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Several aspects of Millett's narrative deserve mention: The role intelligence played in this phase of the conflict, in particular through interactions that intelligence staffs had with one another and, more importantly, with the commanders of Eighth Army (Walker) and Far East Command (MacArthur).
As the forward deployed arm of Team SPAWAR, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific's Far East command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C41SR) division in Japan ensures that ship and shore commands in the region remain operationally ready with superior warfighting capabilities.
If they did attack, British Far East Command knew that the four squadrons of newly arrived, American-made Brewster Buffalo fighters, flown by Royal Air force (RAF), Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), and Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) pilots, would soon sweep the Japanese air fleet (1,000 strong) from the skies.
Before the commencement of hostilities, he had "repeatedly warned Far East Command (General [Douglas] MacArthur's headquarters) in Tokyo of the impending North Korean attack.
Far East Command [FEC] and had become commander in chief of the United Nations Command on 10 July 1950.
Although MacArthur received his authority as Commander in Chief, Far East (CINCFE), from the Joint Chiefs, and his command included both major Navy and Air Force headquarters, Far East Command (FECOM) headquarters was staffed almost entirely by the Army.
With the outbreak of the Korean War, General MacArthur's Far East Command provided the US underpinning to the war effort of the United Nations.
Far East Command, which occupied Japan between 1945 and 1952.