By N Williams, Nicholas M. Williams
Книга airplane of the USA' army Air delivery carrier 1948 to 1966 airplane of the U.S.' army Air shipping carrier 1948 to 1966 Книги Вооружение Автор: Nicholas M. Williams Год издания: 1999 Формат: pdf Издат.:Midland Страниц: 194 Размер: 149.72 ISBN: 1857800877 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Formed before everything of the "Cold conflict" period, the army Air shipping carrier (MATS) sprung out of the newly-created usa Air strength to serve the U.S. army during the global. From the Berlin Airlift to Vietnam, MATS crews and plane have been came upon at each "hot spot," and MATS represented a golden period for the USA Air Force.As good because the background of the provider mostly, Williams presents in-depth insurance of every kind of plane operated. a good choice of images in prime quality, large-format copy accents the textual content.
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Because of all these factors, a three-day trip might stretch into three weeks, and a twoweek mission into months before the ferry pilot returned to his home base. In 1956, it was estimated that the average ferry pilot would spend two years TDY out of a three-year tour ofduty. The 1708th FYW was keenly aware of low morale among its pilots as well as their families, and considerable effort was spent ensuring short tours ofduty with these ferrying squadrons. Each ferry squadron, as well as group headquarters, had a small number of aircraft aSSigned to it for pilot checkout and proficiency, and it was not unlikely to see a MATS Continental Division tail band or the 1708th FYG shield on squadron or group T-33, F-84, F-86, F-lOO, B-25 or B-26 aircraft.
A program was begun to re-wire these so that they could be fitted with military communication and navigation equipment should this need arise. In this reorganization, the headquarters of the Continental Division at Kelly AFB was transferred to Travis AFB, California, in June 1958, where it joined the headquarters pf the Pacific Division to become the Headquarters, Western Transport Air Force, or WESTAF. The Atlantic Division at McGuire AFB became headquarters for the Eastern Transport Air Force, or EASTAF.
AACS detachments soon were established at Pusan, Taegu, and Pohang, and although the Pohang detachment had to abandon its position due to a North Korean assault, through the remainder of the year additional detachments were formed above the 38th parallel as the United Nations forces moved northward. MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE 1950-1960 31 1_ j~L,, ~~~ Top: Douglas C-124A 50-1259 in early MATS markings as the Globemaster II flew the Pacific Airlift into the Korean War zone. Bob Pickett, courtesy of orm Taylor Right: Air Weather Service WC-54D, 42-72618, in 1959.
Aircraft of the United States' Military Air Transport Service 1948 to 1966 by N Williams, Nicholas M. Williams