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What does SEAC stand for?

SEAC stands for South East Asia Command (Allies WWII)

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Saw this happen many times when stationed during the War in South East Asia Command (SEAC).
Former Speaker of the House of Commons Lord Weatherill, who served in Burma with the South Wales Borderers; Lord Slim, President of the Burma Star Association and son of Lieutenant General Slim, popularly known as Uncle Bill, who commanded the Fourteenth Army, and Countess Mountbatten of Burma, daughter of Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, who was Supreme Allied Commander of the South East Asia Command will all be present.
It brings to a halt months of defeat for the Allies and comes to be seen as a turning point as significant as El Alamein was later in the year Late 1942 ( Land and sea victories by the Americans drive the Japanese out of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, east of Papua New Guinea August 1943 ( South East Asia Command (SEAC) is formed under Supreme Commander Lord Louis Mountbatten.
At the outset, some 35 Canadian aircrews flew with RAF squadrons while about 355 Canadian radar technicians manned outposts in the sprawling South East Asia Command (SEAC).
Other guests included Countess Mountbatten of Burma, daughter of Admiral Lord Mountbatten -later Admiral of the Fleet Earl Mountbatten of Burma -who was Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia Command.
Sixty-odd years ago, while serving with South East Asia Command, I found myself grounded in Calcutta, due to the ferocity of the monsoon, when all flying had been halted on that particular day.