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(SO #162, Hq, AAF, Washington, D. C.  7 July 1945)

leading up to and connected with the death of LT COL JAMES L LUKE, 0901673, AC. He will determine whether death occurred in line of duty and whether it was or was not the result of the deceased's own misconduct. Report will be made on WD AGO Form 51.

12. CAPT HERBERT L CALKINS 0574130, AC, is reld from asgmt and dy at Hq AAF, Office of the ACofAS, Pers, Pers Service Div, Washington, DC (without change in perm sta), and under provisions of par 3a (5), Cir 280, WD, 1944, will be carried as atchd unassigned by the Det of Patients at the Walter Reed Gen Hosp, Washington, DC. EDCMR: 10 July 1945.

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13. COL BENJAMIN O DAVIS, 020146, AC (1055), having returned from overseas, and now on rest and recuperation at Tuskagee Institute, Tuskagee, Ala, in compliance with par 35, SO 164, Hq, 1378th AAF Base Unit North Atlaantic Div, ATC, Ft Totten, LI, MY, dated 13 June 1945, is asgd to the 60th AAF Base Unit (Hq, Continental Air Forces), Bolling Fld, DC, w/sta at Godman Fld, Ky. Upon completion of present TDY for rest and recuperation at Tuskagee, Ala, WP Godman Fld, Ky, and report fo fy. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07 A 212/60425 S 99-999. EDCMR: 1 July 1945.

14. LT COL GORDON S CRANMER, 0216461, CE, now asgd to Hq AAF, Office of the AGofAS, Material and Services, Air Instls Div, Washington, DC, is reld from sta at Omaha, Nebr and is asgd to sta at Los Angeles, Calif. WP Los Angeles, and on arrival report at the US Div Engr Office, Pacific Div; and by ltr to the CG AAF for dy. A 7 day delay enroute is auth, provided off has sufficient accrued lv. PCS. TDN.TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07 A 212/60425 S 99-999. EDCMR: 17 July 1945.

15. MAJ THOMAS L MACKEY, 0902997, AC, now asgd to Hq AAF, Office of the AGofAS, Material and Services, Air Instls Div, Washington, DC, is reld from sta at New York, NY, and is asgd to sta at Baltimore, Md. WP Baltimore, and on arrival report at the US Div Engr Office, Middle Atlantic Div; and by ltr to the CG AAF for dy. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07 A 212/60425,S 99-999. EDCMR: 15 July 1945.

16. CPT JAMES R WATSON, 0214319, CE(7611), is reld from asgmt and dy with the 101th AAF Base Unit (AAF Redistribution Sta No 1), AFPDC, Atlantic City, NJ; from further TDY at Washington, DC, and is asgd to the 4117th AAF Base Unit (Area Comd), ATSC, Robins Fld, GA. WP Robins Fld, Ga, from Washington, DC, and report for dy. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07 A 212/60425.S 99-999. EDCMR: 14 July 1945.

17. The lv of absence for 6 days granted CAPT WILLIAM D COMPTON, 0649460, AC, by par 16, SO 140, this hq, 12 June 1945, eff o/a 2 July 1945, is extended 10 days.

18. The lv of absence for 7 days grnted MAJ GEORGE J GOSNELL JR, 0325907, AC, eff 6 July 1945, is hereby confirmed.

19. CAPT GENE DIAMOND, 0559078, AC (9307) is reld from asgmt and dy with the 1st AAF Base Unit, Bolling Fld, DC and is asgd to the 3700th AAF Base Unit (Hq WTTC), Denver, Colo. WP. POS. TDN. TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07 A 212/60425 S 99-999. EDCMR: 14 July 1945.

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