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Office of Air Force History, 19&3), pp. 43-255. 4. McClendon, Question of Autonomy, pp. 151-52. 5. Robert Frank Futrell, Ideas Conce ts Doctrine: A Histor of Basic Thinkin in the United States Air Force Maxwell Air Force Base: Air University, 1974), pp. 40-41. 6. War Department Training Regulation 440-15, Air Corps, Employment of the Air Forces of the Army, 15 Oct 35. 7. Ibid. &. Greer, Air Doctrine, pp. 76-&3 and &7-&&. See also William A. Jacobs, "Tactical Air Doctrine and AAF Close Air Support in the European Theater, 1944-1945," Aerospace Historian, March 19&0, pp.
Memo, Emmons, Cdr, HQ, AFCC, to Chief, AAF, 8 Oct 41, file Chief of AAF, Entry 241a, RG 18, NARA; Memo (and attached staff sheet), Arnold to Asst Sec War John J. McCloy, 15 Mar 42, H. H. , Organization of Ground Troops, pp. 104-08. 32. Greenfield, Army Ground Forces and the Air-Ground Battle Team, pp. 9, CDF 1939-1942, RG 18, NARA. 33. Memo, Schlatter, Office of Director of Ground-Air Support, WD, to Director, Military Requirements, WD, 20 Apr 1+2, sub: Comments of General Brereton's Cablegram; Memo, Arnold to SChlatter, 14 Mar 1+2, sub: Needs and Requirements of Our Observation Squadrons and Support Units.
The famous Curtiss C-46 "Commando" (top) and the Douglas C-47 "Gooney Bird" (bottom) were acquired in large numbers to meet the expanding requirements of all services. In close ,air support tasks these aircraft provided the ground forces with both cargo and personnel airborne transport. Endnotes-Chapter I 1. Thomas H. Greer, The Devel0 ment of Air Doctrine in the Arm Air Army,1917-1941, USAF Historical Studies no. &9 Maxwell Air Force Base: USAF Historical Division, Research Studies Institute, Air University, 1955), pp.
A Patt. for Joint Opns - WWII Close Air Spt. North Africa by D. Mortensen