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This category includes all the archives about the US Army Air Forces I have published yet. Note that the AAF category will contain all the AAF documents for North African Theater, the Mediteranean Theater, The European Theater, Great Britain (if some), the Pacific Theater and China Burma India.

AAF Stations WW-2 – ETO

Army Air Force Stations This article is a republication of the Guide to the Stations where US Army Air Forces Personnel served in the United Kingdom and on the Continent During World War II. Initially compiled and published by Captain...

Doolittle Tokyo Raid – 18/04/1942

The Doolittle Raid of April 18 1942, was the first air raid by the USA to strike the Japanese home islands during WW-2. The mission was notable in that it was the only operation in which USAAF bombers were...

Claire L. Chennault – Campaign Planner (CBI)

This archive examines Claire Lee Chennault as a military theorist and campaign planner. It inquires whether Chennault's evolution of a theory of war assisted his planning the China Burma India Campaign during World War II. The document is divided...

Air Section to AAF (1913-1940)

At the peak of its strength in World War II, the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) had more than 2.400.000 men and women in uniform. There were pilots, navigators, bombardiers, gunners, and radio operators, clerks and typists, artists...

AVG – Flying Tigers

You fly a P-40 with two hundred gallons of aviation fuel that last two and a half hours for five hundred miles. When you fill-up with another two hundred gallons you use fifty-four-gallon tins that came, across the 681...

AIR OPs – CBI – WW-2

Air Operations - China-Burma-India Maj Edward M. Hudak, Command and General Staff College, May 31, 1949. The problem! To determine the need for, extent, and results of air operations in the China-Burma-India Theater. Facts bearing on the problem! (1) The critical condition...