Logistical Support of the Armies Vol 1 by Roland G Ruppenthal; Center of Military History

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I n a n certain types of aircraft, antiaircraft and early report on his group’s activities Gen- other light artillery weapons, and ameral Chaney took pains to point out that munition. S. S. S. Army headquarters in the United the days following the Pearl Harbor at- Kingdom by authorizing the activation of tack. The declaration of war between the the United States Army Forces in the United States and Germany and Italy on British Isles (USAFBI). General Chaney 11 December 1941 removed the need for was retained as its commander and was subterfuge and caution, and the War De- also named Army member of the United partment acted swiftly to put into opera- States Military Mission to Great Britain.

RAINBOW 5 construction materials, and a proposed consequently was superseded by a plan which called for the shipdivision of planning responsibilities be- called MAGNET, tween the War Department agencies and ment of a much larger American force to Northern Ireland. I n place of the 30,000 those in the United Kingdom. Other SPOBS officers made additional previously planned, a force of four divivisits to Northern Ireland in the fall of sions (three infantry and one armored) 1941 to gather information on antiaircraft plus service troops was now contemplated, defenses, on the military and political situ- totaling approximately 105,000 men.

Marshall). But General Chaney’s view that Iceland belonged strategically to the European theater eventually won out with the War Department. T h e island was included in the theater boundaries when ETOUSA was created in June 1942, a n d thus came under the theater command for tactical purposes. Administrative and logistical matters, however, were exempted from theater control and were to be handled by direct contact with the War Department. S. S. entry into the war. For the eventual arrival of American contingents in the United Kingdom SPOBS had more time to prepare.

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