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Then while at Fort Richardson achieved the ranks of brigadier and Russian crews flew the major general. The first The pilots leaving Army Air Corps personnel arrived on Aug. in Alaska Barely visible beneath the wings of a Lockhead P-38 Lightning are the deadly bombs this multipurpose plane used to blast enemy troops, ships and gun emplacements. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Military missions assigned to USARAL included ground Army engineers began building airstrips in the Aleutian Islands and air defense of Alaska, with priority to the Anchorage and to fight possible Japanese invasions there. Army Reserve training; supervising Reserve Officer Train- starting point for the Japanese forces to invade the United ing Corps activities; and providing for internal security, to States and Canada, and took measures to prevent this. In fact, Alaska was the only American soil other than Ha- The uncertain world waii to see fighting during World War II, when the Japanese situation in the late forces bombed Dutch Harbor and seized Attu and Kiska is- 1940s and early lands in the Aleutian Chain.

planes to Siberia and on Construction of the base began on June 8, 1940. The Lockhead P-38 was used as a fighter-bomber, capable of carrying bomb payloads up to 2,000 pounds. The airfields were located at lessons learned during WWII when a lack of coordinated effort intervals along the one-lane supply road that became the hampered operations to drive the Japanese from the western Alaska Highway. Elmendorf itself officially One of those airfields, Big Delta Airfield, later became became an Air Force base on March 26, 1948. The Army Corps Fairbanks areas; development of cold-weather and mountain- of Engineers joined Canadian Forces in building the Alaska warfare doctrines; conducting a cold-weather and mountain Highway in less than eight months. 1950s caused a major The successful battle to retake Attu, in June 1943, was buildup of air defense one of the bloodiest in the war. The Kiska before the Americans stormed ashore a few months later.

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An image from the Signal Corps photographer on Attu shows the landings on the beach of Holts Bay, Attu, Alaska. (WWII Signal Corps Collection) T 5hemilitary'slongandimportanthistoryin 6Peninsula. The Army relinquished control of Alaska to the Treasury Elements of the Army's 9th Infantry were on hand as the Department in 1877 but did not entirely leave the territory.

The new name Fort Greely, providing ample acreage for Northern Warfare for the headquarters for all Army personnel in Alaska became Training Center exercises and testing by the Cold Regions U. The 1,420-mile road was school at Fort Greely; providing logistical support to Air Force built as an overland supply route to get troops and supplies to and Navy elements in Alaska; conducting National Guard and Alaska. propeller-driven P-5ls At the end of the war, many of the small Army posts were replaced with throughout the state closed permanently. Following the National Security Act of 1947, the Army planned to move its operations to a new site named Fort On Nov.

20, 1942, at Soldiers' Richardson, adjacent to the WWII installation.

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