"Ralph Stevenson's C54-PLM Revisited is a beautiful "photo scrapbook" manifesting the thesis that the United States greatest contribution to the Allies' triumph in World War II may not have been the brilliant and valiant performance of American combat units on the battlefields but our Country's industrial might and its Armed Forces' genius and capacity in administration, maintenance and logistics. The India-China Air Transport Command and other similar support units not only enabled our Army, the Army Air Corps, Navy and Marines to engage and defeat the Axis powers militarily in the fog of the battle, such units also bolstered and supported our almost exhausted Allies' troops to do the same. This handsome and enjoyable book pays tribute to the men of U.S. military maintenance and support units and their vital role in winning" the great War." The world owes these men recognition and honor.”
Ambassador (ret.) Edwin G. Corr
Diplomat, Professor, Author and USMC Infantry Officer
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