Global Logistics and Strategy, 1940-1943

By Richard M. Leighton; Robert W. Coakley | Go to book overview

Glossary of Code Names
ANAKIM Plan for recapture of Burma.
ANFA Sometimes used by OPD officers as a code name for the
Casablanca Conference of January 1943.
ARCADIA U.S.-British conference in Washington, December 1941-
January 1942.
BOBCAT Bora Bora.
BOLERO Build-up of U.S. forces and supplies in United Kingdom for
cross-Channel attack.
BRIMSTONE Plan for capture of Sardinia.
ELKTON MacArthur's 12 February 1943 plan for recapture of
Rabaul.
FREEDOM Cable designation for Algiers messages.
GRAY Plan for capture and occupation of the Azores.
GYMNAST Early plan for invasion of North Africa, referring to either
the American plan for landing at Casablanca or the
British plan for landing farther eastward on the Medi-
terranean coast. (See SUPER-GYMNAST.)
HUSKY Allied invasion of Sicily in july 1943.
INDIGO Plan for movement of troops to Iceland.
MAGNET Movement of first U.S. forces to Northern Ireland.
Poppy New Caledonia.
RAINBOW Various plans prepared between 1939 and 1941 to meet
Axis aggression.
ROUNDUP Plan for major U.S.-British attack across the Channel in
1943.
SLEDGEHAMMER Plan for limited cross-Channel attack in 1942.
SUPER-GYMNAST Plan for Anglo-American invasion of French North Africa,
combining U.S. and British plans and often used inter-
changeably with GYMNAST.
SYMBOL Casablanca Conference, 14-23 January 1943.
TORCH Allied invasion of North and Northwest Africa, November
1942.
TRIDENT International conference at Washington, 12-25 May 1943.
"X" Australia.
X-RAY Chinese Army in India.
YOKE American sponsored Chinese force in Yunnan Province.

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