Master of Airpower: General Carl A. Spaatz

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Index
A-20s, 118, 127, 133, 157
AEF, 23-30, 37
Aerobatics, 21-22, 26, 40
Africa, in World War II, 10, 117, 132-59 passim, 176, 203, 296
Agua Caliente, Mexico, 76
AIC, 3d, 23-30, 36
Airacobras (Bell P-39s), 119, 122, 125, 142, 156
Air Board, 318-19
Air Corp, 66-112, 115
aircraft of, 66, 67-68, 75, 77-79, 85-86, 90, 98-111 passim
and GHQ Air Force, 102-3
name of, 64, 66
personnel of, 66, 83, 109
Air Corps Act ( 1926), 66
Air Corps Tactical School, 96, 97, 109, 114, 273
Aircraft, 66
in air races, 41-42, 69
pursuit, 24-25, 67, 75, 78
transport of, 45-46, 47, 125-27, 290
in World War I, 31, 33 (see also Fokkers; Spads)
See also Bombers; Industries; Jets; individual names of planes
Air Force, U.S. See United States Air Force
Air Force Academy, 14, 337-38, 339, 340
Air Force Association, 293, 338
Air Force Combat Command, 115
Air Force Historical Foundation, 3, 338
Air forces
British, see Royal Air Force
German, see Luftwaffe
U.S., see United States Air Force
U.S. Army, see Army, U.S.
Air Forces League, 292-93
Airlines, and mail, 91-92, 93, 94, 95
Airmail crisis, 75, 91-95
` Air Policy Commission ( Finletter Commission), 323, 328-30
Air Service, 13-66, 70
Air Service Tactical School (ASTS), 54, 55, 56-60
Air superiority, 55, 96
Strategic Bombing Survey on, 309
in World War I, 31
in World War II, 111, 113, 151, 157, 182-83, 190-220 passim, 247-48, 250, 254, 255-56, 262, 272, 273
Air War College, 324
Alexander, Harold R.L.G., 160
Allen, Julian, 179
Allied Expeditionary Air Forces (AEAF), 179-80, 189, 199-219, 237
American Expeditionary Force (AEF), 23- 30, 37
Anderson, Fred, 195, 201, 205, 269, 324
and CLARION, 271, 276
at Malta and Yalta conferences, 274, 276
retirement activities with, 336
and trucking, 229
and V-1s, 236
Anderson, Frederick L.
General, 143-44, 145, 147, 148, 149
Anderson, Muriel, 83
Andrews, Frank, 99-100, 103-4, 128, 129, 155, 176, 180
Annual maneuvers, 88-89
Antonov, General Alexei, 274
ANVIL, 226-28, 233, 256
Appearance, Spaatz's, 9

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