By Henry H. Arnold, John W. Huston
AMERICAN AIRPOWER COMES OF AGE: normal HENRY H. "HAP" ARNOLD'S international struggle II DIARIES, quantity 2
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Pogue, George C. Marshall: Ordeal and Hope, 1943–1942 (New York: Viking Press, 1965), 271. 18. Diary of Henry L. , 10, 12 May 1943. 19. , 20 January 1943. 20. Arnold, Global Mission, 172, 195. See also Jonathan Foster Fanton, Robert A. : University Microfilms, 1978). 12 Chapter 6 England 31 August–8 September 1943 Introduction Six months elapsed between Arnold’s January–February 1943 extended trip to North Africa, India, and China, and his next journey, his third wartime trip to England. In the interim, two additional important CCS meetings with Franklin D.
40 A week later, a temporary lull in the storm appeared as Arnold clearly reaffirmed his confidence in Eaker while at the same time excusing in part his own criticisms: “But you must know me well enough by this time to know that I am very outspoken. ”41 While the rhetoric of the Arnold-Eaker correspondence continued to reflect an increasing level of frustration that threatened their two-decade professional association and personal friendship, both of them attempted where possible to improve the effectiveness of Eighth Air Force.
46 Arnold journeyed to the West Coast himself for, in his words, “the main purpose of putting the fear of God in the . . ”47 Arnold never seemed to appreciate the reasons for the difference between the numbers of aircraft and aircrews reported to be in theater and their dispatch on combat missions. During the month of June 1943, although the Eighth possessed a daily average of 775 heavies assigned, its effective combat strength was only 222 and on only four days during the month were missions flown against targets in Germany.
American Air Power Comes of Age: General Henry H. Hap Arnold's World War II Diaries, Vol. 2 by Henry H. Arnold, John W. Huston