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  • Area air defence would continue to be provided by US Army Chaparral and Vulcan, and that would be extended as close to the FEBA as possible.

    First Clash

  • Later, Whitlock, then stationed in Melbourne, Australia, was part of the American cryptographic team that in 1943 intercepted and decoded an air-flight itinerary for Admiral Yamamoto and directed US Army Air Force fighters to its path in the Solomon Islands.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Major-General Igor Gandalfski with his 3rd Guards Tank Division, was making significant inroads into a US Army division.

    First Clash

  • In direct support you will have C Battery, 1 RCHA, and Z Battery at priority call and, - and I am sorry its not more - at first light the under-strength company of US Army TOW Cobras working with 444 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, less one section.

    First Clash

  • For the US Army radar plot indicating Japanese aircraft were tracked north, see testimony of Colonel Bernard Thielen in PHPT 1, pp. 141 ff.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Shells of 203 mm calibre, fired by l-40th Battalion US Army Artillery, began trundling overhead on their way to those Red Army gun positions which had already been located.

    First Clash

  • Washington, DC intelligence officials who admitted seeing the spy reports included Captain Theodore Wilkinson, Director of Naval Intelligence, and Brigadier General Sherman Miles, US Army intelligence; see their testimony in chapter 7 herein.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • The CO himself was, in fact, already flying over the operational area, plotting the likely tasks to be undertaken by TOW-armed Cobras of the US Army if they were assigned under operational conditions.

    First Clash

  • It was true that the road leading from Favorite to Iffezheim would soon be barricaded by the abatis the sappers would make by dropping roadside trees across it; he was pleased indeed to see that this work was about to be put in hand by US Army engineers who had just arrived to reinforce 4 CMBG sappers who were mainly engaged on the obstacle.

    First Clash

  • See also estimate of Colonel Harry Cresswell, US Army military attaché in Tokyo, PHPT 34, p. 186, serial 505.

    DAY OF DECEIT

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