Airpower Leadership on the Front Line by Douglas A. Cox

Airpower Leadership on the Front Line by Douglas A. Cox

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Marshall, had flown ahead from Alice Springs to Melbourne. He rejoined MacArthur’s train in Adelaide to give MacArthur a briefing. 17 If Brett expected a cordial greeting from the new supreme commander, he was soon disabused of the notion. MacArthur arrived in Melbourne on 21 March 1942 to much fanfare and excitement. After making a short speech to the press and greeting Australian officials, MacArthur and his family headed to their new quarters for a rest. Brett was taken aback when he offered to accompany MacArthur and Sutherland in their limousine and was curtly refused.

13 Maj Gen Lewis H. Brereton, the ranking Airman in the Philippines, requested permission to move his battered headquarters south after two weeks of disastrous defeat. 14 About the same time Brett was having his own combat adventures, as reported in an enthusiastic wartime narrative of his exploits: Near Rangoon, a flight of 71 Japs got on the tail of [Wavell and Brett’s] Douglas transport. At Mingalodon in Burma, they landed on a friendly airdrome, dived into a trench. Bombs, shrapnel, machine-gun slugs, were falling as thickly around them as snowflakes.

14. Miller, “A ‘Pretty Damn Able Commander’ Lewis Hyde Brereton: Part II,” 32–33. Ironically, the ARCADIA Conference, in Washington, DC, which sealed the agreement between Pres. indd 36 11/7/06 10:34:12 AM CONFLAGRATION IN THE PACIFIC prime minister Winston Churchill that Europe would take priority over the Pacific, was taking place at that moment. , The Army Air Forces in World War II, 227. 15. Courtney, “Born to Fly,” 39. 16. , The Army Air Forces in World War II, 226. 17. , 367. 18. Green Collection.

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