Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command

The Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command (AC) was a direct reporting agency of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. Its mission was to deal with the German Navy U-boat threat.

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Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command - Operations - Inactivation
... close cooperation among the operational forces of the Army Air Forces and the Navy ... The Army Air Forces deemed the Navy's operational control practices involving its aircraft an intolerable situation, using most of AAFAC's specially trained aircraft and crews on endless preventive patrols off the ... the Army Air Forces and the U.S ...

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