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AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

When the Air Forces proposed in the fall of 1941 to arrange with Pan American for the construction of additional facilities in Brazil, the War Plans Division expressed opposition not only because of the reluctance of Brazil to cooperate more wholeheartedly in defense plans but also because "Pan Am
  • 1)A.D.P. AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
    1)A.D.P. AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
  • 2)PAN AM AT NATAL AND RECIFE
    2)PAN AM AT NATAL AND RECIFE
  • 3)PANAIR DO BRASIL
    3)PANAIR DO BRASIL
  • 2)FORT DE VAUX U-68
    2)FORT DE VAUX U-68
  • 3)SAINT BASILE U-547
    3)SAINT BASILE U-547
  • 4)SAINT LOUIS U-66
    4)SAINT LOUIS U-66
  • 5)VILLE DE ROUEN (CAPTURED)
    5)VILLE DE ROUEN (CAPTURED)
  • 1)BAMAKO U-515
    1)BAMAKO U-515
  • 6)VILLE DE TAMATAVE (CAPTURED)
    6)VILLE DE TAMATAVE (CAPTURED)
  • 1)ADM. JONAS H. INGRAM
    1)ADM. JONAS H. INGRAM
  • 3)KNOX FIELD HOSPITAL
    3)KNOX FIELD HOSPITAL
  • 4)JIQUIA AMMO DEPOT
    4)JIQUIA AMMO DEPOT
  • 5)NAVY RADIO STATION PINA
    5)NAVY RADIO STATION PINA
  • 6)RECIFE HARBOR BASE FOX
    6)RECIFE HARBOR BASE FOX
  • 7)SS LIVINGSTON ROE
    7)SS LIVINGSTON ROE
  • 2)CAMP INGRAM RECIFE
    2)CAMP INGRAM RECIFE
  • 8)ATLANTA RECREATIONAL CENTER
    8)ATLANTA RECREATIONAL CENTER
  • 9)THE FOURTH FLEET FARM
    9)THE FOURTH FLEET FARM
  • 10)ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE ON RECIFE HARBOR *
    10)ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE ON RECIFE HARBOR *
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