A Patt. for Joint Opns - WWII Close Air Spt. North Africa by D. Mortensen

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3. Greer, Air Doctrine, pp. 44-106. See also Oral Intervs no. 729, Partridge, April 1974, and no. &9&, Maj Gen Orvil A. Anderson, October 1959, USAFHRC Oral History Collection, MAFB; R. S. Air Army, 1907-1945 (Maxwell Air Force Base: Documentary Research Division, Air University, 1954), pp. 151-52; John F. S. : Office of Air Force History, 19&3), pp. 43-255. 4. McClendon, Question of Autonomy, pp. 151-52. 5. Robert Frank Futrell, Ideas Conce ts Doctrine: A Histor of Basic Thinkin in the United States Air Force Maxwell Air Force Base: Air University, 1974), pp.

Bland (Baltimore: John Hopkins Press, 1981--, vol. I, The Soldierly Spirit, December 1880-June 1939 (1981), pp. 611, 617, 618, 620-24; Forrest C. Pogue, George C. Marshall (New York: Viking, 1963-87), vol. 2, Ordeal and Hope, 1939-1942 (965), pp. 48-50 and 82-85; Harold B. Hinton, Air Victory: The Men and Machines, (New York: Harper, 1948), p. 87; Arnold, Global Mission, p. 179; Memo, Gen Malin Craig, CofS, WD, to Asst CofS, G-2, WD, 17 Mar 39, file OCS 14100-21, RG 165, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Memo, Craig to Asst CofS, G-2, WD, 24 May 38, file OCS 14110-23, RG 165, NARA; Kuter Lecture, pp.

The manual suggested that deep interdiction targets were the airman's choice. 38 Neither were the manual writers clear about the sensitive aspects of the command relationship in joint operations (Chart I). " Wearing the command hat, he had direct control of all aircraft units, carrying out the general tasking orders from an army or task force commander. Wearing the staff hat, he served as the army staff air support specialist, giving advice and suggestions to the ground arm officers about employment of aircraft in the ground operations.

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