Aafac

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Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command - Operations - AAF Antisubmarine Command
... USAAF began to organize the Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command (AAFAC), using the I Bomber Command as its core for combat units, personnel and aircraft ... The new AAFAC was constituted on 13 October and activated on 15 October ... The principal mission of AAFAC was to be "the location and destruction of hostile submarines wherever they may be operating" ...
Northeast Air Command - History - Stations - Newfoundland Base Command
1942 (B-18 Bolo) 847th Bombardment Squadron (later 20th Antisubmarine Squadron) (AAFAC), 29 October 1942 – 25 June 1943 (B-17 Flying Fortress) RCAF Station Gander 19th Antisubmarine ...
Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command - Operations - Inactivation
... involving its aircraft an intolerable situation, using most of AAFAC's specially trained aircraft and crews on endless preventive patrols off the East Coast looking at long stretches of water where submarines ... Navy agreed that AAFAC would gradually withdraw from anti-submarine operations ... On 31 August the Air Force redesignated AAFAC as I Bomber Command and reassigned it to the First Air Force ...