GHQAFGeneral Headquarters, Air Force
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
In March 1941, the Army took a cue from the British, whose RAF controlled the air defense system that protected England, and transferred responsibility for the growing Air Warning Service network to the General Headquarters Air Force (GHQAF).
As the SCAWH was standing up and training personnel, the GHQAF (soon to be AAF) was tasked to take control of air defense.