Air Transport Command has been a title used by several military formations:
- Air Transport Command, United States Army Air Forces: see I Troop Carrier Command
- Canadian Forces Air Transport Command
- Air Transport Command (United States Air Force) (1942-1948)
- Transport Command, Royal Air Force
... AAF/Civil joint-use airport used as refueling/servicing of transport aircraft between Washington State and Elmendorf ... Bethel, Alaska Territory Construction began 21 September 1941, activated 4 July 1942 AKA Bethel Air Base Used by Air Transport Command as auxiliary airfield for Lend-Lease ... -145.72000 (Big Delta AAF) Fairbanks, Alaska Territory Built 1942 for Air Transport Command Host unit was 1465th AAFBU ...
... of the 96th Bombardment Group (Heavy), Pocatello, Idaho from 00.01.43-00.03.1943, Pyote Army Air Base, Texas from 00.05.1943, Great Saling, England from 12.06 ...
... in Greenland for the building of the air base that came to be known as BLUIE WEST 1 (BW-1), and in the following September work began on BW-8, a much more northerly base on the western coast of Greenland ... airstrips previously occupied by the RAF and began in the spring of 1942 to build two new air bases (Meeks and Patterson) near Keflavik ... When the Eighth Air Force began its movement in the summer of 1942, work was still in progress all along the route ...
... Air Transport Command (ATC) was a command of the Canadian Forces created in 1968 upon unification and eliminated in 1975 ... Formed within Air Force Headquarters as the Directorate of Air Transport Command, Ottawa, Ontario. 9 (Transport) Group, Royal Canadian Air Force, and moved to Rockcliffe, Ontario ...
9.7 km) east-northeast of Homestead Station 8, Caribbean Wing, ATC 563d Army Air Force Base Unit Was Dade County Airport (1945-1955) Was Homestead Air Force Base (1955-1992 ...
Famous quotes containing the words command, air and/or transport:
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