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STATISTICAL

REVIEW
WORLD

WAR

II

A SUMMARY OF ASF ACTIVITIES

STATISTICS

HY.,1ID(LI:ilItT~lRS,

IBILAN’CII,

AR-MY

CONTROL

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PDRCES,

DIVISION
WAR

DEPARTMENT

FOREWORD
The Army Service Forces STATISTICAL FZVIEW OF WORLDWAR
II is not lnte.lded either as a history or an analysis,
butrather
in statistical
as a reference book--a summary of ASF activities
terms.
Insofar as available
data permit, the period covered Is
the 45 months from December 1941 through August 1945--the period
of active
participation
of the United States
In World War II.
Most of the time series were initiated
at some point
after the
beginning of the war, as the need for them became apparent.
Relatively
few are available
for the whole spand 45 months. The
series are all intentionally
ended at 31 August 1945, the nearest
month-end to V-J Day (officially
2 September 1945).
It is of
course true that many activities
were then at their peaks and the
trend of their
decline is not covered in this
document. Some
demobilization
activities
had, in fact, not really begun--thus it
will be months before the complete series could be recorded.
Except where otherwise
noted,
coverage is limited to
the Army Service Forces,
as distinguished
from the Army Air
Forces and Army Ground Forces, or the War Department proper.
The
mission of the Army Service Forces has been stated:
'to develop, deelgn,
manufacture,
or otherwise procure, traneport,
store,
dietribute,
maintain,
repair,
iesue,
and salvage all
military
supplies
and equipment (other
than
tkaee
preullar
to
the Army Air Forose) far
tk~ Amy and, ta some extent,
for other
United Nations; to provide military
personnel
for the Army and oivil-lan
personnel
for
adminletratlve
duties; to train personnel for
semise unita of the Army Service Fow3r and
far *he &my Ground Forceer and Amy Air
Forqae upon rsqusat;
to trsnplgort
mein and
suppllsa by rail and watt;
to p~ovida neaaa&WY ae~vlae8 far the Array, inoludingl admlnls+ir4tAve, finanoial,
legal, judlolal~
interntll waurity , md atatlstloal
f3e~vlo1s; to
prsvlfh for thei sheAtar,
health and wslfwe
sf Amy pwwannel; to aonatrust new faailttiee
4nd b3 PPwldS ftxad
aQtiunlo4tioa
earvtaesl
$0 the Apmy, ”
F’sr t&e mfwt @@Hithe tables

inaluded

in the appendbeta

sf %hla wluae gwaaenti sniy the mare aI.mIfiaan$
auwrjr
swill,
They ~PQ la~qely dmwn PWXI the thi&y-wId
msn%h%y ses$9ons e#
Shs A.!@MnnthQ Z9mmaa
Repot
that
has aavwsd the vsrisua
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CONTEhTS
Page
PROCUREMENT............................

1

MAINTENANCE ............................

9

CONSTRUCTIONANDRFALESTATE

11

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PROPERTYDISPOSITION ........................
DEPOTOPERATIONS:
Supply Operations .......................
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Storage Operations

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RATIONSUPPLYOVERSEAS.......................

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TRANSPORTATION

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INTERNATIONALAID
CIVILIANSUPPLY

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ADMINISTRATION : ..........................

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FISCAL ...............................

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RENEGOTIATION ...........................

51

CONTRACTTERMINATION........................

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PERSONNEL .............................

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TRAINING ..............................

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HIisALTH ..............................

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APPENDUCES:
A - Procurement ........................
B - Maintenance ..............
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C - Construction
and Real Estate
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D - Property Disposition
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E - Depot Operations
F - Ration Supply Overseas ..................
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G - Transportation
Aid : ....................
H- International
; ...................
Supply ..
J - Civilian
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K - Administration
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L - Fiscal
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N - Contract Termination
P - Personnel ......................
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Q-Training
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R-Health..
DID= ................................

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PROCUREMENT
ASF DEiXVXRIES

portion of the producV-E Day, a substantial
tion
was flowing
steadily
to our Pacific
forces during that entire period.
Production
kept pace during the months subsequent to V-E
Day until
the sudden capitulation
of Japan
prompted immediate cutbacks andcancellations.

For the war period (Decemberl$+lthrough
August 1945) procurement
deliveries
aggregated $68,828,000,000.*
Chart 1 shows the
monthly deliveries
of ASF procured equipment
and supplies from January 1942 through August
Indicated on the chart
are those im1945.
portent
dates In the overseas operatlans
which. particularly
influenced the volume of
production
prior to and after the indicated
dates.
The steady building
up of production
to the North African Invasion
is apprior
reaching the 1942 production peek in
parent,
December. Subsequently,
there was a gradual
leveling
off,
although
the impetus of the
tremendous production
drive
for the North
African
operation carried
through
December
Upon the attainment of the D-Day goal
1943.
of establishing
U.S. troops in France,- another great production drive got under way to
sustain the European operations
and built up
to the production peak of the war just prior
to V-E Day.

The relative
annual deliveries
of ASF
procurement equipment and supplies from January 1941 through August 1945, and forecast
deliveries
for September through .December
1943 are shown in Chart 2.
COMPOSITIONOF PROCUREMF4T
DELIVERIES
The compositiaTl
of the total
value of
procurement
deliveries
for the war period
(1 January 1942 through
31 August 1945) is
It
shown in Chart 3 by technical
service.
conwill be noted that
Ordnance deliveries
stituted
almost 50 percent of the total,while
Medical deliveries
were only slightly
more
than one percent.
Quartermaster
deliveries
were second In value to those of the Ordnance
Depsrtment,
sFnce they included
subsistence
which made up 52.3 percent of the Quartermaster total.
.

Although production pesks were inspired,
for the most part, by operations in the Euro,pean Theater during the three years prior to
CHART

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SERVICE

FORCES

PROCUREMENT

WAR

DELIVERIES

PERIOD

BILLION

BILLION

$2.5

$2.5
INVASION
OF
NORTH
AFRICA
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In general,
deliveries
are defined as acceptances by the technical
services, without regard to the physical location
of the
1teins.
All the charts
and tables
in this
volume which present
dollar
value data on
procurement deliveriesandforecasts
are based
on standard dollar weights and not on actual
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unit costs at the time of procurement.
Thus,
the trends
in procurement activities
may be
accurately
portrayed
without
distortion
by
price
fluctuations.
The standard dollar
weights have been revised
from time to time,
but compensating adjustments
havebeenmade
accordingly
in all related data.

PROWREMENT
CHART

2

ANNUAL

ASF

(INCLUDING

There follow comments on charts showing
deliveries
of a few selected important categories of items.

DELIVERIES

SUBSISTENCE

1

SILL10

$20

Of the total of all artillery,
valued at
more than three billion
dollars,
delivered
from January 1942
through
August 1945,
slightly
less than 11 percent,
in dollar
was heavy artillery.
value,
Deliveries
of
heavy artillery
increased steadily
from the
beginning of 1942 until the peak was reached
in the first
quarter of 1945. Throughout the
war there w&a no slacking
in the production
of h8aV-y artillery,
which includes all calibers from 4.5" to 24O.mm.

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CHART

3

TOTAL
1941

1942

IQ43

1944

1945
ESTIMATE

SERVICE

Trends in procurement
deliveries
during
the war years for all services and for each
of the technical
services is presented graphIt will be noted that
ically
in Chart 4.
the delivery peaks for each technical
service
occur at different
tim8s and that the production trends for one service are not analogous
with any other service.
Each technical
servCOMPOSITIONOF PROCUKEMENT
DELIVERIES
DURIi'GTElEWARRERIOD
Amount
I (Billions)

Service
Ordnance. . . .
Quartermaster .
Engineers . . .
signal.
. . . .
Transportation.
ChemicalWarfare.
Medical . . . .

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.
.
.
.

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.
.
.
.
.
. .

Percent
I of Total

21.140

49.8 30.9

2.023

57::
2.9

$34.084
4.809
3.940
1.708
0.760

2.5

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ice had its own requirements
goal and was
continually
faced with the necessity
for
shifting
its production
from one to another
in order to meet the immediate
of it8 items,
and pressing
needs of the oversea co?muanda
and to keep pace with new item developments.
Production lead time was a decisive factor in
retarding
or speeding up production and this
affected
the over-all
trend In procurement
deliveries.
Tables in Appendix A, pages 75 to 81,
present a comprehensive record of ~ocurement
deliveriee
by major item groups for each of
the technical
services,
by months for the
August
years 1942, 1943, 1944 andthrough
1945 *
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PROCUREMENT

THE WAR PERIOD-BY

ORDNANCE

PERCENT
OF TOTAL

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DELIVERIES
TECHNICAL

DURING
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OF DOLLARS

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The increase in deliveries
of light 8nd
medium artillery
was rapid from the beginning
of 1942 until the peak of production during
Thereafter,
delivthe winter of.1942-1943.
eries were held at a high level
through the
shortagea had been
summer of 1943, until
production and delivSubsequently,
filled.
eries were geared to requirements,
which were
These
met with uniformity
and promptness.
(Also see Aptrends are shown in chart 5,
pendix A, pages 75 and 76.
ARTZIERYAMMJNIIIONDELIVXRIkS
Trends in deliveries
of artillery
ammunition
are not directly
comparable with deAt the beginning of
liveries
of artillery.
the war, it was necessary
to establlah
replacemsnt factors
for ammunition,
based on
estimated consumption rather than actual comAs the war progressed, actubat experience.
al field operations
provided a firmer basis
for the establishment
of replacement factors

PROCUREMENT
CHART

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PROCUREMENT

DELIVERY

TRENDS-BY

TECHNICAL

SERVICE

PERIOD
BILLIONS

BILLlOt

$6

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1943

1942

1944

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1945

QUARTER
1943

1942

MILLIONS

1944

1945

MILLIONS

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QUARTER

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MILLIONS

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QUARTER
1942

1943

QUARTER
1944

1945

1942

1943

1944

1945

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PROCUREMENT
and the computation of ammunition requirements. However, new tactical
developments,
which called for more intense
and continued
artillery
fire
for some operations than had
previously
been employed, necessitated
the
continual modification
of replacement factors
and consequent adjustment of production and
deliveries.
Another factor
affecting
procurement was the development of many new
types an& calibers of artillery
which dictated shifts in production of ammunition.
Chart 5 shows that the peak of deliveries of. all types of artillery
ammunition
was reached. during the winter of 1944-1945,
after replacement
factors had been well stabilized
and gun types and calibers had been
Deliveries
of
fairly
well
standardized.
heavy artillery
ammunition constituted
about
of.the
total
deliveries
of all
18 percent
types of artillery
ammunition.
(Appendix A,
page 75.1
Ti4NX3
Tank production increased rapidly during
the first
year of the war, under impetus of
meeting the objective
of 45,000 tanksin1942,
pronounced by President Roosevelt at the bewas met
ginning of the year. The objective
in the combined proauction of tanks and tankmounted self-propelled
weapons. Moat of the
1942 deliveries
were of the M-3 type; subsequently the light tank demand was shifted to
PrMuction
of the M-4 medium
the M-5 type.
type tank began to take hold in the third
quarter of 1942 and reached peak production
in the second q,uarter of 1943. The trends in
the deliveries
of M-4 tanks and of all tanks
are shown in Chart 5. (See also Appendix A,
page 76.)

CRAWiXRTYPE!L!RACToIts
Among the items which were in critical
supply tiughout
the entire period of the
From a total
war were crawler type tractors.
of 684 deliveredin
the first
quszter of 1942,
increased steadily until the peak
deliveries
of 8,494 tractors
delivered was reached in
the fourth
quarter
of 1944.
Tractors are
grouped in classes
according
to draw-bar
horsepower, as foIlowe:
Class
Class
Class
ClsXla

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II
III
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Production of shoulder weapons was slow
In getting under way in the first year of the
war, particularly
because of the necessity
for tooling
up enough plants to produce the
required quantity
of the newly standardized
M-l (Garand).
Subsequently, the stend.aralzatlon of the carbine for use by oertaln deslg-

nated personnel required additional~oauotion
faoilltlee
and tooling.
The peak of proauotion and deliveries
of all types of ehoulder weapons W&Breaohed
in the laet
quarter of 1943; of the total,
68.4 peraent were carbines,
and of the remalnder 56.4 peroentwem Garands (M-l). Chart
5 shows quarterly deliveries
throughout the
war perlood. "Other" shouliler weapons Include
the M-l (Garand), the 1903 (SpringfIeld),
the
1917 (modified Lee-Enfield),
and the Browning
(See also Appendix A, page
Automatic Rifle.
75-I

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61 to

90 DBHP

46to
36 to

6oDPm
45 DEEP

Of the total
of 69,165 crawler type tractors
delivered awing the var period, 14.4 percent
were Class I tractors,
32.0 percent were
17.8 percent were Class III and
Class II,
Tractors
in
35.8 percent were Class IV.
Classes II and III were new items which first
went into production
in the first
quarter of
1943, which may be noted in Chart 5. (See
also Appendix A, page 78.)
GASMASKS
Upon the entry of the United States into
the war, the urgency of need for gas masks
was immediately apparent in the rapid rise in
deliveries
fmm production, which reached the
peak in the first
quarter of 1943. Thereproduction and deliveries
were geared
after,
to requirements for replacement,
as initial

issue demands were being met pmmptly.

Chart

5 indicates
the large
amount of deliveries
during the year 1943; of the war total of
more than 32.2 million ma&a, the 1943 deliveries constituted
48.3 percent.
SUBSISTENCE
The total

SHOULOER
WEAPONS

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f00a supplies

of 1110~~ than $11.4 billion

of

and related

Item3 includes only
Zone of Interior
purcbaaee for shipment overaeaa and u0e at poete, camps, and stations.
It does not include purchasea abroad by theaters and baeee for ovaraea comm&ption. $‘Leluded, however, are appmxlmtely
90 peroent
whloh were
of the U. 8. Navy reqwte
purohased by the Axmy Qaedemaeter.
Ae
deliuerles
ahom In Chart 5, mubelaterme
reaohed a high level In ths fourth quarter of
1944, whloh level uw msintained throughout
(See Appendix A.
the balanoe 'of the mr.
page SO.1
ATABRSNE
Since the nuJor eource of eupply of quinine wa8 out off at the begkmlng of the war
with Japan, aas to the occupation of the
Nether&u&
Bust Idlee by the Japanese, It
waa neoeeeary to provide for the production
of great quantltlee
of atabrlne.
F?oduotlon
an&deliveries

kept psce

with requirements,

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PROCUREMENT
cluur5

TRENDS

IN DELIVERIES

OF SELECTED
DURING THE

PROCUREMENT ITEMS-QUARTERLY

WAR PERIOD

VALUE OF ARTILLERY

VALUE OF ARTILLERY

AMMUNITION

MILLION

ILLION
Qfmo

600

400
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NUMBER OF TANKS
THOUSAND
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MILLION

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WEAPON3

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TRACTORS

I23

NUMBER OF GAS MASKS

THOU%

MILLION
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VALUE OF SUBSISTENCE

MILLION

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1944

1945

1942

1943

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1945

5

PROCUREMENT
which
cific,
Chart
a high
again

CHART

were mostly for our forces
in the Pawhere malarial defense was essential.
5 shows hw production
was pushed to
point in the last qu&er
of 1943 and
reached the peak in the last
haIf of

6

ACCURACY OF DELIVERY FORECASTS
PERCENT OF FORECASTS* CORRECT WITHIN IO %
100 -

J-944.
ACCURACYOF FORECASTING

80

The neea for accurate
forecasting
of
deliveries
of ASF procured materiel has been
of great importance
throughout the war,
eo
that distribution
could be planned in edvanc~
This planning
waa necessary not only to meet
operational
and replacement
requirements in
theaters
of operations,
but also to provide
for the alerting
and training
of units,
in
the Zone of Interior.
Early in 1943 it was
realized that
t$e monthly delivery forecaa.$a
made as of the first
of the month were generally
poor and a campaign was inaugurated
among the technical
services to improve this
forecasting.
The results are indicated
in
chart 6, which shows how the percent of
forecasts
made within 10 percent of actual
deliveries
Increased
from month to month

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* First

1943

04 month

at.dng 1943.
CHANGESIN ScHEDuL;ESREsus;TINGFROMV-E
V-J DAYS

monthly average delivery rate nearly 20 percent above the monthly average of 19@ delivThe 31 March schedules for 1946 proeries.
vided for a decline
from the 1945 rate;
nevertheless,
the total
amount aoheauled for
1946 was about 5 percent above 1944 deliverles.

AND

Procurement sone&il.es were at the hi&eat level of the war period during the early
mntha of 1945. As of 31 Maroh 1945, eohedules for the calendar year 1945 called for a
CHART

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ASF

PROCUREMENT

DELIVERIES

AND

SCHEDULES
BILLIONS

DILLIONS

$2.5 I--

PRE

V-F

1

DAY ,SCHEDUL\C

$2.5

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1946

1. Schedule a8 of 31 March 1943 ad,jueted for prioe change. Peroent reduction in 1944 deliveries
between 31 Maroh and 31Jul.y wae applied to 31Mamh schedules.
2. Aotual deliverlee
througn August 1945 are ae reported 31 Auguet 1943. The 30 September report
changed there figurra
alightly.

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PROCUREMENT
The initial
adjustments in procurement
from a two-fYont war to a one-front war basis
were made irmnediately following
the surrender
OfGermany.
During the weeks that followed,
the adjustments to a one-front war basis were
ocqleted
in a continuous
process according
By the
to plans msd.e long before V-E Day.
end of July 1945 the schedules for the last
five months of 1945 had been reauced to approximately
65 percent of the pre-V-E Day
schedules.
FOI- the czdender year 1946, procurement schedules were reduced by approximately 35 percent between3 Msrch an& 31 July.
Following th8 sudden surrender of Japan, procurement schedules
of all&S? items were re-

ducea to zero with the exception
of those
items for which there was a necessity
for
continuing procurement.
Between 31 July and
31 August procurement schedules for the last
four months of 1945 were reduced from $5.7
This reprebillion
to about $1.1 billion.
(about 80 persented a cut of $4.6 billion
For the
cent)
for the four-month
period.
year 1946, the schehiies were reducea from
This was a
$14.8 billion
to $1.7 billion.
reduction of $13 .l billion(about
88 percent).
were
Day.

Chart 7 shows how procurement schedules
changed as a result
of V-E Day and V-J

MAINTENANCE
Mdntenance
activities
considered here
refer only to fourth and fifth
echelon maintenance activities.*
The rebuilding
andreconditioning
of materiel
to restore
it to
serviceable
condition for using organizations
or for return
to stock,
of course relieved
the necessity
for a corresponding
amount of
new procurement. During the periods for which
SUR.MXYdata are available,
the nine nmbered
service comm%ndsand the Military
District
of
Washingtbn lnaae serviceable sn average of
$298,250,000 worth of materiel per month, and
the seven technical
services made serviceable
a monthly average of $93,567,000 of materiel.
!l?he value of such materiel returned
to serviceable condition
had a total
value equivalent to 27 percent of all procurement(excluding subsistence)
for the sam8 period.

work load (on hand 1 January 1944 plus all
receipts
through August 1945) of unserviceable mderiel
on hand for processing at technical service
fifth-echelonmdntenance inatallations
during the 20-month period was
valued at more than $1,976,278,000.
chart 8
shows the volume of fifth-echelon
maintenance
operations
frm January 1944 through August
1945.
The composition and proportions
processsalvaging,
or cancellation
of
repair
orders)
of the work load as distributed among the seven technical
services is
shown in Chart 9.
The total work load for
the period
from January 1944 through August
1945 was distributed
among the technic&
services in the following
proportions:

ed (by repair,

TECHNICALSERVICES
Estimated dollar value of unserviceable
mateHe returned to service (to using organizations and to stock) by fifth
echelon shops
and commercial shops under cantract increased
from $42,170,000 for January 1944 (first
report month) to $134,501,000 for January 1945,
and then decreased irregularly
to $90,744,000
in August 1945.
The total
value processed
and it
for this
period was $1,871,348,000
averaged $93,567,000
per month,
The total'
CHART

0

MILLION

5fH

VOLUME OF
ECHELON
MAINTENANCE

. . . . . . 60.79
. . . . . . 17.0

Corps

signal corps. . . . .
Corps of Engineers.
.
Chemical Warfare. . .
Transportation
Corps.
Medical Department. .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

The volume of employment reported
for
the period
from September 1944 through July
1945.indicates
that ASF fifth-echelon
ahops
(excluding
COmmfjrCial establishments
under
contract)
employed approximately
24,500 person8 per month.
Of these 5.5 percent
were
military
personnel,
82.6 percent were civilians, and 11.9 percent were prisoner8 of war.

CHART

0

.......A..
A.....,.
,.,.,
.,.,....
...
,.,.,.,
.......~.~.~.~.~.....
...~...~.~........~...

ORDNANCE

ALL
250

JFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA
1944

I945

*Fifth-echelon
8hops under technical
service operation
had the primary
responelbllity
of rebuil&ing
unserviceable
equiPmeG
for return
to stock;
fourth-echelon
ahops
were occupied primarl~
with the replacement
of parts and assemblies.

shops

9

DISTRIBUTION
OF TECHNICAL
SERVICE
,.,.,..._....~.............~........,
MAINTENANCE
WORKLOAD
JAN
44
-AUG
AND
>::::::::::::::::::
PROC
LSSEDi;giji$;:i:i:i:
MILLIONS
OF
DOLLARS
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::jj~~~~~~~~~~

500

*

. 15.1
. 2.9
. 3 .l
. 1.0
. .O .2

Detailed data on technical service
are shown in Appendix B, page 82.

$1000

750

Ordnance Department
Quartermaster

OTHER

400

800

45
12(

MAINTENANCE

CHART

Chart ll
shows by service command the
total value of work load for the perioa from
Septetier
1944 through July 1945, together
with the total
value processed during that
period-.

IO

4TH

VOLUME OF
ECHELON
MAINTENANCE

CHART

II

DISTRIBUTION
MAINTENANCE
400

OF SERVICE
COMMAND
WORKLOAD
SEP 44 - JUL
MlLLl0NS

0
PRIOR
DATA,
NOT COMPARABLE

45

OF DOLLARS

4oc

200

600

I

8TH
4TH

200
.

q
1
I

2ND

9TH
0
3RD

JFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

1945

1944

5TH

SERVICE COMM4NDS
Fourth-echelon
maintenance
(replacing
unserviceable
part8 and assemblies) performed
primarily
by service command fourth-echelon
aizd combined chops operated
on a work load
averaging
$332,000,000*
per month for the
period from Septemberlgtithrough
August 1945
(no dollar value estimates
are available before Septeniber 1944).
The composition
and
dispo8ition
of the total work load aggregating more than $3,579,000,000
for the period
from September 1944 through
July 1945 is
@ven by service command in Chart 10.
The
total
work load for the perioa
w&8 aistributed among the eervice
comm8nds (and the
Military
Dietrict
of Washington)
in the following proportions:
First Service Command. . .
Second Service Command , ,
Third Service Command. . .
Fourth Service Conrmand . .
Fifth Service Cm.
. .
Sixth Service Command. . .
Seventh Service Corrrmand, .
Eighth Service command . .
Ninth Service Command. . .
Ml. District
of Wash. . .

10

.
.
.
.

. 5.3s
. 14.9
. 13.5
. 15.6

. . 7.0
.
.
.
.
.

. 3.5
. 5.6
. 20.8
. 13.5
. 0.3

DAD
-

‘7TH

LST
8TH

BACKLOG
31 JULY 45

PROCESBED

MDW

ASF service 00-a
ehops employed an
the 20average of 48,200 employees during
month period from January 1944 through Aug'U8t
Of theee 11.2 percent
were military
personnel,
63.7 percent were civili811.8,
and:
25.1 percent were prieoners
of war.
1945

l

Detailed data on service command ehopa
are shown in Appendix B, page 83.

*

See footnote

on preceding

page.

CONSTRUCTIONAND REAL ESTATE
CONSTRUCTION
UNDERCORPSOF ENGINEERS
Work Placed
Continental
U. S.
Prior to the outbreak of the war on 7
December 1941, a construction
program had
been initiated
by the War Department to provide housing and training
facilities
for the
expanding Army. This program was started
in
July 1940 'and was under the supervision
of
the construction
division
of the Quartermaster Corps; it WBJ transferred
to the Corps of
Engineers In December 1941 and carried out
under Engineer
supervision
thereafter.
As
lllay be sec1 in Chart 12, by 31 December 1941
this construction
program a,mounted to about
$3,206,000,000
of which
73.9 percent or
$2,368,0001000 had been put Fn place.
CHART

I2

WAR CONSTRUCTION

IN CONTINENTAL

CUrvlULATlVE

I

I
ESTIMATED

0

U. S.

FROM I JULY 1940

TOTAL’COST

2

34

I

234

I23

QUARTER

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

The total approved cost of the construotion program rose from $3,206,p00,000 on 31
Deoember 1941 to almost $9,000',000,000 by the
end of 1942 and work in place rose to almost
$~,OOO,OOO,OOO
by the end of that year. From
the end of 1942 to 31 August 1945 the total
approved cost of the con&l-u&ion
program increased further,
from $9,000,000,000 to about
$10,800,000,000
and wmk
placed Increased
from $~,OOO,OOO,OOO to $10,700,000,000.
The
following
table
presents
a breakdown of the
amount of work placed on the war oonstruction
program from 1 July 1940 through 31 August
1945 by type of installation.
These data on
a monthly basis for the period from December
1941 through August 1945 are shown In Appendix C, page 84.

WORKPLACEDON WARCONSTRUCTION
PROGRAM
1 July 1940 - 31 August 1945
Amount

Type of Installation

(Thousands)

Percent

TOTAL . . . . . .

$10,670,045

100.0

INIXJSTRIAL . . . . . .

3,201,364

30.0

COMMAND

7,468,681
39152,025
2,822,637

70.0
29.5
26.5

. . . . . . .

Air
. . . . . . .
Ground . . , . , .
Storage & Shipping
Miscellaneous
. .

.
.
.
.

1,040,827

453,192

ti!

As may be seen in this
table, construction
of command installations
represented
about 70.0 percent of the total program while
the remaining
30.0 percent or $3,2OO,OOO,OOO
represented construction
costs of industrial
installations
owned by the War Department.
This latter
figure excludes the cost of production machinery and equipment installed
in
these War Department owned facilities,
which
amounted to around $1,800,000,000.
Also excluded from these figures are $3,000,000,000
plants
and
of
expended for construction
equipment costs which were sponsored by the
War Department but constructed by the Defense
Plant Corporation,
a subsidiary
of the RFC.
The volume of construction
put in place
monthly during 1941 averaged $172,475,000 and
during 1942 this average Increased
to about
$463,823,000 a month. The peak month for the
volume of work plaoedonthe
oonstruotion
program was attained
in July 1942 (Chart 13),
with a record
amount of $720,364,000 plaoed
In that month. In subsequent months the
volume of work plaoed monthly declined rapidly, dropping to $53,955,009 In December 1943.
In 1944 the monthly amount of work plaoed
averaged about $36,737,000.
In 1945 the
monthly volume of construction
placed lncreased from $32,836,000 in January 1945 to
$62,480,000 in July 1945 and then dropped off
to $47,852,00oin August with the end of the
war. Chart 14 shows by calendar
year the
volume of construction
placed for i‘ndustrial
=d command Installations
and Chart 15 gives
a breakdown of the command oonstruotion
into
air ‘installations
(thoee construoted for the
AAF) and ground, storage and shlpplng, and
miscellaneous
Installations,
which cover installations
of the A@ and ASF.
During the construction
program about
23,202 jobs .were completed and on 31 August
851 jobs were still
unfinished.
Data on the
number and value of jobs completed monthly
from December 1941 through August1945 may be
found in Appendix C, page 85.
These jobs

CONSTRUCTiONAND REAL ESTATE
CHART

I3

VALUE

OF WORK

PLACED

ON WAR CONSTRUCTION
CONTINENTAL

PROGRAM

U. S.

MILLION

-,
0

JASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASON

1941

1940

1942

underway on 31 August 1945 were estimated to
cost $232,1F(4,000 but work remaining to be
plaoed on them was estimated at $113,239,000.
CHART

14

VALUE OF WORK PLACED ON WAR CONSTRUCTION
CONTINENTAL

U.S.-

5Y

TYPE

INDUSTRIAL

-

I I I I I
IFMAMJJASON

COMMAND

5ILLION

1943

I

I

I

I

I

J ’ 111 I ’
J

1944

FMAMJ

J

1945

A distribution
of the work remaining to be
placed, by type of installation,
Is shown In
the table at the top of the first oolumn of
the following
page, together with a summary
of the total estimated oost of the oonstzxotlon'progra
and the peroent of work in plaoe
at the end of Augu8t. During Au,gust 1945,
following V-J Day, o8noellatlons 8nd ourtallments of jobs underway munted
to about
$110,000,000.

$4
CHART

I5

VALUE OF WORK
COMMAND CONSTRUCTION

.*

PLACED’ON

CONTINENTAL

U. 5.

AAF

AGF&ASF

BILLION

$2.0

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:::::::::
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:/jjjjjij
::::::::j
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:.:,:,:.
.:.:+:.
::::::::
::;:
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0.5

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.,.,.A. ::::::::
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::::::::
.:+p:
:,:,.,., :y::::::
.,.,,,.,.:.:,:.:,
:.:,:.:,

n
1940
(OMO)

‘12

‘41

)42

‘45

‘44

1945
(b MO)

I540
(8 MO>

‘41

‘42

‘43

‘44

1845
(5 MO>

-

-y&g$j-

IO40
(6MO)

41

42

43

44

1.0

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,,,,,, ::::::::
.,.,,,.,
:::::A: :::::::: j:j:j:j:
::::::::
0.5
ijiijjijj ::::::::
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n

194b

1040

(8MO)

Ml403

41

42

45

44

1045

(8lvlO)

-

CONSkRUCTION AND REAL ESTATE

Sl'ATUS OF WARCONSI'RUCTION- CONT. U. S.
As of 31 August1945
LlIlmnts
Type &
Installation

TOTAL . . . $10~83,284

98.9

$113,239

3,208,Wt

99.8

6,780

7,575,140
3,205,273
2,856,020
Lo58,358

98.6
98.3

106,459
53,248
33,383
17,531

INDmmm

.

l

COMMAND . . .

Air

in .rhousanas 1
Estimated
$ in Estimated
Total Cost Place Cost-Work
Remaining

. . . . . .

Ground.

. . . .

Storsge & Ship .

MiscelLmeous

.

455,489

98.8
98.3
99.5

2,297

Construction
Emp1Qymen.t
Rnployment on the Wsz constructioG
program in the continental
United States on 31
December 1941 numbered 465,123 persons,
exclusive of military
personnel connected. with
these jobs. By 31 July 1942 the number of
persons employed on the construction
program
had risen to 1,013,964.
This was the peak
month of employment on the construction
prow--=* By the end of 1942, employment had
dropped to 650,756 persons and by December
1943 it was less
than 100,000. Dudrig 1944
construction
employment averaged 62,024 persons per month. In Januery 1945 construction
employment numbered 64,920 and rose tb 96,004
in July ad then dropped to 66,131 persons on
31 August 1945. Employment on this
program
is shown by months for the period for December 194lthrough
August 1945 in Appendix C,
PW 85.
CONSJXJCTIONOUI'SJDECOI'iTINEXL'AJL
UNITEDsrATEs
In addition
to the construction
program
conducted in the continental
United States
under the Corps of wineera,
certain
construction
jobs performed in Alaska, Canada,
Central
America, Hawaii,
and the Caribbean
and North Atlantic
sxeas were operated under
the supervision
of the Corps of Engineers.
The total approved cost of these jobs amounted to $7'@,320,000 as of 31August 1945 and
II-I addiwork in plate csw to $762~22,000.
tion to this, construction
performed in the
various theaters and depsr-timents under jurisdiction of overseas commands was estimated to
have cost in excess of a billion
dollars.
As may be seen in Chart 16, the&k
of
the construction
accomplished on- these projects
outside the .United States under the
jurisdiction
of the Corps of mincers
was
performed in 1943. The monthlyfiguresmay
be found in Appendix C, page 85. In November
1943 the volume of work placed reached a high
of about $75,185,000 for the month, as work
was being pushed for completion of the Aloan

CHART

16

VALUE OF WORK PLACED ON WAR CONSTRUCTION
OUTSIDE CONTINENTAL
U.S.
MILL IOP

$75

50

25

L

/

01

I

/

1

1

I

,

I

I

I

I

IIIIIIIII,

DMJSDMJSDMJSD

1942

Eighwq and the
Canada.

1943

M

1944

Can01 projects

.I,

4

1945

in Alaska and

RXALESTA!l% - FEE ACQUISITION
In the

period from 1 July 1940 through
1945 the War Department acquired
fee title
to about 39,410,OOO acres of land;
As may be seen in the table below, about
34,561,000
acres of the land acquired was
within
the continental
United States
and
4,84g,OOO acres were in territories
and possessions of the United States, such as Alaska,
Hawaii, Panama Canal Zone, Puerto Rico,
and
the Virgin Islands.
31 August

REXiLESTATE m ACQUISTI'ION
1 July 1940 - 31 August 1945
(Thausan
Typ& of
Acquisition
TOTAL . . . . . .
Purchase or
demnation
Transfer of
Lands . .
Donation
.

Con. . . . .
Public
. . . . .
. . . . .

I of AC:
Total

1s)
Cont.
U. S.

Out-

side
Cont.
u s

39,410

34,561

4,849

6,203

6,158

45

28,361

4,804:
*

33&g

42

* Less than 500 acres.
Of the 39,410,000 acrea acquired by the
33,165,000 acres represented
War Department,
public domain or other government-owned lads
which were acquired by transfer
to the War
13

-

CONSTRUCTION
AND REAL ESTATE
Department and 42,000 acres represented land
donated
by states,
counties,
cities,
ana
other political
subdivisions.
The remaining
6,203,ooO;
acres represented
ima acquire&
from private owners by purchase or through
condemnation proceedings.
CHART

CHART

18

NUMBER OF ACTIVE W D LEASES
END OF MONTH
10

THOUSAlr

20

17

15

TRACTS AUTHORIZED FOR ACQUISITION
IN FEE-CONTINENTAL
U.S.
THous.
TRACTS

CUMULATlVE FROM I JULY 1940
IO

5

0 ;

40

AM

J

J 1 1 1 1
JASON

JFMAMJ

1943

J

ASONDJ

FMAMJJ,

1944

1945

1943
to 19,883 on 31 March 1944.
not available
prior to April 1943.

QUARTERLY

1942

1943

1944

1945

The acreage acquiredbypurchase
and condemnation in the continental
united States
represented about 77,600 trac,ts of land which
approximates
the number of land owners with
whom negotiations
for purchase of this
lana
. were c-ha
on. Chart 17 shows the cumulat'ive status of the fee acquisition
progrem in
tsrma
of tracts
authorized
for acquisition
and those on which final disbursement
had.
been made for the period 30 June 1942 through
31 August 1945. Of the 77,600 tracts authoI'ized for acquisition
at the end of August
1945, 71,800 had been completed in full;that
- is; final disbursement had been made to land
owners. Funds authorized for acquisition
of
real estate amounted to about $693,444,000 as
'of 31 August 1945 and final'
disbursement had
been completed on about $342,790,000.
Cumulative
data on the number of tracts and funds
are shown in Appendix C, page 86.

ma 88.
CHART

IS

ANNUAL

RENTAL
OF ACTIVE
END OF MONTH

MILLION

$60

I

/

45

30

I5

14

are

Annual rentals.for
active leases of the
War Depar-hnent fram 30 April 1943 through 31
August 1945 remained relatively
stable, as is
indicated
in Chart 19. They ranged from a
peak of $57,838,000
on 31 August 1943 to a
low of $48,653,000 in July 1945. Data on the
number and annual rental
value of active
leases may be found in Appendix C, pages 87

REAL ESTATE'IEASING PROGRAM
Real estate leases acquired by the War
Department during the war numbered more than
33,000.. However, as may be seen in Chart 18
the nuuiber of active
leases as of the end 0;
any given month rangedofram 9,310 on 30 April

Data

0

I
IIIII
IIIII
AMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

IIIII

WD LEASES

CONSTRUCTIONAND REAL ESTATE
CHART

As may be seen'in Chsrt 20 and the foliowing
table, on 31 August 1945 the bulk of
the total number of active leases represented
leases for ha;
in terms o’f annual rentals,
storage space accounted for the largest part.

20

ANNUAL

RENTAL

TYPE

SP%?E

NUMBER

STORAGE

NLMXRAM)Al!NUALRENTALOFACTIVEWDLEASES
As of 31 August 1945
c-a

& Type

Number

of Space

LAND

Rental

16,560 $48 742 958
1,927 20,
12,720
3,368,372
14,624,853
1,694
219 lO,O7O,597

ARMYAIR FORCES. . . .
storage
Land

.

l

.

.

.

.

l

l

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

570
8,703

442
113

Office & Building
. .
Housing . . . . . . .
ARMYGROUNDFORCES.
Storage . . . . . .
Land . . . . . . .
Office & Building
.
Housing . . . . . . .

.
.
.
.
.

ARMYSER~CE FORCES.
Storage . . . . . .
Land . . . . . . .
Office & Building
.
Housing . . . . . .

.
.
.
.
.

MIsm0us-w

15

-213

I ,260
38

553 553
89,752
297,949

21280
1,168
86

5,644,7’S+

2%

564
-33
“2

. . . .

Storage . . . . . . .
Land . . . . . . . .
Office & Building
. .
Housing . . . . . . .
* Includes

4,292,O24

133,584
-: 32,268

a

Defens6 C-da,

I5

,

1,694
219

From 1 July 1940 through 31 August 1945
the War Department had determined real estate
owned by the War Department estimated to have
cost about $401,444,000 to be surplus to its
needs. As may be seen in the accompanying
table, of the total amount of surplus WD r&l
estate on 31 August, custody for $150,487,000
had been removed from the War Department.
For the remaining
surplus real estate, which
amounted to $250,95'7,000, the War Depar+znent
had certified
property
estimated at about
$141,248,0QOto the Surplus Property Adminiatration but custody had not.yet been assumed
by the disposal
agencies.
Surplus
r&l estate
estimated
at
$109,709,000 required
frrther
disposition
action by the War Departaction by the War Department. Disposition
ment is accomplished by certifying
property
to the Surplus Property Administration
or by
cancellation
of lea8es, retransferring
proagencies from which
perty
to government
originally
acquired, and permanent transfer
to other government agencies.
Prior to creation
of the Surplus Property Administration
some properties
were sold directly
by the Wax
Department.

Thf33
2,090,361
fue7,841

12

OF DOLLARS

IO

REX, ESTATE DISPOSAL

15 lpa 616

9,828

MILLIONS
5

12.720

OFFICE AND
BUILDING

Annual

0

WD LEASES
1945

I.927

HOUSING

TOTAL . . . . . . .
Storage . . - . . . .
Land -......,
.
Office & Building
. .
Housing . . . . . . .

OF ACTIVE

AS OF 31 AUGUST

442,628

78,110
72,817
190,150
101,551

Etc.

SURPLUSWARDEZ?ARTMFXC
OWNED
REAL ESTATE
As of 31 August 1945
Total

status

TOTAL..............,.....

$401,444,000

CUSTODYREMAINSWlTHWARDEPARTMENT... , . . .
Certified
to SPA* . . . . , . . . . . . . . . .
Awaiting Action by War Department . . . . . . .
CUSTODYREMOVl!DFROMWARDEPARTMENT
. . ,
Sold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retransferred
to Government Agency . .
Permanent Transfer to Government Agency
Lease C‘ancelied . . . . . . . . . ; . .
Custody Assaed by SPA . . . . . . . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

c-a

Industrial

$288,850,0OO

166 042

fz!+%Ez

109:709:000

75,7@,000
52,092,000
1,138,ooo
._
* Custody not assumed by Surplus ProperQ Administration.

000

$112,594,000

68,085,000
P-7,957,000
122,808,000

6,646,~oo
5,986,ooo
63,588,OW
46;578,000

10,000

$$-?gEz
11;752;000
27 ,679,ooo
8,923,000
0

12,114,OOO
.; Jw& t;;o”
,
,

15

CONSTRUCTIONAND REAL ESTATE
REPAIRSANDUTIGITTIES

CHART

In July 1943, a cost accounting
system
was initiated
to record
the costs of repairs
and utilities
operations at all Army installations
except government-owned, agent-operated installations.
During
the period
fremn 1 July 1943
through 31 August 1945, costs for repairs and
utilities
operations
amounted to
about
$1,065,217,000.
As indicated
in the following table,
costs for fuel
accounted for
$118,285,000
0f th16 total ma cost6 for alterations
ma minor new construction
amounted
to $134,815,000.
The remaining
$812,117,000
represented
regular maintenance
repairs and
operations costs Including
such things as upkeep of buildinga,
grounde ha roads,
fire
protection,
purchase of utilities,
operatfon
and upkeep of utilities
aysteme, and other
items. Appendix C, page 89, presents monthly
costs on operations of the repairs and utilities
prom
for the period from July 1943
throughAug&t
1945.
COSTOF REPAIRS AND UTILITlEs
1 July 1943 - 31 August.1945
Service
Commana
TOTAL
I . .
II . .
III
.
Iv..

v . .
VI..

VII

.

VIII

.

lx..
Mow.

40,299
95,799
73,285
226,363
. 52,484
54,870
126,a05
180,841
196,911
17,560

Alt. &
Minor
New
Constr.

$118,285

$134,815

7,441
72,655 11,810
54,817 io,2ap
176,531 22,344
38,652 6,537
41,628
5,620
94,357 14,497
141,479 15,503
150,288
21,743
13,226 2,501
28,484

Chart 21 presents
repairs
and utilities
fairly
general decrease
ing the period from 1
August 1945.

COST OF REPAIRS AND UTILITIES

1943

1944

1945

UTILIZATION OF COMMAND
INSTAlLATIONS

(In. Thousands)
Maint.
Fuel
Total
Repairs
& op.

$1,065,217 $812,117

21

I

4,374
11,334
8,179
27,488

7,295
7,622
17,9x
;pg
$33

the monthly cost6 for
and Indicates
that a
W&Eaccomplished durJuly 1943 thmu&
31

A monthly
series.of
data on utilization
of the housing
capacity at posts, camps, and
stations
in the United States was initiated
in wch 1944. By then more then 40 percent
of the Army haa been moved overseas and housing capacity
was available
in excess of reA report on the status and utllquirements.
lzatlon of capacity was basic to the consolidatione ma dispositions
designed to Fmprove
the effective
use of these installations.
Some were retained In an inactive
staturi for
future use while
others were determined aurplus to the entire
War Department and were
disposed of. Monthly data showing the &$atus
and utilization
of housing
capacity of major
cammand installations
of the AGF and ASF may
be found in Appendix C, page 90, for
the
period
fromMarch 1944 through
August 1945.
The decrease in total
capacity figures noted
in that table resulted frcxn disposing of surplus houeing and also to some extent
from
changes in capacity figures
because of different
bases of measurea and the conversion
of housing to other uses.

/

PROPERTY

EXCESSAND SURPLUSPROPERTY
During the war, excess stocks of certain
equipment and supply were accumulated as a
result
of changing needs for items and the
turn of developments
in overseas operations.
Upon determination
of stocks as excess, effort8 were made to redistribute
the property
within
the War Department or to transfer
it
to other government agencies or war contractors. In the event that no need was found for
the excess stocks, they were then declared
surplus
to the needs of the Was Department
and were reported
to the disposal
agencies
desi&ated
bg the Surplus Property
Administrat ion for aispoflal
.
Disposition
of excess and surplus
property of the War Depsdment during the period
from 1 June 1944 through 31 August.1945
is
shown by service
in the adjoining table.Of
the total dispositions
($4,572,245,000)
effected
during this period, surplus
property
reported
to disposal agencies accounted for
$3,955,454,dO0.
Dispositions
of ASF excess
and surplus property came to $1,549,915,000
of which $1,087,270,000 represented surpluses
reported to disposal agencies.
Monthly
data dn the amounts of excess
property
redistributed
snd transferred
(including transfers
to Navy, sales to war contractors,
and other miscellaneous
disposals)
and of surpluses
reported to disposal
agenties are shown in Appendix D, pages 91 to 93.
CHART

DISPOSITION
DISPOSITION OFEXCFSS AI%DSURPLUSPROPERTY
1 June +244 - 31 August 1945
\A P jousts)
1Redis- 1
IReaorted
tiibuted T-s- to
Serv.
Total
Within
fers
ice
WD
-r

TOTAL

4

iI:

b4,572,24: $249,449 $367,342 $3,955,454

AAF.

3,022,33C 20,705 133,441 2,868,184

ASF.
zi
.
sig .

1.549.91:

688,607
169, go4
334,549

%* .
Med.
QM

52,772
50,427
136,431

l

TC .
sv.c.

CHART

1 08 2
228,744 233,901 -%$&o
78,309 158,118

11:899

2,239

'L,092

3,092

24,581

gz;; ,

7,710
39;;;

35,U2
67,871
9,893
7,647

0

127;082
230,646
36,257
30,881

133,100

4,896
7,532

25,582

51,542

23

DISPOSITION

OF EXCESS AND SURPLUS
ARMY AIR FORCES

PROPERTY

MILLION

$600

450

22
300

DISPOSITION
OF EXCESS AND SURPLUS
PROPERTY -WAR
DEPARTMEYT
MILLION
+,ooo
I

I50

I’
750

0

t
JJASONDJFMAMJJA

1944

500

Chart6 22, 23, and 24 tallow themonthly
records far disppof3ition of excess and surplus
In Chart 24 it will be noted that
mw=-W.
dispositions

of ASF excess and surplus

pro-

per-Q in August 1945 were more than four
timee as large as in any previous month. ASP

25(

dispositions
distributions

C

IQ45

IJASONOJFMAMJJA

1944

1945

during August consisted
of reof property
within the War De-

partment amounting to $14,7l4,000; transfers
of excemes to other government agencies and
war contractors amounting to $21,4aO,OO0; and
surpluses
reported
to disposal
agencies
amounting tso $510,848,000.
17

PROPERTY
CHART

DISPOSITION

e4

DlSPOSlTlON

EXCESS AND- mLus

OF EXCESS AND SURPLUS PROPERTY
ARMY SERVICE FORCES

1 June 1944 (In Th
Made
Available

MILLION

Service
To!l!AL
Am

I50

0.
J


J


A

S

I

I

0‘

N

0

I
J

I
M
._.

i

1944

DurirQ

the

I
A

I
M

J

I
J

A

1 June 1944
surplus
property e.stimated to have cost$y,224,067,000
was made available
for disposition.
As -Y
be seen in the following
table
disposition
had been effected for all but $251,822,000 as
of 31 August 1945. A monthly record
of'the
backlog of Eixcess and surplus property awaiting disposition
action' by the War Department
may be found in Appendix D, page 94.

period

from

25

MILLIONS

150

0

OF

300

SIG
ENG

cws
Al CTI ION

QM
TC

18

i

.
.
.
.
.

$5,224,067 $4,572,245 $651,822
63,106
3,085,436 3,=?2,330
2,138,631 1,549,915 588,716
1,057,849
688,697 369,242
216,452
A@?904 46,548
446,508
334,549 111,959
57,897
52,772
5s5
82,884
50,427 32,457
141,828
136,431
5,397
46,904
33,570 13,334
88,309
83,655
4,654

26

PLANT

CLEARANCE
ARMY

DOLLARS

ORD

MED

.
.
.

Awaiting
Dispdsition

In addition
to the excess and surplus
property awaitdisposition
action
by the
War Depertment on 31 August referned to above,
surplus property
amounting to $1,972,339,000
which had been reported to disposal agencies
was still
in the Army's hands awaiting
deagencies.
‘Livery orders from the disposal
4SF property
accounted for $790,977,000 of.
this
total amount awaiting disposal
agency
action on 31 August.
Chart 25 shows for the
ASF the total
amount of property that
had
been reported
to disposal
agencies,
the
amounts that had been transferned
to or on
order of the disposal agencies,and the amount
awaiting action by disposal agencies.
A record of the backlog of surplus
WDproperty
which was awaiting action by disposalagmciss
is shown by month in Appendix D, page 94.
CHART

SURPLUS ASF PROPERTY
REPORTED
AND TRANSFERRED
TO DISPOSAL
AGENCIES
I JUS 1944-31 AUG 1945
xRvIcE

E
.
Ordnance
Signal.
Engineers
ch&cal
.Medical
QM..
.
TC . . .
sv. con.

SandS)
Disposition

IQ45

through 31 August 1945 excess‘ md

CHART

. .

l?mm

31 August 1945

REQUESTS
AIR

FORCES

THOUSAND

1

:::
:;1:;:

4
TOTAL
COMPLETED

COMPLETED

.

I

i

PROPERTY DISPO<SITION

CHART

Plant clearance requests received by the
WarDepartment
during
the period
ntiberea
51,472 of which 42,840 had been completed by
The following
table shows a dis31 August.
tribution&the
requests received and cleared
by service.

27

PLANT

CLEARANCE
ARMY

REQUESTS

SERVICE

COMPLETED

FORCES

THOUSAND

PIANTCiZAFXVCEREQlJEYl!S
1 act 1944 - 31 Aw 1945
/Received

Service

TOTAL . . .
Am

. . . . .

. . . . .
Ordnance.
. . .

Signal.....

0

0

J

F

M

A

I(

J

J

A

I945

COMTRA(;T-1OM

IXVXNTORm

Upon termination
of war oontracts,the
War Department is chargd‘with
responsibility
for
clearing
inventories
from contractors1
plants within 60 days after receipt of clearance requests.
From lJunelg44tbrough
31
August
1945 the War Department received
clearance
requests for about $710,41g,OOO of
contractor-owned
termination
inventories.
As
may be seen in the following
table, all but
$131,017,000 of the total had been cleared by
'31 kwwt 1945. .The major portion of the
ai6pof3iti0effected
represented
property
retained
by the contraotors.
Data on the
value of Inventories
received and cleared,
ana on amounts awaiting clearance are presented in Appetiti
D, pa&s 95 and 96.

Engineers
. . .
Chemical.
. . .
Medical
. . . .
Quartermaster
.
Transportation
.

/ -p$$ic[g

51,472

42,840

8,632

29,712

26,677

3,035

21,760
14;w7
3,274
2,172
485

16 16
-3
9,93
2,821

E!?
,1 1

1,751

421
92

393

78
742

98
1,099

535

453

93

Of the total
number of requests
completed by the War Department,
89.5 percent
were cokpleted within
the 60-day period allowed under the Contract Settlement Act.. For
the AAF this
percentage was 88.6 percent end
for the ASF go.9 percent.
charts 26 ana 27
show the total nwnber of clearances completed
monthly together with the number requiring
more than 6~ days to complete.
Data showing
the number of requests received an& completed
monthly are shown in Appendix D, pages 96
ana 97.
CHART

28

RECEIPTS

FROM

SALVAGE

SALES

MILLION
$10.0

1

)

COMTRACT
TERMINATIONINKENTORIES
lJune1944
- 31 August 1945
Item

DISPOSITIONS .
Retained' or
Sold b.v Con.
Serviceable
.
Sorap~. . . .
Title Taken
byGov-t..

226,205

78,064

AUG
ON HAND-31

131,017

48,675

148,141

82,342

JFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

1944

~\!IikAJt~~Y’\I~RARY
9’

1945

‘.9

PROPERTY

SALvm

sAI;Es

DISPOSITION

Total receipts of the ASIF
scrap by the ASF.
to $d.o,448,ooo
of whioh $107,808,000
represented
receipts from sales of scrap by
the technical
services
and $32,64o,OOO sales
by the service cammands. Monthly data on receipts
fbm sales of scrap may be found in
Appendix D, page 97.
CEUIIS

from1
January19~
During the period
fkom sales
through 31 August 1945, receipts
of _War Department scrap property amounted to
$160,625,000. As indicated in Chert 28, the
bulk of these receipts represented
sales of

DEPOT
The work of the systems of technical
service depots required to supply global operations during World War II is here treated
ae20t
supply operations
ma
as two fields,
depot storage operations.
The termDepot Supply Operations is used
to cover the broad field of distribution
and
stock control involving
the requisitioning
of
materiel
by the using unit, processing
and
shlpmentbythe
responsible
technical
service,
and maintenance of adequate stock control.
At the depot level the depot stock control
division
is responsible
for these operations
which may be describea as the "paper work"
incidental
to effective
supply.
In&nuch as
the auties
and responsibilities
of depot
stock control divisions
conslstea principally
of processing
documents, they were measure&
in terms of a docMlentary
unit.
The unit of
measure selected for this purpose was the
"requisition
line item", a single
entry-on a
requisition,
representing
a request
from'a
using unit (post, damp, station,
or overseas
theater)
for a given quantity of a single
stock item to be shipped at a specified Idme.
By following
this unit through the processing
steps.in the aepot (or technical
service aepot system) a measure was obtained of the efficiency
and aispatch with which demands were
of requisition
processing
met. Completion
reflected
the physical movement of materiel
to troops in the united States ma overseas.

OPERATIONS
per month for the period for which data were
collected
(October 1943 through August 1945).
It must be borne in mina in considering
these
and other data that the requisition
line item
Is not a uniform
unit of measure. A line
item may call for shipment of any stock Item
in any given quantity;
for example the same
requisition
might contain line items ranging
in relative
weight from one screwdriver to
several
Diesel engines.
The unit
cannot, be
considered
uniform even as to the amount of
paper work required
to process,
because in
the transition
Tram the requisition
to the
shipping
document many line
items can be
handled in their entirety
whereas a line item
calling
for 500 carloaas of flour,
for example, would require as many shipping documents. The use of the unit was justifiable,
however, under the pIassure of wartime conditions, since it provided a more or less rough
measureof supply efficiency&
was relatively
sFmple to tabulate.
CHART

29

NUMBER OF LINE ITEMS ON HAND FOR PROCESSING
BY TECHNICAL
SERVICE SUPPLY SYSTEMS
MlUlO

N?
a

\

6

The functions of receiving,
shipping,
and warehousing were physically
performed at
the depot level by depot storage
divisions.
The efficiency
with which these activities
were conductedwas measured in terms of tonnage handled in ana out of the depot and
utilization
of storage space and personnel.

4

DEPOTSOPERATEDBY?TECBNICAL
SERVICES

2

Number
of
Depots

Date

.

o-

-L1

I

1

I

I

1

/

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

_

ONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

31
31
31
31
31

December 1941
December 1942
December 1943
December 1944
August 1945 .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

1943

55

126
127
127
127

In the following
pages are presented
more significant
data relating
to these
broad categories of supply activity.

1944

1945

+ Prior data not, available

the
two

DEPOTSUPPLYOPERATIONS
The total
volume of requisition
line
items available
for processing
(including
those on hand at the begInning
and those r+
ceived au.ng
the period) averaged 6,400,000

In Chart 29 the absolute
numbers of requisition
line items available
for processing
in technical
service depota are plotted
by
months for the period for which data are
available.
(See als? pages 99-105 of Appendix E for data by technical
service.)
These data include
some duplication
since
line items extracted by one depot appear in
the counts both for that depot snd for the
one to which they are extracted.)
The number
of line
items for shipment to overseas theaters is shown separately.
Again, these flgures are not an indication
of the relative

21'

,

DEPOT OPERATIONS
weight of overseas supply.
Overseas requisitions were generally
consoLidatea at theater
headquarters and line
items thereon,
representing the needs of an entire theater,
called for consistently
greater
quantities
than
aid
line
items on Zone-of-Interior
requisitions representing
the demands of a single
post, camp, or station.
Global offensive operations were continPrompt
gent on speedy ma
efficient
supply.
requisitions
was a
compliance with theater
primary
objective of all
technical
service
supply systems.
In 1944, with the publica:
tion of Technical Manual M-411, 'Procedures
for Supply of Overseas Theaters,"
detailed
and standardized regulations
were established
for processing overseas requisitions.
Later,
similar
"Procedures
for Processing
Domestic
Requisitions"
were established with the publication
of Technical Manual M-414. In August
1944, arrangements were made to obtain a
breakdown of data between overseas and domestic requisition
line items.
One of the measures used to indicate the
efficiency
of the supply system was the spot
availability
of materiel to meet the demands
represented
by requisition
line
items. As
shown by Chart 30, about 15 percent
of all
line items were usuallynotlmmediately
available for shipment; for overseas line
items
Immediate
this ratio was a little
higher.
availability
meant that the item could be
shipped at once from the depot which initially received the requisition
line
item. The
materiel might be and often was available
in
another depot, but "extracting"
the item from
the initial
depot to another
occasioned some
delay and for the purpose of checking
supply
CHART

30

LINE ITEMS NOT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE
AS PERCENT OF THOSE PROCESSED
BY STOCK CONTROL DIVISIONS

ASONDJFMAMJJA

1944

22

1945

CHART

31

WAREHOUSE
REFUSALS
AS PERCENT OF
TOTAL LINE ITEMS ORDERED FOR SHIPMENT

_

PERCENT

6

4
ASONDJFMAMJJA

1944

1945

effectiveness
such items were considered as
The number of
not immediately
available.
line
items not available
within the entire
technical
service
aepot system was indicatea
by the number of line
items placed on backorder.
(See pwe 98).
In processing
line
items through
the
depot, the Stock Control Division determined
availability
from stock records and ordered
the line
item for shipment by placing the
line
item on the order copy of the War Department shipping document.
The order copy
of the War Department shipping
document was
then transmitted
to the Storage Division
for
picking,
packaging,
marking,
and otherwise
At this point,
if
preparing
for shipment..
stock was not physically
available
in the
by the
warehouse or coda
not be located
Storage Division the result was a "warehouse
refusal"
and the line item was checked back
to the Stock Control Division
for reprocessing. At the same time an inventory of the
stock recstock item was made to reconcile
ords with the physical stock position.
Beginning
with August 1944, warehouse
refusals
were tabulated
by each depot and
used as part of a concerted
effort to keep
stock records in agreement with physical inventories.
The sucess of this
effort
in
reflected
in Chart 31 which shows warehouse
refusals as a percent of the total number of
line items offered
for shipment each month.
In August 1944, the first
month for which
these data were collected,
almost 6 percent
of all
line
items offered for shipment resulted in warehouse refusals.
Each month
thereafter
there was improvement and by August 1945 only 1.2 percent of line items of-

t

DEPOT

fered for
shipment
house refusals.

were resulti-

in

ware-

According
to depot supply prooedures,
line
items were held on back order only in
the svent of national unavailability;
i.e.,
the item was not available
for shipment from
any point in the entire supply systq.
Numerous exceptions
to this procedure
occurred
for various
reasons of convenience,
but in
general the number of line
items on back order may be regarded as a statement
of the
number of requisition
line
items which could
not be supplied as of any given date.

OPERATIONS

CHART

33

LINE ITEMS OFFERED FOR SHIPMENT
AFTER EXPIRATION OF TIME LIMITS
AS PERCENT OF TQTAL

OFFERED. FOR SHIPMENT

PERCENT

20 -

I5 -

IO 3_-,
CHART

32

LINE

ITEMS

HELD

ON

BACK

ORDER

MILLION
1.5

-

-

5-

OA

ONDJFMAMJJA

1944

Procedures for proceaaing
domestic reaid not provide a similar date, 00
quisitions
for reporting
purposes only arbitrary
time
limits
were established
for measuring depot
performance.

lh
\

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ONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

VI943

.

1944

1945

1945

In Chart 33 the number of line/items
offered for shipment after expiration
of such
time limits
is shown as a percent of the total number offered
for shipment &.zring the
month.
These data are shown by technical
service
on pages 99-105 of Appendix E.
It
will be noted that
the proportion
6f line
tendency to
items offered late had a definite
increase
from month to month.
Certain fattora causing late offerings
were not within
the control
of the individual
depot or the
technical
service concerned.
For example,
late offerings
were often accaaioned by late
receipt of the requisition
or extract.
5-1
4uguat 1945 more than 19 percent of all requisition
line
items ati 36.9 percent of an
extracted line items arrived
late at depots.
Delayed transportation
releases or Office of
Defense Transportation
permits were also beyond the control of the depot and were the
deciding factor in a number of late offeriwa
(41,075 or about 2 percent inAugust .of 1945).

The absolute
number of line
items on
back order is shown in Chart 32 as of thL end
of each month from October 1943 through August 1945. These data are shown by technical
service on wea
99-105 of Appendix E. At
.the end of October 1943, the first
month for
which such data were compiled,
more than
l,25O,OOO requisition
line igems were being
held on back order by all technical
service
depots.
This backlog waa steadily
re&loed
throughout the following
months as supply
overtook
demand, ana by 31 August 1945 only
273,000 requisition
line items were being
held on back order in the entire ASF depot
system.

DEF'OTSTORAGEOPEEUTIONS

Shipping schedules
established by ports
of embarkation
included a "limiting
date"
shown on port extract requisitions
to depots,
by whioh time line
items were to be.set up
reaQ for
ahipmnt.
This date provided
a
ready measure of the performance of depots in
complying with established
schedules.

Number and Distribution
of Depots
As of 3 August 1945. the technical
services
of the A&y Se&c;
Forces were operating
127 depots.
Of these, ll
were ASF
(jointly
occupied by two or more technical
services)
depots operated by the Quartermaater Corps and 10 were holding; and reconsie-

23

T

.

DEPOT OPERATIONS
ment points
operated by the Transportation
Corps, most of which were also usea for storage of Transportation
supplies.
The number
of depots operated by each technical
service
ia shown in the following'table.

CHART

35

OPEN
MILLION
&I.
FT.

STORAGE
SPACE
AT DEPOTS

TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Ordnance
Quartermaster
............
Engineers ...........
Transportation
........
signal

47

I 1 1 1 28
15
11
a

............

Medical ............
Chemical Warfare
Adjutant General

2

.......
.......

5

These depots are strategically
located
throughout the IJnited States, with the greateat concentrations
backing up the ports or
located near the most important manufactming
districts.
They are found in 30 of the 48
states.
The greatest
concentration
was in
California
(18 depots), followea in order by
New York (11 depots), Ohio (10 depots), and
Pennsylvania (7 depots).
The states-of
Massachusetts, New Jersey, Illinois
and Washington had 6 depots each.
Storage Space at Depots
Storage apace is of two distinct
types,
covered and open. The warehouse and shed
(covered) space is presented in Chart 34 aa
Appendix E, page 106. By the summer of 1942,
construction
of this type of space had, for
all practical
purposes, been completed.
Except for a slight recession during the summer
of 1944, the trend in occupancy was constantCHART

34

WAREHOUSE AND SHED STORAGE SPACE
AT DEPOTS - (END OF MONTH)
%GN
IS0 1

1942

1943

1944

1945

ly upward from the beginning
of the war. By
V-J Day, covered space for general
supplies
was 75 percent occupied; this
approaches the
practical
working
capacity
of 80 to 85
percent.
The critical
type of storage area is
always the covered space. Open hardstanding
areas can be quickly and cheaply constructed,
and, as shown in Chart 35, large unimproved
areas are used for the storage of supplies.
Occupancy of open areas increased
throughout
the war, but new construction
kept well ahead
of the demand. On 31 August, open hardstanaing areas were 54 percent occupied.
(Amendix E, page 107).
There was an aaaltioml
26,000,QOO square feet of unimproved open,
area occupied.
(Chart 35).
On 31 August, 6 percent of the goods in
covered areas and a percent of those in open
areas were nonissuable to the Army. For the
most part these were surpluses.

SDMJSDMJSDMJA

1942

24

1943

1944

1945

Igloos
and magazines for the storage
of high explosives
reached a capacity of
about 30,000,OOO square feet by mid-1943, and
the capacity
has increased
very slightly
since that date. With the end of hostilities
in Europe, ammunitionwhichnormally
by-passed
the depots, going direct
to ports, was diverted
into depots, and large quantities
already shipped were returned
to the depots.
This required the preparation
of emergency
open storage
sites
for ammunition.
In the
four-month
period from 30 April to 31 August
1945, the amount of ammunition in storage
more than doubled.
(Charts 36 and page 107of
Appendix E.)

DEPOT
CHART

OPERATIONS

36

CHART

AMMUNlTlON

STORAGE
DEPOTS

AT

MILLION

xl. FT
60

I

(END

38

GENERAL

SPACE

SUPPLIES*

HANDLED

AT DEPOTS

%lkO”

I
OF

2.5

2.0 ;

20
0.5

F

,e
,,,,..;..,... ..:.’
o,~::::‘,‘::‘...::.‘:::‘:.

‘...
:,:,

4iH

2ND

IST

1943
1942

1943

1944

1945

*All

On 31 August,
igloo e.na magazine space
was a5 percent
occupied, and open ammunition
sites were 80 percent occupied.
Materials Handled at Depots
The trend, of tonnage received, at and
shipped from depots
is illustrated
in Chart
37, and a aetailea tabulation
is preselited in
Appendix E, page 108. Depot receipts
increased almost continuaaaly
throughout
the
war, reaching a pesk of 3,149,OOO tons during
curMay 1945, but with production sharply

4TH

SRD

MONTHLY

0

CHART

~~- ~~

AVERAGE

FOR

Is-r

1944

supplies

other

JRD

2ND

QUARTER

1945

than high explosives.

tailed,
receipts
droppea
off rapidly
after
V-E Day. Depot shipments followed a somewhat
more erratic
course, but rose to a peak aurig July and August 1944 of 2,380,ooo
tons
per month. This was the only time that total
shipents
exceeded total receipts,
thus resulting in a small net withdrawal from storaige (Char-t 37). Shipments also dropped very
sharply after V-E Day.
The trend of receipts
and shipments of
general supplies at depots is only available

37

MATERIALS

HANDLED

MILLION
TONS
31

CHART

AT DEPOTS

39

HIGH EXPLOSIVES

RECEIPTS

-

2
/

/

I

THCUSAND
TONS
800

-r@--N

.I

HANDLED AT DEPOTS

I

I

I

\

/’

)A

\

/

\

600
\
\

SHIPMENTS

4.

t

I

:.:.:
.::.>::.y:.:.:.,
.,.,
.,.,.:
::.
,..:
:.:...A
...,.,
.,,.
o~~~

.,;;::g::
y!;;:{:>:
.::::.::
,.::::::::::::::.
::.:q::..
..::::c::::.:.:::
.:::‘:::.x,i
::y:j;
:::.:..,.
.3y.y
::.:.:
:.y:.:
:.:.:.

200

p?.&

,,,,I~~~~~

0
NET WITHDRAWAL/
FROM STORAGE

I4

1942

I
I

I
2

I
3
MONTHLY

1943

I
4

I
AVERAGE

I
2
FOR

I
4
3
QUARTER

1944

I
I

I
2

200
3

4TH

IST

2ND
MONTHLY

1945

1943

3RD
AVERAGE

1944

4TH
FOR

IST

2ND

JR0

QUARTER

1945

25

*

DEPOT

OPERATIONS

beginning

with the fourth
quarter
of 1943
representing
re(chart 38). The two lines
ceipts and shipments run almost parallel,
and
at no time did shipments exceed receipts.
In
other words, there were net gains in stored
tonnageof general supplies at depots throughout the war period.

In contrastto
the general supply depots,
the ammunition depots served their
normal
function as a reservoir
to be drawn upon when
needed, and throughout most of the year 1944
there were net withdrawals of amnunition from
stored stocks (Chart 39). After the end of
hostilities
in Europe, shipments of ammunitionfromdepots
declined drastically,
whereas
receipts
at first
increased,
causing very
.
large additions to stored tonnage.
CHAPT

CHART

DEPOT SHIPMENTS

TO PORTS

MILLION
TONS

2’o

r-r-i

1.5

1.0

a5

40

0

DEPOT

MILLION
TONS

2.5

41

RECEIPTS

BY SOURCE

1

_

I
DIRECT

FROM

I
IST

1
3RD

2ND

4TH
MONTHLY

I

I

I

IST

2ND

3RD

AVERAGE

1943

I

4TH

I

I

IST

2ND

3RI

FOR OUARTER

1944

1945

PROCUREMENT

2.0

Personnel and Equipment
The securing of adequate personnel
end
equipment to handle the constantly
increasing
load at depots was a problem throughout the
of storage operaMechanization
war period.
tions, using the palletized
load, solved the
lift
trucks at
The number of fork
problem.
depots increased
from 900 to 6,200 in the
three-year period from September 1942 to AUgust 1945. A campaign was pushed to keep
these fork lift
trucks
in service, and the

1.5

I.“ou-

JAN

FE6

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

Jul.

AUG

1945

CHART

42

INDEXES
AND

Depot receipts from procurement
reached
a peak of 2,190,OOO tons in May 1945, and by
August had declined to 1,330,OOO tons.
During the same 'period
returns
to depots of
goods previously
issued were slowly
rising;
they amounted 'to 440,000 tons by August

@TH

OF TONS HANDLED
EQUIPMENT USED
QUARTER

1943 - 100)

PERCENT

(chart 40).

k

Shipments to ports by depots reached a
peak of 1,620,ooo tons in August 1944, and
almobt touched this high point again in JanuThese do not, of
(chart 41).
my 1945.
course, include all shipments to ports, since
large quantities
of supplies went direct from
manufacturing facilities
to ports of embarkation, completely by-passing the depot system.
A more detailed
analysis of depot receipts
end shipments is found on pege 109 of Appendix E.
26

ONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

1943
* For receiving

I944
and shipping employees.

1945

DEPOT
percent out of service dropped from 9 percent
during the last qusster of 1943 to 3 percent
at the close of the war. (See Appendix E,
p43e 110)
The number of storage employees at depots was cut from 113,000 in June 1943 to
91,000 in September 1943, end this lower
level wes well maintained throughout the rest
of the wsr period.
(Appendix E, pagellL
The
number of receiving
end shipping employees at
depots was consistently
reduced, even while
the total
tonnage handled was increasing.
There were 51,000 receiving
and shipping
employees in October 1943, when depots handled 3,500,OOO tons, in end out. In the peak

OPERATIONS
month of May 1945, when depots
handled
5,300,OOO tons of materiel,
the number of receiving and shipping employees had been reduced to 35,000. The result of this increased
efficiency
is shown in Chart 42. The number
of tons handled per men-day of receiving
and
shipping
employee more than doubled in 18
months. The figure
was 2.9 tons per man in
October 1943 and 6.1 tons per man per day in
May and June 1945. The very sharp decrease
In tonnage handled after V-E Dey caused a
downward trend In the ton-handling
ratLo, although in August 1945 it was still
5.6 tons
permen per day. The improvement would be
even more striking
if data were available
for
months prior to October 1943.

.

27 ’

RATION SUPPLY OVERSEAS
TYFES AANDBRATION

SUPPLYOVERSEAS

In January 1942 a War Department letter
"Supplyof
Overseas Depextments, Theaters end
Separate Bases" established
the broad outline
of overseas supply procedure end defined responsibilities
of the key sgencies through
which the procedure was to function;
i.e.,
the field
force
and overseas commanders
ports of embarkation, technical
services ani
Zone of Interior
depots.
Under this
system
the supply of subsistence and fuel was automatic, that is by periodic shipments of quantities
determined
on the basis of the number
of troops
at the overseas base and the prescribed level of reserves in terms of days of
supply.
A War Department letter
of 11 July 1942
prescribed
mimimum levels
with a maximum
level
to provide
an "operating
level" or
cushion for consumption between .supply con:
in
-JOYS, or in the event of an interruption
In general,
the system of automatic
supply.
supply of subsistence
worked successfully
throughout the war supplemented on occasion
by requisitions
from the overseas theater.
The system was based on monthly reports from
each theater indicating
the status of supply,
and thus had some of the elements of supply
by requisition
since it was based on actual
rather than anticipated
shortages.
At the
seme time it did not wholly answer the purpose of the requisition
method to fill
specific needs as they arise, first
because it
operated periodically,
irrespective
of emergency demands end second because it replenished overseas stocks only up to a predetermined level
which was not always sufficient
for extraordinary
needs.
Appendix F, pages 112 and 113, the supply
status of types A end B rations+(basic
tions
for troops) is compared with estzlished
minimum end maximum levels
for the
more important theaters
at the end of each
month. All data are shown in terms of balanced theater
days of supply.
A balanced
theater day of supply represents the quantity
of rations requiredto
supply theater strength
*

TYPE A BATION. is a balanced ration,
including perishable
items, for use through
regular mess units.
TYPE B RATION is a balanced ration,
issued
to troops
in. the field for use through
'regular mess units; usually
consists of nonperishable
items but may include perishable
items when available
locally
or when shipping
conditions
permit.

.

with a balanced diet
for one calendar
day.
Thus, the actual quentity
represented by a
day of supply varied
for any given theater
with variations
in theater strength and with
chsnges in the menu provided, end also varied
Excluded from the data
between theaters.
shown in Appendix F are supplies
on hand of
unbalanced
components of types A and B rations.
It will be noted that authorized theater
levels were generally reduced as supply lines
became less llable to interruption
end shipping facilities
became more adequate.
In the tables
in Appendix F, the supply
status
is reflected
by a comparison of the
days of supply actually
on hand in the theater at the end of the quarter
with minimum
and maximum levels.
The system of supply
provided for an additional
number of days to
be placed in the "pipe-line
of supply" (that
enroute to the theater)
over and above
is,
the maximum theater level. This was a special
level including
authorized projects,
approved
requisitions
for quantities
beyond authorized
theater levels and shipping time to the theater.
The effect of the special level was to
establish
the maximum theater level
as the
target for quantities
expected to be on hand'
in the theater at any given point of time.
During.the
initial
phases of building
up
oversea theater
strength,
supply of rations
levels
often outstripped
maximum authorized
projected
as shipments were made against
theater strength. This was particularly
true,
for example, in the European Theater through
October of 1943 when the number of days of
supply on hand was far above the authorized
maxims level.
After Octaber 1943 stocks on
hand were in line
with authorized levels except for the period
April-August
1943 when
days of supply on hand fell below the minimum
level for the European Theater because other
were in higher shipping
types of material
priorities.
For operating purposes the supply status
of any given theater was regarded as generally
satisfactory
if the balanced days of
supply on hand were above the minimum authorized level and did not exceed the maximum
level by unwarranted munts.
Supply of rations to overseas theaters was maintained in
reasonably
close alignment
with authorized
levels throughout the war.
\
NW.I!E: The dollar value of deliveries
of all
subsistence is discussed in the procurement
Chapter, and recorded in Appendix A, page 80.

29

TRANSPORTATION
IXLAND TRANSPORTATION
Troop Movements
The railroads
handled more than 95 percent of the troops transported within theU,S.
Almost 33,000,OOO lien
ipuring World War II.
were included in organized troop movements of
40 men or more.
(See Appendix G, page 114).
The average length
of haul for these organized moves was ftbout 1,000 miles per man. In
addition there were many million
troop moves
ip groups of less than 40, andas individuals.
CHART

43

TROOPS

MOVED

BY RAIL*

ing the 29 months for which records are available (Apr. 1943 - Aug. 1945), these bureaus
handled 5,500,OOO requests for reservations.
They succeeded in obtaining reservations
for
96 percent of the requests.
The War Department owne& a reserve pool
of about 11,000 buses 6n 31 August 1945. The
majority of these buses were in official
use
by the War Department,
but about one-third
rere used for transporting
workers to and
from employment at facilities
vital to the
war effort.
&my of these buses were leased
to private
contractor0
for operation.
The
allocation
of these buses was handled by the
Army Transportation
Corps.

THOUSAND
1000

r--l---

Freight Handled
Army freight
(as measuredbyrail
freight
ton-miles)
increased
from 900 million
tonmiles in December 1941 to 7,930 million
tonwhich it fell off
miles in June 1945, after
(Chart 44) At its peak, army frsharply.
eight shipnts
accounted for about 12.5 percent of total rail shipments within the U. S.

500

The army shippea 293 million
tons of
freight
by rail 214 billion
ton-miles,
making
an average length of haul per ton of 730 miles.
In addition about l,OOO,OOO tons were shipped
26,500,000 tons by motor
by rail
express,
and somewhat more than 4,000,OOO tons
truck,
via inland waterways. (Appendix G, Page 115).

250

I

0
DECI

2

3

4

I2

MONTHLY
‘41
*

In

organized

1942
groups

3

4

AVERAGE

1943
of

I

I2
FOR

I
3

I
4

I

I2

3

QUARTER

1944

Errery efDort was made to use the transportation
capacity ofthe country at its high-

1945

40 or more.

AS will
be noted in Chart 43, there were
two peaks In the sxmy movement of troops within Continental U. S.
The first
occurred in
April 1943 (1,040,OOO troops).
This peak was
associated
with large
inductions
into
the
m,
a very heavy training
schedule, and inoverseas.
Increasing
shipments of troops
ternal troop movements then dropped to about
The second peak was
500,000 in April
1945.
the last month of the war (August 1945). Of
the 1,170,OOO troops moved that month, about
490,000 were returning
from overseas.

The Transportation
COrp8
operated 44
Army Reservation Bureaua, with 48 branch ofin key
fices
located in railway
stations
These
cities throughout the United States.
bureaus assisted in the movement of Officers,
employees of the
enlisted
men and civilian
competent
war Department traveling
under
personnel travorders, ana assisted military
Dureling on leave of absence or furlough.

CHART

44

WAR DEPARTMENT FREIGHT
MOVED BY RAIL
BILLION
TON-MILES

-DEc

194l

I

2

3

1942

4
I
MONTHLY

2
3
AVERAGE

1943

4
I
2
FOR QUARTER

3

1944

4

1

2

1945

31

3

TRANSPORTATION
est efficiency.
Freight
cars were loaaed to
capacity wherever possible,rnd
a~ illustrated
monthly bulletin
was published by the Transportation
Corps calling attention
to violations of proper loading procedures.

deal of money in rail
rates was also saved.
The peak of consolidated
oar
3xtivity
was
reached in May 1945, when 109,000 tons were
dispatched.
(Appendix G, page 117)
PORTACTIVITIES

The freight
oar situation
became critical in the fall of 19&,
and for the period
February-April
1945 there were serious
car
shortages.
As a car saving means, the Army
Service Forces put on a vigorous
campaign to
avoid waste in the time taken to load and unload
cars. Although demurrage does not begin
until after
the first
48 hours, the goal of
the Army Service Forces was to release
oars
within 24 hours.
The proportion
of oars released within 24 hours was increased from 62
percent in July and August 1944 to 71 percent
in April 1945. (Appendix G, Page l.l7)Another car-saving
activity
operated by
the Army Transportation
Corps was the ArmyNavy Consolidatd
r;ar service.
This agency

Troops and Other Passengers Handled
The ports of embarkation arooessed. inb0ma and outbouna,
10,400,ooO troops' and
other passengers during the war. The trend is
movement
shown in Chart 45. The outbound
predominated
through April 1945.
Beginning
with May troops returning
from overseas outnumbered those going overseas, and by the end
of the war the greatly accelerated
return of
was already e-ddent.
troops from overseas
The last month of the war (August) was the
busiest war month at ports in the handling of
passengers, when 582,000 men were processed.
The war recor& of the eight
handled passengers is as follows:
Port

CHART

45

TOTAL
PASSENGERS HANDLED AT U.S. PORTS

THOUSAND

m

New York
San Francisco
Hampton Roads
Boston
Seattle
N@Orleans
Los Ange&es
Charleston

Total

x0,352,146
4,332,829
2,173,514
1,210,842
1>;-;,;g

277: 540
261,146
114,405

ports which

Outbound

Inbouna

7,293,354

3,0%,-m

;;;i,',;n';

1,160,051
503,805

'725;880
740,705

484,962

420,850
226,494

188:270

~0,844
72,876

35,495

78,910

2:;:

At the close dthe war the ports operated twelve
staging areas with a capacity of
134,000 in-transit
troops..
(Appendix G,
page ~8)
At the time when outbnvncl troops
were in the ascendency,
staging
areas had a
capacity almost double that at the close of
the war, the peak month being May 1943, when
24 staging areas had a capacity
of almost
249,000 men.

cargo Handled
DEC
141

I

2

3

1942

4
I
MONTHLY

2
3
AVERAGE

1943

234123
4
I
FOR QUARTER

1944

1945

consolidated
less than carload shipments at
dispatched them through as
important points,
solid cars, and then redistributed
them near
the destination
points.
As a great deal of
this movement was west-bound, it was possible
to use 46,000 refrigerator
cars which would
normally return empty in this
service.
This
operation
not only saved cars; but of much
greater importance
to the Army and Navy was
the saving in time, and the Improved control
of their shipments.
Incidentally,
a great

32

The ports
of embarkation
were not only
the place where ships picked up troops
an&
cargo for
The theater
overseas shipment.
commands were inaependent of the major contiGround, and Service)
nental
U. S. Wr,
forces,
and the Darts
were the dmnectq
link of the Army Service Forces intheir
dealing with these independent overseas commands.
The ports processed the paper work involved
in supplying
the troops
overseas,
whether
such supply was automatic,
semi-automatic
or
Nearly all the knowon a requisition
basis.
ledge in the ASF oDncerning overseas supply
matters was obtained by or through the ports.
The ports not only provided staging areas for
the prooessing of troops,
but also operated

TR+$NSPORTATION
ten Holding and Reconsignment Points for temporary storage of cargo destined for overseas
(in addition
to the storage
space at the
ports).
An indication
of the size an& complexity
of the ports' job is the fact
that
they employed more then 180,000 people during
the peak war activity.
The ports
hanalea 135,000,OOO measurement tons of cargo during the war. The record
of the ten cargo handling
ports was as follows:
Port

Total
-'housM/T

126,788

TOTAL . .
New York . , .
San Francisco
Seattle
. .
Hsmpton Roads
Boston . . . .
Los Angeles
.
New Orleans
.
Baltimore
. ,
Philadelphia
.
Charleston . .

Outbouna

Inbound
J!hous M/T kousM/T

39,668
25,132
14,085
13,300
9,864
9,023
7,737
;$69:
31368

37,800
23,685

11,885
12,522
zz;
71241

8,141
1,868

1,448
2,200
778
466
379
4%

6,504

During World War I the transportation
system of the country got into the worst snsxl
in history.
There was congestion at ports, in
rail yards and on the railroads.
The confuaion Vas sogreat that the government was forced to take over the entire
rail system, and
this only alleviated
but did not cure the
situation.
The basic difficulty
was a lack
of coordination
in scheduling of shipments.
Supplies were sent to the ports regardless of
whether there happened to be any ships there
to take them away, sd the railroads
refused
to abandon their usual competetive practices.
It was determined that
this
experience
would not be repeated in World War II.
The
ra-ilroads
continued to operate under their
own private management, and there was not a
single day of port congestion.
The only dirficulty
the railroads
had was caused by most
CHART

4 7

PERCENT OF CARS
HELD AT PORTS MORE THAN IO DAYS
PERCENI-

‘23
152

The tonnage of supplies
goi&
through
the'ports
increased steadily throughout
the
war until MEtrch, 1945 (Chart 46), when about
6,130,ooo
measurement tons were
Subsequent war months showed a moderate decline.
In the last
few months of the wax
cargo was being returned from overseas at the
rate of about 700,000 tons per month.

I

30

hmaiea.

CHART

20

46

IO

CARGO HANDLED

AT U.S. PORTS

MILLION
TONS

71

‘4

I2
/

I

3I
MONTHLY

142

1943

4

I2

AVERAGE

I

3I

4

I2.3
I

I

,

FOR QUARTER

1944

1945

unfavorable
weather,
and this
was of very
short duration.
The desired coordination
was
brought
about by a system of permits set up
by the Office of Defense Transportation
and.
supervised
for army freight
by the Traffic
Control
Division
of the Army Transportation
Corps.
The situation
at ports was watched
constantly
and some of the more important
data are shown in Appendix G, page 119.

‘41

1942

1943

1944

1945

At no time were the export cars on hand
at ports greater than50 percent of the capacity for such cars, ana at the end of the War
it was 23 percent.
It was established as a
goal that no car would be hela at the port
more than 10 days, and the almost constant
progress towards this goal throughout the War
period is illustrated
in Chart 47. The percent of cars held more than 10 days at ports

33

TRANSPORTATION
dropped from 48 in July 1942 to 5 during July
of port
congestion
1945 * Another indicator
is the amount of time it would take to unload
all cars at the then current rate of unloading, commonly referred to as the days "bank".
It was informally
agreed that this "bank"
should not exceed 7 days. As shown in Chart
48, the days "bank" ‘was very seldom above 7
days and positive
progress
was made throughAt the end of
out the war in reducing it.
August 1945 there was a 3.3 days "bank" on
hand at the ports, and this despite the fact
the termination
of the war cancelled many
shipments already enroute to port.
(Special
procedures were set up and used on both V-E
and V-J days to turn e,roUna all embargoed
freight
enroute to ports).
CHART

CHART

49

PASSENGERS EMBARKED TO
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC THEATERS

48

DAYS

BANK OF EXPORT
AT U.S. PORTS

FREIGHT

01
DEC

I

2

DAYS

8

4

I

2

MONTHLY

I

I

I

‘41

\

6

2/-l
I

0

3

I

I

1942

is shown in increased
area.

I

I

,

I

I

3
AVERAGE

1943

4

I
FOR

2

3

4

’I 2’

3

QUARTER

1944

1945

troop movements to that

As shown in Appendix G, page 121 the European theater
received
the most men, about
3,340,ooo. Pacific
Ocean Areas, the Southwest Pacific
Theater, and the Mediterranean
Theater all
received
en almost identical
number of troops, l,lOO,OOO each; or all put
together,
about the same as the European Theater.

4,2341234123
MONTHLY

‘42

1943

AVERAGE

FOR

I944

QUARTER

1945

The army shipped about 42 percent of all
the export
freight
shipped during the War,
and the Navy about 13 percent, making 55 perThe British
took
cent for the armed forces.
about 22 percent, the Russians 8 percent, and
the balance of 15 percent was for other lendlease, and commercial.
Further details
will
be found in Appendix G, page 120.
OCEANTRAFFIC
mbarkations
Of the total 7,290,OOO embarkations during the war, 6,900,OOO or 95 percent were
troops.
Other passengers included
250,000
Navy men, 110,000 civilians,
20,000 prisoners
of war and 10,000 allied military
personnel.
There were 4,62O,OOO men senttoAtlantic
theaters and 2,670,ooo to Pacific theaters.
The effect of V-E Day on enibarkations
to Atlantic theaters
is illustrated
in Chart 49.
The beginning of redeployment
to the Pacific

34

L

Of the total

troops sent overseas, about
Infantry
troops, 15 percent
Air Corps, 10 percent Engineers, 7 percent
Field Artillery,
and others
in smaller proportions.
A detailed breakdown is given in
Appendix G, pages I23 through 127.

27 percent were

Debarkations
As shown in Chart 50, debarkations.were
at a low level until V-E Day, after which returning
troops
from Atlantic
Theaters increased very rapidly.
Returning troops made
Total passenup 73 percentofthe
debarkees.
gers debarked for the War (through V-J Day)
was 3,060,boo.
Besides the troops (2,250,OOO
men) there were 450,000 prisoners
of War,
170,000 Navy men, 120,009 civilians,
and
75,000 others, mostly allied
military
perFurther
details
will
be found in
sonnel.
Appendix G, pages 127 and 128.
In the first
fifteen weeks afterR (Redeployment) Day ending 25 August, the European
end Mediterranean Theaters
reported
debarkations of 1,040,OOO troops, of which 885,000
were returlied to the United States, and abdut
155,000 were shipped direct from Europe to
Pacific Theaters.

TRANSPORTATION
CHART

50

PASSENGERS DEBARKED AT U.S. PORTS
FROM Ar’LANTIC AND PACIFIC

I

THOUSAND

I

300

Cargo shipments to Atlantic
raeaters
reached their peak in March 1945, whereas
those to the Pacific
continued to increase
through June1945.
After these dates cargo
shipments to both dseas
droppea sharply
(Chart 51).
On the measurement tonnage basis, Quartermaster
supplies were the most important
shipped overseas, accounting
for 27 percent
of the total.
The more Important
services
follow in this
order;
Ordnance 24 percent,
Air Corps 15 percent, and Corps of Engineers
14 percent.
Detailed
data bJr services
are
given in Appendix G, pages 129 and 130.

3RD

4TH

IST

2ND

MONTHLY

3RD

AVERAGE

4TH
FOR

2ND

IST

1944

1943

3RD

QUARTER
1945

Cargo Shipped Overseas
Of the l27,OOO,OOO measurement tons of
cargo shipped overseas by the Army during the
War, 78,000,000 went to Atlantic
Theaters,
and 49,000,OOO went td Pacific
Theaters.
About 36 percent of the total,
(45,000,000
tons) went to the European Theater,
about
28,ooo,ooc tons (22 percent)
went to the
Mediterranean Theater,
Pacific
Ocean Areas
and the Southwest Pacific Theaters, each recoived about 18,0o0,000
tons, or about 14
percent
each. Monthly
figures for all theaters ere showninAppendSxG, pagesl3land
132.

CHART

A little
more than 85,000 airplanes were
dispatches overseas during the war, of which
48,000 (56 percent) went by sea, and the remainder, 37,000, were flown over under their
own power. All the medium and heavy bombers
were flown over. Both the light
bombers an&

HIGH
-,.^..^
(“““3.
SHORT

EXPLOSIVES

SHIPF ‘ED

OVERSEAS

TONS

600

51

CARGO
MlLLlbN

The army shipped 11,500,OOO short tons
of high explosives overseas auringthewar;
9,500,OOO tons of this was for the use of the
Army, and the other 2,000,OOO tons was lendleased to allied
nations.
(Chart 52 ana
Appendix G, page 135.)

SHIPPED FROM U.S.
BY THE ARMY

TONS

3.5
ATLANTIC

DEC

I

2

3

4
MONTHLY

‘41

1942

I

2341234123
AVERAGE

1943

FOR

QUARTER

1944

IQ45

*sports
were about half shipped by sea and
half flown under their own power. Nearly all
the fighters
and all the gliders went by sea.
The trends are shown in Chart 53, ad more
aetailea
data are presented
in Append- G,
pages 136 =a 137.
DEC

I

234

I
MONTHLY

‘41

I942

234
AVERAGE

I943

I
234
FOR QUARTER

I944

I23

1945

Cargo Received from Overseas
The ports processed8,l&I,OOO
tons
of oargo returned
awing

measurement

themw,of

3.5

-~~~~~

~

‘TRANSPORTATION
For the first
fifteen
weeke after R-Day
ended 25 August 1945, the European and Mediterranean
theaters outloaded 1,2@2,000 long
tone of cargo, of which 706,000 tons were returds
to the united States, and 576,000 tons
were shipped direct
from Europe to Pacific
Theaters.

whichalittle
more than half (4,170,OOO tons)
with
originated
in the Atlantic
Theaters,
3,970,OOOtons returned from Pacific theaters.
CHART

53

AAF

PLANES

DISPATCHED

OVERSEAS

HUNDRED

SHTPPINGSI'IYJATION

20

At no time during the war did the United
Nations
have enough ships to fulfill
their
commitments. Sinkings of merchant ships exceeded conetruction
during the first
half of
1942 (Chart 55). By the summer of 1944 the
submarine menace was hardly more than a nuls&nce, and yet with the increased
nmber of
troo$s
overseas, e+a the stepped up mllltary
operations,
In
spite 0P constrtiotlon
.exoeeding l,OOO,OOO deadweight tons per
month
avail('x'=rt 55)r the quantity of shipping
able never caught up with the demand. This
was true even after V-E Davy, for a ship could
make three round trips on the Atlantic
run to
one on the Pacific
run, an& the speed of redeployment was directly
dependent on the
available.
Therefore,
amount of shipping
every expedient
possible was employed to'improve utilization
of shipping.

15

IO

5

0
I23412341234123
MONTHLY

AVERAGE

1942

FOR

QUARTER

1944

1943

1945

Construction,
Cargo Ships
from Pacific
The heavy volume of retuxne
theaters during 1944 (Chart 54) for the most
part
came from Alaska, which had become an
inactlve
theater.
The effect of V-E day on
cargo returned from
Atlantlo
theaters
was
evident
In the eight-fold'
Increase from the
first
to the third quarters of, 1945, Detailed
de+& by theaters,
services
and ports
are
given in Appendix G, P&ges 138 through 143. 'CHART

54

,
r;

CARGO RECEIVED
FROM
OVERSEAS
THEATERS

THOUSAND
TONS

6001

1

Losses and Inventory

.The United

Nations

of Dry

constructed

about

48,400;OOO deadwei@t ton's of dry o&go &iipf

(ooean going shipa of 1600 gross tonsar more)
from December 1941 through August 1945. Of
this about 80 percent was construoted In the
United States.
At the end of the War the
United Nations had 68,000,OOO tonsof shippins
available
to It, of whloh 58 peroent (about
39,200,ooo tons) was available to the united
States,
(Appendix G, page 144)
In additionto
the dry oargo vessels, the
United Nations
had, at the end of the War,
22,300,ooo deadweight tons of tankers, of
which 14,900,OOO tons (67 percent) was avallable to the United States.
However, as shlpment of cargo via tanker was at no time a
significant
responslbillty
of the Army, all
data and comment in this section refbr to dry
cargo vessels only.
Of the 48,000,000 tons& dry cargo shipping constructed
during the War, about onethird, 16,000,000
tons, was lost; leaving a
net gain for the War of 32,000,ooo tons.
Most of the losses‘ were caused by enemy submarines,
but all
losses, including
marine
disasters are included in the above figure.

DEC

I

2

3

4

I

MONTHLY

‘41

36

1942

2

3

4

AVERAGE

1943

I

1

I

234123

FOR

I

I

I

QUARTER

1944

1945

The losses were especially
severe during
the early
months of the War. Through April.
exceeaea gains through new con-,
1942, losses
struction
for every month (Chart 55). The
average loss for the year 1942 was 746,000
deadweight tons per month.

'

TRANSPORTATION
CHART

55

CONSTRUCTION,
LOSSES AND NET GAIN (OR LOSS)
OF UNITED NATIONS MERCHANT
SHIPPING
MILLION
D/W TONS

Vessels in Army Service
Most vessels under the control
of the
Un%ted States were pooled, and allocated by
tie War ShippIng Administration
(WSA). Although a single pool,of all
United Nations.
shipping
was never formed, there was very
close coordination
between Britain
and the
United States in the utilization
of shipping.
The army, as such, owned, or bareboatchartered
very fed ships, most ships under
Army control being allocated to itbythe
WSA
On an outbound voyage, a .&hip might be allocated to the Army, and on completion of discharge, revert
to the WSA for other allocation.
Therefore the ntier
of ships in Army
service fluctuated
from day to day. The-data
presented
in
56 and Appendix G,
c-t
page-145 are inventories
as of the last dayof
the month.

MILLION
D/W TONS

ships retained in Atlantic
Theaters for local
This heavy drain on army shipping at
use.
the time of the invasion
brought about an
especially
critical
shortage of shipping for
other purposes.
The Pacific Theaters, where the Army was
doing considerable
island hopping and rollCHART

56

SHIPS

IN

ARMY

SERVICE

IUNDRED

20

15 c---p-

‘Th2 number of ships in Arq
Service
reached a peak of 3,765 in December 1944.
This was also the month of highest cargo ca17,700,OOO measuremerit tons.
The
pacity,
troop capacity of m
ships was rapidly
increasing during
the closing
months of the
war, being 666,000 on 31 August, 1945.
5

At the time of the European invasion,
a
great number of Army ships were retained in
*,the theater
by the theater
commander for
looal use. The number increased
from 75 in
April lg& to 325 in June 1944. As ports on
the continent were open&d,theneed for transshipment from England beoame less, and by the
end of August 1945, there were only 13 army

b

oDEC

1

2

3

4

MONTHLY

‘41

_1942

I

I

I

I

2

3

AVERAGE

1943

4
FOR

I

I

I

I

2

3

4

I

I

I

2

QUARTER

1944

1945

37

3

.I
I

TRANSPORTATION
up the bases from the rear; about one ship in
local service was requiredforevery
two ships
tra.ns-Pacific
service.
(Appendix G,
p"Zge 145).
Overseas Port Performance
As a device to encourage improvement of
ship utilization
records and speed of unloading ships at overseas ports in the several
theaters, records of performance were circulated to the theaters monthly.
During
the month of April,
1945, which
was the last full
month of operations as a
two-front
war, the major theaters ranked in
rate of ship unloading as shown in the folThis table
illustrates
the
lowing
table.
tremendous advantage of unloading ships where
there axe ample facilities.

38

Theater
e..
India-Burma
.
Middle Pacific
European.
. .
Mediterranean
Alaskan
. . .
Western Pacific

.
.
.
.
.
.

Measurement Tons per
Ship per Day Unloaded
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

*.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

986
2,917
1,529
1,367
1,184
672
387

Comparing the Pacific
areas; the Middle
Pacific,
which was an inactive
theater with
some good ports, unloaded at more than four
times the rate of the Western Pacific,
which
had practically
no good ports. But the IndiaBurma theater,
which was inactive
and had
ample unloading
facilities
did twice as good
a job as the Middle Pacific.
Monthly
trends
for theaters are shown in Appendix G,page 146.

INTERNATIONAL AID
The end of the war brought to a close
the military
Lend-Lease program of ('the War
Department.
On 21 August instructions
were
forwarded to stop shipment of all
military
Lend-Lease items even at port or aboard ship,
if the latter
course were practicable.

cent;
Transpl>rtation,
Warfare, 2 percent; aa
CHART

56

ASF LEND - LEASE
BY TECH N ICAL

TOTAL VALUE - 11 MARCH1941 to. 21 AUGUST1945
---

Delay in the processing of documents,
particularly
in regard to theater
transfers
overseas,
makes an exact statement of the
value of War Department Lend-Lease impossible
at this time, bnt the total is within a range
of from 22 to 24 billion
dollars;
of this the
ASF supplied 15 to 16 billion
dollars worth,
and the balance was made up of Air Forces materiel.
The War Department's share was about
half the total
Lend-Lease of all
agencies
combined.

4 percent;
Chemical
pedical,
1 percent.

II

MARCH

SEFWCE

1941

-

21

TRANSFER
SERVICE
AUGUST

BILLIONS

0F

1945

DOLLARS
6

ORDNANCE

6

i$j

OUARTERMASTER

SIGNAL

ENGINEERS
TRANSPORTATION

CHART

57
CHEMICAL
WARFARE

RECIPIENTS
OF WAR DEPARTMENT
MILITARY
LEND LEASE
II MARCH 1941 - 21 AUGUST
1945
COUNTRY

BILLIONS

0
IT E D
KINGDOM
U N

OF

MEDICAL

DOLLARS

0

4

.‘.,.,....
~::...~:,:.:.~.:.:,~~.~.:
47
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.‘... .:::...
.A.....
.:.,.,.
..j::::::::.::::::::::::.:.:.::.:.
. .I...
.... . ........ :......
. .. .
~,.:::.:::...:,:.:.:.:.~::
:;;::::: ...............~..........~..:,:.:.:.:
,c..,...

,

.A....
.:
..
..: :;;.

:....,

::::::::::::,::::::::::

.:.

..
. .. . . .

,.,...,.:.

..;
.:::.

: :::.:y+:.:.:

..
:;;:,::,y:
. :... .,.,.
.c:..::..
..:..:..
II

:.. .A.,....
:::::;:,::::
::::.::::‘:::
.I.,....
II ..

The trend of Lend-Lease transfers
is indicated in Chart 59 Peak activity
occurred
during the latter half of 1943 and the first
half of 1?44.
CHART

CHINA

59

TREND OF ASF LEND-LEASE

TRANSFERS

BILLION

07-H E R
I

The United Kingdom received
about 62
percent of all War Department military
LendLease (Chart 57 and Appendix H, Me 149. The
USSRwas second in importance, with 25 percent, and the remaining 13 percent was divid5 percent
was for France; 4
ed ~EI follows:
percent for China; and 4 percent
for
all
other countries
combined. Probably
90 percent or more of the War Department Lend-Lease
effort was used in aid to our allies
for the
defeat of Germeq.
The distribution
of ASF Lend-Lease by
technical
service
is presented
in Chart 58
and shown in detail in Appendix H, page 148.
Nearly three-fourths
(72 percent) represented
Ordnance items.
Other services accounted for
the following
percentages:
Quartermaster,
9
percent; Signal, 7 percent; Engineers, 5 per-

‘41

1942

1943

1944

c.15

39

/
.I

INTERNATIONAL AID
The termination
of Lend-Lease was very
sudden, and certain
non-armament items already in the supply "pipe-line"
were per(amounting
mitted to continue to destination
to about $50,000,000 to the ZGSRand $200,000
to the UK). These shipments, although originated as Lend-Lease supplies, were separately
financed, and are not a part of the 'LendLease accounts summarized- here.

SUMMARYOF IMPORTANTITEMS
The status of assignment, shipment, and
repossession
of important
items was summarized monthly
in Section 2G of the MPR
(INTERNATIONALAID'). The final issue of Section 2G is dated August-September
1945. A
financial
summary of the items shown i_n this
shipments with a net va,lue
volume indicates
The following
paragraphs
of $8,o4g,367,ooo.
summarize the material in this report.
There were sixteen Items with a value in
excess of $100,000,000, as shown in the folAll
but one were Ordnance
lowing
table.
Items, the exception being steam locomotives
of the 2-10-O wheel arrangement, supplied by
the Transportation
Corps. In mney value,
tanks were cf the greatest
importance, followed very closely by truck.
Most of the
tanks went to the UK, and moat of the trucks
to the lX%R.

The single item with the greatest dollar
value supplied foreign
governments by the
Signal
Corps was wire.
The most ,mportant
general class of goods was radio sets, most
of which went to the UK.
For the Corps of Engineers, the single
item with the greatest dollar
value was airplane landing
mats. Hpwever, construction
machinery, especially
traders,
was the most
important general classification
of Engineer
The proportions
of Engineer equipsupplies.
ment
going to the UK (68 percent) and USSR
(30 percent) were somewhat higher than the
all-service
averages of 62 and 25 percent,
respectively.
Incendiary bombs were by far the largest
contribution
of the Chemical Warfare Service
to Lend-Lease countries.
The UK received 87
percent of Chemical Warfare deliveries.
Clothing was the mat important Quartermaster contribution,
although wool blankets
The UK received
was the largest single item.
50 percent and the French Forces 28 percent
of the reported Quartermaster equipment.
The Transportation
Corps was the only
technical
service
which did not have the UK
as the principal
customer for lte equipment.
The m,SR led with
59 percent
of the Trans(41 percent)
portation
total,
the balance
being shipped to the UK.

I.END-I;EAsE ITEMS IN EXCESSOF $100,000,000
Item

Number

Tank, medium, M4A4 (for 75mm gun) ...........
Tank, medium, M4A2 (for 75inm gun) ...........
Truck, 2L ton, 6x6, cargo, we/w, Studebaker
Truck, 2Z ton 6x4 cargo, w/w and WO/W............
Truck, 12 ton: 4x2: cargo ................
..............
Truck, $ ton, 4x4, command
Tank, medium, M4 and M4Al (for 7pnm gun) .......
Locomotive, steam, CB, 60" Gauge, 105T, 2-10-O
Tank, medium, M3 series ................
Tank, light,M3,
Gas .................

Tank, medium, M4A2 (for 76mmgun) ...........
Shell, &F, AP, 2-Pounder, Mk IV end VT ........
Truck, 10 ton, 6x4, GSIC ...............
Truck, 13 ton, 4x4, cargo, we/w ............
Carrier,
Universal,
T16 ................
Tank,light,M3A3,Gas
................

40

.

....

7,436
7,414
101,479
91,286

Value
(Millions)

$ zii;
256
256

106,188

199

181,925

191
179

?:“6:
4:373
3,166
2,115
2,529,ooo

12,125
57,686
19,469
3,345

152

142
134
123

114
114
109
109
106

Principal
Recipient
UK
UK
USSR
USSR
USSR
UK
UK
USSR
UK
UK
USSR
UK
lx
USSR
UK
UK

CIVILIAN SUPPLY
BASIS OF ARMYPARTICIPATION IN CIVILIAN
SUPPLY
Military
neciasity
required
that
the
Army provide such essential
supplies to civilian populations
in theaters of operation as
mey be necessary
to prevent disease and unrest that would be prejudicial
to the accomplishment of the military
mission.
In addition, in November 1943, President
Roosevelt
directed that
the Army assume the initial
burden of shipping and distributing
relief
supplies not only in connection with active
operations but in the event of a
military
German collapse,

sent to Pacific
areas--by
value about 6
percent and by volume only 3 percent
of the
total,
(Chart 60 end Appendix J, page 150)
These figures
represent shipments from U.S.
ports end do not take into
account ,theater
transfers
of civilian
supply stocks from one
area to another or transfers
to and from regular military
stocks.
CHART

SD

CIVILIAN

SUPPLY
JUL

AREA

By letter
of May 21, 1945, President
Truman recognized
that, except for occupied
areas, military
necessity for furnishing
civilian supplies for Northwest
and Mediterranean Europe was drawing to a close.
Accordingly, with minor exceptions,
Army responsibility
had been terminated in all
liberated
areas (including
Italy)
with August shipments.
Issues within the theater,
however, continued
to be an Army responsibility
through October.
With the progressive
relinquishment
of
military
responsibility,
starting
with France
on June 1, 1945, the liberated
governments
with paying capacity
continued
to secure
needed supplies through the mechanism of national
import programs, with the Foreign Economic Administration
serving as the U. S.
The United Nations Relief
procuring agency.
and Rehabilitation
Administration
provides
supplies to countries that are unable to pay,

-

AUG

hilu10Ns

0

Accordingly,
military
authorities
of the
United States,
United Kingdom, and Can&a
combined to provide
essential
civilian
supplies for the Mediterranean and NorthwesternEuropean areas as a matter of militarynecess,ity, to implement the operations
undertaken in those zones.

SHIPMENTS

1943

or

DOLLARS

400

300

200

100

- BY AREA
1945

EUROPEAN
THEATER
MEDITERR.
THEATER
PACIFIC
THEATERS

The trend
of civilian
supply shipments
ihs shown in Chart 61. The peak came in the
second quarter of 1945, but the policy
of
turning over civilian
supply responsibility
in liberated
areas to other agencies brought
about a rapid decline in this activity'after
V-J Day.
The principal
commodities
involved in
civilian
supply are shown in the following

TREND

OF CIVILIAN

SUPPLY

SHIPMENTS

MILLION

Prior to August 1945 the Army had unilateral
civilian
supply responsibility
for
the Philippines
and a small part of the Netherlands East Indies.
In accordance with the
above mentioned policy,
such responsibility
with minor exceptions
was terminated
with
August shipments.
Since August, the Army has
had responsibility
in the Pacific
for Japan
and the United States Zone in Korea.
QUANTITYAND.VAIJlF, OF WARDEPARTMENT
CIVILIAN SUPPLIES
During the
end of the war,
about 6,800,OOO
plies overseas,
$1,000,000,000.

period from July 1943 to the
shipped
the &ited
States
suplong tons of civilian
valued at slightly
less than
A very small proportion
was

4TH

JRD

IST

ZND

MONTHLY

1943

3RD
AVERAGE

1944

4TH

IST

2ND

FOR QUARTER

1945

41

3RD

Cl VI LIAN SUPPLY
table,
It will be noted that foodetuffe make
up 63 percent and coal 34 percent of the total tonnage 8hipped.
These two itema account
for 73,percent
and 6 percent,
respectively,
of the total
dollar
value.
All
petroleum

producte
have been excluded from the table
becauee they were ehlpped as military
supfrom pooled
pliee and lseued
to civiliana
United States - tilted
Kingdom etooks In the
theaters.

U.S. SHIPMENTSOF CIVILIAN SUPPIUS TOALLARKAS
July 1945 Through August 1945
(Long Tons)
Type of Commodity

All

Areas

0
TOTAL..................
Foodstuffe.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
tidlcal
end Sanitary supplies . . . . .
Soap.................;
Coal.................;
Petroleum Products. . . . . . . . . . .
Transportation
Equipment. . . . . . . ,
Clothinq,
Shoes and Textilee.
. . . . .
Agricultural
Supplies and Equipment . .
Independent Repair and Equipment Supplies
Miscellaneous Manufactured Knd Products
Miscellaneous Material8 and Products. .
* Lees than 500 Long Tons
&/ Excluded; data not available

42

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. .
, .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

l-

Respons.
Combined

kited

Statee

6,769,000

6,583,OOO

186,000

4,247,OOO
18,000

~;.,077.000

170,000

27,000
2,303,000 ,
&I
22,000

51,000
52,000
3,000
44,000
2,000

13,000
27,000
2,303,000,

&I

17,000
47,000
52,000
3,000
42,000
2,000

5,000

*
*

al

5,000
4,000
*
it

2,000
+

ADMINISTRATION
CHART

ARMYPOSTAL SERVICE

PARCEL POST DISPATCHED
OVERSEAS
THRU ARMY POSTAL SERVICE*

Two innovations
in handling of mail for
personnel over8ea8 were introduced during the
war period.
V-Mail was introduced in June
1942 and was used increasingly
until May 1944
when ~~,OOO,OOO letters
were handled.
From
that time V-Mail declined in popularity
until
by August 1945 only 14,000,OOO V-letters
were
handled.
A total
of 1,25l,OOO,OOO V-letters
were dispatched to and received from overaeaa
This total was divided almost equally between
outgoing
and incoming letters.
The second
innovation,
WC of air transport
for dispatch
of conventional
letter
mail to overseaa personnel, w&8 probably the most important cause
of the unpopularity
of V-Mail.
It may be
noted that a8 uee of air
increased,
the
volum of V-Mail
decreased.
Chart 62 shows
the relative
increase
in air movements of
letter mail aa well as the total volume hanalea.
Chart 63 shows the estimated weight of
parcel post and postal
supplies
dispatched
overseas by the Army Postal Service. Detailed
statistics,
by months, on Army postal activity are shown in pages 151 and 152 in appendix K.
CHART

MILLlOP
POUND:

MILLIONS

OF

POUNDS

100
\

75

::
JSDMJSDMJSDMJA

Inclllann

Postal

1945

1944

1943

1942
*

Suppllea.

153 to 155, Appendix K contain
statistics
on
general prisoners in confinement by location
and by months during the war period,

62

LETTER
MAIL DI SPATCHED
OVER SEAS
THRU ARMY POSTAL
SERVICE
J

4’

63

CHART

64

NUMBER

.
THOU

OF GENERAL
PRISONERS
IN CONFINEMENT

4NDS

40

30

20

IO
P

GENERALPRISONERS

0t
DMJSDMJSDMJ

The problem of confinement of general
prisoners increased
steadily
during the war
period.
General prisoner strength
rose from
1,496 at the beginning
of the war to 33,552
on 31 August.
Chart 64 shows the general
prisoner cenaua by type of confinement. Pages

1942

3

1943

1944

D

M

JA

1945

LEGAL

Closely allied
to the prisoner census is
the review of general courts maritial
casesin

ADMINISTRATION
CHART

65

processed by the Judge Advocate General's
Off&e, the ASF Service Commands, and the AAF
Technical Service Commandsprior to mid-1943.
Available
records
indicate that
there were
105,OqO claims processed by the agencies
since that
date, 81,000 of which were proof the Judge Advocate
cessed by the Office
General and the Service
Commandsof the ASF.
Page 156, Appendix K, shows the monthly statistics
on claims activity
within each of the
three types of processing offices.
Chart 66
shows the frequency of each of the several
types of claims, based upon a representative
quantity of 73,282 claims processed by the
Office of the Judge Advocate General and the
ASE' Service
Commandsfor which detailed records are available.

REVIEW
OF RECORDS
OF TRIAL
GENERAL
COURTS
MARTIAL*
NUMBER

2ooo

:
REVIEW
FOR
LEGAL
SUFFIENCY

1500

1000

PRISONERSOF WAR

500

CLEMENCY

The number of Americans officially
reof war
ported
in enemy hands as prisoners
reached a peak of gl,OCO in May 1945. 14ost
were in the hands of the
of these prisoners
authorities
of Germany, with the remainder
The number reported
under Japanese control.
in the custody of the Italians
was never
large.
Page 157, Appendix K, shows the total
number of prisoners
officially
acknowledged
to be in the hands of the enemy at the end of
each month during the war.

IAY

0
JMJSDMJSDMJS

1942
*

By

Judge

D

1943

Advocate

General’s

1944

M

JA

1945

Office.

the Office
of the Judge Advocate General.
Chart 65 depicts
the rates
at which cases
have been reviewed for legal sufficiency
and
clemency. Statistics
on review of courts
martial
records are contained
in page 156,
Appendix K.
There is a l%.uited amount of information
available
about the number and type of claims
CHART

BB

ADMINISTRATIVE

SETTLEMENT

OF CLAIMS

BY TYPE OF CLAIM
TYPE

PERCENT

0

TRAFFIC
ACCIDENT
REAL
ESTATE
PERSONNEL
MAIL
AIRCRAFT
ACCIDENT
GUNFIRE
I
ADMIRALTY
I
OTHER
.

44

IO

OF

20

TOTAL

SETTLEMENTS

l

Detention
and administration
of enemy
continental
prisoners
of wsr within
the
1942 when one
United States began in April
Japanese
prisoner
arrived,
and increased
slowly until April
1943 when 5,007 prisoners
were *on hand. The rate of arrivals
increased
sharply from that time until May 1945 when
were located in the United
425,206 prisoners
States; this number included 371,018 Germans,
and 3,915 Japanese. The
50,273 Italisns,
monthly prisoner census is shown on Page 158,
and the accessions, losses,
and strength by
nationality
are shown on pages 158 and 159,
Appendix K.
In April 194.4, certain volunteer Italian
prisoners of war were orgsniz'ed into Italian
emservice
units to permit more efficient
ployment of this
type of personnel.
These
units were organized along the lines of units
of the U. S. Army and functioned in the ssme
These
own officers.
manner, under their
units
were activated both in the continental
United States and overseas, and performed a
multitude
of duties of all types at Porte,
Depots, Arsenals and Posts, Camps orstationa
The number of such units
and the number of
personnel
comprising such units in the continental
United
States varied
within small
limits from the inception
of the plan to the
end of the war. There were about 190 units
and
at a strength of about 1,000 officers
32,000 enlisted men.
Every effort
was made to assure useful
employment of the maximum number of prisoners

ADMINISTRATION
available.
Efficiency
on this
score increased steadily
until at the close of the
war more than 90 percent
of the possible
total man-months were spent in useful labor.
Pages 160 and 161, Appendix K, contain details of employment of prisoners of war by
months.
SECURITY
The total
security
program was large
and varied.
During the war period, 2,344,521
individual
loyalty
investigations
were conducted.
Early in 1942 the ASF assumed supervision and coordination
of a large number of
plant
protection
activities.
In September
1943, 11,966 facilities
were being supervised.
An auxiliary
military
police force, numbering
250,715 men at its peak in July 1943, was
supervised
and inspected.
In addition;
reproduction
facilities
wsre investigated
and
classified
and approved for reproduction
of
classified
printed
material.
A measure of
the security work performed is shown on pages
162 and 163, Appendix K.
SAFETY
Prior to January 1944 there was only
limited consolidation
of records of injury to
military
or civilian
personnel.
At that time
the Office of the Provost Marshal General began assembling such dataas were then currently available
and publishing
such consolidated
information
in a Monthly Progress Report.
Coverage was gradually extended until,
by the
end of the war, a comprehensive
set of statistics
on injuries
within the continental
United States, by months, were being reported

The available
data from January 1943 to the
end of the war are reported
in pages 164 and
165, Appendix K.
ARMYEXCHANGESFRVICE~
The Army Excheqge Service
grew from a
$17,000,000-a-month business in December 1941
to one grossing $75,000,000 by December 1943.
The total gross sales from December 1941 to
August 1945 amounted to $2,427,910,000.
The
peak number of exchanges operated in the continental
United States was 755, reached in
January 1944. Appendix K, page 166, shows detailed
data on the number of exchanges,
dollar value of sales,
and percent
of net
profit.
ARMYMOTIONPICTURF SERVICE
The AMPS started the war with 369 thewith a total
seating
capacity
of
BY February
1944 it
260,647 at 230 posts.
had expanded to 1,186 theaters on 629 posts,
with a seating
capacity
of 788,123.
Yearly
and total attendance is shown below:
aters

year

Attendance

TOTAL
632 426 ooo
lg.:::::::::::::. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224,548,OOO
194
194z . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205,345,OOO
1945 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g8,3go,ooo
Page 166, Appendix K, shows the available
capacity at the end of each month and the
total attendance during each month of the wsr

45

FISCAL
WARDD?AR!IMENTFUNE
Total military
funds appropriated
to the
War Department during the, period from 1 July
1941 to 31 August 1945 amounted to about
$225,OOO,OOO,OOO(See Chart 67). During the
fiscal year ending 30 June 1941, total appropriations
had been only $17,000,000,000,
but
in the following
year, under the stimulus of
the Pearl Harbor attack, they were about
$76,000,000,000.
New amounts appropriated
in
subsequent years did not again reach this
peak but the reappropriation
of very large
unobligated amounts carried over from earlier
fiscal
yesrs continued to insure
adequate
funds for later budget progams.
CHART

67

STATUS

OF WAR DEPT

CUMULATIVE

MILITARY

FUNDS

FROM I JULY 1941

-

BILUON

iod
amounts to $207,000,000,000.
page 167).

(Appendix L,

In contrast
with
the extremely
rapid
growth of obligations
during the early
part
of the war, War Department expenditures
increased somewhat more slowly, keeping pace
with the steady expansion of materiel deliveries and the growth of Army strength.
During the fiscal
year 1941, expenditures averaged less than $350,000,000 per month. This
increased to about $2,000,000,000 during
the
latter
half of the fiscal
year ending 30 June
1942, reached $4,300,000,000 during
the year
ending 30 June 1944, and was at a peak of
about $5,000,000,000
during the quarter ending 30 June 1945.
For the entire War Period from 1 July
1941 to 31 August 1945 expenditures of military funds were $176,000,000,000.
Including
the fiscal
year ending 30 June 1941, the total waa $~~O,OO~,OOO,OOO. Of the latter
amount, $118,900,000,000 was for procurement
of materiel including
subsistence.
(Appendix
L, pages 167 through 171).
ASF OBLIGATIONSAND EXPEXDITURES

J

S

1941

D

M

J

S

1942

DMJSDMJ

SDMJA

1943

1944

1945

War Department obligations
during
the
fiscal
year 1941 were at a monthly rate
slightly
in excess of $1,000,000,000.
After
Pearl Harbor this rate
increased to reach a
peak of $~,~OO,OOO,OOO during
the quarter
ending 30 September 1942. During the latter
part of thewar,
as deliveries
against old
obligations
increased, there was a tendency
for a moderate decline
in new obligations,
and during
the quarter
ending 31 December
1944 they fell
to less than $2,000,000,000
amonth.
World War II
obligations
of military
funds by the War Department (from 1 July 1941
to 31 August 1945) totaled $194,000,000,000.
If obligations
of the fiecal
yeear 1941, during which a preparednese program was initiated, are included, the total for the War Per-

Out of the total of $194,000,000,000 of
War Department obligations,
World War II obligations
against ASP appropriations
accounted for $127,000,000,000.
( Including
the
fiscal
year 1941, ASF obligations
were approximately
$134,000,000,000.)
The rate of
ASF obligations
increased
from less than
$~OO,OOO,OOO
per month in the fiscal
year
ending 30 June 1941 to almost $4,000,000,000
during
the six months end30 September
No further
increase
took place and
1942.
until
there was some tendency for a decline
the winter of 1945 when, following
the German
monthly
obligations
December offensive,
peak of more
than
record
reached the
$4,000,000,000 during
the quarter
ending 31
March 1945. (Appendix L, page 167).
Expenditures
under ASP appropriations
for World War II (1 July 1941 to 31 August
1945) were $119,000,000,000 or 67.6 percent
of the corresponding War Department total.
From a monthly average of about $25O,OOO,OOO
during the year ending 30 June 1941, they increased to a maximum of $3,600,000,000
per
month in the quarter
ending 30 June 1945.
Chart 68 on the next page emphasizes the tremendous growth of ASF activities
by presenting expenditures for the fiscal
year ending
~30 June 1945 for each major ASJ! appropriation
as a percent of total
expenditures
for all
ASF appropriations
combined during the fiscal
year ending 30 June 1941.
four

During the later year expenditures under
individual
appropriations
exceeded the

47

--

FISCAL
CHART

66

ASF
-ALL

EXPENDITURES

FISCAL

YEAR

1945

INDIVIDUAL
APPROPRIATIONS
AS PERCENTOF
FISCAL YEAR 1941 APPROPRIATIONS
COMBINED
PERCENl

APPROPRIATION

0

ID0

200

300

41

FINANCE

disbursing
offices reported an
clearances);
additional
4,200 such bills
on hand (0.5 perAt the
cent of October 1944 clearances).
close of August 1945 these numbers had been
reduced to 1,500 60-day bills
ih procuring
(0.3 percent of preceding
month's
offices
clearances)and only 189 in disbursing
offices
(0.02 percent of July clearances).
(Appendix

L, PaQe 173.)

ORDNANCE

FISCAL SERVICESFOR MILITARY PERSORREL
QUARTERMASTER

A major ASF responsibility
had to do
with the administration
of a number of fiscal
programs for the benefit
of military
personnel.
Among these were the payment of degendancy henefit allowances, the issuance of war
savings bonds, and the issuance of government life insurance and handling of premiums.
(Appendix L, pages 173 and 174.)

ENGINEERS

SIGNAL
TRANSPORTATION
CHEMICAL
WARFARE
MEDICAL
%

combined total
for all ASF
during the fiscal year ending
For two other appropriations
than half the combined total
year,
(Appendix L, pages 167

appropriations
1941.
they were more
of the earlier

30 June

and 168.)

FISCALSERVICESFORWAR SUPPLIES
To facilitate
war procurement
the Army
Service Forces from time to time established
fiscal programs designed to be of assistance
to war suppliers.
Two such progrsms were
employed to provide
needy suppliers
with
working sapital.
Under one of these, almost
$7,000,000,000 was disbursed
as advance payments on war contracts while under the other
guarsntees
of loans by commercial institutions to war suppliers (frequently
subcontractors not eligible
for
advance payments >
amounted to $7,800,000,000.
By 31 August
1945, however, recoupments and repayments had
reduced the amounts still
outstanding under
each of these programs to a sum of less than
$1,000,000,O00.
!Appendix L, pag e 172.)
Attention
was also directed
to the
promptness with which War Department bills
were paid.
In December 1941 the oldest unpaid transportation
bill
had been on hand 42
apyf3.
By June 1943 this had been reduced to
11 days and thereafter
no transportation
bill
on hand at the end of eny month was more than
20 days old.
In November 1944 War Department
procuring offices reported that 12,800 unpaid
commercial bills had been on hand more than
60 days (2.8 percent of the preceding month's

48

Under the dependency benefit
program a
peak of 7,860;ooo accounts were in effect
Disbursements during this
during June 1945.
month totaled
$~~o,ooo,oOO of which about
$270,000,000 was for family allowances and
pay allotments.
$210,000,000
for voluntary
Cumulative disbursements on account of family
allowances for World War II (to 31 August)
Approximately
amounted to $6,500,000,000.
$2,5OO,OOO,OOOof this amount was contributed
men and the balout of the pay of enlistea
ance was contributed
by the government.
Chart 69 shows the growth of family allowance
disbursements
from September 1942 through
August 1945.
of War Savings Bonds
Total
issuances
under the War Bond Program amounted to almost
$1,900,000,000 for the war period,
including
CHART

69

DISBURSEMENTS

FOR FAMILY

/ALLOWANCES

MILLI

250

200

150

100

50

OS

D

1942

M

J

SDMJSDMJA

1943

1944

1945

FISCAL
&bout $750,000,000 of bonds issued to civilians . Issuances reached a peak of more than
$90,000,000 in July 1944 when sales to military subscribers amounted to $54,000,000.
The number of government life insurance
allotments
in
effect
increased
steadily
throughout the war from a figure of 2,3OO,OOO

allotments
in effect
in August 1942 when reporting of this
activity
w&8 initiated.
In
June 1945, 10,100,000 accounts,
with a total
value estimated to be in excess of $90 billion, were reported in effect and the monthly
premium transferred
by the Office of the Fi.scal Director to the Veterans Administration
at the time was $~~,OOO,OOO.

-

In order to Umit wartime proflts,
Congress passed the Renegotiation
Act of 1942,
effective
28 April 1942, This act as amended
excluded all contracts
and subcontracts upon
which final payment had been mad-eprior to 28
April 1942. The act applied to dl
cases
where the contractor's
flacal year ended between 28 April1942
and 30 June 1943.
The
Renegotiation
Act of 1943 as amended applies
to fiscal years of contractors
ending after
30 June 1943.

changes of -prices through
readjustment
of
their
contracts.
It is believed
that
the
latter
effect of the acts has saved the governmentlarge
sums of money whose exact size
cannot be estimated.
During the-period
from 28 April 1942 t,o
31August 1945, $9,63g,OOO,OOo of excessive
profits
were recovered by the WDPAB. Of this
amount $5,106,000,000 was recovered by statutory renegotiation
under provisions
of the
acts of 1942 and 1943, and the remainder by
ASF amounted
other means. Recoveries tithin
to $4,655,000,000 of which $3,157,000,000 was
recovered by statutory
renegotiation.

The table below shows the case aasign28 April 1942 to
ments by fiscal
years fka
7 September 1945 within
the War Department
and the final
disposition
or present status
of the cases. The cases disposed of by settlements and agreements are those in which
refunds of excessive profits
have been determined tith
the full concurrence
of the contractors.
The unilateral
determinatio$s
are
those cases in which excessive
profits
have
been determined to exZat snd refuds
otiered
without the concurrence
of the contractors
concerned.
Clearances and cancellations
are
the cases in which no excessive profits
have
been found.

The cost of renegotiation
within the War
Deparknent for the period from 28 April 1942
to 31August 1945,was about $20,500,000.
Of
this
cost $17,500,000
or 85.4 percent has
been spent on salaries;
the remainder covers
and telerent, travel
expenses, telephone
graph, and miscellaneous
iteas.
This cost is
only 0.4 percent of the total excessive profits recovered by statutory
renegotiation
and
0.2 percent of total recoveries,

A study of the percentages
in the table
brings to light a trend which undoubtedly may
be attributed
to the renegotiation
acts.
The
relative
number of cases in which excess
profits
exist has been gradually decreasing.
This i.8 probably
caused by efforts
on the
part of contractors
to hold their profits
to
reasonable levels by voluntary refurds or by

On the basis of studies
of a large
sample of cases, it has been estimated that
of the excessive
approximately
70 percent
profits
determined under statutory
renegotiation would have been returned to the government as taxes in the absence of the program,
but the remaining
30 percent
would have remained in the hands of the contractors.

~IATION
ASSIGNMENTS
28 April 1942 to 31 August 1945
Fiscal
Year
sna
Agency

wm%m
AAF . . .
ASF . . .

Net
Assign
ments

20,415
3,232
17,183

jettlements
end.
9greementa

k
7 250 35.5
1,336

3,914

L2!L2
WARDEZT 23 I 199
AAF ..*
3,796 3%
AsF . . . 19,403 (583
&
WARDEPT
Am .,.
ASF . . .

Number

*

59

Zlearances

d&- hnber

Csncellations
Number

$3

7,342 36.0 5,522 27.0
923 zs
912 28.2
6,430
37.4 4,599 26.8

E.

197

1.1

25.8

226

gz.

1.0
2.1

z

0.8

6,024 26.0 ~0,699 46.1
26..3 1,279
998
5,026 25.9 9,420 g*:.

0.1
0.3
0.1

3,190
3.858 35.3
581 $?2
770 25.5
2,609 1913 5,088 37.5

206
-2%5

1,582

NOTE: AU percentages

Unilateral
Deter&nations

are percent

of net assigrrments of fiscal

year's

Jnccmrpleted Unccrmpleted
Impasse
in
Cases
Servlcea
Vumber
-

34

-i

33
x3

0.6
0.3

5 422
1,183

4,239
cases for agency shown.

CONTRACTTERMINATION
The termination
of contracts
and the
settlement
thereof is an activity
that, had
very small beginnings earlyinthe
war period,
increased in tempo as production began to exceed expenditures,
reached a small
peak
'shortly
after the collapse
of Germany, and
finally
attained -major volume imnediately
following
the surrender of Japan. During the
war period, more than 128,000 contracts were
terminated,
with the value of the cancelled
portions
totaling
more than $43 billion.
More than half the contracts terminated during the war were terminated
in August 1945.
The comdtment
value of the August terminations was about one-third
of the total cammitment value of contracts terminated.

terminated,
in total and broken down by services snd by months from January 1944 to August 1945.
The settlement
of terminated
contracts
follows along generally parallel
to, but sev-'
eral months behind,
the terminations,
Thus
the total number of settlements
consmmatd
during the war period was only 51,260 as compared with ‘128,000 terminations.
If the Aug-

CHART

71

SUMMARY

OF CONTRACT

TERMINATIONS

WAR PERldD

BY NUMBER
SERV o
CHART

THOUSANDS

.

20

IO

70

AAF

COMMITMENT
VALUE
CONTRACT
TERMINATIONS
ALL

TYPES

OF
INITIATED

ORD

OF CONTRACTS

5

SIG
N
SUMMARY

-BY

MAJOR

BlLLlOgNS
0

ENG

COMMAND

OF DOLLARS
IO

INITIATEI
15

PRIOR
TO
V-E DAY
V-E
V-J

3 3.1 AUC

cws

45

MED

DAY TO
DAY

AFTER
V-J DAY

QM
TC

BY COMMITTMENT
SERV

0

J

JFMAMJJASONDJFMAM.

1944

.

1945

The total cancelled
commitment value of
all terminations
is about equally distributed
between the AAF and the technical
services of
the AS?. Chart 70 portrays the fluctuations
in terminations,
as m.easured by the c&tment value for the period from Jsnuaxy 1944
to August 1945. In terms of number of terminatiorm, however, the ASF accounted for&m&
85 percent
of the total,
Pages 175 to 179,
Appendix N, contain
detailed
data on the
number and cancelled value of all contracts

o

BILLION3

OF

IO

VALUE
DOLLARS

20

CONTRACTTERMINATION
ust 1945 terminations
are excluded,
however,
total
settlements
of 51,000 compare with
total terminations
of 59,000. The distribution of settlements is about the ssme as that
of terminations;
about 83 percent of the number snd 61 percent
of the cannnitment value
were settled
by the ASF technical
services,
d the remainders
by the Army Air Forces.
Pages 180 to 184, Appendix N show monthly
settlements since January 1944 and totals for
all. services and the AAF. Chart 71 shows the
total
nu&er
of contracts
terminated
and
settled during the war period and the 3lAugChart 72 shows the cammitment
ust backlog.
value of contract
terminations
settled
by
months fram January 1944 to August 1945.
CHART

CHART

73

MONTHLY

CR0 SS

FIXED
MILLI

SETTLEMENTS

PRICE

CONTRACTS

ONS

$8’3

WD
TOTAL

I

80

72

COMMITMENT
OF CONTRACTS
ALL

TYPES

VALUE
SETTLED

OF CONTRACTS

BILLION

course parallel
to the trend but behind the
Total claims filed during
filing
of cla&.
the war period numbered 19,435 while settleThe corresponding
ments numbered 16,392.
values were $1,035,000 and $914,000, respecSettlements under the 16,392 claims
tively.
settled totaled $796,000,
representing
about
87 percent of the claimed value, with a net
settlement
of $715,000. The difference
between the net settlement and tie gross settlement represented
the value of Government
owned material or other assets transferred
to
and ueed by the claimants.
Pages 190 to 196

1.0

0.5

0
JFMAMJJASOND’JFMAMJJA

1944

1945

CHART

74

AVERAGE TIME REQUIRED TO SETTLE

Variations
in the amount of work in
progress are direct reflections
of the volume
of initiations
and settlements.
Consequently,
the load has remained fairly
comtant,
even
evidencing
a decrease for the six month?
prior to V-E Day, but soaring as a result of
end-of-war terminations.
Pages 185 to 189 in
Appendix N show the history of the backlog
from January 1944,to the end of hostilitiee.
Claims filed
by contractors
followed
the general pattern of terminations
and settlements,
approximately
midway between.the
two. The nuder
and tot&l
value of claims
filed increased
gradually up to the end of
the war. Since there is a natural delay between the termination
of a contract
and the
filing
of a claim;
there was no extreme peak
at the end of the period of reporting
(Au@;ust
1945); such peak as might develop would be
expected during September and October of that
of claims followed a
year. The settlement

FIXED PRICED CONTRACTS

TERMINATIONS

- TOTAL

WD*

MONTHS

8.0

I

6.0

Ok ’ I ’ ’
J

I

1944
*

Casea

with

claims

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

I

JASONDJFMAMJJA

FMAMJ

1945

only.

54

I

CONTRACTTERMINATION
in Appendix N indicate
the relevant statistics on claims by months end services as well
aa totals
for the period
from January 1944
to August 1945. Chart 73 shows the monthly
settlamante graphically
for AM, ASF, and the
Wex Department total.
The length
of time required
to process
ard settle terminatione
with claims decreased
from an average of slightly
in excess of five
months Fn Jenuary 1944 to a little
more than
two months by the e&of
the war. Chart 74
indicates the average time required to complete terminations
with claim and aLso that
portion
of
the total
terminations
having
claw
of over $10,000 each, end shows how
the trends have varied fram January 1944 to
August 1945.
It ie Fnherent in the operation of settling terminated
cantracts
that the larger
contracts require more time than the smaller
ones. This is true regardlea
of the mesns
used to measure size,
whether it be commltment value,
size of claim,
or other mew.
Chart 75 shows the variation
Ln tFme required
to settle
contracts with
claims of various
size8 of ccnmuitment values.
Data are baaed
upon average times of May, June, and July
1945 settlements.

CHART

75

ASF

AVERAGE
SETTLEMENT
FIXED PRICE TERMINATIONS
MAY -JULY
1945

TIME
WITH CLAIM

is

CANCELLED
VALUE

6

LESS THAN
$1000

5,000 TO
25#000
$25000

TO

$1008000
100,000 To
8 5OQOOO
5cwoo
lrl
% 1000,000

OVER
$ 25mooo

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.:
,
,

,

55

PERSONNEL
ARMYSTRENGTH

the officer
personnel
increased
at a more
rapid rate than did the total strength.
Officer strength
(including
warrant
officers,
flight
officers,
nurses, etc.) increased from
18,000 in June 1940 to 124,000 in December
1941 and then to a peak of 898,000 in August
one of the
1945 * It should be noted that
reasons for the continued increaseinstrength
even after demobilization
had begun was that
officers
remained in the reported
strength
while they were on terminal leave.
The percentage of officers
to the total strength increased from 6.7 in June 1940 to 11.2 in August 1945. (See Appendix P, pages 197 through
202, for tabulation
of total Army strength-by
type of personnel;
overseas strength by theater and commsnd; overseas strength
by type
of personnel;
continental
U. S. strength by
major command; and continental
U. S. strength
by type of personnel.)

As war became imminent the strength of
the Army increased rapidly
from only 268,000
in June 1940 to 1,686,000
in December 1941.
At the outbreak
of war, there were only
195,000 officers
snd men overseas,
including
some 82,000
in the Pacific
Theater.
As
indicated
in Appendix P,
page 197, -the
strength continued
to rise until
it reached
a peak of 8,291,OOO in May 1945, although the
peak strength overseas (5,455,OOO) was reach
ed a month earlier.
The proportion
of the
total strength of the Army that was overseas
reached a peak of 66.2 percent in March 1945.
Total Army strength began a steady dedine in June 1945, and by the end of August
had declined
5.2 percent,
to 8,023,ooo.
Strength overseas had declined
14.5 percent,
to 4,623,000. Chart 76 indipates the relative
strength of the continental
and overseas personnel.
Since the
tively
greater
CHART

ACCESSIONS
Enlisted Men
Accessions of enlisted men are of three
types -- enlistments,
inductions,
and calls

need for officers
was relathan that for
enlisted men,

76

TOTAL

ARMY STRENGTH, CONTINENTAL

U.S. AND OVERSEAS

MILLION
99’

MILLION

a

7
OF NO. AFRICA

D-DAY

CONTINENTAL

U.S.

-4

/

/
,‘W.

_/’

\

-2

‘OVERSEAS
‘OVERSEAS

---

/M
-e0
Ol”““““‘,““““I”
“““““’
0

1941

M

/-

- /0-

I

,-I

J
1942

S

0

I

I

M

I

I

I

I

J
1943

I

I

S

I

I

lllllll1lll

0

IIIIIII.
IIIIIII,

M

J
1944

S

0

M

J

A

0

1945

57

PERSONNEL
from the Enlisted Reserve Corps. Enlistments
enlistments
in
are further
broken down into
the Regular Army and enlistments
in the Army
Enlistments
in the
of the United
States.
Regular Army were stopped in December 1941
and thereafter
there were enlistments
only in
the AUS. However, enlistments
in the Regular
Army were opened again in August 1945, but
only an estimated
100 men enlisted
during
Chart 77 indicates by month the numAugust.
ber of accessions of enlisted men.

warrant officers
numbered 31,039 while those
The
of flight
officers
numbered 54,661.
largest year for warrant officers
was 1943
when 13,432 were appointed; 1944, with 31,421
appointments, was the largest year for flight
officers.
Female Army Personnel
Page 208 of Appendix P shows accessions
in the seven categories of female Army perOf the total
of 240,628 accessions,
sonnel.
almost 80 percent
or 188,000 were in the
Women's Army Corps, and 50,000 of the remaining 52,000 were in the Army Nurse Corps.

Of the 8,391,500
accessions from December 1941 through August 1945, 7,173,OOO were
723,000 were enlistments,
and
inductions,
496,000 were calls from the Enlisted Reserve
corps.
As is indicated In Appendix P, Page
206, enlistments were negligible
after 1942.

SEPARATIONS

There were more than 3,815,0OO accessions of enlisted men during 1942.
This was
some 1,155,OOO in excess of the total for the
next largest year, 1943.
Commissioned Male Officers
Pages 203, 204, and 205 of Appendix P
indicate the components and the large number
of sources from which male officers
were procured.
Of the 762,000 total,
644,000 were
commissioned officers
in the Army of the
United States,
281,000 of these were OCS
graduates,
and 198,000 were aviation
cadets.
The next largest source was the Officer
Reserve Corps (114,000).
Warrant Officers and Flight Officers
Accessions
of warrant
officers
and
flight
officers
are tabulated
in detail on
page 206 of Appendix P.
Total accessions of
CHART

Before demobilization
began, there were
The great majority
no wholesale separations.
were separated for medical reasons, to accept
commissions, or by death. After 12 May 1945,
required
separating
however, demobilization
personnel at an ever increasing rate.
At the
review
covered by this
close of the period
(31 August) demobilization
had just begun:
Prior to 1 May 1945, some 1,507,OOO enlisted personnel and 72,000 officers
(including warrant and flight
officers,
WAC, nurses,
etc.)
had been returned
to civilian
life.
Between 1 May and 31 August an additional
630,000 officers
and enlisted
personnel had
Thus the grand total,
exbeen separated.
from 1 December 1941
clusive of casualties,
through 31 August 1945 is 2,209,OOO.
Of the total
battle
deaths
23,953 or 12.3 percent
were male

(194,868)
officers.

77

ACCESSIONS

OF

ENLISTED

PERSONNEL
THOUSAND

THOUSAND

600

600

0

DJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA

'41

58

194s

SONDJFMAMJJA

1943

1944

1945

PERSONNEL
Since the percentage of male officers
to Army
strength was 10.7 on 30 April 1945, it is apparent that deaths of officers
were slightly
higher in proportion
than those of enlisted
men. Similarly,
there were 15,604 nonbattle
as compared with only
deaths of officers,
47,461 for enlisted men. The major cause for
this disproportionate
ratio is deaths due to
aircraft
accidents.

Nonoperating Personnel
Nonoperating personnel
is the type that
is assigned or attached to ASF but does no
constructive
work.
It consists
mainly of
personnel in the "pipe line",
i.e.,
in training, in hospitals,
aa in staging areas. It
can be seen that one of the big jobs of the
ASF is handling and training
these troops.
Operating Personnel
The operating personnel consists of persons engaged in operating the meny instailations and functions of the ASF. As is shown
in Chart 78, it is composed of both civilian
ma military
personnel,
with the civilian
strength greater than the military.
It was
the policy
to use civilians
in lieu of military personnel whenever the type of work permitted.
The peek civilian
employment of
1,02?,758 was reached in June 1943, while the
peak military
operating
strength of slightly
more than half
that number (554,287) was
reached the following month.

A much larger number of those separated
were discharged
in order to accept codssome
incluaed
separations
sions.
These
669,000 enlisted menaad7,500 enlisted women.
(See Appendix P, pages 206, 207, and 209 for
data on separations of officers,
wasrant officers,
flight
officers,
and enlisted men, by
of female
cause; page 210 for separations
Army personnel by type of personnel and page
218 for separations of enlisted women,- by
cause;and page 211 for data on battle casualties, by type of casualty.)

Pages 212 to 213 in Appendix P show the
strength of the military
and civilian
personnel and 217 shows accessions and separations
of authorized
types of civilian
employees.
The large personnel turnover should be noted.

ASF, PERSONNEL
ASF personnel
may be aiviaea
into two
categories -- ojgerating
(both military
and
civilian)
aa nonoperating
(military
only).
Chart 78 shows the breakdown of the operating
and nonoperating personnel by month. No reports were available
on nonoperating personnel prior to June 1943.
CHART

For additional
data concerning operating ,
and nonoperating personnel see Appendix pages

214 to 216.

78

CObJPOSlTlON

OF ASF PERSONNEL

MILLION

MILLION

2.5 i

I

1942
*Fio reports

on non-operating

I

2.5

1943
atrengbh prioF.lo

June, 1943.

59

PERSONNEL
aa the decline

in over-

WOMEZV
‘S ARMYCORPS

half times aa large
all Army strength.

Recruiting
for the Women's Army AuxiliIn September
ary Corps began in July 1942.
1943 the organization
was changed to the
Women's Army Corps, and at that time 41,177
of the 55,200 enlisted personnel
reenlisted,
the remainder being returnedtocivilian
life.
The peak strength
of the WACwas reached in
April 1945 with a total of 99,288,
including
and warrant officers.
5,746 officers
BY 31
August strength had declined to 90,779; this
was an 8.6-percent
amp or about two and one

The first
contingent of WAC's to be sent
overseas went in January 1943. This group of
200 was augmented until more than 17,000 were
This number repreoverseas in July 1945.
sented 18.0 percentofthe
total WACstrength.
(See appendix pages 202, 208, 210, and 218
for detailed data on WACstrength,accedsions,
and page 200 for strength
and separations,
overseas.)

60

ASF MILITARY TRAINING
The training
or personnel
assigned to
the ASF was accomplished by means of unit and
individual
training
at ASF training
centers
(ASPIC), unit
training
other than at ASFTC,
schools, the Army Specialized
Training Proand Special
Training
Units.
gram (ASP),
Chart 29 indicates
the relative
strength of
activities
for the
these types of training
period from January 1943 to the end of the
training
activity
war. It may be noted that
as measured by the number of persons in
training
increased until
September 1943, at
which time slightly
more than 700,000 inaividuals were receiving
some form of instruction at an ASF installation
or school underASF control.
Page 219, Appendix Q, contains
the numerical data to supplement the chart.
CHART

half the units in training,
as measured by
the enlisted
strength were at this type of
installation.
Page 223 in Appendix Q indicates the strength and number of units in
training
regardless
of location.
Also shown
are relevant statisticscn
number and strength
0f units
which had completed training
and
aa
shipped overwere 00nrmittea,
inspected,
seas.
CHART

THOU

80

DISPOSITION
OF OUTPUT
ARMY-SERVICE
FORCES TRAINING
CENTERS
E

50

79

AVERAGE
MONTHLY
TRAINING
QUARTERLY
-STRENGTH
ALL

ASF

ACTIVITIES

THOUS

600

0
IQ

1943

INDIVIDUALS

0
IST

2ND

JR0

1943

4TH

IST

2N0

JRD

1944

4TH

IST

2ND

2'3 3P 4Q

3RD

1945

The bulk of the training
was accomtraining
centers
plishea
at replacement
training
centers
(UTCfs)
(RTCts) and unit
during the early part of the war. In April
1944 all the RTC's and som of the UTC's were
These
redesignated
ASF training
centers.
continued to train both intraining
centers
dividuals
end units.
Page 220, Appendix Q,
shows the statistical
history of the trainee
of these types of units.
In Chart
strength
80 is shown the disposition
of the output of
RTC's, UTC's, and ASl?TCts by major channel.
Pages 221 and 222 Appendix Q,contain detailed
data on this subject.
Supplementary
to and apart
from the
units in training
at ASFTCts and UTCte are
the units in training
at posts,
camps, or
stations other than training
centers.
About

IQ

2P 39
1944

4a

IQ

2QJ

A

1945

There were three types of schools employed in the training
of ASF persomel-ma
officer
0maiah.
In
service, civilian,
the first
type, instruction
is performed by
Army personnel, at Army installations,
using
Arqy material
for instructioual
purposes.
Most of the school strength is concentrated
in this type. The second type involves training at a civilian
educational
institution,
in
courses specially
designed for the ASF. Instructional
personnel and material usea,are
those organically
a part of the institution.
Officer
candidate schools are a specialized
type of service schools in which selected enlisted
men and warrant officer
are trained
for commissioning as officers.
Enrollment at
all three types of schools is shown in Chart
81 ma
numerically
on Pages 224 aa.
225 in
Appendix Q.
The Army Specialized
Training
Program
was institutea
in April 1943 to permit enlisted men who had been enrolled at advanced
institutions
of learning
prior to induction
their
or enlistment
to advance or complet
courses of study in certain
selectea fielas
in whicn there was an over-all
or imminent
contains
sherttlge . Page 226, Appendix Q,
statistics
showing the growth and decline of

61

ASF MILITARY TRAINING
CtiART

81

STUDENTS

AT

ASF

EXCLUDES

training
of various
Page 227, Appendix Q.

SCHOOLS

ASTP

200

100

50

0
1943

1942
*

Statistica
1 January

on

service

A detailed
members of the

62

schools

1944
not

available

1945
before

1943.

the ASTI? from its
war.

contained

in

Special Training
Units (STUfs) were organized in June 1943 to impart as far as possible the equivalent
of at least a fourthto illiterates
and. other
grade education
persons with
little
education.
At one tims
(in MY 1945) more than one out of every six
inductees were being sent to STU's. The average for the whole program to the end of the
war is about one out of every ten. Almost 86
percent of the inductees enrolled in special
completed the course successtraining
units
fully,
while
the 14 percent who were unable
to qualify were discharged from the Army.
Page 228. Appendix Q, shows detailed statistics, by month, on the number of men undergoing training
in special training
units.

A

THOUSAND

types is

inception

to the end of the

breakdown of the numbers of
Women's Army Corps receiving

Visual
training
aids nunibering
409
training
films and 592 film
strips were produced during the period
from January 1942 to
August 1945, with peak production centered in
Activity
in the production
af field
manualr was centered in 1943 and 1944, while
the production
of technical
menuala did not
reach a peak until
April1945.
Altogether
3,257 manuals were published
between January
1939 and August 1945, of which 2,553 were
published
after
December 1942. Page 229,
Appends Q, shows the monthly production of
training
aids.
1943

l

HEALTH
The Medical Deplrtment is committed, in
the regulations,
to the conservation
of manpower of the military
forces.
This is accomplished by the establishment
and application
of precise physical
standards for
induction
and enlistment,
the maintenance of the physical well-being
of troops through
the application of the most modern principles
of preventive
medicine, and the provision
of
the
best in care e.nd treatment for those who are
disabled
by sickness,
injury,
or wounds.
Channels fcr evacuation of the sick and wounded are established for
the methodical disposition of patients so as to insure
retention
of effectives
and relieve the fighting
forces
of noneffectives.
Transportation
for patients
is provided
and the Medical Department is
responsible
for the administration
of military hospitals,
dispensaries,
hospitaltrains,
and other facilities
adjunct to the provision
of a complete medical service.
PHYSICAL -IONS

AT INDUCI'ION

Physical standards
for determining
acceptability
for'military
service are given in
Mobilization
Regulations
l-9 (for
inductees
and enlisted men generally)
and in Army Regulations
(for officers,
nurses,
warrant
officers,
and Aviation
Cadets, principally).
These instruct'ions
have been modified
and
amended upon occasion.
In the mobilization
period and during
the war, 21,000,OOO physical
examinations
were conducted for induction
of enlisted men.
During the calendar year 1943, 5,191,400
registrants
were examined at induction
stations.
As a result,
3,307,600 were declared
available
for induction by either the Army or
the Navy and 1,883,800 were rejected for seice in either Arm. Thus the combined rejection rate for the United States for the year
of all examined; the variawas 36.3 percent
tion by service commandwas frbm 31.1 percent
in the Seventh Service Command to 46.2 percent in the Fourth.
The causes of rejection
were detailed in
three
categories:
administrative,
which included men who, although acceptable for limtiwere nevertheless
rejected
beed service,
cause of quota limitations,
as well a8 unskilled
illiterates,
crmls,
men dishonorably discharge from the service, and undesirables
from a moral viewpoint;
mental defectives
which included
psychiatrics
(PSYand personality
inchases, psychoneuroses,
adequacies)
as well as those mentally deficient, among them illiterates
unable to pass
specially
designed aptitude tests; and third,
This last
category showed
physical defects.
ti over-all
rejection
rate of 20.38 percent
of all persons examined, with variations
by

service
comma& from
Second. to 22.09 percent
command..

18.25 percent

in the
Service

in the Ninth

The following
table shows for white and
colored
registrants
the rejection
rate& by
cause
and the principal
disqualifying
defects
found in all persons rejected for physical
reasons.
NuMBERRZFXEcTEDP~1000~,
BYCAUSE
OF REJXCTIONEZLECI'EESAT INDUCZLONSTATIONS
1943
1

Cause

,

Total

White CFolored
I

TOTAL . . . . . . .
ADMINIs1TRATm

362.9

330-o

532.2

. . .

16.8

MElrEAL . . . . . . .

141.7

PHYSICAL . . . . . .
Cardiovascular
. . . .
Musculoskeletal.;..
. .
Ear, Nose, T&oat . . .
@es . . . . . . . . .
Hernia
. . . . . . . .
Neurological
. . .. . .
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Genitourinary
. . . . .
Feet
Respiit&i
ieices
;Bj
Gastrointestinal
. . .
Venereal Disease . . .
Teeth . . . . . . . . .
AllOther.
. . . . . .

203.8
z

.
21.0

19.5
14.6
13.4
I-l.5
10.7
;:;
6.6
5.2
1.1

22.2

304.5
202.4

27.3 %
26.3
29.9
24.0
5.8
19.8
18.3
14.8
13.2
12.2
19.4
11.5
11.3
10.7
IL.0
8.0
18.0
9.4

8.9,

;2

3.3
17.0

1.2
23.3

0.9
U.9
I

During the period from Septaplber 1942 tc
January 1943 when the Army was inducting registrants
in the age group 18 years to 46
rates
by age have greatest
Ye==, rejection
coverage.
Chart 82 shows the percent
of
those examined in each of certain age groups
which was accepted for either general service
or limited service.
It is important
to note that under more
rigid standards applicable
in 1940 and 1941,
absence of teeth was the second mqst importof white regant cause for disqualification
istrants,
at a rate of 27.2 per 1,000 examined, although
substandard visual acuity
.RBS,
as in 1943, the fourth most important cause.
Defects leading to a classification
of limited service (rejected
for service in 1940 and
1941) show principal
causes for white registrants as 56.9 per 1,000 for poor teeth, 40.1
for poor eyes, and 20.8 for hernia.
Among
Negroes the leading causes were venereal disease, 143.3 per 1,000; hernia, 18.5;
teeth,

18.4;

and

eyes,

16.8
63

HEALTH
CHART

82

PERCENT

OF

REGISTRANTS

INDUCTED

WHITE
PERCENT

AGE
GROUP

o

20

COLORED
PERCENT

INDUCTED

40

60

80

100

0

20

INDUCTED

40

60

80

I

18-22
24-27

~LIMITEC
SERVICE

LIMITED
SERVICE

)
GEiERAL
SERVICE

37 -40
44-46

Acceptance of men with these defecta
after Dece.@ber 1942 required certain rehabilitation
by the Army; procurement
of spectacles a* restoration
of teeth were programs
of considerable magnitude, while treatment of
men inducted
with venereal disease required
In connectioti
with this
special
clinics.
all statistics
relating
to
last
category,
venereal disease contracted
while in service
must be corrected
for this "Existed Prior to
Service" group.
Data relating
to separation also suggest
that the existence
of this "limited
service"
group, created a major morale problem and an
administrative
problem in staffing
units for
overseas service.
The following
table shows
the principal
defects found in men inducted
for limited service.
DEFECTSFOUNDIN MEN INIXJCTED
FOR LIMITED SERVICE
Occurrence Rates Per 1,000 Inducted
January - 1 May 1944
Occurrence
Rate

Chief Defect

490.4
213.2

Substandard Visual Acuity
. . .
Hernia (Inguinal,
Und.escended)*.
Eye Defects (Excl. Visual Acuity)
Ankylosis & Limitation
of .Lbtion
Ear Abnormalities
. . . . . . .
Deformities
. . . . . . . . . .
Feet Affections
. . . . . . . .
Amputations
. . . . . . . . . .
Nose and Sinus Abnormalities
. .
All Other Diseases and Defects .

115.1

35.1
::*:
2117
11.0
10.2

44.1
I

* Became acceptable
11 November 1943. It is
probable that induction boards reclassified
a number of such men out of the IV-F group
and sent them up f&
induction early
in
1944; this
may lead to overstatement
of
this occurence rate.

64

ADMISSIONSTO HOSPITALS
Continental United States
The maintenance of the health
of troops
in the United States is best indicated by the
behavior of admission rates for disease.
The
tabular data in Appendix R (pages 230 to 232)
cover the war months. Chart 83 traces
the
course of admission rates, with certain diagnostic breakdowns, from January 1940 through
winter
after
September 1945. In the first
mobilization
began an epidemic of respiratory
diseases occurred,
causing unusually
high
Continued inductions operated to susrates.
tain
a level of morbidity
somewhat higher
than the experience
of the previous
decade,
yet the continual
process of selection
and
seasoning of troops has resulted in admission
rates which, except for the summer of 1943,
have been growing steadily
more favorable
of 1941. The sharp peak in
since the fall
the summer of 1943 does not represent an increase in morbidity,
but rather
arises from
administrative
action
which provided for release of men through hoapitals
by the method
This p'olicy was
of the disability
discharge.
abruptly
altered in November of that year.
It is likewise evident
that morbidity
in December was artificially
low. The understatement results from the Reluctance of personnel
at si& call and thus jeopardize
to report
leave or pass privileges
during the Christmas
and New Year season.
Charts 84 through 88 present
the facts
for selected
diseases which are significant
components of the total rate or which present
problems of prevention or treatment or both.
admission rates
have
Neuropsychiatric
been more dependent,
perhaps,
upon War Department
policy
regarding
suitability
for
service and discharges
than upon any real
variations
in incidence.
The bulge in the
last half of 1943 isM,,,directly
related to the
publication
of WD Cirtcular 161, 1943, and the

HEALTH
CHART

63

ADMISSION
RATES
TO HOSPITAL
AND QUARTERS
DISEASE AND NONBATTLE
INJURY -CONTINENTAL
U.S.
RATE

RATE

2000

I
PER 1,000 sTfxNGTt

(ADtdsstON~

l-

PER YEAR)

---120*

TOTAL

DISEASE
ADMISSION

AND INJURY
RATE

COLDS,

INFLUENZA,
/

c, _
I

0

0
JM

J

S

D

hi

J

S

D

M

discharge
data closely
paxallel
the a&misDespite the stress upon the screening
sions.
at induction of men suspected of tendency to
succumb to psychiatric
disorders,
admissions
for
this
cause continued
relatively
high
throughout the war. (Chart 84)
.a

CHART

84

D

M

J

S

D

M

M

J-‘S”d

JA

1945

1944

1943
YEAR

Pneumonia (Chart 85) shows a decreasing
incidence
since January 1943 when allowance
is made for the typical
seasonal pattern
of
Tuberculosis
admission rates
this complaint.
depict
a case-finding
story rather
than a
true measure of incidence.
lh early
1943 a
CHART

85

PNEUMONIA

NEUROPSYCHIATRIC
ADMISSIONS
AND DISCHARGES
CONTINENTAL
RATE

S

1942
CALENDAR

1941

1940

J

ADMISSION

CONTINENTAL

U.S.

RATES

UNITED

STATES

*

80

24
60

I6

6
jATYPlCAL1

0
JMJSDMJSDMJS

1942

D

I943

* Per thousandadmissionsper year.

1944

M

J,

1945

Ol~“~ll”“l”llll”“II~I”‘l~IIII”(
J

S

1942

D

M

J

1943

S

0

M

J

1944

S

D

M

.i

1945

A

.

HEALTH
CHART

19451, case8 were discovered that wouldothe~
(Chart 86)
The
wise have been unnoticed.
data for venereal disease indicate generally
rising rate8 for cases contracted duringsem
ice since the spring of 1943. By contrast,
the advances in therapy
have very much reduced the loss of manpower through
a reduotIon in the required treatment time per case.
Days lost
per case averaged 19.2 in 1942
while for September 1945 the average was 4.20
days lost per case. (chart 87).

86

TUBERCULOSIS

ADMISSION

CONTINENTAL

UNITED

RATES
STATES

RATE
I
THOUSAND
PER

I
STRENGTH
YEAR

E
I=
;:
i

-it

P
z

In the spring of 1945 certain apprehension attended
the prospect of the return cf
large number of troop6 from the malarious
area8 over0eaa.
Chart 88 shows the
ricing
rate
of malaria
admissions from infections
acquired outside the United States.

I
4

Morbidity
Overseas
The tabular data included
in Appendix R
(pages 230 through 232 clearly
establish the
ffict that disease and injury were more prevalent overseas than in the United States.
In
the primary
disposition
of forces,
troops
were moved to the Pacific
theater,
Central,
South, and Southwest.
The later movement deployed forces
across the Atlantic3
in far
greater
numbers, eventually,
than the westward dispositions.
This timing had a marked
effect
upon the relative
importance of each
part
of the morbidity
experience
abroad.
(chart 89)

III,,
JMJSOMJSDMJSDMJA

1942

1943

1944

1945

radio-graphic
survey ofmeninduoted
previously Wthout X-Ray was directed,
and suspected
ca0eB were likewise examined. X-Ray examination of chests upon separation
is also a directed procedure; hence, coincident
with demobilization
(commenced on R-Day, 12 May

VENEREAL

DISEASE

- CONTINENTAL
(WAR PERIOD)

UNITED
DAYS

ADMISSIONS

RATE

STATES
LOST PER CASE

DAYS

75
ADMISSION
STRENGTH
(MONTHLY

PER 1000
PER YEAR
AvERAcE

1
FOR

QUARTER)

I

I
IUTY STATUS

ITOTAL

ARMY

-GONORRHEA(UNCOMPLICATED)

I

I

:NK :ILLIN
(IN LIEU

-GONORRHEA
OF FEVER)

PENICILLIN
-GONORRHEA
(2NO
COURSE
IN LIEU
SULFLiTHlOZOL)

I

01

PENICILLIN
GONORRHEz
I5T COURSE

25

J’ll”““I

0
I

2

3

1942

66

4

I

2

3

1943

4

I

‘2

3

1944

4

I

2

1945

3

JAN-DEC

1942

AVG

M

J

1943

S

D

M

J

1944

S

0

M

IQ45

J

A

HEALTH
CHART

88

MALARIA

ADMISSION

CONTINENTAL

nonexistant
in the United States made their
appearance in the Pacific,
China and IndiaBurma Theaters.
Dengue, filariosis,
scrub
typhus, schistosomiosis,
cholera,
Japanese B
encephalitis,
and dermatitises
variously
tiown as "New Guinea,"
or "jungle rot"
constituted
additional
items among the health
hazards confronting
the troops,
Charts 90
indicates the yearly average admission rates
overseas.

RATES

UNITED STATES

RATE
301

I

I

I
PER TmWSAND
STRENtiTH
PER YEAR

I

I

24

Malaria was prevalent
also in North Africa, the first
active theater
in the combat
against Italy and Germany. Poor local sanicontributed
heavily
to the
tary
conditions
morbidity
of troops throughout
the North African, Sicilian,
and Italian
campaigns. Infectious
hepatitis
appeared in significent
proportions
and, with the conquest of Naples,
venereal disease assumed major importance.

-J

M

J

s

D

M

1943

J

1944

S

D

M

Early experience in the European Theater
was relatively
favorable.
Throughout
the
course of active
combat from D-Day (6 June
1944) until the end of the war with Germany
from disease was at
(8 my 1945) morbidity
levels
which must be adjudged favorable by
any standards.

JA

1945

Early experience
in the Pacific was attended by admission rates for diseases which
were extremely
high.
This applies
particularly
to the experience
of troops
in the
Malarias
and fevers of undeSouth Pacific.
termined origin
took a heavy toll
of effecDiseases that are rare or
tive
strength.
CHART

In all
the European continent,
dangers
were continually
present.
Whosesale destruction of dwellings and public works, with near
famine conditions,
created grave sanitary
problems in the large cities;
dyphtheria,

89

ADMISSIONS

TO HOSPITAL

AND QUARTERS OVERSEAS

RATE

RATE

1200
TOTAL
ADMISSIONS
STRENGTH

PER. ID00
PER YEAR

l-----l

1200

1000

600

600

67

HEALTH
CHART k-l
ANNUAL
ADMISSION RATES
DISEASE AND INJURY

typhoid, and typhus fever
abounded in the
homeless and nomadic population
to create a
*jar
problem of control end prevention.
The
success of U.S. Forces in erresting
the epidpd.c 09 louse-borne . typhus in Naples is
well known. Less :wideJy appreciated,
perhaps, but no lees #npor'&nt:
the medical
provision
for d'i@aaed~a&d injured displaced
persons, enemy pri&ners
of war, German political prisoners,
and &Lisd prisoners of wer,
camps of which were overrun with the collapse
of Germany. At one time U.S. Forces were
responsible
for the supervision
of 430,000
such patients.
The number of non-Army patients
is shown on pages, 245 and 246 of Appendix R.

FOR

KEY

ALL

OTHER

VENEREAL
MALARIA
AND
FEVER -UNKNOWN

ORIGIN

RESPIRATORY

TOTAL

ET0
RATE
IO

Both in the Italian
Campaign in f&e winter of 1943-44 and the European campaign in
the winter of 1944~45, trench-foot
greatly
augmented the admission rates for nonbattle
The ur&y
:of'combat and the tactiww+Y*
cal restrictions,
&&k to produce nonbattle
it*%
~~~~~i~~~~~t;~~~~e~~~~
sion rates

for nonb&&&e'injury
have been lw
to 200 percent of the continental
U.S. rates.
percent

DTSPOSITION OF CASES
MT0

SWPA

RATE

Overseas
Lines of evacuation
for the sick and
wounded in overseas theaters are established
%o remove the patient
to a medical facility
adequate to the treatment of his case. Cases
which require hospita.L&ation
in excess of a
specified
time limit
(referred
to as t&
evacuation policy)
or cases which are manifestly disabled,
are invalided home as soon
as possible.
During the war, the evacuation
policy appliedto several theaters individual4
varied
from a minimum of 60 days to a
znaximum of 180 days. Under the latter
it is
almost a certainty
that the only patients returned would be those who had suffered permanent and incapacitating
disability.

ATE

12

I2
IO
e
6

6

4

0
0

ASIA
ATE

12
IO
6

6

1942

68

1943

1944

1945

1942

1943

1944

1945

-

In the following
table are shown the
disposition
of all hospital
admissions
in
the Mediterranean Theater in 1944. In excess
of 88 percent of all admissions were returned
to duty in the theater.
For comparison with
the actual
proportion
evacuated, there are
also shown the derived estimates arising from
World War I data. From this
it would appear
that the theater was operating on a policy of
between 120 days and 180 days. The slated
policy was I20 deys.
The European Theater
operated on a 180day policy
as long as hospital
facilities
were adequate to take care of the volume of
patients
that would accumulate thereunder.
By December 1944, the sustained
severity of
combat and the accumulation of trench-foot
cases increased the patient load in hospitals
so as to demand relief.
Hence a de-facto 90-

HEALTH
DISPOSITION OF HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS,
MEDIcTERm
THEATW - 1944
Percent Distribution
RE

‘on

for Admission

Dispositions

All
Causf

:::,

1 ~z+Laea

TOTAL....

1oo.c

.oo.o

100.0

100.0

0.E

0.1

2.7

3.2

Died in Theater

.

Retaed
to Duty
General Serv. .
Limited Serv. .

(-g
.

91

PATIENTS EVACUATED

7.6

4.0 '

7.1

21.3

Remaining in Hosp.

3.9

3.5

5.0

- 5il

-

3.7
0.9

9.0
4.8

26.6
15.8

day evacuation policy was ordered which remained in effect until
April when a further
reduced policywasplaced
in effect in antioipation of the end of the war.
The following
table ahows the proportions
of admissions
by
diagnosis and by theater that were evacuated
from overseas theaters in the period January
1944 to March 1945.
PATIXNTS EVACUATEDFROM
OVERSEAS
THEATERS
Percent of Admissions - January 1944
to krch 1945

European . . .
Mediterranean.
Pacific Areas.
Asiatic.
. . .
Alaskan. . . .
Caribbean. . .
Middle Eastern

T
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

OVERSEAS

ND
I

b

J

I

1943

Theater

FROM

ALL THEATERS

92.4Q.270.4
85.0) (73.9) (59.1)
(7.4) (11.3) (11.3)

Evacuated to Z/I

ESTIMATEDEVACUEES
No-clay polioy .
180&y policy

CHART

5.2

8.8

26.1

5.5

16.5

27.6
23.0

;::

6.5
3.9

;:;.

2.1
3.1
2.3

2.3

2.3

22.9

13.5

Wta concerning
the total
volume of
evacuee0 are presented
iri Appendix R, page
233. Chart 91 shows the growth of the volume
from 1943 through August 1945, and also indicates
the portion of the total
patients who
were wounded. This latter
increased rapidly
after D-Day in Europe.
Through December 1943, some 78,200 patients had been evacuated to this country and
through
December 1944,
evacuees numbered
240,000.
DLiring 1943 nearly 42,000 evacuees
were disposed of from hospitals
in this country and by the end of 1944, the two-year

1944

1945

total
exceeded 142,000 dispositions.
Thus,
tabulated
dispositions
are equivalent
to 59
percent of all
patients received
from overseas through December 1943.
These aispositions accounted for 72 percent of the disease
patients,
48 percent of the nonbattle injury
patients,
and only 29 percent of the wounded.
These data must therefore
exclude the final
dispositions
of the seriously
injured
ma
wounded patients for whom the probable disposition
is discharge on certificate
of disability.
The following
table
gives the details.
DISPOSITION IN 1943 AND 1944 OF PATIENTS
EVACUATEDFROMOVERSEAS
Diagnoses

Total

1943 TOTAL 41 672
Disease . . 3-a
Nonbattle
Injury . .
2,567
Battle Cas.
3,044
1944 TOTAL 00,783
Disease . . 79,447
Nonbattle
Injury
. .
8,265
Battle Cas.
13,071
$DISTRIB:
1943 Disposition
1944 Disposition

I
Duty R~~r~~

All
DieI ther

~2,651 27 046%
1,830
116 1,670
9,579 &%
it479
1,593
8%

1,001
1,349

11
18

2,026
F00,936 !m
339 1,633

5,260
5,931

2,840

21

6,821

70

100.0

26.6

68.5

0.3

4.6

100.0

46.0

51.5

0.4

2.1

144
249

69

HEALTH
DISPOSITIONS OF PATIENTS ADMI!M'EDFROMU%Fl?EDSTATES II'? 1942

1
Diagnosis
TOTAL:
Number . . . . . . . .
Percent
. . . . . . .
DISEASE:'
Number..
Percent

Admissiont

2,028,456

l-

3

Duty

CDD or
Retired',

1,923,566
94.7

. . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . .

1,802,030

NONBATTLEINJURY:
Number.....
. . . . .
Percent
. . . . . . . . .

226,426

1,706,012
94.

Disposition@ Died

-I-

Other

79,566
3.9

6,867
0.3

18,068

78,451
4.4

1,993

15,443

217,554

0.1

1,115
0,49 *

96.

Remaining

399

0.9

131

0.9

4,864
2.14

2,625
1.16

268

* Through December 1943
Two factors are chiefly
responsible
for
the larger
proportion
of dispositions
as
COD's and retirements
resulting
from disease
in 1943 than in 1944. First,
the policy of
the War Department
in granting
CDD's was
much more liberal
and, secona,somewhat longer
evacuation policies
were in effect overseas,
with
the resillt
that only the more serious
cases were returned to the United States for
treatment ma f.inal‘d-iagositlon.
Continental
united States
For purposes of comparison, all
cases
awing
1942 in continental
united
admitted
States were traced
through December 1943,
with
the results
indicated in the preceding
table.
It
is certain
that disability
ahcharges accounted for a larger proportion
of
total dispositions
in 1943 than during 1942,
the year to which these data apply.
DLSABILITYDISCHARG-ES
Disability
discharges
by months are
shc~~~ in Chart 92. As set forth
earlier,
the numbers of disability
dischargea
granted
at particular
timer3 has besn dependent upon
amhesrge po32c~ehn&ths
amwmit~
over-all
of retaining
in serviae
permm with cert.-&In
types of aieabillti~
ae mlated
to compet3nce in some field of endeavor.
The liberal
policy
established by WD Circular 161, 1943,
although
rescinded within f@u months, produced a eharp peak, reaching its maximwx in
September of that year. Much of the total is
accounted for by Uscharges
grsd,ea to men
classified
as limited
service who, after repeated change in assignments, could not be
made adaptable to any military
task reasonably available.
A similar
but more closely
controlled
actionwasagain
taken with respect
to limited service
person,& with the publication
of WD Circular 370, 1944, and may be
chiefly
responsible
for the rise
which
reached its maximum &rdn.g October 1944. The
steady increase since January 1945is acoountea for in major part by the dlsposltione
of
patients evacuated fram overseas.
70

Since the physical
standards applicable
of disability
for discharge
t determinations
ar73 clearly
related,
if not identical,
with
the etandsds
applicable
to induction,
importance attaches to examinationof
the causes
for discharge.
In the following
table the
principal
causes for aisabllity
aischsrges
are compared with rejection
rates recorded in
disease remains:d the
1943. Neuropsychlatric
leading
disability
for which discharge was
Note should be taken, however, that
granted.
ap&roximately
30 percent of the disharges
under this
aiagnosia
in 1945 were judgea attributable
to
combat.
w03dna
Similarly,
sequelae account for 55 percent
of the musculoskeletal
defects
in 1945. In contrast
with the psychiatric
disorders,
the most frequent diagnosis under general ma infectious
diseases is arthritis
which accounts for more
than 50 percent of these cases: yet the observed occurrence rate for this complaint in
CHART

92

TIIOu!

ND

DMXIARGES

60

I

FOR DISABILATY
I

I

HEALTH

1940 and 1941 was only 3.7 per 1,000, or less
than 0.25 percent of all recorded defects.

CHART

9.3

OVERSEAS

NON-EFFECTIVE

RATES

RATE

PRINCIPAL CAUSESFOR DISCHARGE
ON CFRTIFICATE CF DISABILITY COMPARED
WITH
?EXECTIONSAT INDUCTION
Percent of All Causes
Cause

60
AVG
I

A
I I:,

I
NO OF NON- EFFECTIVE5
PER ,000 STRENGTH

1st

or Defect

6 MO.

1945
Neuropsychiatric Dis.
Eyes, Ears,
Nose,Throat
MmlcLiLoskeletal
.
Cardiovascular
Gastrointestinal
General and
Infectious

39.9

42.1

39.4

25.6

a/44.9-

11.2

5.9

10.1

18.0

3.7

8.1
8.2

9.3
8.7

18.7
6.4

29.4
5.2

j-ya.1
4.0

1.8

9.4

4.8

2.7

7.6

-

9.8

8.9

9.5

a.2

a/ Combat induced 13.4 percent
';/Wound sequelae 12.7 percent;
.of injury 4.3 percent

as a result

In 1942, out of a total of 62,014 disbharges for disability,
53,535 or 86.4 percent were for defects deemed to have been in
existence prior
to induction
into
the Army.
There is soms variation
by diagnosis,
from 94
percent EATS for musculoskeletal
defects to
85.6
percent for cadriovascular
diseases,
among the more common complaints.
Ncnbattle
inuuries and battle injuries
are,
of course,
apposite ma sustained 'in line of duty.
It
is probable that
almost all of the limited
service
unadaptable
discharged in 1943 were
inducted with the complaint for which discharge was granted.
This appears to be true
also for the majority of the other discharges
granted in 1943. Data of this nature are not
available
for 1945.

The number of patients who will remain
in hospiCals or quarters for treatment on any
day is dependent upon two factors:
the incidence of dd88&aea, injuries,
and wounds and
the length of time required
to complete the
trea&ent
of the case, either by restoration
t0
duty,
evacuation
from the hospital,
or
discharge with a remaining disability.
During
the period from July 1943 through
June 1944,
the average days lost per caseinall
overseas
theaters were: 42.0 days for wounded; 19.0
days for nonbattle
injuries;
and 13.4 days
for diseases.
Within the last
category the
variation
by diagnosis
by theater
was from
4.9 ws for diarrhea and dysentery
cases in
the European Theater to 23.7 days for venereal disease cases in the Pacific Ocean Areas.
Variations
were also introduced by changes in

the evacuation policies
times,
shorter policies
durations.
CHART

applying at different
resulting
in shorter

94

NUMBER
IN HOSPITAL

OF PATIENTS
REMAINING
AND QUARTERS
OVERSEAS

THOUSAND

JM

.I

c

D

M

J

D

M

JA

71

HEALTH

overseas noneffective
rates by
Total
major category are shown in Chart 93 and on
pages 234 to 236 of Appendix R. These data
indicate
the proportional
distributions
of
patients
by major category in relation
to
strength.
In order to trace the growth of the
medical task interms of patients under treatment, Chart 94 shows the total patients under
t.reatment by months from January 1943 to
April 1945. This is incomplete coverage, but
the closing date is beyond the peak month.
CHART

95

NONEFFECTIVE
RATE IN CONTINENTAL
U.S. BY CAUSE OF ADMISSION
RATE
100
AVERAGE
PER

NO.
1000

I
OF EFFECTIVES
STRENGTH

of the Army strength
in the United States,
This was
with a l-percent
expansion factor.
reduced to 3.5 percent in September 1944 and
again reduced in December of that year to 3
with no expansion
factor.
When the
percent
number of patients being returned to united
States
from overseas began to overload the
an expansion program was
general
hospitals,
initiated.
In January 21,000 additional
beds
were made available
to the Medical Regulating
Officer.
This was accomplished by redesignating existing
facilities
as general
hospitals
and by making fuller
use of space at all genIn January 1945 there were
eral hospitals.
153,000 authorized beds in general hospitals,
In June,
of which l27,OOO were effective.
whenthe general hospital
expansion was ended,
there were 164,000 authorized
beds, of which
153,000 were effective.
A concurrent expansion was maae of the convalescent
hospitals,
from 27,000 in January to 50,000 in July.

-

60

The difference
between the authorized
number is
number of beas and the effective
caused by the dispersion
factor.
There is,
dispersion
internal
hospital
first,
the
caused by the necessity for having various
types of comwards aesignatea for specific
plaints,
which when80percent
filled
are considered as operating at capacity.
Geographic
since
dispersion
must also be considered,
provisions
have to be made for peak loads
in all
which do not occur simultaneously
areas.

60

CHART

96

NUMBER OF PATIENTS
REMAINING IN
HOSPITALS
-CONTl NENTAL UNITED STATE S
THOU!
JM

J

S

1943

D

hi

J

I944

S

D

I.4

JA

300

1946

The noneffective
rates obtained
in the
United States are shown in Chart%,
The total rate is broken down by categories of patients, as between those admitted
from troop
units
in this
country and those evacuated
from overseas. Chart 96 and page,247, Appendix
R present
data concerning
the number of
patients.

200

HOSPXCALFACILITIES
The tabular data presentedinAppendix
R,
pages 237 through 249, include
tables on the
capacity
of fixed and mobile hospital units
overseas and hospital beds by type of hospital in the United States, as well as tables of
beds occupied.
The percent of patients other
than U.S. Army patients,
percent although not
discussed here, is indicated
in the appendix
tables.
Frwm 1940 to September 19% the authorization for beds at Z/I hospitals
was4percent

72

100

0

M

J

1943

S

D

M

J

1944

S

D

M

1945

JA

HEALTH

.

Overseas, the authorization
for the number of beds in fixed
and nonfixed hospitals
was determined by theater authorizations
from
the War Department.
Since the tnes of diseases and the climatic
conditions .a8 well as
the nature
of the combat, varied in the severa1 theaters
of operation,
it was necessary
to establish
different
percentages
of troop
strength to allocate bed space. These authorizations
generally
were above the actual
necessary quantities,
but were not always met
Personnel
To staff the hospitals
and other medical
facilities,
more than 600,000 personnel were
needed. The peak strength
was 697,541 in
of 1943 there
October 1944. In the sprig
were no personnel
problems in the Medical
By the spring of 1944, shortages
Department.
in specialists
b@.n to appear. Tables of
Organization
could not be properly filled
and

units were sent overseas with sub-T/O assignments of specialists.
To alleviate
this
shortage, strict
controls were initiated
in
the United States in the summer of 1944. This
shortage continued
and increased in the fall
of 1944. The Army Nurse Corps was also operating
with limited
personnel.
To overcome
this shortage
the nurse recruitment
program
was staxted in the spring of 1945.
When the war ended these problems ceased
to exist, since the tactical. requirements for
many units
disappeared.
The demobilization
program was then initiated
to return medicai
specialists
to civilian
life so as to end the
shortage there as soon as possible.
Between
May and December 1&5more than 15,000 doctors
and 24,000 nurses were demobilized. The table
below shows the strength of the various branches of the Medical Department.
On pages 250
-252 0f Appendix R, a more detailed study of
the main categories of personnel is shown.

PEEGONNELSTRENGET
OFMEDICALDEPARTMENT
Wee
TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . .
Medical Corps ..........
...........
DentalCorps
Nurse Corps ...........
.........
Phsrmacy Corps.
Administrative
Corps .......
Veterinary
Corps ..........
Sanitary Corps ..........
.......
Iiospital
Dietitians
.......
Ehysical Therapists
misted
Men ............
Enlisted Women ..........
* January 1942
4 First report, July 1943
bJ Organized in Msxch 1943

December
1944

December
1942

December
1943

December
1944

16,937

475,999

623,650

682,048

637,641

35,549
9,773
22,612
f4/
5,860
1,532
1,154
id

40,328
14,332
36,607
58
14,749
2,007
2,209
1,048
561

46,747
15,110
42,248
66
17,071
2,038
2,3%

47,834
14,370
54,770;

11,432
3,124
9,?U"

-I70
1;
687
224
b/

1,456

990
5;y$
7

August
1945

19,961
2,116
2,456
1,580
1,268

cf Februsxy 1942
q First report, October 1944

I

73

APPEH-D-IX
TA.BLES

.

a

APPElVDIX

A

PROCURMENTDELIVERIES BY SERVEEA.NDMAJOR
(In Thousands of Dollars)
Ordnance Dewrtment

Tt

Year ana
Month

.
*
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
t
.
.

275,394

1943 . . . .

11,112,797

January .
February .
&z-oh . .
April.
. .
May .*....
June . . .
July...
August...
September.
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.

January . .
F'sbrwuy .
Kxrch . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
August. .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

1945 . . . .
January .
February .
March .,...
Ag-il
. ,
May . . .
June..
.
July......
Au&&.
.

E&2,241.

. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

14,500
17,043
21,526
26,276
29,806

761,662
742,459

809,706
850,622
896,466
934,178
6,431,6%
900,876
908,030
977,149
941,908
935,685
803,694

34,o84,437

11,199

12,655
20,281
25,868
34,762
41,248
53,329
;;> 1”9$

44;604
48,714
51,489

p;6’

812,449
51,293
48,305
58,964

zz2,
91724,413

$

;z;:
;;:;s&

3;:
74:871
82,437

, . .

TCY!YL . . . .

406,649

;;g;
63:m

. . .
. . .
. .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

1944 * . . .

Heavy Field
Artillery
Ammunition

la11 Arm.8
5ateriel
Ammunition

Total

1942 . . . . $ 6,815,541
January . .
February . .
March . . .
April
. . .
May . *. .
June . . .I.
July . . . .
&lgLlst . . .
September .
October . a.
November . .
December . .

ITF,MGROUP

701281
l,lQ7,252
74,493

75,23?
86,778
92,433

96,778
103,529
110,163
101,592

101,510
103,140
;;a$;
,

704,999

182,351

1,‘+98,432

75,577

49,207
39,271
49,560

36,603
19,605
19,696
13,413
10,119
10,560
10,493
11,670
14,641
7 ii;:
131251

126,275
81,386
99,220
107,804
117,104
105,407
116,934
125,392
130,594
158,588
160,300
169,428

7:453
7,917
8,758
8,440
7,563
7,325

384,921

1,952,644

149,244

10,312
12,327
17,888
24,708
26,643
32,999

8:551
9,922
12,724
12,503
13,396
14,610
14,294
14,844
14,919
15,709

61,413
58,962
5,;g

551157
67,336
;;,gJ

68;807

2:;:

411723
34,553

6lZ818
;;35$

;?696’;

84;436

$;2;
45:827

31,655
32,118

2,17'+,764

49,368

50,487
42,176
:G;9
2,393,747

2,220
1,268
1,405
1,405
1,586
1,676
2,042

4;26y

22577:

37,076
40,700
47,378

22::
;gt:

28,712

$6”;
>

26,716

50,519

45,210
42,599
45,684
44,507
41,617
34,693
18,278
* 10,688

$

;z88:
4869

26,439

66,193

314,930

9~6,261

Artillery

;+::
&

17,310
16,347
20,678

77,297
68,552
64,060
60,823
50,664
52,598
52,184
52,031
51,346

283,276

222,141 $

Heavy Field

;;> iE

13,994

472,635

31,894

Other Than
Hv.Fd.&S.A.

9,448
9,903
14,929
17,251
17,364
19,328
22,879
21,518
22,764
20,865
22,971
22,921

12,371
10,085
14,661

672,390

3bo5
31,505

jllmmulition

975,943

641267

831201
98,490
92,631

;g
6,495
;‘40;:
2:835

89,276
102,071
113,897
120,880

;g
401534
43,006
53,120
53,931

157,218
167,981
160,550
171,977
161,993
158,441
156,887
159,301
167,456
163,452
156,440
170,948

841,161

477,701

1,277,096

105,053

114,893
114,380
118,078
115,754
122,606
120,080
95,650

65,289
67,939
77,038
82,573
78,073
;:%;
16:535

184,840
189,965
195,460
199,091
193,652
146,069
110,984
57,035

16,866
17,314
19,051
17,757
15,097
;>g

1,267,114

59684,433

358,586

86,923

39,720

2,788,641.

9,2:;

3:706

.

75

._
.‘

711
.’ i

APi’ElVDIX

PRO-

DELIVER=

BY SERVICE AND MAJOR ITBf

T
Year and
Month

Artl~ery
Other Than
Hv. Field

1942 . . . .

$ 746,742 B1,441,47O $ 234,423

January .
February .
Maroh . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

1943 . . . .
January .
February....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

. :.

&j727

55,191
73,422
78,563
$,$;
101:394
117,017
1,244,7m

55,998
z?g:
801458
89,867

92'212

131'114
;z;,;g
154:784
169,032
260,604

19.945. . . .
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June......
July......
Au@&...-.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,
.

TOTAL . . . .

qglt and
Medium
Truoka

6 139,095 II 256,822 i 620,786 ; -774,236
9,112
&'18J+
;,;g

71616
8,892
lL917
12'148

12,506
13,816
2%'
556,8v

14,858
14,107
20'880
21,568
19,434
24,744
22,780
25,660
23,331
20,727

55,063
62,025
56,393
W'lO3

26,627

pzz,

22,106

435,210

35'915

59,811

730,875

44,792
42,530
62,947
65,024
58,584
74,595
68,674

77'357

Other
Vehioles
and MISC.

220,736
7,057
18,884
3%
161033

q670

21,410

20,294

19,859
18,733
17,632
28'583

715,108

389,799

46,143
45,488
49,846

46,634
42,304
30,684
28,382
26,142
2pg

$3;$
71:2o8
79'903
78,634

~;'"7~~
62'182
621568
70'017

1'363'386

395,555

335,926

505,336

810,636

614,882

4O8,002

$'$iE
9o:oo7
100'405
lo2'329
~3,767
105,678
122,031
116,296
135,072
151'334
159,612

;~%
3o:207
28,201
31'154
32,571
30,322
27,895
25,543
30,638
37,768
38,446

50,957
44'590
34'977
25,472
23,702
22,243
22,166
20,073
20,171
21,556
23,027
26,992

3LU2
31,279
33,924
g, g$

63,006
63,410
64,371
621694
$'"67$

63'857

38,693
32,130
30,446

294,280 1,018,026

177,169

143,282

353,050

587,075

354'570

205,017

19'999
u,962
15'597
17,746
20,480
y;

25,604
25,328
23,493
19,440
17,461
13,020
12,239
6,697

47,711
4%089

;;,;g
82:2hA
76,939

50,934
48,940
53,271
49,532
50,987

:7",g

682,913

.
.
.
.
.

LlghtHeavg
Truoke

'6:'g;
7o:516
pg
60;084

1944 . . . .

.
.
.
.
.

I

HeavyHe&
Trucks

28,198
28,887
34'564
39,619
32,754
40,464
40,384
42,113
36,524
35'261
36,626
39,816

lg%g
90;188
90,420
~0,056

.
.
.
.
.

g,g,

of Dollar
apartment
hso.
ccrmbat
Teehides

GROUP (Continued)

24,717
20,333
30,475
30,377
35,402
43,806
55,297

. . .. .
. . .
. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.
,

6;110
12,915
20,537
28,530
- 26,715

53,928

. . .
. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.
.

12
894
5,619
;,;g

825,187

133,292
177,801
180,606
193'531
178,776
175,628
189,661
173'535
123,933
102,292
103,193
101,695

.
.
.
.
.

Propelled
weapons

1,833,943

=6,332
105,578
113,497
ll4,lPO
104,976
107,274
104,765

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
my . . .
June......
July......
August/. .
September
October .
November .
Loember.

76

17,239
17,815
26,886
34,308

Tanks

A

78,520
EZ
6o:o35
53,232
48,984

47,991

51,540
52,739
50,865
49,069
46,578

42,839
43,088
46,975

;g,;;

$"o:Z
31:98o
25,530
15'401

171:564
145,961
147'374
119,485
78,979
5&582

22il-87

2'970,723

5'656'825

1'632,334

371213
41,457
44,891
47,338
51,481
;;, @$g
'

:zi
46;854
45,820
40,406
22,510

';'g
;&

57,934

31:854

;;$tz
;xz
33:784
33,525
38,291
36,636
36'387

f%%6

;2:;;
a:577

25:952
27'537
27,781
$yg
d709

1,175'13O 1'550,418 2'749,372 2'458,796 1'223,554

j
.APPEhT)TX

I
I
1

PRO'XNMENT DELIVERIES BY SERVICEAND MAJORITEM GROUP(Continued)

Year alla
Month

I

1942 . . ., .

I
I
j

(In Thourmnda of Dollars)
Signal corps

T

I
I

A

January .
February .
Meroh . .
April
Lby . : :
June . . .
July......
Allguet . .
September
October .
lfovember .
December .

Total

Zrouud and
Vehicular
Padio Equip ,.

6 440,810

6 135,674

. . .
. . .
. . .

~16,997

: : :
. . .

26,298
26,879

9'543
9,702

842

.
.
.
.
.

';2;E
71:4P6

1,521
3,286
4,726
5,405
7,498
32,317
17,823
16,547
19,803
25,729
20,177

1943 . . . *

1'207,456
76'757

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

23'676

40,886
44,186
44,600,

Ground
Radar
Equipment
6 W333

379
732
2,847
2,331
2,289
2,n6
L?$
61650
9,178
32'?09

Telegraph
E Telephone

Wire and
Cable

Power
Equipment

6 25,090

8 64,752

a 12,950

1,8&z
1,305
2,308
2,057
1'330
1,556
2,183
1'731
2,233
2,258

2,559
3'457
2,585
4,860
8,020
4,255

2,885

Miscel-

laneoue

6 136,316

306
829

3,639
2,381
5,142

7'975

;z:
955
1,109
2,373
1,233
1,040
1,380
1,684

8'309
10,389
15,907
9,867
=,798
14'335
23,324
21,377

242

2%
5:139
7,572

6,834

16,921

3'362

370,281

251,586

111,182

110,723

79,680

26,354
24,325
23,615
24,241
20,965
22,513
30,968

16,551

4,079
3,087
7,083
8,737

7,644
7'644
8,632

3,414
5,240
5'331
6,728
6,527

8,848

284'004
*

January
Febrmy
Merch
April
hki.y .
June .
July .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
d
.
.
.

. .
. .
.,.
. .
. .
. .
. .

80:840
$';$
891815
2%

21,076
16,243
20,816
14,227
13,926
8,871
12,668
22,486
31,495

8,952
8,413

Z'gz
71599
11,657
=',956
15'473
14,165
12,238

8,261
8,281
9,621
9,973
10'566
10,942
11,794

;';I:
61903

6,294
;'E:

18,315
15,126
17'49
11,366
27,385
25,891
25,091
26,3(32
25,685
25,756
28,766
36,831

1
.
.
.

98,500
114'739
135'491
139'9Ol
148'011

43,025
42,909

::';;6'
,

1944 . . . .

1'511,380

422,599

205,203

204,550

196,868

77,142

405,018

January . . . .
Ftitmary . . . .
Miroh . . . . .

141,890
146'669
140,899
137,972
133,699
125,633
119'741
122,565
114'157
x2,649

37,667
39,628
38,259
38,452
41,214

::'g
331762
31,297
22,479
13'149
6,239
7'939
8,387
6'263
6j819
4,395

20,564
17,510
15'881
15,320
16,382
15,796
17'443
17,426
15,794
18,368
17'403
16,663

11,713
14,590
15,491
15,802
16,101
15,027
15,096

6'882
8,536

34,284
34,711
30,027
29,825

17,308
19,123
19,134
20,884

iZ$Zbir*1 1
October . . .
?kTember . . .
December . . .

April
. . . . .
l4¶Y . . . . . .

z.:
: :
August . .
September
October .
Etwemba?~.
December .

: : :
. , .

;2$
k&:225

45,402
43,220

41'543
'26,772

104,237

24,203
23,697

1945 . . . .

780,081

191,358

84,875

86,757

160,g6o

w3'703
100,123
116,113
118,810
119,457

27,347
.29&l-22
31,640

5,398
5'388
10,279
14,106
15,213
14'753
15,053
4,685

13,456
13,032
13,726
12'9%
12,248
10'4c6
6'656
4'245

22,015
21,586
25,948
24,304
25,706

607,692

427'579

533,303

Jawasg'

. . .".

February

.'

.

.

.

Mm%h . . . . .

Apru
t43y . : : : : :
June......
July......
August . . . . .

lc!2,168

TOTAL . . . .

3'939'727

77,452
37,255

2W+2

zY;ii;
.22:703
13,740
6,708
1,=9,9=

;'gii
y:g
7:429
6,275

16,599

: : :
. . .
. . .

111,269

61865

Ebb
81422

E;
3:99J+
2,915
34,255
4'747
4'379 '
4'727
Ez
4:332
:'gi
,
204,02'(

28,898

28,475
;gii;
40:578
:;':2
35:683
221'876
2;2
29:.793
30,608
31,693
31,236
24,725
11,765
1'047,214

,

APPElVDIX

A

PROCUREMEITT
DELIVERBS BY SERVICEAND MAJORITIZM CROUP(Continued)
of Dollarsl
T

Year and
Month

Total

Boats &
Iridging

1942 . . . . 3; 650,623 p:25,024
25,182
January . . . .
1,846
February . . . .
24,106
897
404
March . . . . .
22,940
April
. . . , .
27,906
389
May . . . . . .
506
39,260
June......
47,403
1,117
July......
1,241
49,090
August . . . . ,
93,153
2,312
September . . .
80,258
2,823
October . . . .
2,772
November . . . .
;?g;
4,794
December . . . .
9&96
5,923
0 1943 . . . .
January . . . .
February.
March . .
April
. ,
May . . .
June......
July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

T

PS of Endneers
Construotion
3quipment

General
Equipment

Practors,
kawlertn=

Chemical Tf*fare
Total

$ 132,348 $ 371,363 $121,888
4,017
3,708
3,930
8,671
11,399
10,057

14,756

14,314
15,279
15,683
I-4,803
18,709

14,892
14,15e
13,821
19,039
* 26,883
29,463
63,003
44,544
42,215
38,853
49,736

11,778

$ 207,209 $ 42,760
4,801
684
4,563
4,609
7,172
855
4,448
10,433
855
14,054
5,025
1,155
1,411
8,316
15,345
18,165
1,924
~%~
18,506
3,079
131524
15,728
3,335
21,811
17,612
5,260
14,928
22,531
6,500
16,381
23,969
7,397
16,528
34,694 10,305

',a;

a;
3:221

3,o?o
3,674

200,514

470,961

83,768

161,465

83,385
85,071
105,880
115,196
109,268

6,324
5,936

16,690
17,854
26,163

46,231
48,582
55,652

14,140
12,699
16,762
16,936
16,542
17,312
18,117
16,751
16,494
17,751
17,138
19,872

30,050
31,924
35,451

9,131
5,194
5,529

;sz
27:299
33,839
45,900
49,069
50,115
51,283
50,956

2:;;
4;607

4,682
6,943
8,396
8,719
7,427
6,620
10,657
22'121
22,444
22,444
20,667
20,345

638,324

135,686

;xE
53:047

P:::
8:955
's"';g

E:;
6:691

,
.
,
.

1944 , , . ,

1,778,774

107,968

651,823

287,583

$;U;

51,258

6:935
7,159
11'140

;t ';z
51:567

19'031
16,277
18'893
19,013
20,680
23,287
23,811
27,158
27,456
27,821
30,791
33,365

$ze
57:581
52,905
55,524
56'760
52,255
38,689
43,627

6,928

61,075
58,484
::':F
71:3J
73,634

2;:,
7:455
8,879
9,885
6,450

305,772
20,815
26,937
28,161

Deoember. , . .

137,003
130,096
128,474
121,508
133'876
138,300
136'807
150'579
155,811
167,661
186,027
192,632

16,258

1945 v . . ,

992,043

99,720

274,696

457,069

160,558

3% ,619

88,539

209,414

7,956

34,583

67,553
60'316
71,008

23,581
22’w7

45,857

15,880
19,424
18,109
9,275

8,580
8,809
12,836
12,634
12,264

25,008
25,232
26,239
, $';gg

.

133,673
125,640
145,290
145,452
135'511
121,836
103,622
81,019

29,168
24,981

TCtC.kL . . . ,

4,809,035

305,835

1'452,110

February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June...,.,
July,.
.
August.....
September
Ootober ,
November .

Jamery
February
March .
April .
May . .
June ..,
July..
Awet .

78

,
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.

. , .
, . ,
. . ,
, . ,

..,
. . .
. . .
. , .
. . .
..,
..a.
. . .

.
.
.
,
.

8'%
7:231
;'2;!
15:003

:;e;
561921

;';%

l&84

24,399

21,030

::'g
47:257
g,;g

7:870

12,212

14'111
3I~~
;&
.

."

81103
6,342

720,715

6,928
6,395
4,660
5,926
5,268
2,701

. ._. .

654
1,661
3,926

393,243

118,968
119,607
117,741
136,865
139,384
143,106

Jamary

$ 50,331

73,123

2;::
29:384
32,848
37,977
37,505
42,705
45,634
46,899

.
.
.
.

AJ.tTUlLUliBombs
tion

1,387,595

113,124

.
.
.
.

Service

;a'af;:
$g
26:631
23,876
17,140
7,959
16,509

40,057
35,128

19,817
2 511
1b ,288
11,635

53:748
35,748

11,943
13,701
7,772

37:005
29,933
16'658

2,280,547

770,543

1,708,113

350,753

726,982

j

APPEhDIX

A

FROWREMFXW
DELlTXRlES BY SERVICEAND MAJORITEM GROUP(Continued)

T

...
..
..
L:I
:I:(

Year and
Month
1942

. . .

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June. . .
July.
. .
August....
Septeniber
October ,
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

$ 84,446

$10,255

$4,438

2,702
3,631
4,307

431
472
390

4-f
191

:g
6:333

1943 . . .
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . . . .
June.....
July.....
Auguet . .
September
October .
November .
December .

(In Thousands of Dollars)
Chemical Warfare Service (Continued)
Miscel.
Protectiv 2
Service
Weapons Equipment &
Materiel
Equipment
Supplies

.,.
. ;
. .
. .
. .

<
<

;z;
379

222

$ 14,979

330

687
1,333
1,651
2,030

159,122 ?

19,389

6,665

40,552

1,842

740
620
813
733
680
547
7oo
313

2,676
2,717
3,001
2,839
2,758
2,311
2,960

1,493
1,163
1,667

1,280
1,280

1944 * . . .

85,720

14,750

15,273

9,515
7,458
6,515
6,257
5,743
;>g;

1,023
1,191
1,451
1,497
1,375
581
1,405
1,772
1,359

@;
9:515

2,566
1,490
1,313
1,254
1,062
1,357
605
723
855
1,077
1,608
840

z2
'962

;s::
6:65?
7,058
7,301
6,733
;,;g
t

38,735

2,661.

10,001

248

145
320

1,052
1,055
;,3o7

,211

1,528

Jexusry .
Fe4a-u~y .
Hsrch . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......

July.

..a
. .
. .
. .
. .

,
.
,
*

. . . .. .

A-t.....
September . . .
October . . . .
November . . . .

December . . .“.

1945 . . . .
January
February.

. . . .
. . .

!$z*:::::
May
. . . . . .

June......
July...
August.....

. . .

TOTAL . . . .

;k;

6,592
g:;
5:476
4,802
3,913
?;z;
f
368,023

200
2
486

$101,222

214

348
POP
722
1,096

1,316
2,227
5,567
4,454
6,782

2,031
3,099

kg;
11:337

1,530
2,575

6,476
:g-

Biological

748

11,741

;a
71213
4,355

13,058
13,563
19,536

305,064

56,981

.248,083

24,300

5,838
3,373
2,496

18,462
20,579
23,771
30,439
28,830
20,657

23,952
26,267

81,123

12,889
12,571
13,048
17,503

11,298

$ 26,720

4,136

(
(
s
g

.
.
.
.
.

$u7,942

;:z;
261270
23,570
17,562
18,528
18,677
29,621
25,254

1,163
1,493
1,823
1,454
2,695
2,036

.
.
.
.
.

Other
Equipment
& Supplies

Chemicals i

51404
9,016
14,436
14,520
16,264
20,776
23,891

F%
9:45a
9,374
9,711
14,187

10,979
14,957
16,549
12,730
13,844
q934
10,820

Drugs

Total

z
1,019
1,108
1,333
1,348
1,138
1,573
1,633
1,723
2,501

178
93
169
253
404
470
417
1,997

728
708

Medical Department

2:;;
51613
3,933
3,452
5,824

;E;
14;680
14,063
?3,425
19,430

169,317

53,963

115,354

14,641
16,255
19,387
15,375
14,506
13,628
11,580
11,384
11,836
13,404

10,559
12,679
14,207
11,195
9,881
8,860
7,286

14,400

4,082
3,576
?,l@
4,180
4,625
4,768
4,294
3,437
4,226
4,277
4,404
6,914

42,269

157,433

38,116

4,377
4,377
5,19,3

16,581
19,403
16,136
26,965

6,197

2s:tt
4:380
4,542

2:;:
6:652
8,031

168
271
486
812

913
8ao
1,683
1,583

?i$
6:38o
4,887
7,576

47,055

36,377

178,923

12,921

22,528

22,023
q?56

15,541
759j56

i%
4196

;%
9:127
8,517
7,486
u9,317

3:549

10,384
14,036
11,771
20,929
18,387
17,984
13,834
11,992

175,780

583,976

'I'$;
pg
$g

79

APPEKDIX

A

PROCUREMENT
DELISERIES BY SERVICEAND MAJORm

GROUP (Continued)

T
Year and
Month
1942.

. . .

January .
February....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July....
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

1943. . . .
January .
. February....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June..
,
July......
August.....
September
Ootober .
November .
December .

. . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

Janwry
.
Februwy .
March . .
April
, .
May s . .
June......
July.....,
August.,
September
Ootober .
November .
Deoember .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

1945. . . .

.

156,976
151,491
192,450
246,434
255,097
343,047
370,123
451,251
;p;
5851270
532,392

67,668
66,355
81,530
!$,g

6,825
6,851
17,736
11,787
16,768
16,691
23,542

558
559
1,307
1,059
1,354
1,506
1,281
3,694
2,936
5,916
5,050
4,855

52,330

114;873
131,993
145,136
140,472
142,883
lgo,861_
148,899

133,590
142,135
199,115
196,699
215,510
215,452
2,300,269

Supplies

5,260,405

1,605,835

772,003

460,168

122,130

527,098
418,524
453,524
421,430
374,291
411,751
417,852
430,018
ffp;

155,828
150,643
175,243
153,861
126,767
121,594
125,621
130,438
129,561
121,371
110,059
104,849

119,591
86,622
77,024
69,570

54,427

5,175
3,902
3,771
11,562

470:399
426,496

447,188
515,709
515,803

628,815
595,941
5,(=,371

April
. . . . .
.MaY . . . . . .
June......

July......
A-t.....

80

29,595
26,819
43,602
43,792
57,232
73,186
79,717
117,751
117,020
114,670
121,204
115,519

$ 940,107

January ..a.
February . . . .
Mamh . . . . .

TOTAL . . , .

$ 1,570,962

$1,42O,wl.

6,554,042

l&4....

$ 30,075

$ 4,322,954

, .
.
.
.
.

$ 361,759

Equipage

. . .
. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.

Subsistence

Clothing

. . .

.
.
.
.

Service aa
Warehouse
Equipment

Total

21 ,x+9,772

1~97,256
90,431'
102,008
g %:
94:882
92,721
84,448
E%a
112:634
113,080
104,861
1,072@9

192,077
143,272
170,721
156,669
157,605
172,083
1@+,369
197,422
242,008
213,409
249,659
220,975

42,523
31,734
36,228
42,824
46,100
43,407

z:
8:28g
16,882
15,804
15,920
15,390
12,289

514,666

5% ,280

141,916

4,106,~24

-37,677

42,669

16,340
13,723
12,350

260,071
321,081,

2; z19
57:050
53,542
45,lU
46,776
49,191

44,976

$$18
27:651
32,714
;:‘,:X$

44,160
59,333
54,636
53,309
56,557
59,936

x17
10:920
9,753
10,338
9,516
11,714
10,910
9,314

546,493

260,898

52,294

60,638
58,862

28,415
29,231

%;g
$0";:

43:327
:z$
$$:,

96,874
110,268
163,100
153,701
153,820
151,546
129,951
113,549

78:151
%S99

;E;
37:596
36,622
32,950
20,500

5,295,951

2,773,269

1,676,105

;92
;;;g;

%%
3621468
330,716
278,012
347&
389,633
432,612
$?;:75
,
3,069,8n

343,660

5:085
%$
5:213
346&5

11,&8,032

PROCuIiEMENT

Year and
Month

D-

Total

1942 * . . . b 169,234
Je.nuary . .
February . .
Maroh a....
April . . .
M&r . # . .
g:
: :
August . .
Mptembar
Ootober .
November.,
December.

:
.
.
.
.
.

. .
. .
. .
. .
:
.
.
.
.
c

:
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . . . .
January . *
February . .
Maroh . . .
April . . .
Msg . . ...*
'Juns......
July. . . .
A-t.,
.
September .
October . .
November. .
Deqember. .

4,396
3r769
4;,'737
7,420
8,501
12,260
10,451
9,309
12,921
lS,l@+

*.
:
.
.
.
.
.
.
./
.

540,143
21,039
27,442
;;,;g
531557
49,890
p5;

.
.
.
.
,
.

44:844
41,214
55,595
66,796
992,893

.
.
.
.
.

1945 * . . .

320,437

Ja~wq-y .
February .
Max&h . .
April . .
May . . .
June.-.....
t$ki

!j$$
87:558
95,&92
88,135
90,341
80,380
83,320
at,034
78,723
70,070

.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

;I%
45:247

$ 45,503

i 27,629

2,604
2,d5

2,749

3,157

2,022,707

256
4u
520

1,995
3,294

1,713

l,O%

471

2,291

2,473
- 4,$79
13,931

139,680

‘79,645

il:E

3;;;

7:497

::556

9,554
=,@5
9,980

8,841

=I946

~5J39-7
15,027
17,899
22,575
369,m
24,195

26,825
32,.143
29,462

:,“,g
39h59
;32%i

30:389

6,383

;,3g
7: 33 7
5,852
:%:
16758

12,010

meportat
Other
cznt
1 30,m

89

34%:

iif
2x3

w52

15>853

19,035

17,312
22,027

51318

58,454

25,652

79,891

18,907

12,233
5,338
2,685
1,385
1,920

8%
6~2327

212,816

glg$
ll:l22
6,402
2ig
‘518
329

40!?,051

$ 34,603

1 9,‘429

Ii20
I20
0

33

221
1,722

1,835

=I@8
14,282
15,981
14,337

521,?x
2;

5,670

22,491

28,772

-

88,515

11,470
10,452
8,221
7,674

El%;

$

7,959
I .

209,772

4,185
3,575
5,570

Lquipmen~

2,349

5:664
6,884
7,133
6,408
6,843
-8,289
7,94@
10,795
18,587

tlocmmotive Other
alla Looo.
Rail
ClTUES

Wmlala
x-w3

3,230
2,701
5,534

79,890

5,907
5,689

1 corps

1306
904
1,229
1,477
1,036
1,777
1,371

21,592
22,815
17,638

2x$
261180
21,506
~6,983

: : : : :

TOllAL. . . .

Non*Opelled
Vessels

57,704

(Tazluary . . . .
February . . . .
March ..,..
April . . . . .
May e.....
~~::::::
Allgust . .
5?ptember
Ootober .
Nomllbe~ .
l?eoemher.

Selferopellea
Veeeels

22,332

.
,
.
.

1944. , . ;

BY iZiEZWICE&ID MAJORI!lXM CROUP(Continued).

z
2;

276
2;
1,468
18,277.
1,114
1,564
1,497
%i

2;014
1,605

2,009

2,36?
11gz
238

2,555
1,118
532
' 2:

0
0
0
0

26,502

3:;
4Jt2
1,490

Ez
3:910
1,199

2,080

E
1,736
2,071

x2
4&i
17,.86L

83,495
2g
71359

114,049
7,629

10,777
9,8a

:
303
gi
g
818
1,671
3,367

y%o

2,166
2,500

12,220
z,g

12,666
10,252

9:870
7,724

Id.,281

2::;
4:049
3,495

8,153
7,101

83,879

188,187

43,498

371;:

I-b225
12,067
16,.434
14,780
17,518
17,522

*'2,276
2 J-953
4,505
4,424
4,.471
4,104
31377
3,752
3,338

14:ll4
15,531
12,607
9,536

7,481
?gz

11543
2,365
3,882
24,91l

3,170
3,251
2,222
1,012
2,608
;,g

9,718

:tg
,
;:;

9,373
7,660

1i.894

9,635

z%.z

15:!?04

,

1,900
V394
1,560

;p$

yT&

171004

35499

ll4,440

14,534

17,985
17,9!X

5r781
1,779
1,060

31920

16,550
I.&765
14,346
12,318
10,452
10,032

213,477

451,284

96,550

/

Wf7

1,332

llgo6
i!g

-____:

.

‘a

29,089

*

hPPE.NDlX

B,

*

Al'XDMiU-HcIcIRE,WORRED
WaEcKLOAD, woRKm-,
liammmT,
~CESHOPS
mTHEzoI?Fl m INLEERIUR~
ATTECIHNICAL~I~
Work Load liuring Month
PeX?Xnt
Total
Reaeived
During Month

YCl.W
and.Month

1944
January .
February
Maroh .-.
April.
.
l&q..
.
June . .
July . .
August' .
September
October .
Rwember
Jan-.....
February
Maroh......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August. .

$107,bO,OOO
137,625,OOO
1a3,336,000
225,012,ooo
215,a59,000
234,156,ooo
gPg,~
408:6&000
3a2,033,000
371,131,ooo
351,637,OOO

. . . .
.
.
.
.
'.

.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
..

.
.
.
.
.

and Month
19wI
Jan-.....
Febru&
.
Msmitl.. .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
Auguet . .
Sept~ber.
October _ .
Bovember .
Deoember .

r
#

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. ,s/ ;,g;>g
.
.
p&g;
.
, 9

z;
37
27
- 28
ja
34
:i
32
27
20
21
24

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

134,501,000
l24,149,ooo
107,767,OOO
ua,383,000
L01,826,000
L32,457,000
ao,oa7,000
90,744,~~0

62,590,000
53,203,OOO
50,628,oOO
58,784,000
51,583,000
31,903,OOQ
37,7E,Ooo
37,119,000

2;
66

65
H

8
i?/
g.
8
$15,414,000
33,349,OOO
41,185,000
" 44,14a,OOp
53,631,ooO
54,633,OOO
40,173,ooo
32,051,000
24,487,000 ,
21,286,oOO
19,653,OOo
16,926,ooo

Pel
Total

Prisoner
of War

Military

22,916
24,394
25,210
25,006

1945

January.....
February .
Msrah .-. .
*April.
. .
May . . . .
June * . .
July . . .

a7,441,000
93,101,000
112,267.000
105;576;000
=5,677,000
ll3,=7,000

36
* :;

Work Prooesaed
BY Rep r at
CODUll~Oi8.l
Am Shope
shops
$25,323,000
32,077,OOO
43,399,OOO
37,253,OOO
54,263,OOO
45,543,OOO
52,276,ooo
69,703,000
63,561,ooo
49,764,OOO
57,848,000
54,025,000

z;

380,792,000
353,731,OQO
330,446,ooo
~7,901,000
343,423,mO
345,672,OOO
355,167,OOO
385,451,OOO

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Total

48

Man-hour Eq lertiiture d
I?eroe& Spent
Total
on Repair

Year

l-

25,105
25,460
25,189
24,722
26,007
22,139
23,050
1

a
ll
10
6

a3

z

8

z

:;

1
?

2
al

ii

ll

z!

* 14
14
14
16


I

4 Data are for a, selected list of Items representing approximateb POpercent of the total 1Jerk pqrformed
at all shops oovered. Excludes ,$sta for Corps of %@.neers for January and February 194.4,
, Figures‘f or
January 1944 - May 1945 Dover ell 5th~echelon shops, regardless.of operator. As result of revised reporting procedure, figures for June - August 1945 ower all'technipal service Spops, regardless of echelon,
but rrr+de data for oombined shopfrat pOrts of emb8r~tio.n. ,Deta for May - August 1945 include wbrk
loads at lnsta~tions
not having repair f~oillties.
EPfeotlve June 1945, the cut-off date af repohs
kas changedfroaithe last day of the month to the 20th. Consequently &da for Juns 1945 a& for the perlodl-2OJuneand
dataforJuJ.yandAugust
syeformonthl,yperiod
endlmgonthe 2Othofthemonthindi@atea. For oomplete ird'orma&ion onnature of data Included, see ASPCiroulars IVo. 3, iP@, asamended;
No,. 273,. 1944, as -. ; and X0. 210, 1945, as +meded.
y
.
g D$a not available F
cf Exolndes data f,Or ccnnmercialchops; data for I&td.ns Repalr Shopsare lnoludea only for JuQ 1945.
d IV0reports prior to this date.
d :
l ,

82

/

APPElbIX

B

.

WORK
lx&D, wok mmm,

EMPLOYMENT,
Am MAN-B13uRs
WoRmD

AT EELRVICECOMMAlID
V

SHOPSIN!PHEZOmEOFlN'IXRIOR~/

Work Load Curing Month
YWIand Month

1944

Jane.
.
February .
Mxoh......
April . . .
b&? . . . *
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September $/
October . .
November .

Work Proceesed

T

Percent
Received
During Month

Total

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

Jemexy .....
February ....
March ......
April ......
h&y .......
June ......
July ......
Au&at ......

$551,058,000
3a9,a76,000
417,518,000
402,616,ooo

Total

1944

.

.

.

.

.

.

‘*

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1945
Jane
. . . .
....

March.......
.....
April.
.H?q ........
June ......
July ......
August .....

5,170,000
5,870,000
7,095,000
6,a28,000
7,361,Ooo
7,634,OOo
8,153,000

a,867,000
;ffp&
10:271;000

9,712,ooo
11,045,oOO
10,524,OOO

11.,036,000
10,112,000

9,943,ooo
7,579,ooo
11,003,000
10,215,OOO

$pa,361,000
228,228,000
249,762,ooo
235,383,000

$364,116.000
$364,116,000
255,181,000
255;~al;000
27a,661,000
266,910,000

2::
6”:: ‘.

327,013,ooO
277,936,ooO
29~,571,000
249,973,OoO
2a5,4aa,ooo
224,834,OOO
292,~3,000
314;604,000

Man-hour Expenditure f/

February

Ships

l

459,205,000
423,109,OOO
424,976,OOO
387,m,ooo
526,684,ooo
479,62a,ooo
534,251,ooo
543,407,ooo

YefW
and Month

JallG.
Febru&
March..
April.
.
May..
.
June . .
July . .
Au@& .
September
October .
November
December

Cormeroial

. . .
. . .

Deoember . . . .

\

Bs Rel rs at
ASF Shops

58

Total

29,996
34,789
38,696

;73
;:
3

2;

66

296,948,000
248,339,000
255,613,OOO
225,279,ooo
211,839,000
161,624,000
214,205,OOO
229,310,ooo

5,2a7,000
6,48a,ooo
7,655,OOo
6,825,ooo
6,117,ooo
236,000
535,000
680,000

_

Emplosmentf/

Percent Spent
on Repair
only

2E

$ 628,000
23,000
2,623,ooo
4,063,000

.

;.m;
52:823
53,325
55,475
;i, i$z
54:m
53,796
s",t:;;
56:243

F

Percent Dlstrlbution

I
Prisoner
of war

14
15
15
2
13
12
12
12
12
I.1
11

11
10
;
;
98

;z
29”
2;
22
22
2
2’0
;z
;;
2

11

13
3
17
19
21

'

22

23
24
25
27

cl/ I40~raports prio1

2/ Data axe for a seleated list of Items representing approximately 00 percent of the tote3 uork'perfomed
Figures for Jan1944 - m 1945 cover all 4th-echelon and combfn6d shops, reat all shops owered.
gardlees of operator, Ae result of revised reportiag procedure, figurea for Juue - August i945 coma? all
service command'shops, ~eganilea,s of echelon and include data for combtied shops at porbe 'of embarl&9tion,
Data for:*
- August 1945 lnoluds work loade at alI inefallAtlons oat haying repair faollities.
EfXeotiv'e Jrmb 1945, the m&off date of reports was ohanged fmm the last day of the month to the 20th. Co&
sequently, data for June 1945 are for the ,period,l-20 June and data for w
and August are for nnmthI&

period endive&on the 20th of thenmnth indicated.
For +mplete lnforaation onnature of data included,
BCKIMF CIrculara Ho. 3, 19&j aa amended;No. 5273,1944, ae ammded; and No. 210, 1945, ae fuiumded.
f/Ewludee a~oial
Rhope.

83

I

Is

iiPPENDZk.

C

VALUE OF WORKPLACED MCNTHLY ON WAR CONSTRUCTIONPROGRAMIN CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES
(Tl
Year and Month

Total

AIrForce

Elandsof Dal:
&Tmna
Force

Industrial

Storage and
fWwN!

Mleoellaneous

1941
Deoembw . . . .
1942 . . . .
January .
February....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
Augusi . ,
September
October .
November .
Deceniber .

. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

206,198

205,167

G.2
g,30;

207,392
379,217
367, Q9
418,261
;:2;::
645:801
g,@&

1943 , . . .

b&u,569

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
..
,

1944 . . . .

Janumy .
February....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June. . .
July..
.
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

. . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

1945 . . . .
January
February
March .
April
.
May ..,...
June......
July...,
August.....

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. .

TOTAL . . . .

285,456

224,926
203,008
197,@0

200,417
172,693
161,372
121,634
lOgi

b

45,750
1,318,305
19,291
28,687

pg
76:477

106,940
158,535
247,784
241,535
219,707~
218,453
191,713
110,737

1451646
16~1,022
194,092
143,986
125,470
110,925

101,7?0

$

109,766

1,593,w
112,723
105,808
:gg
116;785
i46,8&

166,286
145,472
180,223
138,772
109,149

93,034

67,455

15,041
11,759

11,314
11,564
11,179

281311

22%

3%~
73:835
47,546
35,053

60,602
52,588

24,413

2%
29:247

321823
:;,3&

g:;z

20:111
13,022
11,541

50,465

19,305

3,619
3,532
3,691
3,743

‘4,298

22;:

23,816

6,079
5,103

2;g

;:J~;~
,

19,414
16,344
14,149
15,180
15,469
13,562
16,473
16,169
14,334
=,987
13,261
5,961

401,631

10,617

4,568,
4,069

6:273
5,856
6,746
8,855

3,761
4,252
2,863
2,854
2,036

12,188
15,641
15,979

2,558

25,104
22,698

58,279

88,107

201,195

44,363

5%
5:797
6,836
6,987
7,281
9,761

1,923
2,899
9,694
12,552
14,944
15,524
13,888
16,683

20,064
20,401

3,920
3,746
3,543
3,850
7,678

2,781,461

1,882,742

10,w

lj896
2,064

nate of the cost of___
labor,

27,922

29,294
28,867
30,676
13,234

2,491,155
materials

1,430'
1,555
955

1,060
1,393
1,015
1,223

;999
944

9,687

gg
6:384

1,138
1,024
1,641
1,306
1,257
1,426
, 788
1,107

904,646

* 448,112

In place, equipment rentals,

L

*

2,856
1,577

23,798

30,737

*

11,179
11,179
11,179

!gg
g:;;;

81,294
115,471

.

11,179

101:023

17,318
15,136
15,037
14,797
19,493
19,@3
17,834
13,669
14,786
10,348
8,334
5,770

39,209
34,565
30,258
30,278

an es

15,800

;:,e;

12,972
8,761
5,738

155,667

8,508,11$

243,176

gJz
481280

42,103

60:$73
62,480
47,852

694,807

;1;';;:
521659
20,230

98,164
76,695

173,303

p&

3,939

172,065

440,843

32,836
;3,;g

$

80,913

30:8c%
24,147

41,711

34,098

431,042

;tJig
53:955

g61
37:673
;;:;w&

4

388,477

821,132

21,606
18,163
15,972
8,842

+ Work plaaed.represents
oriscellaneous costs.

w

12,645
1,716,~~

;;;h&
J

. .
.,.
. .
. .
. .
. .

$

5,565L375

.
.
.
.
.

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June. . '.
J&f......
August.....
September.
October .
November .
December .

.. .
. .
.' .
. .
. .

8

.

and other

APPENDIX

C

wARcoNsTRuc!r1mmcGRAM
Jobs ComPleted asd Bnployment in Cont. U. S. and Work Plaoed Outside Cont. U. S.
War. Construction

in Continental

Jobs CornPllsted&I
Eetlmated Cost
Number

Year and Month

Lted States
Zmployment >/

(Thousands)

c

Value of Work
Placed on Jobs
Outside the
Cont. U. 9.
.
(Thousands)

1941

December . . . . . . . . ,

75

-*1942 * * * * * * * *

2,091

January .........
February .........
March ..........
April
..........
May ...........
June .........
July.........:
August ..........
September
October .............
November .........
December .........

t:
i:
90

:

i;

: :

1943 . ........

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June . . .
July.
. .
August..
September
October .
November .
December .

121

. ........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........

128
123
24B
13,014
931
914

1,097
1,115

1,102
1,220

1,299

1,784
1,114
822
875
741

1944 . . . * . . . . .

January . . . . . . . . .
February..
. . ., . . .
.......
Merch 1..
April
..........
May ...........
June ...........
July ...........
August. .........
September ........
October .........
November .........
December .........
g4J.
........
January .........
February .........
March ..........
April
...........
My ...........
June ...........
July ...........
August. .........
TOTAL . . . . . . . . .

404
405
305
284
271
259
$2
314
279
327
2,660
287
229
316
255
325

$ $68,267

.++$$+j
1491219
222;898
321,080
298,608
:g:::
26714%
522,338
460,026
678,162
969,102

3,393,109
380,155
459,264

;g;z
3X:798
374,610
292,737
117,613

191,455

257,110
176,378
163,058

m

23:364
136,502
33,027
51,301
38,535
40,260
50,412
39,313
44,212
39,71
27,552

4

-a&

24

;tf
519

24:104
33,604
28.949
38;b5k
38,166
44,215
223,310

21,837

9,778,580

465,123
416,02;
420,971

485,673
z;:$:
870;412
1,01x,964

560,.64;

13,133
14,939
15,823
20,366
21,807
22,541
22,602
22,611

*

91865

14,943

312,128
274,630
244,074
214,044
187,026
165,709
130,084
98,186
82,26;
71,662
59,652
57,274
56,786
56,357
63,015
57,573
:$::i,
;;:::t
64,920

2%

29&l
47,641
62,381
54,261
63,769
751.185
19,386
68,487
9,814
14.404
11,200
11,160
3,846
4,027
2,482
1,356
2,133
10 094
1,541
1,740
1,953
2,601
-167
1,510
303
279

729,409

_
.. . .
a/ Does not include 106 CiVi .l Aeronautics Autnority end Aircraft
Warning Stat:on
g obsi completed prior to
October 1942 and 441 passive protection jobs completed prior to January 1943, for which data are not
available.
b/ Includes employees of Division,
District,
end Resident Engineers, Architect,
and Contractors
engaged in
War Construction, but does not include military personnel.

85

APPENDIX

C

FEEACQUIS~IONOFMILITARYREALESTATE INCONTINENTALWm
STW
Cumulative from 1 July 1940 Through End. of Indicated Month

T
Year and Month
.
1942
January ..........
February .........
March ...........
April ...........
May ............
June4 ..........
July ...........
August ..........
September .........
October ..........
November ..........
December .........

1943

January.
February
March * .
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
Deoember

.........
.........
.........
.........

Number of Tracts
Authorized
for Acquisition
-

50,384

51,442
58,792

61,054
66,016
68,462
70,057
70,452
74,117
74,484
74,526

.........
..........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........

;E:
731894
74,309
73;734
75,151
~I%396
74,786

1944

January. . . . . . . * . ,
February
March..
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
.........

75,002
75,393

For Which Final
Disbursement
Was Made

16,564
18,258
19,952
21,645
23,474
25,304
27,134
28,963

T

AImLInt
Authorized
(Thousands)

t

g$282,g2o
308,598
333,837
354,610
371,913
380,648
393,629

$146,108
153,025
190,620
185,875
203,317
213,955
227,505

401,712

241,057

51,184

405,688
413,081
415,682
419,295
421,712
424,933
425,899
428,354
428,825
429,3=
431,102

52,430

431,543

;xz;

36ZO69
39,290
40;471
43,233
44,632
45,990
48.266

49;273

.........

.........
.........
.........

..........
.........
.........
.........

.........
.........

January ..........
February ..........
March ...........
April ...........
May ............
June ...........
July ...........
August ..........

;2;2
761797
77,246
77,471
77,777
78,323
78,747
78,540
77,587

;:JE
77:9%

442,951
61,480
62,747

64,347
64,916
65,427
65,427
65,427
66,520
69,177
71,835

Amount of
Final
Disbursements
(Thousands)

447,023
W,W

449,934

450,721
451,201

451,348
451,871
451,990

245,048
249,039

280,512
283,744
289,974
292,453
295,154
;ixzi,

4271; 193
276,872

280,961

303,346
306,834
308,710
311,799
315,220
315,220
317,581
320;053
321,523
325,060
328,488
377,581
381,688
383,597
383,597
&;;?a
339,868
342,790

TOTAL . . . . . . . . . .
c/ Data not available prior ta this date
z/ Eata cover authorizations,
by month, and may include authorizations
on obligations incurred in previous
months.
4 Decrease caused by change in method of reporting--from
liquidated tide (checks issued) to disbursed
funds (checks delivered to landowners). _
r/ Decrease caused by elimination of construction costs under CPFF contract previouslycarried onMor@tom
Ordnance Plant.

.

APPENDIX

:‘

6:

llUMBEROFACZlXEWARD~~
mALIf!s3!rA!l!EI;EAsEs
Aa of lihd of Month
Year and Month

Special
Storage

Closed
Storage

Total

OfTIce and
Building

Housing

1943.

.

J=U-Y

February
Maroh
Aprild.
. . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . ..-..

9,310
- 10,788
qo49

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
Se@mber . ? .,.

u,692
13,372
14,458

Oatober . . . . .
Novamber . . . .
December . . . .

16,287
17,692
18,191

1,260

1,471
1,437
951
1,053
l,log-1,161
1,231
1,225

1,519
82
t
1,929
2,095
2,x97

4,418
5,218
5,681
6,282
8):;
,
10,017
11,057
11,764

1,809
2,092

2,025
2,065
2,187'

1,045
1,103
1,005

, 2,503

875
.887
857
' 805
781
602

531
521
500

2,294

2,376
2,528

\

1944

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

18,935
19,662
19,833
19,600
19,444
19,465

July .a....
~Auguet, . . . . .
September . . . .

19;107
19,228
19,263

1,085
1,062
1,062

October . . . . .
November . . . .
Deoember . . . .

19,085
18,823
18,387

1,046
1,048
1,024

1,416
1,371

. . . .

18,241
18,052
17,887

1,016
1,008
994

1,359
1,346
1,342

13,481
13,344
'13,226

2,@33

2,m
2,059

274
268
266

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

17,827
16,787
'16,620

1,352
1,073
1,054

13,192
12,797
12,734

1,791
1,726

2,027

268
288

1,068
1,066

12,691
12,720

1,701
1,694

January.....
Februivy
. . . .
March......

2,137
2,165
2,120

12,559

13,299
13,602

2,477
2,471
2,417

1,100

2,137
1,943
1,921

13,396
13,567
13,730

2,425
2,381
. 2,339

1,507
1,486
1,457

13,888
14,078
14,192

2,284

0.44

14,083
13,874
13,569

? 22
$194
1,159
1,127

c

2

375

:

2,296

2,254
2,214

2,190
2,142

298

295
281

.

1945
Jan-.....
February
March......
.

l

zgst':::::

16,549
16,563

874
863

221

TOTAL. . . . .
d Data not anilable

prior

to this date.

II
8-7

jj I -

I

‘I‘

\

.,
:./

.

.\

1

Z

r

.

.


,

APPENDIX

C
,

ANNUALRENTAL-OFACTIVE WARIIEP(TMENT FiEALESTA!t!EiIEASES
As of End of Month
I

(In Thou nds of Doller
Office

Closed
Storage

Special
storage

$10,423
q7o5
12,161

$2,065
2,273
2,296

12,972
13,995
14,858

2,392
2,852
2,855

2,240
2,568
2,736

3,067
3,177
3,096

;,g

$22
.

15,346
15,767
16,363

January.....
February . . . .
March. . . . . .

51,712
52,024
51,957

16,763
16,501
17,592

g;i
31238

4,ek

4,184

17,632
17,652
17,393

10,207
10,393
9,550

April ......
May .......
June ......

51,410
51,069
50,176

17,623
18,252
18,200

3,262
3,086
3,039

4,226
4,286
4,369

17,225
17,046
17,004

9,074
8,399
7,564

Juls . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September . . . .

49,497
5o,42o
50,955

18,346
18,975
18,781

2,795
2,763
2,767

4,290
4,175

4,167

16,741
17,011
16,925

7,448
7,381
8,307

October . . . . . .
Bovember . . . .
December . . . .

51,468
52,046
51,956

18,946
19,071
19,392
.

2,717 '
2,712
2,655!

4,333
4,305
4,150

16,913
17,351
17,179

8,559

8,607
8;576

January. :. . .
February . . . .
March. . . . . .

53,043
53,096
52,817

19,348
19,407
l9;27o

2,722
2,712
2,714

4,116
3,767
3,733

17,241
17,266
17,076

9,616*
9,944
10,044

April ......
May .......
June ......

gfy
481700

19,248
18,289
18,228

2,712
2,535

2,501

3,703
;,E
7

16,873
15,500
14,332

10,552 *
9,894
slo,199

3$g
7

17,962
18,124

2,614
2,555

3,421
3,368

14,503
14,625

10,153
10,071

Year and Month

Total

Lend

Housing

Buzng

1943
J.5llllEP~
February
March
Aprllc/
. . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .
July . . . . . .
Augmt . . . . .
September. . . .
October . . . . .
l?ovember . . . .
December . . '. .

$yg

531821
57:549
:?i$
57,&7

$13,333
14,876
14,358

yg;

21041

31902

$g,$zi
$965

2%,

2+1'
22,186
20,996

16,393
17,836
17,888

17,807
16,941
12,352

15,159'

..

.

-

1944
4,074

1945

July

......

August .....
TOTAL..
c/

. .

Data not available

prior

to this date.

APPENDIX

C

COSTOF REPAIRS AND UIXLITIES
(In Thou Lnas of Dollars)
Year and Month

1943 ..:

Total

Maintenancq
Repair,
and opration

;;,g

a ;p&

Fuel

Alterations
and Minor
New Condzuctlon

......

January ..........
February .........
March ...........
April ...........
May..
...........
June ...........
Ju3y c/. .........
Augx~? ..........
September .........

a

$

1,998

$ 4,355
5,557
5,721

401218

32:015

2,237
2,482

October ..........
November .........
December .........

44,028
47,622
48,850

2%
33:825

3,926
5,656
7,938

6,769
8,101
7,087

1944 .........

492,102

367,871

56,834

67,347

Janm
..........
February .........
March ...........

47,386
43,707
45,609

32,666
30,199
33,022

8,583
6,987
5,618

2:::
6:969

April ...........
May ............
June ...........

42,742
41,064
41,991

33,152
31,202
31,993

'4,028

July ...........
August ..........
September .........

35,842
37,033
37,283

29,381
29,302
29,331

2,081
2,336
2,596

October ..........
November .........
December .........

37,621

28,616
28,689
30,318

4,083
5,880
8,259

1945 .........

309,654

242,612

37,164

29,878

January ..........
February .........
March ...........

42,276
38,774
40,186

29,234
28,282
30,876

9,934
7,276
5,872

4,108
3,216
3,438

April ...........
May ............
June ...........

37,081
39,535
41,042

29,482
31,574
34,060

4,220
4,159
2,572

z7ig
4:410

July ...........
Auguet ..........

35,286
35,474

29,391
29,713

2,065
2,066

3,830
3,695

1,065,217

812,117

118,285

134,815

TOTAL ..........

Ez,

c/ Data not available prior to this date.

xgt

5,562
5,88I>
7,544
4,380

5,395
5,356

APPElVDIX

C

STATUSAND UTlLIZATION OF HOUSINGCAPACI!FYFOR ENLISW MEN,g/
AT MAJORCOMMAND
INSTALLATIONS OF THE AGF AND ASF
As of End of Month

Year and Month

January.....
February
March:/
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
Awet
.
September
October .
November
December

Total
Capacity

. . . .
. . , .
. . . .
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
..
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

Jan-.....
February ....
March ......
April ......
May .......
June ......
July ......
Auguet .....

(Capacity in Thouakle of Enlisted Men)
All Installation6
lT
Act
‘PI

Number

64.1
70.2

3,698
3,676
3,557

g7:;z
7

2,637

3,065
3,034
3,015
3,014
2,990
;,93&

2,511

T

20
38
37
66
54
132
131
312

70.6

3:
3:249
3,215
3,211

424
636
719

63.3
62.6

2,284

z:*:
;7,:;

2,191
2,143
2,146
2,172
2,226
2,377

Inactive

if

71.1
'il.1

2:886

Yew an& Month

Percent Utilized

;z
705

70:9
71.5

Surplus

12

14
23
J
7:
119
124

24k
24i

187
13(
114

lib
11:
100

62
2

cl

Poete and Cal&pa
Total
Capacity

T

Active
Number

Percent utillzel

Ina0t1ve

Swplue

1944
Jenw.....
EZhy
1
April T . .
May , . . .
June . ..a..
July . . .
Au@& . .
September .

1. 1 1
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. , .

October . . . . .
November . . , .

Deowh*r

. . . a

1945

Jan-....,
Februaxy
Maroh.....a
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July .,
Au@& .

. . . 4
. . , I
. . . 4
. ..#
..,
a
. ..a

2,638
2,584
2,565
2,551
2za:
2;483
2,475

68.9
70.6

16

;‘o*;
68:9
2.:
67:4

;:

2,223

59.7
59.0

2,090
1,840

56x
6112
65.9

2:
71:4
70.2

:z

!

5":
125
125
306

12
14
23
7:
118
124
alclc

241

186

3114
112
iii
62

tble prior to this date.
prlor,to August lgti are baeea on 60 equaxe feet per ~QI. Subeequent figures are also
baaed on 60'square feet per man with an allowance of 10 peroent x~rrw
tolemoe
in ac&ordanoe with
WDCircular No. 321, 1944.

APPENDUC

E

PROCESS~GOFBEQUISITIONLINE ITEMS
BY !l'EmCAL SERVICE DEPOTSAND SECTIONSOF ASF DEPOTS
Ordnance Department

T

Total5 lequisition

OnRand
start

Yew
and
Month

Of

Mmth

1943

Reoeived
and
EStablished

T

T

Total Rack-ordered Line Item

Line Items

con etely Proc sea
BY

Cancellation

BY
Shipment

Total
d

On Rand
and
Establiehed

Line
Items
Offered
Late
-g/J!-

,119,874

4,148,572

5,496,35:

3eleaeedI

On Hand
End
of
Month

G

January
February
March .<

April . (
May . .,#
June. . ,
July . . 4
August . a

September.

October g
November ,
December ,

19543,734 2,033,733
1,&3,955
1,676,W
w3,930
1,786,57c

1944 .

'3,%9,336

January .
February .
March . .

_,

1,312,612
1,308,670
1,101,542

l&+13,699
1,281,061
l,453,812

*
*
*

+
*
*

1,438,383
1,428,214
1,529,586

*
*
*

280,145
264,23P
2@,94c
282,j6:
331,745
268,451

1,542,606 1,993,590
1,710,23C 2,199,02:
1,481,431 1,902,55$
2,228,1&
l,73l,o86
1,798,789 2,454,545
1,66o,g4o 2,195r7ll

October ,
November ,
December ,

258,455
191,187
194,42s

1,329,=3
1,192,304
l,113,094

879,281
~$:~;
,

l&9,%4
1,637,60E
l,523,033

.4,496,793 L,W,76

LOW,259

1,874,3%
1,646,02:
1,550,666

808,268
847,118
789,697

1,922,220
1,823,ll5
2,067,915

209,664
176,588
211,114

1,386,899
1,403,305
1,497,268

1,890,820
l,W,no
2,047,725

April
fiy
. : :
June. . :
July . . .
Auguet . .

787,542
E:%:
,

1,982&W+
2,069,098
1,543,695

184,201
394,271
234,721

1,296,32o
1,522,406
1,210,058

690,862
710,018

1,679,716
l,408,l40

213,630
340,576

l,2l5,l53
948,850

March

.,

TOTAL ,

,3,562,48l

line

*
*
*

641,06(
2%:;:
9

1628,551

:

372,627
372,195
311,476

620,275
464,471
313,071

*
*
*

571,318
532,661
453,112

282,654
265,3x
241,07

*
*
*

390,199
372,962
285,834

288,664
267,345
212,035
161,698
188,924
152,092

230,504
199,751

107,188
100,911

9.8
l23,3lt
98,@+( 12.8
117,011 8.5

210,403

93,392

*
228,50:
l84,03( 13.0,
133,74: 12.5

819,350

l,m3,520
2,201,257
1,673,846

214,414
212,273
230,386
236,864
262,028
217,916

87,330
135,769
108,451

149,534 8.4
126,255 11.1
109,465 12.9

1,672,673
1,469,019

205,550
194,729

105,459
111,133

100,091
83,596

12,584,717

available.
*.Datanr
g Includee processing actions by extraction.
bf Line item uffered late, shown ae percent of total
d I)ata not available prior to this date.
dJ Inventory adjwstamnt.

347,209
;:gAfg
f

992,902
818,458
682,447

l4,628,590

.

January

February .

988,269
1,039,157
L,om,@l
-

L7,955,886

April . . L,283,343 2,002,724
by . . < l&57,867
2,124,48?
June..,
962,645 2,053,401
Jtiy . . < 1,044,OOl 2,372,59:
August . a 1,158,553 2,254,04E
September, 917,825 2,127,42E

1945 0

.

2,036,244
1,718,927
1,878,852

*
*
*

85,757
128,65’i
126,78E 5:;
85,485
.
99,966 q/131,74:

567,775

itema off&ed

for ehipplsnt

'

,’

APPENDIX

E

PROCESSIMG
OF IIEQUISITIOP LINE ITEMS
BY TECHNICALSERVICE DEPOTSAND SECTIOKS OF
. ASF DEPOTS
Signal corps
I

Year
ala

OnRana
Start
of
Motih

Month

1943 .

Total Requisition Line Items
Received lana
BY
BY
Es- *
CancelShipment
tablished
lation

731,687

l- Total Ba -ordered
t
Total
rtl

OnHand
ana

Es;ablished

Released

ne Iteti
CnHand
End
of
Month

ib of
Line
rtema
Offered
kte
4-L

74,619

551,431

January ,
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June...
July . . .
August . .
September.
October 4,
November .
Decembtm.

115,344
111,557

104,638

1944 .
January .

$$4
39:663

April
. .
May . . .
June...
I
July.
. .
August . .
BeDtember.

'6 949
48,923

w45

246,308
247,343
270,379

46,013

262,770
308,007
323,309

36,795
st;,39?
>

34:;);;
430: 539

85,680
rp,9:$
,

.

427,892
415,616
374,883
31110,173

January .
February ,
March . .

73,644
79,513
@,W

April
. .
May . . .
June...

;;e

July. . .
August . .
TOTAL..

*
+
*

4,m,i’64

February .
March . .

Oc6ober .
November .
December .

261,458
234,981
235,248

199,639
178,701
173,091

*
*
+

85,777
81,787
76,322

198,559
201,255
21l,o39

*
+
*

59,212
52,780
3?,093

20,511
29,514
19,261

38,701
23,266
19,832

*
Y
*

34,819

19,976
14,181
9,763

14,843
9,698
6,451

Y
*
*

6,259
10,901

7,237

208,402

m

255,540
266,367

253,239
308,943
331,094

f36%
>

15,299
12,009
19,083

289,848
310,824
293,69o

378,728
413,087
403,231

13,904
18,821
27,003

7,645,
7,920
9,716

17,287

21,015
26,661

,321,384
312,101
277,073

%cg
373:226

37,640
45,165
47,932

13,668
16,764
18,871

23,972
28,401
29,061

23,259

160,174

2,447,W

3J60.949

421,483

52,958

24,709
20,143

28,249

2::: )

'%zf

28,205.

g$;>

L&

65,200

36,484
2v3'9
15,170

LO.4

15,666
3,585

8;1
6.0

4341849

zo;o75

72:w3

394,582
g>g;
f

14,161
25,991
12,544

g$
2861668

388,335
395,751
353,132

35,161

28,716
38,132
19,991

81,947
f%(=)

~9,497
288,027

347,817
240,664

425,364
332,820

32,232
25,950

16,566
22,365

m

22t

7,962,Q4

6~44,963

60,ou

461,236

* Data not aVailable.

d Includes processing actions bg extractian.
bJ Line items offered late, shown aa percgnt of total

uf l&&a not, available prior to thie date.

,100 ’

line

la;*
. a
2.75
4:4

198,827

317,209
305,078
343,880

$s&

g$i,

*
x
+

64,948

'187,790

3,l46&2

*
*
*

20,829
21,236
P,554

items offered for shipment..

78’05
2.;.

APPENDIX

E

PROCESSINGOF RFQUTSITION LINE ITEMS
BY TECECNICAL
SEBVICE DEPOTSAND SECTIO,W OF ASF DEPOTS
Corps of Engineers
TotalE

T
Year
and
Month

OnHana
start
of
Month

1943

teq
-I-

Received
and
Established

uleition

Line Items

Total Back-ordered Line Items
f

etely Proc es sea
BY

Cancellation

BY
Shipment

Total
d

On Rand
and
Establishe

1,3’8,609

965,x

Line

OnHand Items
Released

Ena
of

Month

Offered
Late
b/

227,035

January
February
&rch
.
April
.
May . . #
June. . a
July . . 4
August. a
September.
October ,
November ,
December ,

1,564,45i
799,w
764,926

1944 .

153,105
366,158
446,250

*
*
*

9,313,088
L,O48,129
L,230,91E

759,335
1,75'+,988
1,600,642

*
*
*

April

t,508,984

!,821,411
803,649

1,138,-W
491,363
457,842

@;,,“q

563,728
507,291
511,746
424,064

z~:o4f:
522:573

. .
. P.
June..
.
MSY

*
*
*

645,188
231,850
290,853

j,862,579

January .
February .
March . .

1,128,368

375,180
511,708
431,721

468,312
436,939
535,197

95,385
,

143,722
54,171
29,146

501,466
177,675
261,707

*
*
*

t,W3,827
*
*
*

346,710
359,625
349,130

44,197
74,751
go,688

302,513
284,874
259,442

*
44
*

503,009
689,975
528,924

655,483 375,921
270,862
039,038
669,124 207,447

75,031
187,986
81,788

300,890
82,876
125,659

*
*
*

499,904
529,675
530,896

664,325 197,449
623,686 266,736
611,360 314,962

27,506
60,073
98,315

169,9'+3 *
206,663 LO.1
216,647 8.6

596,513
372,556
395,163

103,610
32,606
32,133
27,000
30,458
151,655

431,077
408,345
300,326

507,745 323,591
470,762 352,344
4% ,382 371,600

96,751
64,796
256,945

226,840
287,548 2:
114,655 12.5

1945 .

3,177,705

462,265

!,542,337

3,3@+,149

January .
February
March . .

383,wo
317,262
373,159

31,127
3;:;>

332,033
253,463
282,468

414,778
335,599
346,089

July . . .
AuSust..
September.
October .
November .
December .

z::g:>

461,666
174,426
193,729
184,446

27,038
42,896
40,627

147.388 10.2
150,833 16.4
143,819 L3.6

April
May . : :
June. . .

346,463
370,248
378,307

:2g
4361268

23,771
89,817
36,248

297,996
435,993
341,057

366,653 222,799
257,510
E$ ,
255,782

47,220

63,211
63,636

175,579 Lg.6
194,299 13.0
192,146 25.8

July . . .
August..

374,417
314,415

424,181
271,056

71,358
153,482

363,420
235,907

484,183
422,698

223,884
168,635

78,240
98,798

145,644 !O.l
69,837 L4.0

TOTAL ,
*
af
bf
cf

3,456,306

,723,525

Data not available.
Includes processing actions by extractlon.
Line items offered late, shown ae percent of total
Data not available prior to this date.

line

$47,532

items offered for shipment.

101

APPENDIX

E

PROCESSINGOF REQUISITION U:NE ITEMS
BY TECHNICALSERVICEDEPOTSAND SECTIONSOF ASF DEPOTS
Chemical Warfare Service

T

Total F uisition
On Had
start
of
Month

Y8SX
and
Month

Received
and
Established

BY
Cancellation

41,826

1943 .

Line Items
etely Proc,8Ssea
BY
Shipment

Total Back-ordered Line Items
+

Total
d

On Hand
and
Established

35,522

Released

On Hand.
End
of
Month

B

Line
rtems
3ffered
Late

5,736

Jenuary .

February .
March . .

April

. .
. . .
June. . .

May

July...
August . .
September.

October cf
November .
Decesnber .

8,487
6,072
5,397

1944 .

12,591
12,807
16,428

)t
*
+

13,503
10,695
u,324

262,832

January ,
February .
March . .

9,343
7,400
8,305

15,243
19,924
23,358

April
. .
May . . *

=, 609
8,947
6,510

20,635
15,181
16,629
21,994

September.

5,537
6,430
6,337

October .
November .
December .

6,336
8,388
10,359

*
*
*

7,347
5,073
4,588

231,379
+
*
*

402

4,402
2,790

4,080

25,891
*
*
*

;:> 2;
16:wo

2,945
2,283
508

20,683

5,560
6,714

1,138
1,949
2,366

4,422
4,765
6,063

)c .
4+
*

8,897
5,941
2,813

4,148
3,697

4,749
2,244
. 823

*
*
*

725
713
1,190

*
0.0
0.1

1,180
4,679
5,197

0.0
0.0

L5.7
6.4
5.1
2;
0.7

8,429

22

17,623
15,429
16,156

24,357
24,303

ig
1,922

21,500
23,183
20,570

22,209

30,548
28,023
22,637

2,085
1,084
1,015

-25,586
24,741
18,562

28,496
26,052
20,468

209,475

25,061

192,361

219,505

23,473
24,037
26,986

1,550
959
990

22,610
21,578
25,698

24,809
22,763
26,89e

8,185
10,289
11,020

2:g

. .

12,528
$,fg
,

31047

;> 22
71973

April
May .::

June. . .

12,554
12,283
u&84

20,871
26,970
27,099

2,045
4,370
2,131

20,219
23,514
25,523

22,522
28,069
27,809

9,709
=,513
8,601

2,972
4,999
3,998

F?::;I
4;603

July...
August . .

10,479
11,683

;g, g;
>

1,669
11,347

33,442
19,777

35,355
31,280

7,335
5,120

June. . .

July. . .
Awgst . .

1945 .
Jammry .
Februsry .
March

TOTAL

514,133

459,262

* Data not awdlable.
af Includes processing actions by extra&Loll.
d Line items offered late, shown as percent of total

gf Data not available prior to this date.

102

line

2 , iii;;
24,619
24,304

3,222
1,913
1,865
3,105
6,799

7,383

1,990

2,497
1,200

675
1,925

2,120
2,186
28,699

2 >z;z

60,326

items offered for shipment.

10.7
11.7

APPENDIX

E

PROCESSINGOF REQUISITION LINE ITEMS
BY TECKNICALSERVICEDEPOTSAND SECTIONSOF ASF DEPOTS
Medical Department

T
Year
and
Month

OnHand

Start

of
Month

1943 -

Total Rle Ilisltion
Line Items
-P
tpletely
rrocea6 3ed
Received
and
BY
EsTotal
BY
Canceltablished
Shipment
al
lation
T-7
1,313,741

T- Total Ba'
t

-ordered

On Eand
and
Es-.
tablished

Released

ne Items
On Hand
xlld
of
Month

5 of

Line
Items
Offered
Late
b/

138,660

1,131,433

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June . . ,

.

July . . .
August . .
September.
October d
November .
December .
1944 .

2u, 052

465,817

139,510
72,=4

372,775
475,149

z

6,o15,W

January .
February . .
March . .

103,672
96,486
115,130

:g?g;
495:549

April
. .
May . . .
June, . .

134,809
151,850
116,377

504,161
489,946
435,619

July . . .
August . .
September.

136,461
203,214
191,415

465,815
559,103
514,768

October .
November .
December .

212,880

;i;%y

277,762

205,078

1945 .

*
‘+
+

*
*
*

441,082

10,387

435,231
479,435
365,853

9,349

9,911

8,564
11,653

16,969

12,874

309,291
434,882

379,290
499,964
447,983

447,918

23,533
25,001
18,708

24,114
24,695

31,569

*
*
*

E?;;;
,

66,841
73,400
51,514

27,905
47,441
25,450

38,936
25,959
26,064

*
*
*

421,821
549,141
502,843

55,880
54,354
48,096

28,270
28,602
21,637

27,610
25,752
26,549

L.5
7.4

54,765
62,309
72,197

24,741
28,376
32,574

30,024
33,933

k82.083

4,106,875

184,640

3,492,417

,261,656

22,836

543,646
429,713
480,392.

636,798
521,203
585,398

287,162
240,825
180,620

542:9;

July . . .
August . .

177,142
169,682

22,719
24,239

;:;gi

575,540

4441274

26,149
23,571
20,717

3533770

531,041
393,440

15,569
28,840

440,592
323,532

1.1,435,718

9,796,198

*
*
+

55,102
49,115
43,403

538&C

April
. .
UaY . . .
June . . .

aggJ

29,319
23,630
24,367

332,238

t
*
*

514,566
522,951
534,728

588,424
527,785
626,98c

92,019
27,769
18,872

121,338

5,145,348

446,036
458,383

281,474
233,100
233,549

*
a/
#-,
D/
E/

375,021
372,016
384,396

10,266
10,096

January .
February .
March . .

TOTAL .

*
*
*

?.8
i.8
2.k

295,252
81,034
80,271

37,798
31,521
46,629

94,242

46,564

439,517

93,040
85,236
72,785

540,815
423,073

64,768
67,150

539,312

39,623

*

43,236
48,750
47,613

39,863

:gJ:;;

35,168

371617

27,158
30,551

36,599

37,610

2.8

::;
4.2

;*t
.
i:,”

766,150

Data not available.
-.Includes processing actions by extraction
Line itsme offered late, shown a8 perCent of total --. lI.ne lt8ms offered for shimnt
Data not available prior to this date.

103,

APPENDIX

E

PROCESSINGOF REQUISlTION LINE ITEMS
BY TECEUVICAL
SERVICEDEPOTSAND SECTIONSOF ASF DEPOTS
Quartermaster
Corps

1
Year
and
Month

On Hand
Start
of
Month

1943

Total RE?quisition Line
Items
Corn
!plf?tely Broc8es.5ied
1Received
and
BY
Total
BY
EsCancelShipment
tablished
El
lation

Total Back-ordered Line Items
t

OnHand
and
EsItablished

1,272,00[ 3

1,695,626

Released

OnHsnd
End
of
Month

Tr

Line
Items
Offered
Late
At!!-

143,13c

January ,
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June. . .
J
July . . .
August . .
September.
October 9
November .
December .

135,663
126,735
108,002

1944 .

:2:g

5561541

*
*
*

Y
*
*

January ,
February a
March . ,

104,033
96,310
96,323

590,495

April
. .
May . . .
June . . .

125,355
155,107
174,469

665,545
726,606
721,484

July . . .
August . .
September.

190,932
234,336
372,328
382,864
441,457
369,334

743,082 51,895
771,397 49,392
835,902 55,333
896,408 50,416
843,a2
105,532
801,643 52,533

October .
November .
December .

1945 .

6,x8,409

*
*
*

92,123
96,413
84,221

6,481,0&

,9,781,115

2g;g,

434,416,
433,366
404,226,

45,424
45,291
42,424

453,6321
E?;;:,

c

46,639
52,098
44,393

*
*
*

656,404
*
*
+

76,029
72,660
69,345

39,8!x
36,823
33,941

36,179
35,837
35,404

+

42,100

*
*
*

462,712,
515,5541
534,927

646,39(
704,072
709,401

77,598
92,571

101,107

35,49f
41,479
47,499

ZE' ,
6471197

737,155
770,492
830,61c

106,495
119,096
182,654

49,169

Egz; ,
610:2&,

838,25c
916,014
800,20t

191,103
194,733
167,826

73,659
106,932
65,881

487,067

4,782,878

6,43o,25:,

,

45,484
44,315
39,828

:z:,

51,092
53,608
w,"

111:2go

6:9
7.6

117,444
87,801 E
101J945 -2.4

585,555

January .
February .
March . .

370,746
343,902
328,584

843,512
741,233
832,420

63,764
48,698
54,692

646,818
575,440
592,186

870,357 170,747
757,266) 160,683
782,383 159,035

72,521
67,173
70,581

E%4"
J

April
. .
May . . .
June. . .

370,090
347,998
330,287

814,ogl
842,831
775,476

51,148
76,738

837,231
860,569
802,557L

157,506

64,458

621,338
631,755
&5,28: I

167,719

159,439

67,856
82,917
77,442

89,650 .8.0
84,802 .4.7
81,997 16.0

July . . .
August . ,

303,978
311,569

752,94C
775,906

45,821
81,748

544,38:i
565,672)

733,99t
785,&t :

155,587
159,518

65,066
81,999

90,521 L5.0
77,519 I3.0

TOTAL .
*
d
bf
c/

104

16,855,l5O

I

12,535,97C

Data not available.
Includes processing actions by extraction.
Line items offered late, shown as percent of total
Data not available prior to this date.

1,35,089
i

.ine items offered for shipment.

98,226

::4'
.2.1

APPENDIX

E

PROCESSINGOFREQUISITIONLINE l3EMS
BY!lZCBKKALSERVI~ETSAM)
SECTIONSOFASF DEPOTS
Tran8portation
Corps
I
Year
end
Month

OnHand
Start
of
Month

Total Requisition
I
Received
and
BY
EsCeaceltablished
lation

Letely From ssed
.BY
shipment

Total
21

Total Rack-ordered Line Items

‘t OnHand
and
Established

10,326

20,991

1943 .

T

Line Items

Released

2,159

On Hand
Ehd
of
Month

TP

Line
Items
Offered
Late
.-ii

-'

January .
February .
March . ,
April
. .
May . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August..
September.
October c/
November-.

December .

2,851
8,261
15,287

6,n4
9,277
5,000

4,703
4,299
1,324

*
Y
+

+
*
*

2,887

5,686
6,538

106
378
1,675

2,781
5,308

*
*
+

5,189

*
*
*

4,863

,

1944 .

~86,867

343,762

1,140

9,824
13,330
L7,732

20,133
18,989
19,758

2,700
2,967
3,527

14,349
21,124
21,925

24,523
37,012
44,787

16,881
6,100
4,335

9,109
2,189
2,855

1,480

:::

4,200
2,904
5,176

20,977
28,866
25,972

43,796
46,128
44,887

2,036

876
846
1,434

1,160
2,225
969

4.0
6.4
1.6

355,490

91,061

169,398

359,234
37,026
p5;
t
34,191
44,039
40,287

1,587

13,662
14,47-L
9,773

936
557
1,353
2,181
7,883
3,538

1.8
0.8
4.5
4.4

60,074
65,954

9,565
7,884

3,381
6,044

15,665
14,838
19,635

30,458

April
. .
May . . .
June . . .

39,232
36,364
36,440

7,769
12,529
21,478

4;
926

6,054

9,750
12,289

July . . .
August..
September.

40,166
8,619
12,845

19,930
42,138
43,349

2,351
2,827
1,693

October .
November .
December .

9,041
21,964
18,428

55,273
42,592
43,461

12,363

12,422

9
+
*

2,351
2,642
20,568

January .
February .
March

17,002
15,815

21,511

35,839
40,750
49,864

10,274
2,486
5,530

April
. .
May . . .
June. . .

28,766
33,601
23,599

39,233
34,037
44,740

3,612
17,051
6,403

13,078
18,694
19,482
20,269
19,430
~8,284

July . . .
August..

28,206
26,961

58,760
52,267

9,013
36,692

39,524
20,637

TOTAL .
*
a/
i;/
c/

*
*
*

6,329
15,163
21,186

January .
February .
March

1945 .

33,635

720,243

366,591

Cata not available.
Includes processing actions by extxwtion.
Line items offered Late, shown as percent of total
Data not available prior to this date.

:fz,

Ei,

:2',:;
>
17,433
16,022
16,231
7,772
3,911

*
*
*
*

25,873
2,523
5,022
10,028

‘+,W

8,675
21,431

6,588
6,235
6,184
1,840

2:;
E

6L;667

Line Items offered for shipment.

105

APPENDIX

E

STORAGEPACE AT DEI'OTS

f

Year
and
Month

1942
January .
February
March . .
April . .
.May . . .
June . .
J;ly
. .
August
Septembe;
October ,
November
December

1943

January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October ,
November
December

(Space in Thousands of Square
eovere Space
Grow in Operation
Total
Area not
Bin
Available
Storage
Total
Warehouse
Shed
for
Area
Storage

T Area Available

: cl 90,431 21 82,553 c/ 7,878 ~1 12,069
.
20,022
110,323
95,620
14,703
106,240 16,777
.
123,017
17,029
.
u8,@+9 112,394 16,255
14,253

88,298
89,517
90,612
93,986
92,872
93,320
93,892
94,288
93,558
92,727
92,252
91,786

58.9
60.8
62.8
63.1
64.7
65.8
65.6
67.0

3,804

34,586
35,727
35,667

12,930

11,971
12,092
13,067
13,599
13,699
13,887
14,277
14,443
15,089
15,195
15.127
15,287

67.3
68.4
69.1
69.6
70.5
69.6
70.2
69.2
69.6
70.8
72.4
71.7

13,109
12,754
12,530
12,510
12,366
12,318
12,372
12,359

15,146
14,826
14,508
14,255
14,414
14,203
14,457
14,344

71.5
71.3
71.7
71.4
72.2
73.2
72.5
74.6

32%
128:023
128,142

15,019
14,471
14,351
14,614

143,256
144,330
144,911
144,722
144,742
145,496
145,970
145,849
145,497
145,396
145,949

128,702
130,e;z6
130,758
131,321
131,236
131,089
132,106
133,031
132,911
132,543
132,435
133,019

13,986
13,030
13,572
13,590
13,486
13,653
13,390
12,939
12,938
12,954
12,961

147,044
146,245
145,564
144,288
143,484
142,916
143,074
142,833

133,935
133,491
133,034
131,778
131,118
130,598
130,702
130,474

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

142,688

g/ 21,991 21 30,371 21 65.2
26,76e
62.6
63,533
24,894
81,094
54.6
29,20e
85,188
55.9
30,4lC
32,JPC
34,721
31,265
32,957
34,161
34,28C
33,854
31,505
33,053
33,491
34,391

16,041
15,483
15,355
16,099
16,776
15,902
15,719

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

15,643

3:812
3,846

;3;2
361837
37,225

;'76;:
3:704
3,633
3,702

;;i::
3695
38,178
38,339

92,327
91,658
91,576
91,660
90,315
90,206
90,148
gJ;;g
88:703
88,458
88,621

3,664
3,662
3,689
3,713
3,713
3,709
3,727
3,611

38,58C
38,186
37,766
37,392
37,155
37,031
37,256
37,024

89,654
89,571
89,601
88,928
88,202
87,973
87,634
87,854

?a::
;tk&

TOTAL . .
I
c/ Data not available

106

for Bulk Storaa Occupied
by NonNet Usable
issuablt
Percent
Total
Goods
Occupied

15,671
16,476
15,102
19,092
20,277
19,195
18,556
16,163
13,846 g/ 3,719
3,939
13,390
4,057
12,574
4,150
12,429

118,338
122,900
125,080
128,244
129,330
130,774
131,009
128,662

134,379
138,383
140,435
144,343
~46,106
146,676
146,728
144,305
142,628
143,159
142,374
142,756

1944

January
February
March .
April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

isles, Re
ceiving &
Shiwing
Areas

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . ,
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Feetj

prior

to this date. I_
(continued on next page)

2;
6613
67.6

cl

464
498
488
2;;
ig
1,492
1,873
2,217
2,452
2,278
2,160
2,015
2,079
2,309
2,510
3,993

APPENDIX

E

STORAGESPACEAT DEPOTS(Continued)

Open Spa
Net Usable

Total
Open
HerdStanding

Year
and
Month

Total

Percent
3ccupied

Unimproved
)pen Area
Occupied

Open Spat
Occupied
by Nonissuable
Goods

Ammunition Space
-Net UsableIgloo & ; Sazine T Open Arm
Percent
Total
Total
)ccupied

iion
3rcent
:cupied

1942
January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June ..,
July . .
August .,
September
October .
November
,December
1.94j
January .
February
March . .
April
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October
November.
December
1944
January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
h&Wet .
September
October .
November
December

January
February
March .
April .
May . .
June .
July . .
August

.
,

<
( c/124,078 El 87,612 g/
,
114,768
76,782
.
124,844
97,479
(
139,954
105,999

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
,
s
.
.
.
,
.
.

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

146,156
153,027
135,712
138,548
138,288
140,334
143,283
140,140
145,157
153,943
153,390
153,396
154,981
158,549

161,622
163,351
166,310
168,638
170,530
173,203
176,326
178,278
177,916
178,634

113,501
106,315
;;c;::
;,"h;
97:745
95,211
82,923
85,697

27.4

31.9

23,741
23,895
23,423

30.9

37.9
38.1
38.5
39.0
40.8
44.6
43.9

24,742

87,432
87,380

39.8
42.9

87,680

42.7
45.7

16,992
18,193

8g,28o

90,150
89,581
90,153

92,050
91,522
95,032

96,506

96,907
96,613
96,759

104,380
106,8Bl
108,120

193,288

108,179

185,630
182,051
181,915
182,125

E/ 10,629 cl
16,436
16,879
21,394

z/ 11,161
10,995
11,635
14,8oc

189,798

193,510
193,106

24.2

36.4

106,562

104,006

103,170
102,680

39.1

41.9

49.2

19,920

51.7
52.0
52.4

18,421
18,675
18,807

;:2

18,97i
18,692

5214
53.1
52.8
52.7
51.6
52.7
52.6
51.8
53.7
53.7
52.2
53.9

18,36:
20,577
22,037
22,774
20,947

21,016
20,194

24,050
27,336

27,590
26,095

25,545

26,861
26,430
29,869
29,916
29,696
29,174
29,165
29,165

cl

903
503
768
735
999
1,108
1,589
2,180
2,939
3,652
4,382
4,271
3,464
3,537
3,180
3,651
3,916
6,451

29,189
29,178
29,153
29,633
29,565
29,730
29,975
29,964
29,915
29,913
29,934
29,944
29,912
29,866
29,925
29,917
30,255
30,253
30,231
30,512

67.:
62.~
56.~

49.c

49.4

53.7
55.c
57.1
58.1
60.1
60.6
61.2
61.3
64.9

67.4
68.0

70.2
;z

68h

2.:

62:4
62.1
z

65%
63.7
64.8
67.0
68.6
71.9
79.5

84.7

8,571
14,672
19,305

21,530

46.0
63.3
71.8
80.3

TOTAL
21 Data not available

1 .or to thl

date.

107

APPENDIX

E

llEPCTRECEIPTSAKDSEtIPl@!INTS- TONNAGE
Warehousb and Shed
Additions
Received
Shipped or Withdrawals

Year
and
Month
1942. .
January .
Februaq .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June . . .
July . . .
Augwt . .
September.
October .
November .
December .

1943. .
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June,. . .
July.
. .
August...
September.
October .
November .

Received
1,300,018

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

4,065,094 3,382,313

682,781 6,059,894

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. c/ 985,444 c/ 808,142 c/177,302
.
963,378 884,339 79,039
.
1,088,955
881,599 207,356

352,5?7
403,972
534,490
546,993
519,127
470,830
541,582
514,878
523,202
551,526

1,027,317
808,233
I
1944. . 14,300,405 13,305,000

219,084

;g;gJ

995,405

8,262,267

1,022,242
1,074,850
1,160,566
1,144,889
1,24y,lo8
1,215,746
11157,749
1,283&J+
w93,674
1,308,225
1,263,985
W25,927

=2,353
210,505
~8,353
87,981
72,993

629,490
674,787
682,563
706,057
625,371

-33,082
41,803
21,981
255,811

AXIS
78oi877
690,572
712,561
698,299
720,894

9,595,842

980,067

5,819,207

1,342,682
1,=9,705
1,324,695
1,301,943
1,293,743
1,2oo,698
Ll36,578
775,798

-62,680

676,799
649,189
729,772
705,755
906,114

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

October . .
November. .
Eecember. ,

1945. . 10,575,9=
January
February
March .
April .
May . .
June . .
July. .
August...

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Shipped

Additions
or Withdrawals

687,925

Received
t

'108

Additions
or Withdrawals

612.093

1,280,002
1,263,314
l&5,277
1,320,304
1,474,W
1,372,7&
1,239,713
l&O,574

899,889
864,345
1,042,213
l,o56,go8
1,176,11.5
1,194,049
1,190,831
1,241,641
1,171,693
1,052,414
1,228,115
l&%,787

wS7

43,609

140,582
18,361
180,278
172,008
103,u5
384,776

$gJ$2
6691582

4,959,325 1,100,569 1,509,468
223,848
2u,525

486,067
521,388
435,983

962,551

546,917

128,729
193,447
214,923
141,898
6,822
58,865
79,633
84,716
-15,269 c/406,502 c/294,671 ~/111,831
65,459 417,194 211,386 205,808
17,764 374,745 202,332 172,413
123,582 311,027 254,162 56,865

71184,921 1,"77,346 4,056,488 4,465,113 -408,625
427,171
507,857
520,996

-520,107

611,191
658,857
681,969
719,375
;gz
605;404
609,595

5,l21,130

$Ez
639:914
678,423
704.053
590,081~
715,501
477,033

202,319 346,834
166,930 314,499
161,567 322,990
185,950 287,740
14,180 355,590
-19,684
19,654
61,502
-46,503
127,237
92,895 376,901
1l1,299 336,047
698,077 4,~9,637
6,874

102,989
89,858
27,332

202,061

96,039
-19,625
192,549

$2
4131002
407,356
762,997
7~,314
gyg
J

.
28,9+1,41o 26,283,155 2,658,255 21,441,3% 17,953,301 3,488,085 9,695,m
o/ mta not szvallable prior to this date.
TOPAL.

Shipped

_

21 269,724 c/ 135,485 ~1134,239
174,280 158,944
333,224
166,144 192,24e
358,392
212,016 126,662
338,678

December. .

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August...
September.

Ammunition

open

234,268
284,524
358,925
428,757
502,222
415;170
319,548
392,438
404,927
421,145

112,566
29,975
-36,270
-56,189
-3,335
-115,935
-180;112
-65,531
34,782
-15,452
-28,026
-85,098

1,799,742 2,329,895
295,313
284,481
358,442
259,078
184,955
381,651
166,613
69,009

82,482
92,785
54,560
148,278
578,042
529,663
486,602
357,483

7,227,406 2,468,187

5

‘APFE&J3#X

E


*

DZWfREC~SBy~E~slhll~SBYDESl!INA!t'IOM
a
,

Year
an!3
Month

T

,

I

.*
‘i

ToPnage Received
FIQll

TOtal

PrOcUre-

aeturns

nmlt

Interlepot

6.03ti.083
1.
January,
.r'ebruary
*
March . .
April . .
&Y
l. .
Juno. . .
July. . .
August. .
Septambejpi d/1,205,675
October .
1,585,280
November.
1,467,519
December.
1,773,609

Tonnage Sf

pea

To Ports
of E&ax-k&ion

Pd Zone
of
Interio

--.

! ,’

r&repot

4,Og3,228

l

#

22b

J-=-Y

.
February .
March . .
April , .
May :. .
June. . .
July..
.
August. .
Septsmbe:r
Octo.ber .
November.
December.

23.523.486
1,69O,819
lJ733,060
2,126,950
2,121,6gl
2,025,447

f4%%

1:177:957
1,350,446
1,557,292
;;276;2
1,727,153
1,644,938
893:755
1,924,946 L,a3,251
965,261
~J~y$;g, 32;;
1:581:792
~~605,319 1, a:975
1,498,378
928,583

2,054,651

2,045,148
;,;pg

1~932:098

2,002,852
1,897,909

1%
26.619.160
January.
February.
March . .
April.
.
May . . .
June; . .
July...
August. .
2,413,960
Septemlm
2,238,576
October ,
y;;,;;;
Novmiber.
December. 2;282;868

i5is%i%

*

1;656:726

%s%E
1,084;225

2,228,316

l,498,618

2,238,446

g;@-&
.J J

1,922,469 1,306,383
1,920,944 1,295,356
2,146,231
1,460,986
2,281,663
1,569,651
2,375,022 1,600,wi'
2,376,186 1,616,951
2,030,176 1,300,724
2,217,527

1945

Jmym.
February.
'March ,-,
April . ,
May...
June. . ,

July...
August. .
TCtCAI,,

?3E
220:451

+-2%F

1,730,232
1,333,425

279,37-l
g?g
273:w

1:404:73s
2,323,051 ?yp;
2,239,444
2,182,751
1:334:406
2,072,430
?$pEg
2,918,692
'614;848
1,321,840

76,699,'+84 14,234,@39 2,399,543 ,212,833 $77,492 4,200,817

'

226,334
242.,165
241,951
s&3,92;

\

191:329

;7,367,556, ,367,64' ,772,190

C

d Data not available

prior

to this date.

,

$MJ
'- ,.,,

I

-

1

!

L
I
i
\

.i

APPENDIX
TONNAGE,TON-HAM)~GRAT~S,
l- Total Tonn e Handled
Year
and
Month

Received
and
Shipped

.

a.
. .
January. .
February. .
March'. . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June. . . .
'July. . . .
August. . .
September, .
October . .
November. .
December. .

,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

10,325,311

1943. . . .
January,,. . .

42,159,32?
2,9$5,429
2,9%017
3,477,396
3,678,983
3,752,600
3,699,589

February.
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June. . .
July. . .
August. .
Septeniber
October .
November.
December.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944. . . .

1.'

January.
FebI-Uarg.
)larch . .
April . .
May'. . .
June. . .
July. . .
August. .
Septamber
October ,
November.
December.
g4J

Maroh .-.
April . .
May. . .
June. . .
+ly. . .
August. .

.

TOTAL

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

2,wi’,258

;‘zg,g
315561432
3,513,890
3,608,171
3,396,287
51,574,194
3,559,w

3,720,862
4,088,588
4,059,630

gpz$
4:500:395

?.eceiving
and
jhiming

Receiving
and
shipp%
Touch
Labor

l-

-k Bark-L1
Number

EquQ ment
Truckf
Percent
out of
Service

Tow&
Tractors

Cranee

lb.ilV

l,Y38,855

,
.
.
.
.
.

.40,840,001

O/ IMa not available

d 2.62
2.64
2.56
2.46

d;;;?;g
285:275
639,960
4,;9,;;;
5551103
776,504
g84,;;z
4d713
120,202
305,987
273,864
350,306 9 ;.;;
397,533
399,531
1:57
1~664,126
437,238
407,410

243,650
217,742
83,838
-113,922
-193,540
xi:
367:M
100,739
65,341

4,008,041
26,676
239,383
285,000
193,971
960,381
797,710
570,112
934,808

. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

Total
storage

r Man-Dax

a

. . .

January...

Februars.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

ANDEQUIPMENTUSEDATIXEPOTS

yrons Hand I Per ~-II

Additions
and
With-t drawals

E-'

?,W%667

prior to this date.

,

01 2.90

3.00
2.92

1.61
1.73
1.74
1.87
1.93
1.97
1.95
1.93
1.97
1.98
2.05
2.12

4.01
4.17
4.33
4.42
4.68
4.73

1.97
2.05
2.12
2.28
2.39
2.32
2.20
1.93

4.81
4.98
5.38
5.84
6.14
6.08
5.89
5.59

3.03

3.24
3.36
;‘;:
4:oo

2.35
2.44
2.58
3.03
2.96
3.05
3.25
3.60
3.81
3.42
3.63
3.50

d ;;;

c/ 938

-1,171
1,305
1,653

1,269

283
374

1,953

1,546

,436

1,944
1,992

%

2,264
2,574
2,834
3,016
3,243
3,422
3,519
3,837
E;
41316

598

1,846

2,008
1,996

2,076
2,111
CJ 8.8
i?z.

3.54
34%
4:48
4.50
4.73
4.81
5.26
5.39
5.38
5.55
5.26

‘+,963
j,WJ
5,156
5,282
5,329
5,417

s.2
.

5.18

5,520

3.0

:*$I
.

;,7’:;
;b&

2:;

4,355
4,441
4,616

2;

4,647

;:;
.

4,730

V%o

2:
6:4
29”

;:I

6;004
;?l
2:g

m

2,304
2,295
2,276
2,296

2,311
2,304
2,322
2,321
2,292
2,321
2,313
2,325
2,300
2,334
2,337
2,355

2,319
2,348
2,377
2,348
2,366
2,352
2,339
2,358

564
$64

574
579
2%
624
633
634
649
673
697
;2
82
740
$2
774

787
A::

818
832
867
926
925

I
I

,a

r

-5
r

APPENDrX

E

PERSONNEiLENPUXEDATDEPOTS
orage Persoxx
Total
Depot
Persorx3el

Year and Month

January . . . . .
February . . . .
March . .
April . .
by . . *
June . ,
July . .
August .
September
Ootobep
November
December
.

l

,

*

#

.

*

*

*

.

*

.

.

.

l

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

1943

JanGiZ.
February
March .-.
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October
November
December

1944

Janwx.
February
krch ..-.
April , .
May . . *
/June . .
July . .
Au&wet .
September
October .
November
December

.

.

,

.

.

.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

*

.

. .
. .
:
.
.
.
.
.

:
,
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.

;
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

JanuaT
. . . .
February. ....
Mch ......
April ......
May ......
June ......
July ......
August .....

+28,372
160,221
180,683
l&3,.116

Receiving
snd Shlpplng

17,537
16,829
17,020
16,967

47,614
51,346
50,627
,49,780

17,559
16,584
17,220
18,298

16,930
17,048
17,239
16,464
16,092
16,190
17,069
17,360
16,742
17,013
16,682
15,186

49,550
49,581
48,170
46,948
46,447
47,146
47,211
44,115
42,380
41,929
'41,328
41,930

18,512
18,114 c
20,350
20,754 >
22,251,
23,510
24,502
25,478
24,571
24,786
26,204
26,643

14,827
13,557

42,979
41,527

12,188
10,985
10,643
10,852
Y

:gg
35:oo1
34,103
33,589
*

28,749
30,990
33,423

Other

_,

207,239
218,376
224,364
226,199

228,709
237,280
231,017
208,350
206,352
208,173
209,654
204,684
207,235

211,112

221,891
219,241
221,957
226,307
230,171
228,550
227,020
229,640
231,576
231,943
240,316
241,413
240,228
237,016
239,492
241,713
*

@;J;;
iv4,903
95,799

104,861

110,011

114,178
111,565
112,027
113,394
107,731
97,700
90,879
92,845
92,870
91,766

qJ0’;;

8:003
6,721

91,431
91,316
92,863
91,178
91,835
94,155
9'6,777
95,308
92,024
92,245
92,826
92,893

2;;;
8:331
8,517
8,612
9.134

96,180
95,805
95,611
89,781
89,756
89,635
90,257
*

9,625
3,731
9,749
9,032
8,841
8,651
9,022
+

6,439
6,573
6,924
7,012
7,045
7,309

TOTAL. . . . .
*Wta not availa
e
d Data not available

prior

.

L

Packing,
Crat ing ,
and Baling

*

,

.

Adminfetratlve

Total

to this date.

_.<

,1’

--

12,942

:t'$;
3d238
36,794
+

,

TT

r
.

-’

I

I
.*
s.
\.
I

,

.

A@PENDIX

F

SU&LY OF TYPESA AND B RATIONSW OVERSEAS
THfWXRS

I

European Theater

9 of

Minlmunl
Author-

Ye027and Month

izea

Level
1942
November . . . .
Deoembd . . . .

1943

January...
February
Wch......
April.
.
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
*
.
.
.
'.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January. .
February .
March......
April . . .
May. . .-.
June . . .
July . . .
Amat
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . .
. . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

;;
;z
El
E

68
38
;t
t;
:5

22

18
18
22
22

22

15
15
15
l7
l-7
17
17

Minimum
Author-

On
H%.na

ized

Level

Sup]

I

Y

Maximum

Authorized

Level

T

On
Eana

Southw%et Pacific

Author-

Author-

Level

Level

ized

12
:;
65
65
44
::
z;
:3
t;
z;
47
47

ized

/

280
268
l5l
130
123
CT
161 '
147
172
121
86
50

;"o 59
372

27
27
$07
$i
;:

ii
25
17
25

z;
39
33
$
;:
54
87

TOTAL . . . . .
* Data not availa e.
d No report% prior to thie aate.

112
,

100

106

;;

:;

;5

;z

55:

;z
65

g

::

::

::

2:

21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21

2
68

36 af

PO aJ
101

;;
g

z

2
64
60
93
127
121
114
185

167
97
107

g

2;

;t

E;
61
53

64

14; af
143
143
143
143
137
167
167
167
167
167
1;

61

on
Hand

-

E
64
a;

The&r

3 of sup ,Y
MinIDlUJIl Maximlx

345 9
310

9; g
102

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944

January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . *
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Authorizea
Level

25 aJ
50

. .
. . . .
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Mealterrknean Theatar

;;
;;

PO

81 .

63
z;

22

51

2

5;
51

z:
34

21
21
21
21

;;

41

27
27
27
27

;:
30
19
20

z;

::
75

%
+'

;;

E

g

3626
g

2

.
i

.I
\r

.

APPENbIX

SUPPLYOFTYPESAANDBRATIONS

3entral Pacific
D

Year an&Month

MlllllllI.Im
Author-

ized

Level

3 of

F

IN OVERSEASTHEATERS(Cont'd)

Base Cammant South Pacifio
sq

MaxlmLm

Author-

ized

I:

T
On
Hand

MiIltiIlZI
Authorized

Led

Level

Base Comrm6

:hina-Burma

8 of sup Y
MaXimum
Author-

ized

L
On
Hana

Level

Minimun
Autbor-

ma

Level

.
- India Theaters
s of SU]
MaXbUll

Author.

iz.3a

Level

November . . . .
December . . . .

170

January.....
February
March . .
April . .
May....
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

170
170
170
170
170
180
150
150
150
150
150
150

240
24b
240
240
240

150

240'

Jar-&ii?.
February
March .\.
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
Awuat
.
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. , . ,
. . . .
. . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. , . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

February
March .
April .
May . .
June .

.
.
.
.
.

1944

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

July .w....
August . . . . .

-

110 a/

113 2,
113
100

99
129
129
129
129
::

41'
37
37
x
z:
i;
:;
z;
g
45
53

2%

28

129
;1"
2;
6;

;5'
TZ
75
75

8%57

87
72

;30
26"
59
;:
101

68
107
*
131
69
35
29
17
20

111 a
101 -

ii;

171 &I
171
143
173
173
173
173
173

83

173

2

::

;5

::

86
5%
167
137
38

z

i:
85

111g
'111
::
::

1;
45
30
30

120

175
z:

la

82

5%
2;
80

71

5

2:

111

;z
ii

;t
40

114
117
167
47 b
49 x

345

2: ii

5%
58 a

mrA.L.....
* 'Data not avallable.
a/ No reports prior to this date.
p/ These figures &resent
data for the Western Pacific

Base Command.

z
z
E

2:

3

27
36

260 2,
260
260
260
30
240

2:
60
2

2
2:
60
2:
28

224 a/

246'

66:

185
176

On

Hand

;:
;:

90
*

189

204
202

153
121

92.
‘2:
t:

-

.

31

20

163
107
120

191
135

122
110

99

112
122

99

92

f

-

I

8;

.

,, APPENDIX

G

.

TROOPS
MOVEDIN ORGANIZJCD
CZEKNPS
OF 40 ORMOREWITHIN U.S.

Year
and Month

Total

Domestic
moves

Overseas
(into
FurStaging
loughew
Areas)

Hospital
Divisiol 1 Patient4
ana
moves
Attenaants

Prisoners 3
of War
aa
Rotatior
Guards

L Reaeployed

ana
Reserve

,

1941 * -

December . .

1942. *

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June . . .
July.
. .
{August . .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

-1943.
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
M&y . . .
June . . .
'July.
. .
August...
September
October .
November .
December .

;

'

375

451,683
;g 9;;
aa7:49:
827,884

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945 * -

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .
July.
.
August...

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

85 705
2,417
2,642
2,924
4,374
4,690
6,280
7,524
9,131
12,979
11,120
13,318
8,306

.
.
. 1,o32,35S
. l,O4O,336
.
804,761
.
920,201
.
838,331

979,422
872,765

1944. .

Japuary .
February .
March . .
Aprfl
. .
May . . .
June . . .
July.
. .
Au@.wt...
September
October .
November .
December .

&I 375

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,630,360

1,150,4g4 216,005 526,134

864,542
z5; (??Z

6&'182
670&i
714,403 ' g%
796,031 27g;867
241,301
7&,;g
240,667
678;22b .241,965

22,397
gg
223,216 29:794
185,063 33,048
198,OO;L 57,484

%i%
203;681
197,472
178,154
219,786
217,331
941,876 288,117
L,174,,37% 265,466

lJ34.298 $pg
177,517
175,701 401913
176,034 29,408
132,743 25,161
111,371 19,012
lo6,910 24,248
83,662
170,360 g:78:
,

184,376
185,094
174,744

TOTAL . . 2,881,093 3,426,539 2,284,792 w,677
tx/ No data available Prior to this
&/ New series this aate.

date.
i

.

114
-2

.74,391
69,m
134,470
114,349
$a:,

%f%
10,021
8,120
10,459
9,060
11,000
7,879

13,311
16,871
18,481
18,521

32,887

1,975 j
=%I 27

28:

38:
8,66:
20,747
27,%9'?
31,602

12,741

7,992 >

521 65:1 >94,607
10,384
15,74sI
13,561
19,092
28,733
32,000I
61,323 B

84,829, '2;~z
I 47:900
24,167

, 34,522
51,426

429,391
38,415

,035.276

m
25:721
0
0
0
0
0
0

F-F-8
4::7507

z;t
57:299
111,618
123,563
10,262
15,441

f 229,122
312,766
493,388

521,723

313,178 1,065,OOb 623,998

,o35,276

;E:$
5&17
56,664
39,340
28,226

25,380
30,610
48,776

\

,APPENDIX

G

BILL3 OF LADING BY TYPE OF TRA.IUSPOm
ToNNAGEMcWEDONWARDEPARWEXT
-

lTonMile0 d
:MillionS)

Year and knth

Total
sb
(Thous)

1941 * . .
December . . . .
1942
January
FebMarch .
April
.
May

* * . .
- Avg .
.
.

* - * Avg

June...
*
July...
August ' * Avg .
September.
October .
November
. Avg
*
December .
a.
January .
-Febm
.
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .
1944.
January .
February....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
August,...
September
OOtober .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

- - . . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.

1945 - * * *

January
February..
March .
Apz'll .
May . .
June......

. . .
.
. . .
. . .
. , .

.
.
.
.
.

Ju4 . . . . . ,

August.....

TOT& . . .

Carload
s/T
(Thus)

L. c. L
s/T
(Th-)

147

-81, 97

32,673
1,266

3%
1,969

2,5=

2,098

3,286

45,365
1,791
1,794
2,297
2,751
2,925
3,48c

4,893
5,593
6,456

4,241
2%
. 3,752
g;:
41643
4,800
4,go6
4,764
4,839
E::
41582

33%

5,071
5,811
5,035
5,555

. ?S

&212

5,987
6,350
6,230
6,223
$-g

x2?
,

;Ji$
%:o6g
7,749
7,851
8,088
7,452
7,210
9%
7:908
8,915
7,992
‘8,704
8,690

9,116
9,525
8,947
9,643
2;kz
J

26

78 977
5,976
2:;;
61532
6,830
6,769
7,218
6,896
6,980

7,184
6,637
6,339
8
%%7
6,962
7,870
6,954
7,536
7,65’1
8,077
8,316
7,876
8,422
8,123
7,985

;%g:
7:910
7,930
7,289
5,269

10,528
10,034
7,716

3%
7:843
9,729
;Jg:
9:202
8,763
6,792

213,964

324,d92

288,142

aData not available prior to
c&.rload
ma L. c. L. only.

3%

*g&8

11,001

10,487
10,692

l-

Rail

-2

16

1z$

22
‘76

FXpress
S/T

(Thous)

%

17

20
12

147

140
148

134
l-27
I.28
I.28
117
115
33ii

m

21
17
20
1%
1%
19
1%
21
21

E2
423
485

::

62
-+-11

6
-Y 7

7:

ii
61

:z
50
29
25
24
19

4,881

1,100

824
13
19

d

%

16
24
I.22
101

:::
2::
621
631
626
669
596
G56

20
21

;:

;'1

214
233
267

23

110

105
96

145
199

16
15
20
20
14
16

%
21
22
20
22
20
24
26
24
31

101
119
94
101
89
101

9 08
&
129

17
17

136
154
172
155
l-25
135

142

Inland
Waterway
SP
(Thous)

11
ii

;ii
114

-32
l-25

Motor
s/T
(Th-)

78
;:
84

82

115
2,182

9%

115

161
158
208
198
206
173
225
22%
220
16%
I.22

663
$2
847
;2
853
723
860
;2l
11
%Ji
;;a
FE
1,068
973

.%
169
174
144
159

162

746

208
98

26,534

4,235

his date.

115

Ill-APPENDIX

TONNA0ZMOVED
ONWARDEP-

lotalcJ/
(%s)

Year end Month

1941 - - * *

710
710

December . . . .

1942 . . . .
January.....
February . . . .

March . .
April . .
May . . .
June ,.....
July
. .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . . . .
January....
,

February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

a..
January.....
February
March. .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
..a
..a

.
.
.
,
.

1945....

January.....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

TOT-4 . . . . .

50,024
1,937
1,970

2,522
3,000
3,240
3,826
4,483
4,893
5,593
6,455
5,977
6,128

"7,,@i$
518%:
7,040
;$g
7:537
;sg
7:755
8,004
7,369
7,095
.o 119
1;;-6
;,7t7
81758
2:2
a:485
8,943
3g
9:423
9,018

1,131
1,304
1,331
1,694

1,263
::%
2:012

1,964
2,159
3p46
2:110

2,562
2,795
2,974
2,934
$%
3:163
p3;
&69

Sr
(Thous)

64
&z 5

BILLS OFLADINGBYSEHVICE

Eng
SIT
(Thous)
29
29

14 349
%
-g!
79
835
137
224
$z
399
770
L&z;
_1,677
1,4qo
1,192
1,575
1,232
1,571
1,761
1,504
1,551
1,420
1,483
16 194 21,053
1,441
1,539
1,509
1,267
1,939
1,351
1,295
1,893
1,766
1,398
1,714
1,351
1,428
1,934
1,295
1,910
1,800
1,315
1,848
1,407
1,748
1,344
1,453
1,302

AAF
s/T
(Thous)

‘91
TX

3,620
122
122

154
176
233
245
266
313
489
55%
430
508
8'~~
377
518
585
689
g
852
826
976
78;:

"9Jg+
?$
L34:
1:520
1,589
3:227
1,458
2,936
1,639
3,104
3,066
1,807
1,813
;A$
1,939
3:362
1,847
2,049
;%z
1,965
8,820
31657 1,976
808
2% 604
%I&
w
4,115
3859
2:191
3,568
101827
2,704
;s',:
10,343
2,843
3:786
10,533
3,042
10,366
gzi
9,826
ZJ%
2:136
7,618
2:433

17,951
1,502
1,600
1,902
1,400
1,536
1,514
1,559
1,521
1,420
1,464
1,287
1,246
11 6
--+
1,2 5
1,187
1,553
1,522
1,580
1,613
1,601
1,351

12,048

320,659 120,512

60,172

i/ Rail and Motor only.

116

0x-a
s/T
Dous)

G

73,563

901
891
969

lJo@

1,103
1,073
1,091
1,078
1,000
1,124
z;:

z
(Thous)

20
m

15
E
1,040
57
62
39

%
20

30

;;
89
9%

112
122

115
120
141
%130
145
154
131
100
114
143
1.60
170
148
151
%J
254
Et:
212
195
221
214

185
182
170

2

:cz

%
42
41
5%
75
;'o
89

265
257
275
285
299
347
32%
32%

115
103

5 02%
WC7
401
410
453
;:i

104
108

119
131
147
151
147
123
1 939
147
147
177
158
165
154
158
174
154
163
173
169
*

1,054
1,039
992
1,115
1,078
795

Y%
153
199
201
278
226
212
147

32,326

6,792

5,347

5%
936

-

$0
179
2
194
150
122

412
g

313
402
486
7,600
%
640

128
119

124

76t7
60:

117
142
2%
160
246
233
160
214
15%
log
2,049

446
g
558
525
19,898

APPENDIX

G

SPEEDACHIEcrEDINRELZASINGIKREIGHT CARS
AT ARMYl3STALLATIONS

ARMY-NAVYCONSOLIDATED
CARSERVICE

(Time (inpercent)
Number

Year

Released

and Month

Dece&

Before
24-48
24 Hours Kours

-D emurrage
After r Accruea
$8 HOIJrE

l-

Th'
Total

Navy

Refrig.
:ars Used

76

'. *. *. *.

1942 . . . .
Janmy.....
Febrww
. . . .

March .-.
April . ..
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.

September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.

1943 1. .
Janmy.'.
.
February . .
March. . , .
April . . . ,
May . . . . .
June . . . .
July . . . .
August . . .
September . .
October . . .
/November
,December Avg'

.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944
January.
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

* * - *
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

i/

$
1%

63

24

24
24
24

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . . .

3,508,411

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

147
d>

;;

2%
2%

9
11

29
29
29
29

2%
;4”

35
549
36
z:
2

21;
22
23
22
25
23
22
25

.
.
.
.
.

347
772
26

: 629,610

2 09%424
-%@
252,945
283,837
275,306
310,742
272,481
254,262
189,371

April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

494
22

2
53
55

13

w-B,987

26
24
26

1945 . . . .
January..
. . .
February . . . .
March. . . . . .

20
21

E
44
(dl93,983

:
9
1%

20
21

2:

162,536
236,014
249,970
252,970
254,065
254,492

November . . . .
December . . . .

3

14
14

12

ll

9
13
1;
9
7
:
i

=2,53:
107,851
115,95c
136,044
81,363
75,867
794
%E$
52z182 ii
67,207 103
57,598 ,101
135,750 109
ll2,422
108
104
%g;
88
J
-,279,156 !,262

2
53
;t
5;

12

13
13
15
16
1%
19
20

%
22
26

;:
33;
34
;E
33
30

35-

8;;
346
444
672
783
627
760
931
991
972
955
20 (802

803
913
1,065
1,157
1,446
2,123
2,265
2,413
2,351
2,448
2,462
1,356
%i?
1:560
2,373
2,366
2,335
2,388
2,371
2,340

2
67
74
;i
7497

7,567

765

45,782

q No repotis prior to this date.
bf New eeries this date.

117

_.

.APE’E~D~X

G

TROOPSIN STAGINGAREAS

In-Transit
Capacity

YeBX
and Month

T

Space
Basis
1942
JaIlUi
February
M?lrch . .
April . .
May..
..
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1943
Jz3lllii.
Februky
March..
April . .
May a. ,
June . .
July . .
August .
Septelliber
October .
Noveniber
December

.

.

.

.

d

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

s

.

*

.

.

9

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

*

.

.

*

.

*

.

.

.

*

.

.

,

.

,

.

.

.

9

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

,

*

.

*

.

9

.

.

*

,

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

*

0

0

.

.

.

*

.

.

*

.

.

:,
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

91,351
103,501
174,023
178,063
152,393
157,367
157,367
176,467
144,181

1944 . . . . .
January.
February
March..
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
Au(3uBt ,
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
*
.
,
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945 . . f - -

January. .
February .
March.......
April . . .
May..
. .
June . . .
JLQ . ..a.
August . .

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
*. . .
. . . .
. .
. . . .

a-/ Data not available

118,

;;fz;
861526
47,067
g,;;:

214,34;
224,343
229,599
221,912
224,361
231,866
224,824
141,315
138,290
139,902
141,130
139,879

78,900
83,143
106,430
85,w
78,665
142,401
61,328
58,027

139,405
138,402
133,605
133,313
~2,488
131,743
l33,122
134,259

79,700
46,838
28,854
22;041

to this date.

-

In
-

ndled

out

-

76,007
68,564
811,641
67,614

73:134
72,201

79,252
67,558
44,961
101,196
65,093

I
prior

51,264

Troope

Peek
DlXiU?
Month
-

206,200
212,200
218,154
218,154
248,653
227,811
227,811
187,157
195,959
206,117
212,730
219,283

TOTAL. . . . . .

.

End
of
Month

89,OG
89,045
89,045

T

Troops on Hand

$gi
117;821
67,350
60,622
126,247
133,259

;:%;
901428
94,869

67,682

127,332
148,027
145,895
169,519
157,582
187,230
169,539
165,1+5
165,776
155,396
160,193
127,252
136,976
130,318
w5;,3
147,598
105,133
m:
81:313
101,447
105,807
L?2,334

845,813

908,058

236,100

166,718
266,610
144,687
230,043

3,278,098
275,059
286,916
277;036
258,526
281,378
235;555
230,238
239,105
295,828
295,924
268,509
334,024

3,323,282
329 4E3
285;788
253,731
279,767
287,852
171,819
311,311
242,404
284,861
289,552
257,196
329,583

2,338,447
258,042
219,358
216,039
212,379
175,167
412,890
374,398
470,174

2,365,632
273,211
252,218
234,023
219,192
159,863
423,495
363,484
415,146

6,462,358

6,496,972

APPENDIX

G

EXPORTl?REIm SITU~ION AT PRINCIPAL PORTS
T
t

Year

and Month

Car
Capacity

-

19 Principal Ports
Cars
Average
Loaded
Oniiand
Dally
Cars
m $7of
Car UnOnHand
Capacity 1OadillgS

Loaded
C.%lX
OnHan

December . . . . .

24,013

All Ports
Loaded
Cars Eelir
Over
lODays

I---5,037

Percent
Held
Over
1ODsys
21.0

L
January.
February
Msxch.......
April . ,
May :. .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
January.
February
March.......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . . .
. . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
# .
. .
. .
. ,
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
.

. . . . .
. . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
March.......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
AU&st .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. # . . .
. . . . ,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

J+nuary......
February . . . . .
March.......
April . . . . . . .
May

.

.

l

.

.

.

.

.

Jwm? f . . . . . .
July . . ., . . .
August ., ., . .

22,812
22,494

“pg
64;674
64,674
64,674
64,674
64,674

22,673
18,522
17,332
20,055
20,857
20,475
19,736

22,761

266;: 27,119
64;674 24,702
58,640 24,809

49,900

49,900
49,900
60~45~
64,85c
64,850
64,850
64,850
64,850

2J:::

54;850
64,850
64,850
64,850
64,850
64,850
66,450
66,450
66,450
66,450
66,450
66,450
66,450
66,450

22,906
21,693
24,157
25,117
27,719

24,232
22,327
24,060
22,314
21,512
21,5?0
21,546
22,293
24,462
20,522
25,538
25,527
26,079

28,100
26,557
27,956
22,471
22,834
18,832
15,368

3:

26:8
31.0
32.2
31.7
30.5
35.2
41.9
38.2
42.3
g; .
Et"6

42.7
37.4
34.4
37.1
34.4
33.2
33.2
;x

37:7
31.6
;;*z.

39.2
42.3
40.0
42.1
33.8
34.4
28.3
23.1

2,657
2,862
3,064

2::
2:;

3,152
3,193
3,379
3,154
3,379

2::
5.8
E
24’
6.0
2:;
6.5

2,924

XJ:

31809
3,865
3,661

3,894

3,959

7.0

4,617

Z:T
4”::
2
i::
2
4.7

4,7u
4,862
4,632
4,800
4,661
4,491
4,623
5,392

5,007
5,420
4,792
5,346
2%;

51765
6,082
5,500
5,331

4,629

18,911
19,482
21,940
21,365
21,781
18,522
16,968
19,487
20,178
20,573
21,538
23,006
26,868
23,758
25,614
25,282
23,693
25,885

KE

51622
6,659
7,128
6,335
7,501
6,666
7,657
:%:
5:793

4,622
4,060

25,192
29,311

3,290

24,821
24,306
25,082
23,873
25,698
24,307

4,442
4,764
4,224
2,433
2,254
1,839
2,102
2,032
3,480
2,189
2,705
2,782

23,739

5.3

24,424
27,361
20,898
27,006
27,954

4.s

27,565

2:
4.8
1:;
33:;

5,863
6,990
6,923
6,370
7,254
8,797
10,578
7,080

28,m

28,574
28,790
24,626
24,988

20,064
16,354

6,353

2,077
2,411
2,157
1,668
1,444

1,655
1,003
1,153

25.7
31.1
;;.j

4812
33.1
35.6
33.5.
33.1
34.2
35.2
30.8
34.8

29.0

28.5
23.9
22.7
22.9
19.5
15.7
13.1
21.7
17.9

lg.6

16.8
10.2
8.8
2;

8.3
12.7
10.4

10.0
10.0

B:Z
;:8'
2:
7'::

TOTAL. . . ._. .
g Data not available

prior

to this date.

119

I

APPENDIX

G

CARUNLOADINGOF EXPORT FREXGHT

U.S.
ATY

Year
and Month

British

Russian

U.S.
I-7

365,354
20,040
20,037
25,991
27,116
34,145
36,636
36,287
33,576
36,896

132,153
B,goo
9,115
8,473
9,498

133,468
m
9,288
11,331

10,525
13,964
11,973

11,605
11,232
11,076
12,371

:p;:2
301757

15,450
13,935

War
Food
Adm.

Other
LendLease
and
conml.

42,239

154 140

z

3$
11: 139
11,125
13;500
14,072
16,522
15,190

1941 .....
December .....
l&2
January ......
February .....
March. ......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October ......
November .....
December .....
1943 .....
January ......
February .....
March. ......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July
.......
August ......
September .....
October ......
November .....
December .....
1944 .....
January ......
February .....
March. ......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October ......
November .....
December .....
1945 .....
January ......
February . . " . .
March. ......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
TOTAL ......
a/ Data not available

120

&244,61y
"l---g-$
a81206
87,138
108,149

104,848
116,622
120,806
120,178
112,514
118,265

117,934

417,265
24,019
27,145
28,790
26,059
35,053
33,430
40,145
42,048

k,442
38,376
41,956
38,802
%%$

%J$
1341174
126,716
142,445
130,230
137,961
138,486

148,736
142,672

136,276
141,573
%iEg

42:268

56,110
54,670
;;245'
661223
70,920
73,462
64,353
62,736
75,030
32-E
76;060
91,058

y$
35:o39
29,239
37,898
26,551
24,975

21,921

27,968
26,961

21,348
19,6&J
g%

39,770

211566
28,305
25,082
23,582
22,652
25,942
23,620

wa977

1,699,98o

893,743

prior

date.

148:4al
180,240

165,477
160,&g
149,962
145,603
114,758

to this

80,918
68,383
64,962
61,789

11,511
5,923

12,886

l?&
pw;
11:776

11,024
13,208
10,844

15,314
14,637

12,341

9,742

%%
9:&J+
10,579
10,897
11,965
;,:c:
31376
337,657

10,164
10,616

11,148
14,043
12,830

197 4
-8
z,14r
151604
17,465
17,822

14,733
14,578
16,115
15,872
17,293
22,137
21,432

2:482

3,176
3,324
3,182
1,911
4,952
2,642
4,036

-5,670
4,462
21,842

3,135
1,728
1,542
2,072
1,930
1,559
1,394
2,089
1,686
1,160
1,718
1,829
11,801
2,329

27,739

26,138
30,822

29,209
23,308
18,194

535,445

1,231
1,408
1,804
1,805
1,289
1,011

14,854
12,099

11,244
17,148

Yg
16585

14,990
22,770
16,918
17,583
16,597
14,434
18,268

15,996
13,900

182,519

17,073
16,154
21,151

20,638
24,292

26,327

924

28,010
28,874

75,882

538,270

.._

,,.

APPENDIX

.

G

PASSENGERS
EMBARKED
BY THEATEROF DESTINA!TION

r

Year
and Month

Total

*1
- - - January . . . . .
1942
JEUIU~.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . %.
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . . . .

January.....
February
March....
April . .
May . . .
JLlne . .
July . .
Auguqt .
September
October .
November
December

. . .
.
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . ,
. . :
. . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
.

1944 * - - *
January . . . . .

gigJ
T$g

ITotal

Atlantic
1 sorth
nerican

12,687
l2,687
pf&
221278

10,108
67:556
87,988
34,847
80,419
27,349
54,609 13,675
70,850
43,972
121,785 103,054
87,701
60,367
100,587 66,642
80,321
56,004
94,901: 68,393

Pacdic

Latin
unerica

European

l&

1,243
~4,601.
118
1,068
710
3,309
1,128
1,165
1,266
404
1,187
1,927
229
2,028

t 871 120 .,250,275 15,326
2,548
-&s-T
2,124
88,543 2'1::
49:819 1,089
73,630
155,629 115,814 1,361
140,320
86,916
347
139,485 90,323 3,548
171,037 78,717
899
159,279 124,340 1,278
171,146 104,610
170
241,110 182,133 1,069
166,965 97,899
754
273,449 205,855
139

m

g,
%g

327

102,86Q kLJiz9$

7:745
;%;
~$251
114
7jP”4

178
6,891.
8,315
4,942
8,041
q
6,044
3,450
2,237
6,006
1,614
3,215
2,786
945
?~~~
1;762

33,584
31,693
37,583
%%E
43:692
38,576
108,108
32,570
51,877
18,244
71,399
21,506
17,690
23,068
35Jl-21

207,326 123,406
293,322 206,648
10
258,274 183,026
245,436 201,651 1,832
277,105 225,056 1,948
251,656 180,563
73
234,741 160,593 1,417

28,967
2,305
2,576
3,004
2,732
2,249
2,148
1,619
329
1,359
2,615
4,555
3,476

.
.
.
.
.

2 08
.,364,966 6 68
227, 02 YF
295,170 -53
62
235,465 166,310
206,262 yg
218
y;;.~
362
12;416
657
66
m:317
6,800
93,153 11,738
170,599
36
9,776

?i%
1: 933
2,466
1,529
1,932
2,529
4,276
798

TUJXL . . . . .

7,293,354 ,-,622,s,.~640,767

166,1.34f;/l,O73.,642

February
March..
April .
May . .
June .
July .

.
.
.
.
.

August

. . . . .

Geptember
October .
November
December

J,=%

.. .
. ,
. .
. .
. .
. .
,
,
,
.

.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. '. '. -. '.

February
March......
April . .
Mar . . .
June . .
JLQ . .
August .

. . . .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

!,179,319 7,512
%g$$
159,022
292
279L989 223,514
433

-284,@! 186,4rq
254,585 175,578
225,899 153,833

;:
158
1,056
107

g$$
29; 824
44,954
40,105
18,642
5,944
41,052
8,103
12,623
67,320
:9,514
efj16,857
&L.ZQ

22,590
8,995
15,807
9,080
920
1,469
544
1,108

431
2,022
440
1,259
327
5,233
174
7,026
6,759
8,398
9,697
y%
$3;
,746
7,366
199
702
1,306
1,088
1,473
57
720
465
391
203
790
674
648
a01

433
249
582
1,042

2>
2,046

Total

17,152
17,152

North
Arnerican

2.068

2,068

289,14=, 412.6~2,
45,228 9%
6,902
25,101 ',I;;;
13,034
57,44e
2:!,4Z
53,141 8:967
18,711
53,07c, 8,438
12,069
17,066
8,228
29,569
102,298
6,028
27,334 4,805
45,263
16,057
4,372
10,742
3;:;
6,634
261508 5,397
10,990
%-%$
2:921

680
3,362
40,627
33,085
55,657
47,571
80,yol

159,425
72,156
168,113

620.84qII
28,810, Y-s?28,411 6:la5
23, au
6,749
17,811
284::
4,300
491162
9,377
92,320/ 29,398
34,934, 7,726
66,536 7,358
58,977 3,168
69,066 2,354
67,594 2,712

,800,22'i 8 2 80E!
124,561 i&ii&
190,290 56:475
135,177 98,429
131,856 79,007
132,110 72,066
113,610 83,920
163,069 86,474
174,151 75,248
185,588 43,785
152,591 52,049
155,379 71,093
138,843 74,148

4*
5,409
3,003
3,823
a!!
5:095
;%L
31262
4,763
2,724

08 14,451
573,706
199,259 -%a
1,926
154,698
1,243
125,468
1,924
67,886
1,650
8,907
85,838 1,246
2,736 111,517 1,288
81,415 3,842
6,918
7,834 160,823 1,338
,344,063 ,670,W

245,745

0
ef Inclucbe Central Africa Middle East through August l.945.
g Figure includes totals for Central Africa Middle East.

121

APPENDIX

G

PASSENGERSEMBARKED
BY THEATER OF DESTINATION (Continued)

YSCE

Central
Pacific

and Month

1941 . . - .
December , . . .
1942
January.
February
March . .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July ..,
August .
September
October .
November
December

* . .
. .
. .
.,.

*
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
'. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

-1943
January.
February
March . .
April , .
May.......
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
Deoember

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.'
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944
January.
February
March . .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
Au&vat .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

1945
Janux....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

. . . .

122

Pacific (Continued)
south
Southwest;A .siatic
Pacific
Pacific
I

15,084
m
lyfg
,

Y$g
-

11,168
10,927
19,436

;,g
'783
11,158
194 286

F$%;s
2,482
6iO81
6,081
7,402
7,402

145,494
34,182
20,133
32,374
23,100
7,982
5,582
- 6,653

3,671

6;741
6,741
9,410
9,410
12,279
12,591

4,327
1,516 7,700
13,643 9,630
6,425 15,981
10,849 7,386
23,696 16,786

Ygi
3:847
5,100
27,664
16,193
20,788
3;::
23:032
1:Gl
,

398,375 ;;,;g
27,105
a:891 13,641
7,505

341,566
38,523
18,971

25,439 9,310
13,953 12,982
. . . .
40,385 9,338
. . . .
52,545 5,378
. . . . ;/ 34,267
. . . .
14,754
. . . .
21,260
. . . .
26,438
. . . .
29,399

2x:
361332
24,431

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

264,561
24,855
28,170
27,984
35,377
35,776
47,7>4
34,618
30,027

-

-

X",~
20:059
21,889
25,788
31,730'
$Eg
28:588
26,465
29,481
46,714
53,746
39,964
129,354
3$73,673

13,851
4,138
1,54;
25
349
17

10

5
2,065

Other Passengers

r

Total
Troops

-

:.c .<j&’ 182
10,085 10,986
14,609 14,496
16,362 1,899
8,573 3,415
10,595 2,043
10,145 7,262
4,524 22,628
10,774 6,121
2,834 5,054

TOTAL . . . . . &W7,838
g/
h/
I/

TOTAL TROOPS AND CTHEZ PASSENGERSEMBARI(ED
BY TYPE OF PASSENGER

POW

27,798
W-3-9

1,021
1,021

1,020
1,020

912,088

22,948

20,266
1,116
1,400
3,062
344
2,817
1,180
2,472
2,349
1,843
1,564
954
1,165

60,007
45,280
63,950
86,658
77,052
51,112
66,879
116,088
84,747
95,929
76,219
88,167

623

544
986
550
2,317
1,499
3,348
1,111
;%

5:569

2,899,no ,
248,245
11,902
273,85EI
10,724
278,631
12,021
241,571
6,121
211,715,
174,095,
;G;
269,384
238~6~I
9:324
235,115,
5,284
268,85EI
5,638
14,104
234,56EI
225,02cI
10,295

1.06,036

9,784

121,568
8,732
;z;
9:788
11,584
30,091

17,023
14,348
2,692

2,561
10,859
6,745

1,281,8~I
278,8521 ?%i
225,562,
6:g64
4,629
199,66cI
11;466
up;;
I
7,853
115:98;
218
79,61sI

158,843

:?53,492 $02,663

-L
Central & South Pacific combined into Pacific Ocean Areas.
August 1945.
POWand other included In clvlllans
prior to May 1944.
Figure includes totals for South Pacific.

x:,

252,170

Allha

Iilitary

36,016
950
1,321
1,859
1,881
3,143
1,599
7,120

9 642
+ ,810 w
9%
21270
2,815
84:952
393
70,399
1,372
150,038 3,710
142,787 2,390
5,9z
132,640,
5,246
74
18,371
159,904 4,013
154,‘@ ,
1,654
3,860
17,064
159,755 5,180
229,787 6,581
10,371
17,280
152,483 i2,418
10,519
263,958 7,501

:'g;
2:102
8,729
2,991
104

iviliatx

212::
4:742

2,064
1,990

1/6,071

125
1,000

38,468
2,159
2,133
3,080
3,226
2,236
2,657
2,977
3,791

1,502
2,497
14

4,504
5,199
4,641
1,865

8:;
14,309
1,082
1,193
6
3
370
228%
t
2c,j80

12,587
3,559
1,178
1,365
1,021
1,524
1,443
1,185
1,239
.08,357

Figures include South Pacific

through

239

483

2,738
473
628
473
1,502
264
y%
56E
159
94
305
zi
9,784

APPENDIX G
TROOPS-

BY ARMSAND SDQICES

T-

Total
Troops d

YeSX
and Month

lJ4J . . . .
December . . . .
lg.&
January.
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

5l,u-2
66,879
116,088
84,747
95,929
76,219
88,167

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
~

150,038
142,787
132,640
159,904
154,489
159,755
229,787
152,483
263,958

1944 . . . .

January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

2 899 220
48,245

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
,

273,858
278,631
241,571
2n,'i'15
174,095
269,384

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1-945 . . . .
January.....
February . . . .
March......
April . . . . . .
May, . . .
June . ...::

238,160

235,115
268,858

234,568
225,020'
1 281 8 g

II

JULY . . . .

August
TOTAt.

. ...:
. . . .

Armored

Force

Field
h-t1llery

Infantry

Chemical 1Engineers
Warfare

88,132

36,675

20,146

26,931

71,890

1,017

s_/10,487..
12,053
22,062
9,603
16,913
17,014

5,136
9,830
5,394
4,454

1,040
7,229
181
4,074
768
7,124

2,342

4,754
16,176
15,083
3y;;

204
247

3

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

coast

ktlllery

1:

F-3
,

__
1943 . . . .

January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Air
corps

i

-%a%

225;562
199,660
134,803
88,519
115,981
79,619
158,843

6,9o2,663

;g9
y$$

61822
u, 458
42,469
21,655
29,600
24,837
21, a54
64,668
28,611
52,486
w 3,3 1
48,989
49,071
27,199
27,307
22,021
2 z
151820
23,806
42,178
27,676

817~
20,110
7,886
5,755
8,030
13,336
12,038
12,259
8,597
15,359
143,191
12,013
23,099
13,621
10,557
4,779
10,400

la, 002
n, 083

7,352
10,565
8,181
13,537

?$i
2,351
5,018
1,941
2,286
2,485
52
2,291
9,062
3,844
1,687
5,569
-Yg
171466
5,640
11,651
2,997
3,218
3,989
8,435
16,014
6,874

5,752
6,534

18,493

1,905

6
w
7:6g
4,070
1,661
1,973
6,388
2,473
3,950

952,974

322,47p

191,602

149,658
22,711
11,811
33,284
18,179
18,457
20,141
6,582

112
-F-,310

1,077
4,273
2,596
97;

1,284

3:324
78,688
1,199
2,287
1,537
8,139
2,445
2,";::
14: 380
7,648
9,810
3,248
13,3=
2 g 008
-hG
271495
16,646
19,416
11,063
12,810
34,669
23,430
24,451
17,368
14,736

22,225

y-g
61787
36,388
10,331
26,428
28,057
11,177
36,613
38,965
21,557
44,431
869.031
50,999
42,023
63,811
7&g,'
50:6&o
g$;
9o:318
93,725
E$,

3";
201
291
l%J
2;
46’7

4,440
145
726
1,713
3,051

1,542

2,016
Y-g
l:752
2,701
4,895
1,;;;
1,247
iit
1,543
1,006
1,356

r

13,600
21,541
3,916
12,764
6,983
6,320
205 Yu
-g%T
13,802
6,600
20,881
16,556
17,150
22,917
12,922
11,078
27,589
18,564
23,485
2F
3 ,856
20,615
35,826
17,596
20,670
16,019
14,567
19,l.m
15,085
46,411.
17,284
25,643

8,823
5,279
2,750
10,569
4,405
8,205

?$%i
87: 874
85,709
61,886
36,303
31,041
33,183
89,342

$z$
1:517
950
1,080
170

m
16'681
14: 397
12,372
5,824
16,296
8,418
8,350

437,066

779,658

43,472

655,502

2

g Data not avaiLable prior to this date.
d Troops only, does not include other passengers.

123

l

APPENDIX

G

TROOPS EMBARED BY ARIG AND SERVICES (COl?WKJED)

Medical
corps

Year
and Month

Ordnance

Quartermaster
corps

SigIlBl
corps

Transportation
corps

1,190

18,584

40,374

29,980

5,073

ii2

1,542
4,137
1,550

9,157

4,365
5,985
5,648

185

AW

Numb
corps

Miscellaneous

1941 *. * *
Dee&
. . . .
1942
January.....
February
March . .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1943

Janmy.
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
*August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .

1945

Janus.....
February
March .
April .
May.......
June .
July .
August

93,144

. . . ,
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
,
.
.

.
, al 3,564
.
y3;
.
61726
.
.
3,56
.
5, sd8

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944 - . . .
Janw?.....
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July ..,...
August .,
September
October .
Ffovember
December

29,499

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

,
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

Y+i&

11,054

8,200
6,281

9,330
13,371
13,165
12,616

9,970
20,783
@PiI
1 ,25
19,591

21,605
15,030
12,791
16,099
16,927
10,399

12,419

18,817
9,750
15,727

- * . . . . .
. . . . ,
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .

TOTAL.....
a/ Data not available

173
371
538

152
803
588
535
781
1,699
1,409

962

150 114
-3-k

i $2

10,005
11,715
11,508
6,191
10,002

4:6ap
9,624

; 3;;
8:573

11,310

w
1)ta4

%%i
191445
8,804

2,166
965
519
617

1,582
682
649
2,059
507

1,692

404
836
418

z
1,047
1,633

389,234

32,003
to this date.

6,186
2,614
8,357
5,402

96 092
4,050

;ttZ:
11:679

5:921
3,509
3,752

prior

6,128

3,957

1,364

1,112

6 338
-+F

:$:

1,270

8,658

13,704
8,717

3,981
5,427
7,311

9,044

8,512
8,226
6,045

40,531
9,557
12,599
2,940
3,729
3,327

5,858

;t;;
6:86o

6,978
:gi
.8:278

119 4 a
A
121434

14,868
10,505

11,883
10,371
7,605

18,410

6,674

9,047
13,843
7,761
;,g;

qg
2,631
7,404
7,975

14,232
4,766
13,876

182 445
13,587
7,253
6,079

10,921
18,135

21,007

27,935
17,912
10,626
15,434
9,456

24,100

181 504

15,659
19;117

28,408
14,149
12,776
17,347
12,739

12,079

6,572
3,028
3,491

16,554
9,988

24 217
2,611
4,211

3,135
5,174

267,001

405,563

267,493

6,928

5,872
14,980

19,633

11,798

2,735
2,698

2,946

12,733
6,172
4,065
3,381

2,614
4,571

10,459
15,562
16.,710
11,680
19,100

6:685
7,993
15,791
9,708
7,885
33,432
7,725
9,303
4,322
2,645
1,802
1,711
1,517
4,407

%%

4,014
11,490

%$$s
17,717

20,603

3:077
3,452
6,354

4,571
3,632

11,224

11,070

1,909

2%

14,588
15,443
11,704
21,552
23,171

13,881
10,896

353
477
479
1,670

7,060

12,170
10,538

3,050

,2,224
2,071
4,909
2,363
2,778
183,913

61455

7,888
7,986
562,846

_--

APPENDIX

G

PAEEE3iGm -BYPOR!POFLfMMREQIOM
c

Y@5X
and Month

C

a

1.941 . . . .
December . . . .
g
.
January.....
February .
March......
April . . .
May..
. ..
June . . .
July . . .
Auguet * .
September .
October . .
Movember .
December .

. . .
. . .
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.

1943 : . . *

January.....
February
March......
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944 .
January.....
February .
March......
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
DeGm6XW .

.
:.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

. . .
. . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,

Boston

Total

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

v3,

39

33%
471379
67,556
'-'87,988
80,419
54,609
70,850

121,785

87,701
100,587
80,321
94,901

26.741

a,l4i ,
378
703
1,471
988
1,490

9,148

a48
1,284
191
2,098

New York I klmpton
Roads

f,;;;
“3
%+g
;&
32;292
18,297
=,977
33,970

98,026
53,201
18,094
50,753
50,026

116,476
2,135 %gt
@3:543
1,560 . 47,667
73,630
1,089
39,257
108,752
155,629
xf:
148,320
76,593
5:660
139,485
)+p$
885
171,037
UP;279
9$59
;%J
171,146
76,910
241,110 33:014 127,722
64,120
166,965
8,792
273,449 48,237 124,169

w

%gi
%!iPg!z
254:585
225,899
207,326
293,122
258,274
245,436
277,105
251,656
234,741

TUING . . . . . ',293,354

1,135

.55,485

275
43:
3f
_ J
40,206
4

14,305
23h$
98:
20-l

756
17,035
G$;:
2212778

30,594
33,697
29,467
44,197

456 651 1 400 486
17,918 loB,g36 w
56,011 134,061 461638
24,4U 114,123 57,8@
33,484
52,169
;:J;zf
24,492
41,968
41,603
731082 11,495
120,963 41,73c
$2;
136,319
13,415
56;866 129,551 13,804
28,761 171,705
21,932
23,983 131,458
28,129
18,085
49,686 90,951

1945 . . . . ,,364,966
Wi$
295,170 $z+g
. . . .
117:193
$;;;
. . , . z?z
94,939
. . . .
147;746 19:,3n
. . . .
2,042
~l;~~
98,254
. . . .
118,317
278
2:739
. . . .
66
93,153
. . . .
104
;c2
170,599
>

January.....
February
March. .
April . .
my . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

1-,13:

62,016
25,228
9,191

15,567
8,759
45
1,443
430
1,353

7ko,70:i3 #,172,778 725,='(

xar1eet01

New

1 981
1,98i

6 172
6,172

%g
liO68

+%
7:338

7,661
395
8,619
Lu
2,052
68
377

LOS

0rlee.m Angeles

1.940
107

10

? 35;;
61228
183
3,;z;

ii
253
73
1,482

10

242
1,103
2.0;;

;05
193

319
29
169
::8'
z;:
61
447
25
67
95

7
41 06
---? 6
4,780
3,520
2,192
5,996
1,607
3,210
2,798
958
2,539
1,978

46 418
a

+$%+

q

11,425

13
114
22

4:360
2,039
2,625
2,238
2,205
4,519
2,183
1,326
3,601
1,513
2,834

5,44?
6;;
2
244
.
220
2,612
2,300

la..846
3,579
2,463
2,723
1,608
1,712
2,357
3,614
790

35,495

166,696

50
6;

San!4

Fl-8IlOlSOC

15 084
15.084

2 068
2,668

v 1 ,816
13,645

%e

;Ez
37$37
28,867
21,940
10,361
22,445
29,769
17,678
17,232

4,565
6,567
5,030
767
835
4,242
9,937

11,631

4,289
8,937
5,708
21,662

3&O
4,388
8,967
8,438

12.042

$-%
61185

6,1%
114
69
104

10,883

5eattleIj

6,749

23,315
45,068
40,1l'1
$?;g
>

33,794
21,433
23,243
33,487
34,594

2,704
4,300
4,726
11,388
7,718

31zz
21354
2,712

21; 14j
26,938

%gi
qzE
35: 239 23:365
26,683
30,014

188,270 1:,669,709

593,821

Is/ PortLand Oregon Xbarkations included with San Francisco from November 1943 through August 1944.
Since August Portland hae been included with Seattle.

125

APPEND1.X

G

PASSENGERS
DEBARKED
BY THFATEROF ORIGIN
l

I
Year
and Month

Total

December . . . .

f

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

116.202
11,959
3,075
12,070
4,673

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
November
.
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

490,322
21,235
12,160

La

January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .

January.....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
January.....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

126

North
4merioan

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Central
Africa
Middle
East

Medlterranean

North
Lmerloan

kopean

8,182
8,237
9,436
12,107

12,047
8,051
15,323

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

26o,3go\

14,184
36,248
58,915

40,812 a./ g;;;
54,180
6(6aJ+
72,806
52,080
67,432

32,137
39,.a33
40,380

17,463
23,615
25,656

%f%
?M
361384 16,990
26,500
;;,;g
18,542

491715
70,051
82,726
81,499

146,246
113,174
88,504
94,816

29,180
43,739
53,220

51,824
109,021

75,267
58,779
50,523

45,985

1,24:
1,791

11,x32
2,464

5'
2,511 :Jgz
74: 5:032
2,14
4,316
79 13,418
*
'a
1,20

29
1,26

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

68,480
6,323
3,082
6,423
5,806

23

8:;
6;074
6,033
4,614

t2
1,9e

6,703
2,928

E

;x::
50:170
103:219 2,g-J 21 ' 4,::
127,285
168,826 129:511
276,133 ;3zm;
3:47
324,763
E;,
416,569 3711670

;$i

2,294

153,30!

9,29

'..566,467 L W6
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Latin
imerican

11,042

TOTAL . . . . .
a/
e/
m/
n/
o/

Total

4a
4,467

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1942
January .
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Pacific

Atlantic

14,0at )
28,021L
39,945j
40,67(1
8,50:I
I
%Z, j

2,097
34
95
40

a

1 541
-55

214,261

7,22:5
9,47t;
14,94!2
7,05(5
12,377
22,0x

7,01;t
6
26,631
50,991
20,68';
23,131
12,71':

2,428

5
3
c
12,45(
22,821t

3,056
5,124
-

23,46

23,83;i
28,26:
al,89 t

~J581,801
6

Data not avail
le prior to this date.
Includes Latin American Theater through August 1945.
Figure includes totals for Latin American theater.
Includes Central Africa Middle Fast through August 1945.
Figure includes totals for Central Africa Middle East.

A

la

7,632
13,454
15,927
2,948

408
85
,181

306
53
209

6,675
8,425
'11,122
15,352
14,674

3,329

14,724

5,730
12,063
39;0a2
18,848

18,542
20,535
26,3x
29,506
29,675
37,225

32,891

:F2
44:29;

5,299

L,o~~&;

7

39,561

16,21a

10

133
38
83

87,l~c

391782,
47,831:

73,612
102,262
212,242

r,348,691

3;;
6Z673
'8'::
6:-W
9
P-,30;
7,613
12,260
11,221

8,574
6,785
7,566
76):E
7:457
's,Yg
,

284,461

31,401 9
21,285

38,672
27,79-i
39,315
36,575

6:003
4,078
2,741
1,502
1,807
1,285
3,685

700,8a' 166,046

APPENDIX

G

PASSENGERSDEEMRKED
BY THEATEROF ORIGIN (Continued)
I 'acific

T

YWLIand Month

Central
Pacific

TOTALTROOPSANDCTHEXPASSENGERSDEBARKED
BYTYPE OF PASSENGER

T

(Continued)

south
Pacific

;outhwesi
Pacific

Asiatic

Other P( sengers

Total
Troops

POW

:iVili8.I-U

1941 * - * *

DeceG

. . . .

1942
January .
February
March . .
*p-i1 . .
May c * .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944
Jsnuary .
Februexy
March......
April . ,
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . ,
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

2,410
2,410

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . . . .

Januar.v.
Februa&
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

“;J;;
'461
2,908
1,346
2,993
3,515
2,121
3,692
3,627
2,879
4,537
10,960
16,246 19,773

1,633 1,167
2,510 1,425
143 4,432
4,338 2,950
?,38h 3,919
1,63( 3,188
3,6Ot 2,692
165 27:
25:
3,034
2,27( 6,262
2,28: 4,977
1,471 2,953
64: 7,172
7,51t 9,032
3,665 15,168
4,361 13,847
Bl;g,;;;

, .
. . . .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . . ,
g/ Central Pacific
through August
g Figure includes
p/ Other includee

10,274

546
l&50
1,848
1,139
2,304
2,095
1,192
gf
31305
2,897
2,543
2,978
2,351
2,329

1,336

2
252
179
469
434

232,602
13,925
9,191
11,364
22,048
18,053
16,842
16,532
20,410
27,884
21,240
25,010
30,103

w
10,035
11,53t
6,823
10,65c
14,207

16,785
29;

$$,

149 084
*
4,785
20,086
15,817
25,834
16,364
26,700
25,858

1/291,344

215,377

28,=7

2,972
2,416
1,329
4,197
31065
193

1

gz:
316

3,990
9
1,397

4;:
6;;
309
191
511
23,557
1,725
gz
1,295
4,237
1,679
1,202

1,779
1,747
1,820
3;400
3,154

:%i

'6
330
714

172,577
522
477
159
7,380
27,234
17,107
xh2
33:580
4,055
3,910
1,402

y$

752'
1,952
;;z
2,180
876

12,022

188

1,601

'3
=,I-27
21,236

59,259

83,748

5;210

7,069

61683
885
1,661
9,583
29,089
19,1l4
59,987
38,717
22,425
1,813

1
1

21,621 -2tLuy$
2,134
963 1,463
3,220
4,968
1,319
1,965
1,810
1,933
2,077
2,522
1,126
3,161
716 1,495
2,507
226::
2,212
1;804
1,189
2,348
790
21,424

3
1:355
3,651
7,292
4,045
3,098
1,440
3,405
4,119
5,926
3,896
33,822
2,252
1,991
3,140
1,759
2,591
4,653
3,753
3,914
2,758
:%:
11872

4,410
673
324
1,874
2,099
1,139
3,043
2,731
816
903
1,587
1,825

21,512
1,058
1,186
1,584
2,018
3,603
3,343
2,067
1,765
3,362
1,209
31;

20,890
2,179
1,334

?,897
105
410

2%

3,004
3,774
3,824
2,047
3,286

7iz
1,398
82
4

!,245,833 167,995 450,223

118,905

75,836

E
87,787
128,307
264,888
317,458
409,541

and South Pacific combined into Pacific Ocean Areas.
1945.
totals for South Pacific.
Allied Military
and Internees through October 1944.

.

m$

9,996
501
572

10:45:
13,515

1945 . . . .

January...
February
March......
April . .
May. *.
June . .
July . .
August .

Other gj

4,910
6,799
7,l24
4,533
3,028

51272
31,502
28,548
215

1,442

1Ok

Figures include South Pat Pit

127

I

APPENDIX

G

PAsrnNGERsDEWRED BY PORTOF WON

Y*SX
and Month

Decek%

-.

1942

Januezy.....
February
March......
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

p+J

Januars.
Febru&y
March . .
April . .
May. . .
JLUI~ . .
July . .
August .
Septknber
October .
November
December

.

l.

.

Total

l.

.

Boston

'ew Yor&-, Iempton
ioads xJ

5,853

.

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
..
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
..
.
.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

a....

January.
February
March . .
April . .
May. * .
June ..,...
July .,
Au@& .
ToTAL.....

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

:.
.
.
.
.

12;070
4,673
ll,Ok
8,182
l2:107
;$a
12,047
8,051
15,323

1,345
42
236
3,837
5,6::
314
2,75e

6,082
377
5,266
1,979
5,444
:z:
_ '172
2,207
3,147
170 104
*
1,229
821
17,820
18,485
10,899
22,306
38,707
24,133
6,493
10,347
12,283

&7!J-

'1

76;
235

377
1,407
1,123
8075
-5 39
877
284
725
4,715

253
221
1,312
2

4,786

10,793
20,033
18,030
6,711
6,676
6,729

17
1,228
65

31 412
wzz!
1,234
$695
11,946
1,79:
5,936
1,259
10,222
2,737
1,408
19,932
2,613
f,zg
19,959
23,716
4:352
15,342
4,510
13,689
4,430
2,388
5,424

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

=%

.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .

208,295

p;z;
1814s
18,352
;; g
73:198

4 0
=z3,13
7,058
5,329
7,686
6,565
5,913
5,891
4,131

:,o58,7gzi 420,850 ,160,051 484,962 78,910

&/ Includes Philadelphia.
r/ Includes Baltimare.
%g/ Includee Prinoe Rupert and Portland

128

NW?
3rlesns

Los
4IIgeles

1 084
ipi-

*,

1944 . . .,.

Januarr.....
Febr&y
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
Auguet .
September
October .
November
December

hsx1eeto

17 238
1,376
2,201
1,449
1,588
3,464
2,138
830
159
104
2,895
437
597
30 790
2,855
1,307
210
:t;i
41467
1,903
1,759
1,136
2,039
1,291
2,462

San
hnclscc

Seattle 8,

i
++$

,

-

i

24 86:
-G
1:
2,762
2,195
1,574
3,302
1,295
l,l&
2,681
2,225
3,034
3,9oc
I

10,762

i

I
I
i

1
1
)

285
9
22
29
3

)

,

1
)

104 4gc
8,514
5,57;
9,066
10,633
12,742
9,61c
3,88E
7,766
)

,

11
9
253

;

,

546
1,992

305
1,843

41 778 33 271
-i%E
4,507
41270
2,153
4,305
794
802
3,135
2,623
774
4,879
3,468
5,z
4,629 4,755
1,760
:g
4,254

yJ
2:588
2,555
;,g$

I
I

Fig

7;;
427
513
727
346'
428
860
1,911
756
370
3,572

,

11,661
8,654

7,076
9,317
,

3:326
3,465
7;711
Ei!!
6:798

,
,

yig
7,613
I-2.275
11;22l

,
,

$8;
g;814
8,627
8,956
9,730
10,399
9,637

3,688

27,232
24,345
15,669
31,367

2 148
%--,052
21941 1,954
2,523
3,053
2,050
i%
2,174
11429
1,226
2,872
3,033
3,290
5,986

188 66
T%
121311
29,124
17,078
30,672
28,736
28,997
24,099

0 0
-w7, 73

503,805

226,494

;:,‘;;
,

4,361

9-g

110,844

72,876

2;g
6'151
2:6x?
2,387
5.244
1j;m

APPENDIX

G

CARGOSHrPpED FROMU. S. BY SERVICZ

Year

Total

and Month

(M/T)

1941

. . . .

December . . . .

l

.

.

.

,
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . ..I
January.....
Februa?y
March. .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1944 . . . .
January.....
February
March . .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .
. . , .

Ordnance

(M/T)

(M/T)

(M/T)

(M/T)

(M/T)

a4,638

+,237

13,906

284^,023

222,249

1,513

84,638

2,237

13,906

9,799,5(x

52,636

2,525,795

137,064

1,552,37o

125,636
136,898
182,015
187,483
239,184
202,094
249,321
284,472
=9,991

6,737
5,004
4,765

25,704
49,923
g,;g

479,075
630,335
882,689
810,651
938,620
815,146
l,o95,2&
1,559,780
1,m,999
1,147,731

.

Medical

1,513

January. . . . .
February . . . .
.

Engineer

222,249

11.8=,4,995

April . .
May...
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Chemical
W&are

284,023

1942 . . . .

March

Total ASF

1,286+301

1,110,384

411,201
548,208
733,462
703,695
'Q;,",;;;
4944
1,317,927
$?f;C
110361744
937,097

1,048

1,230
1,215
3,894
5,092
-

i;':::
5:015
3,503
5,069
6,063
6,027

240,646

313,888

4,542,4o3

259,407

7,@0,785

270,155
259,188
254,059
443,828
403,408
449,363

377,610
;:;J:L,"
631:207
569,685
735,271
767,818
950,108
763,009
742,203

20,991,149

1,512,086

2&2,571
2,667,335
2,832,686
2,98o,554
2,722,lo3

1,2o1,398
1,194,678
1,216,524
1,765,527
1,651,928
l&367,225
2,O47,654
2,172,539
1,92o,853
1,995,596
2,053,796
1,903,431

=T
501116
45,355

414,827
460,901
400,542

17,866
14,035
15,301
20,764
20,494
13,986
24,130
36,734
21,863
17,914
29,311
27,009

48,512,945

34,355,429

519,452

6,531,115

440,012

12,494,933

31108,956

2,w7,351
2,229,263
2,551,599
e,go6,522
3,115,673
2,872,780
yv;J;~;

46,999
38,697
40,267

419,633
420,584
512,222
540,982
593,338
529,192

29,129

629,502

1,507,016
1,598,W
2,325,87o
;J~;J;;;
2:74&O

i: J:t2:$
p$707

:';;i
11:390
20,729
18,654
25,446
20,957
32,452

80,148

1945 . . _ .

37,655,686

25.726,256

181,527

4,850,722

3,541,695
3,605,420
4,123,2dc

42,838
27,726
32,936
18,721

January.....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

;:p&
4:674;786

4,865,994

219221455
2,869,w
2,55o,122
3,623,431

x;;
39:578
28,085
34,507

20,762
34,688
33,107

. . . . .

5,926,764
5,149,542
4,859,892
4@9,971
4,365,824
21933,977

3,139,271
x,061,969
2,780,216
2,012,876

t;'::;
18&6
3,200

TOTAT. , , . .

126,787,875

91,094,564

1,069,016

July

Auguet

I -

. . . . . .

201,180
246,875

z:;
144:202
79,606
250,877
368,172
295,973

28,500,226

4;010;805
4,447,739
; J:J; J$

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

65:011

12,153
11,031
19,795
12,917
13,041
18,036
12,931

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

10,788
9,866

3,461,605

;Ey;::
370:228

zz21':;
5&47
577,983
504,085
609,780
4,616,~~
513,890
500,325
629,765
:gz
;:::y;
412:157
18,300,053

$Z;,"f

32;
44:287

37,109
33,298
22,175
51,074
41,269
36,501
28,139
39,562

1;001]207
1,o16,545
957,791
1,437,2lo

262,106

8,246,562

33,949
34,202

1,472,821
1,628,760
1,489,527
1,244,157
605,803
612,362

2; $1";
34:936
30,310

20,418

17,066
1,100,826

30,148,556

.

.F7
I

l

APPENDIX

CARGO SHIPPED

FROM u.

s.

G

BY SWVICE

(coIltFnuea>
-

Qaartermaster
(Y/T)

YW
and Month

Signal
(M/T)

Air

Transportation
(M/T)

(M/T)

1941 ..*.

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
~~
::::::
August . .
Septcrmber .
October * .
November .
December . .

g&J

Jam>....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
&&
January.....
February
March......
April . .
Mtiy . . .
June . .
July . .
Auguet .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

u49.574
249,047
352,062
486,010
425,243
4u, 138
387,054
503,585
g;;;g
418:019
371,203
361,428

lhgludee Civilian

22,988
26,395
20,092

Sufpl.ies,

4.147,644
137,442
113,664
158,947
300,208
356,229
301,275
416,279
4~8,851
426,160

?+g
51940
50,192

18,481
63,573
73,895
94,511

22:;:
1o5:703

:","%z
5301530

108,205

135,403
l.qog.o61

124,060

8161652
859,629
l,o67,252
1,015,026
1,173,737
1,302,974
1,135,2oo
l,o8l,357
890,245

34,763,727

tf

26,098

12.080.088
gp;;

1,296,6a

1.163.639
47,048
48,936
66,911
47,421
100,313
96,985
IX.,246
109,189
97,724
168,409
171,955
97,502

2g:
6:99o
9,840
ll,lll
20,526
25,379

~$~:
611:785
682,734
593,082

TOIYU . . . .

April..
. . . .
May . . . . . . .

182.062
3,029

%#i?
3911510
334,367
575,801
523,687
g,J,";

itgf
::::::
Au@iBt . . . . .

. . . .

(M/T)

g

(M/T)

3%
,

10.599.114
1,=6,=5
~-87,508
1,6o3,866
1,324,286
1,639,82o
1,412,123
1,239,=0
976,306

g&L

Janutwy.....
Febnurry . . . .
Mwch......

MiecelbUl~OUB

December . . . .

1942 . . . .
January.....
February . . . .
March......

Navs

75,499
6%637
77,840
91,724

177,550
110,179
132,a12
129,577
115,569
121,927
90,366
67,926
66,294
57,334
115,447

39:677

1.091.945
157,264
146,120
180,283
164,593
218,066
'gg
x(722

2,466,836

3,245,57o

m
801779
139,121
126,694
89,150
;;,gJ

2,981
2,777
8,372
12,847
5,628
2:;;
131822
10,710
25,125
32,807

58,156
25,031
54,928
45,710
48,172
31,296
40,99?
30,515
59,186
27,379

g.o67.968
660,487
575,373
851,977

19,5l4,791
--

Comanding General Lend-Lease, Nail,

Troop Bop*y,

;a;
85:329
37,451
91,569
~6,329
69,617
57,438
52,477
42,978
2.870.279
127,852
174,290
165,212
235,104
237.688
25o;523
233,555
=9,885
279,323

2991404
315,ou
341,408
$$x-;80
3491882
357,834
512,331

gz$
584:299

&~~16
242:7'75

30:210

4.446.134
3$JJ;;;

22;;:
778:537
%o, u6
866,890
815,336

5.o94.6u
624,893
627,m
1,oo9,547
982,569
626,257

%$i$

592,148
421,151

e
52,983
32,210
74,ua
;g'Eg
68:082
2;2J

1,766,368
etc.

14,412,132

APPENDIX

G

CARGOSHIPPEDFROMU. S. BY TBEATEROF DESTINATION
lYear and
Month

g?&

l

Total
M/T

*a-

December . . . .

g&

January.
. February
March..
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

xa

Januer~.
Feb&y
March . .
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1944
+ma.ry .
Februwy
March . .
April . .
May.
. .
June . .
July . .
Auguet .
September
Octob6r .
November
December

E!!a

January.
Febru&y

32i.
. .*
May..
.
June . .

July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

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.
.
.
.
.
.
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.

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.

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.

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TOTAI.....

Atlantic
Total
M/T

$i&%g
f
n.834.992
2gJ;::
882;68g

810,651

938,620

815,146
1,095,284
1,559,780
1,078,999
1,147,731
1,286,301
l,UO,3e4

2,325,870
2,300,773
2,464,733
2,745,660
2;%2,571
2,667,335
2,832,6%
2,9fQ,554
2,722,103
48,5l2.94c,
yp;
3:740;619
4,040,075
p;,g;
4:447:739
4,775,303
4,143,247
4,284,933
3,815,893
4,674,786
~655.686
4,850,722
;Jz6J;g
5:149:542
$859,892
4,669,gn
4,365,824
2,966,97-7

North
American
M/T
I
;

p!2$
J ‘

6.ll7.g0^

187,782
203,751
258,302
344,672
376,124
389,571
605,387
1,019,34cI
685,713
608,064
825,561
613,634

179995,497
;:Es ,
g&31;
668
1,610,580
1,523,721
1,644,235
1,786,195
l,a43,616
1,738,814
1,731,177
1,707,570
1,576&E

2,939,551
2,590,274
2,929,w
;,gyy
2:714;57;I
2,303,473
3,139,072
21.411.158 ! 1, /

3,245,349

3,230,158
;,;;;3;;
2;501;005

2,054,343
1,846,298
3.,265,639

Latin
American
M/T

%%i

1

13,3652
26:446;
28,875P
52,aa 1
,'10,24:)
65,89fI
67,152
81,496,
77,08e,
24,17E,
27,236

Mediterranean
M/T

1.443.77
1.019.eo7
106~10:
88,147 I, /
1179,593
126,201 1,s
15
ll
150,221 .l,
115,543
ll2,290
98,792
176,602
82,096
239,%5i
128,970
428,033
79,209
351,892

%%
421359
56,658
40,860
41,540
37,.'+66
44,478
29,703
18,743
:;'361z
191554

+%E%
653:300
643,541
1,263;565
1,063,742
897,590
815,363
894,004
663,323
582,625

2.848
2,848
72z.659
2 ,595
45,360
$)g
531385
45,354
88,693
80,591.
115,407
38,193
108,620
57,504
825,426
1;;,;;;
1201417
95,371
83,073
60,473
68,176
62,429
z2
14i869
9,351
24,491
28,064
25,619
13,442
33,777
24,769
36,714
37,330
40,646
40,850

E;; ,'g
9&85

Euro een
MT
P

FEE
561874
28,909
E!x;iz
188;42$
338,506
772;805
312,208
170,832
135,760
97,793
6 2 10
*

92:948
115,856
134,950
257;067
565,483
788,440
733,138
gu,226
1,025,122
853,356
915,890
20.616.~%
982,738
1,174,864
1,385,341
1,638,OOO
2,009,427
1,817,842
L,914,559
2,362,535
1,7@,990
1,443,047
~~660,265
3 khl 677
L,7,,,,,
159741,057
2,5=,323

%f%z
60;103
g, f;;
731146
~J;~~
651396

702,846
657,861
718,819
@;z,"
5@+37

!6,787,875 77,564,104Is,

'l/ Includee Iatio
.er througk
v Includee totals for Latin American Theater.
ii/ Includes Central.Africa
Miadle EaEastthrough August 1945.
G/Figwre Includes totals for Central Africa Middle East.
g/ Prior to October 1942--To Spain end Portugal.

I-&

w J

1,050,775
123,551
132,493
86,034
19,010
97,684
109,486
10,353
91,421
w,26
46,+8f:
67,732
79,032
75,013
85,265
3yg
Y&g;
15:564,
491192
73:
yg
i
33686
5,232
4,972
2,&3
17,760I
29,356
30,456,
56,169/
56,539
24,782
7,582

Central
Africa
fiaale East
M/T

27,7’03,582
-

-

2,6'+1,452

45,300,680

APPENDIX

G

CARGOSHIPPEDFROMU. S. BY TEUXATER
OF DESTINATION (CONTINUED)

Pacific
Year and M3nth

Total
M/T

g&l . . . . .
December . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
October . .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1942
January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August ,

&YJ3
January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1944
January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1945

January
February
March .
April .
May . .
June .
July
.
August

.
.
.
*
.
.
.

es,
5,717,oY2
2 2yT
421?584
624:386

489,897

540,440

496,750

Central
Pacific
M/T

North
American
M/T

8

1,742,367
72,528
62,447

74,819
69,406

lOY,3OR
166,403
203,567
238,131

164,128
231,689
140,965
208,976

3,118,381
175,422
226,209
232,272
310,053
292,622
351,025
411,134
322,667
273,148
240,582
170,351
112,896

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

0

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

37:795

.

.

.

.

.

49,945

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

715,290
777,052
820,498
1,101,509
1272,984

1,145,285

TOTAL . . . i . .

2,615,628
2,519,526
1,7o1,338
:/ 49,223,771

gl;i;

802,577
14,277
309
22,449
71,007
91,125
63,931
49,450
81,778
67,841
123,996
118,486
97,928

1,385,297
114,705
211,617
299,796
144,316
147,352
69,363
92,969
63,930
33,602
65,201
57,917
84,529

230,288
440

1,504 413

1,620,935
135,525
96,281
120,695
101,501
88,828
101,258
107,719
144,841
182,034
120,408
255,706
166,139

2,807,046

1,453,954

--dm-

l2y,o42
86.284
133;080
114,362
77,187
56,238
66,467
73;7w
246,414
180,856
235,020
192,121
227,049
246,437

:2 z:

51

4271042
497,024
493,118
425,408
482,209
513,299

121,091

87,629
144,487
118,822
171,514
206,388
250,091
303,665
255,417
313,404
418,848
415,690
6,6ol,gj3
397,077

209,613
165,616
165,723
185,776
159,033
231,542
219,648

g,::;
487;821
455,926
608,848
523,904
615,798
495,066
;;;Jz?~
7161447

6,340,752
571,569
719,726

Y$Eg
491:567
618,808
684,462
l,o32,713
1,367,586

ZG
1,042;056

451928
45,826
29,355
6,888,398

B/ Central Pacific and South Pacific combined into
through August 1945.
II/ Figure includes totals for South Pacific.

132

1,556,563
89,342
152,211
207,750
149,697
177,816
103,879
126,659
120,484
100,314
98,871
131,236
98,304

2 z

%%

Asiatic
MIT

37 187
77,187

77 756

1841738

2011730
160,403
164,045
143,561
113,435
66,031
81,421
55,188

Southwest
Pacific
MIT

77,756

%@
1,248,448
1,406,244
1,42o,531
1,518,547
I/ l&28,158
1,255,o15
1,57o,354
1,512,420
1,535,714

South
Pacific
M/T

z2;;:
J ,
d17,611,354
Pacific

Ocean Area.

18,356,214
Figures

include

19,572
31,553
36,895
21,999

17,252
36,117
27,401
19,910

12,136
7,013
ZJ%

331433
51,834

109,726

84,640
134,283
161,315
144,203
180,701
247,223
215,540
?,622,384
241,198
175,944
300,967

168,008
277,990
155,125
183,908
171,775
153,396
329,921
213,372
250,780
2,061,179
328,451
386,748
291,884
212,800
238,755'
265,701
252,285
84,555
;,367,&5
South Pacific

I

:

3.

APPEBDIX

G

CARGOSHIPPEDFROMiINTl?EDSTATESBY PORTOF EMRARKATION

Year
and Month

&

* * * *,*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
Mwch . .
April . .
my..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
FIarch..
1prll , .
.eLy . . .
June . .
July . .
A-t
.
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.

.
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.

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.
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.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.

s a,.....
January......
February .
Maxch.......
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

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.

d
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL . . : . . .

,

e

Boston I/

New York

Philadelphia

Baltimore

MIT

M/T

M/T

M/T

M/T

9&

160

859
10,791
26,834

;:;i;;~

p;

m
1:598:839
2,325,870
2,300,773
2#4,733
21745,660
2;842,571
2,667,335
2,832,686
2,980,554
2,722,103

5'7:624
94,134
137,117112?339
39,959
46,120

120,796
122,322
225,212
168,235
219,607
401,989
720,212
272,285
312,574

959,753
957,591
933,387
1,110,930

3$?$$2
y6p;
, f
y;;;9+;
4:66&m
pp;
J J

126,787,875

2,678

1,174
8,838
7,512
2,045
480
24,924

81;

1,046

20,

‘6;078
47,845
2,627
31,084
42,431
58,528
112,294
110,758
60,796

1~:J67;E
16L3%
101,412
2 811 494

2,772,146

y%p;
f ,

~~:J;;~
2341131
451,028

922,662
1,481,150

1;275;2'f3

175,105
134,354
135,248

169,239

119,-304
207,433
228,916
pm&

174,271

250,412
276;495

216:921
222,543
285,332

1,389,397

2,883,526
552,093
465,724
493;373
411,470
421,go8
301,563
172,561

64,834

x7,799,%6

28,609
590
98,311

140,337

76,733

207,715
201,463
209,725
298,477
339,829
408,244
380,030
501,234

9,397,947

,

5,086
1,231

121,769

3,953,680
4,040,075
49345,795
4;010;8o5
4,447,739
4,775,303
4,143,247

31,290

1 028 166

1 959 969
56,291

55;707
62,674
t-n,761
168,661
193,668
183,667
222,456
210,618
263,665
194,973
175,828

-’

4,541

600,612

882:689
810,6$.
1,095:284
1,559,780
1,078,999
1,147,731
1,286,301
1,110,384

45
-b
3

&

Sk%+
J

December . . . . .
1942
January.
February
I&rch..
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Total

183,626

380,512
312,670

313,077
183,123

221,517

5,893,199

6,504,029

v/ Includes Searspoi
l

,
;.

.

‘. .,

APPENDlX’
CARGOSElIPPlDFpoM-

Hampton
RodB

Y&W
and Month

Et!9

LTIXEESBYPORTOF -ION

Charleston

% J

337.900

...... ****
J-g
February .....
l

March .......
April .......
May ........
June. .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October ......
November .....
December .....

-908
4,300
s
1,019
14,462

70,511
70,314
109,707
51,208
15,471

g&.
....
January ......
February .....
March. ......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October. .....
November .....
December .....

Tg-%
204,671
191,201

268,864
167,317'
24C',o75
218,795
324,525
210,769
337,214
390,401
385,817

1944 .....
Jarwry ......
February .....
March .......
April .......
May ........
J&e .......
July ........
August ......
September ....
Ootober ......
November .....
Deoaiber .....

5B
: .j;;,;;;
418:563

.

Bg%i
567:805
566,994
513,017.
455,561
;9$,3g
%!!kE
p&&

..........

February .....
Maxoh .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .....
August ......
TOTAL .......

x/

95,5 3

%-$
2:815
34,876
12,116
44,699
50,303

LO8
Angeles

SCXl
Franoleoo k

Seattle

y-p;
.:

379:715
zgJfgi
,
12,521,868x

w

CA:341
.x3,926
124,757
135,275
2ig
48:085
124,667
8,r(9

12,156

44,742
10,991

4’+,483

29,822

6%%
24:313
34,706

$3&J

75:611
62,906

=iE%
73,881
ii; J;L4:
103&3
105,300
117,129
81, 7
107,8 2
109,132

200216
TFs
72,251
83,407
%g
174:144
168,925
185,448
164,676'
w&Tg
344:w+
w

138,769
1yQ.J
95436

26,375
171,08cJ
3,215,981

1,7g1.916

@+-ii2
2&21
21$x4

43,211
70,875
48,246
54,595
63,560
35,193
41,898

9i$%
63,914
43,668
AJAX
911455
144,181
179,571
146,038
197,047
213,205
158,872
w2
148:5@5
271,897
285,759
339,862
229,917
273,071
p&g
405:373
234,222
293,469

378,640
219,045
263,211
266,718
218,739
324,991
304,624
. 283,281

3%
164:128
223,742
156,003
214,217

235,729
241,774
238,530
3g,;W$

3 %5

&Q8
306,119
263,874
246,262 ,
176,370
137,599 .~

m&
4871383
627:974
663,222
623,908
Y%%
628:610

662,182
2gJg
587;101
448,114
6%zg

k&91
7,240,687

8,644,847

23,6%&5

If/ Figure6 for Portland included In San Freacisoo through August 1944, thereafter
Seattle.
w/Includes
all Gulf CoastPorte.
~/IncludeePrlnoeRup6rt.

77,939
102,343
.:.116,516
85,205
* lc2,306
137,432

w.
3151085
337,967
413,040

q9-E
.388:763
402,086
372,125
452,605
511,966
6p;
J

185:233
300,425
390,641
583,766
;g,gg

,x/

50.314
50,314

3gJ

2;&
8:556

::
.

New

Orlean

(CONTlXUEO)

4

---‘*

December .....

,-$

G.

~ggz
@33&T
1,@9,136
1,031,435
832N5
769,258

z

259;825
29+&v
233,036
363,295
369,854

%@3
‘pg
483 :591
487,307
z.t$gJ

r(2,891
il,884,706

they exe Included in

I

APPENDIX

G

HIGHEXPMSIVESEXPORT LOADINGS

Year

l&l

Total
S/T

end Month

8 20
8-,720

............

December.............
l&2
January ............
February.. ..............
March..
April .............
............
May..
June ..............
July ..............
August .............
September ...........
October ............
November............
December............

87,280
143,120
102,640
115,240
2 207 120
+i+Zl
121'600
148;ooo
119,750
185,480
179,880
256,320
240,760
207,000
183,040
193,320
224,240

-1944 -**-**.***'
January ............
February ............
March .............
April .............
May ..............
June ..............
July ..............
August .............
September ...........
October .............
November............
December............

5 344 200
236,520
302,400
323,160
356,720
383,360

TOTAL ............

ST

5,520
5,520
?ef%
19:750

.
..::

__
1943 ...........
January ............
Februexy ............
March .............
April .............
May ...............
June ..............
July ..............
August .............
September ...........
October ............
November............
December............

1945 ...........
January ............
February ............
March .............
April .............
May ..............
June ..............
July ..............
.Au@st .............

7

g?E
5401045
494,370
519,525

=$g
5851918
631,842
275,=4
_1?5,445
16,594
37,840
11,466,346

Lend-Lease
S/T

3,200
3,200
30;ooo
26,520
29,800
19,000
22,160

34,520
31,400
25;040
20,720
86,g6o
68,960
46,640
91,840
66,160
59,400

g;%
40;640
51,280
36,480
55,840

101;200
83,480
134,480
151,040
198,200
173,160
138,480
130,960
126,280
162,760

634 200
-&m
40;120
46,800
36,280
51,000
28,840
58,120
67,500
68,520
52,080
57,040
51,480

%$g
254;640
289,760
324,320
414,120
432,680

2 629 543
546,795
433,354
512,689
571,728
236,371
145,641
145~3~40
37,625
9,488,628

g;::p
38:743
-9,w
15,254
215
1,977,718

135

.

APPENDIX

G

AAF PLANESDISPATCHEDOVERSEAS

T

Yeas ana

Total

Month

By Sea

Total

Light
Bambers

Transport
Fighters

Gliaers

ma

Miscellaneous

&....*

December . . . . .
Jmm+""'

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
I
(
.
(
. . . . ,

February
Maroh .
April
.
May . .
June......
duly . .
August......
September
October .
November .
December .

a.....
January .
February.....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June.......
July.......
August......
September
October .
November .
December .
e.....
January .
February.....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June.......
July.......
Au@ist......
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

221
201
318

523
625
676
503
:;i

zQ.a&
922

1,261
2,047

1,972
1,942
zz:

1:653
2,043
2,052
2,409
41,248

. . . .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.

TOTAL . . . . .

136

11.425

3,380
4,327
3,302
2973
3,572

2,462
2,448

1,143

9;
220
24

418
698

-joa
1,012

1,143
1,126
909
1,195
1,161
1,298
23,004
2,002

508

642

a?
115
65

189

2,106

2spI;
+a4

i;:
33

1,811

2,245
1,465
1,449

85,147

47,851

28
1
89
19

29
5
28
-;

1,664

3
10
26
15
3,228

q

E
f;

9

21

;794"

t;

130

2

260
386
285
130

360
464
511
234
453
524

113
26

404

1,072

20
21

3
822
21

10
--Y
1,57
1,675
2,599
2,138
1,032
874
548
139

1,848
1,571

4

20

614

10

2:

24

E

L6?i
13
54

213

7

288
140

2,268
1,819

a.....

January . . ..a
February.....
March -. .....
April
......
May .......
June .......
July .......
August ......

2
-269
407

1,631

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

.
.
.
.

267
52
107

3%

625
741
a03

ii
$2
488

58
102
144

22
259
369

69
112
152

221

247

118

13.774
1,512
1,198
1,509

4.264
230
56
227
252

4.286

1,216
1,194
1,190
a44
1,227

g

$5
240

167

294

:z
449
311

2;
213
320

1,042
1,222

iti
6 6

l,oo
-9

1,170
1,504
1,156
763

1,256
227
E
459

422

252
96
29,146

8,748

145
312
343
648

*
zk
2:
450
290
43

4293

I-

.APPENDIX

G

A.&i?PLANESDISPATCHEDOVERSEAS(CONTINUED)

T

Year
and
Month

&&*

-T

Total

a

: :
. ,
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

<

.

.

.

.

.

.

0

*

.

.

.

,

.

.

-

October .
November
D=mnber

: '
.
.

.

.

.
.
.
.

Juls . .
August
Sept&

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

l

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.,a

<
I

1944
January.

. . . . .
. . .

Februaxy

l

.

March..

.

.

.

.::

*

.

“1

MeJ...::::r

-.....

JuLy . . . . ..I
Ausust
sQh&le; : : : : :

October . .
November . : : : :
December . . . . .

l-&
. . . . .
Jasaary.....,

Febauary
lG%mh. .
April . .
Hay. . .
Ju?ae . .

.
*
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

. .
. .
. .

. .

: : : : : :

TDIIAL......

r/Prior

MediLlnl
Bombers

Light
Bombers

910

. . .
. . .
. . .
.
. ..I
. .
...:,
. .
. . 1
. . .
. . .

1943

i$Lt-

Heavy
Bombers

a....

JEUlS
February
l.iamh *
April: .
May..
June .

June

Very Heavy
Bombers-n/

Fi&tars

I

Transport

ma

Miscellaneous

. . . .
. . . .

January....
February
March . .
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

April

By Air

;z

35
:i
96

Id.4
175
277
254
218
388
363

59;
138
205
74
59

2
9,355
279
504
563
904
1,264
;i:
535
iz
891
&I=
18 24.4

22

728
%iF

1,581

1,550
1,891
2,157
1,779
1,403
1,780
1,618

76:

1,141

1,457
1,196
915
1,154
949
a37
797

1,162
1,327
997
999
7.156
1,107
1,423
1,185
1,139
816

351'

3

35::

11
8

37
101
6G

23

z

it
110

66
113
104
2 314

252
494
399
350
305
267
462

1 17
:56
130

-3

141
138

697
524
265

234
136
106

37,296

1,175

21

-23

6g

707
359
u6
74
126

433
3”;
40

95

50
14

-ig

12

%&285
301
32%
336
251

396
10
16

1,632
101

;z
67
z
19
29
20

121

z:
49
31
1

678
20
38

a
24
z
-

;z

%
131
83
239
3.27

6,485

5
61
12

45
56

%i
234

19,475

t;
76

219
-5

1

124

26

2;

33
18

41
77
129
52

2
ll5
48
26
4

;z

37

170
228

554
336
261
103
67
113
30
224

5
19

2

72

22

E

240
187

104

146

186
105
194
156
3,417
220
$

396
283
ii;
:z

.i

2

68
%
6

:z
199
L&i&
233

222
286

53
6

11
117

261
199
172
6

1,814

1,258

7,089

102

g

to January 1945 very heavy bomber@were Included with heavy bombera.

137

APPENDIX

CARGOmCEXVED FROM 0-W

THFkUKRS BY THEATElR OF ORIGIN
Atlantic

r

Total
MIT

Year ena Month

1941 . . . . .
December . . . . .
ly42
January .
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

1943
January .

February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
ALlgust .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

xz
19:a67
25,443
36,313
21,973
26,364
39,482
40,694

8,116
9,132

23,446

1 ,o69,44o
17,735
35,572

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

0

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

31325
9,155
30,210
15,097
13,172
4,901

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

.

,

.

l

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

TOTAL . . . . . .

224,603
;z;g
305 :793

287,746
338,157
3o6,m
3 422 494
217,068

145,627
205,447
226,104
425,546
779,511
757,395
665,796

a,141,366

8 418
-2
53
194
76

110 896
--i$@
4,855

4,709

14,014

11,120

17,715
18,183
13,919
22,583

20,486
2; $:1”

891782
1 470 862

--&m

79,311
93,815
101,963
173,283
115,284
147,427
142,783
99,198
119,606
178,384
325,405

%g
$:l!;

259:26a
597,405
604,307
492,743
4~74,623

872

3::
14:440
1,360
q&g
4:0;1
2,589
;%;
21408
14,097
8,090
2,229
22,601
L/ 2;::z
3%
6,605
17,635
3,661
8,374
12,624
;;,3@&
t
;I 799,187

Includes Central Africa Middle East thru August 1945.
Figure Includes totals far Central Africa Middle East.
Includes Latin American Theater thru August 1945.
Includes totals for Latin American.

138

1,373
157
954,
53
17

8,908

43,992
320
378
3,751
536
3,239
2,636

5,233
5,843

European
MIT

30,117
15,097
13,113
1,137

10,082

329 673

Central
Africa
M:iaale East
M/T

94,;7",
5, 2
2,131
2,318

192

---3=

Mediterranean
MIT

2,353
2,353

10,274

1,829

179,559

313:26a

75

1,335

6~37

122,254
176,919

‘,g q;;

75

Latin
American
M/T

28
3,603
3,519
9

89,113

1945_. . , . .
J~~~.wryr . , . . .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

e/
?:/
i/
ml

yg

75:712
71,368
111,726
106,584

3,354,o32
193,332
199,705

North
American
M/T

2,428
2,428

‘4’92;;z

,
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

MIT

2go 601

1944 . . . . .
January.....
February
March . .
April . .
May........
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Total

* ,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.

c,

31
161

2,488
1,326
1,829

73,354

1,684
5,812
10,414
12,774

19,344
16,915
3$%$

261232
29,914

26,689
50,121
29,341

38,264
28,714
23,862
6,331
39,192

46,367
408

l,o53
246

~~78:~

1,199

1:574

934

8,794

5,339
9,689

55,064

.

1,985

5,913
14,901
34,186

588 003
-72%

188,640

36,345
38,514
40,797
66,909
61,023
49,091

70,237

3:;

64

1,610
10,424
33,195
22,708

17,927

8,776

7,466
16.331

37,928

71564
5,848
3,631
14,613
qg

3:9o7
15,332
13,391
l;J;$

18,W3

40,408
22,670

9MY

10,247

5:567
2%

45:667
iz:$z

1,564,53o
9,111
16,894

75,349
146,702
96,175

3 j&514,246
L

15,562
31,261
164,423
509,432
$:z

,

1,861,190

iAPPENDIX

G

CARGORECETVEDFROMOVERSEASTHEATERSBY TEELAm OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)

T
Year and. Month

1941 * * - - *

December .....

Pacific
Total
M/T

2,371
2,371

1942, - - '.'
January ......
February .....
March .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October ......
November .....
December .....

186 636
19,pc4

1943 .....

739 767
-$s
;;,g

January ......
February .....
March .......
April .......
May .........
June .......
July .......
Awst
......
September .....
October ......
IVovember .....
December .....
1944 .....
January ......
February .....
March .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October ......
. November .....
December .....
*.
.....
January ......
February .....
Merch .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
TOTAL .....

North
American
M/T

11,667

16,542
16,288
6,103
6,876
13,192
34,581
34,687
6,781
7,303
13,172

38: 472
57,997
53,185
97,807
84,001
68,627
84,538
91,408
89,777
1 a83 170
x
1451179
143,522
139,985
109,319
205,380
204,580
206,595

168,140
159,773
181,374
Yz%z
931285
121,074

130,319
166,278
182,106
153,088
173,053
3,966,?+3

252
252
w

)-358
2,051
5,515

2,111

1,327
4,020
31,996
2,894
6,767
3,012
7,368
y?J
14: 739
13,276
26,959
30,992
40,096
28,824
29,653
60,794
:2;'6:
,
1 038 664
--gg
4351
89,137
100,238
63,887
119,455
107,990
110,144
128,441
72,428
51,870
3?%
231549
31,163
52,060
77,251
59,221
45,883
29,672
1,844,721

g/ Central end South Pacific combined into Pacific
E/ Figure includes totals for South Pacific.

Central
Pacific
M/T

south
Pacific
M/T

Southwest
Pacific
M/T

Asiatic
M/T

2,119
2,119
106 3go
15,764
11,309
7,896
10,773
3,992
5,549
9,172
592
31,770
4,2;?
5,268
156,280
7,939
;, g
20'446
141240
14,537
20,207
28,872
15,565
3,753
4,474
9,379
%a
611872
42,a49
44,058
31,792
24,618
60,383
78,516
52,911
32,756
77,516
.104,591
%%a
50:948

6,597

2,550

6,59;

2

1,991
23
536
173,049

24,364

lo,98;

3,006
266

?%
16: 798
7,656
37,426
26,305

21,222
17,908

1,992
1,329
16,658
1,379

19;
754
9,791
92

172 809

19 973
1,286
356
3,694
4,795
448
2,216
410
2,414
a43

6,254
20,164
4

14:285
5,532
7,507
18,598
25,132
15,660
k,697
6,904
9,414
21,856

%fi?$

12'104

:g;
54:564
91,548
72,125
106,190

41;914
11,880
30,977
23,007
3;,f$
,

1,633,975

396,540

Ocean Area.Figures

11,176

include South Pacific

4:;
3,057
60 a
-F5, 52
6,684

27,758
91,507
thru Aug. '45.

139

APPENDIX

G

CARGORECEI~FROMOVERSEAS THEXFERSBYSERVICE

Total
M/T

Year aa Month

1941 * - * * *

December . . . . .
*
January.
February
March . .
April . .
May. . *
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . . . . .

January......
Feb&y
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
Au@;ust .
September
October .
November
December

1944

Janwry.
February
March . .
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.
.

.

ToTAIl

140

.
.
.
.
.
.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

9

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

#

.

.

.

.

.
.

.

.

.

.

'664
1,343
4.794
3;390
3,316
18,387
30;389
34,446

4; 913
7,925
16,391

614,546
11,172
23,772
25,829
37,677

Engineers
MIT

s$
9

I

-9
12

6;

6

7

1,l166
62
437
257
571
378

Medical
M/T

Ordnance
M/T

+

xi?663

J&

16
8:

149
1.83
515
196
365

3
c;

;z:
368

5,846

12
2
35
9,242
3

847

176,919
179,559

80,531
94,876

245
6,580

67 944
1,6e?
458
2,298
1,848
3,671
5,012
4,496
6,324
8,594
9,100
;;,;387
9 5

3,354,032

2,158,536

24 587
---w
501
1,131
2,063
1,710
860
4,317
1,082

359 498
*
25,261
24,708
28,453
34,302
12,125
25,750
22,296

=-%72
1,107
1,129
1,961
1,645
568
1,391
866

2,;;;
3:209
3,337

18,134
56,355
56,088
39,947

1,434
Z%
'948

::g
8g;666
51,821

+$$
1:294
628

Lp?&
'901
353

1.437.189
52,762
g,g

3,022
2,883
5,985
23,109
11,389

271
3,263
59,591
48,345

57:263
192,264
409,897
;g,g;
I

85,565

697,861

6;

28
203
325
730
799
14
241

3,830
;
4:
755
2:
315
438:
1,143
891

101,876
952
1,137
2,546
4,580
3,913
5,644
5,317
7,940
7,740
7,651
31,686
22,766
7y9i
32:845
39,849
40,088
102,717
88,348
95,264
87,563

.

.

.

-73
11,1185
2866
128 824

.

.

.

14;116
19,867
25.443
3g;313
a,973
26,364
39,482
J+o,W
a;116
9,132
23,446
l,o6g,44o
17,735
35,572
33,306
49,592
75,712
71,368
111,726
106,584
89,113
122,254

.

.

January.
February
March .
April .
May. .
June .
July .
August

.

P4,,799

Chemical
Warfare
M/T

Total ASF
M/T

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.
.

*

.

I

.

.

.

.

. . . . . .

8,141,366

5$2,413

21g
&g6
35,@30

2,326,403

-

APPENDIX

G

CAl?GORFcENEDFROM0VTlXRSEA.S
TBEKEBS BY SERVICE (COIVJD)

&artermaater
0

Year and Month

297

. . . . .

g& . . . . .

January.
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
Aqwt
.
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
.
.
.
.

a..

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

100,727
I%
1,045
2,889
2,925
2,060
17,484
23,967
29,549
3,512
7,674
8,717

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

,
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.

30,149
46,753
29,960
43,418
;?;g
37:24o
28,298
32,972

TOTAL

.

,

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.

.

l

.

b/ New series as of

106
40
310
267
$:
610
715
1,733
191
1,489

:t f
36 -.
3,682
131
86
3,453
46,563

1,239
l,O22
1,849

1,152
1,865
1,470
591
1,917
2,318
1,667
48 212
-33
1,715
4,193
2,437

Id

44;
2,585
2,462
2,648
13,763
2,335
4,6o4
17,717
91 404
24,748
9,391
11,952
5,062

125,377
929
1,531
4,292
4,122
;tg

6:218
9,415
8,108
23,342
37,02011,208

21
21

3 454
3,454

2,980
120
16
1,078
558
195
115
193
596

152,565
22,626
13,330
17,406
19,781
32,461

6:

41

762,889
-Eg
65:854
x?;?;
42;502
Ez;
63:774
45,762
45,217
85,157
422,611
57,115

1,631,510

19,168

%%
35:215
57,073
62,302
76,286
124,796
112,712
87,570

127 454
-37
t'+::
31850
16,059
26,502
30,167
36,833

39 267
z
5:2M
6,580
22;:
51664
4,919

3% ,193
17,999
30,625
25,206
38,270
38,984
88,144
61,757
95,208

1,918,354

201,916

177,234

885,563

181,880

4,249

2,070
2,252
1,992
3,369
2,481
4,670

7,401
7,887
5,532
1,403
1,016
5,525

289,991

3,026
;,g:
2:564
1,969
12,365
6,440

2,894

18,w

39,526
2
1,761
317
5,853
3,553
3,793
7,783
2,237
1,400
6,167
3,569
3,091
74,985
7J7m
19,929
zg
3:073
3,567
;g:
2:208
2,919
5,823
6,343
64,368
7,052
13,604
11,606
3,550
3,763
8,533
222
9

53,808
58,743
5&;3;
119:937

.
.
.
.
.
.

653;

Ylecellaneous
M/T

357,622
x
20:6y5
27,486
21,995
20,183
49,651
27,864
61,070
31,490
30,546
30,997

.
,
.
,
,
,
.
.
.
.
.
.

a.....

January......
February .
March. . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
Awet
.,....

9,103
244
145
8%

?$$

1944 . . . . .

January.
February
March .-.
April . .
May...
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

,

Air
M/T

139
139

m

. . .

Jenuary......
February .
March. . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
.
August.
September .
October . .
November .
December .

MJT

M/T

1941 . . . . .

DecemK

Cransportatlo~

Si@lEl

1;940
‘+A’4

13,343
39,353
39,638
13,829
33,823
55,799
70,384

29327
:2:;:

50:281
39,125
98,383
85,678

his date.

141

I I

APPENDIX

G

CARGORECEIVEDFROMOVERSEAS
THEATERS
BY PORTOF DEBARKATION

Total
M/T

Year and Month

Boston
M/T

1941. * * - -

B.....
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June . . .
(July . . .
Aqust......
September
October .
November .
December .

a.....

Januex~ .
Februab.....
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June.......
July . . .
August......
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
.
.

. . . .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . .
. . .
. .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.

I
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

1945 . . . . .
January . . . . .
February ......
March ......
April
......
May .......
June .......
July .. . ....
August ......
TOTAL . . . . .

142

Philadelphia
M/T

Baltimore
M/T

2,020
2,020

December . . . . .
1942 .
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June.......
July.. . .
August......
September
October .
November .
December .

New York
Mb

4,878

T
954
179

25,443
36,313
26,364

8,866
161

39,482

4p~

68;

9; 132

23,446

17,735
35,572
. 33,306
49,592

75,712
71,368
111,726
106,584
89,113
122,254

6,27747,709
320
378
2,637
2,656
4,533
3,577

?g;
8:971

176,919
179,559

4,203
13,705
1,524

3,354,032
193,332
199,705

7,266
2,938

238,994
245,485

j221Ei;
,
352;807
347,363
305,793
287,746

:2::;
,

142,830
41
1,144
2,948

1,680
1,599
1,695
173
733

ix; ,

75 820

5,795
9,466

10,858

2,518
4,661
3,122
1,684
9,761
6,572

41,716
56,568
56,592
40,506

;%
21;g62

779,511
757,395
665,796

73,942
108,942
116,628

8,141,366

465,947

1,944

396
18,063
255
6,380
3,126
895
3,208
112

503
568
1,230
1,210
576

11,179

7%
,

1,095

18,925

337 540

145;627
205,447
226,104
425,546

1,257

9,167

21,973

l,o6g,44o

1,257

91, 05

5,326

1,493

3,442
29,133
15,339

27,796
‘S

12;150

17,334 .
9,835

3-g

51,194
153,190
302,577
322,761

2,382
40,388
1,499

11:078
1;252
6,060
13,231
31,868
3,573

1,868,0&3

67,914

286,857

19,329

162,514

651

2,930

',.APPENDIX
.
CARGOHEcElSQDFROMOT?E3UWS
-

Charlt3BtCJll
MJT

Year and Month

G

(Cont'd)
BY PORTOF DEBARKATION

biewOrlmn5 x/
M/T

Los

leer

K
T

ssn FrEalolsco
M/T

Seattlez/
M/T

1941 . - * . .

Deoe&&.....

%i$
>

1942

JPd-lI.IBZZ
February
March..
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December,

.

.

.

.

.

.

:

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

0

.

.

.

.

s

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

2,253

139
zi

432
- _

49

1943 . - . . .

1945 . . . . '.

January......
February .....
March .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......

TOTAL . . . . .

80

2,204

10,415

9&
62
1,088
757
178

195

1,834
1,610
:$z

948

71378
yi&
81788
14,159
22,875
31,820
31,310
22,703
15,227
16,724
16,178
11,426
540 973
15
10,812
41,079
29,187
54,289
103,635
117,136
169,755
778,272

133 780
15,764
11,552
14,491
10,773
4,011
5,549
9,172
'18,822
31J7::
4,291
7,479

24,421

Jane.....
February .....
March .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......
September .....
October ......
Noveniber .....
December .....
1944 .....
Januery ......
February .....
.......
h%e3?ch
April .......
May ........
June .......
.......
Jtiy
August ......
September. ....
October ......
November .....
Deoember .....

-80

&

17,217
3,282
5,219
16,342
14,098

41.359

5,G
1,249
2,920

%$I2
8,357
15;553
13,276
26,959
31,008
40,096
28,824
33,657
60,794

:k::i
60; 289
56,252
39,765
m,635
28,437
29,%3

%zi,

245&&

3,9;
684
3,5Yi
2;::
2:263
3,989
2,554
11,456

406

365,064
7,939
22,549
11,910
24,998

20,779 ,
P2,24y

g'64.4
8:5o7
16,255
32,009
23,408
28,332
13,811
28,497
11,442
49,233
6,401

50,786
22,386
8,042
13,702
4$306
;;$g
19;646
47,471
102,464

6,1;:
35,186
32,909
17,746

67 790
2,879
3,314
12,812
1,963
8,887
9,509
14,661
13,765

122 583
10,047
20,271
14,579
22,g
n:u5
20,853
13,154

99,085

103,367
90,653
70,219

152,137

495,943

378,507

1,447,716

2,199,985

?i?+%
1:302
5,150

447040
62,491

w

3,73
36,753
g>;s

115:023

w/ Inclties Gulf Ports.
z/ Includes Prince Rupert.

'143

APPENDIX

G

UNITED NATION8 MERCHANT
SHIPPING
Dry Cargo Gains, Losses and Construction

Gains
thru
New
Construction
W/Tons

Year
and Month

Losses
DW/Tons

1941 ........
December ........
9,129,ooo
187.000
3oj;ooo
391,000
528,000

1943 ........
January ........
February ........
March .........
April
.........
May ..........
June ..........
July ..........
August .........
September .......
October ........
November ........
December ........

17,8g2,ooo
1,041,000

1944 ........
January ........
February .........
March .........
April
.........
May ..........
June ..........
July ..........
August ......
September .......
October .........
November ........
December ........

14,045,000

TOTAL&/ .......

.’

r

Tonnage of Dry Cargo Merchant
Ships Available to
United
Nations
I&I/Tons

DW/Tons

United
States
W/Tons

- 386,000
- 386,000

1942 ........
January ........
February ........
March .........
April
........
May ...
: .....
June ..........
July ..........
August .........
September .......
October ........
November ........
December ........

1945 ........
January ........
February ........
March .........
April
.........
May ...........
June ..........
July ..........
August .........

Ne%
Gain or
Loss

iig

z:

864;ooo
896,000
1,051,000
1,060,000
980,000

1,283,ooo
1,131,ooo

1,491,ooo
1,590,000

1,800,000
1,631,ooo
1,556,Ooo
1,583,000
1,450,000
1,381,ooo
1,363,OOO
1,8og,ooo

1,018,000
1,192,000
1,298,000

1,400,000

1,277,000
i .

1,184,ooo
1,079,OOO
1,020,000
1,020,000
1,143,ooo
1,247,GOO

1,167,oou

'7,126,ooo
926,000
1,025;000
1,086,000
812,000

929,000
872,000
7'77,000
699,000
48,386,OOO

8,957,OOC
506,000
573,000
794,000
681,000
I57,OOO
921,000

172,000
- 319,000
w. 268,000
- 403,000
- 153,000

510,000

2;ooo
96,000
16,000
146,000
338,000
330,000
- 162,000
773,000

4,342,OOO
334,000
431,000
1,027,ooo
454,000
357,000
173,000
473,000
197,000
220,000
213,000
191,000
264,000

13,550,000
713,000
760,000
464,000
1,136,ooo
1,443,ooo
1,458,ObO
1,083,000
1,386,OOO
1,222,ooo
1,168,OOO
1,172,ooo
1,545,OOO

1,804,000
217,000
218,000
214,000
185,000
84,000
167,000
240,000

12,241.OOO

880,000

750,000
713,000
730,000

1,142,ooo

95,000

56,000
46,000
71,000
211,000

-

aI 36,975,ooo
38,091,ooo
39,490,000
40,905,000

801:ooo
974;ooo
1,084,000
1,215,ooo
1,193,OOO
1,017,000
839,000
925,000
964,000
1,097,000
I
1,176,ooo
956,000

679,000
121,000
149,000
177,000
132,000
27,000
38,000
21,000
14,000

6,447,OOO
805.000

16,362,ooo

32,024,OOO

8.& 000

909,000
600,000
902,000
834,000
756,000
685.000

41,951,ooo

43,257,oOo
44,563,OOO
45,641,ooO
46,844,ooo
40,381,OOO
49,209,OOO
50,267,000
51,058,ooc
52,182,ooc
53;433;000
54,669,OOO
54,975,oco
55,902,000
56,77~,000

57,555,OOO
58,678,ooo
5g,6o2,ooo
62,192,OOO

63,063,OOO
63,943,ooo
64,582,OOO
65,385,ooo
66,227,OOO
67,364,OOO
67,951,000

15,460,OOO
16,658,OOO
17;956;000
19,232,OOO
20,284,OOO
21,280,000

22,271,ooo
23,146,oOO

23,996,ooO
25,194,OOO
25,900,ooo
26,721,ooo
27,199,ooo
28,076,ooo

28,934,OOO

29,534,OOQ
30,021,ooo
30,718,00.0
31,502,OOO
32,248,OOO
33,214,OOO
34,029,OOO
34,6gl,ood
35,405,OOO
36,169,OOO
36,696,OOO
37,384,ooo
38,066,OOO
38,650,ooo
39,2@,000

.a/ Data not available prior to this date.
</ Figures cover all ocean-going steam or motor ships of 1600 gross tons and over, including British
and vessels
controlled merchant type ships commissioned for naval service or used as fleet auxiliaries,
controlled by the United States Army and Navy. Vessels in the Baltic and Black Seas, and vessels on the
Great Lakes are excluded. Losses are or, an occurrence basis and are subject to amendmentas a result of
especially in the more recent periods.
late notifications,
-

144

r-

APPENDIX

G

SHIT'S IN ARM-YSERVICE
Atlantic

Number
of
Ships

Year
and Month

Total

- Shi-os

Transoceanic

Within
Theater

Pacific
Total

- Shi: Ps

Trem Oceanic

T Witkiln
Theater

1941

December . . . .

139

52

87

January.....
February
March...,..
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

154
283

66
106
107
128
125
159
248
301

88
177
185
218
239
200
188
218
193

January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . #
June .,
July . .
August .
Septeniber
October .
November
December
January .
Feb&y
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July , .
August .
September
October .
November
December
January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July
. .
August .

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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. . . .
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.

359
436
519
507
502
451
501
529
556
534

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

;z:
719
779
927
946
891
891
9%

. . . .
. . . .

1,048

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,190
1,300
1,508
1,498
1,588
1,673
1,703
1,720
1,743
1,765

.
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1,121

1,574
1,564
1,464
1,461
1,505
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11594

s/2,081,558 183,043
2,575,729 197,082
3,w,63v 163,541
2,820,103 139,164
3,447,298 160,694
3,854,243 204,036
4,132,630 184,860
4,094,872 192,169
3,712,025 168,905
3,937,W 206,972
4,515,699 217,152
4,853,905 211,323
4,765,359 188,917
5,044,259 221,232
6,441,402 284,903
6,534,420 210,702
7,048,578 269,282
8,519,727 349,540
8,446,703 404,974
7,747,367 4J+3,596
7,934,192 414,784
8,761,845 514,438
9,565,809 517,649
10,194,397 585,891
11,572,200 555,176
12,163,300 567,949
14,030,300 572,392
14,550,200 503,777
15,351,900 515,022
16,347,m 519,562
16,624,600 569,345
16,v54,m 538,196
17,345,400 538,282
17,727,500 517,340
15,653,800 441,259
15,274,700 483,263
14,149,600 455,132
14,057,400 464,138
14,416,600 502,959
14,584,ooo 476,155
16,192,7oo 620,355
14,732,700 665,555

;2
262
306

186

189
195

331
352
;g
506
465
2:
578
505
523
549
589
652
687
747
:z
998

1,031
1,019
979
914
937
kg
750
692
629
E

433

79
72
510
569
632
672
626
570

6%

755
822
806
‘64

836
749
713
g:
;;A
424
420

i;
55
75
$70
325
299
276
197
173
150
101

44
-00
81
54
52
22
16
13

198
204
184
205
222
254
267
317
368
386
2,";
459
469
503
553
612
603
590
642
684
741
829
828
781
77::
:;z
1,045
1,266
1,161

:/ 273
332

95
105

355
323

104

3

146
170
188
227
225
216
232
247
301

;z

248

493
464
422
477
566
739
973
8&

288
287
292
292
310
306
293
277

;g
385
;$
410

TOTAL . . . . .

EI/ Date not available

prior

to thk

date.

145


Hii
APPENDIX

G

OVZEBEASPORT PERFORMANCE
(Gross R&te #

YEJBX
and Month

1943

All
Theaters

I

European

Mediterranean

Alaskan

I

Middle
Pacific

Western
Pacific

India

Burma

January ......
February .....
March .......
April .......
hkly ........
June .......

&/

735
818
8~

1,013
880
973

959

July .......
Au@.wt ......
September .....

749
786
694

1,035

673
656
547

October ......
November .....
December .....

694
739
803

872
889

56::
671

January ......
February .....
March .......

720
726

775
1,095
1,184

626
613
756

1,176

April .......
May ........
June .......

986

933

1,186
1,021

945

996

906
1,021
1,002

July .......
August ......
September .....

1,024

779

793

1,168
1,303
1,411

ictober ......
November .....
December .....

734
579
741

1,247
563
808

580
FE

524

1,234
1,460
2,034

727
773
1,008

801

791
,,251*

666
918
1,154

627

1,309

gb6
.958
957

1,367
1,160

1,184
921
865

906‘
993

846

839
901
899

2

gq

864

xi:

1,928

571

11162

645

950

1,064
852
657

1,004
a49

627
649
588

1,151

940
890

1,263

818

433
324
497

1,177
1,447
1,345

1,134
1,032
1,983

420
607
561

1,383
1,376

1,253
1,059
1,178

52

751
1,044

871
704
628
625

966

1,366

1,293
W.0

1,876
1,035
.

1,069
996

1944

a22

869

604
522

933

976

938

z

603
383
402

352

1,048

1,586
?gt

21581
2,796
2,732
2,733
2,678
3,443
2,989

1945
January ......
February .....
March .......
April .......
May ........
June .......
July .......
August ......

1,044

789
700

986

929

TOTAL ......

L

a/ Data not available prior to this date.
a Measurement tons per ship, per day tioaded.

146

935

1,142

z2;

672

2,914
2,930

1,426
1,287

439

~,651

1,529
1,866

387
573

2,649

471
447

3,240
3,001

E

1,808

618
678

1,293
1,480

E

639

2,917
2,862

APPENDIX

H

WARDEPARTMENTIEND-LEAa TIiANSFERSBYlECWTICAL SERVICE a
[In Thousands c)f 1Dollars~

-Year
and Month

Total
Wax Department

-1941 . . . .

December . . . .
*
January.....
Februsry
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
Au@st .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943. *
January.....
February b/
March . .-.
April . . .
May . . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .
1944
January.....
February
March......
April21
May . . .
June ..,
July , .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1945.
January.....
February
March......
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

* * .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

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. . , .
. . .
. . .
. .
. . .
. . .
. . .
.
.
. . .
. . .

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.
.
.
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.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
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. .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

TO!l!ALa. . . . .

$

tiy,a6
14,819
3.176.671
130,323
126.282
1e5;773
238,608
188,557
220,361

243,194
244,445
371,455
492,277
;3,":;,
6,635,954
208,019
359,795
426,998
515;639
449,868
z;;, gz
828: 779
$-fJ g;
6141225
778,926
7.752,540
;04,z
6201198
759,491

614,000

T

Army Service Fc :es

Air Forces

$

10.287
1,283

1 129 987
---Qs
46'806
82'709
102:422

74;525
84,704
104,770
60,112
74,687
206,303
66,105
182,254

$

178,929
13,536

500;774
486,870
380,941.
382,467
463,246

3,go7,61o
201,382
249,868
288,097
383,352
289,212
320,035
448,718
407,238
388,244
276,047
274,702
380,715

921210

2,536,669
255,792

3 434 993
---3gm
244,924
310,005

2hh.047
151; 438

2l1,252

213,873
186,846
187,519

_ 3,993,240
521,173
497;390
. 524,158
546,056
488,869
395,715
596,562
423,315

1 279 863
-+@m
185,651
139,89J+
154,507

21,747,621

6,818,410

194,114

156,612
125,210
141,518

125.081
7,047
1,@5,938
45,053
38,676
66,329
81,899
84,482
96,504
97; 973
155,438
249,747
515,598
250,135
174,104

~~J~~,'

261,351
246,382
213,144
170,383
194,642

$

2.046.684
85,733
79,476
103,064
136.186
114;032
135,657
138,424
184,333
296,768
285,974
286,988
200,049

1 861604
--zG$iy
73,015

115,043
171,951
328,005
129,385
267,522
231,758
315,680

Ordnance

Total

3-n; 926

414,424
400,127
408,638
303.156

2,713,377
8 816
El,739
3841264
391,549
294,755
239,103
471,352

g? g:
3471986
307,451

210,959

259,161
257,407
238,761
162,856

-1.467.418'
190,279
202,jd+

234,288
242.149
192,404.

281,797

129,321
179,583
95,078

14,929,211

10,791,040

Signal

$

4,775
281
57,209

1,175
2,429

5,878
5,835
6,024
2,",:
-8; 918
6,778

--s%%
71417
11; 965
13,656

12,304

554 960
--T$iz
102,193
34,309
41,527
pJ;
24: 729
:~J",~~
b2:121

41,925
44,295

-A&?$.
341622
48,326
45,330
26,153
:,',,"zy
101567
1,068,856

f
ai
b/
s/

As reported on ASP and AAF Forms DDA 7, MIA 7A, and DDA 78.
First month FormMU 74 used.
FFrst month FormDDA 'p3 used.

Subject to revision.

1147

APPENDIX

H

WARDEPARTMENT
IXND-T;EAsF:TRANSFERSBY TECHNICALSERVICEa/ (Continued)

Yeaand Month
%ces

C

Engineers

*$

' * * * *
. . . . .

1942.
January .
February .
March . ,
April
. .
May . * .
June..
.
July.......
August......
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943 . . . . .
F32zy
$'
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June.......
Judy . . .
August.....
September
October .
November .
Deceniber .

: : :
. . . .
. . , .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

1944 . . .
Jamary t . . . s
February....
q
March . . . . .

April c/ .
May . . .
June......,
Ally . . .
August......
September
October .
November .
December .

. . .
. . .

. . . I
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. s
. ,
. e
.

1945 . . . . I

January .
February....
March . .
April
. .
l&y . . .
June . . .
July.
. .
August......

. ..I

.
.
.
.
..

.
.
.
..
.

.
.
.
.
.

s
I
,
*
.
.
I

TOTAL . . . . ,
-

a/
6/
c/
-,
a/
X/
z/

(In Thousands of Dollars)
Axmy Serviqp Fo: 30 (Continued 1
Chemical.
Medical
Wsxfsxe

-+3g

4:420
2,143
3,163
721
3,292
5,678
10,529
5,620
5,531
6,846
11,742

146 218
--gm
10,238
2,566
5,967
1,500
22,556
13,554
15;133
15,593
14,723
22,981
15,278
317 065
21,822
50,422
23,163
21,452
21,030
17,197
35,819
17,504
20,647
26,324
41,971
19,714
-3-E
161771
16,333
16,767
21,173

24,366
126,550
8,543
783,078

276
12

11,7f;

-&%Lg

201

1,374
1,734

$7
210

2,710

1,618
3,343
1,505
2,392
5,258
- 4,@3

1,818
1,045
385
5,613
732

x

121232
4,923
2,317
2,304
4,514
6,896
6,177
15,129
14,844
4,909

157 965
-i$=
25,206
27,562
8,433
8,032
13,443
12,359
13,603
12,150
6,691

11,845
2,799

-q%

300 082

0
0
0
0
0

60

195

xz

2:529
2,750
3,061
2,938
3,678
15,053
5,189

106,543
0
0
0

+1;204

18,451
13,117
25,635
12,413
34,894
37,608

317,142

i32,192

36,33:
10,378
9,133
14,984
8,729

6,782
leg"-

$3 2:
241044
469 894
--$m
30,212
57,910
;;,g

219,278
10,130
5,434
13,254
-5,631
17,160
18,554
43,680
28,524

27:127
39,168
31,514
33,652
37,281
44,790
49,425

:J:;;
8:99o
29,084

144
0
0
0
0
0

B/

-szg
2,195
1,687
2,878
1,473
2,806
3,280
8,956
3,714
793
2,043

2z;:
$",g~
$819
6,291
1,535
293

1,992

ilLA+

1/-234%

30 850

3,518
2,908
5,682
3,301
7,896

4;221

27 164
---TB
32,376
26,513
42,218
20,977
23,291
23,168
24,507
16;017
5,817

-2

Finance

41,717
5,075

2%

:%:
9
87 078

$

TranspOJ?tation

24,7J-0

24,875
23,560
15,008

$ 983

252

164

t;
153
64
178

28
265
131
151
90
113
149
142

25,909
24,535
122,395
101,178

64,374

%$
22:073
20,025
15,182
18,454
14,139
16,647
63,663

4 4
+z-13
177
107
111
161
71
3,365
239

1,309,278

520,483

6,898

-*
29:07l
56,659

-

As reported on A& and AX3 Forms DDA 7, DDA 7A, and IIDA 73, Subject to revision.
First~month 5kt-m DDA 7A used.
First month Form DDA 'jB ueed.
Due to transfer Of Motor !hXnsport to the Ordnance Depsrtment from the Qua.r+,e~&er
New series as of this date.
Data not available prior to this date.

carps.

148

I

r

_

_’

APPENDIX

w~~p~TMENT~I;END-LEAsE
Year Rrla Month

1941 . . . .
December . . . .

1942 * . . .

January .
February
March. .
April . .
May . * .
June . .
July ..,
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

*
.
January. .
February k/
March. . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

All

United

Countries

$LBJg

t

3,176,671
130,323
126,282
185,773
238,608
188,557
220,361
243,194
244,445
371,455
492,277
;3;:;>
6 635 954
208,019
359,795
426,998
p;;
5091455
68257g
&g;
6141225
778,926

1944 . . . .

January.....
February
March. .
Aprlld
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945 . . . .

Jenuary.....
February ....
March ......
April ......
May .......
June ......
July ......
August ......

TOTAL . . . . .

d
v
d
~

Y$g
620;198
759,491
711,510
680,910
637,357

KiIlgdOlU

Ug2g

H

TRANSFERSBYMAJOR RECIE'IENT COUl'lTRYd
French
Forces

U.D.S.R.

china

$
,

Yp$

990 5f34
47,631
61,339
95,515
77,447
90,036
136,767
133,033
73,949
78,670

4 314 582

121,185

231,229
251,311
317,001
374,020
435,154
382,385
577,458
362,254
422,588
442,656
397,341
4 936 622
+=33
486,879
393,403
497,639
:;xz;
g:;;;

z:;~~;~
614;ooo
595,484
490,675

4171861
374,935
329,130
255,954

3,993,240
521,173
:2:;:
546;056
488,869
395,715
596,562
423,317

1,930,802
290,639
268,926
265,905
263,412
243,743
205,847
302,012
90,318

21,747,621

13,349,114

113,695
39,172
45,503
212,806
157,169
179,132
158,479
158,222
235,915
1,935,029
207,755
164,207
140,394
149,819
;pg
2201445
160,629
151,590
159,199
142,373
116,774

90,133
15,036
6,144
17,454
17,574
2,398

91,050
-1,229
6,183
1,526
8,063
53

z%k
11715
8,320
-1,113
5,320
846

1,760
2,942
5,302
31,803

15
0
0
1
11
0
-26

r)/

306,788
0
2,097
30,094
5;s;;;
3;661
17,763
52,343
Ei:
261270
63,720
398 794
15,964
20,255
:$ ;z:
231735
10,167
8,634
14,794
9,597
22,381
87,923
71,633
4w
6o:yw
63,052
29,445
28,447
85,450
128,022

5.511,999

$,12.296
270

0
0
0
0

103:211
3 tit:
112:551
157,499
149,752
221,065
328,543
253,609
290,710

$ 14,632
1,347
1
-5

$

l&29,734

Other

236 817
*

2,329

20,215
12,103

205 641
12,254
10,422

17;886
20,155
13,457
12,142
40,557
27,855
21,809
14,999
1l,l73
19,921

2: E
13;954
14,558
37,856
-24,096
62.029

158 541
34,768
5,993
-340
14,505
6,278
5,049
-8,216
18,812
16,567
28,818
17,477
18,850

20,147
29,577
22,251
24,736
30,061
28,667
18,581
27,m

9,438
13,199
17,011

369,850
2Fg
28; 019
21,761
29,484
27,188
82,741
65,358

:67,;c!i
29:273
48,942

869,973

886,801

26,057

As reported cm A8F and AN? Forma DDA 7, IIDA 7A, and DDAp3, subject to revisit.
Flret‘month Form DDA 7A used.
FiretmonthFonnDDA7B
used.
New series as of this date.

149

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._

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T ‘I

.

Yi

J

APPENDIX

VA.LUEOF U.S. CIVILIAN SUPPLYSHIPMENTSaJ
(U.S. L.end6d Costs in Thousands of Dollars)

Year
ena
Month

1943 . .

T

aiterran

Total
Total

$ 28,694

Italy

$ 28,694 $ 28,694

P

Areas of Combined Rc sonsibility
n Theate:
Eli pean The, sr

-I

Areas of
Exclusive1yu. s.
Reaponsibility
(Pacific)

E-alkans
and
2ustria

French
North
Africa

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

U.S.
Zone

U.K.
Zone

January. . .
February . .
March . . . .
April
May.
June

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

July21 . . .
August . . .
September . .

1,148
431
407

1,148
431
407

1,148
431
407

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

October . . .
November . .
December . .

2,259
6,828
17,621

2,259
6,828
17,621

2,259
6,828
17,621

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1944 . .

195,716

148,176

121,850 $16,511

$9,815

January...
February . .
March . . . .

19,742
27,631
20,809

19,742
27,631
20,809

19,742
27,631
20,809

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

April
May.
June

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

16,847
7,880
11,832

16,847
7,862
8,603

16,659
6,593
7,166

0
0
0

188
1,269
1,437

0
18
3,229

18

0

0

2,756

47;

0
0
0

July . . . .
August . . .
September . .

7,388
7,580
13,772

4,075
1,383
5,434

1,902
1,146
2,159

0
15
0

2,173

3,313
6,197
7,787

3,310
;>g
t

2,23;
4,143

55:

October . . .
November . .
Deoember . .

4,174
29,391
28,670

2,753
15,420
17,617

1,502
9,408
7,133

6,01:
10,484

1,251
0
0

1,297
12,814
8,062

1,115
8,978
3,lM

182
3,836
4,874

124
1,157
2,991

1945 . .

732,404

261,558

183,641

77,917

0

414,956

209,976

204,980

55,890

January. . .
February . .
March.....
April . . . .
May. . . . .
June . . . .

43,152
48,825
86,862

22,400
29,639
26,014

8,108
6,405
14,717

14,292
23,234
11,297

0
0
0

17,031
16,483
54,693

14,330
9,609
34,569

2,701
6,874
20,124

3,721
2,703
6,155

101,346
142,339
99,836

26,817
56,870
37,792

18,715
45,337
31,737

8,102
11,533
6,055

0
0
0

$23'
541398

39,833
43,748
35,779

29,414
30,375
18,619

5,282
11,346
7,646

July . . . .
August . . .

111,513
98,531

26,144
35,882

25,419
33,203

725
2,679

0
0

76,745
52,236

23,881
8,227

52,864
44,009

8,624
10,413

TOTAL. . .

956,814

438,428

334,185

94,428

9,815

457,673

236,943

220,730

60,713

g

v

3,z

$ 42,717 C 26,967 6 15,750 ; 4,823

0

Petroleum products are excluded. Figures for French North Africa
Preliminary -- subject to revision.
represent only coal used for military and civilian
purposes. Other shipments to Africa are included
in Italy since they wBre reshipped to Italy or replacedprevious
loans to Italy.
All shipments to
Southern France are shown in U.S. Zone of European Theater. tieas of exclusively U.S. responsibility
consist of the Philippines and a portion of the Netherlands East E-dies.
No Army shipments of civilian
supplies, as such, were made prior to July 1943.

150

APPENDIX

K

ARMXMAILDISPATCEED OVERSEAS

V-Mail

Year and Month

1942 - * - .

January .
February.
March . .
April
. .
May *.....
June_a/ .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

Total.

11,138

1,518

By Air

. . .
.
.
.
.

248
827
2,388
2,304
2,576
2,760

113
210
263
263
267
348

1943 . , . .

149,469

5,640

Januaxy * . . *

3,200
5,991
6,896
8,955
11,526
u, 935

262
277
321 ~

.
.
.
.

13,516
14,301
16,162
18,511
18,970
19,506

527
501

1944 . . . .

311,675

16,086

Januarg . . . .
February.
. . .
Maroh . . . . .
April
. . . . .

21,997
30,991
30,978

844
856
914
1,070
1,152
1,201

680
775
793
918
1,058
1,151

.
.
.
.
.

28,755
27,255
22,935
21,564
21,026
21,700

1,421
1,538
1,499
1,745
1,732
2,114

1,414
1,499
1,470
1,633
1,313
1,705

1945 . . . .

170,742

15,910

15,167
1,605
1,674
2,193

.
.
.
,

February.
March . .
April
.'.
May . . .
June....'

.
.
.
.

July . . .
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

. . .

May

l

.

June..

.

.
.
.
.

.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.

.
.
.
.
.

2&U’+

.

. . . .

July......
August . .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

25

z:
405

z;;
662
826

29

68
187
221
185
206
28t
935
176
226
268
285
332
367
430
417
435
522
532
715

338

3,253

222

3

219

;zb

485

28
28
18

46-i’

672
840

2:
146

2%

8,144

1,369

6,775

680
646
593
503
453
501

108
61
71
96
105
106

598

;z;
Ei;
348
395

111

$2
832
1,589

22
696
1,400

1,677

14,322

4,057

10,265

164
81
I21
152
94
50

873
913
1,107
1,069
1,105
1,039

137
334
235
F;;
;37

736
579
872

1,190
1,304
1,032
1,199
1,619
1,892

fZ
247
2%
223
2%

634
842
765
903
1,396
1,636

743

12,464

5,236

7,228

421

1,948
1,604
1,784
1,500

234

1,714
1,359
1,320
546
841
532

.
.
.
.
.
.

30,499
28,060
33,643
26,344
21,707
13,856

2,026
1,811
2,376
2,059
2,034
2,004

2,033
2,004

1
1
0

July......
August.

. . . .

9,633
7,000

1,899
1,701

1,899
1,701

TOTAL . . . .

643,024

39,154

35,459

2,058

;:89

134
98
147
118
136
189

2
86
117
130

. .
.
. .
. .
. .

af First

3y Surface

649

Jenuary
February.
March .
April
.
May . .
June....

.
.
.
.
.
,

By Air

Total

.
.
.
.

35

.
.
.
.

By Surfa&

Ordinary Mail (Thousand Lba)

3,591

. . .

July . . .
August.....
September
October ,
November .
December .

r

Air Mail (Thousand Lbs.)

(Thousand
Letters)

ii;

;;z

1,385

3
954
841
853

0
0

1,255
1,306

815
830

3,695

38,521

1,682

11,000

405
638

8;;
502

27,521

month during which mail was diapatohed through Axmy postal channels.
*
(Continued on next page)

151

APPENDIX

K

ARMYMAIL DISPATCHEDOVERSIUS(Continued)

r

Year and Month

Postal Supplies
--

Total

(Thousand Lbs.1

By Air

By Surface

1942 . . . .

Parcel Post (Thousand Sacks)
Total

By Air

By Surface

694

694

&I 19

&I 19

January . . . . .

February . .
March . . . .
April . . . .
May.......
June . . . .

. .
. .
. .

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
.
.
.
.
.
.

29

29

;t
167
225
128

;:
167

1943 . . . .'

2,225

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

121
62

July . . .
August . .
September .
October ..,
November .
December .

.
.
.
,
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

123
139
185
638
503
183

January..
February
March .
April .
May . .
June .

.
.
.
.

2;
E

1944 . . . .

17,807

255

17,552

7,068

January.....
February . . . .
March . . . . . .
April . . . . . .
May.......
June ..,
. . .

i/ 1,132
1,094
;,3gg

;I 0

b/ 1,132

6

1,323
1,677
2,071
1,738

262
263
287
345
364
337

22

2:111

470

1,750

12

.
.
.
.
.
.

2,170
1,504
1,226
1,217
1,095
1,495

53

1945 . . . .

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
_
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,072

2,117
1,483

16

1,210

::
30

1,187
1,077
1,465

z$
419
1,737
1,643
621

15,548

480

15,068

4,211

January.....
February . . . .
March. .
. . .
April . . . . . .
May.......
June . . . . . .

1,336
1,886
2,445
2,090
2,281
1,872

::
29
83

1,304
1,836

;:z

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .

1,654
1,984

80
72

TOTAL . . . . .

33,355

735

21

::

2,416

2,225
1,794

2;
538
435

1,574
1,912
32,620

411
357
14,198

2,007

a/ First month during which mail was dispatched through Army postal channels.
E/ Supplies were Included in parcel post prior to 1 January 1944.

152

225

128

19

2,206
121
62
56

&I 1
2

2;
78
119
137
182
635
z:

66

7,002
259
258
283
341
360
332
389
Et
1,730
1,637
613

180

4,031

42

516
548
771
606
524
393

t;

365
308

66
6
11
14

;65

13,933

Total

Year and Wnth

December . . . .

I

Federal
Penitentiaries

Mscipllnary
Barracks

1,496

302

554

1,547
1,617
1,734
1,952

319
323

545

Rehabilltatlon
Centers

Guard
Houses
at Ppsts

Overseas
Installations

554

86

2:;
689
791
898
971

1E
162

1942
January.....
February .
March...
April . . .
May*. . . .
June . . .
July . ...'.
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

2,196
2,442

2,811
3,168
3,511
E$
689

:2
376
zg
450
455
468
482
509

ZE
662
i$
1,135
1,429
1,657
1,739
2,016
1,938

1,062

c/ 713

1,076
1,187
1,381
1,484
954

185
195
213

212
:;t
275

1943
January.....
February
March....
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . .
,
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

5,264
5,842
6,454
6,854

7,106
7,246
7,633
E?z?
9&9

10,762

11,701

550
573
615
657
663
716
22

1,910
1,876
1,807
1,723
1,687
1,659
1,653
1,739
1,853

1,345

2,012

2,709
3,093
;,g::

3:747
3,990
4,366
4,589
5,249
5,642

~~
1,040
1,074

x;
2:693

1,116
1,187
1,213

1,?2+5

3,076
3,570
4,009
3,994

1,843

t;:;
51311
%893
6,346
7,009
7,519
8,562

6,103
6,688
7,381
8,079
8,718
8,535
8,430
8,425
8,390
8,223
7,983
7,710

1,952
2,023
2,185
2,297
2,459
2,676
2,740
2,715

9,117
9,329
10,339
10,642
11,804
12,797
13,239
13,468

7,470
7,556
7,486
7,201
7,457
6,720
6,205
6,005

1,123
910
745
725
625
2:;
502
567
722
745
718

336

47;

2;:
801
842
968
1,013
1,117
1,232
1,328
1,574

1944
January
February
March......
April . .
May . . ,
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

12,733
14,229
15,726
16,978
18,267
18,890
19,877
21,046
21,376
22,360
22,786
24,202

1,343
1,415
1,370
1,474
1,603
1,750
1,760

3:
996

1,248
1,345
;,g

1,587
1,799
2,127
2,361
2,823
2,847

1:844
1,705
1,891
1,943
1,531

;e
3:332
3,487

1,310
1,486
1,289
1,126
1,054
869
1,046
864

4,592

t ,:;i
,

1945
January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

24,441

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

26,328
28,157
28,751

31,008
32,562
33,230
33,552

i%$
7:485
8,234
9,500
10,000
10,500

TOTAL . . . . .
c/ First

month during which any rehabilitation

center was in operation.

15:3

APPENDIX

K

NUMEEROF PRISONERSAT U. S. DISCIF'LINARY BARRACKS
,

Year and Month

Admissions

Total

Restored

Sentence
Expired

Paroled

Other

Strength
at End of
Period

554

1941 . . . .
December . . . .

52

52

10

38

2

2

1942 . . . .

2,309

925

407

448

48

22

50

59
30
45
50
65

46
38
39

4
3
2

:7'

:
2
2

January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June...
July....
August.....
September
October .
Noveniber .
December ,

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

237
436

1943 . . . .

2,301

January .
February .
March . .
Aprii
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
August....
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.

52

110

163
180
311
364
282
21

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

45
92
116
89
97
128
152
197
232
398
349
406

. . . .

7,600
486

2; .
70 57
155
159
99
1,546
1Z
185
173
133
156
158

:
3
15
23
19
18
23
14
113
122
46

.

35
29

11

;
1
2
0
2
1
1
0
2

2;

:

z

804

610

110

22

18
io
121
115
64
87

zi;
48
43

3'

111

2

100
100

E

2;
42

t;

i

0
0
2
2
2
1

14
13
7
19
11
4

:;

2
42
51
63
53

1,731

498

800

141

292

21
19
21

64

16

2

2,'

;:
24

:;

.
.
.
.

2

;:
68
82
69

J:
18
10
14
5
17
10
20
12
9

i
21
3

768
631
846
721
1,197

103
76
lo3
151
99
135
152
186
178
183
211
154

1945 . . . .

7,304

2,398

813

948

73

564

743
417
1,216
596
1,422
1,350

188
205
206
293
260

70

18
10

;;

lg”

January .
February .
March i .
April
. .
May . . .
June......
July......
Awst.....
September
October .
November .
December .

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June......
July......
August .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

;zi
136
143
634
926

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.,
.

.
.
.
.
.

. .. . .

TOTAL . . . .

154

100

3
19,566

118
113

3
408
6,652

a!
2:

76;

110

2
89
117
115
130
160
183

2,532

2,844

:;
i;
140
166

8
14

t
1
1
2
3

;

ii:
56
;:
28
15

2

a:
78
149
99

i
16
374

t

902

545
2::
662
E;
1,135
1,429
1,657
:%
i :938

1,910
1,876
1,807
1,723
1,687
1,659
1,653
1,739
1,853
2,151
2,400
2,693

3,076
3,570
4,009
3,994
4,038
4,537
z%
6;346
7,009
7,51
8,562

9,117
9,329
10,339
10,642
11,804
12,797
13,239
13,468

APPENDIX K,
NUMBER-OFPRISONERSAT REHABlLlTATION CENTERS

T
Year and Month

Admissions
Total

Reductions
Transferred
1:0 CiscipliRestored
Ilary Barracks I

Other

Strength
at End of
Period

-

1942 . . . .
January.....
February . . .
March. . . . .
April . , . . .
May . . . . . .
June . . . . .
July . . ...<
Awst
. . ..I
September . , ,
October . . . i
November . . .
December c/ . .

,
,
.
(
,
I
.

751

38

11

0

27'

1943 . . . .

10,620

5,691

3,599

1,290

802

689
815
933
798

57
148
236
414
532

January.....
February
March . .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July
. .
August .
September
October .
November
December

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

14,470

1944 . . .
January.
February.
March. .
April . ,
May . . .
June . .
July
. .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
..I
..a
. .
. .
. .
. .

$2
716
843
904
1,059
1,225
1,113
1,206
1,270
1,442
1,274
1,304

ii;
600
528
836
565
720
12,402

745
685
:;z
665

:i
181
324
476
431
305
395

2
;5

z

713
1,345

2,012

;;

2,709
3,093

:z

;%

z:::
283
352

19
65
79
113
86
273
178
260

5,997

4,795

1,610

361
226
358
472
473

295
377
367

89
82

101
z
142
104

108

3:747
?;E
4:589
:%z
,

6,103
6,688
7,381
8,079
8,718
8,535

.

1,021

,
.
.
,

1,077
1,160
1,312
915
1,272
1,217

1,182
1,165
1,347
1,082
1,512
1,490

510
851
602

674

z:
144
141
159
150
156
183
223
214

1945 . . . .

7,731

9,436

4,333

4,026

1,077

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

899
737
1,133
945
1,576
922
680
839

1,139
651
1,203
1,230
1,320
1,659
1,195
1,039

675
280
513
742
389
541

331
258
547
373
776
959
486
296

133
113
143
115
155
159
127
132

z',"
61005

Adjustments 21,

717

717

0

451

266

0

TOTAL . . . . ,

34,289

28,284

13,940

10,562

3,782

January.....
February
March . .
April . .
May.......
June . .
July . .
August .

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

1,204

483
489
2;

2:

22
580
%$
578
389
438

8,430

8,425
8,390
8,223
7,983
7,710
7,470
7,556

7,486

7,201
7,457

c/ First month during which any rehabilitation
nter was in operatlon.
if Adjustments, not allocable by month, are based upon reports cumulative to 30 June 1945, received from
each installation.
7?heprincipal
discrepancy between these data and thos3 prevloxdy reported monthly
resulted from lack of uniformity in reporting prisoners receive& for temporary custody pending transfer to disciplinary
barracks.
In the totals all prisoners received, either for transfer or for rehabilitation,
are incluaea.

155

APPENDIX K
IEXAMINATIONOF GiNERAL COURTS-MARTIALFtECORDS
ANDADMINISTRATTVESEI'TLE2dENTOF CLAIMS
General
Reviewed
for
Clemency
(Cases)

Year
and
Month

xlrts-Martl
Examined
for Legal
Wficiency
(Cases)

Records
Examined
ly Rev.
in JAG0
Trial Ret:

1941
December ,

,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1943
January .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,369
T
78
101
119
75
113
66
141
128
142
161
184

15,038
871
1,209
1,569
1,085
1,003
1,050
1,054
1,049
1,396
1,504
1,613
1,635

2,o64
145
133
143
131
153
. 1.43
194
202
209
246
177
188

1944
January.
February
March . .
April . .
l&y . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
r

,
,
,
I

3,648
230
141
288
221
204
293
285
380
370

17,418
1,700
1,835
1,701
1,756
1,795
1,302
1,355
1,393
1,282
1,217
1,076
1,006

3,536
288
201
301
241
245
336
306
317
424
283
303
291

I
1945
JanuF.
February
I&rch . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

:
s
I
,
,
.
.
.

yg

%$f
250
278
243
275
329
242
272

a
, :I

321
17
15
21
30
21
18
19
18

21-%F
387

(Number oi :ases)

ASF
AAF Technical
Service command8
Service D-as
Processed Pending Processes Pendine Processes Pending
-~
Office of the JAG

-3f
63
47
78

402
529
602
769

631"
36
35

'2;
319
*

9,563

;57

2:
1,118
1,097
1,088
939

952
1,005
849
1,122
1,026
1,001
a7

497
633
303
687
505
634
512

f/ Data not available

156

ictivity

54

1942
January .
February
March..
April . .
May . . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

TOTAL..

Clati

- 5898
87
;69
82

8,735
prior

to this date.

Cl

879
1,173
1,103
798
725
1,128
990

15,255
432
289
1,715
"%~
1,701
960
1,269
949
750
1,281
558

CD,793
1,979
2,723
3,530
4,479
854
4,364 fl
2,579
4,663
5,620
6,092
5,674
2,040
2,613
2,810
2,998
2,339
2,021
1.,835
991
867

10,214
t:;
570
E
700
2,482
3,863

907
1,321
1,392
1,102
1,702
2,194
2,764
6,122

34,569
-7m
2,504
;fE
41274
3,958
3,994
3,028
1,820
1,471
1,518
1,454
io,Y69
1,550
1,273
1,558
1,301
1,359
1,148
1,268
1,507

f/6,302

6,830

6,6g;
7,015
6,85E
7,716
6,149 ,
4,527
2,533
1,288
874
664
594
527
46;
Et
344
313
302
278
417

!I

169
579

f/1,443
1,654

14,368
777
1,326
1,386
1,464
1,391
1,212
1,173
1,180
1,101

1,685
1,384
1,081
1,111
1,103
1,076
981

1,191

901
982

1,051
1,116

783
775

-F%
ii023
1,177
1,124
1,131
898
935
1,191

755

2;;
2:;
519
488
825

APPENDIX

AMERIW

K

PRE3cmERs CFWAR OFFIcm~

Iri3iTmfYHAHDs

-IJapan
1942
January ..........
February .........
!gzj::::::::::
l4q ............
June.

..........

JR&.

: : : : : : : :..

132
932
1,070
.

1:

2
0
0

14

0

10

1,070
1,084
1,m
1,326
1,373
3,805

32
160
202
247

January ..........
February .........
K5rob ...........
April ...........
Eans ............
.........
June..

6,018
9,833
13,586
18,270
=,6!33
25,447

375
557
1,2Y5
3,321
3,760

.........
July..
August ..........
September .........
..........
ockhllbvanber .........
Deoember ..........

25,278
25,877
27,360
28,390
30,008
3l,W

5,670
6,142
7,536
7,754
9,559
10,835

Jauuaq ..........
Febnmry .........

32,396
33,169

F:
: : : : : : : : : : :
Mw ............
.........
June..

EC;>

stQtember . . . . ..
ootober ...............
l?ovmlbaDa%xwll~
.........

: :
: :

24
f
ll

14
29

iz
1,056
1,056
1,058
1,052
1,155
1,157
3,529

1943

y&-:~:::::::::
iYi@mbr .........
ootobor ..........
.........
lrov~ber
December .........

E:ig

248

n,W

12,427
13,814
l5,8U
*,158
22,410

342
5J+4
913
2,158
2,479
2,485
1,198

1,235
1,315
1,362
1,080
937

855
816
22
626
575
552

g!gz
54:141
p&g

2
g

63:703

5,428
8,914
12+6
14,856
15,858
19,202

19,H
20,046
2%079
m,OfJ4
20,010
20,014

1945
Jaumq
Fe-

..........
.........

tgik::::::::::
w ............
.........
June..
$a&.

: : : : : 1 1 : : :

2%
74:3q
88,715

46,437
g*7;

gig,

72:323
75,031
39,810

4%267
25,930

34,736
12,430

17,m
16,833
16,465
16,346
15,767
14,309
46
7

13,485
13,493

TorAL ..........

157

APPENDIX

K

Total
PrleQIler
~~

Total

1942 . . . .
January .
Felnwwy .
Maroh . .
Aplld....
May . . .
June......
July......
Augnet - .
September
ootoher .
lbvmber .
Decmber....

5l.2

. . .
. . .
. . .

.
_
.
.

.
.
.
.

_
.
.
.

0

3:
z;

. . .

g

39
55
130
130
380
5=

65

2
431
1,881

1943 . . . i
Janl-;;rar . . . .
. . . .
M?roh -....
A@1 __._.
May -1-1..
Jrme......
Je.JaY.::~:

February

septmh8r
. -.
oototmr -. . .
lkmdxw . * . _
Decenher - . . _
m-J+.
Jl~
.
Fem....
l4tmd.l . .
April
. e
Mxy ..-.-.
June. . I
y-w-::::

2,365
W+4
2,755
3Z~~
53:4_?5
fq58
130,299
163,706
167,748
Wp+
172,879

990
l,m6
1,334
2,146
22,UO
34,lti
a502
94,220
n5,358
J-l9,4fJl
122,350
=3,4ko

. . .
. . .
..I
a . .
I . .

septmher
. -.
OotQ~
. . _.
mva&x3r - _ * .
-w.
. . .

1-h,=
151,381
183,-;502
186,368
196,948
224,863
243,810
3q3f@
334,359,247
36%63

l24,830
127,252
133,135
133,967
zz
l-73:980
192,868
248,205
*x,344

305,3a1,93l

359,248
36l,493
p$
4%),206
425,174
tg%g
2

305,867
32%
34&J-lJ370;876
366,772
360,614

TOTAL . . . .
d Fir&

158

:
16
75
0
250
132

month for which any prieonera

Q
0
0
O0
0
0
0
0

123,141

51

478
37

0
1
0
7
0

2g
19,964
qofjl
%346
zgz
3g
1:om
@=7,363

1945 - ..I
Jamaxy . . . .
Fehnmry . . . .
llr%rah *...April
. . . . .
May . ..-..
June......
July......
Augwt.....

31"

1,448
2,497
5,yg
2,045

0

8"

117
0

li
21
17

195
0

67,140

232

378,x%
of war were report&

2

2Ll

2E
22
20
22
39

?%
a:559
*,26
0
95

4:
3
1,&l
l,l5,301
6,7%
%O=
12,267
0

;
4
14
2
ll
7

g%E
19:372
55,359
33,243
24,326
4,131

0

3.62

0

s
e4"
(B
1,809
14,069
2,035
1,179
246
s
4,z
6,~
I.&892

49,826
49,993
5’3$

3%

508
172
1%
52
0
122
6

2%

5

5o:L6k

5+32
51,m
51,Qn

140
49

. .._

.

.i .

,.. APPENDIX
.,

/

K

V

Japneae
Yearendkmth
l&&h

Lo

Be.

'

kputrlation
PrdRanefer

Repatriation
mmlTrfulafer
2

54
Jarmary.....
Februwy
.
l&arch......
April4
.
my . . . .
June .I....
July .s....
Awgaat . .
s@dber
.
Octobar.....
Eovembar .
Deed
.

. . .
. . .
. . .

0
0
0
- 0
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
9
3;
6
0
1

-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

14

76

I.2

4

. . . .
. . . .

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
e
10

10
0
1
0
7
0
26
a
3
0
0
21

0
0
1
0
7
0
1
2
1
9
0
0

1944 . .. . .

176

2,586

4

. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

,193

14

..,

Jarmarp .
February
Mch......
April.'.
May . . .
June .,....
JIlL
. .
Awswt .
seP*ar
October.....
EQTtwnber
Dacsmber

. * * .
. . . .
1 . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

January...
Febmmy .
March......
April . . .
May . . I .
June s,....
July . . .
,Avgoet . .
septedk
.
October . .
EmfRber .
Date
.

:

a
20
4
7
2
19
6

. . .
. . .
..m
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.

:
0
0
2

4
10
0

t
1

1E

. . .

26

&9@

. . . .

5
6

.
.
.
.

:
6

1945
Jemu-y.....
Febrnaq
lhrch......
Awl'......
Bku . . .
Jrme . .
JnQ . .
Am
.

4

. .
. . .

.
.
.
.

I
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

,l

2

TCTAL.....

I.22

560
17
26
246
26

c
.

z
605
2,152

116
142
;z;
z
3
1,143
2,242
2,443
%6FG!

2,820

;;g
3:915
4,246

2
161
38
E;
uEJ9
z
a

I-@
z
2

0
‘0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1

1
0
0

-

::
0
1
0
0

333
FE
5,424

\

0
0
0
0
0
0
. 0
0
0
0
0
0

2:
205

2,714

0
_ 0
0.
0
0
0
0
2
0

24

3

-~abvarPeFereportea.

159

I

.
I

e-

~--

I

,
.

,I

I

\

*

1

,

1

:

r

.
,

.APPENBIX

K
1
\

*

PRlSOliIER-Q-WAR I4AMMYS‘AV~,
I

AssIc;KED,Al0)WaRgED

+ i

.
I&n-clayeAvailableforWork

I4m-day~Umkea

TOtXd.
1944..
Jm..
Fem..
March . .
April
. .
hay . . .
Jmef-f
.
July....
blgulrt . .
%73pbmlbar
~ktober
.
lmmnbar .
Dacmlber _

f
_
.
.
.
.
.
*

2,424,&l

2,&5,442
3,@+,970
3,701,556
4,035,174
;>gn&

90.3

2,777,7*

PO& Work

381,*2
428,433
497,458
53&g

1,@3,932

707:523
724,373

X,817,363
2~7,296
Qq-370

E$gii
4:294:oog

2:;

5:704:305

Work

2,338,985
2,6e9&7
3,m4@1
3,465,843

fZ:;
91.4
93.8

1945 . .
Jane.
.
February . .
March . . .
April
. . .
I43y . . . .
June....
July....
August...

mcamp

paiawarh

91.4
Txai
m-3

&?35;a32

ww59

1,652,dc3
1,602,414

1,330; 633.
1,943,4*

=,=m-

1,146,762
2gg
1.116.221
1&2;914

;;;;g

2,351,324
2,794,5f34
2,a55,7a4

817h4
791,197

90.5

9,805,m

=,15&w

1944 *.-.

.

JEllUtU7.....
Felmewy

. . . .

!gz::::::
lhrJ . - . . - . 1

Jimmy......
yY&
: : : : :

i3c#aam..
. .
cctober . . - . .
.EQvmbm- . ..I
-ba. . -.
1945 . . . .
Jr-?.....
Febnmxy
.I..
XEuch......
Am.
. . . . e
El2
p&.

160

'

i,l66>91

;:i .

78,094,4%

=,236,513

28 7-j-o’ 132
-es-

g;;
86.7
8,259,739
a#-@,904
8,594,988

Contract
Work

.- .- .- -.. s .: : : : :

27,738
299,106
gm$
74:747
777,03=
45,m

14@7
14,u9
14,476
H,P3
%E)m
36,115
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colflplaint
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Cases Procese$rd

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Subversivee
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septenibar... i
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110,631
142,543
145,583
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5,727
6,443
6,264
7,380
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APPENDIX

Total

K

Service Commands
U. S. Amq Personnel

)rdnance'
m=+meld.

Chemical
warfare
Service

61.9

67.4

69.8

46.4

63.0

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. . . . . .
September . . . .

eJ 61.4

pl 82.0
76.5
62.6

eJ 68.4
78.0
71.2

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49.8
49.1

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61.8
a.5
54.0

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47.7
49.3
39.2

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1945 . . . . .

48.1

57.9

68.8

44.4

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57.6

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59.2

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56.5
141.4
52.8

53.3

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56.6

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16.9
15.1

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61.6
57.6

15.1
15.0
14.6

6264

10.5
9.7

66.4
59.9

Year
and &alt.h

i&22&s

1944 **...

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corps.

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Training

Tote1

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Prisoners
of war

January......
Februery . . . . .
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Ami1 . . . . . . .
Mfly - . . . . . . .
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July

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56.9
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April.
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33.0
65.0
81.1

July . . . . . . .
August . . . . . .

46.4
39.3

22

54.7

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58:6

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48.0
48.9
51.3

5:;

73.6
48.8

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22.0

46.5
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45.3

55.3

57.6

41.4

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17.6
15.6

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8.5
7.6

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tl/

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lg.8
33.3
20.1

41.4
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19.7

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13.4
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22.6
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5-7

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14.8
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10.2

16.2
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8.7

9.8

i.5

11.8

10.5

14.5

January . . . .
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9.9

10.1
Il.1
12.1

66:;
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13.9
13.6
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10.7
J-l.9
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15.2
13.3
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8.9
10.4
9.0

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12.2
10.5

2;
5.9

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11.0
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15.4
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6.3

6.6

4.3

7.9

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1944.

April
May

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2.2

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165
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APPENDIX-

Anw Theater63 in Contmtal

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contin

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l8:044:714
19,2@,771
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24,797,~4
28,010,04P
30,258,7~
32,865,216
36,765,425
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296,820

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314,954
339,176
353,690
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13.35
33.31

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APPENDIX

ACTIVITY

T

Period
Ending

@gMaxch . .
June . .
September
December
1943
March . .
June . .
September
December
1944
March . i
June . .
September
December'
1945
March. .
June
Julye)
1
Au.gu+/

.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.

Total
WarDept.
Milim
Funds
Authorized

APPROPRIATIONS
OFWARDEEPARTMENT

-T&P

Total
war Dept.
Oblistion8

L

Obligationa-ASF
Appropriations

Obligations
Finance
Service,

16,942,335 13,847,758 6,907,123 d/ 612,246
20,553,032 12~56,996 5,32P,F75 p/ C&,388
371490,993 14,943,262 7,6P7,824 a/ 450,102
17,524,484 18,001,736 11,425,116 ;i/ 784,288
43,@8,386 lp,814,547 11,271,478 -; Jpg
53,329 11,656,416 7,222,414 , 9
533,649 11,848,466 8,540,001 2,128,800
509,242 18,7Q,m 11,777,848 1~3,767
60,457,140 1; 3;: ,;g
; ,;T$ JT$ s,466,158
(31,804 , J
2,680,167
J J

. 1,083,450 7,P78,718 3,370,130
.
735,319 14,335@5 10,201,206
. 16,038,060 9,09+3,@35
. 1,092,537 5,494,739 ;$.gg
J J

o Major

Ordnance
Services
&

Supplies

ASF Appropriations

Siplal

Service

of the
Arms- l-7

Engineer
Service,

2,699,727
2,623,g84

225,411 d1&6,392
211,007 I/ 678,287

4,808,870
5,280,407
5,m3,257
2,239,606

194,196 l/

912,493
3~950,567
2,377,310
(417,470

y;;,g
2,841,358
3,231,069 1;638:o69
3,407,420 1,251,521
2,898,606

chemical
Warfare
Service
--

63,634
31,018

751,931
343,326 i/2,371,279
304,177 1,899,750
711,360 1,331,996
967,del 1,415,8d(
2,040,326 1 ,Q9,149
634,308
466,787
830,507 1,045,494

31,426
83,091
z%;,

649,403
360,232
792,642 1,329,850
168,489
z2;:1"
349,672
,
854,60:
731,615
290,84(
446,764
49,55:
384,857
(377,515
77,7&

228,327
l;gJ;g

158,322
56,946
26,579
187,274

153:408

299,388
1,3@+,93814,556,5@ 12,153,709 3,405,47: 4,29&
248,329
1,591,710 13,924,836 ?,402,805 3,291,60(:
1 21,7&,705 1,699,83c 2,246,641 1,216,55:
o33:515
47,436
.
399,032 (1,593,404 (191,963 1,260,325 (1,635,5@
1,7QQ
TOTAL f/ 224,8@3,202 .93,514,377 127,114,123 35,796,914 32,408,664 9,2&,071 16,799,134 2,121,775
.

Period
Ending
ff/

T

Obligations of Major ASF
Appropriations
(Continued)

Medical&
Hospital
lepartment

11
. .
Juneb
5
Decderd.
1942
March:.

Quartermaster
Service,

a/1,283,631
p/ 994,555

.
June . . .
September .
December .
L2!2
M83-ch. . .
June . . .
September .
December .
1944
4arc=i.=i.. .
June . . .
September .
ha3mber .

55,522 a/1,374,937
116,589 h/p7p9f&
104,123
280,748
,887:131

rune

100,647
18,802
20,522

1945
k&r-.
.

k&y ej 1 1
Algu8Tz/ .
TOTAL
,p/

85,403
94,362
49,105
92,042

2,863,550
2,031&P
1,765,373
1,310,939

3%

1,117,089
2,475,262
1,&5,553
1,459,651

&051

86,535
92J94

l&0,375
1,764,823
;zg f

LAJ+7,535 263% ,549

Transportation
Service,

Total ExTotal
WE&-L- penditures
of ASF
Depm--bent;
AppropriExpendiatlona
tures

Expenditures of
Major ASF Appxvprlatione
Finance
Service,
AW

3,948,126; 2,905,&a d/ 462,584
2,833,623 :/ 572,365
4,212,8& , 2,26(r,116
7,085,46c1 2 a&78;
9,533,741
11,573,6~4 7:261:034
4,=,651

Ordnance
Service &
Supplies

688,904
411,154

1,947,854 2,12't,Ol4
x?,416,8181 78JgJ:;;
2,097,371 2,193,367
12,336,048, c&61:504 2,230@2 2,130,1C6
13,06w+9 , 8,988,119 2#2,796
2,24J+,915
13,140,474 8,753,362 2,752,636 2,140,391
13,318,126 9,012,243 3,284,927 11999,557
' 478,183 12,718,176 8,550,935 2,965&'? 1,990,189
380,435 12,913,889 8~~54,921 3,219,556 2,236,036
12,103,245

630,346 14,205,312
14@3,7w
P:$gf
J t

l0,1go,~0
10,76l,o59

2,792,783
3,329,m
3,?'i'4,918
2341,299
!972,2@ 2J%J~
3,230,651 1,196@33 665:m

=snal

Service
of the

54,2l2
84,113
66,042

134,180
239,623
371,675
155,426
Egg:
648:98e
746,275
zE:g
6ot3:a
659,028
672,016
194,247
=5,348

,337,984 76,390,923 1:19,238,x9 34@6,952 30,625,578 7,515&Q

1 Mkatemlnua
quant ii-ties.
WIYE: Obligations 8re scheduled ai3 originally
reported for the reapectlve fiscal yeare, unadJwt& for COTectiona made in eneuing fiscal yeare. Consequently, the totals of quarterly
obligationa figure6 ahown do
ot represent the net cumulative obligations.
The net cumulative obligdtiona at any data are determinable
y adding to the unliquldated
obligationa outstanding the cumulative expenditures to that date for all perode involved, since the subsequent fiscal year adjusiauente are reflected in the current utiliquidated
bli~tione.

ee footnote8 on next page.

_

APPENDIX

ACTIVITY

OF WAR DEPARTI~

L

AFPF0?RIATIONS

(Continued)

(In Thousanasof Dollars)

Period
Ming
d

.chemical
Warfare
Service,

Engineer
Service,

a
Jtiev
.
Decemberd
&&5&z. .
June. . .
September
Decem@er.
1943
March . .
June . . .
Septder
December .

.
.
.
.
.

ASF Appropriations
(Continued)
Medical &
QuarterTrausporHospital
Jaster
tat ion
EkViCt3,
Depfkrtment
Service,

u$ 976,922 $ yg
q 614,446
,
g 449,050
17,085
gll,l%,l~
26,943
~605,793
$?g
1,577,456
t

8 E.99
,

28,182
42,914
59,777
93,511

q

zg:g

1:932!:557
2,052,881
2,070,488
2,032,m

90,85,124
2::;9

149,863
163,208
105,248
85,911

140,706
=&?3

;;g
80:323
80,274

1,902,663
1,946,724

. .

949,477
$g9g
751:636

March . . .
June. . . .
Julsd
- Augustd
.

951,256
770,038
235,085
310,747

133,164
205,556
47,834
46,470

93,179
93,704
29,567
31,065

1,7@,676
1,772,a3
5@+,=0
620,987

16,252,140 1,573,357

1,378,947

1944

.
.
.
.

March . . .
June. . . .
September .
DeOeniber
1945

Period

@&

Juney
. .
Decamber CJ
1942
. , .

~Abk'
December

1
. .

gklilber~

:
. .

1943
l4fcsrY..
December

x2!&
March . . .

June....
Se+nbsr
.
Deaenrber . .

1945
l&udiiY.
.
:ryiJ*
mt!y

1,280,501

: :
*

Z~$Z

Ordnance
Service
&

Fineno%
Service,

=$I@

March

?;;?:g
1:294:554

Supplies,

Unllauldated
Si&.p.lFd
Service
of the

1,975,037

1,770,323
1,555,159
482,774

1,591,424
33&??
8 R

vg,g
6:3P:P4

J+,m,6%

obligations,
Asm
Appropriations

$ 9,899,6Y
15,304,882
26,439,378
3g,m6,6=
49,337,389
49,420&5

$ 4,001,745
6,098,412

49,165,335
55,510,594
55,nO,172
50,977,078

23,270,962
26,548,675
27,109,=J23,869&4

fp;J&
43:2l3:590
35,794,440

18,383,468
19,572,43
18,388,413
171390,277

;;,pgg
32:776:825
27,023@5

19,353,&
15,994,8U
15,300,153
&877,539

Obligation

Major A57 .ppropriatl
Medic-al 84 Quarterchamlcal
Werferre
Eospital
r&aster
Serrtce,
Service,
-P-t

Eugineer
Service,

$2,288,573 $ 171,199
B ;y;;
0 gJ@
299,4498 ;%E9
3,818,W
,
,
8,348,824
426,248g/1,0%,192
49,741
5Gn
12,228,w3
123,415
635,393aJ2,261,284 no,626
162,088
14,185,289
831,277 31350,936
349,324
14,492,256 1,170,963 2,015,4% 3p; ,
284,865
13,2&,735 1,663,152 2,1&515
410,335
2l6,018
15,037,935
038,914
382,158
;9:2gz
2,339,-W
173,976
lp&
-,969
180,107
514,100
3:346:038 vWt%
1,843,u1
I ,
142,445
W.G83
499,306
L989,W
2,959,9% 1,804,6n
115,653
2,325,151
t;g9zg
$g$i
?ggi
2,245,934 416:929
1l5,380
:)"z9%
l2l,f%l
7:9l4:934 2:327:348 2,320,87C
bsd957
V74,W

Total

unliquiaatf3a

11,971,009
19,08$8W
23,068,861
22,930,265

25,790,3W 1,856,309

2,%%925
2,14l,W
1,997,053

93,153
&5,925
!%z,

1,85%4n

-

!lwAL

Total
unliqlliaatea
Obligations
of the War
Department

R9nsportation
SerTloe,
4kmnY

2,166,015

3g

1161933
106,390
-

s
-I

Data

quart

may. extypt

am owwmlee

iab1oatea

.

emll~ 3oJuue 1941)
OJ 8ixnDnths ena* 31DeoedbeJr1941
&/ -for
~drstlrepurpoeee
tX0.y; lmludes seweral indiriaual appropriatione
6J Tatal far single mnt&

rJ

BisoalYee+r194102ml?nthr,

fJ ~oludea amnautahownfor fieod year 1941
gl mw itan as of' t&i0 date

168

subseqmntlyocms&i&t&

APPENDIX

PR-

Month
and Year

L

OBLIGATIONSANDEXPENDITURES
OF MAJOROPERATINGAGENCIES

Wt3?2
Department
Total

corps of
Engineem

?z
Forces

m&=-k

Wecrfare
Service

1941

Junec.
. . .
December+ . . ,

m

1942
Egrcr
.
June* . .
Julya/
.
Augusr.....
Septembei
October .
November .
December .

.
:
.
.

.
.
.
.

5:881:186
3,223,3%
3,135,352
3,260,534

JanFebruary
Msrch .
April
.
May -June . :.

. . .
. . .
..a
. . .
. ...
. . .

2,489,338
6,034,825
23319,026
4,859,119
4,546,272

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

2,331,095
4,673,607
1,537,093
1,161,718
1,849,031
x,079,745

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
..
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

July.......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

1944

Jane.
February
.
kroh
April
.
Ma;p . .
June......

.
.
.
.

. . .
. , .
. . . $y;;>g;;
.
.
.
.

Jdy......

August.....
September
October . 1 1 1
November . . . .
December. . . .
L&t?

January . . . .
February . . . .
krch ..;
. .
April
M3y .:::::
June......
July......
Awet.....
-

I

TOTAL . . . .

2,28'+,024

$%459,466

1,000,9c6
1.659,W+

165,532
1,234,094
2,139,203
849,566
338,289
2,269,170
10,402
3,689,206
678,707
l'p&
911:388

683,364

575,659
1,904,177
392,760
1,684,258
361,687
279,779\
'g>;E
@O&23)

(569,719)
90,781
3,011,893 2,525,843
1,105,383 1,1@,224
1,089,543
175,976
30,580
29325,419
Gwzu
528,856
5,247,&2
11552,535 1,977&O
18,500
1,094,038
562,2%
612,650
353,000
1,955,029
1,251,227
190,490
236,872
164,072
(1,162,848)
WJ3ll’
(11357,831)
387,466
310:180 (1,222,152)
691,421
2,171,823
'm&g

(782,950) 1,412,101
38181,157 1,548,x6
(2,008,114) 1,183,415
624,260
p&5;
29397,251
728,507
336,440
2:207:731
975,234
(142,938)
52,664
(533,655) m9J95)
(3,615,049) (1,455,017) (19756,222)
91249,069

30,566,&7

* Data not ava: ible
( ) Indicate minus quantities
a/ No reports prior to this date
GTE: ObUations
shown are net obligations

l381344
14,598
279,812
(27,469)

$ 105,733 $ p5;
54,780
4421089
57,756
54:257
148,842
21,532
354,393
21,861
66,011
403,178
84,262
47,820
231,389

553,316
164,243
362,950
331,363
458,649
635,385

456,360
447,278
713,831
268,315
737,603
581,278

73,153
123,432
204,820
285,432
208.716
*3,802

351,724
77,397
(53,084)
257,916
99,275
242,692

135,375
19,109
105,927
144,093
507,882

421.676
682,485
w;Jm&~
202:451
638,835

$933;
48:256
140,151
79,584
77,441

199,035
393,966
280,604
64,863
345,620
16i',529

8,731
21,328
(2,538)
20,279

280,775
189,704
400,932
194,908
40,331
81,110

459,001
245,329
111,475
193,978
61,568
409,855

73,155
160,575
::':;:
127:150
83,593

23,255
23,839
19,978
24,129
23,965
19,816

28,634
61,311

298,542
(689,676)

46,333
877

6,105

62867,553 L1,091,211

1,978,111

$ l~~j.3~~

962,910
w'+o,699
1,303,664

?1,198,864

after

all

64,526

$ f$?Yg

adjustments of obligatlone

49,953
91,944
34,023
4yg

49,977
44,521
'y$'
9:140
38,971

71465
14,814
38,231
12,063
65,794
69,071
66,369

14,132
1,892

4,034
24,677
11,513
13,774

1,"pXg

6,515
10,784
10,326
8,104
;;,g;
9
11,284
20,032
15,827
19,43-i
29,074
14,954

'$;m$
11:256
121,800

;;?g
,

previously

3,958

937,654

inowed.

.I.69
.

APPENDIX

L

PROCUREMENTOBLIGATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF MMOR OPERKIXNG AGENCIES (Cont'd)
b Thousands of DoTotal
'et Proourement Obligations (Contta 3
Procurement I
TransporExpenditures
master
tation
of khe
corps
Agencies
corps
War Department

BQumter-

Month
SndY~
i!/

Misoellaneous

Air
Forces

Ordnance
Department

Signal
corps

d/$ 2,8oo,ooc)
1
0f 3,500,OOC

I

1942..

. .

March . .
June......
July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .

. . .

g&3

Januars,
Februa&
March .
April
.
May . .
June......

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

...a
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .
January .
February....
March . .
April
. ,
May . . .
June..
,
July......
August.....
September
October .
Nwember .
December.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. . .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

g//$183,870 d/$ 8,825 d$580,387
51,616
74,271
301,716
148,863 ff
g2?:;
150,504
383;001
34,789
460,339
83,858 ff
37,297
341,%8
336,866
324,671
190,731
643,329
363,651

157,720
72,704
33,869
47,394
159,480
251,592

34,971
71,136
0 fJ
0
0
0 fJ

159,945
286,003
331,151
360,921
400,448
332,142

22,666
95,760
139,624
72,079
44,302
50,897

0
0
0
0

265,465
277,026
245,033
478,983
593,066
405,446
176,295
492,637
466,056
454,182
520,178
544,182

c
143
0
14
53

26,458

1
0

69,969
"1;>gg

(1s"

71868
30,335
(36,674

18
12,481

310

1945

J-e....
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June...

.
.
.
.
.

July......
August.....

$2::
718:
159
701,721
679,137
716,075

430,069
=8,079

Term &/ . . . 15,330,551

8,295
44,@%

(31

9,206
12,336
7,124
64,986

:
C
C
C
0
0

'"19g
1,859,378

d

;> ;;g, 0:
,
,

6,800,oor)
c
8,300,oofI
*

8,6co,oo~
*

8,800,oo:
2,641,42C d$ @&g

2,784,712
2,723,65f
3,0&,553
2,362,844
2,=3,971

.

1,018;004
1,000,8!39
1,026,758
1,081,090

2,743,784
2,631,818
3,072,=
q&7,178
2,737,976,
2,586,522

1,025,425
335,049
1,203,3&
1,030,385

2,251,290
g,g87,4oo
2,555,743
2,@7,17?
2,720,086
2,474,491

920,231
1,017,139
887,656
920,891
875,555
807,464

2,821,64:
2,601,281

gg,;$

2,854,51:
3,u9,82t
2,868,07:

p9:06E
813,9a
857,706
681,267

$240,661

2,556,691
2,%7,38C;

1,418,9u

( ) IMicate minus quantities
Data not available
4 Bo report8 prior to this date
bJ Amounts shownaremontblv
totals exoeptas otherwise indicated
d Fiscal Year 1941 (12 pDnths enUng 30 June 1941)
4/ Sixmcmths ending 3lDecambar19Jtl
tg FatiDmte
fJ lktimate for quarter edhg at close of month indicated
g/ Excludes amount shown for fiscal yefir 1341.

170

)I

1

1,025,880

901,055

d$ 145,567
164,173
178,345
372,668
187,205
199,844
874,309
863,&l
214,057
801,625
766,769
836,174
676,404
705,534

204,993
228,842
262,915
224,111
221,324
194,033

506,555

161,861
233,124
185,530
197,437
188,423
165,939

618,391

212,800
169,978
=3,779
197,lM
218,765
213,484

gL;g
t

g2gf9

23,7m,8=

u,303,825

182,602

202,319
5p30,552 .

APPENDIX

pm-

L

OBLIGATIONS AND EXENDITURES OF MAJOR OPERATING ~Gzz?cm

(contla)

P
Month
anaYe.sr

corps of
Enginsere

oh&Cal
wiArfr%re
s%lTLc%

Jtme . . . . . .
Deosmber - . .

March. . .
June . . .
July . . .
Auguet . .
September....
October . .
November .
Deoember .

January.....
February
March......
April.
.
MFLy. . .
June . .
July4

..a
..I
. * .
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

. * . . .

h

;3JM;

218;195

iiig%&
Dotohmr-.
november
December

:
.
.
.

:
.
.
.

:
.
.
.

:
.
.
.

January.....
February
March.-.
April . .
May . . .
Jme . .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

July . . .
Auguet . .
September.
October . .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

231,433
263,820
310,542
224,000
326,161
243,046
g$izi
241:762

January.
Febrmry
Maroh.
April .
Msy . .
June .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

257,127
227,049
~;~~;
261:294
170,868

July . . . . . .
Auguet . . . . .

a7,187
225,713

e
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.........

g$$
m&39

267,-W
241,854
292,058

6,859,x5

E$g$

32,on
~%
32:577
31,02l
32,008

24,418
26,392
19,341
149,778
20,737
a,476

317,726
316,777
315,h8
z%
307:n4

41:568
44,867
47,271
6199

22;
49:793

22,096
22,605
20,687
24,263

330,593
32h8.74
337,055
:3gl
40&z

50,893
12,145
64,149
%Ezz
83:834

~~~
59:613

18,433

43,007
59,083
42,933
yg
431432

14,6fi4
17,193
17,304
18,264
16,7u

328,209
;p;
445:474
499,106
418,194

52,744
$22
57:030
5?;769
48,050

21,399
22,467
2-b22,381
2b530
19,660

513,404
~~~

49,682

679,782

650,958

2%
299:393
31,527
40,774

47,672
47,214

17,561
18,320

$%$,

18,663
=A@

11263,230

518,176

&317,460

19,191

14,674

51o:w

i
(1)
*
0
(4

4”
12,g
mf3)
(8)

&I
(3
(1;)
(6)

153

1,382,155

( 1 ~~~tef3
mimIa quarltitiefJ
9 Ro reports prior to this date

171

APPENDIX

T

Month
EUldYW3lE?/

Guarantee%
Iesuea
(Cumulative)

Guaranteea
out%tanalng

Amount
outstanding

L

Status of Contract Advance Payments
AavEulcee
Recoupment%
Ekxlance
t&de
(Cumdative)
wetaoding
(Cumulative)

1941

December . . . . .

b

1942
January . . . . .
February
. . . .

686,280

July.......
A-t......
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,

.
,
.
.

,
.
.
.

p&3

January e....
FebLuarg- .....
MBTch ......
April
......
May .......
June .......
JUy.......
August. .
September
October .
November .
December .

213,001
367,469
438,239
1,579,184
1,723,759
w37,807

2,o73,75;

2,Ou,695
2,219,358
2,414,201
2,571,5&
2,675,657

2341,584
2,592,0~

2,731,~6
2,9q923
3,189,178

.
.
.
.
.

g2:;
3:827&l
4,o68,313
y;;J&~
, ,

January . . . . .
February.....
M%rch . . . . . .
April
. . . . . .
Msy .*.....
June.......

;J',~J;$
5:54$15
5,777,315
;J;;;J~g
, f

July.......
August.
September
October .
November .
December.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

;JzJ;2i

3:3oa:769
3,487,7&
p&Y~
, J
4,231,173
p&g
4:522&l
xgJgz
,
J

257,892
324,252
413,582
552,397

446,386
577,410
737,840
939,056
1,12o,709
1,334,726

~658,037
1,856,950
1,994,995
1,998,276
1,956,193
1,930,133

681,558
725,272
899,867
959,717
986,526
984,958

3,5oO,425
3,635,173
3,791,518
3,991,251
4,141,6a3
4,281,401

l&q944
1,661,371
1,788,665
2,001,671
2,~,350
2,386,345

2,oll,482
1,973,802
2,002,852
1,989,x9
1,923,332
l&395,056

1@4,852
1,172,001
1,210,100
1,298,918
1,285,rlo
1,334,850

;,Y&W&

2,573,479
2@,331
2,832,oao
3:304:274
;J;p-g

Qo7,556
+4,557
+4,373
1,700,591
1,675,097
1,649,583

1,425,157
1,433,772
1,426,345
1,415,182
1,451,ooo
1,465,717

5,lO2,342
5,291,108
5,418,579
;J~Jii~
5;760:162

ypl-3l$
3:6&510
3,827&S
3,977,o37
4,142,4n

1,673,024
1,75o,o35
1,73o,o69
1,740,297
1,69o,777
1,617,741

1,489,416

5,896,748
5,966,314
f:z$z~

>g;g
4:559:803
4,6aa,o66
4,793,522
4,892,og

1,583,754
1,502,756
1,5n,284
l&7,992
1,3a7,560
1349,705

;cz%z
5:2T7:513
5,397,513

1,295,665
1,266,806
1,2fq!m
1,236,155
1,~3,1%
1,074,251

1,226,983
l&3,684
1,175,737
1,151,@7
l&=.,845

;J3zg
7;3la:o14
7,396,ou
7*553&g
7,635,326

qW396

3,g18,830
3,779,823

963,662
937,449

( ) l3d.icat.e minu% quantitiee
All amounts are -ee
a% of the end of the month
$ NO reports prior to this date.

172

89,541
=9,3m
161,914

l&682
208,417

1,427,513
1,399,2o3
1,344,lW
1,261,306
1,226,019

.
.
.
.
.

J%nuary . . . . .
Febm.....
March : . . . . .
April
. . . . . .
May . ..*...
June.......

Juls .......
Awwt ......

2,818,218

b 470,197

349,694

q$ 150,576

238,599
382,a77
468,604
%639,175
1,82O,241
1,976,9%

68,885

l,O38,87O
1,516,601
1,755,626
2,104,620
2,434,36o
2,732,a34
2,932,332
3,0?6,gw
3,264,859
1,210,252

$$160,694

b

596,739
ig;g
l,oo5:956
1,257,626
1,4o5,932

899,346

March : .....
April
......
May ........
June .......

539,082

$$545$
4:a44:o61
4,953,857

612411713
6,325,266
;;g:g
617201456
6,a46,36l

204,296
258,975

;Jgxz
J ,
5,922,030
$061,388

995,932
873,526

APPENDIX

L

BUSFISCALOPERATIOm
WarBonds
Issued
(cost
Price In
Thousands)

Month
and Year

Ruder of
Death

Gratuitier
Paia.

Humber of
Trenafers
3f Persona:
pundsfrom
Overseas

L
T

--

Age of

n

Oldest
unpaia
Pransporta
tion Bill
@ass)

1941
DeceiZZ . . .

..,
. . .
. . .
. . .

January .
Februars .
March 1..
April
. .
MSJ . . .
June......

. . .
. . .
. : 1
. . .

July......
August. .
September
October .
November .
December .

g$

5;
574
1,162
1,685
1,843

34
30
19
I2
I2
14

g 77915wc

5,378
9,182
16,659
19,241
27,699
37,330

I.2
I.2
l2
14
13
Ill

889,384
957,364
1,085,992
1,165,442
l,263,650
l,338,210

ll
11
13
15

yj 2,321

54,451
48,303
65,515
67,784
58,452
46,730

; $2
311%
3,664
3,013

Jan--.
. . .
February . . . .

60,319
$Jg

3,640
3t,8$

April
. . . : :
Mcy . . . . . .
June......

66:499

41224
5,693
5,916

.
.
.
.
.

l&uwh I..

zigsa
:::::

September
October .
Rwember .
Deoember .
Jsnuan

.
.
. . .
. . .
. . .

. . . .

Febl?luYiy
. . . .
!gz :::::
Hej .*....
2glG
TOTAL

zig*;;;
,
90,762
73,2(rl
y-g
63h43
73,663

i2g;
771563

2,707

6,709
8,235
20,917
15,706
14,460
a339
20,575
p3&

..,

~2~:
7918%

15:361
20,480
16,730

: : : : :

74,234
74,w

15,567
11,421

June...

.

.

l

Offices

;30
33

.
.
,
,
.

.
.
.
.
.

)lsbursing

38
32
29

:..
. . . : :
. . ..(
. . ..a

July......
August....,
September
October .
November .
December .

FVOCUdIlg
Offices

S
T

Numberof
Voluntary
(class E)
Auoiments
OfPayin
Effect

42

1942
Januz.z.. . .
Februsm . . .

March
April
May .
June.

T

CommercialBills

Unpaiabb=Than60~

.

aJ Ii0 reports prior

VW&w
to thle dab

259,400

4

Lx,206
40,562
67,609
89,102
105,419
115,410
149,6x?
172,873

8

1,426,284
1,519,289
1,598,026
1,709,602
1,804,503
1,954,495

162,233
158,358
l%,L80
218,963
285,574
273,865

15
19
20
19
13
I.I.

2,093,%0
21186,363
2,285,692
2,4@,157
2,501,999
2&5,053

270,810
303,540
346,775
382,120

I.2
10
9
10
I.2
l2

q 12,846
10,212

2,8%695
2,&32&M
2,9%,783
3,u6,419

:
ll
10
I.2

7,034
5,565
4,524
2,913
2,8U
3,296

z

1,463
1,533

;i+:;i#

33w:
3951824
3%669
382,908
w3,084
g;g

6,644,628

33;gz:z
2,863
1,8x1

3,443,981
;,pp&

:2

3:8whs

z;

?i$%2
,
,
;>g;py
9 >

APPENDIX

L

MISCELLANEOUS
FISCAL OPERATIONS
(Continued)
Pamily Allows~~es
Disbursements (in Thousends)

I
Month

Number
in Effect

andYem

December .'.

. .

January
February.
March .
April
.
May . .
June......

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
. .
. .

July......
August.....
September
October .
November .
December .
January .
February....
March -. .
April
. .
May . . .
June......

.
.
.
.

. . .
. . .
. . .
. . .

July....

, .

T

Total

! :/
L
?/1,152,391

1,52k,ljF

1,761,30(i
Ic
1,964,5@
2,210,76:?
2,366,797
2,482,721
c
2,615,42:L
2,707,26:L
2,792,95'

~vernment
Share

T

Rumber of
Soldiers
Deposit
Accounts
in Effect

1

Enlisted
Man's Share

112,912
121,738

127,175
133,947

49,319
@,109
z%T
$;1;;
,

23,248
24,388
22,173
22,231
20,186
18,134

I
3,083,2O'i
3,206,00-i,
3,291,m
3,383&z I
,
;2gJg
J , 1

167,450
181,635
202,685
205,120
224,550
227,169

100,470
112,613
129,143
131,277
148,282
147,660

6980
69,021
73,542
73,843
76,268
79,509

250,327
266,818
276,915
294,093
314,060
332,620

.
.
.
.
.

3,739,437
I'
p&y;
3:860:30;
;fg,;g
, ,

237,956
244,425
249,733
:gyg:
254:507

154,671
158,876
2t22:
1641837
165,429

83,285
85,549
87,404
;fp$

359,071
382,299

January . . . .
February . . . .
March . . . . .
April
May .:::::
June......

3,874,13:
3,897,51c
3,9%,95:
3,913,5%
z;g;::

254,855
254,853
257,720
261,647
266,916
271,377

170,025
172,867

July......
August . . . . .

3,851,513
3,815,ou

275,831
275,923

175,705
175,763

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

)
21982,735

January . . . .
February . . . .
March . . . . .
April
May .:::::
June......
July......
August . .
September
October .
November .
December .

1944

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL . . . .

2,862,215:
2,898,8859

142,482

147,831
148,!m

6,477&o

16,635

165,654

164,168
166f59

4#9,384

Chmpensims
OnEarIa

4,556,693
5,260,331
5,965,942
6,539,168
71135,892
7,679,794
8,287,644
9,005,390
9,349,282
9,372,93
9w+,132 id 18,097
18,868
91417,130

159,008

September
October .
November .
December .

Allotments
in Effect

hd~~a
GAO

:4:;:
421238
50,033
50,136
53,721 dl57,626
164,080
170,862
w:
621462 178,216
64,648
204,604
65,517
218,597
234,428
65,932

;+%i
80:020
83,183
83,385
93,076

August.....

Inelll-SllCC?

b
Rumber of

!/2,313&O
2,656,924
3,026,133
3,459,362
4,000,865

$ 16,700 !/ 8 2;Jg id/$ 7,406
48,380
20,699
281667
22,151
28,850
35,848
SJf
2;i:
951324
114,054

hiber of
Life

@?:q8
89,199
89,~
93,552

;3,97&
c&lo

100, I.27
100,160

2,448,156

LX/ Ho reports prior to this aate.
b/ Excludes pm form suspension on whloh no action is required.

426,906

!$g,;;;

9:939:635

18,465
17,342
16,343
15,108
14,051
13,311

3%
49bw

9,99%752
10,016,534
10,022,331

519,063
547,839
iE?g
64917%
694,355

10,040,780
=G@
1o,ol2,l83
12,014
10,014,896
11,246
10,054,534 iI 8,867
10,075,362 Lt./ 8,278
10,131,&x
k/ 8,643

703,707,406

10,020,440

k/ 9,288

9,908,343 Id 8,357

AI’PENDIX

N

!EFMtNATIONSINITIAL
WARDEF'ARTMfZNTCOIiTRACT
Year en& Month
All Contracts

1943
Through31%~ &/
1944
January.
February
March..
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
% September
October .
November
December
1945
January.
February
March..
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

15,506
1,597

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

I

.

.

,

.

2,212

2,249
1,479
1,478
1,579
1,089
1,031
1,567
1,805
1,487
991
1,179
1,419
1,622
2,135
4,818
8,041
5,805
69,106
(4)
128,189

Aajustments , ,
TOTAL. . . . .

Number
Fixed Price

15,286
1,581
2,170
2,197
1,467
1,463
1,553
1,072
1,001

1,544
1,801
1,476

983
1,166
1,399
1,582
2,083
4,739
7,985
5,744

68,920

l-

Year and Month -AUl Contracts

1943

Through-l Dee EL/
1944
Jenuers.....
Feb&y
. . . .
March......
April . .*. . , ,
May . . . . . , ,
June . . . . . .
July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September , . . .
October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

194

Januarg.....

Febr&y
....
March ......
April ......
May .......
June ......
JuI.y ......
August .....
Aajustments g/.
TOIXG . . . . .

220

$ 9,718,986

52
I.2
15
26

733,624
1,5&,417
913,724
732,016
418,317
23,600

$I
23
4
cL.l
8

g,;:
1,544:279
l,472,229
104,962
321,600

13
t:

29,296
163,456
383,807
2,050,733
;,g,33;

2

z
z",

1;004;213
14205,395

186

0

(80,754)

127,208

981

43,343,233

Number
Fixed Price

2,596

2,439

505
432
522
514
347
428
324
239
239
294
287

493
E
502
333
405
310
215
218
293
276

206
1%

198
167

107

commlt nt Value (Tho
- us ma6)
CPFF
Fixed Price
All Contracts

CPFF

(11)

~AJRFEKXSCONTRACT

100

$ 7,727,253
643,z6
.944,61g
625,501
275,220
383,709
294,423
175,616
519,290
622,276

1,991,733

$

90,498
561,798

288,223

456,796

34,608
p;;’

110,718
228,238

4451285
922,003
176,=9
(5,756)
93,362

;g,;g
208:852
851,398
3,410,749
1,935,902
11075,928
10,824,@%

yy~~
174:955
l,l99,385
11155,584
236,961
(71,715)
3,361,389

4,950
32,514,681

(85,704)
10,828,552

1,296,110

TERMINATIONS
INITIATED - NJ!ZlY

r
CFTF

157
E
34
12
14
23
14

24
21
1
ll

7
a

283
334
630
l,ll7
766
9,851

295
561
1,063
712
9,747

:::
104

36

36

0

20,243

19,489

24.6

- NEP

;;
2;

754

Ill
-

Comnltm3nt Value CTh0us~as)
Fixed Price
Contracts

$ 3,.456,372 $ 2,531,037
209,840

823,823
363,708
593,893
249,109
mp;'
623b59
l,l96,249
1,101,449
(;g,g
,
(102,299)
(131,221)
135,753
i&61,521
2,573,647
614,966
226,860
7,460,623
33,797
21,244,287

CPFF

$

925,335

=4,u7
277,300
208,327
149,290
214,765
83,464
83,U
390,229
297,650

85,713
546,523
155,381
444,603
34,344
';v&w;'

$t6,220

2331630
898,599
155,229
6,827
125,769

p37;

(159,673)
1,253:398
'1;7,;;;'

481374
408,u3
1,515,425
662,092
315,119
4,893,307
33,797
13,203,291

1,058,222
2,567:316
12g;
0
8,040,996

(1 InUcate minus qusntl ties.
* After transfers, rescissions, end revisions of prior-month data.
a/ Series were in existence for prior periods, but exact figures are not obtainable with reasonable effort
amI research.
b_/'Includes transfer from Signal Corps of 36 terminations amounting to 34,675,000.

175,

P
.APPENDIX

T

Ruder
Year an& Month

1943

Thro&&3lDec

All Contra-

4

Fixed

Price

12,910

12,847

1,092

1,088
1,778
1,709
965
1,130
1,148
762
786
1,326
1,508

January.....
February
March. .
April . .
M?4y. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,:Zi
1,511
1,200
884

1,200

Febru&y
March
April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

973
1,233
1,339
1,799
4,188
6,924
5,039
59,255

968
1,232
1,336
1,788
4,178
6,922
5,032
59,173

Adjustments . .

(40)

TOTAL . . . . .

107,946

1,780
1,727
965
1,131
1,151
765

1945
JbnuziF. . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.

883

N

CPFF

Commitmentvalue (Thouaanda~
All.Gontracts

63

$i6,262,614

4

523,784
682,594
550,016
138,123
16g,m8
210,585
105,973
340,716
348,030
370,780
120,872

2

la

0

1
;
6
i
1

253,906

Fixed Price

$5,l%,2l6
518,999
Ep1:49
125:930
168,944
=Q,959
92,506
129,061
::;'g
1331455
286,313

cm?
$l,o66,398

4,785

15,275
132,842
12,193
&
13,467
211,655
23,404
z&
(32:407)
18,985
152,837
87,576

160:4ja
443,275
1,895,324
1,273,810
760,809
5,930,699

284:087
'S)

82

131,595
294,677
248,054
389,262
l,992,686
1,557,897
777,353
6;144,772

(40)

0

(114,551)

(28,847)

(85,704)

107,719

227

22,098,946

19,311,390

5
:
11
10
7'

x?%

16,544
814,073
2,787,556

ORDNANCE
DEPARTMENT
CONTEUCT
TERMINATIONS
INITIATED - NEW
Year and Month

January...,.
February .
Mwch......
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .

1945

Januav.
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July ..,
AuSust .

. . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . .
. . . .

Adjustments . . .
TOTAL. . . . .

T
AIl‘Contracts

Number
Fixed Price

7;l69

7,129

598
1,032

596
1,027

z:
::
386

E:
380
350
383

T
CPFF

All Contracts

Fixed Price

40

$5,030,371

$4,005,7=

:
la
1
2
2

5;
774
578
323

G8'
322

393
730
698
1,042
2,168
2,197
1,532
11,315

388
729
695
LO43
'2,160
2,196
1,529
11,258

(4)

(4)

:
57
0

34,002

33,839

163

:z;

conrmitment
vkchlscrhousanas,

:
d
1
5
:
(;I

407,682
;$;:81
6&w&
881520
76,420
259,163
207,163
138,202
(g,,;,)
J
58,233
297,974
216,612
309,792
1,718,628
l,285,333
390,836
3,%1,-m
(79,864)'
l5,473,078

392,073
543,816
214,943
50,874
93,236
f%W
62,953
51,481
184,416
117,312
(92,771)
163,465
39,248
145,137
=9,036
401,956
1,660,137
9!pg

3,=6:355
5,841
12,764,618

CPFF

$1,024,659
15,609

31,575
'::,z
'214

22,747
2wm
o.2,5a2)
(32,407)
18,985

5,450
835,438
(85,705)
2,708,460

. + . After transfers, rescissions and revisions of prior-month data.
( ) Indicate minus quantities
af Series were in existence for prior periods but exact fQures are not obtainable with reasonable effort
and research.

176

APPENDIX

N

SIGNAL CORPSCONTRACTTEBMINATIONSINITIA'IED - NET*

Year and Month

All Contracts

NUllbe
Fixed Price

CPFF

I

0

c

January.....
February
March.
April . .
Way . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1945
January.
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July
.
August .

. .
.,..
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

. .
.
.
.
_
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

Adjustments c/.
TOTAL . . . . .

Connnitment Value (Theusends)
All Contracts
Fixed Price
CPFF
$

148
218
335
190
483
353
177
172
232
203
203
170

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

7,972
30,345
156,584
51,067
48,099
40,865
8,375
51,985
73,874
77,259
26,512
40,362

149
166
173

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

30,682

30,682

:z
908
1,136
16,480

149
166
173
195
516
908
1,136
16,480

18,924
14,335
135,541
82,370
184,284
717,847

18,924
14,335
135,541
82,370
184,284
717,847

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(36)

(36)

0

(34,69j)

(34,695)

0

23,586

23,586

T

1942
Through 3lDec a/
1944

Jar&$-.
.
February .
March. . .
April . . .
May. . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
3eptemher ,
October . .
November .
December .
1945
January.....
February .
March. . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
b
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

156,58’+

51,067
48,099
40,865
8,375
51,985
73,874
77,259
26,512
40,362

(6,010)

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

All Contracts

CmF

1,118

1,095

23

39

43
257

4';

232

157
42
41
154
289
171
232.

287
160
320
363
999
1,877
1,096
~5,666

287
160
320
352
997
1,876
1,092
15,641

0
23,208

171

TOTAL. . . . .
i

38

100

;;

E
155
289

Adjustments . .

-r

(:)
(1")
(1)
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
11

I

(6,010)

wb939
- NET*

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
KU Contracts
Fixed Price
CPFF

T

t
$ 304,249

$ 279,573

34,887
17,297
9,374
(y;)

33,597
9,307
(156)

u:320
3,432
7,666
14,109
108,952
183,052
23,819

I-J-,320
3,432
3,692
13,453
108,952
183,052
23,819

26,053

26,053
':,;;:'

(3,461)

$ 24,676

28,648

6,239
(16J3:;)
(889)
50
0
0
3,974
656
a
0
0

6,674

0

4'
25
n

3,865
55,878
112,147
87,407
94,309
701,949
D

17:727
73,276
93,535
83,215
723,314
0

23,144

64

1,801,983

1,722,887

2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

7,972
30,345

2285,939

Number
Fixed Price

40

.

0

148
218
335
190
483
353
177
172
232
203
203
170

CORPSOF ENGINEERSCONTRACTTERMINATIONSINITIAmD
Year and Month

$

$ 529,360

529.360

0
0
0
;: g::
(6;128)

11,094

(21,365)
0
k

79,096

*, . After transfers, rescissions z 1 revjsions of prior-month data.
( 1 Inaioate
minus qmtities.
a/ Series were in existence for prior periods but exact figures exe not obtainable with reasonable effort
and research.
c/ Includes trsnifer of 36 terminations with a value of $34,675,000 to A.~IIIYAir Forces.,

177

--

APPENDIX

‘N

CHEMICALWARFAREl
SEFiVICECONTRACTTERMINATIONSINFt'IA!&
Number
All Contracts / Fixed Price

Year and Month
1943

Th.cougg

Dee &/

Januarc.
February.
arch.
.
April . .
M7.y . . .
June.. .
July. . .
August..
September
October .
November.
December.

,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,285

$143,730

1,410

8,084

8,084
2,957
1,421
2,089

53
1,107

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

0

3,822.

3,822

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

:%
121
114
53
1,107

Adjustments . .

::
134
113

it?

130

134
113
80
130

::
126

;:
126

a0

110

110

33
23

33
23

35

$5

20

TOTAL . . . . 0

$143,730

1,410

.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

0

Commit !nt Value (TheIll@ imaf3)
All Contra&E Fixed Price
CPFF \

7,340
11,890
22,923
7,367
10,223
27,974
10,871
6,260
23,589

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January .
February.
March . .
April . .
M5.y . . .
June. . .
July. . .
August. .

CPFF

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

1945

1,285

-I-

- NET*

20

:z
121
114

21,458
2,646

2,957
1,421
2,089

12,182

9,953
6,596

284,908

0

625,871

$

7,340

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

11,890
22,923

7,367

10.223
~x:'1.
61260
23,589
21,458

2,646

0
0
0
0
0

12,182
9,953

0.

6,596

0
0

284,908

0

0

625,871

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
CONTRACT
TEXMSNATIONSINITIATED - NET*

T

Year and Month

Through 31 Dee c/
1944
Januare.
. . .
February. . . . .
Karch. . . . . .
April . . . . . .
May * . . . . . .
June. . . . . . .
July. . . . . . .
August......
September . . . .
October . . . . .
November. . . . .
December. . . . ,

CPFF

1,588

1,588

0

53

53
223
182
109
62

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

223

182
109
62
54
2

a;

22

22

2;

17

23
45
17

39

39

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

25
a6
213
52
1,650

52
1,650

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Adjustments . .

0

0

0

TOTAL . . . . .

4,549

4,549

January .
February.
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June..
.
Juls. . .
August. .

.

All Contracte
~-

Number
Fixed Price

.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

21
21

21
21

z
213

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
T
CPFF
All Contract6 I Fixed Price

$ 43.?37
y;;)
ei106
1,380
(153)
2,496
(2)

$ 43,237
';,;;;I
21106
1,380
(153)
2,496
(2)

98
352

98
352

590
332

590
332

210

426
106

210

426
106
747

747
377
1,717

377
1,717

:Jii;
411668

2;:;
411668

0

uo,g61

0
110,961

s

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
a
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

* After transfers, rescissions and revisions of prior-month (ial ;a.
( ,)Indicate minus quantities center figure in columns.
a/ Series were in existence for prior periods but exa'ct figures are not obtainable with reasonable effort
and research.

178

N

APPENDIX

QUARTERMASTER CORPS COI'ERACT TERMINATIONS

Year and Month

T

Number
i

1943

kll Contracts

Fixed Price

CPFF

592

592

0

141

&41
93

0
0
0
0
0
0
'0
0
0
0
0
0

Through 31 Dee a/
*
January , . . . .
February . . . .
March . . . . . .
April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .
July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September . . , .
October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .
1945
January . . . . .
FebruaEy . . . .
March. . . . . ,
April . . . . . .
May . :. . . . .
June . . . . . .
July . . . . . .
August . . . . .

10,128

10,128

Adjustmente . .

0

0

14,698

14,698

;

;:

70

70

E
90
184

z:
90
184

78
141
78

78
141

z;

58;

76
104
234
1,262
975

TOTAL . . . . .

T

78

76
104
234
1,262
975

INITIATED

- NET*

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
t All Contracts
CPFF
Fixed Price C
8

52,682

$

:b

52,682

11,125
7,985

7,985

15,364
4,071

15,364
4,071

:,z

xi;

8,637

8,637

61761
4,354

6:761
4,354

2,850
1,844

2,850
1,844

3,043
1,735
8,054

3,043
1,735

2,878

10,215
71,873
66,830
902,557

2,878
10,215
71,873
66,830
902,557

0
0
0
,O
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

0

0

0

1;208,267

1,208,267

0~
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

.a,054

L

January.....
Febr&y
March. .
April . .
May . . ;
June ; .
July . .
August .

CORPS CONTRACT TEBMINATIONS

Nmher

T

INITIATED

i411 Contracts L Fixed Price

CPFF

143

143

,O

44
36
3

44
36
3

;:
11

11

23
43
34

E2

E?

z

0
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

65,263
28,407
3,326
34
3;:gt
4,792
8,784
24,588
16,062
10,576
55,081

G

4':

5,074
1,376
(1,569)
2,256
15,060
31,617
134,050

0

0
;+
34

- NET*

CommitmentValue (Thousands)

Fixed Price

111 Contracts

194j

0
1

TRANSPORTATION

Through 31 Dee G/
1944
January . . . . .
February . . . .
March. . . . . .
April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .
July . . . . . .
Awst
. . . . .
September . . . .
October . . . . .
November . . . . .
December . . . .

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

19,350

19,350

11,125

L

Year and Month

0

$ 141,922

13

141,922

CPFF
b

0

16,062
10,576
55,081

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5,074
1,376
(1,569)
3,913
2,256
15,060
31,617
134,050

CO
0
0
0
0
0
,O
10

65,263

28,407

3,326
34
3$2;46
4:792

8,784
24,588

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

353
195
2,909

2,909

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Adjustments . .

0

0

0

5

5

.O

4,081

4,081

0

592,847

592,847

0

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . :.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

24
2

24

2
353
195

* After transfer!
rescissions
prior-month
E/ Series were in existence for prior periods but exact figures
and research.

3,913

are not obtainable

with reasonable effort

179

APPENDIX
WARDEPARI?~

Year and Month

Lz.2!5
1944

Through 31Dec d
January .
February
March. .
April
.
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . . .

I

L

CPFF

C&uni.tment Value (Thousands)
All Contracts
Fixed Price
CPFF

11,252

79

$ 2,938,649

1,209
1,396
1,827
1,665
1,630

1,199
1,386
1,807
1,655
1,614

10
10

384,470
457,141
445,076
434,228
451,368

1,765
1,681
1,443
1,674
1,650
1,930

1,727
1,659
1,416
1,659
1,623
1,911

;:
22
27
15

~252,639
563,664
714,758

19

1,707bai

1,535
1,312
1,624
2,139
3,401
4,453
4,034

1,495
1,296
1,603
1,783
2,114
3,370
4,425
4,014

40
16
21
17
25
31
28
20

822,804
608,go6
975,898
776,143
1,191,049
891,699
1,054,219
542,181

(5)

(4)

(1)

4,608

51,260

50,750

510

1,746

1,800

Adjustments q.

r

11,331

1,766

1945

January.....
Februa&
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

CONTRACT
TF;RMmATIONSSl!!ITI;ED

Numb=
Fixed Price

Rll Contracts

N

20
10
16

All Contracts

January ..
Februai-y
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

Aaju5tm5nte

TOTAL.

.

.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

1,521
5,336
25,918
13,231
3,036
337,715
65,731

464,159
474,541
577,089
1,303,743

250,599
288,896
80,149
404,238

569,525
501,229

253,279
107,677
306,441
116,602
190,621
287,161
154,723
255,256

g

10,184

;c:

1,000:428
604,538
z?;z;t

4,951

(343)

15,345,743

3,229,301

fixed

Price

CPFF

1,516

57

273
273
101
213
310

263
266
97
207
295

10

zicz

z:;
558

577
416
510
413
483

391
497

387

471

362
226
219

0

.

8,602

893,018 $
172, al8

147,857
28,856
54,880
120,291
365,285
437,605
233,386
:gf::
334:302
532,214

Fixed Price

CPFF

839,604 4b
t
171,297
142,662
27,945
53,681
117,355
46,416
391,620

53,414
1,521
5,195
911
1,199
2,936

318,869

2451213
254,209
475,282

45,985
2,387
110,465
280,240
80,093
56,932

zx~

EE
229

321,888
7wa9
192,953
253,309
626,768
182,506
451,438
22,409

31,831
20,042
289,649
25,228
188,560
224,995
119,501
39,695

0

0

(877)

(877)

0

8,204
1

398

7,289,276

5,389,628

1,899,6+a

274
358

i

6
15
14
25
19
25
13
26
12

$

Value (Thousands)

353,719
94,131
482,602
278,537
815,328
407,501
570,939
62,104

211
201

379
408
507
244

1

All Contracts

T

32
15
18
11
21
28
25
15

330

285

SEITLEtl
Coatment

1,573

ly
.

382,949
451,805
419,158
420,997
448,332
599,173

w

Number

Through 31 Dee af

71,330

1,186,yo8
553,480

‘6$“,::

2i

$

2,fW,m

936,888

ARMYAIR FORCESCOKCRACT
TE-ATIONS

Year and Month

$

() Indicate minus quantities
aJ Series were in existence for prior periods, but exact figures are not obtaibable with reasonable effort
and research.
df Reporbed subsequent to original report of settlement.

180

I

APPENDIX

N

ARMY SERVICEFORCESCONTRACTTEBMINATIONSSETTLEB

Year and Month

1111 Contract6

comatmsnt Value (Thousands)

Nymber
t
Fixed Price

CPFF

211 Contracti

Fixed Price

1

Through 31 Dee '2,/

9,758

9,736

22

$ 2,045,631

$ 2,027,715

January.....
February.
Maroh. .
April . .
May . . .
June. . *
July. . .

936
1,123
1,726
1,452
1,320
1,416
1,285
1,104
1,027
1,164
1,237
1,447

9%
1,120

0
3
16
4

211,652

211,652
309,143
391,213
367,316
330,977
552,757

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
,
.
.

August. . ,
poh~lg7r .
. .
November..

.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
.
.

.
.
,.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

December. . . . .
JWii

1,173
1,086

. . . . .

February.
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June. . .
July. . .
August. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . . .

1,101

1,025
1,162
1,236
1,440

EE
379:348
331,077
571,603
815,034

2
L3
3
2
2

322,936
11175,767
469,085

17,916
'0

141
25,007
12,032
18,%
19,746
7,797
140,134

1222
195:297
229,328

2371984
;;5o,g

:

$

i3~2,

a%
347,306

247,637
427,140
476,504
406,232
373,660
42c032
448,058
264,516

221,448
87,635
16,792
9;,37;
62:166
35,222
215,561

1,515
1,760
2,993
3,946
3,790

1,165
1,085
1,402
1,509
1,756
2,990
3,943
3,785

(5)

(4)

(1)

5,485

5,828

(343)

42,658

42,546

112

11,285,768

9,956,115

1,329,653

1,405

Adjustments d/

1,710
1,448
1,319
1,410
1,272

CPFF

-4971606
54;34,:;2
G?:;;
483;28o
480,077

ORDNANCE
I);EPARTMEWI'
CONTRACTTERMIXATIONSSETTIED

Year end Month

T
Lll Contracts

1943

Through31DecaJ
1944
....

Janm~.

February. ....
March, .....
April ......
May .......
June. ......
July. ......
August. .....
September ....
October .....
November. ....
December. ....
&
January. ....
February. ....
March. .....
April ......
Nay .......
Tuna. ......
July ........
August. .....

TOTAL . . . . ,
,.

(1

a/

g

CPFF

l-+

1ill

Commltmnt Value (Thousands)
Contracts
Fixed Price
CPFF

5,414

5,406

8

91 1,461,284

475
644
1,030.
756
619

475

0

178,318
231,911
302,995
267,781
233,869
461,725
635,391
219,243
227,283
142,941
103,604
998,179

E;
490
446

Adjustments g.

Number
Fixed Price

643
1,014

752
618
641

1

16
4
2
10
2
2

;Et2"
73e

%
444
579
341
725

497
508
672

489
507
669

Lizi
1,329
1,373
989

i!E
1,326
1,372
986

(5)

(4)

(1)

5,499

19,989

19,905

84

8,187,071

1
1

7

356,847
425,753
332,661
343,836
256,728
397,063
227,470
376,690

6 1,450,225

e

178,318
231,885
277,988
255,749
233,769
442,879

622,467
215,469
87,149
134,941
103,549
650,873
135,399
338,118
315,869
252,462
255,478
a:,"9$i
1621563
5,841

!6

11,059
0
26
25,007
12,032
18,iiii
12,924
3,774
140,134
8,000
347,3z
221,448
87,635
16,792
91,374
1,250
62,166
7,722
214,127
(342)

6,905,636

1,281,435
L
L
quantities
Series wem in existence for prior periods but exact figures are not obtainable with reasonable
effort and research.
Reported subsequent to original report of eettlemnt.
Indicate

-L

minus

181

'l_A_PPENDIX N
SIGNAL CORPSCOIVTRACT
TERMINATIONSi?XITIs)
YearendMonth

Ul Contracts

1943

T~;ro~31Dec
1944
Jenuary.....
Febru&.
Max& . .
April . .
May..
.
June. . .

d

.

July...
August. .

September
October ,
November,
December.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

I

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

r

CPFF

743

743

0

123
189
372
233
267
243
174
266
342

123
108
136
243
189
372
233
267
243
174
266
342

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

108
136
243

.

Number
Fixed Price

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.
.
*
*
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.

231
196

231 196

193
254

193
254

22

22

570

570

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Adjustments c&:

0

0

0

TOTAL. . . . .

6,122

6,122

1945

Jsnue.
February.
March . .
Aptiil . .
h&Y. . .
June. . .
July...
August. ,

212

212

Coxmitment Vault (Thousands)
All Contract
Fixed Price
WET

$

lLIL Contracts

Through 31 Dee af

1944
Janllkzy. . . . .

February.....
March. . .
April.
. .
May . . . .
June...
July. . . .
August......
September .
October . .
November. .
December. .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

870

856

t;
96

:;

;i
i;
96
115
126
I21

1945
JsnuG.....
February.
March......
April.
.
May . . .
June. . .
July. . .
August....

. . . .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.

Number
Fixed Price

126

121

254

254

320

320

214

414

214

8,569
37,288
17,622
62,512
39,409
57,888
43,252
45,696
59,603

8,569
37,288
17,622
62,512
39,409
57,888
43,252
45,696
59,603

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2 7;:

91:595

911595

~2~::

50,986
36,122
108,289
69,663
25,805
22,855
37,665
22,XLo

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(18)

0

22,llo

(18
1,221,031

1,2ll,o31

SETTLED

TCPFF
14

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
Ul Contracts
Fixed Price I
CPFF

$ 129,943
4,555
10,218
42,953

0
0
0

414

123,086

42,994

32,892
62,810
29,u7
40,841
36,739

32,892
62,810
28,306
40,841
146,599
35,305

0
0
0

6,82:
4,0?3
65:
0
0
0
0
0
0

20,613

364
655
1,025
1,099

1,023
1,097

;
0
2
2

Adjustplents . ,

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL. . ) . .

6,189

6,161

28

855,870

807,652

174,099

0

115

42,953

.
.
.
.
.

2$

6,857

4,555

42,994
20,613

$

10,103

44:924
22,907
5,760
14,687
31,725
45,448

%;E
0
1
0
0

$

19,770
21,931
20,944
38,102
18,884
5,760
14,031
31,725
45,448

19,770

( ,I Indicate minu gumtities
d Series were In existence for prior periods but exact figures
effort end research.
g Repotied subsequent to oriuksl
report of settlement.

i82

0

108;289
69,663
25,805
22,855
37,665

96
54

2:
2
96
114

$ 248,868

2g

CORPSOF ENGINEXRSCONTRcIcT-IONS

Year and Month

248,808

811
0

27,500
1,434
0
qua

are not obtainable with reasonable

APPENDIX

N

CHEMICALWARFAREi
SEXVICE CONTRACTTERMINATIOmSSETIZED

I
Through 31 Dee EL,
January.
February
March .-.
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

1945

JanuF.
February
March. .
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

:
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

..a
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

All Contractf 3

Fixed Price

1,080

1,080

2;

. . .
. . .

::
. .
. .
. .

$

117
;1'
z:
59

59

.
.
.
.
.
.
,

Adjustments . .
'I

0

2,613

$

83,923

Fixed Price
$

14,433
6,356
28,626
17,797
20,178
9,713
18,292
16,850
9,655
8,338
13,356
15,664

9,655
8,338
13,356
15,664

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

8,196
9,907
11,277
9,937
7,093
4,778

8,196
9,907
.I,277
9,937
7,093
4,778

$

0

14,433
6,356
28,626
17,797
20,178
9,713
18,292

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

16,850

4,348

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

0

323,600

323,600

4,883

4,883

4,348

2,613

CPl?F

83,923

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
.

ConmdtmentValue (Thousands)

All Contrack

0

94
107
128
115

2
89:

1 1

CPFF

2;

94
107
128
ll5
117

: :
. .

TOTAL . . . .

Tf-

Number

Year and Month

tdEDIcALDEPAKpMElpTCONTRACTTERMINATIONSSETTL;ED
-r
All Contract,

1943
ThroT31 Dee a,/
1944
Jmus....,

Febnmry
March . .
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . <

: : :
:
.
.
.
.
.
,

::
: :
1 1
1 1

1945
Ja=j-.....

Febzuaq .
March..,:::
April . . . . . .
May..
. .
June . ..I
1:
July 1..
. . ,
August . . . . .

T

PIumber

Year and Month

Fixed Price3

1,092

1,092

168

168
153

153
191

216
206
102

z;

24
35
24

45
24
35
24

39
25

39
25

7’:

19

19

40

t:

104

104

2

2

Adjustments . .

0

0

TOML . . . . .

2,843

2,843

I
a Series were in exietence for ;
and research.

0

$

191

216
206
102
98

22

CPFF

or periods, but exact

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
All Contract
$

27,564

$ 27,564

2,lla
2,523
1,967
2,546
3,430
8,183
1,849
1,932
2,640
241
178

2,118
2,523
1,967

2%

1,719
415
583
386
998
1,483
2,255
2,160
0
/
figure 38

FixedPrice

2,546

3,430
8,183
1,849
1,932
2,640
241
178
258

1,719

415

$2

998
1,483
2,255
2,160

0

0

65,428

65,428

are not obta:

CPFF

$

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

ble with reas#onable effort

APPENDIX

N

QUARTERMASTER
CORPSCONTRACT
'TERMINATIONSSETTI;EI)

All Contracte

1943

Throc31

January.
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . ,
August ,
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
,
,

JsnuF..
February
March.
April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

..I
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

1945

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
,
.

Fixed Price

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
(

70
108
104

56
96
160
70
108
104

2
85
132
148
123

2;
85
132
148
123

;2

160

82
,
,
<
,
.
a
<

;iz

b

0

0

3,718

3,718

ConmlitJIElnt Value (Thousands)
All Contracts

$

CPFF

Fixed Price

35,184

$ 35,184

0
0
0
0
G
3
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,051
17,181
14,614
7,541
8,001
7,748
18,231
4,797
2,659
7,498
4,602

3,051
17,181
14,614
7,541
8,001
7,748
18,231
4,797
2,659
7,498
6,586
4,602

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,722
1,884
1,729
2,757
11,958
7,298
23,895
33,743

3,722
1,884
1,729
2,757
11,958
7298
23,895
33,743

x
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

0

0

0

82
59

261
569
753

Adjustments g,
TOTAt . . . . <

_

yt
138
261
569
753

1;:

CpT

479

479

Dee &/

1944

-I-

Number

Year end Month

6,586

224,679 ,

$

0

224,679

L

TRANSPORTATION
CORPSCONTRACTTERMINATIONSSETTLED

Year and Month

Through 31 Dee &/

1944
Jam=.
. . . .

February .
March. . .
April . . .
May. . . ,
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .
is.2
January. .
February ,
March. . .
April . . .
May
June . . .
July . . .
August. . .
*

.

l

.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.
,
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,
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.

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. . .
. . .

Adjustments g.
TOTAL. . . . .

l-

Number

CommitmentValue (Thousands)

-IAll Contracts 3 - Fixed Price

80

80

2
8
19
6
12

2
8
19
6
12

i;
28

;;
28

z+

z:

z

1z

;Pf

g

43
55
172
183
266
0

43
55
172
183
266

1,184

1,184

0

-I--

CPFF

<6

CPl?F

Fixed Frice

0

58,925

$ 58,925

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

608
3,807
7,443
1,401
4,259
5,402
53,094
18,853
27,832
25,747
80,706
20,021

608
3,807
7,443
1,401
4,259

20,021

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

4,621
20,081
5,865
8,217
44,022
9,880
13,013
4,287

4,621
20,081
5,865
8,217
44,022
9,880
13,013
4,287

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

5

5

0

418,oBg

418,089

0

L
ei/ serlea were in existence for pr: Lor periods, 1bui exact figures
and research.
a/ Reported subsequent to original report of settlement,

184

All Contracts I
$

5,402

53,094
18,853
27,832
25,747
80,706

are not obtainable

1;

with reasonable effort

APPENDIX

N

WARDEPARTMENT
CONTRACTTERMINATIONSIN PROCESSOF SETTLEMENT,END OF MONTH

T

Year and Month
m
December aJ . . .

1944
Januw.
February
March .
April . .
May . . _.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
January
February
March.
April
May .
June .
July .
August

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

T

All Contracts

Number
Fixed Price

CPFF

4,215

4,074

141

$6,843,917

$4,923,514

$1,920,403

4,602

4,455
5,246
5,646
5,402
5,251
5,059
4,404
3,746

147
179
211
213
2-s
218
197
205
201

7,215,246
8,266,458
8,741,491
8,945,203

5,205,866
5,700,616
51913,344
5,673,491
5,608,864
5,304,116
4,292,826
4,258,637
4,'+16,754
51238,323
4,771,951
3,696,446

2,009,380
2,565,842
2,828,147
3,271,7=
3,303,285
2,694,-746
2,&6,910
3,282,009
3,953,415
3,&0,638
3,754,733
3,443,859

gJi;;

5:615
5,463
5,277
4,601
3,951
4,075
4,206
4,043_
3,104
2,748
2,855
2,853
:'g;

10;505
11,857
76,929

f%

y&J;;

7;139:736
7,5'+0,646
8,370,167
9,078,961
8,526,684
71140,305

190

31869
2,941

174
163

2,612
2,715 2,694
2,994
5,619
10,234
11,553
76,459

136
140
159

CommitmentValue (Thou nds)
All Contracts
Fixed Price
CPFF

6,346,797
51901,347
5,309,256
6,498,533
9,873,817
11,154,981
11,104,975
24,768,189

192

246
271

3,296,905
2,982,488
2,521,883
2,713,740
5,124,061
6,455,425
6,631,857
17,168,938

3,049,892
;,;p;
3:784:793
y;;,;;:
4:473:11a
7,599,251

TOTAL . . . . .

A@MYAIR FORCESCONTRACTTERMINATIONSIN PROCESSOF SE!tTIZMENT, END OF MONTH

?ear and Month

T

T
All.Contracts

Decemberaf . . .

1,057

January-. .
February .
March .,.,.
April . . .
May. ; . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October
.
November .
December .

1,294
1,460
1,891
2,136
2,173
2,251
2,095
1,757
1,580
1,364
1,238
862

1945

Januv.
.
February .
arch
,....
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July-.
. .
August . .

. . .
. . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . .
. . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.

706
666.
766
815
1,066
1,775
2,034

11,641

Fixed Price

957
1,192

CPFF
100

$2,648,309

$1,776,388

$ 871,921

102

2,686,131
3,364,033
3,705,270

1,730,018
1,866,592
2,053,359
2,054,892
2,152,302
2,189,350
1,880,841
2,040,070
2,068,859
2,769,%6
2,492,920
11959,562

956,113
1,497,441
1,651,911
2,095,315
2,126,722
1,537,404

1,928

1,585
1,412
1,208
1,097
726

135
165
171
170
178
167
172
168
156
141
136

594
550
631
652
855
1,538
1,768
11,286

116
135
163
211
237
266
355

1,325
1,726
1,965
2,003
2,073

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
CPFF
Fixed Price
All Contracta

112

!roTu . . . * .
I
s/ Series were in exiatenoe for prior periods but exact fi&res
and research.

y;;,;;;

3:726:754
3,576,688
3,967,159
4,784,084
5,360,080
5,009,868
4,545,347
4,089,329
3,863,977
3,551,&3
4,934,787
6,693,106
6,900,571
6,556,492
13,955,Oll

1,695,048
1,665,931
1,556,027
1,710,841
2,599,498

?;z:%;
2:715:225
2,590,214
2,516,9@
2,585,785
yp;
1:995:776
3,223,946
4,093,608

are not obtainable with reasonable effort

185

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I,
I
1
/
j
/
f

APPENDIX

N

ARMY SERVICE FORCES COXL'RACTTELFMINATIONS IN PROCESS OF SETTIBdEKC, END OF MONTH
-r

T

CommitmentValue (ThouBands)'
Fixed Price
CPFF
1111 Contracts

Year end Month

111 Contracts

Number
Fixed Price

CPFF

1943
DeceG 4 . . .

3,158

3,117

41

1944
Janus.....
February .
March. . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
s
G
s
8

3,308
3,965
3,966
3,479
3,290
3,026
2,506
2,194
2,495
2,842
2,805
2,242

3,263
3,921
3,920
3,437
3,248
2,986
2,476
2;161
2,462
2,808
2,772
2,215

45
44
46
42
42
40
30
33
33
34
33
27

4,529,115
4,9o2,425
5,o36,221
4,794,996
4,633,125
4,272,108
3,563,o48
3,573,487
3,586,O85
3,718,8.31
3,516,816
2,59+,958

3,475,848
3,834,o24
3,859,985
2,618,599
3,456,562
3,114,766
2,411,985
2,218,567
2,347,895
2,4@,457
2,279,o31
1,736,884

1,o53,267
1,068,401
1,176,236
1,176,397
1,176,563
1,157,342
1,15l,o63
1,354,920
1,238,19o
1,250,424
1,237,785
858,074

1945
JanuF.....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

2,042
2,189
2,087
2,371
4,799
8,730
9,823
65,288

2;018
2,165
2,063
2,342
4,764

24
24
24
29
35
34
38
115

2,257,4@
2,o37,37o
1,757,453
1,563,746
3,18o,711
4,254,410
4,548,483
10,813,178

1,6o1,857
1,316,557
965,856
l,oo2,@9
2,524,563
3,376,341
3,689,092
9,355,275

655,611
720,813
791,597
560,847
656,148
878,069
859,391
1,457,903

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

3;
651173

$ 4,195,608

; 3,147,126

$ 1,048,482

TOTAL. . . .
ORDNANCEDEPAKWEIQ CONTRACTTERMIXATIONS IN PROCESSOF SEITl;EMENT, END OF MONTH

CommitmentValue (Thousatds)
All Contract@ Fixed Price
CPFF

All Contracts

Number
Fixed Price

1943
DeceG d . . .

1,761

1,729

32

$ 3,564,775

1944
Janmy.....
February . .
March. . . .
April . . . .
May . . . . .
June . . . .
July . . . .
August . . .
September . .
October . . .
November . .
December . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1,878
2,266
2,180
1,865
1,628
1,335
1,056
950
1,070
1,264
1,300
891

1,844
2,228
2,140
1,828
1,590
1,299
1,027
917
1,038
1,230
1,267
864

34
38
40
37
38
36
29
33

3,798,451
4,141,931
4,186,652
3,982,829
3,842,408
3,469,2o2
2,91o,232
2,95o,l52
2,93O,o34
2,925,295
2,716,338
1,849,217

2,769,242
3,o81,173
3,018,126
2,813,253
2,672,717
2,318,732
1,759,219
1,595,232
1,692,W'
1,674,871
1,478,551
991,143

1,029,209
1,06o,758
1,168,526
1,169,576
1,169,691
1,150,470
1,151,o13
1,354,920
1,237,534
1,250,424
1,237,787
858,074

. . . .,
. . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .

787
1,009
1,032
1,354
2,660
3,528
3,687
14,013

763
985
1,011
1,336
2,635
3,505
3,662
13,934

24
24
24
18
25
23

y;;,gsQ;

894,992
702,011
515,178
664,672
2,069,331
2,729,552
2,895,19o
5,858,982

807,986
805,714
1,427,o25

Year and Month

January
February
March.
April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . .
a/ Series were in existence for prior
and research.

186

;:
33
27

!--.

$ 2,534,112

113061775
1,225,519
2,@+9,2@

;;

periods but exact rlgures

are not obtainable

$ 1,030,663

with reasonable effort

APPENDIX

N

SIGNAL CORPS CONTRACTTERMINATIONS IN PROCESS OF SETTIXMEW.

Year snd Month

T

Number
Fixed Price

11l.l Contracts

1943
Decemberaf . . .
.

February.
March . .
April . .
May. . .
June. . .
July. . .
August. .
September
October .
November,
December.
1945
Jam%?.....
February.
March. .
April . .
May..
.
June. . .
July. . .
August. .

*

.

.

l

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

,

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

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.

.

.

.

*

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.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

*

.

.

.

.
.
.
*.
.
.
.

. .
. .
. .
.
. .
. .
. .

.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

CPFY
0

272

272

297
407
606
553
847
828

t;
606
553
847
828

2;;
666
695
632
460

:;;
666
695
632
460

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

378
348
273
275
537
1,038
1,554
17,464

378
348
273
275
537
1,038
1,554
17,464

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1944
January

l-

-

END OF MXVI'H

Co?maitmentValue (Thousancls)
All Contracts

Fixed Price

$

280,552

$ 280,552

279,955
273,012
4=, 974
400,529
409,217
392,195

279,955
273,012
411,974
400,529
409,217
392,195

:56;'36;;
3771879
416,606
356,337
305,105

;2;'2:;
377'879
416:606
356,337
305,105

'284 801
242;669
118,629
63,301
173,037
232,552
379,171
1.,074,908

284,801
242,669
118,629
63,301
173,037
232,552
379,171
1,074,908

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL. . . . .

CORPS OFENGINEERS CONTRACTTERMINATIONS INPROCESS OF SETTIEMEIW, END OFMONTH

Year and Month

Number

T

T-

All Contracts

December af . . .
1944
January.
February
March , .
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October
November
December
1945
Jsnuc.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

-r

Fixed Price

CPFF

248

239

9

245
297
240
202
187
283
253
207
266
440
485
596

234
291
234
197
183
279
252
207
265
440
485
596

11

629
575
575
524
Li59
2,381
2,452
17,019

629
575
575
513
1,149
2,370
2,439
16,983

0
0
0
11
10
11

CommitmentValue (Thousands)
T
Lll Contracts
Fixed Price I
CPFF
;

174,306

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
#
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . .

6"
z
4
1
3
1
0
0
0

:36

L
Y Series were in existence for prior periods but exact figures
and research.

46

156,487

:6

17,819

204,638
211,717
178,138
157,323
142,118
132,493
91,001
75,759
84,108
178,373
329,700
308,071

180,580
204,074
170,428
150,502
135,246
125,621
90,951
75,759
83,452
178,373
329,700
308,071

24,058
7,643

291,130
267,056
238,029
231,097
314,127
3@, 6%
280,903
946,113

291,130
267,056
238,029
192,946
237,916
290,610
227,226
915,235

0
0
0

1are not

obtainable

2::;
61872
6,872
50
0
656
0
0
0

38~5;
76,211
70,083
53,677
30,878

with reasonable effort

APPENDIX

N

CHEMICAL WARFARESERVICE CONTRACT TERMINATIONS IN PROCESS OF SETTLEMENT, END OF MONTH
I

T

Year and Month

T
All Contracts

1943

Decemberd

1944

.
.
.
.
.
.

205

a

204
216
256
262
214
229
182
147

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

210
162
126

:
0
0

106
81
65
53
127
176
149
1,209

0
0
0
0

.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

204
216
256
262
214
229
182
147
192
210
162
126

.
.
.
,
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

106

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

J-F...
Febmary
March .
April'.
May. .
June .
July .
August

CPFF

205
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

Januaxy .
Febmary
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

Fixed Price

::

53
127
176

149

1,209

192

CcmrmitmentValue (Thousands)
All Contractt
Fixed price
CPFF
$

59,807

$

52,714
58,248
52,545
42,U5
32,160
50,421
43,000
32,410
46,344

52,714
58,248
52,545
42,U5
32,160
50,421
43,000
32,410
46,344

3 ;;::

34:500
3;;::

34:500
34,388
27,438
17,582
9,734
14,823

:
0
0

59,807

:;'g

171582
9,734
14,823

19,998

19,998

21,711
302,271

21,711
302,271

-

TOTAL. . . .

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CONTRACT TERMINATIONS IN PROCESS OF SE'M'LEMEKC, END OF MONTH
T

Year and Month

1943

Decexd

1944
Jam=.....
February
March. .
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

1945

January.
February
March.
April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

,
.
.
.
.
.

. . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

ill

Contracts

Number
Flxed Price

496

496

381
451
442
335
191
143
83
31
8
7
17

2;:

10

10

442
335
191

143
83
31
8
7
17
10

10

6
8

:
ll

57
166
122
1,706

ll
1z

122
1,706

CPKF
Q
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

CommitIme1
nt Value (Tho
UJ. Contracts
Fixed Price

6

15,673
u,908

17,254
17,663
16,497
12,913

7,227
5,375
3,543
1,254
1,223
1,635
1,709

416
107
237
228
981
5,399
5,957
45,533

6

15,673
q908
17,254

'17,663

16,497
12,913
7,227
5,375
3,543
1,254
1,223
1,635
1,709
416
107
237
228
981

5,399
5,957
45,533

da)
$

CPFF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL . . . . .
af Series were in exi.stence for prior periods but exact figures
and research.

are not obtainable with reasonable effort

a

APPENDIX

QUART-

N

CORPS COWRACT TERMTNATIONS IN PROCESS OF mT=,

Year and Month
- W Contracta

-

T

Number
FixedPrice

Comdtment Value (Thousanrls)

All Contracta

p&
Decemberd

0

ENjJ OF MONTH

$

17,498

Fixed. Price
$

CPFF

17,498

8

0

1944
January.
Feb&
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August- .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.
.
.

198
125
151
JJ-3
86
64
91

113

86
64

91

136
129
84

190
136
129
84

61

61

2;

2;

190

1945

J&~ary.....
February
March . .
April . .
May : . .
June . .
July . .
Au$ust .

198
195
125
151

195

102
198
1,@9
1,605
10,980

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
- 0

33,797
27;741
21,113

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2,710
2,561
8,886
9,007
7,264
71,839

102
198
1,199
1,605
10,980

28,935

25;oo5
21,232
5,086

7;o5o
8,744
9,883
6,147
3,389

$34,
>;ii

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

33,797

27,741
21,1l3
28,935
25,005
21,232
5,086
7,050
8,744
9,883

6,147
3,389

2,710
2, >61

8,886
gz!

71:839
114,774
983,588

-

TOTAL. . . . .
L

TRANSPOKTATION CORPS COI-?lYRA@r
TERMINATIONS IN PROCESS OF SETTLEMENT, END OF MOXIJH
Year and Month
1943

December4

. . .

Lll Contracts

Number
Fixed Price

T-

Connxitment Value (Thousands)
Xi Contracts
Fixed Price
CPFF

CPFT

63

63

0

105
133
117

105
133
u7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

-

6 141,922

, 141,922

65,263
28,407
3,326

65,263
28,407
3,326
34
6,794
35,436
4,792
8,784
24,588
16,062
10,576
55,081

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

93,420
74,715
67,281
62,977

0
0
0
-8
e
0

i

,O

a944

JanmF.....
February .
March. . .
April.
. .
Mayi......
June . . .
July . . .
hguat
. .
Septe7nber .
October . .
November .
December .
1945
Je.....
February
Mis.+h. .
April......
May . . .
June . .
July. . .
August .

. . .
. . .
. . .
.
.
,
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
,
,

. . . .
. * . .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . . .

lu
110
122

ill
110

96

96
91

91

103
z

122

103
90
80

75

75

g

ii

2:

242
2%
2,897
w

0
0
0

z:

242
254
2,897

iii
0
0
0

$7;::

35,436
4,792
8,784
24,588
16,062
10,576
55,081

;;$f;

67i281
62,977
21,211
26,391
44,995
174,758

21,211

26,391
44,995
174,758

:

w

gf Series were in existence for prior periods but exact figures
axt research.

are not obtaInable with reaeonable effort

APPENDIX

N

WARDEPARTMENTPRIMECONTRACTO[RCLAIMS
Fixed Price .Contract Terminaticms

Year and Month
1943
Wmqh 31 Dee 5,

Filed

3,292

Number-of Claims
In Process
Settled
I %ndof Month

2,183

1,109

1944

8

Jenuary .
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.

I
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

848
488
713

632
627
866

.
.
,
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

657
580
603
675
702
1,368
2,105
2,246

753
601
653
7oo
663
825

1945

Jan~x....
February
March.
April .
May . .
June .
July .
August

.
.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL . . . . .

294
516
748
652
614
555
593

297
438
692
598
694
666
760 .

~~~

$2

19,435

T

-Value of Claims 4 (Thousands)
Filed
$ 196,274

1,106
1,184

18,937
21,316
31,838
39,711

1,240

1,294

1,214

58,706

1,103
936
723
807
1,023
884
731

$?8$

451951
41,494
35,213

27,241

69,835
51,065
20,745
29,928
97,779
26,170
27,971
54,521
69,610

2;

564
;;i
1,121

1,196

2,030
3,043

1,233

1

16,392

l,o34,926

Settled
$ 90,060

7,059
22,006
33,730
24,529
27,980
47,462
EfE

24:188
30,579
36,975
88,016
54,092
x$
$;g

25:917
2 ,92:

E;$ :?'&I%&

$106,214
118,092
117,402
115,510
130,692
3161,418
153,723
111,893
111,352
128,660
133,294
123,560
105,379
102,352
85,533
75,358
110,799
87,819
89,873
72,464
l.20,806

914,120

L

ARMYAIR FORCESPRIME CONTRACTOR
Cl&It@
Fixed Price Contract Terminations

Year and Month

1943

ThrouDlDec

a/

1944

Number of Claims
Filed

176

196

16
38

19

193
196
200
205
209
237
214
187
167
352
214
152

459
14,113
12,173
1,022
11,277
16,894
7,446
13,583
36,941

;j;;;
x(289
43,245

137
116
124
J-25
95
I24
148
315

33,130
3,457
13,323
68,140
13,700
10,162
10,587
26,808

34,052
10,871
6,534
18,836
31,098
15,612
56,429
2,858

324,347

281,500

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
..b
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
March.
April .
May . .
June .
Juls .
August

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

119
208
233
245

TO-M& . . . . .

2,9$8

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Value of Claims g/ (mousma8)
In Process
Filed
Settled
End of Month

In Process
End of Month

372

Janus??....
February
March. .
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
Awiwt
.
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.

Settled

z
:I:
113
117
158
339
32
203
177
106
106

142

z5
2
1;:

144
178
154
170
265
192
127
98

141
149
179
209

78

2,643

!

$

25,112

$ 3,891

2,101
927

946
852
3,802
1,161
2,968
2,701
6,906
7,951

2,992

Series were in existence for 1 Lor period6 but exact figures are not obtainable
and research.
E/ Based on contractor'6 statement of costs, including subcontractor claime.

$ 21j221

22,376

22,451

21,641
20,939
32,084
41,557
35,673
38,999

46,179
43,840
46,134
39,830
38,908
31,494
;;>;g~
7o:189
64,739
18,897
42,847

with reasonable effort

APPENDIX.

,I

N

ARMYSWVICEFCIRCE!S~lPlECQNTRACTClRCLllIMS
FtieLPrice
Cckkzact Termbations
e

F

Year and knth

1943

Thral@l 31:Dee&/
1944
JLUlLI&?K
Febxua&
March;.
April . .
'k . . .
June . .

JW . .
August .

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

‘.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

‘i

.

.

September .
October . .
November , .
December .

\
tmber of

Filed

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL.....

Value
In Process

Settled

2,920
g
E
zz
E

Filed

End of Month

0:C Claims
I

e/, (Thousands)
In Process

Settled

End of Month

2,007

913

$ 171,162

278
403
659
561
630
607
624

913
988

2;:
579

16,836
20,389
28,846
39,252
44,593
27,594
29,832
z%~
271767
13,658
32,894

6,113'
21,154
29,98
23,368
25,0=
44,761
65,780
:?Z;E
4794
2516%
44,771-

498
498
%40
414
483
997
1,882
2,728

17,935
17,288
16,605
29,639 '
l2,470
17,809
2224
,

20,040
26,693
33,569
43,502
18,052
10,305
15,501
18,410

7Lo,579

632,620

506
2;:
510

3%
478
457
601

g:
497
533.
583
1,760
1,872
2,001

561
474
555
559
22
987
1,155

16,477

13,749

1945

Jane....
February
Maroh......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

Clati

1,040
1,089
1,005
866
722
536
-640

$ 86,169

.$ 84,993

95,716
;:%,’
109:753
z%
76122~
.

72,353
82,,48~
89,454
77j426
65,549

63$+‘+4

.5J+,o39

37,075
23,212
17,630
25,134'
53,567
77,959 '
4

-

-

clRDNANCE
REZARTMEXC
P&3 COIWRACTOR
CLAIM
Fixed Price Contract

T
Yeax,and Month

-ugh

252.2

31 Dac&/
gag&

January....,
February . . . .

Msrch......
April . .
ky . . .
June . .
July . .
Au@Bt .
Septaiber
Ootober .
Novembsr
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
'.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

..
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,

'J-7.
. .
FeE.
. : :‘:
April,.
. . . .
M3.f. . . . . .

.

1945

2.g
A-t
,mL

:
.
.

Filed

lumber of-Cla
Sett$ed

(ThOlrsanas)
Valuq c)f Cleimae
In Process
Filed.
Settled
End of Mmth

I

In Prooeas
End of Mxrt~

1,483

1,077

406

$ =9,479

182
260
421
353
252

105
211
362
z;
346
2;
143
gz
277

483
532
591
605

12,904

l&i

.W5
190
z
248

170 1
243
z;

y iif
350

1.: : : : :
'. . . . .
..- . . c -.

Terminations

11,454
19,520
23,841
40,985
17,879
14,727

z;;
277
189
252
269
303
2x2

22,119

7,847
10,102
2,882
13,306

185
165
z
243
402
675
1,125

7,766
10,443
14,013
19,654
;$
28&I
25,087

7,431

2,617
14,592
18,756
16,184
17,968
25,815'
55,193
22,171
7,515
8,994

$ 58,914

49,047
49,379

6,647

27,277
8,767
17,476
16,721
26,w
11,463
5,673
7,092

10,ooo

31,750
24,717
22,009
'y&
13:5p
34,618
49,705
L

447,270
but exact

~&arie.~ vem In BICLB~BIE.~
for prior
,end.rB-b

p+oda

~/aonaml~tar'a

CO%tB, inD~Buncontyaotor

statement

$ 70,565

of

figurBB

are

not
claims.

ble witi reeeac+xble'eff&t
8

i
I
11
‘,

APPENDIX

N

-

I
.

8

SIGNAT,CORPSPRIME CONTRACTOR
CLAIMS'
Fixed Price Contract Terminations

Year and Month

&
Tkro~@ 31Dec &/

.

1944

Jt%IlUZZ
Febru&y.
Mexch . .
April . .
May . . /.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

TOT&.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

-7

160

2:
2

4":

1;:
92
1OC
70
91
122

7;
130

111
&3
108

;:
69
59
131

.
.
.
.
.

253

2$3

. . . .

115
30
19
24

102

. . . .
.
.
.
.
.

T

26

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

Janw=.....
February
March......
April . .
May'. . .
Jyne . .
'July
. .
Awst
.

I
-if umber of Claims
In Procees
Settled
IEmi of MO&~
1

.Filed

2,u9

45
:;
71
92
116
134
217
179
16f

167

l':i
93

ll2
93
106
66

::
28
31

2
182
206

;;
168
215

Value

0:f

Filed

Claims e/ (Thousands)
In Procese
Settled
-1 End of Month

$ 11,835
1,971
1,90&
816
14,083
588
3,233
~%7"
13:U2
8,913
5,243
10,374
6,470
3,765
209
5,610
3,595
3,529
4,753
4,326
115,104

1,904

I 4,908

8 6,972

450
2,570
337 '
1,546
2,455
14,561

8,456
7,794
8,273
20,810
18,943
7,614
7,986

;$t

11,249'

21844

a,518

5,600
10,914
11,587

24,831
' 19,160

6,651
5,791
13,914
5,634
3,525
1,987

17,766
15,740
2,035
2,011
2,081
3,623
4,581
5,953

17,947

2;;:
2

l

-

109,151

CORPSOF ENGINEERSPRIME CONTRACTOR
CLAIMS
Fixed Price Contract Terminations
tier

Year and Month

1943
ThmughjlDec

Filed

a/

304

T
of Claims
In
Prooess
Settled
End of Month

218

value p
Filed

Settled

86

$ 9,924

$ 2,145

215

1,000
3,492
4,814
';v;l

337
1,132
6,876

1,740
6,778
2,359
1,010
293
2,592
7,668

+B
2,695

1,919
589 0

$ 7,779

.’

1944'
Jan=.....
February .
March .-. .
.Aprll
. .
May . . , .
June . . .
July . . .
August
Septembe; :
October . .
November .
December .
Jang'

. .
.
..I
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.

1
.
,
.

:
,
.
.

:
.
.
.

g
64
28
;;
'%
83

. . . '. ,

February . . . .
March......
&?il'*
. . . . .
Kay . .I ., . . . .
zz
:::'I::
,AwuBt . . . . .

.

!lmAL.....

d kdiszg,"
51 Baeed

.

z"9
86
44;

121
E

63

.;i

g

z

91
102
118
174

!77
120

E
64

143
157
163
151
154
383
373
367

163

305

2,945

‘2,353

;3
183
133
164
222

154
'174
171
139
;E
530
592

existence for prior perlode but exact figurse

on oon$.ractor'e

BtateWllt

1,145
957
1,130
p;

6,78
1,Ol B
2,009

8,442
LO,802
8,740
1,063
5,488
5;533
9,616
5,186
5,182
3,k.66
5,063 '

1,g

J.b 293

3d"d:

9,828
9,613’
9,335
.1,716
1,568'
3,453
6,518
8,741

;sg

1,423
;m;
1;548'

1,880

51515

3,292

61,366

52,625

ax-6 not obtainable

‘'

vith reasonable .effort

\

of coets, iaoludirlg eubcontzwtor claimE.
l

192,

.

D

1

APPENDIX

N

CHEMICALWARJTARE
SERVICE PRIME CONTRACTOR
CiXCK
Fixed Price Contract Terminations
I

lmber of Clai ma
Year and Month

1943
Throa1Dec

i

&/

1944
January.....
February .
krch . . .
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September.
October . .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

Filed

Settled

404

:3”
47
76

:89
60
g
2:

.
.
.
.
.

z;

;:

2

i:

65

2;

22
53

2

58
I 73
2:

z
10
1,139

1,049

L

Value 0f,Claims e/ (ThT aalas .)
In Process
Settle&

File&

35
19
24
21
15

.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL. . . . .

90

;:

. . .
.
.
.
.
.

314

z;

*

January.....
Februa$ .
March......
April . . .
May . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .

In Process
End of Month

End
of Mm-&h
-

$ 12,944

$ 6,409

$ 6,535

2,043
904
1,580
740
619
1,306
979

1,936
1,220
2,933
3,244
1,645
693

1,236

1,034
1,310
1,544
171

1,354
782
375
1,080
1,406

6,642
6,326
4,973
2,469
1,443
2,055
1,763
1,644
1,897
2,832
3,296
2,061

476
409
391
407
284
553
731
1,175

538
475
1,006
1,051
482
159
499
146

1,999
1,933
1,318
674
476
870
1,102
2,131

30,836

28,705

1,272

L

MEDICALIYEPARTMFXTPRIMECCNTRACTCB
CLAIB
Fixed Price Contract Terminations
lumber of CIB /

Year end Month

Filed

1943
Th.rou?&% Deeg,
1944
Jen~,??...
February
mch . . :
April . . .
May . . . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .

,
:
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

:
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

:
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

246
(51)
;:
22
10
24
14
6
3"
2

1945

January.....
February ....
March ......
April ......
May .......
Jlrne ......
July ......
August

TW

.....

. . . . .

Settled

40
t:
;;
105
41
t;
17
2
46
8
2
1

In Process

End of Month

Value c, Claims e/ (Tl lBandS
In Procees
Settled
Filed
End of Month

206

$ 3,467

124
117
143
139
100

(182)
111
969

:;
18
;
68

Kg,

586
151
329
(49)

$

435
156
308
114
189
538
1,172
289
582
3oi

la2

3

530
442
24
0

2:

ii
9
19
19

(5)
25
29
4
27
234
349
612

6:
180

617

528

5.,868

4,895

2
3
2

42

3:

$ 3,032
2,694
2,497

3,352
2,620
1,595
1,011

873
620
327
315
497
447
0

1
;:
25
253
541
973

0, Indicate minus quantities.
a/ Series were in existence for prior periods but exact figures are not obtainable with reasonable effort
md r0BearCh.
d Based on contraotor's state~nt of costs, including subcontractor claims.
193

APPENDIX

N

QUAR!IERMASTEB
CORPSPRD'i!ZCONTRACTOR
CLKIMS
Fixed Price Contract Terdnations

Year and Month

Filed

Qi.?
Through 31 Dee TV/
12
January. .
February .
March. . .
April.
. .
May. . . .
June . . .
July.......
August . .
September.
October. .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
,
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
,

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

January.
February.
March. .
April.
.
May. . .
June.......

. .
.
, .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
,
,

July

.

.

.

#

l

282

USW&3)
In Process
End of Month

Value

In Process
End of Month

220

62

Filed

$

2,735

$

1,403

:
.
.
.
.
.
.

.

Number of Clai
settled

.

$2

t;

20
23
40
56
18
31
33
26
11

95
32
70
51

29
28
15

457
432
1,560

i;
49

1,013

22
516

92

244

TOTAL. . . . . .

909

2,032
833
416
497

994

25

170
191
180
455
274

t;

36

390

61
461
3,817

115
242
166
432
1,624

20,615

12,416

5,869

L

349

2:;

2’1

234

780
579

592

328
197

23
13
20
20

24

August . . . . , .

362
1,016
1,55:
36:

17

37
20
21
13

1,226

819

40
32
23

16
2i

1,332

616
1,262

26”
618

:;

B

569
F?g
,

TRAIEE'ORTATIONCORPSPRIME CONTRACTOR
CLAIMS
Fixed Price Contract Terminations
I
Year and Month

Filed

IS!!!3

Through 31 Dee d
January. .
FebmaEy .
March. . .
April.
. .
May. . . .
June.......
July.......
August . .
September.
October. .
November .
December .

,
,
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

L?25

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

41
.
i
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Januam. . . . . .
February .....
March. ......
April.
......
May. .......
.....
June,.
July .......
.....
August.
TOTAL. .....

-l-

Number of Claims
Settled

23

18 ’
23

86

10
12
20
22
4
20
20
32
25
23
13
14
16
18
23

t;

10

11
27
;50

35
24
32
11
t2
2

43

::
31

429

389

Value of ' Claims e/ (!I usanas )
-IIn Process
Settled
Filed
End of Month

In Process
End pf Month

;‘o
;i
3’2
31

$

778

304

32
254

474
505

689
1,125

1,295

3,455
4,356

1,958

1,630
2,678

1,696

3155:

21
18
19
10

1,392
6,140
1,123
1,128

1,902
3,292

12
13
15
18
23
16

1,257

233
2,063

::

$

529
946

1,976

762
2,617
1,658
212

1,179
218

29,520

a/ Series were in existence for prior periods but exact figures are not obtainable
- end research.
B/ Based on oontractorVs statement of costs, including subcontractor claims.

194'

$

5,480

2,393

4%

2,043
1,030
766
1,742
214

6,049

4,191

3,681

6,529
2,172

907

1,931

1,844
2,168
2,742
3,370
2,816
2,253
2,257

27,263
with ream

318 effort

,

APPENDIX

SE-NTS

OF FIXED PRICE CONTRACTS
n Thousands)
Army Air Forces

war De] rtment

Gross f/

LY!a
Through 3lDec e/
1944

January.....
February
March..
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
_ September
October .
No+ember

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1945

January.....
February
March..
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

$ 67,331

$ 63,369

5,542
17,679
27,195
20,209
23,843
41,256
66,008
39,866

4,671
15,300
23,831
16,808
21,296
34,751
55,062
33,868

27,542
33,647

23,604
30,334

49,155

44,332
31,316
32,206
51,707
40,655
20,246

21,180

77,908

34,605
36,918
$2
24:2og
64,943
19,612

N

18,528

72,108

Gross g/

Net gl

Gross f/

Net g/

$ 2,460

$ 2,247

8 64,871

$ 61,122

46:
2,655
975
2,147
2,251
6,248
6,772
8,620
wag
10,361
37,729

653
431
2,313
a48
1,910
1,548
4,498
6,036
7,810
7,874
9,619
36,611

4,878
17,245
24,540
19,234
21,696
39,005
:;Jg::
12:560
18,653
23,286
40,179

4,018
14,869
21,518
15,960
19,386
33,203
50,564
27,832
10,718
15,770
20,715
35,497

31,280

30,131
9,404
5,788
16,674
26,145
12,737
49,062
2,200

17,875
24,539
30,872
37,170
15,733
9,519
14,506
17,259

14,201
21,912
26,41a
35,033
14,510
7,509
12,904
14,794

10,066
6,046
17,457
27,601
14,690
50,.437
2,353

61,966

16,994

Army Service Forces

Adjustments , .

(153)

1,838

0

0

(153)

1,838

TOTAL . . . . .

796,456

714,790

250,135

234,499

546,321

480,291

Year and Month

Ordnance Depertment
Grose f/
Net g/

1943

Through31Dec
1944
January. . :.
February . .
March......
April . . . ,
May . . . . .
June . . . .
July . . . .
August . . .
September . .
October . . .
November . .
December . .

T

SigmiL
GI-OBS

;/

Corps of Engineers

corps

Net g/

Gross f/

Net &/

$ 3,821

$ 2,066

$ 2,033

364

249
735
5,573
1,307
1,503
1,498
2,213
6,219
931
1,432

217
576
4,923
836
1,336
1,226
1,766
5,679
750
1,126
790
849

g/

$ 52,377

$ 49,249

$ 4,066

.
. .

1,958
12,139

1,653
10,570
13,560

372
1,991
303

5,523
22,084

2;;:
13:583
2,929
3,088
2,632
5,113
10,213
10,769

11,973
2,666
2,741
2,107
4,404
9,731
9,539
5,375
4,400
11,164
4,893
3,050
1,725
3,304
2,406

2,871
715
1,304
7,923
1,096
1,472
3,163

1,574
592
1,674
7,581
927
1,074
zig
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
_

1945

Jane.....
Febn.&y
....
March. .....
April ......
May .......
June ......
July ......
August .....

15,442
12,986

15,756
21,632
50,869
18,407
6,249
8,384
6,373
23,951

7,755
16~7
15,502

6,525
14,562
13,064
20,127
9,268

6,599
9,479

2z
4475

6,303
5,155
12,754
5,425
3,238
1,821
3,445
2,632

20,999
9,702
5,199

1,908
262
1,117
2,295

1,012

1,337

1,822

Adjustments . .

(153)

1,838

0

0

0

0

TOTAT,. . . . .

337,722

302,771

99,603

89,245

46,441

39,231

(Continued on next pw

195

APPENDIX

N

SmI;EMENTS OF FIXlIZ PRICE CONTRACTS(Continued.)

r

Year and Month

Through 31 Dee af .

1944

Janum.-y..
February. .
March . . .
April . . .
May..
. .
June. . . .
July. . . .
August. . .
September .
October . .
November. .
December. .
B
January. .
Februam. .
March ........
April ........
May ........
June. .......
July. .......
August. ......

.
.
.
.
.
*
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
,

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .

Adjustments . , .
TOTAL ......

Chol
Medical E

(In

Chemical Warfare

harteraaster

Corps

T ikanspartation

Corps

L

Gross 2~

Net 4

Gross 3

Net g/

$ 4,811

$ 4,552

$ 365

$ 352

1,745
1,015
2,485
2,687
1,133
459
1,086

1,484
872

135
238
74
138

92

2,214

2,232
894

469

‘2

104
364
633
184

361
718
780
530
240
671
1,108

1,106
248

4:

461
459
832
769

358
327

147
457
13-i

123
333
112

6:
168

c

c

0

0

23,307

19,673

4,123

2,934

‘6;:
326
980

1,204

458

g

528
252
5

Gross r/
$

894

418
1,057
621
566
405
399

1,504

Net g/
$ 847

Gross I/
$

292

462

i

249

113

300
220
984

$

268
1

207

692

Net trJ

96

328
911

Z?
ill

79
274
603

3,235
1,687

3;

514
540
585

353
56
133
330
121

239

21

182
21

;z

221
2,016

Q

16
50

Q

2

439
1,943
979

197

660

732
1,717
203

171
1,960
362
1,702
666
508
1,548
177

0

0

Q

0

10,760

6,265

24,365

20,172

3:

349

170
4

2

17
3
2;

659
ill

41
109
229

144
406
1,477

176
88

2,879

4,168
2,293

2,232

1,487
2,404
3,670
1,859

() Indicate minus quantities.
4 Series were in existence for prior periods, but exact figures are not obtainable with reasonable effort
and research.
d Amount agreed upon by government and contractor
as due the latter
in final settlement
of contractor
claim before deduction of disposal credits.
$ Gross settlemen;t less disposal credits.

196

APPENDIX

P

TOTAL ARMYSTRENGTHBYTYPE OFPERSONNEL
I

I

Year
ma.
Month

Total

I December . . . 1,686,40:
January
February
March .
April
.
.May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
,

.
.
.
,
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,889,94Z
2,144,,601
2,387,7'+(
2,661,23-j
2,834,61c
3,074,w

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .

. . 3,272,8Q3
3,585,12C
. . 3,971,016
. . 4,413,816
. . 4,9x,469
. . 5,397,674

w
January
February
March .
April. .
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

July.
. .
August. .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

. 7,126,81t
. 7,214,59:
. 7,273,784
. 71333,474
. 7,405,66:
. 7,482,434

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .

. .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

Dletitians

Officers

Warrant

3fficers

116,058

1,562,256

7,043

1,046

121,735
130,048

1,759,672
2,004,972
2,236,547
2,4g8,1o8
2,64,m
2,867,762

7,484
8,564
9,713
10,194
11,578
12,475

1,052
l,OIL7
938
883
1,758
3,285

216,060

3,039,894
3,320,524
3,670,954
4,078,928
4,566,442
4,989,053

x$,89;
14;870
16,134
17,690
19,194

3,230
4,307

;l;&m;
, ,

21,576
23,592

140,548
152,052
166,879
190,662

244,037
276,003
305,645
;285;;
t
397,443

423,114

p~;12”$;

6:257:813

6,993,m

6,358,200
542,463

664,076
674,665
692,351
8,049,-m
8,102,545
8,1o8,12g
fJ,lO3,376
8,102,061
B,w,693

Physical
Thertipists

697,401
2 %
7181092
727,100
737,192

25;406
27,257
28,647
30,316

6.h67,436
31,50t5
-2 ‘L.554 32,97:
6,54:-z_,
6,577,1.13 33;60:
6,625.157
34.276
:‘-’ ’
6.67(
,- .J,669 35;oi: >
6,738,879 35,7lI
6,792,871
6,874,195
6,960,388
7,042,116
71086,708
7,144,601

36,672
37,714
38,538
39,184
39,542
40,018

7,191,703

40,10t
39,97c
40,305

2;;:
7:609
8,609

?!I

Total
WAC

Flight
Ifficers

Y

v

306
1,192

728
1,an
3,697

6,383
9,920
12,767

448 4
572

3,151
3,682
4,716
4,321
5,153
5,700

21,582
34,049

601
666

10,010
11,273
209 12,773
-284 14,095
315 14,863
323 16,219

g;
882
937
965
995

zz
436
496
498
500

17,314
17,809
18,493
19,230
19,636
20,540

5,58:
5,975
6,232
g

61,403
50,603
51,268
53,894

7:04s

57,731

21,046
21,402
22,066
22,373

8,19C
9,012

61,355
63,942
67,219
68,801
73,435
?7,152

1,069

;:%;

56;164
60,243

56,945

1,101
1,157
1,185
1,197
1,210

$49
616
642
642
643

22,917
23,278

1'.,390
13,615

783
807
813
924
974
990

23,857
24,104
23,785
23,694
23,660
24,338

15,411

,

1,268
1,291
1,334
1,397
1,437
1,461

7,139,700
7,182,526
7,197,255
7,274,779
7,305,854
7,283,93Q

44,802
48,923
52,023
54,128
54,291

1,483
1,466
1,495
1,537
1,549
1,623

1,071

i,061
1,085
1,156
1,186
1,173

23,410
23,855
23,660
23,750
23,787
25,099

31,117

99,288
98,935
96,557

7,040,446
7,200,220

;?;g,

1,585
1,580

1,265
1,268

24,199
23,984

32,353
34,181

94,330
90,779

i. 9225.946
_,_
7,213,079

7,?04.580
I--

‘I/--

41,354

7':

9,570
9,795

18,739
22,791
24,321

26,255
28,376

79,239
83,755
86,351
89,014
90,519
30,191

I
Jsnuary
February
Msxch .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

9,070,929
3,129,890
8,157,38f
8,248,78C
8,291,336
8,266,373

741,307

July.
. . . . 8,186,44h
August....
8,023,304

776,790
776,287

42,914

28,579
30,427
31,521
32,742
33,034

;:$“,2
96: 859

TOTAL . . .
d New item as of this

date.

197

APPENDIX

P

OVERSEASSTRENGlTBYlTlEATERAND COMMAND

Year and Month

Total
hrerseas
L!l

1941

December . . .

1942

192,663

Pacific

Theater

:hina ant Uasksn
India

BXC-llL% >epartment
rheaters

82,113

European
l'heater

Mediterranean
Theater

AfricaMiddle
East
rheater

Persian
Gulf
33mm2ad

Caribbean
Defense
Command

65,881

23,798

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

216,804
245,534
329,721
476,384
505,232
601,777

July.
. .
August . .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

617,156
737,052
822,962
900,708
977,346
1,064,643

'275,073
295,094
307,421
331,170
347,406
350,720

12,871
13,453
13,453
13,612
14,517
17,087

67%;:
761005
82,215
86,089
96,061

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,119,903
1,181,478
1,261,139
:,;Sp;

364,451
374,880
392,813
404,385
472,301

97,985
101,035
103,035
104,8-X
119,7&
119,471

120,372
107,9OC
109,137
111,506
131,662
185,532

260,771 25,405
298,545 29,459
344,488 36,248
395,461 37,272
483,172 38,986
520,087 40,654

10,949
12,868
18,509
18,513
23,208
25,423

118,829
118,488
117,114
115,771

1:637:419

18,796
19,566
29,548
30,110
31,244
34,135

July.
. .
August . .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

. 1,779,688
. 1,919,770
. ?,034,101
. 2,2x8,799
. 1,367,832
. 2,618,075

519,514
531,519
578,27e
f$J 34"

34,902
46,013
61,198
70,661
81,822
94,560

138,882
148,167
131,67c
127,976
127,192
121,535

239,254
279,427
36i, 947
460,502
638,112
768,274

528,6Ot!
545174C
610,965
;2$,;;~
597:658

39,163
31,042
31,166
25,488
22,110
21,796

27,320
28,584
28,218
29,545
29,589
28,757

114,191
108,852
105,485
106,953
104,381

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

?,814,658 752,056
3,105,827 805,894
3,343,59l
3,552,485 g:%$
9801356
yp;
1,016,188
J J

107,595
115,419
134,493

935,346 621,831
1,075,975 642,658
1,x)8,985 670,234
1,421,908 697,785
1,532,810 723,552
1,641,143 717,693

16,411
17,533
16,262
15,951
10,224
10,661

29,445
29,691
29,286
29,300
28,853
28,493

89,727
91,093
85,478

July.
. .
August . .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

C,O95,129 1,056,804

4,262,247 1,073,746
4,428,899 1,102,422
1,116,983
y;;, g
1,136,365
'+:933:682 1,152,458

142,640
150,217
149,014
159,414
165,966
180,405

71,181 1,770,614
1,904,709
$2;;
2,053,417
2,203,583
;p&
2,588,983
52;024 2,699,467

724,057
742,700
712,915
712,218

9,603

72,172

;,;:48
912%
9,354
9,321

28,296
28,168
27,739
27,710
26,301
26,647

L.92
January
February
Kwch .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

5,l22,748
5,310,3l3
5,403,931
5,455,076
5,406,779
5,239,722

l,170,251
1,210,546
1,220,809
1,257,098
1,296,w
1,328,114

187,256
189,085
197,409
198,830
199,035
194,558

47,685
45,375
38,573
38,806
38,423
37,923

507,668
498,120
496,721
493,156

9,330
8,988
12,721
12,338
12,255
11,352

26,082
20,883
18,893
15,793
16,063
13,547

70,231
68,811

1,389,olo
1,458,911

189,223
195,840

39,022 2,509,7S
37,785 2,164,161

351,761 11,086
244,656 11,103

9,173
6,922

66,873
63,992

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

1944

January
February
Mrch .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

July.
. . . .
.August....

100,374
115,877
161,875 :I 3,216
201,575
3,453
219,126
6,282
256,929
7.,474

432,112

6961847

23,215 aI 3,437
29,566
3,785
13,811
33,221
40,424
11,117
34,35C
54,667
%:J

114,225
111,636
100,911
150,101
91,546
143,184
81,164
138,407 77,896

51 2L7

81,2Oe
1,536
8,767
157,093
186,195
9,273
220,3oc
16,531
165,647 ,/128,560 19,480
119,702 227,092 24,943

2,829,039
2,934,924
3,029,579
;,p;

$26497:
,

2:811:82C 3'~;~
,

TOTAL . . .
a/ New item as of this date.
ij/ Includes strengths of miscellaneous

75,636
79,095
88,536
90,803
98,031
103,403

forces or commands,not included in breakdown.

e/ 278
456
$2
5,907

106,552
107,097
109,650
111,595
115,912
119,286

EJ2T
J

91,466

$:;2
76:244
;2gz
69:266
71,059
70,070

-4PPENDIX

P

OVERSEASSTRENGTHBYTHEATERAID COMMAND
(CONTINUED)
CG,

Ye=
and

south
4t1ant10

Month

l

Northweal
service
cd

Easter]
Def'enst
conrmanc
21

Central
Calll3,da

CC,
A=W
Air
Forces

CG,
ATi

Gr0lU-d

Forces

CG,
AT?

Service
Forces

Wi3.T
Department
Groups

En
Route

&

December . . .

13,144

7,698

January . * *

986
1,306
4,306
95,285
59,247
131,056

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
. a/1,495
.
1,499
.
1,613
.
1,613

13,127
15,876
21,370
27,352
33,587
33;830

July. . .
August . .
September
October .
November.
December.

.
.
,
.
.
.

.
.
,
,
.
.

3,163

2,970

a/15,453
16,382
16,962
14,753

36,259
46,767
47,530
48,949
49,125
51,500

. .
. .
. .
. .
#.
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

3,270
4,073
4,216
4,908
5,137
5,325

14,971
18,866
18,944
18,815
23,181
24,147

July . . . . .
August . . . .

5,707
6,461
6,646
6,940
7,324
7,676

24,288
20,230
16,284

7,890

February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

January
February
Wch
.
April
.
May . .
June. .

September . .
October . . .

November. . .
December . . .

1944

January
Feb&y
March
April
May .
June.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

July. . . . .
August . . . .

September
October .
November .
December .

1,613
1,846

2,012
2,012

;$%
6:991
3,341
3.246
3,462

3,468
2,989
2,711
2,703
2,715

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.2,653

July. . . . .
August. . . .

i&2

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

501

534
581
672
1,040
1,040
1,051

50,925
122,903
52,299
100,589
56,713
132,638

1,113

84,435 _
155,845
176,946
78,664
60,806

465

t;z

54,999
48,812
47,586

37,838
34,920

18,638
16,965
17,182
16,708
8,011
7,873

562
592
570
594
322
341

33,973
32,202
29,908
29,281
25,492
24,992

5,487
5,340
4,720
3,463

394
398
388
378
418

44,023

1,163

72,753

1,265
.1,273
1,429
1,508

20,934
19,044
19,182
18,339
18,948
16,409

80,160
92,102
101,401
119,235
129,113
147,486

1,609
1,724
1,782
1,813
6,611
5,659

16,194

165,468
172,816
187,557
197,670
212,909
237,386

25
27
29

c/31,858
32,025
31,609
31,939
32,694

242,363
253,949

28
23

34,519
34,991

422

2,918
2,763
2,789
2,816

2,489
2,479
2,409
2,189
2,089
1,596

404
408
404
400

402

14,780
14,614
14,342
12,976
10,213

2,753
2,866

0
0

405
188

9,547
7,252

z/60,316

17,554
17,870
52,719
54,371
29,343
32,556
28,602
38,868
29,835
100,648
72,584
40,652

::%~
581840
56,521

16,038
18,623
19,274

402

422

223
224
252
261
278
259
332

2,392

2,642

k/

53,655
54,828

d 669
622
581
554
667
635

2,696

.

6,598
6,531
6,913
7,142
7,508
7,099

64,207

107,716

89,748
109,525
132,710
%%
,
81,402
102,046
76,347
50,237
i?:z,
59,746
134,054

TOTAL . . .
a[ New item th
date.
c/ Included in theater strength for prior months.
d_/ Represents EDCpersonnel outside Continenta1lJ.S.

THEARMY LIBRARY
‘-

WASHINGTON,0, G

J --199

APPENDIX

P

OVERSEASAFMY STRENGTEBYTYPE OF PERSONNEL

Year

Total

and
Month

1@J,9=

584

13,136
14,219
18,795

201,923
229,032

1,579
2,117
2,689
2,826
3,9517
4,406

.
.
.
.
.
.

216,804
245,534

July . . .
Auguet :.
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

617,156

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
<
.
.
.

l,ll9,903
1,181,478
1,261,139

w

.
.
.
.
.
.

@%
5051232
601,777

24,475

25,505
31,390

716
992
1,279
1,524
1,806
2,159

41016
;%
J
1,036,329
l,og3,365

48

78
93

a/2,539
2,713
3,058
3,511

2

tJt2
J

9,649
11,496
12,416
13,203
14,316
15,836

117
145
169
185
208
265

93
I.20
130
145
157
193

3;;:
2o)d+7
20,958

:'6:
415
432

21,507

%!

22,807
22,970
Xf,g

552
:liz

E?
432

25:918
27,184

2:
668

tg
506

680
701
735

;z
537

$7
782

;tz
521

July.
. . . . 1,7i'9,688
Auguet . . , . 1,919,770
September . . 2,Oj4,101
October
. . . yY&
November . . .
December . . . 2:618:075

127,249 1,634,8gO
136,570 1,762,882
147,271 1,864,832
160,461 2,o54.,499
2,167,714
:&48$
2,399,459
I

1944
January
February.
Maroh .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

203,815
224,343
245,543
260,636
279,671
297m5

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

3&144
327,789

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
, .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

aught
Offloers

:,:;E:
hh

TOTAL . . .

;Kg
86:858
98,26
107,214

118,395

2,58o,la
2,847,698

21,112

5,122,748
5,31o,313
51403,931
;,p&;;

4:ge6;o17
p;;,;;;

27,170
28,252
28,510
g,g;

5:239:722

4:783:503

271966

~,,"p;;
J J

28,127.
25,499

July.
. . . . ;,g;$
Auguet . . . .
J J

pp';:

81 l.2

241
255
:z
293
325

t::

El
d

4,774
:t;:
6;121
6,474
7,351
a,$;
9:!w
10,246
10,640
11,358
12,181
12,611
13,190
13,714
13,986
15,201
14,610
s%:
$g
15:606
13,902
13,106
\

-

200

fE

Total
WAC

156

2,608
;,g

z:%i
49:715
57,172
%959
70,052

!?I 14
64

reks .

Wsrrant
Offioers

166
166
165
173
144
597

1,163,670
1288,913
1,417,087
1,502,938

Janmrs
Febru&
March
April
May .
June.

Physical
Ther-

-

x48
($707
7,647
8,258
9,189

July . . .
Auguet . .
September
Ootober .
November .
De,oember.

.

10,937

.
.
.
.
.
.

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

NW&36

192,663

.
.
.
.
.
.

Jtuuam
Februaiy
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

Men

Dletltians

aolsts

1941
December . . .
1942

Off loers

Enlleted

.~--_

;;‘6
619

920
1,464
2,020
1,979
1,986
2,020
2,002
;,;;i
3
2,190

4
z
200
201
201
:z

317
937
1,473
1,811
2,183
2,6f?2
3,106

2,365

$2;
4:113
4,876
7,350.
8,713

4,206

8,806
10,487
12,022
13,415
13,275
13,817

aJE
9:9x
10,449
10,650
7,959

14,2&?
;;,;g
16:ok
16,873

16,945
17,035
15,891

APPENDIX

P

CONTINENTAL~S~GTHBYMAJOR

Year
and
Month

January

Total

Air
Forces

GrOund
Forces

Service
Forces

COMMAND

Eastern
Defense Defense
corfimana

Southern Weetern
Defense Defense
commwaa

Dews-

ment
Groups

. . .

February . . .
March . . . .
April
. . . .
MaJ . . . . .
June.....
July . . . .
August. . .
September 4
October . .
November . .
December . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

872,122 1,102,217
3,148,054
831,192
3,513,108 1,018,956 1,233,638
924,699
3,955,x3 1,185,305 1,428,420 1,016,378
4,333,031 1,248,2x 1,64g,loo 1,083,7=

January
February
March .
April
.
May . *
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

4,704,614 1,369,9'+8 1,800,003
1,474,795 1,871,263
;J;pf;
1,579,013 1,976,276
5;320;184 ~627,147 2,034,329
5,320,328 1,570,967 2,063,106
2,070,282
5,355,683 l,W+,W

.
.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .

July.
. .
August. .
September
October .
November .

.
,
.
.
.

t;z:,

145;8go
158,589

140,073
7,398
8,134
9,702

7,328
5,327
6,096
6,211

7,591
;J$z
7:796
7,706
7,442

8,802
7,656
7,802
7,777
8,318
7,881

174,696 8,811
186,246 8,703
196,335 ;,:g
.184,386
186,291 9: 162
193,088 11,036

:Jz;i;
5:141
4,727
5,008
5,055

105,082
175,701
84,619
81,111
67,352
67,607

11,713
15,070
16,470
16,780

5,442
145,003
154,648

164,175

56,925

43,874
10,252
13,283

1,176,151
1,232,137
1,2g8,441
1,282,109
1,305,620
1,330,962

158,612
169,319
174,241
168,534

2,066,884 1,360,512
1,963, cm 1,397,819
1,955,713 1,420,032
1,g10,680 1,325,922
1,840,41g 1,383,=6
1,770,417 1,313,429

108,484
189,593
z,g;
91:6n
85,755

7,092
6,046
4,555
2,018
1,868
1,844
C
C
C
C
C
0

4,232
3,877
3,075
3,051
3Jll5
2,957

66,538
51,495
43,691
33,267
15,442
12,743

17,019
18,592
21,280
18,228
18,607
18,818

2,855
2,827
2,788
2,622
2,456
2,417

10,729
10,494
10,470
10,371

19,740
20,593
20,821
17,974

169,158

170,503

December

. A .

5,347,x30 1,681,969
5,294,825 1,542,419
51239,683 1,655,613
5,094,675 1,656,958
5,037,833 1,631,631
4,8@+,359 1,602,653

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

4,741,495)
4,547,205
4,414,03Et
4,295,68-i
4,172,26:i
4,110,6441

1,570,06EI
1,531,llC )
l&68,206 ;
1,396,20:i
1,369,93:i
1,344,44fI

1,677,435
1,6o1,46g
1,585,660
1,588,130
1,%3,041
1,499,@7

1,325,032
1,269,324
1,251,720
1,200,9%

81,175
71,342
40,406
37,432
33,857
31,595

; J~~J~;

1,343,6E , 1,448,736
1,326,1241 1,363,651
1,334,7%,, 1,201,430
1,297,5% 1,043,676
1,276,08E1 918,873
826,786
1,229,9Q/

bw,965
1,099,511
1,092,087
1,078,930
1,061,882
1,015,398

19,004
17,098
16,842
16,448
15,653
15,015

C
C
C
0
a
0

982,933

;Ey:
~g3
6341820 Y7o:u7
621,2g4 1,@6,9%
629,587 l&33,019

14,361
14,725
15,037
14,762
11,004
9,963

0
0
0
0
0
0

9,827
8,986
8,562
8,528
8,610
8,875

19,532
20,076
20,573
21,050
21,692
22,599

791,360 1,186,853
838,266 2,223,188

9,368
8,968

0
0

7,922
7,385

22,851
23,174

July.....
August. .
September
October .
November .
December ,
/
1945
!Januexy
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June..
July.....
August.

,
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1
. .
. . 3:679:23C)
. . ;,;$g
)
.. .
. . ,:ll,:o:

.
.
.
.
.
.

,
.
.
.
.
.

2,g48,181
2,819,577
21753,455n
2,793,704
2,884,5>7
3,026,651

1,202,7w ;
1,177,023
1,151,073
1,144,417
1,135,001
1,172,60&I

3,264,135, 1,245,781

. . . 3,399,935, 1,298,!3% ,

718,782

1,219,374
1,148-,268

10,292

16,758

17,599

10,610

TOTKL . . .
d No-reports prior

to this date.

201

APPENDIX

CONTmAL

P

ARMYSTRENGTHBY TYPE OF PERSONNEL
,

t
Year
ana
Month

Total

Eficers

Enlistea

Men

December . . . 1,493,740

105,121

1,3a1,270

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

108,599
115,829
121,753
127,577
141,374
159,272

1,557,749
1,775,9J+o
1,928,4-E
2,049,198
2,178,i'39
2,302,378

. .

182,141

. .
. .

2 %
248:473
267,543
296,807

2,459,983
2,630,211
2,902,789
; @~~~

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .
E&l
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,673,139
1,899,067

2,058,025
2,184,853
2,329,378
2,472,4o7

2,655,647
2,848,068
. . 3,148,054
. . 3,513,108

.
.
.
.
.
.

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .

4
.
.
.

1944
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

?g',9'o;z
, 9

.
.
.
.
.
.

;Jp;
5:247:715
5,320,184
5,320,328
5,355,683

. . 5,347,130

;E$:
365:911
376,319
387,821
403,040

4:001:850
;Jgg;
$y&;
4;840:726
h,855,262

Nurses

886
851
773
710
1,614
2,688

7,024
7,368
7,651
8,069

10,283
11,093
11,067
12,118
13,139
13,970
;p:;:
6699
19,610
20,389
21,127

21,382
p;

236
246
258

3:401

51:191
;;,gz
,

12,540
12,711
13,041
13,109
13,162
13,189

3,603

13,123
12,619
12,530
12,127
12,077
11,920

6,000

19,714
19,120
18,091
18,226
18,430
18,511

743
741
742
753
758
729

318
329

3,457,641
3,342,722
3~79,085
2,m,o16
; 7;;; 7;;;
I 7

17,301
17,000
16,957
15,921
15,686
15,064

716
722
;2
794
793

412
380
381
456
491
484

2,461,657
2,337,274
2,271,238
2,300,728
2,380,531
2,500,427

15,744
16,550
20,413
23,477
25,286
26,325

803
765
760
788

;2;
548
617

8,800
8,966
8,798
8,754

~~

gi

;t;;,

;,g;;y
, ,

27,575
29,280

887
952

751
837

4,741,499 430,580
J+,547,209 420,743
412,532
y',;7;;y
4:172:265 ';;g$-i
4,110,644 395:266

4,212,767
4,026,4$q
3,900,400
; ,a;;,,;;;
$6o6;o83

July...
.
August . . . .
September .
October . .
November . .
December . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

3,9%,641
3,840,298
3,679,230
3,467,613
3,298,609
3,119,011

385,257
380,144
379,005
367,626
368,954
369,396

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

. 2919,577
. 21753,455
. y&;;;
.
. 3:026:651

2,948,181

361,536

202

2,894
p'a,"

;E
307

.
.
.
.
.
.

TOTAL . . .

7,471
8,560
9,715
10,584
11,076
11,817

g:
730

.
.
.
.
.
.

31264,135 413,640
31399,939 430,864

&I 197

Et 2782
21:073
20,696
19,875

;::
349
318

a/ 728

-1,192

; s:;
6:45o

91 434
508
523
573

Total
WAC

-1,811
3,697
6,379
9,915
12,762

282
308
306

.
.
.
.

Flight
Off loem

2,512
3,315
4,213

622
662
713

21,857

July.
. . . .
August....

Warrmt
Officers

5,905

6,447

4,832,546
4,778,672
4,712,281
4,570,658
4,508,955
4,339,420

;2;%:
353:801
363,762
386,143

ical

Therapists

890

E: '28:fj
438:486
433,118
435,432
431,140

.,.
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

Phys-

6,459

5,294,825
5,239,683
5,094,675
5,037,833
4,864,359

.
.
.
.
.
.

Dietitians

11,676
11,493
10,595
'9$i
9:137

10,297

10,878

a/ 306

;G;
t
E;
3:903
4,163
5,073

2;:;
6:615
- E:f

60,466
49,130
49,457
;g:
54:625
56t;z;
g:g
66:0%5
68,439

11,205
14,569
18,124
18,249
19,843

70,433
73,268
74,329
75,599
77,244.
76,374

20,899
21,693

78,183

22,221

22,293

cxg;
83:246
82,062
79,612

24,741

77,295
74,888

21,611
22,384
23,158
26,519

APPENDIX

P

ACCESSIONS OJ?MALE OFFICERS BY COMPONENTAND SOURCE aF APPOllUMENT rl

YMX
and Month

Total

ReguLar
Offhers

r

l-

National.
Guard
Offioers

bf3WW

corps

-December . . .
1942..
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
1 June.....

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

July..
.
August....
September
October .
Flovember .
December .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

&T&.
January
February
March .
April
,
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

. .

July.....
August....
September
October .
Movember .
December .

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

g&...
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

9%
9: 018
10,974
11,949

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

1945
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

203

q+$e
24012

30,547
23,814
22,814
27,715
23,958

16,288
16,235
16,710
13,624
%+z
15:978

16,447

12,212

14,235
13,186
12,914

10,161

72,339

Lviatlon
c-ad&

k?Pf
hers
leaerve

xrce
3eserve
Xfioers
CraMng
Corpe

4

1,705

37

165

IQ

48
v 1, 38
1,315

1,562
115
133

18,588

2,150
1,327
4,600

125
117

1,419
1,951
2,4@

2,617
2,u6
3,381
3,798

144

2,909
1,246
1,396
539

'ational
Guard

61727
6,898

5,052

3.0

a
13
8
10

6

3:;;,

ii
249

15
14

19
13
15
ll

7

2
1
1
2
2

-11
9

1.042

6

399

18
6

5E
45
8
18
6
1

15
622
;

u

II

4;:
0

16
21

9,608

7,520
10,153

corps -

2,493
%g$z

251
15

25,988

28,563
32,457
31,399
25,799
37,799

24

L24$

3$

15,287

TOTAL . . .

21

17,538
24,366

23,015

July.....
August....
September
October .
Novmber .
December .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

3,301

'8 Reser

OffiC
Total
Iffiaers

;

41

2
1
;
z
0
2
0
0
1
1

$

%%ii

7'557
6$L6
1,271

0
0
0
1
0

1,027

0

2,729

1,506

1
0
0
0
2

949
1,642
469

1,308
1,176

2
1
0
0
0
1
0

.a&3Q&
901
395

J2!2
0
0

2,421

2,972

5,150
%g

71284
5,782
2,165

24

643
536

z;

46
67

33
25
;

41

4Q

12

%

i

7
4

ET

1
0
0
0

1
2

23

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,997

0

1

ill
-3

426
313

1,878
1,160
364
819

305

3

101

15
3
6

6

i
0
0
0

2
1

0
0

17
5

0
0

0
0

762,235

3,784

381

,13,862

230

59,053

2

ll
IA

5:

1
0
0

_o
0
0
0
0
0
0

22

4%
182
34

;

13

ff Accessions are based on monthly reports compiled from questiomaries
Month of accession reflects date reports are received at the TAG.
$ Incomplete.

2

3
23
276
37
9

6

239
179

177
200
2

3

0
0
0
1
0

219
283
502
571

10

224

5,049

3

7

m

11

s

259

3,686

10

i2!2
19

70

233
242

476

82;

2

2,"

36
18
18

17

12,367

3.X

68

2,004

792
639

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

w,w8
9,517
9,933
9,721
11,968

669

431
3,745

Xtizens
rIi1itarr.y
hining

5

0
1
0
0
1

1,421
398
1,210

907

22
814

2
1
1
0
0
0
0

1,991
1,846
743
274
792
291

0
0
0
0
0
0

3%
303
384

3:

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2

5

6
3

0
0

2,320

36,590

1,219

.a
ll

%394
110

t:

5

1
10

27

prepared at the time cd' appohmt.

203

APPENDIX

P

ACCESSIONS OF MALE OFFICERS BY COMPONENTAND SOURCEOF APFODWMENT
g
I

Officers

Year
ala

Former
World
W8X

Month
I
J=&
December . . .
1942
January
February
Msrch .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .
m..
January
February.
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

. .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

116
3,865
478
423
623
457
307
335
548
243
180
140

z:
5
13
13
11

147
69
48
51
14
11

9
;

2

lg&.
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

i25

July.
. .
August. .
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

0
0
0
0
0
0

. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

July.
. . . .
Augustd
. .

0
0

TOTAL . . .

4,326

204

335
537
251
240
115

34

.
.
.
.
.
.

g/

.

2,;;;

26
40

.
.
.
.
.
.

f/

107

3
2
2

July.
. .
August. .
September
October .
November .
December .

m..
January
February.
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

-

ReserTre corps
(Cont'd:
Civil
Enlisted
Life
Man
L&Et3

;;

1

E

2
12
4
7
0
0

1

1
1

2

La
0
0
0

1

2
0

i
327

13
2
18

2

T

Axmy of the United States - Source
Total
A.U.S.
Officers

Officerr
Reserve
corps

0

0

12

6,515
1,003
589
454
442
690
505

193,031
1,826

103,751

812
2

8,346

11,166

1,324
836
329
185
83
70
5%
29
22
ii;
97
74
103
102
15
32
110

L5.2
g

1,975

-4,010
6,822
12,395

16,176
18,004

23,910

26,974
26,373
22,328
32,238

w

869

20:055
24,411
21,074
21,295
25,931

21,943

22,999

14,628
15,760
15,400
12,432
T%$

2,008
4,086
6,823

;%E
f

2,377

7,747

644,208

1,183
860
643

10

9
10
I

2
2

2:

2,451
68,237
827
1,223
2,788
4,059

6,491
8,499

7,967
7,791
4,707
7,339
8,496
8,050

4730
1,028
764
1,542
1,090

2 02

%--57

257
387
288
233
176

?sg

:
1

11,841

140
180
44

i

9,109

z:

10,315

33
23
18
21
4
8

85
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0

24 635

3,248

3,674
2,188
2,891
4,025
4,411

?%

2:746
3,100
5,048
5,630
2,332

22

@i

25
:i
80

131
23
47
::

45

147
51

3

6,922
5,283
4,455
3,707
3,829

53

21
10

;:

1_04

0
0
1

;i

149
113

1,276
1,487
1,925

9,698
10,719

106
78

478

19,960

941

6

1,004
7%

cl

11;854

Reserve
Officers
Training

1,268
1,306
1,357

3,146

1,494
2,357
1,067
1,631
991
4,551

11,964

105

16
18

6,626
4,495
4,033

13,290
11,020
8,980
9,242

9,748
9,685

;zg

144

9,990
11,378

1,052
1,188

I
7; 2g
9:OPl

100

48
19

16:546
18,237
14,307
11,263
13,403

13,302
11,864

12
-i

110

102
68
64
41

231714

:
2

6,698
9,807

;z

110

2 ~~~

15:574
16,008

:
35
1
2
0

4;

120

6,621
11,487
14,747

25

11,895

310

5

Ef

l%s$?

0
0

6

Aviation:
Cadet

662

0

9

National
GLlB.Fd

763

11,482

1
0

Officere
%nd.idate
School

289

1
10
0
0
0

0
0

(Continued)

TE

9’;

261
-iF

11

24
30
11

16

29
62
41
8
10
0
0

24

5

Is

15
1-3

0

13
1
1

10

4

3

.I.

_I

1,749

0
0

1,072

0
1

1
0

280,726

1,061

198,037

14,437

1,524

2,449

Acessions are based on monthly reports compiled Prom questionnaires
Month of accession reflects date reports are received at TAG.
Incomplete

1,012

prepared at time Of appoirhent.

APPENDIX

P

ACCESSIONSOF MALE OFFICERSBY COMPONENT
AND SOURCEOF APPOINTMEiTi'T
g (Continued)

Amy 0: the United St
Year
ma

Citizens
Mili-tXQ
Training
Cap

Month

December . . .

34

35
174
321

2
285
736
3%
781

ZM?
;i
340
604
679
775

44

774
861
790
501
474
273

. . .
. . .

5%

. . .
. . .
. . .

121
42

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
March.....
April . .
May. . .
June . .

. . .
. . .

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

. . .
. . .
. . .
.
.
.
.
.
.

waJcT3.nt
Officer

RillSted
Mea

4

2

January.
February
March.....
April . .
May. . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

Former
World
WeX

;;

17
11

4

Y

y$i
I.24
158
I.24
110
138

2
2
2
2
1
1

~610
843

1,012

846
662
490

v-

21
3;:
555
460
623
456
428
284

.
.
.
.
.
.

77
f:
50
14
16

;2
358
302

. . .
. . .

%
104
144
17
7
5

98
442
120
200
130
360

13
19
ll

240
433
1,003
2,014
1,308
331

1944
January.
February
March.....
April . .
May..
.
June . .

. . .
. . .
. . .

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

January.
February
March.....
April . .
May......
June . .

. . .
. . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.

f
0

es - Source ( lntinued.

Q
5

142
99
137

344
231

62
136
l%
20
109
4

299
389
349
464
335
199

i;

2,912
2,811
2,253
2,922

1,827
569

197 2
1;304
1,468
624
561
503
T

222

299
335
784
614
11

544
783
1,190
783
414
963

61~m
364
297
275
138
lx
45
ST8;

32
75
202

q,crrg
701
1,730
3,176
811
758
831
486
536

2;
46
37
13

1
0

848
298

73
27

TOTAL. . . .

857

7,643

28,726

4,228

8/

x;
2:053
1,609
1,969
2,911

7,208
277

0
0

af
g

26.662

.16
-t-z
E
168
80
l20
84

July . . . . .
Augustd
. . .

6

2

7,203
8,275
8,101
'5,601
4,528
4,436

;!i
327

. . .

. . .

=fE
590
1,102
1,938
4,646
5,757

208
329
233
143
147

14
-5
2
0
1

43

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

42
9L%
;606
1,137
728
1,364
3,585

Civil Life
ana
Others

Flight
Officer

588

25
i;

New series as of this date.
Accessions exe based on monthly reports compiled from questionnaires
Month of accession reflects date reports exe received at TAG.
Incomplete.

39
163
101
115

100
57

18,930
,

88,039

prepared at time of appoinixvent.

APPENDIX

Y

ACCESSIONSAND SEPARATIONSOF WARRANT
AND FLIGHT OFFICERSAND ENLISTED &EN
Warrant Officers

Year ma
Month

4ccessions

1941. ,

December. .
.
.
.

Separations

160

6

10,158
191

1,658
20
24
74
84

1942.
January .
February.
March...
April . .
May . . .
June. . .

.
.
.

E
41
1,106
2,299

July. . .
August. .
September
October .
November.
December.

.
.
.
.
.
.

283
986
1,484
1,307
1,122
1,235

z&2..
January .
February.
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June. . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

-=-IT
1,52
1,497
1,432
1,557
1,548

July. . .
August. .
September
October .
November.
December.

.
.
.
.
.
.

ggt.
January .
February.
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June. . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

5 $2
610
541
504

July. . .
August. .
September
October .
November.
December.

.
.
.
.
.
,

302
381
452
235
250
43

142

1,242

744
810
646
608

l-

Flight

4ccessions

r

Officers

Total
Recessions

Separations

84,141

207

1,468

199
71
107
129
141
141
110
150
106
99
106
109

El

453
1,541
$E&
'453
677
304
500
52:
2:;
772
1,369

a/ 01
2,508
30
31
53
32
90
161

1,762
2,509
3,325

8,685
357
594
392
439
553
704

1,514
4,734
4,544
2,068
3,641
3,783

31,421

169,726
131,090
109,407
114,731
112,768
94,768

751
834
866
996
1,252
947

94,933
91,008
6,232
61,947
56,534
62,926

85,727
81,016
60,743
58,610
49,920
57,376

;:
109
204
165
149

5%
21657
2,305
2,080
1,179
1,219

%it
1:232

yg%
84:299
95,885
87,622
104,948
117,213

57
140
116
96
114
85

380
133
0

74
8
1

876
1,008
0

644
427

31,039

4,900

54,661

17,712

a/
f$
i/
J/

184,148
142,449
118,618
120,615
120,957
122,584

1341872
140,910
82,307
86,773

1,011

July. . . .
August. . .
unknown &/.
TOTAL .

26,603

?!s%?
781975
121,250
127,805
75,798
77,762

1,046
1,484

%2

BE?5

Enlistments

278,712
323,458
331,133
:P?:f:
394,002
4581248
374,849
392,926
344,738
2.659.737 2,376,309
385,161
::z'8:
374,546
3331021
379,113
246,956
273,549
211,966
184,431
225,631
187,994

;zz
361
453
333
232

.
.
.

.

Cnductions

317,016
362,288

2,280
72
245
521
293
264
374

&zi!!B.
January..
February.
March...
April . .
May . . .
June. . .

Men - Accessions 1 I

3,815,221
1y1,100 %3%
203,420
1651370
241,127
186,489
216,490
260,015
222,664
189,231
218,112
252,687

214

161
186
211
160
135
182

Enlisted

%gg

649

299
865

1,121

1

New series as or th18 date
Incomplete.
preliminary.
The accessions of enlisted men are based on the enlistment
Adjutant Canwal. for the month stated.
&/Does not include enlistments in Regular Army.

i/

96,026
57,449
8,391,477

57,521
655,034
90,839
38,000
54,381
41,455
29,530
34,468
36,145
362;:;
114;382
75,138
37,275
4,516
281
513
164
261
288
908
665
285
376
157
125
493

7,172,647

2570

2,070
3,903
107
2,159
1,924
1,737
58%
,
10,913
37;151
45,928
26,332
27,247
36,729
13,757
11,074
8,835

58%:
271323

122,370
=e
335 #i :;:z
429 y$ 13,192
214
12,891
191
6,318
8,220
791
333
69
2-62
347
151
216

%gg
-%f
75:037
257
87,289
306
80,812
158
102,257 .'I
237
107,567 i--.-785
87,717
54,046 kl

ERC
Calls

::f

722,911

cards received and processed by The

8,873
9,923
5,227
2,990
6,463
5,334
y?&
,
9,005
8,290
6,652
2,454
8,861"
,7,953
3,229
495,919

APPENDIX

P

ACCESSIONSAldD SET?ABATIONs CFWARRAEP AID FLIGHT OIKFICERS AND XKCEQED MEN (Continued)

lL

Year and
Total
Month SIsparation

412

1941.
December .
&.
Jane.
February
March .
<April .
May. .
June .

.
.
.
.

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1943.
January..
February
March...
April . . .
May . . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1944.
January..
February
&oh...
April . .
May. . .
June . .
July . .
Aqua-t .
September
October .
November
December
&.
Jan-..
February
March. .
April . . .
M3y..
.
June . .

r

P II: isted Mer - Separa
Deaths
rl !dissing,
POW,and kdared
Dead
Battle
ionbattle
Interned

E?-$sf

.
.
.
.
.
.

y%

71355
8,364
q193
2 , 2:

.
.
.
.
.
.

23,869
24,723
29,765
36,081
37,730
44,873
1,110,233

55,702
93,590

.

149,942

.
.
.

1q703
76,049
90,254

.
.
.
.
.
.

871934

87,983
~2,522
101,476
p;;
%-i$

49'692
441162
40,951
43,487
60,523

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

40,391
53,254
f&t;

931895
105,063

3 204

6 003
-3

239
71
148

558
95

2

41
27
31
- 75
LEi

14m;

271
355
373

655

43

g:

2,010
1,353
1,098
1,109

2,540
1,346
s$%

31281
2,354
2,532
4,108

u, 591

14,048
lO,OB

10,695
10,014
13,144
14,363
54.305

.
.
.
.
.

45:898
49,369
51,728
71,110
1'77,834

July . . .
AugustI/.
IJDhmwn. .

163,727
188,473
275

224
142
198

14
iz

1, W3

5

1,575

51

1,246
915
1,349

7;

47

1,254

32
110

1,001
1,2ll

14,596
1,304
1,222

1-P

21

%
.&3
80

Yg

27
13
2ll
183

349
267
150
330
403
275

45,074
55,911
83,547
81,165
55,302
38,651

%

181
213
320
637
1,200
3,734

520
525

0

658

14,090

24,015
34,182

587
685
431
455
3,861
105

2$

243
0
0
0

5,160
11,611
P.,260

16,139
17,293

21,854

25,847

21,941

30,096
%g

=-s

28:297
29,763

1,810

2,043
2,039
2,425
2,709
2,236
2,447

16,929
7,539
5,916
2,078
3,138
2,429

20,193
19,884
17,990
13,049
10,065
19,595

1,781
2,453
2,323
2,452
2,169
2,572

w

1;405
1,101

353
E

554
554
449
539
713
1,453

1,560
1,655
1,451
2,417

331
432
2,318
1,213
233

154,260
182,831

1,589
1,245

189
84

0

27,805

22,292
22,555

176,696
15,lO
15,97
15,076
16,059
16,183
19;322

3

7,963

xi;

9: 102
13,636
15,854
641
10.
-z- 1

9

23,339
24,ll2
54,901
159,566
0

2,948

1,040
1,411
1,411

16
9
3%
1,Y 1
22:368 1,759

'22"

2 865
g7G

331
155
442
-14,518
18,892

27,25&
2,317
2,457
21,807 2,219
18,284 1,981
18,375 2.016
24,706 2;514

0
0

2’088

123
65
77

420
485
537
551

%g$
24Z636

z$

-SE

1,524
693

26,742

184

1,254
1,127
1,063
1,683
1,125
1,247

1'186
11404
2,og4
2,730

8,432
9,707
12,572
61,752
117,055
79,889
37,528
44,951

1,369
986

33

;g
6:476

234
136
108
179

539
296
282
538
371

1,099

634
611
607
859

727 567

2G

179
192
361
177
231

1,117

YE

94;
61

5,868
13

com-

missions

167,322
3,053
2,120

9,831

12

z

E

695
942

3,279
3,279

1

92

390

1,130
1,018
1,094

900

Status mf

1,5a
2

f&q

617
585
505

w

Inactive

L
1

13

49r

12,622
9,451
12,779
13,686
3,696
1,507

?$-%

L3-

412

Transf. to

0

9; 145

9,453
111138
;a

5,818
3,413

,

0

103,828 669,177
47,46i
To!mL..
2,94b,324
170,915
19,568 8,401
1,859,106 67,868
I
g The diecharge and nonbattle deaths from 1 December 194lthrough 31 December 1944 and overaeaa sepexatione
frQUI 1Deomber 1941 to date are baaed on service records received ti processed by '&G for the
month atate&
ConWtal
separationa from 1 January 1945 to date are reported by eervloe commands.
Service reoords reoeived more than four weelrs after separation, were proceased in the following month.
Battle caaualtfee are reflected by month of occurrence. Honorable diecharges include pbyaical and mental,
over 38 yeare of age and over-age, demobilization and miscellaneous (Hon). Dropped from the rolla, resulting from AWOL,are not reported herein 88 separations.
q Prellmirnrry.
4 Less the "over 28" category.

L

207

*

.

APPENDIX

ACCESSIONS

Year
and
Month
1941
December. .
1942.
Janwy..
February
March...
April . .
May . . .
June . .

.
.
.

1,239
633
1,548
1,029

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,037

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

x2!4.
Janusry..
February
I&rch..
April . .
May . . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.

July . .
August .
September
October .
Novexiber
December

.
,
.
.
.
.

.

. :
.
. .
. .
. .

4,316

715
1,.741

3,820
6,136
6,294
8,265

1,379
1,741

&I

1

0

9

%E
14:677
14,583
9,382

4!2
0
0
0
0

5,673

:

6,764

255
43

T+g

2'077

240

1)381
1,932
1,528
1,779

5,614

907
914

:E
23

Fig
11213
983
781

700

97
32
46
29
40
23

Eq
653
650

t:
65
36

'6;:

:i

2
z

4,396
3,912

4,476

3
4
0

3,780
4,502
3,059

1
0
1

2 60
%z
2,9

0
77
0
0
0
0
0

EE
31404
;,z;

69

82

822

6

400

1,u6
517

$

641
97

23
68
14
8

4-b
t1
29
;:

11
10

126
147

87

20

788
l,ll4
2,251
2,638

364

0
0

260
30

TOTAL. .

240,628

76

49,722

z
44

16
17
2

1,765

4&gg
3,199
3,510

344
6;

34

&I

4

2

311
35

3
4

34:

6
3

23
15
115
42
2$

2,400
41;177
2,740
2,360
4,480
3,159

210

0

20
69
14

8

22
31

11,464
6,472
4,064
3;304

811

140

ST;

10,421
12,270

2

2

13

42

10

104.111

314

1,335
1,646
781

Y

313
2,307

22b

4,458
43,036
3,841
3,455
4,196

&I

268
313
31:

1,610

0

941

208

WAC
Enlisted

21 ;

628

July . . .
August g/ .

g/
i/

WAC
warrant
Officers

WAC
Officers

%
1,219
1,299
632
1,547
1,029

%

. 1,215

.
.
.

F a/
IiJ

Physical
Thernpi&Y

Dietit~mls

b/
-.

378

378

.

1941..
January..
February
March...
April . .
May. . .
Jme . .

L&2.

Nurses

ARMY F'EBSO=

-

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

January
February
March...
April .
May. .
June .

Doctors

Total

OF FEMAIE

I’

0
0
90

5

51
2

2

E
15

Pi

:
0

46
1,332

3,585
3,362
3,741
2,956
3,382
2,344

2
2

16
16

12

gg
3:693
3,721

E
6,917

0

0

1
35

1,120

1,127
I/
z/

523
237

180,781

New seriee a8 of th
date.
physical therapists, WACofficers and WACwarrant officers
Accessions of doctors, nurses, dietitians,
reflect month of entry on active auty. Data on nuraea prior to February 1945 were based on mnthly
Accessions of WACenlisted personnel basd on
reports received from the Surgeon General's Office.
monthly reports fYom enlistment paper8 received by TAG are shown by actual month of enlistment
from July 1942 through October 1943 and by processing month thereafter.
Figuree for 1943 include WAAC
personnel reenlisting
in WAC.
Incomplete.
Preliminary.

.

AFPENDIS

SEPARATIONS

Year
and
Month

T

Total

l&l
. . .
December . . .
1942. .
January . .
February . .
Wch
. ..a
April
. . .
May . . . .
June . . . .

'i
.
.
.
.
.

I

Nonbattle

%c
695
470
440
22

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

614
600
476
691
708
751

&2&j..
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
M3,y . . .
June . . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

lY$yi
308
903
943

0

1,210

1,148

0
%

1~216
79

56
.

10

25
142
26
23
20
t;
118
110
2L!z
249
181
124
169
198

23
29
21
18
25
19

16
17
19

120

356
3a4
392
464
455

439
359
255
245
304
312

477
475
486
465
371
426,

.
.
.
.

1944
January
February
March .
April
.
my . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

43,922
2,762
2,724
2,978
3,020
3,380
4,259

14,088
22
695
771
913
1,773

463
521
450

. .

4,243
4,055

1,621
1,589
1,441
1,090
1,456
1,467

550

.
.
.
.

;'g
41235
4,655

g&2..
January
Febrvary
March .
April
.
I&y . .
Jme . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

39,084
4,329
3,841
4,274
4,126
3,598
6,771

July.
. . . .
August g/ . .
unknown- . . .

4,564

.
.
.
.
.
.

TCICAL . . .
n/
oj'
&/

7,485
96
108,496

23,953

iz
6";
40
36
z;

&7&

$2
247
235
451

1,768
100
90
84
96
134

6,138
170
199
240
228
315
353

213
173
92
229
229
217

441

111

438
676
866
1,032
1,180

ZLuil
219
317
259
203
413
288

17,886
1,218
1,092
1,221
1,271
1,368
1,477

104
117
271
262
447
685

2%
332
0
0
0
0

1,551
1,470
1,659
1,770
1,818
1,971

;tz
387
335

2,600
457
469
366
504
313
222

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2iJ22
1,989
1,879
1,914
1,715
2,475
5,871

326
277
0

155
84
30

0
0
0

z;i;

it;
430
422
433
2,761
388
369

l5,604

6,307

4,362

%!Q
14
12
16
21

:
0

18
17

339
337
178
358
268
196

92
107
163
245
104
145

Yg

iLx!J
1,312
1,069
1,565
1,454
342
226

4%
XT
38
17
7

493
77

20

:
0

6”

9

2Q

3L
327

1
8

Discharge
Other Than
Honorable

22

23

185
172
207
229
234
292
%

Dishonorable
Discharge

0

560
25

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

6
39

Honorable
Separations
and Retirements
pl

0

288
2

1,695
1,610
1,677
1,969
2,126
2,325

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .

42

Declared
Dead

;::
130
141
105

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Missing,
POW
and
Interned

4A
494

July.
. .
August . .
September
October .
Npvember .
'December .

. .

OF MALE O-FFICERS BY CAUSE ;/

Deaths
Hattie

P

6,843
4,107
0
54,951

23

22
29
25
:r
23

z&

2
1

z;
38
39

16
12
18
9

;'8

28
18

55

E
27

;:
86
113
99

22

6X

EE
66
54
::

'

42

89
36

$

L;
54
52

a;
348
75
23

32
108
fE

2
36
75

E
42

45
19
0

19
15
0

1,211

2,108

Battle casualties are reflected by month of occurrence. Data of nonbattle and other separations
reflect date repoh are received by TAG.
Honorable separations and retirements include retired, resigned, honorably discharged, over-age,
demobilization,
no suitable assignment, physical disqualification,
and other causes.
Incomplete.

209

APPENDIX
SEPARATIONS

Year and
Month

&.

Total

Doctors

OF FBBIALE f-C&E PERSONNEL n/

Nurses

T

Dietitians

Physical
Cherapists

WAC
Officerf

Warrant
Officers

Enlhtea

. .

December . . .

146

1942 . . .

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
:
.
.
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

I

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
,
.
.
.
.
,

69.224

July.
. .
August..
September
October .
November .
December .
,

.
,
*
.
.
.

.
.
*
.
.
.

1,856
55,867
2,179
582
694
711

p&.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

1
q

July..
,
August..
September
October .
November .
December .

.
.
.
.
.
.

#
.
*
.
.
.

.

a

.

.

.

I

.

I

.

#

.

.

.

I

July.
. .
August..
September
October .
November .
December .
g&j.

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .

Q&j.
January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June . .
z&E

P

.
.
.
.
.
.

;i/:

TOTAL .

146

110
139
150
151
163
132

299
624
574
458
443
350

. 8
. #

299
191
199
115
185

a/

241

2

1,521

4a

%i!i

0

56:
1

138

7
15

1,970

17

1,694
55,483
1,838
426
512
486

962

1,306

110

145

151

148
171
215

9/

1

z9:

171

784

159

4
6

gt

180
212

2
4

d28

203
254

288

1
0

2
1
0
0

18
;I

-i
0
0
z

2
1
2
2

228
254
312
270

;
1

18
!
0

7

10

1
3
%

%$i

22

3 37
255
310
213

.3
‘2
4

2
1

204
53

1,692

204
190

180

1,412

482

67

81

1

17,842
1,823
1,393
2,029
1,598
1,765
2,823

433
374
342
258

106

:z
1,033
1,392
2,115
1,817

1,340
1,376
1,417
1,662
1,673

1,648

2

1,940

%Z
139
150
151
163
132

ii

10,535
332
501
604
644
703
1,170

14
15
17
22
24

596
1,057
1,113

25
:;
19
33
35

1,142
1,310
1,36!

1

1222
25

16,001
1,513

1,104

10

1
0
0
0
0

2:
38
25

a/

1,662
1,338
1,528
2,758

X~1"
9

0
0

179
93

8
0

3
0

28
2

0
0

L/3,712
2,386

104,400

h

7,913

92

40

939

1

95,411

New Item as of this date. Source : Strength of the Army, 1 November 1945.
Incomplete.
Preliminary.
therapists, WACofficers and WACwarrant officers
Separations of doktors, nurses, dietitians,
physical
reflect month of relief from active duty. Separations of nurses prior to February 1945 were based on rer
personnel, Including those discharged to acports received from the SGO. Separations of WACenlisted
cept oomm., are recorded monthly by TAG subsequent to discharge and are shown by actual month of
Figures for 1943 Include WAAC
separation from Aug 1942 thru Ott 1943 and by processing month thereafter.
personnel separated to reenlist In WAC. Excl:. dropped from the Rolls AR 615-300 and Desertion (23).

a/
i/
I/
z/

*

210

APPENDIX

T
Year and
Month

Total

&..
.
December . . .
1942..
January .
February .
March . .
April
. .
May . . .
June. . .

51

.
.
.
.
.
.

%g
1:279
229
328
28,971
341

4s
104
156
38
75
2,486
84

322

. .

177

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

January
February
March .
April
.
May . .
June. .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

m.
January
February
Merch..
April
.
May.. .
June.....

.
.
.
.
.

July.....
August....
September
October .
Noveniber .
December .

&

January
Febru&y
March .
April
.
May . .
June.....

. .
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

A-w&/:
: :
unknown . . .
TOJIXI . . .
3

220

239
329
3,029
3,072

I$
109
135
383
417

410
354
3,
7,096
4,571
;,;g

12,096

1:577

Es

10,426
7,240
6,807
6,453
9,221
7,594

1,572
1,424
1,013
1,328
1,203
1,398

3%
171696
12,623
11,611

55.845
2,125
2,835
2,610
3,281

=,Q

;z

535
717

54,408

2E
9

@,w52,584
58,838
54,435
73,811
89,543

6,534

. . .

.
.
.
.
.

Killed
in
Action

104

.
.
.
.

July.
. .
August....
September
October . .
November .
December .

Total

1,097

July.
. .
August....
September
October .
November .
December .
.
.
.
.
.
.

Offi

18,520
7,960
1,g
3,967
glr699

61

5i
19
127
25
19
1%
;;
9%

102
2355

232
185

123
163
190
119

437
359

255
232
264

297

Action

c&?k
33
29
g
24
zs'
;i
182
166
%$
190
221
297
24.6
91
522
348
302
289
374
376

1,487
1,430

3,059
2,523
2,527

1,284

984
1,291

6,967

1,275

25.412

5.482
1,191
892

1,417
1,275
303
195

2,042

2,812
3,016
12 0
-4i
2,m

g#5&
10

73

10

2,3:;
35
49
;;
39
103
149
z?t3

%i
191

55

120

97,664

21,883

39,087

253
26,485
257
78
106
130

62 o 4
-32,96
6,297

8,&J+

5,125
8,018
6,196

27

;

2:

1m
798
844
FE

926
216
1,778

1,212
;:i
2,197
1,197

1,988
1,887
1,678
1,217
1,570
2,676

61,m
46,744
53,349
5O,lsQ
68,138
82,576

11,123
11,811

17,039
7,104

442
10,533
7,488
10,688
11,288
2,899
1,165

119

618

:;i
3,174

z&,694

848,445

443

297

203

120

5:;

13

w
141861
10,013
8,330
18,765
48,008

1,631

353
105

27.915

38

611

5,794

4q

55

96;

22
690

2,646
2,655

565

90

22

194

Wounded Missing
in
in
Action
Action

;i
26, olg
9%

20.844
971
1,468
1,395
2,044
1,967
1,983

1,209

;z

191

5,816

807
565
725

233
63
103
36%

1,123

613
717

‘66

373
Y$

257
375
366

3,085
2:

yg

Personnel

Killed
in
Action

993

4,036
4,572
3,381
1,001

2,359
3,184

Total

2

7.187
1,298
1,369

355
216
793

zz

Mi~iw
Action

51

634
645
766
866
1,661

41243

5,297
4,620
6,232
5,569
1,481
856

Wounded
in

=%T
733
570
471
1,015
2,756

;cig
5,673

Enlisted

ra

12.902
579

P

%-z
11281
2,591
3,326
1,908
331
5,712
3,512
2,966
2,899
4,873
4,005
32!$$$

8X

45
381

1,575
1,448

5%
1%

4,172
t%

547
454
1,364
1,092

1,867
1,260
94%
994
%si

2,017
2,347
3,690
9,861

81325
5,893
3,131
11,906
33,114

31757
2,103

11,833

45,062
33,092

5,018
5,218
6,657

$779

8,434

8,961
8,499

;;I$;
49:079
45,887

2,852
3,169

5,033

6,984
7,936

24,878

26.563
%z
39;7g

9,806

3,873
?zi

48:338
13,066
5,657

1:074

124
146

617
262
977

154
84
2,051

143,982

559,030

145,433

179

282

Uolmded
=camplete* in action l.zuAUw died of wounds, returned to duty, evacuated to U. S., wounded (missing in acticm r3tatut3), uuuuaea (fzzmmmt status).
Missing in action includes died of wounds, died of other canseq
returnsdto
mriliw
CoIlk%l, prI8onere of WBsand internees CaptUrea or Interned and declared dead.
de-a
dead, returmsd to 'duty, zoiesinS in action (current status).

211

APPENDIX

P

TOTAL ASF OPERATING AND NONOPERATINGPERSONNEL
Continental
Yeax and Month

Total

Oversaea
(ml-v)

Total

United State8

Military

Civilian

2943
January...
. .
February . . . .
March......
April . ._ . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June ,.....

4 2,423,728

d 2,423?728

cg 1,385,%11

eJ 1,037,917

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September . . . .

2,357,119
;>pg;
3 >

2,357,119
2,434,055
2,326,284

1,364,342
1,520,607
1,468,7u

992,777

October . ; . . .
November . . . .
December . . . e

2,272,673
2,282,494
2,307,345

2;272,673
2,282,494
2,307,345

1,426,204
1,445,023
1,474,55%

1944
January.....
February . . . .
March......

2,215,820
2,223,510
2,267,729

2,215,820

1,3%0,306

1,383,751
1,422,674

835,514
839,759
845,055

2,223,510
2,267,729

~",~~
,
846,469
:;g;:>

16,294
16,169

2,134,362
2,047,849
2,x7,891

1,288,309
1@92,275
1,250,23%

846,053
855,574
877,653

16,292
109,323

2,065,933
1,956,973
1,944,227

l&%5,645
1,08%,5%3
1,0%8,270

880,288
860,390
855,957

1,984,590
1,942,377

162,357
140,065
102,585

1,822,233

1,052,519
~034,652
987,484

769,714
767,660
763,523

. . . . *
February . . . .
March......

;,gg

114,395
136,496

110,721

1,740,733
1,728,122
1.691,%0

964,499
949,376
927,772

776,234
778,746
773,738

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

1,816,821
1,914,14%

2,044,748

85,259
78,753
116,603

1,731,562
1,835,395
1,9%,865

970,187
1,083,700
1,179,731

761,375
751,695
748,414

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .

2,029,259
2,107,246

96,184
171,035

1,933,075
1,936,=

1,187,376
1,225,477

745,699
710,734

April . , . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

2,134,362

JLLQ . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September . . . .

2,0%2,525
2,o66,2g6
2,076,4%3

October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

2,064,143

2,144,060

1,853,592

1;8&33

TOTAL. . . . .
ef

212

No report8 prior

to this date.

e]

132,256

1,802,312
1;751,007

_

APPENDIX

P

ASF OFERATINGPERSONNEL
- CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES r/

T

Year
and
Month

l-I

Total ASF
Total

Military

799,689
830,863
877,624
938,971

235,ooo
239,ooo
245,000
252,000

civilian

Class I, II and IV
natallatlons
Total

Military

civilian

Class III
Installatione
(civilians)

509,220

55,469

T

I

December . . . .
January.....
February
March:/
AprU . .
May . . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

July . .
Auguet .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1941
January.....
February
March. .
April . .
May.......
June . .

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
. . . .

115621741
12568,734

July . .
August .
Septaber
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,375,42%
1,351,543
1,325,034
1,332@3
1,326,814

. . . .

1,322,571
1,31'+,619
ym&

January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
January.....
February
March......
April . .
May . . .
June . .

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . . .
. . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

. . . .
. . 8. .
. . . .
. . . .

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
TOTAL. :.

. .

l&9,513
1312,599
1381,944

1,36o,gol
1,4@+,576

1,479,lOO

1,520,43%
1,%1,6og
yp@&

1,555,940

;$%z
40%:000
442,000
477,000
512,000
539,000
525,000
548,ooo
553,000
550,000
545,!?76
554,287
489,721

4%9,!?71'

564,689

591,863
632,624
6%6,%1
745,513
;;;,59&91%:9Ql
pg
t
981,438
l,ol6,6og
991,390
1,001,056

1,012,741

1,022,75%
l&n,653
885,707
8yp;

482:14%

2&?E

W:663
844,666

;7p;

847,145
850,477

449:135

744,220
771,677
814,362
870,274

;G?;;:
827:oii
834,818
870,390

1,422,294
l&39,948
l&40,251

1,453,950
1,461,467
1,477,632

539,000
525,000
548,000
553,000
550,000
545,976

;?;zi
8g2;251
900,950
911,467
931,656

98,144
101,661
99,139
100,106
101,274
91,102

1,463,%30
1,286,930
i,263,400
1,23%,497
1,239,535
1,232,637

554,287
489,721
489,971
480,210
482,420
482,148

909,543
797,209
773,429
758,287
757,115
750,489

92,110
88,498
88,143
86,537
92,548
94,177

1,230,137
1,222,602
i,212,616

475,426
464,142
449,135

1,215,5%3
1,240,302

44:g;
4391577

754,711
758,460
763,481
768,120
778,788
800,725

92,434
92,017
91,117
87,417
86,025
86,865

804,wg

86,850
84,341
82,992
0
0
0

El:; g
%64:013
887,590

1,221,080

1,316,654
1,295,767

425,725

89b,g29
868,390
855,957
769,714
767,660
763,523

1,229,804
1,211,426

1,230,191
1,233,574
;g,g;
1:216:457
1,232,599
1,251,172
1 ,u9,594

514,460

1,204,119
; G&g

E: >;;;
431:154
439,655

1:209:323

~;~Ef

1,230,191

453,957
454,828
444,075
450,036
464,762
484,185

;i: '$

4%4:105

1,233,574
;g,;;;
1:216;457
1,232,599

505,473
508,860

1,251,172
139,594

505,473
508,860

745,699
710,734

g?gJi
439:655
$>9&
J
453,957
454,828
4@,075
gyg

g::;

68:697

304,000
356,000
40%,000
442,000
4T7@0
512,000

451,960
436,795
439,577

1:209:391

252,000

532,677
569,362
618,274

818,460
1~26,939
1,194,550
1,26g,ou
1,311,818
1,3%2,390

1:301:6~3
1,327,167
1,2%7,111
; ,;s,gg

235,000
239,000
245,000

;$;i;
E&14

767,660
763,523

74,351
85,660
67,394
91,890
g?;::
>

776,234
778,746
;c3&,

-

E/ New eerie0 as of tbie date.
r/ Data for montha prior to August 1944 oaqparable with later months. Adjustments made in data for
Per~oa~~
1942 to July 1944 to allow for changes in accounting system introduced in August 194.4.

213

APPENDIX

P

DISTRIBUTION OF ASE' CIVILIAN EMPLOYEZS
llerioal
Aamin.
Fiscal

Crafts
Protect.
iustodia:

Jngraded
!d

51,520

34>$34

82,915

539,226

635,107

19,921
19,599
18,778

$s",'
40; 189

340,630 g%g
323,501
308,802 6y;400

517,023
452,867
420,655

587,728 405,194
536,9?+ 376,474
500,139 357,685

432,279
429,194
425,270

18,286
17,959
17,594

38,433
',pg
,

305,733
304,493
301,773

69,827

414,190

491,369

$::I:,

3:;; t

January . . .
February . . .
March . . . .

835,514 424,057
839,759 426,800
845,055 430,840

17,252
17,030
16,768

301,384 69,526
307,278 70,659
312,332 70,752

411,457
412,959
414,215

480,768
480,813
479,153

365,902

April
. . . .
May I....
June. . . . .

846,053 432,550
855,052 436,623
877,120 450,458

16,710
16,506
16,415

316,912 68,816
321,465 68,841
334,573 70,167

413,503
418,429
426,662

474,965
474,773
480,491

371,088
380,279
396,629

July.....
August....
September . .

879,761

399,283

October . . .
November . . ,
December . . .

Year and
Month

Total
Graded

Pi-of es-

L, 041,192

501,966

22,347

992,922

485,899
460,581
437,169

Grand
Total

SiOnal

Sub Pro'essional

Male

Female

1943
January . . .
February . . .
March . . . .
April
. . . .
May . . . . .
Juneef
. . .
July.....
August....
September . .
October . . .
November . . .
December . . .

&Elt
846,469
837,471
832,787

69,210
68,914

406,085

355,100
352,997
351,948

1944

30,1=

29,811

29,303

354,746
358,946

30,047
29,470

70,551
71,180
;xg
3251269 70,385

427,228

gg>;;;

:g$;;;
9

16,246
18,465
443131% 18,194

ti:2kg9

475183% 3z t

769,714
767,660
763,523

16,749
3;:;
16,645
3971715 16,577

26,156
26,029
25,417

303,597
304,078
301,672

367,808
366,113
365,808

417,695
415,134
414,455

16,626
16,571
16,540

25,936
26,050
26,378

304,873
307,858
307,139

:;:2:

374,482
374,473
370,416

355,259
E$Z
358,00%
4141965 358,773

25,670

302,128
301,145
305,421

;? 2;;
511381

$3;;
3501230

304,648
*

53,628
+

346,005
*

g;,;g

28,464

:?;;:
5J+:o49

352,019
352,526
349,068

1945
January . . .
February . . .
March . . . .

776,'r‘34
778,746 E?g;
773,738 403;322

April
. . . .
May . . . . .
June. . . . .

396,651 16,483
77;:)2;;
394,262 16,360
7481414 398,184 16,,420

July.....
August....

745,699
710,734

399,694
*

16,359

*

25,124

24,962
25,059
Y

54,317

406,717
;;2:$,

354,658
352,284
352,182

393,277 352,422
+
-It

TOTAL . . .
+ Data not available
ef No reports prior to this date
r/ The figures for the period June 1943 through July 1944 include employees on terminal
leave or extended
leave without pay, and employees serving without compensation or at a dollar per year or month.
The
figures for the period from July 1943 through July 1944 exclude Corpe of Engineers Civil Functions.

APPENDIX

P

ASP NOopvO~TINGPERSONNEL

Year and
Month

'January.
February.
March....

T

Total Personnel
jfficer
EnlisteC
Total
El

T

Training Status
Officer
Enlisted
Total
&!I

T
Total
-

Processing
3fficer
El

Enlisted

. .
. .

April . . . .
May. . . . .
June%/.
. .

839,835

July. . . . .
Augusts/ . .
September . .

595,301

44,919

810,055
1,030,23%
977;698

562,515

46,414

October t/. .
November, . .
December. . .

945,297
961,896I
991,453

289,637
283,567
271,859

:2tE
5201335

1944
January...
Februa&.
March...

904,10(
g18,81t

273,781
266,662
195,880

479,455
436,446
554,128
11,208

233,834

. .
s

972,74(

April . . . .
May . . . . .
Junei/.
. .

%35,48(
753,755
809777;

39,958

769,819

July. . . . .
August....
September . .

759,03:

36,542

;::s: ,

722,491
718,10%
729,026

199,782
217,605
460,897
427,418
435,282
397,780

October . . .
I?ovember. . .
December. . .

758,4%c 50,541
714,93f 52,079
624,891 48,277

707,939

;;;,!Xg

976,614

247191

January...
February.
March....

605,635
611,3y2
574,432

;p+;

218,667

. .

r

ZEf

47,694
47,581
48,745

April.
. . .
May..
. . .
June. . . . .

50,085
Z:$:
7771134 Eg>

July.....
August. . . .

741,649
851,col

71,814
86,175

6&,&9

525b7
1

z;fi$f

,

710;2%2
I

g%;2

11,873

449,024

510,563
447,052
245,042

10,052
10,699
11,353

417,336
424,583
386,427

195,5=
193,468
222,525

10,522
16,431

7,992

187,520
182,946
206,094

9,927
9,765
8,537

:z;::
23g:oo4

212,572
246,499
268,474

17,239
21,216
23,810

195,333
225,283
244,664

195,371

7g:
9:303

210,713
187,509
170,930

266,657
275,481
267,795

23,625
22,949
21,762

243,032
252,532
246,033

185,552

7,946
7,658
6,683

191,608

177,606

178,820

305,122
386,483
470,782

27,374
36,721
46,595

277,748
349,762
424,187

199,647
231,622

427,332
429,175

48,581
55,059

378,751
374,116

180,233
199,266

185,503
208,257

241,802

8,610

10,180

TOTAL . . .

I
a/ No reports p:rior
hir 5 date.
z/ Includes nurses, dietitians,
physical therapists,
warrant officere,
and flight officers.
4/ Indicates chaqe in form of report.
FQure~ from different
forms not comparable. Information
ments not avaitible.

ior

adjust-

.

215

Ii

APPENDIX

P

ASF NONOPERATING PEXSONIK5L (Continued

Yesx and
MOT&h

T

En:

T
ute Over, 2s
Officer
Enlisted
81

b lcellaneo
Officer
Total
d

Total

Pools
Officer
d

44,623
55,281

13,905
16,185

loo,587
55,213

17,088
15,792
15,388

17,088
15,792
15,388

18,135
46,884
41,644

95,016

Total

Enlisted

Enlisted

1943
Janwy
. . .
Februaxy . . .
March . . . .
April
. . . .
May . . . . .
June
. . .
July.
. . . .
Augusts/
. .
September , .
October t/ . .
November'-. . .
December . . .

142,227

30,718
39,096

154,992
145,845

1944
January . . .
February . . .
March . . . .

161,289
174,PPP

15,190
16,154
13,914

15,190
16,134
13,914

40,664
38,267
33,819

April
. . . .
May . . . . .
June t/
. . .

80,330
62,563
62,038

11,973

5,700

56,338

11,155
16,745

u,973
11,155
10,795

5,950

32,832
15,364
25,055

382

July.
. . . .
August....
September . .

90,741
92,366
114,435

2 '6;:
71807

83,596
85,673
106,628

13,477
10,582
9,&l

10,665
8,639
7,931

2,812
1,943
1,870

31,885
23,430
28,606

467
599

2;96:
28:007

October . . .
November . . .
December . . .

132,710
108,230
69,532

12,185
9,314
5,268

120,525
98,916
64,264

13,870
11,950
10,610

9,015

4,855
2,353
2,286

;?g
28:734

2,175
2,817
2,338

33,175
31,992
26,396

January . . .
February . . .
March . . . .

81,402
102,046
-76,347

5,724
6,765
5,844

75,678
95,281
70,503

;7%i
9:245

7,886
7,203
7,886

1,885
1,359

29,ol2
29,406
40,812

2,505
2,808
3,950

26,507
26,598
36,862

April
. . . .
May . . . . .
June. . . . .

50,237
44,373
81,588

2,888
2,688
5,190

47,349
41,685
76,398

9,033
8,434
8,020

8,144
7,620
7,105

889
814
915

36,021
24,755
31,241

3,733
790
1,279

32,288
23,965
29,962

July.
. . . .
August....

59,746
134,054

5,040
12,007

54,706
122,047

8,723
9,027

7,989
7,115

734
1,912

37,591
36,943

1,594
1,815

3;2i
,

688

24,673

1945
2,011

TOTAL . . .
e/ No reports prior to this date.
';;/ Includes nurses, aietitians,
physical therapists,
warrant officers,
and flight officers.
X/ Indicates change in form of report.
Figures from different
forms not comparable. Information
justments not available.

.

216

for ad-

APPENDIX

ACCESSIONS AND SEPARATIONS
Types of ASF Full-time
Civilian

Authorized

Year and
Month

Number d

1943

T
3atewJ

Inoluding Intra-WD
Transfers and Shifts

Excluding Intra-WD
Transfers end Shifts
Number d

t

hate WJ

Separations
Including Intra-WD
Transfers end Shifts
Number d

366,980

521,165

Employees

l-

Accessions
I

P

l-

Rate 4

Excludiw Intra-WD
Transfers and Shifts
Number d

Rate w/

529,537

696,109

January . .

Februzwy
March...

.

April . . ,
May....
Junsd..

97j972

10.4

86,789

-9.2

86,837

9.2

73,315

7.8

July ,..
August . .
September .

85,468
70,931
81,508

;:;

1o:g

$X$
53:518

E
6.9

117,469
184,244
102,703

12.8
21.8
13.2

86,224
140,954
76,382

9.4
16.7
9.8

October . .
November ,
December .

71,819
63,096
50,371

$3:
.

48,882
45,084
37,470

6.4

11.4
8.3
7.1

;;>g;
411663

8.6

1944

62,978

59,144
66,387

. . .
. . .
. . .

62,308

July . . .
August . .
September .

74,396
70,903
66,078

October . .
November .
December .

58,001
51,397
43,151

April
May.
June

1945

@;i:
>

61,551
pg
,

April . . .
May..
. .
June . . .

45,580
45,619
59,409

July

55,373
47,000

. . .

August ,.
TOTAL

.

l

4705,755

541157

6.1

Lx.

28"

61,651
53,575
59,988

8.1
9.6
10.5

50,128
58,741
71,624

6.5
7.6
9.0

it:

55,085
$2:
>

;:;
.

7Q.8

ZJ

5.8

z?T$
37:362

6.1

E
6.3
6.1
86::

p;;
41:x34

8.1
7'::

45,066
43,153
48,130

60,921
64,931
64,898

239
8.2

;x;;
54:122

69,030
89,922
79,543

8.6
10.5
9.4

54,122

6.7

g7:69:
>
48,624

::'o

d

XJ 8.1

;::

3
451,951

352,010

;:2'

d

:‘4g

d

2:
7:o

42,732
;;,;g
,

6.9

44,898
:Gz,
48,122
70,066

$?i;:
521944

7.2

60;049

2::

2gi,

6.3
5.1

56,245
80,337

7.6
XL.2

1,335,31l

1,910,402

2:;;,

55.69
6:3

6.5
5.8
5.4

392,563

48,468

;:i
.

::;

616,689

762,3'@

46,527
46,090
52,246

8.3

411,789

Janufwy . .
February .
March...

2:;

616,321

772,801

Jenuaxy . .
Februexy .
March..
.

“61gz

;:;

5.9

2::

7.3

9”::

1,938,789

tJ No rsporte prior to th!.s date,
vJ T~rpes of personnel formerly not subject to ASF authorization
are not included in the data prior to August
1944: WAE; Maritims; force aocount and
purchase hire; trainees and students; Engineers Civil Functions employees.
~'Flatss represent the number of accesejlons or separations per hundred employees. Rates are based on the
average of the authorized-tgpe full-time
employment strengths at the beginning and end of the reported
gonth.
E/ Bulk trs=fere
to AAF upon trensfer of certain A~F aotivities
are not included.

other

2117

APPENDIX P
.

WACSl3ENGTHAND SEPARATIONS
Bratlone

WACSt] Total

Xficers

+3.rrant
lff leers

tinlisted

Total

of Enlisted Womeny/
E[onorable 1 Other
I )iElChargeId Than
E[onorable
d
-I-

Deaths

comulis-

sions

1941 . .
December . .

.

l&2. . .
January. . .
February . .
. .
krch..
April.
. . .
May . . . . .
June . . . .
728
1,811
3,697
6,383
9,920
12,767

41 43;

21,58;

1,789

34,049

2,052
2,501
3,160

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
. .
.
.
. .
. .
. .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December

.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
s
.
.

1944..
January.
February
tich..
April . .
May..
.
June . .

.
*
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

68,801
73,435
77,152

July . .
August .
September
October . . .
November . .
December . .

‘8;$;;
861351
89,014
90,519
90,191

July . .
Awst
.
September
October .
November
December
g&.
January
February
&ch..
Atxil .
t&Y
* .
June, .

60,243

1,379
2,922

999

58%

1,319
1,545

11:222
19,793
31;997

4,212
4,917

55,326

yg

51430
5,428

57:731

;gi?
,

51,875

5,s;
5,861
5,845

55,485
58,081
61,370

:g

4
4
7

10

5,868
5,907
5,930
5,900

15
18

20
20

:‘g,

25
26

July . . . .
August . . .

94,330
90,779

5,827
5,752

98,935

p/

73,356
77,830
80,401

2i

E&60;
88,093

27
27

g;z
931095
90,780

29
22
56

88,447
84,972

55

*

/

:e

433
;B
258
241
67 i256
377
483
963
1,310
:%;
,

iI

61,918
57
150
453
623
808
959

29
1
1
i
3

1

1,115

Ii '/5:m;
'204
334
330

46

yg

3
1
~~
648
710
1,177

:
7
7

602

6

435
544
618
650
1,054

1,062
;
1

16,062
1,521
1,107
1,668
1,348
1,528
2,776

6;
-3

E/ ~;~~

95,547

320

23
20

:

i:
51

528
252
203
127
162
148

3;
15
16
8

Y8
22
24
27

z
E'8

;,;52

!i
Azi
2:

'981
1,556
1,241
z50:
,

13
3

2,346

3,579
-

2

5

18

136

5:
38

1,050
1,010

%E

10
0

508

18

,

2

kg

1,130
673

2;

1,118
1,143
1,313
1,367

428
368
331

Lf : 2%
178
504
12 q

f

'430
513
488
Isag

5:855

96,557

92.46;
93,976
96,859
99,288

!I

1,695
5;,42

;&;

5.83;
5,856
5,795
5,717
5,808
5,733

TOTAL . . .

1‘1 727

775

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

m.

January
February
March .
April .
May..
June .

.
. .
.
. .
. .
. .
. .

:I

8

lQ!i

86,718

2g
63

;;
58

428

121
100

80 53
13
1,1927,501
27

L
New series as of this date.
Incomplete.
Honorable Discharges Include F'hys. & Mental, Demob. & Mlec.(Hon).
EEoladee drdppd
from the rolls per
AR 615-300 & Des.(23). Separations of WAACbAcare'shm
by aptual month of se=iXon
from Aug 42
through Ott 43 and by processing month thereafter.
Z/ During Au&, Sep, and Ott 1943 apprcdmatsly 14,199 WAACEnlisted Personnel separated at own request
due to conversion to WAC.
$1 Includes 41,177 WAACmlisted Personnel se-ted
to reenlist in WAC.
a/
g/
z/

APPENDIX

(j

TRAIh’EE STRENGTHOF ALL ASF TRAINING ACTMTIFS

_

Year
and Month

Total
Strength

ASF
Training
Centers

T/O

Units

Special
Training
Units

WAC
Training
Centers

Schools

1943
January . . . .
February....
March . . . . .

&I

a/ 138,051
519,333 d ;&Tg
138,980
553,189
3061045
138,322
591,027

d ;;J;;;
22;341

April
. . . . .
May . . . . . .
June......

594,021

3o9,ol-l

138,728

gJ:;:,

;z;g J

July......
August. . . . .
September . . .

651,275
662,108
700,635

321,789
329,064

154,141 g . 2,070
8,769
138,508
16,445
~3,096
20,622
93,135

October . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

662,688
z?;;;J

380,303
346,574
336,388
315,593

149,624

86,799

77,069
79,572

21,966
14,597
9,396
6,990

4,662
5,547

51118,303
2;:;,
l21,471 id
126,588
119,854
108,905

2,845
8,496

26,040
66,314
89,353

i$g,

113,369

21,034
22,310
24,659

6,641
5,170

72,603
65,144
56,110

129,037
133,885
135,629

29,219
30,666

3,502
4,886
5,737

:x;;

116,118

531026

34,103

5,559

59,817
pJ+;
,

35,134
34,611
35,374

7:o30

64,067
62,441
57,038

41,362
41,608
33,901

2;:;

z0,200
3,982

;3#:
281409

5,192

1944
January . . . .
February . . . .
March . . . . .

gJ;L:

257Z685

April
. . . . .
May I . . . . *
June......

480,679
504,354
522,ooc

July..
. . , .
August .' . , . .
September . . .

552246;
457363e

October . . . .
November . . . .
December . . , .

422,702
:80;%2
,

255,968

86,667
87,378
91,481
95,018

29,159

29,183
28,411
24,032

240,735
231,048

129,531
160,191

212,971

181,061
185,881
177,642

21,747

;;g,g

g,g

186,903
165,534
‘1=2;i~
135:429

18,890
16,493
f;
zi

2;::
,
t;t;

9b!x

ii:726

75,124

12,137
14,101
15,001

4,829

27,372
26,139
22,140

24,520

6g,4oc

83,3m

17,378
20,231

7,268

19,341

9,284
6,963

24,510
23,806
23,802

19,065
17,766
13,722

17,408
14,324

2,088
2,785

26,610
20,959

16,171
16,453

5:31o

32,061

129,622

1945
January . . . .
February . . . .
March . . ..a

275,571
227,092
2o7,29f

131,589
3

74,801

April
. . . . .
May . . . . . .
June....
. .

212,12:
224,826
212,937

60,601
54,015
42,~s

99,718

106,731~

July.....
August.

220,525
227,44E

46,W
68,226

111,359
104,701

.
. . . 0

TOTAL . . . ,

22 ,

5,492
5,655

24,347
21,778

--

*

Prior to April 1944, the figures shown for Special Tralnl
Units indicate strength at replaoement tralnlng centers.
So that duplication of strengt$s shown for
0 Units and Schools would be avoided subsequent
to April 1944, the strength figures
for ASF Training Centers do not Include T/O units at the centers or
trainees on detached service at schools.
d Data not available prior to this date.
bJ New ffem as of this date.

219

APPENDIX

?ZNLIS~

Year end Month

Q

SllRFNGTB 0-F ASF TRAINING

lotal Strength at
Replacement
Training Centers

Total Strength
at Unit
Training Centers

CENTERS

AS!?Training
Total Strength

Centers
T/O Units

1943
January ..........
February .........
March ...........

&/ 13I3,Wl
138,980
138,322

April ...........
May ..............
June ...........

138,728
149,624
154,141

July ...........
August ..........
September .........

138,508
123,096
93,135

Ootober ..........
November ..........
December .........

sj;Jz-;

January ..........
Februeuy .........
March ...........

86,667
87,378
91,481

79:572

&I

*
*
*
96,461
109,494
99,667
*
+
*
*
Y
*

142,14t:

129,425

April ...........
May ............
June ...........

35,543
$?t;;
J

b/ 205,462
248,507

July ...........
August ..........
September .........

28,844

276,645
283,900
268,211

October ..........
Noveniber .........
December .........

28,558
13,484
14,624
12,092
7,291

286,832

255,485
219,171
168,476

b/ 110,444
106,976
101,641

72,269

72,618
66,498'

1945
January ..........
February .........
March ...........
April ...........
May ............
June ...........
July..
Augud
TOTAL

.........
..........
.........

* Data not available
a/Datanotavailabl0prior
to this &ate
%/ New item as of this date
z/ Discontinuea.

220’

63,246.
48,095
35,085

6,271
;,Fg
J
2,829
2,606

28,601

25,444
17,161

2,651

3,728
5,959

141,355
156,313

23,491
41,180

APPENDIX

Q

TRAINEE INFLOW AND DISPOSITION OF OUTPUT
OF ASF TRAINING CENTERS
Inflow
Year
and Month

r

Reception
Centers

Total

From
Other
Sources

1943 . . . .
January:/...
February....
March . . . . .

*

+

+
*

Total

Disposition
verseas
eplacement

of Output
ASF
Units

Units of
Other
Comlands

62,933

465,038

82,974

153,093

40,138
39,204
39,809

2,683
1,993
3,564

14,619
16,586
14,574

;%E
&5

45,031
49,373
38,279

10,555
7,009
4,783

12,332
15,433
13,260

7,042
imz
I

44,602
50,563
39,023

8,458
8,769
9,422

16,676
20,333
15,249

x:;
2:371

7,654
11,068
7,016

6,913
4,507
2,611

2,842
1,310
655

119,317

7,982

42,4;

W+P;

*

April
. . . . .
-May . . . . . .
June......

43,181
54,639
35,574

43,181
54,639
35,574

+

July . . . . . .
August : . . . .
September . . .

31,402
21,912
20,160

31,402

Y

21,912

20,160

*

October . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

18,714
18,197

*

19,111

18,714
18,197
16,191

2,920

31,717
29,561
17,738

1944 . . . .

444,443

163,288

281,155

430,035

125,486

January . . . .
February....
March . . . . .

21,437
20,288
25,971

17,416
16,284
19,771

4,021
4,004
6,200

14,437
20,299
20,655

6,399
11,228
10,716

1,292

1,647
1,473

483
527
551

April
. . . . .
May . . . . . .
June......

25,025
64,906
71,738

21,090
18,819
15,871

3,935
46,087
55,867

21,389
18,393
27,152

10,032
8,087
9,938

1,214
1,453
7,071

684
240
1,450

July......
August.....
September . . .

50,990
57i937
37,842

10,245
14,420
14,307

40,745
43,517
23,535

40,120
58,877
46,290

16,808
15,239
10,501

7,598
18,176
16,390

1,194
873
660

October . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

31,927
21,533
14,849

8,709
4,192
2,164

23,218
17,341
12,685

44,803
58,196
59,424

8,888
9,281
8,369

18,561,
24,160
20,282

1,309
9
2

1945 9 . . .

228,963

99,957

129,006

215,808

58,787

40,851

154

January . . . .
February....
March . . . . .

16,180
19,374
27,249

2,743
5,052
6,389

13,437
14,322
20,860

38,032
26,028
22,919

'62;i
81742

13,866
7,038
4,590

2
13

April
. . . . .
May . . . . . .
June......

28,177
‘6,880

33,727

12,552
20,910
23,400

15,625
22,970
10,327

19,083
27,066
24,569

6,902

4,890

3,441
3,961
4,448

11
5
2

July......
August.....

29,692
30,684

19,132
9,779

10,560
20,905

24,696
33,415

4,595
11,526

1,118
2,389

8
104

267,247

31~~261

TOTAL . . . .
* Data not available.
a/ Data not available prior

*
*

*

*

l,f10,881

7,748

71,069

to this date.
(Continued on next page)

221

APPENDIX

Q

TRAINEE INFLOW AND DISPOSITION OF OUE'UT
(Continued)
OFAEiF!IlWitNINGcENTERs
D~BDC)Si .tion
Year
and Month

Z/I

Overhead

Returned
to Other
commends

Service

Schools

1943. .

94,951

January..
February .
March . . .

4

April . . .
May..
. .
June . . .

15,844

;yt::
,
5,617
;%2
f

3,227
3,557
3,6=

.

g/ 3,129

g/ 1,647

4,896

2,091
3,396

4,566
2,911
!v

d

1:882

1,574
1,103
854
Ii ;,9';;
3;048

763
339
811

2,270
1,833
547

106
203
136

742

Other

39,586

d yg

8,634
8,175

8,719

Died or
Hecharged

11,468

9,774

1944. .

. . .
. . .
. . .

To
Infantry

10,123

October . .
November .
December .

April
May.
June

ASTP

(Continued)

10,401
12,186

July . . .
August . .
September .

January..
February
March...

of 0ut1gt

l

19,032

240

183
241

57

21
d

1,635
961
4,689
3,127

6,069

2,978
1,099

5,558
2,977
lg 2,422

3,893

1,301
466

3,755
2,845

25,285

54,615

305
474
284

466
492
588

2,025
2,191
3,191

22
531

618
633
745

3,864
4,800
2,641

1,398
1,091
431

952
1,400
897

5,183
13,532
7,037

361
636
271

1,237
9,219
8,038

2,122

6,384

July . . .
August . .
SeptemQer .

5,170
7,609

2,765

October . .
November .
December .

;%
6:376

1,444
609

1945. *

75,480

6,569

3,570

1,317

17,045

12,035

.

6,084
8,949
5,652

724
1,009
1,614

3,570
d

208
187
197

3,345
1,177
757

2,504
1,004
1,354

April . . .
May..
. .
June . . .

11,482
12,286

ii;:
327

219
182
113

1,132
1,043

1,606

1,228
2,615
89-f

July . . .
August . .

14,589
11,840

406
907

134
77

2,392
5,593

1,454
979

January..
February
March...

TOTAL. .
af
bf
cf
df

4,598

1,604
lil;> ;;;
,

16,586

22,602

19,169

5,447

2,582

106,236

Data not avail&ble prior to this date.
New item as of this date.
Discontinued
Beginning in June 19&k, trainees were SE& to service schools on detached eervice,
remaining unaer ASFTC
jurisdiction.
Upon completion of school courBea, they were returned to ASFTC's for further training
and assiment.

22/2

--------

APPENDIX

Q

TURNOVER
OFUNITS IN~TRAININGANDREADINESSREPORTSON COMMITTEDUNITS

Year
and Month

Preactivation
Trainti
-End 0:fl
- !lonih e/

In Training,
End of Month
Number

strength

Number

.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

33.
January..
February
March...
April . .
May..
.
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October
November
December
A

1944

January..
February
March...
April . .
May . .
June . .
July . .
August .
September
October .
November
December
1945.
January..
February
March...
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . .
August .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
l

.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.

Unita Shipped
Overseas

Strength

1941. .
December. .
1942.
January..
February
March...
April , .
May . .
June . .
July . .
August ,
September
October
Noveaher
December

T

Strength

5
7

435
-65

745
-3
28
34
45

155,186
8,098
y9;

22
iii:
2:
;:

d1 g
1:263
1,173
1,278
1,373
1,590
1,560
1,972

1 747
78

i/238,205
267,644
306,045
309,011
310,533
314,349
;;;>;ig

fz
;z.
159
173
188
178
173
114
358

2,000
2,012

1,909

380:303
346,574
336,388
315,593

1,728
1,658
1,699
1,741
1,582

280,97;
283,307
257,685
255,968
240,735 !?I 24.4

1,361
1,109
998
968

212,971
186,903
165,534
153,869~
152,905
135,429

44;;

l&

150
84
25

1,463

zz

*
.

E

.
.
.
.
.

g:
375
278
302
513

231,048

67:923
60,601
54,015
42,199
46,893
68,226

2.626
212
222
271
199
Tg
197
182
218
220
153
249

419

387
520
408
283

22

8
. 3'
2
0

TOTAL . .

8,97i
3,628
3,145
2,593
1,398
685
576
0

go0
133
154
127
125
1;;
3777

1

Committed Units Inspected
by The Inspector General
Total
Decl red
InCom- spected
Not
Ready
f/ Ready
mitted

11; og8
16,140
7,740
18,241
19,864
11,612
16,812
19,028
18,074
338 782
Tgi75

1,656

iL!z

19,474
13,740 81 209 31 47 81
22,311

2B

44 II 3

21,034

23,370 B/ 254 s/ 167 81 134 11 33
30,341
173
15
2:
::
18
176
",:t t;:
40
4
169
t:
6
113
39
&
350
67
50
17
212
26
55:095
29
3
428,426
656
3- ;
-3
43,640 28
z:
64
270
3
:t$:
18
198
28:768
:;
2
f;
:;e
lo
45,799
g4'
8
29,953
197
181
g
40
37,479
30,110
218
75
72
;
8
26,713
219
;z
40,681
1
153
:5'
21,288
2
51
249
;z
37,187
53
133
3
%g
4059
18,273
14,343
8,688
19,054
8,481
4,915

k/6,023 /1,034,997
to

T

4
910

91

144
147
108

21

-2 0
14
34
25
57

x3
31

20
;

:2

1
0
1

1;

;
1

5,140 i/1,441 A/1,247

194

110

75

110

11
12
20

::
11

. bate.
_.
18

$%%%?s
of this date .
-,
g/ Theee data do not repreeent T/O unite; they indicate basic training
of unassigned personnel&
ASFTC's,
under preactlvatlon
training directives,
preparatory to the actlvation‘of
T/O units.
f/ Include6 units ordered to move at current status of training,
that could comply with the provieione of
the nvxement order.
B/ Figure cover8 quarter ending with t&me month.
b/ Includes two units (GEQDepot), Type E) with strength of 306 men, not Indicated by branch of service.
by branch of eervice: 2 WACdetaohments; 3 CIC detachments;
&/ Includes the following units not indicated
and 1 Infantry Regiment (Puerto Rican).

223

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APPENDIX

Q

OIKF'ICER CANDIDATE

Year and
Month

1942.
January~/ ...............
February .........
March ..........
..........
April
May ...........
June ...........
July ...........
August ..........
September ........
October .........
November .........
December. ........
........
&
Januery .........
February .........
Arch
..........
..........
April
May ...........
June ...........
July ...........
August ..........
September ........
October .........
November .........
December .........
1944 .......
January ........
February .........
March ..........
..........
April
May ...........
June ...........
July ...........
August ..........
September ........
October .........
November .........
December .........
1945 ........
January ........
February ........
Mrch .........
.........
April
my ..........
June ...........
July ...........
Auguet ..........
TCYlYiL.........

224

Entered

1,359
2,588
4,127
4,806
6,043
9,329
10,160
8,421
12,496
10,221

8; 900

SCHOOLS

Graduated

46 482
556
170
224
1,320
1,614
2,056

7,472
7,665
10,174

281
3+3i
9
7; 891

-%%
71978

7,818
6,487
6,248
4,290
3,297
2,159

7,368
7,939
6,285
5,981
5,110
3,315

2,184
757
713
733

1,773
2,677
;'E;

1:828
5,188

2,392
1,199
1,915
2,746

Seperated

-%Y84
25
262
217
497
::t
925
1,273
1,539
1,977

24245
2;239
2,239
;>;f&J
1:145
739
531
480
261
8,534
235
243

222
343
651

540
58:
1,517
?Z
1:543

2,180

"6::
955

1,634
1,381

3,309

94.6
598

3,300

8,012
1,076

+Yi?
$4

1,417
1,099
1,024
497
888

1,490
824
1,164
931
749
884

1,211

800

170,967

133,338

-3%

616
454
470
$2;
.280
323
37,055

Strength

2E
51142
7,687

10,662
14,152

18,086
23,677
24,652
28,403
29,420
26,169
26,277
24,255
23,192
19,501
17,225
13,545
10,548
8,247
7,629
6,656
4,974
2,700

2,717
3,816
5,731
6,810
7,736
7,393

10,138
13,560
12,537
10,771
8,657
6,495

5,740
5,151
4,624

4; 429
3,957
3,160
3,019
2,612

APPENDIX

Q

iRM!f SERVICE FORCES SCHCOLS (mCE):
NUKhER, AUTHORIZED
AND GRADUATES BY BRANCH OF SERVICE J/

CAPACITY,

Service
Year and
Month

Number
of
Schoolr

Strength

1943 4 . .
January.....
?ebrua.ry . . . .
Wch......
April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

***
E
75

.

. . .
. . . .

April . . . . . .
May..
. . . . *
June . . . . . .
July . . . . . .
Awst
. . . . .
September . . . . .
October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .
1945

-.

Enlisted

4,792

36,273

94

17,661
14,238

34:
729

8,65Z
6,751

a6
90
81

10,426
8,382
6,958

i;:
516

6,028
4,897
2,946

508
583
1,054

2,501
2,471
1,990

2,638

8,865
1,040

350,369

6,255
9,316
;,g
f

;%e
281057

7,404
7.,648
7,331

28,527
21,632
18,729

i;
41

57,127

200,091

-.

yp;

5,229

45:181

;~~;:
,

18,828
15,887
15,389

36
36
36

2,539
2,121
2,114

529
298
125

662
64

;:9:3
55:354

6,265
4,720
4,338

p;$3

36

16:961

3358

1,884
2,099
2,256

451
135
49

857
699
838

61

zk;g

4,296

;5'

421287

:$z
,

19,271
18,337
17,540

26
22
25

2,147
2,134
2,214

3z:
120

1,370
622
693

;'o
50

37,552
33,400
23,965

3,649

16,647
16;342
13,510

19
21
17

1,877

117
169
199

gi
327

2,036

782

76

1944 . . .
January..
February
Mroh......

Officers

86,970
91,702
92,071

59,919
55,273
50,464

.

Strength

5,231
7,509

;c
69

l

EnlIsted

Graduated

2%,

October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

.

Officers

Number
of
Schools

5,942

;z

.

Graduated
I

77,026

87,931
82,859
73,072

.

Civllian

90,822

August . . . . .
September . . . .

Jaly

STKZNGTH,

i:
64

. . .

January . . . . .
Eebruary . . . .
Msrch......

44;
46

April , . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

2
57

JLQ . . . . . .
August . . . . .

56
42

98g:
,

E;,

29,775
22,803
30,050
33,421
35,202
34,080

24,260

.58,254

20,085
19,334
16,294

2,764
3,412
3,029

9,939
;?);z
,

18,6&

2,264

;,3g

18,794
19,873

;$:
,

6:609

22,738
21,298

2,818
3,505

2;;:
,

124
111

*

x29

6,368
;$i;
t

%

18
15
11

1,547
1,654
1,222

257
144
367

238
145
99

11
10
10

1,479
1,055
769

40
299
327

66
128
44

9
3

853
102

5;:

61
1

I
TOTAL -.

. .

172,209

608,714

9,466
I

;/

45,920
I

Data not available prior to thle date.
Data on Officer Candld.ate schools are excluded from thie seriea and are presented elsewhere.

225

APPENDIX
-.

APMY SPECIALIZED

Q

TRAIN-ING

PROGRAM

Year and
Month

Enter&I

Graduated

Seperated

........

169,237

8,343

25,265

1943

Strength

January .........
February .........
March ..........
April
May..
June.

..........
..........
..........

0
0
0

0
0
0

176
338
123

302
1,169
2,414

t%s
113: 369
129,037
133,885
135,629

2,845
5,651
17,544

July ............
Au@.LBt..........
September ........

;pg

October .........
November .........
Deoember .........

22,837
14,430

1,3i;

14,079

5,550

5,855
8,740
6,785

34,982

50,534

91,668

3,317

2,130
5,268
31,262

7,194
14,074
53,234

1944 ........
January .........
February,
........
March ..........

26:553

52'48%
,'

April
..........
May ...........
JLIII~ ...........

1,494
799

July ...........

7,680

2,845
8,496
26,040

129,622
116,118
34,103

4;;
1,883

453
865
1,901

;?i::
35:374

September ........

3,116
1,853

711
1,147
4,302

981
1,723
5,258

41,362
41,608
33,901

October .........
November .........
December .........

1,590
1,209
1,058

1,262
619
1,483

2,698
1,544
1,743

31,531
30,577
28,409

11,665

14,232

9,389

1,097
1,965
1,380

2,192

443

2,078
831
3,791

AU&lBt

..........

1945 ........
January .........
February .........
March ..........
April
..........
my ...........
June ...........
July ...........
Au@at ...........
TOTAL .........

226

4,547

3,745
1,737

215,884
.

1,147
2,684

740
769
73,109

2,794
991
1,265
1,078
1,017

24,520
24,347
21,778

1,002

19,065
17,766
13,722

556
6%

16,171
16,453

126,322

APPENDIX

-AV-ERAGES!tiRENGTH

WAC'S IN EMINIRG

Year and Month

1942
July . . . . . .
Auguet . . . . .
September . . . .
October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

1943

Total
in
'mining

4

BaSiC

mitary
training

Clerks

cook0

4 2,938
2,927

q 1,822
1,711
1,600

MediCEd
Tech.
4

MediCal
Clerks
J

krixnded
Field
i&vice

2,910
4,847
15,653
24,774
22,706
22,341

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

21,966
14,597
9,396

JuIy . . . . . .
August . . . ..t
September . . . .

6,990
4,662
5,547

October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

ai, 722
15: 575

2,816

13,232

2,8@
1,703
306

- ;i,;g
f
,;,;z;

14c

6,641
5,170
5,192

%
3:619

241

‘\ 1944
January.....
Febrwuy . . . .
March. . . . . .

3,502
4,886
5,737

3,717
4,304

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

5,559
5,723
6,352

July. . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September . . . .

2;;;
7:030

October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

6,515
5,310

5,402
5,000
4,059

4,829
5,492

3,023
4,126

506

5,655

4,208

2;;

7,268

6,929

2,818

579

639 q 1,578

628
617

754
1,733

857

3,362
3,357

1,086
818

2,859

892
548
709

I.22

326

E

;i;

156
187
123

a9
215
148

167
148
136

153
134
136

217
274
287

181
164

27-2
213

150

209

163

184
188
184

285

94

278

115
125

183

299
249

100

51490

1,426

4

3:

82
78

fag

1,707

22E
24E

3162

138

179
166
176

Ei

119
88

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

9,284
6,963

4,531
3,599
w7

257
255

22
21

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .

2,785

2,088

871
685

320
300

:;

TCFIYL.,

Other
Basic
Cechnlc .
$3C. 24

Motor
'chicle
era? ore

360
378
1,560

J&mm.....
Febru&
. ; . .
March......

1945
January.....
February . . . .
-oh......

,Q

542

58

412

253

167

104
19
0
0
0

427
605
451

J 365

142
202

41;
959

67

53

710
871
992

62

1,548

194

901
852

87

99

174
75
=3
217
147

21

2:

241
64.4.

r/

d

32

388
149

322
931
488

433
427

0
0

828
250

140

. . .-

g Data not available prior to thie date
lj NW item ae of thin date
lJ i3loluaee training for Ilefulerahip;
Mea8 SergeantB~ workers In dehydrated fOOdBj
W'B, War Orderliee;
TSpingj Warehouee Workersj and other similar training given from time to time ae need a&me.
4 Traidng givem at training cent&m for pereonnel specially recruited for General Hospital Cmpanies.
+ Data qot,available.

227

APPENDIX

Q

TRAJXEFLOW OF SPFLXALTRAININGUIIITS
T
Year and Month
1943. . . . .

Entered
T
Percent of
Number
Total
Inductees

Number

Percent of
Total

'Nuder

InaucteeB

Percent of
Total
Inductees

73.447

7.1

42,832

08.1

5,766

April . . . . . .
Mey . . . . . . .
June+....

4,201

2.2

153

91.6

14

8.4

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September. . . .

9,222
10,289
10,705

1,013

87.6
90.7
88.6

143
436
831

12.4
9.3
Il.4

October . . . . .
Nmember . . . .
December . . . .

$>g;

88.7

u.9

January.....
February . . . .
March......

461'4:';
>
10,017
9,749
11,18g

87.8

15:771

2:;
14.2

86.7

1,271
1,351
1,720

11.3
12.2
13.3

1944. . . . .

U2,423

11.6

122,177

84.7

22,049

15.3

Jiinusry . . . '. .
February . . '. .
-oh......

B,237
14,151
14,850

15.5
u.3
n.3

q510
u,924
14,063

88.6
85.0

1,479
1,896
2,487

xl.4
13.7
15.0

April . . . . . ,
May.......

Ill.0
u.,8
11.4

12,741

86.2

E%,

!zl .

2,033
2,417
2,000

13.8

. . . . . .

16,464
x,560
10,047

15.3
15.4

July . . . . . .
August . . . . .
September. . . .

9,424
9,853
7,419

10.1
10.5
10.2

11,034
9,052
8,774

84.8
82.8
81.7

1,976
1,877
1,969

15.2
17.2
18.3

October . . . . .
November . . . .
December . . . .

i?:g
71093

10.0
11.8
11.7

83.0
82.7
82.3

1,460
1,247
1,208

17.0
17.3
17.7

. I .

89,409

13.0

January....
4
February . . . .
March......

7,923
8,886
l&u4

12.0
12.2
u.8

April . . . . . .
May . . . . . . .
June . . . . . .

u,959
16,916
13.m

12.3
17.6

Jl0.y . . _. . . .
Auguet ..,..

XL,284
8,147

TUIXL . . . . .

295,279

June

1945..

bJ Newitem as of this date.

2128

74,311
6,231
G=

8,135

86.3

86.4
g:9"
89.2

u,659

13.6

1,137
1,007
980

15.4
.14.1
10.8

8,608
12,704
13,544

88&l

go.6
89.1

1,161
1,318
1,656

11.9
9.4
10.9

12.2

13.8

l&104
7,873

‘87.3
73.9

1,616
2,784

2:;

10.3

239,320

85.8

39,474

13.6

14.2

l

APPERDfX
‘Q;
,..

.,

W%rDenartment Mamale Published

Ycqxr,anaMonth

Total

Field Manuals

TIdIlillg
Filme
Released

Other
Technical
Manus

Film
Strips
Releaeea

1941.. ......
December .......
1942 .......
Js.nu&s?y .......
F&k-wry .......
March ........
ABril
........
May .........
June .........
July .........
At.@,& ........
September ......
October .......
November .......
December .......

84

2
16

9
11

7

6
7
24

i

1:
10

. .

January .......
February .......
Maroh ........
,April
........
,Mfiy..
.......
June .........
July .........
Auguet ........
Septeniber ......
Obtober .......
Noveniber .......
December .......

1945 .......
January .......
February .......
March ........
April
........
May .........
dune .........
AlAy .........
August ........

0
1

48

21 656

663

64

599

154'

228

27

0

27
36
72
56
49

14
14
14
12
16
15
13

4
20
20
36
9
18

h/

1944 .......

%YlxL

93

4
4

.......

February .....