Abstracts and translations of captured German military and industrial technical reports, 1937-1945, relating to aeronautics.
Includes German texts of reports in many cases. Translations made by the Air Matériel Command and by various American aeronautical
companies, especially the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Includes Air Matériel Command reports, 1946, listing translated documents.
Air Material Command was a United States Army Air Forces command, between 1944 and 1946, and United States Air Force command,
between 1946 and 1961. Its headquarters were located at Write-Patterson Air Force Base, east of Dayton Ohio in Greene and
Montgomery counties. The materiel division's primary role and responsibility was procurement and research & development. The
functions of research and development and logistics were operated separately during World War II until they were reunited
for several years in the late 1940's under Air Materiel Command.
63 manuscript boxes
(30.1 Linear Feet)
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