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Remaining at his base in Taegu, known as "K-2" by Far East Air Forces, he found himself running a small cadre.
The following year he was transferred to the Far East Air Forces.
Crane also rightly recognizes the effective leadership and operational genius of the Far East Air Forces (FEAF) planner, Brigadier General Jacob Smart, who was able to produce a coherent interdiction strategy which he skillfully "sold" to the Army.
Far East Air Forces coordinated constant requests for air drops of food and ammo, directed aerial resupply of all types from basic supplies to bridge sections, and coordinated casualty evacuation from improvised landing strips at both Hagaru and Koto-ri.
During the first weeks of the war, Gunn flew transport missions throughout the Philippines and removed a group of staff officers when the headquarters of the Far East Air Forces was ordered to Australia.
The staff of Far East Air Forces (FEAF) conducted the first systematic study of measures to produce a negotiated settlement in a limited war through airpower some fifty years ago.
It was Air Defense Control Center (ADCC) in Tokyo, relaying orders from Far East Air Forces (FEAF) headquarters.
In the summer of 1950, the Far East Air Forces (FEAF)--of which the Fifth Air Force was the largest subordinate unit--possessed only one daylight tactical reconnaissance squadron, the 8th TRS, based at Yokota Air Base, Japan, and flying Lockheed RF-80As, the unarmed camera-equipped version of the Shooting Star fighter.