CASE, Charles W. (Captain)

Call No.: K239.0512-226
IRIS No.: 01010710 C.1/01010711 C.2
IRIS Tape No.: 00904106/00904107
Accessibility: OPEN 

Pages/Time: 47pp/0:45 

Class: U
Date/Location: 5 May 1970/Unknown
Interviewers: Lt. Col. Ray L. Bowers 

Source: Project CORONA HARVEST Collection
(1964-1965) Oral history interview with Captain Charles Case, staff officer within Airlift Control Center (ALCC) and Transport Movement Center at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Vietnam. Topics include the rapidly expanding airlift system during 1964-65 period, developments in airlift control and allocation during the expansion, scheduling airlift from three separate locations in Vietnam, collaboration with Vietnamese in determining priorities and introduction of C-130 to shuttle operations. Also discussed are airlift support to Special Forces at Nha Trang, problems of ramp and runway saturation, equipment shortages among aerial port units, communications difficulties and the necessity of creation of ALCC separate from Tactical Air Control Center.