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William S. ) were of material assistance in the preparation of Section I1 of this volume. Once more, the pictures have been made available through the courtesy of the Photographic Records and Services Division, Headquarters, USAF. And once again, all of us are indebted for the friendliest cooperation of Dr. Kent Roberts Greenfield and his colleagues of the Army’s historical division. WESLEY FRANK CRAVEN JAMES LEACATE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS December 1954 ID xliv CONTENTS * * * * * * * * * * * I. TH E ORGANIZATION AND ITS RESPONSIBILITIES WILLIAM A.

Some additional training for local conditions might be required in the theater, but the O T U had made a combat team from a group of individuals assigned at random. After May 1943 the continental ak forces used also the replacement training unit ( R T U ) , a substitute for the older custom of drawing replacements from organized units or instructional staffs in the United States. T o train individual combat pilots or crews in larger teams, the R T U was formed as an overstrength group from which replacements were constantly transferred while new school graduates came in, or as a provisional group under a parent unit, the former being dissolved into a replacement pool at the end of training.

Dr. Edward C. Williamson, and Mr. James L. , have been especially helpful in the editorial assistance they have provided. Lieutenant Guinn has prepared the glossary and the index. Mrs. Juliette A. Hennessy compiled the appendix listing the wartime assignments of key AAF personnel. The charts have been done by Mr. Z. F. Shelton, Jr. Donald L. Zoll, on loan from the Directorate of Intelligence, contributed importantly to the collection of the information on which Section I1 is based. Footnotes and other references in the text carry individual acknowledgment of our indebtedness to those who have so generously permitted us to draw upon their wartime experience for the purpose of clearing up obscurities in the records.

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