By Robert A. Mann
This paintings information the equipment of decoding and interpreting the coding discovered on person airplane checklist playing cards (IARCs). The paintings indicates tips to learn the 21 codecs of list playing cards to assist the reader or researcher establish the reporting or owning unit, task, station, and significant dates for person plane. the writer additionally info the place and the way to acquire IARC microfilm rolls.
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Looking up 28 Aircraft Record Cards of the United States Air Force ANDERSO in Appendix K, we ﬁnd two possibilities: Anderson Airport in SC and Anderson, Indiana. As luck would have it with our example, the researcher should note the two possible locations and proceed with the line analysis. ” A quick referral to Appendix D, Command and Sub-Command Codes shows that Commands are identiﬁed by three alpha characters, and the ﬁrst three characters shown on the IARC are FEA. Appendix D tells us that FEA stands for Far East Air Force.
ANDERSO)(FEA0514RCNSQ)(GM)(MTOG4370514RC)(RB29A)(CC) * 7437 8 30 50 61651 How to Do It 29 The next entry is that sneaky little asterisk. ” The asterisk thus tells us this is a Zone of the Interior occurrence. But the Gained From information gave a numeric code for Tokyo. Best guess? ” Let’s forge ahead. The next column calls for the Reporting Station Number and I must confess that the entry leaves your conductor through this maze at a complete loss. The REPORTING STATION NUMBER called for on Format J and entered on the IARC is 7437.
Working from the right side, we have already seen that 0514RC refers to the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron. “G437” is the numeric Station Code for Andersen Air Force Base on Guam. The ﬁrst three characters “MTO,” were somewhat of a challenge until I paged through the various Appendices. Appendix H, Organization/Kind Codes, listed MTO as the Code for Military Air Transport Service, Overseas. The haze is starting to lift. The 514th, on Guam, has gained an aircraft from the MATS Overseas Organization in Tokyo.
Aircraft Record Cards of the United States Air Force: How to Read the Codes by Robert A. Mann