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Principal Commanders and Staff Officers
THE UNITED KINGDOM BUILD-UP
(1) The United States “Observes” the War in Europe
(2) The Occupation of Iceland
(3) American Troops Go to Northern Ireland
(4) Establishing an Air Force in the United Kingdom
(5) The Formation of the Services of Supply and the Activation of ETOUSA
(6) The Heritage of SPOBS and USAFBI
(1) BOLERO Is Born
(2) BOLERO Planning in the United Kingdom, May-July 1942: the First Key Plans
(3) The SOS Organizes, June–July 1942
(4) TORCH Intervenes
(5) BOLERO’S Status at the End of 1942
(1) BOLERO in Limbo, January-April 1943
(2) The Troop Build-up Is Resumed, May– December 1943
3—TROOP BUILD-UP IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
(3) The Flow of Cargo in 1943
TABLE 4—CARGO FLOW TO THE UNITED KINGDOM IN 1943
(4) Troop and Cargo Reception
(5) Command and Organizational Changes in 1943
PREPARING FOR CONTINENTAL INVASION
(1) Early Planning for Cross- Channel Operations
(2) Logistic Considerations in the Evolution of the OVERLORD Plan
(1) Formation of the Major Commands
(2) Consolidation of ETOUSA and SOS
(3) Assignment of Command and Planning Responsibilities
(6) Continental Base Sections
(7) Final Command Arrangements
The Completion of BOLERO
(2) Construction and Local Procurement, 1943-May 1944
U.S. AIRFIELD CONSTRUCTION IN ENGLAND
LOBNITZ PIERHEAD
(2) Beach Organization
(3) Port Reconstruction
(4) Troop Build-up and Replacements
(5) The Supply Plan
(6) The Depot Structure
(7) Transportation
(8) The Supply of POL
(I) Earlier Amphibious Experience
(2) The Training Schools and First Exercises
(3) The Assault Training Center and Engineer Special Brigades
(4) Major Exercises
(5) Final Rehearsals
OVERLORD IS SET IN MOTION, MAY–JULY 1944
Mounting the Operation
(1) The Mounting Problem and Plan
(2) The Mounting Begins
(I) Tactical Developments in June 1
(2) OMAHA Beach on D Day
(3) UTAH Beach on D Day
(4) Development of the OMAHA Area
(5) Development of the UTAH Area
(6) The Beach Ports
(7) The Great Storm of 19–22 June
(8) The Build-up to 30 June
(9) Cross-Channel Movement
The Logistic Outlook in June and July
(I) Tactical Developments, 1–24 July
(2) The Normandy Supply Base
(3) The Status of Supply
(4) Troop Build-up
(5) Replacements
(6) The Ports
(I) Tactical Developments
(2) The Logistic Implications of Changing Plans
(I) The Character of Supply Operations in the Pursuit
(2) Gasoline—“The Red Blood of War”
GENERAL RUMBOUGH
(4) Ammunition
Transportation in the Pursuit
(I) The Railways
(2) Motor Transport
Glossary
Code Names
Bibliographical Note
Index
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