USSTAFUnited States Strategic Air Forces in Europe (World War II)
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However, the USSTAF sent its plan to Gen Dwight Eisenhower for approval rather than to Air Chief Marshal Portal.
After General Eisenhower returned control of Allied strategic air forces to the CCS on 15 September 1944, the latter directed control of the USSTAF and Bomber Command to their respective national chains of command.
55) Despite the inclement weather, the USSTAF and Bomber Command continued to attack the oil industry.
USSTAF, "Materiel Behind the 'Big Week'," USAF HRA, 519.
USSTAF, "Notes for Supply and Maintenance Chapter, " USAF HRA, 519.