Global Logistics and Strategy, 1940-1943

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2. Types of Cargo in U.S. Convoys to North Africa: November 1942-May 1943 486.
3. War Department Performance Under the First Soviet Protocol559.
4. Soviet Aid Shipments to Persian Gulf Versus Casablanca Program: Jan- uary-June 1943591.
5. Soviet Aid Shipments Via Pacific Versus Casablanca Program: January- June 1943592.
6. Revised 1943 Military Program607.
7. Measurement Tons of Cargo Moved Per Dead-Weight Ton of Shipping: June-December 1942613.
8. Reduction of 1943 Army Supply Program: November 1942636.
9. Shipping Space Required for Moving a Division Overseas: Late 1942637.
10. Estimated Capacity To Support Forces in North Africa Through Morocco: January-February 1943670.
11. Proposed U.S. Army Deployment for 1943: January 1943677.
12. Tentative Allocations of American Landing Craft at Casablanca Conference685.
13. Proposed Versus Scheduled U.S. Shipping Assistance to British Imports701.
Charts
1. The Peacetime Army: September 193924.
2. Organization for Handling Military Lend-Lease: November 194181.
3. The Army on the Eve of Pearl Harbor220.
4. The Reorganized Army: September 1942225.
5. Combined Assignments Machinery: 1942256.
6. Organization and Procedures for Handling Lend-Lease (Ground Ma- tériet): October 1942265.
7. The Port of Embarkation in the Overseas Supply System: 1942324.
8. Procedure for Equipping a Typical Unit for Overseas Movement: Decem- her 1941338.
9. Procedure for Equipping a Typical AGF Unit for Overseas Movement: Mid-1942341.
10. Procedure for Equipping a Typical AGF Unit for Overseas Movement (POM): February 1943647.
11. The Joint Committee System: December 1942653.
12. Dissolution of the Casablanca Deployment Program: First Quarter 1943688.
13. The Effort To Formulate a Deployment Program, February-March 1943: OPD Versus SOS Estimates689.
14. Comparison of "Agreed Deployment" Program With Actual Army Deployment: April-December 1943703.
15. The Two Wars: The Division of Effort, January 1942-March 1943716.

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