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Its studies covered also the capabilities of the inland transportation systems and the ports of the United States to handle the projected traffic. The Chief of Transportation's Planning Division collaborated extensively with the planning staff in Army Service Forces headquarters, and one or more of the division's members accompanied the War Department representatives to the meetings of the heads of Allied governments to assist them in dealing with the ubiquitous transportation problem. The inseparability of trans- THE TRANSPORTATION CORPS portation and supply matters, and the need for continuous co-ordination, led to a proposal in the fall of 1943 to absorb the Chief of Transportation's Planning Division into the Army Service Forces headquarters staff.
His opposition was successful, for although the transfer was ordered, the order was rescinded before actual transfer and the necessary changes in procedures had been effected. 79 The planning for ocean transportation involved many factors which were subject to fluctuation, and a change affecting one factor might, and frequently did, necessitate complete revision of earlier calculations. The introduction of a new military undertaking calling for a goodly number of ships necessitated a revision in the allocation of vessels to other projects.
This problem was encountered on a wide scale in the Pacific, but it was present also in Alaska, Greenland, Iceland, the Antilles, West Africa, the Persian Gulf, and wherever military port operations were undertaken beyond peacetime capacities. It existed also at large and formerly well equipped ports, such as Naples, Marseille, Cherbourg, and Manila, which were in badly damaged condition when they were seized from the enemy and required extensive rehabilitation before they could be used effectively by Allied shipping.
المجتمع القبطى فى القرن 19 by رياض سوريال