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These plans, in accord with ABC-1 and RAINBOW-5, provided for static garrison and antiaircraft defense units and for air commands operating from fixed bases. Because of their limited scale, they soon became obsolete by the rush of events. Welsh's medical plans, despite their quick demise, contained hospitalization and evacuation principles that were to reappear in subsequent more elaborate programs. For example, Welsh emphasized that the Army in the British Isles should establish "its own complete medical service with 10% fixed beds and sufficient medical units and transport to collect and evacuate sick and wounded.

Late in Interv, OSG with Maj Gen Paul R. Hawley, 16 November, he completed tentative and 18 Jun 62 (hereafter cited as Hawley Interv, plans for medical support of the 1962), pp. 5-7, CMH. 11 12 12 EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS American bomber command, which was to operate from airfields in eastern England already designated for turnover by the Royal Air Force. 13 Besides making plans, Hawley arranged for the turnover of British Army medical supplies to American troops in Iceland. S. 14 Hawley assiduously cultivated his British counterparts.

Surgeon General Magee had directed Brenn to do so on the mistaken assumption that MAGNET was to be a separate force, independent of USAFBI. " In spite of these difficulties Hawley and Brenn at once developed a smooth working relationship. They adopted Hawley's plan for Northern Ireland, because it was based on current firsthand information and included agreements with the British. Once established in Belfast, Brenn exercised much independent authority, but he deferred to Hawley as theater chief surgeon.

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