1 WD Cir 59, 2 Mar 42, pars. 66, 6c (19).
2 See below, p. 152.
3 See above, Ch. 11.
4 Dorr, Memorandum Notes, pp. 31-34.
5 WD Cir 317, 7 Dec 42, w/atchd Memo of USW 3 Nov 43.
6 An account of AAF procurement outside of the airplane itself will be found in Col William H. Draper, Jr., and Capt Lewis L. Strauss, Coordination of Procurement Between the War and Navy Departments: III, Materiel Studies (multilithed by TAGO), Feb 45, pp. 124-57. This is the so-called Draper Strauss report prepared at the direction of the Secretary of the Navy and the Under Secretary of War. (Hereafter cited as Draper-Strauss Rpt.) See below, p. 270.
7 Memo, Marshall for Arnold and Somervell, 26 Jul 44, WDCSA 413.44 (26 Jul 44).
8 Memo, Somervell for CofS, 31 Jul 44, Hq ASF, CotS, 1944.
9 Memo, Arnold for Marshall, 28 Jul 44, WDCSA 413.44 (22 Jul 44).
10 Ltr, McNarney to CG AAF and CG ASF, 26 Aug 44, sub: Trf of Research, Development and Development Procurement of Communications and Radar Equip to AAF from ASF, WDCSA 413.44 (10 Aug 44).
11 Memo, Lutes and Arnold for CofS, 10 Aug 44, sub: 'IH of Research, Development and Development Procurement of Communications and Radar Equip to AAF from ASF, CofS ASF, AAF, 1944.
12 WD Cir 429, 3 Nov 44.
13 Annual Rpt of ASF, 1945, p. 191.
14 See below, p. 163.
15 AR 170-10, 10 Aug 42.
16 WD TM 38-220, Stock Control at Posts, Camps, and Stations, 3 May 43.
17 WD TM 38-220, Stock Control at Posts, Camps, and Stations, revised, 9 May 44.
18 Summarized from a study, E. L. Bland, Army Service Forces-Army Air Forces Relations, prepared by CD, ASF, OCMH.
19 Min, Conf of CG's Sv Comds, Chicago, 22-24 Jul 43, pp. 252-53.
20 Ist Ind, CofS ASF, signed W. D. Styer, to AWS (G-4), 21 Apr 44, CG ASE.
21 Memo, Somervell for CofS, 30 Apr 43, sub: Unification of Med Sv of the Army by SG, Hq ASF, SG, 1943.
22 Memo, O. L. Nelson, Asst to DCotS, for CG AAF, CG AGF, and CG ASIP, 20 Jun 43, sub: Med Sv of the Army, WDCSAL 320 (5-26-43).
23 Memo, Somervell for CofS, 30 Jun 43; Memo, SG for CofS (through ASF), 29 Jun 43; Memo The G-4 to CofS, 15 Jun 43, sub: Med Sv of the Army. All in Hq ASF, SG, 1943.
24 WD Cir 140, 11 Apr 44.
25 By 30 June 1945, the ASF was operating twenty-six regional hospitals which were located at large military posts and were enlarged station hospitals. The more serious medical and surgical patients who were formerly transferred from station to general hospitals were now sent to regional station hospitals. The general hospitals were reserved for the care of sick and wounded from overseas. Annual Rpt of ASF, 1945, p. 79.
26 This memorandum on fiscal organization and functions of the War Department, together with all papers on this subject were collected and reproduced by the Deputy Chief of Staff of the War Department under the title: Fiscal Organization and Functions of the War Department (1944). A copy of this publication is in the files of the Control Division, ASE A copy may also be found in the files of the Deputy Chief of Staff.
28 Ibid. This memorandum of 20 May 1944 was addressed to the Deputy Chief of Staff and signed by Brig. Gen. Patrick W Timberlake, Deputy Chief of Air Staff. It mentioned a memorandum as early as 27 June 1942 in which General Arnold had recommended that the Chief of Staff remove the budget office from the ASF and attach it to his own office. Various comments are attached.
30 Memo, McNarney for CG ASF, 7 Sep 44, sub: Fiscal and Budgetary Functions of the WD, CG ASF
31 1st Ind, Styer to CofS, 12 Sep 44; 2d Ind, McNarney to CofS. Both in Hq ASE
32 Changes 13 to AR 170-10, 11 Sep 44.
33 All of-the memoranda of 18 Sep 44 were replies to an inquiry from the Chief of Staff, ASF, and are filed in Hq ASR.
34 WD Cir 388, 27 Sep 44; also preliminary draft in CofS AAF, 1944.
35 See below, Ch. XI.
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