By Robert A. Mann
This paintings information the equipment of decoding and examining the coding discovered on person plane checklist playing cards (IARCs). The paintings indicates easy methods to learn the 21 codecs of list playing cards to assist the reader or researcher determine the reporting or owning unit, task, station, and demanding dates for person plane. the writer additionally info the place and the way to acquire IARC microfilm rolls.
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Also, the 514th Chain of Command did not go through the Military Air Transport Service, Oversea Command, but rather through the 2143rd Air Weather Wing in Tokyo, in turn subordinate to the Air Weather Service, Scott AFB, Illinois, a Sub-Command of MATS, which reported to Headquarters, Military Air Transport Service. The net result is something that happens, a line entry that doesn’t make sense, from a bad code, a misspelled word, a missing bit of data. I repeat, it will happen. To put it in perspective, statistically it has to happen.
Let us return to the Gain Code comments; I indicated that there was something to add to the Gain Code GM discussion. ” There is some insider knowledge available for the sake of instruction, so lets take that deﬁnition piece-by-piece, starting with the word “re-designation” in the Gain Code description. The 514th was re-designated the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather on 15 October 1947 and Activated on the same day. Re-designation is not a viable explanation with a data entry of August 30 1950.
The second error can be very confusing. Column 9, according to the original layout diagram received from the AFHRC, is the Possessing Station Number. The Station Number for Taegu is either G886 or G911, not 7437. 7437 is the Station Code for Hibbings, Montana, and a Station that has nothing to do with either the 54th or 56th Recon Squadrons. The Station Number for Yokota is G826; there is no Station Code 7826. Obviously a typo. The Station Number for Andersen AFB is G437, not 7437. 7437 is the Station Code for Hibbings, Montana.
Aircraft Record Cards of the United States Air Force: How to Read the Codes by Robert A. Mann