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Anything, Anywhere, Any Time: Combat Cargo in the Korean War

by William M. Leary. (Washington, DC: Air Force History and Museums Program, 2000). ACPL Call Number D301.82/7:K 84/4 (Govt. Docs).

Tunner Arrives
Air Assult on Sunchon-Sukchon
Supplying the Eighth Army
Mana de Cielo
The Chinese Attack
The Plight of X Corps
Main Supply Route of the 1st Marine Division
Ordeal at Hagaru-ri
A Bridge from the Sky
Reorganization of Combat Cargo
The Airlift Continues
The Munsan Airhead
Routine Operations
Organizational Changes
Contributions of Combat Cargo & Lessons Learned
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