United States Army in World War 2, Buying Aircraft: Material Procurement for Army Air Forces (Clothbound)

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Contents

Chapter Page
3
U S Mail Plane Loading From Mail Truck
13
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
24
Hand Assembly of Stearman Primary Trainers
30
CONGRESS AND THE AIR ARM
43
The Morrow Board
47
House of Representatives Committee on Military Affairs
60
Maj Gen Oscar Westover
68
REQUIREMENTS
209
President Asks Congress for 50000 Aircraft
226
Douglas A26
244
ORGANIZING FOR PRODUCTION
247
Lt Gen William S Knudsen
256
LEGISLATION FOR PROCUREMENT
274
THE PROBLEM OF INDUSTRIAL CAPACITY
290
The B24
306

Boeing B17
76
PROCUREMENT LEGISLATION ORGANIZATION
80
Maj Gen M M Patrick
89
Wright Field 1935
100
PROCUREMENT UNDER THE AIR CORPS ACT
113
Martin B10
118
AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT ON THE EVE OF WORLD
132
B17 and XB15
149
PLANNING FOR INDUSTRIAL MOBILIZATION
150
THE TIDE TURNS
169
War Department Subcommittee of the House Appropriations
176
Theodore P Wright
192
FOREIGN POLICY POLITICS AND DEFENSE
194
THE NEGOTIATION OF CONTRACTS
330
PRICE ADJUSTMENT
421
CONTRACT TERMINATION
446
ORGANIZATION FOR PROCUREMENT
462
Brig Gen Charles E Branshaw
465
General Brehon B Somervell
475
PRODUCTION
511
THE PROCUREMENT RECORD
548
SOME CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON MILITARY
569
Appendix
575
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
583
INDEX
595
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