (n 35)
Mitchel Field, N. Y., 6
Mobile Training Units, 222
Montauk Point, 1
Moore, Col. Howard, 110, 150, 256 (n 182)
Moroccan Sea Frontier, 42, 109, 114-115, 117-118, 120-123, 125-126, 128, 131, 249 (n 64)
Morocco, 106, 129
Morse, Dr. P. M., 46-47,  238 (n 13)
Mozambique, 89
"Musketry," 109, 111, 248 (n 52)
 
N
 
9th Antisubmarine Squadron, 135, 141-142, 166
19th Antisubmarine Squadron, 108, 111, 150, 170, 202
19 Group, RAF, 103, 110
96th Bombardment Squadron, 231 (n 12)
Natal, 45, 144-145
National Defense Research Council, 206-207, 222
Naval Operating Base, 141
Navy, 1-85 et passim
    Commander in Chief, 61
Navy Department, 69-71, 82
Navy TAsk Force 24, 149
Nazi, 86, 148, 185
Newfoundland, 1, 42, 52-53, 63, 75, 90, 108, 131, 146-148, 151, 153-155, 170, 200-204, 240 (n 48), 246 (n 16), 255 (n 165, 173)
Newfoundland Base Command, 149
New Jersey, 1
New York City, 2, 18, 41, 141, 150, 198
NK 538, 134
Noble, Admiral, 55
Norness, 1-2
North Atlantic Naval Coastal Frontier, 2, 14
    Commander, 3-4
North Carolina, 5
 
North Sea, 86
Norway, 97-108
Northwest African Coastal Air Force, 117
Nova Scotia, 1, 246 (n 16), 255 (n 173)
 
O
 
O-46, 262 (n 46)
O-47, 193, 262 (n 46)
O-52, 193, 262 (n 46)
1177th Military Police Company, 110
1813th Ordnance Service and Maintenance Company, 110
ONS-5, 90, 152-153, 155, 170
Operational Planning, AAFAC, 218
Operational Training Unit (OTU), 83, 120, 134-136, 217-220, 222-223
Operations, Commitments and Requirements, AC/AS, 82, 196
Operations, Division, WDGS, 22, 40, 66
Operations Section, AAFAC, 217-218
Overing, Maj. Glendon P., 141
 
P
 
Pan Am, 134
Panama [Sea Frontier], 32
PBY, 121-124, 133, 168
PBY-5A, 154
Pearl Harbor, 1-2, 4, 232 (n 24)
PG boat, 3
Plans, AAFAC, 217-218
Portland, 5
Portland Channel, 1
Port Lyautey, 63, 106, 115, 117, 119, 122-123, 128, 172, 191, 200, 252 (n 111)
Port of Spain, 141
Portugal, 114-115, 127
Provost Marshal, 121
Puerto Rico, 35, 87, 140
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
314
 
     
 
PV-1, 154
PY boat, 3
 
R
 
Radar
    Mark II, 153
    Mark III, 96
    SCR 517, 122, 124, 187
    SCR 517C, 94, 102a
    SCR 717A, 209
Radio Direction Finder (RDF), 117
Radio sonic buoy, 188, 210-211
RAF, 15, 52, 64, 91, 111, 147, 154, 194, 255 (n 161).  See also Coastal Command.
RCAF, 64, 150-151, 240 (n 39), 255 (n 173)
Recife, 145
Research Coordinator, 206-208, 212-214
Research Section, 219
Roberts, Lt. Col. Jack, 99, 117-120, 239 (n 35), 247 (n 26)
Roosevelt, President, 63, 66, 80, 146-147, 240 (n 48)
Royal Canadian Navy (RCN), 150-151, 240 (n 39)
Royal Navy, 88, 240 (n 39)
Russell, Brig. Gen. C. W., 48-49
Russia, 35, 45
 
S
 
2nd Air Force, 83
2nd Antisubmarine Squadron, 97, 99, 102, 104, 106, 128, 162, 172, 176, 178
2nd Prov. Bombardment Flights, 154
6th Air Force, 139
6th Antisubmarine Squadron, 135, 150, 168, 202
7th Antisubmarine Squadron, 142
17th Antisubmarine Squadron, 138
St. Eval, 99-100, 103, 106, 110
    Station Commander, 103
St. John's, 150-151
St. Nazaire, 152, 182
 
Salem, 4
Salm, Lt. E. 179-180
Sanford, Lt. E. 179-180
Sanford, 1st Lt., W. L., 162-164, 172
San Juan, 246 (n 16)
Sao Salvador, 144
SC boat, 3
Schmidt, Lt. R. C., 182
Scotland, 97
Sea-Search Attack Development Unit, (SADU), 36, 205-206, 213, 260 (n 23)
"Seaslug," 109, 248 (n 52)
Secretary of the Navy, 67
Secretary of War, 65, 67, 232 (n 27).  See also Stimson.
Services of Supply, 100
Sicilian campaign, 92, 128
Slessor, Air Vice Marshal, 98, 110, 238 (n 17)
Somervell, Lt. Gen. B. H., 238 (n 17)
South America, 122
South Atlantic Force, 145
    Commander, 145
South Carolina, 18
Southern Defense Command (SDC), 20, 40
Spain, 113-114
Stimson, Secretary, 44, 65-66, 79-80, 84
Strafford, Air Comdr., 241 (n 51), 248 (n 49)
Stratemeyer, Gen., 49, 80, 243 (n 91)
Supply and Logistics, 197
Sweeney, F/O, 181
 
T
 
3rd Air Force, 18, 20, 196
3rd Naval District, 4
10th Bombardment Squadron, 141
10th Fleet, 69-72, 76, 242 (n 68)
    Commander, 70, 242 (n 65)
12th Air Force, 97
20th Antisubmarine Squadron, 148-150, 153
20th Bombardment Squadron, 281 (n 12)
 
     
     

 

     
     
 
315
 
     
 
23rd Antisubmarine Squadron, 83, 138, 144
25th Antisubmarine Squadron, 134
25th Antisubmarine Wing, 41, 93, 99, 150, 198-199, 202
25th Bombardment Group, 141
26th Antisubmarine Wing, 41, 83, 138-139, 198-199, 221
    Headquarters, 138, 140
30th Antisubmarine Communications Squadron, 199-200
2037th Antisubmarine Wing, 246 (n 22), 250 (n 77)
"Tactical" antisubmarine air force, 76
Technical Training Command, 221
Technical Services, Director of, 206-207, 214, 260 (n 23)
Texas, 200
Thorne, Capt. W. R., 161
Tidewater Tillie, 162, 164
Torbay, 255 (n 173)
TORCH, 52, 106, 246 (n 17)
Torpex, 103, 161, 163, 178-179, 181-182
Training, AAFAC, 217-218
    Asst. Chief of Air Staff, 217
Trinidad, 35, 43, 131, 136, 138-141, 166
    Area Air Service Command, 140
    Detachment, 140
    Sector, 140, 246 (n 16)
 
U
 
United Kingdom, 45, 62, 75, 82-83, 93, 97, 99, 102-106, 108-110, 115, 128, 150-151
United Nations, 59
 
U. S. Atlantic Fleet, 145, 245 (n 11)
    Air Antisubmarine Development Detachment, 206
    Commander in Chief, 145
U. S. Fleet, 12-14, 70, 76
    Commander in Chief, 57, 63, 145
    Deputy Chief of Staff, 39
 
V
 
VLR aircraft, 52, 54-55, 63-64, 68-72, 75, 80, 94, 107-108, 120, 144-145, 147, 149, 193-194, 209, 239 (n 29, 31), 241 (n 51), 248 (n 49)
VP-73, 122
VP-92, 122
 
W
 
War Department, 16, 22, 39, 44, 64, 68-69, 75, 77, 82, 203, 236 (n 87)
    General Staff, 22-23, 30, 40, 66
Washington, D. C., 25, 140
Wellington, English, 113
Western Electric, 223
Westover Field, Mass., 6, 19, 202
White House, 80
Williamson, Colonel, 60
Wilmington, 5
 
Z
 
Zanderij Field, 139
 
     
     

 


 

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