Time Runs out in Cbi

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Index
Advance Section No. 1: 21
Advance Section No. 2 (Ledo): 292
Advance Section No. 3 (Ledo): 35, 96
Advance Section, Services of Supply: 297, 300, 316-17, 369
Aerial bombardment, Allied: 212
Aerial observation, Allied: 198, 212
At'r-artillery-infantry team: 288
Air assault. See Airborne operations.
Air bases. See Airfields; Karachi Air Base.
Air Control Section: 96
Air cover: 366-67, 393
Air defense, Japanese: 388
Air evacuation
North Burma Campaign: 92-93
Suichuan: 179
Air Force, Fourteenth. See Fourteenth Air Force.
Air Force, Tenth. See Tenth Air Force.
Air Forces: 80, 293. See also Airfields; Army Air Forces; Fourteenth Air Force; Tenth Air Force.
Air force, Japanese. See Japanese air force; Japanese units, 5th Air Army.
Air-Ground Aid Section: 158
Air-ground co-operation: 195, 335. See also Tactical air forces.
Air Ground Force Resources Technical Staff, 5329th: 158
Air-ground liaison: 92, 235, 275, 281, 284
Air observation: 138
Air Service Command: 21, 27, 40, 97
Air superiority, Allied: 80, 217
Air supply: 188, 216, 220, 223, 324, 361, 380
Burma Road: 185
Chihchiang: 287
effect on morale: 286
Fourteenth Air Force: 171-72
French Indochina: 260
MARS Task Force: 201
North Burma Campaign: 96-97
Rangoon assault: 323, 325
ROOSTER: 279
SEAC:146
Air Supply Service: 96-97
Air support: 118-20, 131-33, 218, 352, 355. See also Air-ground liaison teams; Four- teenth Air Force; Tenth Air Force.
36th Division, North Burma Campaign: 102
BETA: 335, 345-46
Burma: 210
Burma Road: 195
CARBONADO: 355
Chihchiang: 282, 284
Fort Bayard: 366
French Indochina: 260
NCAC: 91
Air support, strategic. See Strategic bombing.
Air support, tactical: 92. See also Air-ground liaison.
Air transport: 221, 318-21, 340. See also Air supply.
BETA: 335
CARBONADO: 356
CTC: 374
New 1st Army: 393
ROOSTER: 279
transfer of forces from SEAC to China: 321-22
Air Transport Command (ATC): 12, 18, 34, 35, 54
China Wing: 21, 23, 319
fuel shortage: 311
Hump operations: 38
India-China Division: 39
Karachi Air Base: 293
priority given to Chennault: 4
strength: 19
tonnage: 365
tonnage for BETA: 344
Airborne operations: 74, 80, 81-82, 304, 323
Aircraft, Allied: See B-29's; C-46's; C-47's; C-54's; L-5's; P-40's; P-47's; P-51's.
Aircraft strength, Allied: 19, 172-73
Aircraft strength, Japanese: 173
Airdrop, North Burma Campaign: 96, See also Air supply.
Airfields: 50, 131, 170, 219-20, 220, 289, 356. See also Karachi Air Base.
Burma: 363
Central China: 232
Chinese: 35, 274
India: 363
Japanese: 47
Kunming: 150
Akui, T. Sgt. David: 211

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