Military Relations between the United States and Canada, 1939-1945

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Index
ABC-1. SeePlans, defense and war, ABC-1.
ABC-2, 104n
ABC-22. SeePlans, defense and war, ABC-22.
ABC ( Pacific)-22, 107
Act of Chapultepec, 148, 334
Act of Havana, 153
Adak, 254, 255-56, 258
ADB, 103n
Admiralty, British, 170n, 243, 245
Aerial photography, 284
Air bases. SeeBases, air, British; Bases, air, Canadian; Bases, air, U.S.
Air Corps Ferrying Command, U.S., 130, 182, 204, 308
Air cover. SeeSubmarines, antisubmarine air operations.
Air defense. SeeAir defense zones, western Canada; Air warning services; Antiaircraft defense; Central Air Defense Zone, U.S.; Central Canada Aircraft Detection Corps; Military Area, Sault Sainte Marie; Newfoundland; Signal Aircraft Warning Reporting Companies, U.S.
Air defense zones, western Canada, 302
Air ferry routes. See alsoBases, air, British; Bases, air, Canadian; Bases, air, U.S.; CRIMSON Project; North Atlantic Ferry Route Project Committe; Staging fields.
Alaska-Siberia. SeeAir ferry routes, Northwest Staging Route.
Interior Staging Route, 306
Mackenzie River air route, 139, 213-15, 237-38, 322n, 323, 324
North Atlantic, 46, 53-54, 70, 95, 130, 136, 149, 151, 183, 184, 186, 189, 190, 191-93, 301-02, 314, 315-16, 318, 357- 58, 363-64
operation of, 181-82
Northwest Staging Route, 53-54, 100, 138, 139, 199-214, 215-18, 219-20, 236, 237- 38, 315-16, 317-18, 320-21, 351, 354- 55, 359-61, 363-64
agreements, 203-04, 209-11, 314
air traffic, 205, 217
aircraft deliveries, 215-16
aircraft losses, 202-03
airway traffic control, 302, 304-06, 309
airways facilities, 202-03
Air ferry routes--Continued
Northwest Staging Route--Continued
commercial airlines, use of by AAF, 307
design criteria, year-long discussion of, 213
expenditures on, 213, 324
RCAF traffic-control delay, and equipment shortages, 305-06
and U.S. troops in Canada, 296-97
operation of, PJBD recommendations, 51
Pacific, 312
Air Force, Department of the, 35n. See also Army Air Corps, U.S.; Army Air Forces, U.S.; U.S. Army Air Forces in Newfoundland.
Air Force Headquarters, Canadian, 253
Air forces, Canadian. See alsoRoyal Canadian Air Force.
Annette Island, 252
Newfoundland, 95, 165-66
Air Forces, U.S.
Fourth, 303
Eighth, 191-92, 241
Air Ministry, British, 118
Air Ministry, Canadian, 72n
Air navigation, 337
Air Observes School, Canadian, 217n
Air patrol. See alsoSubmarines, antisubmarine air operations.
Alaska and Aleutians, 253
North Atlantic, 14-15, 284
Air rescue, Hudson's Bay Company personnel, 284
Air Staff, Canadian, 113
Air strips. SeeFlight strips, Canadian; Flight strips, U.S.
Air Traffic Regulations Subcommittee, Canadian, 304-05
Air transport. SeeAviation, postwar international operations.
Air Transport Command, U.S., 136, 168, 206, 207, 211, 217n, 237
Alaskan Wing, 133, 204, 209, 216-17, 302n, 303, 309, 318
cadres, western Canada, 308
carrying of passengers for hire, Executive Order, 312
commercial airlines as contract carriers, 133, 307

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