Establishment of communication between the Air Force and Ground Forces
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Establishment of communication between the Air Force and Ground Forces

Establishment of communication between the Air Force and Ground Forces

Air Force Success of interaction with ground troops in combat and operations depends on the established connections.

Army Headquarters is responsible for:

  • a) the establishment and maintenance of land telephone and telegraph communication between units and headquarters of the army and air forces and for sending delegates;

  • b) the establishment and preservation of ground lines of communication between the headquarters and individual air units;

  • c) the work of the final points of contact between the headquarters of air connections and air units; for this purpose, air links are assigned to the communication part;

  • d) the distribution of waves necessary for aviation activities;

  • e) establishment of call signs and codes;

  • e) the establishment and delivery of the necessary orders to the personnel of the radio telegraph and telephone stations of the army and air forces assigned to them to establish communications with aircraft;

  • g) the organization and operation of aerial communications and surveillance posts.

The Air Force is responsible for:

  • a) internal communication between units and air force organizations, with the exception of those mentioned in paras. “B” and “c”; all air units and air connections are supplied with radio telegraph installations for communication with each other;

  • b) the device, preservation and operation of facilities for communication between the aircraft and the ground, including the installations available in the organizations and units of the army specified in paragraph “e”.

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