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He got what he wanted . 41 The new directive appeared on 21 September 1942 . It was, in fact, quite strong : The Air Transport Command . Army Air Forces, is the War Department agency for the transportation by air of personnel, materiel . and mail . Aircraft and crews engaged in the operation of air transportation and ferrying services will not be diverted from such operation by commanders concerned except in cases requiring that such operations be delayed until security will permit resumption of operations .
Stimson on 28 May 1941, President Roosevelt said: I wish you would take full responsibility for delivering planes, other than PBYs [patrol bombers], that are to be flown to England to the point of ultimate takeoff. I want the Army to make sure that these planes are delivered speedily . 27 AIRLIFT DOCTRINE The next day, the Army Air Corps (AAC) directed Col Robert Olds to create such a ferrying service . On 5 June 1941, the AAC confirmed these verbal orders by establishing the Air Corps Ferrying Command (ACFC) retroactive to 29 May, under the direct jurisdiction of the chief of Air Corps.
After the fall of France in the summer of 1940, substantial orders for transport aircraft were an integral part of the expansion program . In September of that year, the Air Corps ordered 545 C-47s and 200 newly designed and much more capable two-engined C-46s. In May of 1941, an additional 256 C-46s were ordered, followed in June by 100 C-53s, the militarized version of the DC-3 . That same month the Air Corps also took over the orders for 61 four-engined C-54s, originally destined for civilian airlines .