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RG 181 - Naval Districts and Shore Establishments, General Correspondence - Sixth Naval District at Charleston, South Carolina


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General Correspondence, 1940-1944
National Archives Identifier 7388867
This series consists of formerly classified general correspondence from the Sixth Naval District Headquarters in Charleston, SC. Records in this series concern subjects related to the status of vessels and aircraft, the status of shore stations, ship and aircraft movements, gun exercises, communications, codes and signals, mail, censorship, publications, intelligence systems, the collection of information, espionage, security methods, German submarines, commercial shipping, convoy operations, warfare operations, appropriations, and training operations.
 
Box Folder Folder Code Folder Title Subject Notes Month Year
1 1 A1 Plans, Projects, and Policies Class 1 Activities   February 1941
1 1 A1 Plans, Projects, and Policies Installation of Equipment and Construction   August-December 1942
1 2 A2-11 Departmental Orders Cancellation of Battle Force Confidential Letters   April-October 1941
1 2 A2-11 Departmental Orders Atlantic Fleet Confidential Notices   June 1941
1 2 A2-11 Departmental Orders Magnetic Mine Sweeping and Safety Precautions   June 1941
1 2 A2-11 Departmental Orders Atlantic Fleet Confidential Memorandums   September-October 1941
1 3 A2-11 Departmental Orders Submarine Chasers - Increase in Enlisted Personnel and Berthing Facilities Copy of Letter December 1942
1 4 A2-12 Instructions Naval Transportation and U.S. Merchant Vessels in Time of War Part II June 1940
1 4 A2-12 Instructions Low Speed Mine Sweeping   June 1940
1 5 A2-14 Permits, Licenses, and Passes Visits to Commercial Shipyards by British Representatives   December 1941
1 5 A2-14 Permits, Licenses, and Passes Visit of Lieutenant Bladen J. Darneille Multiple Copies July 1942
1 5 A2-14 Permits, Licenses, and Passes Request for Film of Light Cruiser Launch   August 1943
1 5 A2-14 Permits, Licenses, and Passes Visit of Australian Officer and Authorization   March 1944
1 5 A2-14 Permits, Licenses, and Passes Visit of W. H. Stephens Cherry Point, North Carolina March 1944
1 6 A3-1 Organization Pre-Commissioning Board   November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Establishment of ACV Pre-Commissioning Detail   September 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization List of Activities under Jurisdiction of Commandant   September 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Changes in Organization Chart and Manual   October 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Cognizance of District Inshore Patrol Aircraft Squadrons   October 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Proposed Naval Air Station Beaufort, S.C. October-November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Administration of Coast Guard under Navy Department   November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Carolina Sub-Sector Coastal Obervation and Warning Service   November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Selection of Airplane Site at Brunswick, Georgia   November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Establishment of Naval Air Station, Elizabeth City, North Carolina   November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Joint Operations Center Construction and Lease   June 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Purchase of Land and Construction of Radio Transmitter Building Atlanta, GA November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Shore Activities in Sixth Naval District   June-September 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Establishment of U.S. Naval Operating Base, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil   December 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Coast Guard Beach Patrols Request   December 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Establishment of Pre-Commissioning Details   November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Naval Districts Intelligence Organizations, complete state of readiness   July 1941
1 6 A3-1 Organization Patrol of Seventh Naval District   September 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Establishment of Seventh District, separate from Sixth   October 1941
1 6 A3-1 Organization National Gypsum Company - Idle Facilities   February 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Rescue and Salvage Services   February 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Commander of Amphibious Force Brainard March 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Stationary and Office Supplies for AGATE   April 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Relationship between Coast Guard and District Agencies   April-November 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Assignment of Naval Air Stations to Air Operational Training Command   May 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Establishment of Joint Operations Offices   May 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Public Proclamation No. 1 Zones May 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Request to Improve Naval Air Stations   May 1942
1 6 A3-1 Organization Southeast Pacific Force   June 1942
1 7 A3-1 Organization Reports on Eastern Sea Frontier   March-June 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Personnel Security at Shipyards   January 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Assignment of Vessels and Aircraft Revision No. 2 February 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Organization Manual for Commander Eastern Sea Frontier   March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization List of Readiness Dates for Lions, Cubs, Acorns, and PT Bases   March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Copy Request for Organization of U.S. Atlantic Fleet   March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Staff of Commander Fleet Air, Quonset Point   March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Organization Chart - District Intelligence Office Folded chart March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Establishment of Operational Intelligence Branch   March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Status of Naval Air Station, Atlanta, Georgia   March 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization List of Readiness Dates   April 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Advanced Base Program   February 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Organization Diagram - Gulf Sea Frontier Folded chart May 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Cancellation of Wilmington Base   April 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Chiefs of Staff Agreement and Directive   May 1942
1 7 A3-1 Organization Personnel and Material   May 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Commander Southern Air Patrol   June 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Procedure in Fraud Cases   June-July 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization G.S.F. Combat Intelligence Organization Diagram Folded chart June 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization E.S.F. Activities, Control, and Operation   July-November 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Assignments and Activities   September 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Fleet Operational Training Command Diagram (2 Copies)   1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization COTCLANT Staff Organization Diagram (2 Copies) October 1943
1 7 A3-1 Organization Organization of Atlantic Fleet with Diagram   October-November 1943
1 8 A3-1 Organization Reorganization of Atlantic Fleet Revisions for Manual April-June 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Consolidation of Florida Bases   October-December 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Naval Speedletter - River Water Issue North Carolina December 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Transfer of Actvities   December 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Atlantic Fleet Memorandum   December 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Progress Report on CNO Directive   November 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Sixth Naval District Inspection   October-November 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Seventh Fleet Service Squadrons   October 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Recommendations for Jacksonville-Mayport area   October 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization District Damage Control Center No references October 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Command Relationship and Changes   September 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Corrections to Organization Manual of Caribbean Sea Frontier HQ Missing section on 2nd Page September 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Integration of Air Operations and Intelligence   July 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Commissioning Details   June 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Naval Air Stations   June 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Leasehold Interests   April-June 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Task Group Assignments   May 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Organizational Manual Change No. 5 November 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Type Damage Control Organization and Bill for YMS 135-409 Class   January 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Standard Organization Book for Minesweepers - YMS Class   January 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization General Orders and Reorganization of Units J. L. Homer March 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Commerce and Travel Boarding Activities No references February 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Anti-Submarine Details   February 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Southern Defense Command   January 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Chartered Transports   January 1944
1 8 A3-1 Organization Coast Guard Lease St. Simons Island, GA January 1944
1 9 A3-1 Organization Naval Intelligence Manual, Sixth Naval District and Southern Group, ESF   October-December 1943
1 10 A3-1 Organization Army Joint Operations     1942
1 11 A3-2 Management Army Joint Operations, Anti-Aircraft   November 1942
1 11 A3-2 Management Address of the Secretary of the Navy at Conference of District Intelligence Officers Washington, D.C. November 1942
1 11 A3-2 Management Combat Intelligence - Interviews of survivors of Submarine Attacks   February 1942
1 11 A3-2 Management Coordination of Activities with ESF   February 1942
1 12 A3-2 Management Conference Request, Commandant and Assistant Commandant No attachment October 1944
1 13 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Vessels   May-August 1940
1 13 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Embarkation Port for Marine Corps Troops No references August 1941
1 14 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Merchant Marine War Losses Table May 1941
1 14 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Comparative Naval Strengths   May 1941
1 15 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Home Yards, Fitting Out Yards, and Home Ports   March-August 1942
1 16 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Home Yards, Fitting Out Yards, and Home Ports Name changes November-March 1941-2
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Re-assignment of Vessels   September 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft USS Symbol, Threat, and Tide   September-October 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of ACV Pre-Commissioning Detail   September 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft VPB Squadrons at Charleston No references October 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Barracks Building Request No references October 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Spare Parts   December 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Tug Wellfleet   October 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Summary of Naval Vessels in Commission Dec. to Aug. 1941-1942 August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Submarine Chasers   June 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Army Joint Operations   January 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Headquarters Southern Defense Command Roster January 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft USS Bellatrix Commission   January 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assistant Captain of the Port Requirements   February 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Training Period   February 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Districy Supply Shore Activities 14th District February 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Coast Guard Vessels   February 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of Naval Mobile Base Hospitals Nos. 4-8 March 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Harbor Entrance Control Post Fort Screven, GA March-April 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Route Instructions - Northbound to Portland   September 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   May-October 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Charleston Navy Yard   August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignments of Motor Mine Sweepers   June-September 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft USMV Tyrer Missing references June-July 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of Additional Aviation Facilities   July-September 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Station List by Units - Air Forces, Eastern Defense Command, and First Air Force   July 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of Walker Cay   August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Proposed Establishment of Seadromes   August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Section Bases, Sixth Naval District   August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessel and Submarine Chaser Names   August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Seadrome Landing Area   August 1942
2 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft 27,500 Plane Program Letter Downgraded   May 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Transfer of Vessel   November 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance, Commissioning, Fitting Out, and Reporting of Vessels   October-December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   October-December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Selection of Airplane Site at Brunswick, GA   November 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Ships in District and District Craft, 3ND   November 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of DE Pre-Commissioning Details   November 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Inventory of District Vessels and Craft, 6ND   November-December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft New Construction of District Craft   December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Tank Landing Ships   December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Under Construction at Private Yards   December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Prospective Readiness Date   December 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Operational Report of SC-746   October 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Seagoing Cutter   November 1942
2 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Not on the Navy List   November 1942
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Deficiencies of Newly Commissioned Ships   January 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   January-March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Shakedown, Training, and Navy Yard Availability Period   February 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Ships in District and District Craft, 3ND   January 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coast Guard Cutters   January 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance, Commissioning, Fitting Out, and Reporting of Vessels   January-March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of First Naval District Vessels   February-March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Readiness Report   February 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Airdrome Monthly Status Report Form Not filled in February 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft District Craft and Small Boat Building Program   March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coast Guard Reserve and Purchased Vessels   March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels in Service Under 100 Feet   February 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft New Construction and Converted Surface Vessels   March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of LST, LCI, LCT Vessels   March 1943
2 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Disposition of Ordnance Equipment   March 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coastal Pickets   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft District Craft and Small Boat Building Program   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of DE Pre-Commissioning Details   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Memorandum to Chief of Staff - Small Craft   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commanding Officer New Duty and Station Assignment   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coast Guard Small Craft   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Ships Assigned to the ESF   April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning New Construction   March 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Decommissions and Assembly of Cubs   March 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance, Commissioning, Fitting Out, and Reporting of Vessels   March-April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Yard Craft Requirements   March 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft District Craft Requirements   March 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coast Guard Cutters   March 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   March-April 1943
2 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Shakedown, Training, and Navy Yard Availability Period   March-April 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and Small Craft Assigned to Sea Frontier Force or Naval District   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Craft, 7ND   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Progress in Fitting Out   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Ships Assigned to the ESF   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Numbers to Vessels   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Ships in District and District Craft   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report on USS Threat   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance, Commissioning, Fitting Out, and Reporting of Vessels   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Coast Guard Boats and Stations, Jacksonville   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Vessels under 100 feet   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Weekly Progress and Readiness Report   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Shakedown Training   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Prospective Time of Reporting for Duty   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance and Placing Delivery   May 1943
2 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   May 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   May-June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Fitting Out Assignments   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Weekly Progress and Readiness Report   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Contract with Gibbs Gas Engine Company   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Progress in Fitting Out   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coast Guard Assignments   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report on Condition of USS Tide   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Monthly Summary of USS Absecon   February-June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Inventory of 6ND Vessels and Craft   June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Floating Dry Docks   July 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Ships Assigned to the ESF   July 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of DE Pre-Commissioning Details   July 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning Requests   May-June 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Change #2 to Confidential List of District Craft   July 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Progress in Fitting Out   May 1943
2 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Boats   May 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft General Information on Section Base, NOB, St. Thomas, V.I.     1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Weekly Progress and Readiness Reports   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Outfitting Reports   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Establishment of DE Pre-Commissioning Details   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels, Craft, and Small Boats Assigned to 5ND   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Progress of Fitting Out   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Recommissioning of CGR's   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report on Ordnance Allowance List Deficiencies   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Decommissioning of CVE Pre-Commissioning Detail Puget Sound Area July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Mailing List of Confidential List of District Vessels and Craft   July 1943
3 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Date of Reporting for Duty   July 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft USS David W Taylor   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Reported for Duty   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Leading Craft Control Vessels   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of 7ND Craft   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Vessels Attached to Commanders Sea Frontiers   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Destroyer Escort Vessels   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignments within Fleet Operational Training Command   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Orders and Transfer   September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Acquired and Chartered District Craft   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning and Fitting Out   August-September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Attached to Commanders Sea Frontiers   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Monthly Summary of USS Absecon   July 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report of Progress of Fitting Out   July-September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   August-September 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels, Craft, and Small Boats Assigned to 5ND   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Coast Guard Cutters   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquired Small Vessels   August 1943
3 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Home Ports for Aviation Units   August 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft District Craft Requirements   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning and Fitting Out   November-December 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Special Distribution List - Cancelled   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Reporting for Duty   November-December 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   November-December 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Seventh Naval District Vessels   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Conversion of Vessels   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquired Vessels   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Tugs by War Shipping Administration   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Decommissioning and Disposal of Small Craft   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning of ARDC   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquisition of Vessels and Conversion   November-December 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report on Nonrigid Airships   November 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignments and Deliveries   December 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Motor Torpedo Boat Squadrons   November-December 1943
3 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Surface Craft Attached to NAOpTraCom   November 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Dummy Dispatch   November 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Requirements of CGR and Purchased Boats   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Distribution List     1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Change No.1 to List of District Craft, 7ND   October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquisition and Conversion   October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Orders and Transfer   October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Attached to Commanders Sea Frontiers   September-October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Assignment of Vessels   September-October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Decommissioning, Laying Up, and Disposal of Small Craft   October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Reporting for Duty   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Capacity Plan No enclosure September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery of Landing Craft   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning and Fitting Out   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   September-October 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels Assigned to Fifth Naval District   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Shakedown and Training   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Motor Torpedo Boat Squadrons   September 1943
3 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquired Vessels, 100 to 150 feet   October 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Change No. 1 to List of District Craft, 7ND   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Shakedown Training   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Certificates of Delivery No certificates December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Naval Air Station, Charleston   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquisition and Conversion   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Reporting for Duty   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Fleet Tug ALSEA   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Lay Up of Vessels   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Surface Craft Attached to NAOpTraCom No enclosure December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Assigned by War Department and Navy Department Joint Chiefs of Staff December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Navy Tugs and Barges, Army Marine Program Enclosures December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels Assigned to Fifth Naval District   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Request for Use of YMS Class Vessel   December 1943
3 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Report Dates and Times   December 1943
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Ships and Craft in Third Naval District   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Surface Craft Attached to NAOpTraCom   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acquisition and Conversion   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Shakedown   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Status of Submarine Chasers   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning of Concrete Floating Dry Docks   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Transfer of Maritime Commission Hulls to Navy on Loan   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Motor Torpedo Boat Squadrons   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Installation Extension   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Reporting for Duty   January-February 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Commissioning, Fitting Out, and Assignment   January-February 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Orders and Transfer   February 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Vessels and District Craft, 1ND   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Acceptance of Vessels   February 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Letter to War Shipping Administration   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of Seventh Naval District Vessels   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Availability Request for Vessel   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Vessels Out of Service or Commission   January 1944
3 6 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels   January-February 1944
4 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Operational Training Program   January-April 1944
4 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Concrete Barges   January-April 1944
4 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery, Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out of Vessels Includes Floating Dry Docks January-April 1944
4 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels, Lists   January-April 1944
4 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Craft 6th and 7th Naval District January-April 1944
4 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Combination Barracks   January-April 1944
4 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels, Lists   April-July 1944
4 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Vessels and Craft 7th Naval District April-July 1944
4 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Designation for Conversion of Vessels   April-July 1944
4 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery, Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out of Vessels Includes Floating Dry Docks April-July 1944
4 2 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Berthing of Inactive Ships   May 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Designation for Conversion of Vessels Includes Hospital Ships April-July 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Berthing Spaces   May-June 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery, Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out of Vessels Includes Floating Dry Docks April-July 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Army-Navy Ship Symbol List, Revision   May 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft World-Wide Merchant Marine Losses From Sept. 1939 to May 1944 May 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Crew Arrival Dates   June 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels, Lists   April-July 1944
4 3 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Vessels and Craft   April-July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Vessels 7th Naval District July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Letter to Chairman of US Maritime Commission   July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Russian SC's New York and Florida July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Vessels and Craft   April-July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery, Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out of Vessels Includes Floating Dry Docks April-July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Berthing Spaces   June-July 1944
4 4 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Changes in Status of Naval Vessels, Lists   April-July 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery, Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out of Vessels Includes Floating Dry Docks August-December 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Defintion of "Essential" Spare Parts   September 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Publicity on Christening of APDs   September 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Laying Up and Disposal of Vessels   August-December 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Conversion of Vessels   August 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Reduction of YP Vessels   August 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Letters to Chairman of US Maritime Commission   August-September 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Craft and Vessels 5th and 6th Naval District August 1944
4 5 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Berthing Spaces   August 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft List of District Craft and Vessels 6th Naval District August-December 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Letter from the Bolles School to Commandant Sixth Naval District   October 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft History of Aircraft Squadron Designations   October 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Delivery, Acceptance, Commissioning, and Fitting Out of Vessels Includes Floating Dry Docks August-December 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Gunnery Exercises Fired by Eastseafron Vessels October November 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Berthing Spaces   November 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Procedures for Striking and Disposition of Naval Aircraft   October 1944
5 1 A4-1 Status of Vessels and Aircraft Removal of Publications Prior to Transfer of Vessels to Soviet Government   December 1944
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Instrument Flying Instructors' School, Atlanta; Purchase of Land   October-November 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Naval Establishments, Prohibited and Restricted Zones   October 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Station List, By Units   September-November 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Aviation Shore Facilities, Eastern Sea Frontier   August-September 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Marine Railways at Section Bases Sixth Naval District August 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Foreign Bases and Facilities Availability   July 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Photographic Department   June 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Abolishing of Naval Base, Miami   February 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishing Stations, Section Bases, and Control Posts   January-December 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Changes in Naval Districts   February 1942
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Anti-sabotage Patrol, Industrial Centers, Western Rivers   December 1941
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishing Stations, Section Bases, and Control Posts   October-December 1941
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Opening Routing Office in Savannah   October 1941
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishing Seventh Naval District   October-December 1941
5 2 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced Base Depots   November 1940
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Readiness Dates Acorns and Cubs May-June 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations General Information on Section Bases   April-July 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Assignment of Vessel to Duty and Permanent Station   April 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Station List, By Units   March-May 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishment of US Foreces, Northwest African Waters   March 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Defense of Brunswick, Georgia   February 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishment and Construction of Stations and Offices   January-June 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Acquisition of Land for Naval Radio Direction Finder Station Dupont, SC January 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Settlement of Magazines Cockspur Island, GA January 1943
5 3 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishment of Seadromes   February 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Revision of Aviation Shore Facilities   September 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advance Base Functional Components Catalogue   August 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced Base Schedules   August-November 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations General Information on Section Bases Includes Trinidad July-August 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Readiness Dates and Assembly of Acorns   June-July 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Abandonment, Consolidation, and Construction of Section Bases   June-July 1943
5 4 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Georgetown, SC Airport for Use by Navy   July 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Report on Naval Aviation Shore Facilities   October 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced Base Units and Functional Components   October-November 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishment and Construction of Stations   September-December 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Home Ports for Aviation Units   September 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Relocation of Training Base   September 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Aviation Shore Facilities   September-October 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Receipt of Cub Eight Personnel   September 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Jeeps for Assistant Radio Material Officer St. Simons Island, GA December 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Status of Section Bases, Sixth Naval District   December 1943
5 5 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced Base Units and Functional Components   February 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced and Section Bases   February-June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Availability of Army Air Forces Facilities   April-May 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Items Aboard Barge   April 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Transfer of Army Airfields to Navy   April 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Commissioning Details   March-June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Transfer of Lease from Coast Guard to Navy   May-June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Lighter-than-Air Stations for Heavier-than-Air Operations   May 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Harbor Entrance, Savannah, Control and Communications   June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Naval Ordnance Laboratory, Hiwassee, Security   June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Zero Status of NOP Macon   June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Photograph of Cecil Field, FL No photograph March 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Progress Report, Hiwassee Dam   March 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Information Relating to Airports   February-March 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Confidential Projects and Required Projects   March-May 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Site for Naval Air Station Wilmington, NC February 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Forward-Firing Rocket Program   February 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Landing Craft, Commissioning Detail   February 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Aviation Shore Facilities   January-June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Letter Concerning Commissioning and Ferrying Work Between Captain Hilliard and Captain Hall Smith January 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Request for and Reports of Facilities   January-June 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Establishment of Pre-Commissioining Details for Naval Authority Vessels   January-February 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Loss of Registered Publications   January-February 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Location of Axis Dry Docking Facilities With large booklet including maps; November 1943 January 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced Base Units, Functional Components, Depots   January-March 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Beach Jumper Training Base Relocation   January 1944
5 6 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Decommissioning of ARGUS Units   March 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Manuscript, "Ground Water in the Beaufort Area, South Carolina" Dept of Interior, Geological Survey May 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Aviation Facilities, Station Report   November-December 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Request for Naval Auxiliary Air Facility, Gainesville, GA   December 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations NAS, Glynco, GA, Use for Storage   December 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Reductions, Consolidations, Eliminations of Activities   December 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Facilities of Activities of Frontier Base   November 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Disestablishment of Post Office at Naval Station, Jacksonville   November 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Degaussing Range and Deperming Station, Jacksonville   November 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Photograph, US Marine Corps Air Station, Parris Island, South Carolina   October 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Acquiring Additional Land   July 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Closing of Section Base   June 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Revision of Shore Establishment Operating Plan   July 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Leases   July 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Release of Primary Air Stations   July 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Acquisition of Army Airfield   July 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Advanced Bases and Functional Components   August-December 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations List of Shore Establishments, Sixth Naval District No list August 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Projected Increase of Facilities   August 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Marine Corps Auxiliary Air Facility   August 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Request for Occupancy, Fort Screven, GA   September-November 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations NAS, Atlanta, Plane Parking Area   August 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Use for Facilities of Bases RI and NC October-November 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Permit to War Department for use of Jacksonville Municipal Airport Two enclosures: map and excerpt from army regulation booklet September 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Relocation of Radio Transmitter   September 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Administration of Landing Craft Returned from European Area   September-October 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Transfer of Jacksonville Army Airfield to Navy   August 1944
6 1 A4-2 Status of Shore Stations Site for US Naval Hospital, Beaufort, SC   October 1944
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Type Training Recommendations   October 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Preliminary Acceptance Trials of Vessel USS Shasta December 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Submarine Operating Area off Key West   December 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Employment of Vessel USS PG-453 December 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Schedules of Exercises, and Forces Afloat   December 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement of USS Emerald   November-December 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Schedule of Proposed Availability for Ships   September-October 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Orders Key West and Charleston August-December 1941
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Experimental Division One, Employment Schedule   May-December 1940
6 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Accomplishment of Important Military Operations   October 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Atlantic Fleet Weekly Operation Sheet   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Orders for USS Opal   June 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Schedule of Employment of Vessels USS Grenadier, USS Dominant June 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Provisions for Submarine Training Exercises, Joint Destroyer   October 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Departure Report of Merchant Vessels   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Army Air Warning Service, Flights by Naval Aircraft   January 1942
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Escort Operations   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Security of Ship Movements Information   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Information for Owners and Agents, US and Allied Vessels   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Orders for Vessels   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Arrivals and Departures of Vessels   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Berthing Space Oceanographer, Lydonia October 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Submarine Divisions, Change in Designations   December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Additional Sea-Going Tug   November-December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Training Schedule   November 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement of USS Emerald   November 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Position Reports by Coast Guard Vessels on Patrol   November 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report on SS Kirsten B   November 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Plotting of Locations of Naval and Commerical Vessels, Third Air Force   October-November 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Fitting Out Yards and Home Yards   October 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Orders   October-December 1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Communications and Security Annex "A"   1941
6 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Charts for Air Communication Facilities   October 1941
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Air Operational Reports   April 1942
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Plotting of Locations of Naval and Commerical Vessels, Third Air Force   December 1941
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reports of Enemy Sightings by Commercial Airlines Also, Naval Air Transport Service July-November 1942
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Regulations and Procedure, Control of Flights in Coastal Defense Commands   October 1942
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Interference of Air Operational Training in Florida   October 1942
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Landing Force and Air-Borne Troop Protection Requested for Jacksonville and Atlanta May 1942
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Enemy Air Reconnaissance   May 1942
6 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Twelfth Naval District Confidential Order   May-June 1942
6 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Order   January 1942
6 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reporting of USS Peridot   July 1942
6 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Communication Plan   July 1942
6 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans   July-October 1942
6 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Dispersion SS Empire Heywood and SS Explorer August 1942
6 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Air Escort for M/V Firethorn   March 1942
6 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Convoy AS-2   March 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Anti-Submarine Patrol,Discontinuance   July-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans Includes Fifth District September 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Dispersion   July-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements War Shipping Administration Vessel, Docking in Sixth Naval District   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Instructions on Taking Over Commercial and Charter Fishing Vessels   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Shakedown Period for New Craft, First Naval District   July-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Lightship 115, Temporary Duty in Fifth Naval District   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Coastal Picket Operations   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Correction to Operation Plan   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Naval Vessels, Control of While Entering and Leaving Charleston   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Change of Assignment of Vessel   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Arrival Report, USS Peridot   August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Unidentified Flights   August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Cutters Juniper August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Routing and Security of Vessels Routed from Charleston   August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Departure Report on Vessels PC-524 and C-1992 August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Salvage Operation   August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Navigation at Night, Oil Barges Self-propelled July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Appointment of Alternate Confidential Observers   September 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Alcoa Steamship Company, Savannah, GA   May 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements USS Sandpiper Entering Charleston   August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Trial Runs and Proposed Schedule, USS Corry   February-March 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Prospective Assignments of New Vessels to Sea Frontier Forces   March 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Memorandum to Communication Officer   March 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Request for Tug   March 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Atlantic Fleet Weekly Operation Sheet Request   April 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Proposed Work for Week Jacksonville, FL April 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Communication Standing Order, Modification   April 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Procedure for Vessels Concerning Harbors, Channels, and Mines   May 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Sailing Report of SS Gulfpenn   April 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Ship Movements   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment to Special Duty   May 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Control of Commercial Fishing Vessels   September 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Unescorted Vessels between Chesapeake Bay and Key West   May 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Regulations, Departure of Vessels, Yachts, and Other Craft from Local Water   June 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operations in Portsmouth Area   June 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Diplomatic Arrangements for Airplane Flights over Mexican Territory and Waters   June-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Units to Naval Districts and Naval Stations   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Route Instructions   July 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Time Study of Commercial Ship Movements Savannah, GA April 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reports from Inspection Board and Review of Mission and Attack Reports   September 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Routing Regulations for US and Foreign Vessels   February 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Diving Operations   September 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transfer of Patrol Squadron to Natal, Brazil Second Division of Patrol Squadron 83 May 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Notice to Aviators, Addendum to Flight Rules Norfolk, VA; Air Station February 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Routing of Cargo Vessels, Banana Trade Whipple, Worden, and Truxton May 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Vessels for Inshore Patrol, Requirements   January 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Orders   January-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements List of Seventh District Vessels   January 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Orders for Vessel USS President Adams January-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Order   February-August 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Patrol of Area North of Cape Canaveral   February 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Notification of Prospective Movements, USS Bellatrix   February 1942
6 7 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements M/V Firethorn Orders   February 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Patrol Doctrine for Vessels Attached to Section Bases   November 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Employment of USS Absecon   November-December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Information Concerning Ship Movements   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Minelaying Barge, YC-458   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Routing of LST's and LCT(L)'s   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Shakedown, Training, and Yard Availability Period   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Proposed Operating Force Plan Revision No. 1 November 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Air Raid Retaliation Operation Plan   October 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Coastal Pickets and Attack Procedure And request for data October-December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Harbor Tugs, for Advance Bases   October 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Escort Instructions for Vessels Attached to Section Bases   October 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans With revisions and modifications October-December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements USS SC-746 Resume of Operations   November 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement of Small Craft to Canal Zone   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Memorandums from Commander Coast Guard Patrol Force   November 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of New Construction   November 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Fundamental Doctrine for Coastal Pickets   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Improving Air Operations in Sixth Naval District   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Orders   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels; November December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Lost Life Raft and Seamans Mattress   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Ship Locations   December 1942
6 8 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Units to Naval Districts and Stations Addenda to Revision No. 1 December 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Acquisition of Commercial Fishing Vessels   September 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans With corrections July-October 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Plan and Doctrine for Combined Air and Surface Craft Anti-Submarine Operations July 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Coastal Picket Operation Plan   July 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Attack on Enemy Submarine By HMS Northern Duke August 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Route Instructions, Northbound to Portland   September 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Security of Ports in Shipping   September 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Sport Fishing Offshore in Savannah Area   September 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Identification Cards and Identification Procedure Fishing Vessels May-October 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Authority to Use Boat for Fishing   September 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Arrival of Ships in Port, Mining of Approaches by the Enemy   October 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements M/V Serpa Pinto   October 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Coast Guard Vessels to Sea Frontiers   October 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Air Raid Retaliation Operation Plan   October 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Activation of Eastern and Western Theaters of Operations   January 1942
6 9 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements "Party" and Charter Fishing Boats   September-October 1942
7 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements US Coast and Geodetic Surveys Gulf of Mexico   1933
7 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Proposed Operating Force Plan   April 1942
7 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Fisherman Auxiliary Operation Plan   June 1942
7 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans   June 1942
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Drydock, Savannah, GA   January-February 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operating Force Plan Revision Number 2 February 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Towing of Floating Dry Dock   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement of Vessel Owned by Brush Development Company   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Permanent Station of Barberry, Movement Orders Ninth Naval District January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans and Orders   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Limits, PBY Type Aircraft   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Potomac River Naval Operation Plan   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Confidential List of District Craft and Ships in District   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Shakedown, Training and Yard Availability Period   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels January-February 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Cancellation of Orders and Disarmament of Catoctin   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Home Yard and Home Port for USS Absecon   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Ground Support of Fleet Aircraft Units and Detachments   January 1943
7 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Order; Transfer   January 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements SS Lake Ormoc, Failure to Obey Orders   April 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Fishing Vessel Control   April 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Coordination of Towing Operations   March 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Procedure for Commercial Fishing Vessel Observers   February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Coast Guard Vessels to Sea Frontiers   February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Escort Maintenance Program   February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Priority Assistance for Commercial Fishing Vessels   February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander Task Force Twenty-Eight Operation Plan Additions February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels March-April 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transfer of Vessels   February-March 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans and Orders With changes and corrections February-March 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Order   February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Narragansett Group, Task Force Group and Unit Numbers   March 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Procedure for Contacting Confidential Observers   April 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Activities of Coast Guard Auxiliary   March 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Shakedown, Training and Yard Availability Period   February 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Security of Ship Movements Including  Allied Merchant Vessels March-April 1943
7 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Numerical Task Designators   April 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Airplane Flights over Mexican Territory and Territorial Waters   April 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Designation of Tugs to ABSD-1   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Master of Vessels on Routing SS William C. Atwater; Key West April 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Letter from Bureau of Supplies and Accounts   April 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Atlantic Fleet Mail, Personnel and Logistics Sheet   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Clearance of Article "At an East Coast Air Base" By William G. Key and Kenneth Rogers May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Orders and Transfers   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Motor Torpedo Boat Squadrons, Changes   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Fisherman Auxiliary Operation Plan   April 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Gulf Sea Frontier Operation Plan, Correction   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation of Aircraft from Ships in Sea Frontier Areas   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Services to Destroyers in New London Area   May 1943
7 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Vessels Reporting for Duty   May 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Need for Harbor Tug, Parris Island, SC   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Surprise Practice Air Raid Drill   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Additional Minesweepers   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Routing of Destroyer Escorts to Base Mike   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Aircraft Rescue Boats   July 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Condition of Vessel USS Bear AG29   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reports of Movements of Fleet Units   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Long Delay in Identifying Naval Aircraft   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Orders and Transfers   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels June-July 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Identification of Fishing Vessels   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reports of Movements of Fleet Units   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Training Period for New Construction Destroyers   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reports of Ship Locations   June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans With changes June 1943
7 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Air Alert, Wilmington Region   June 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Flights of Airplanes over the White House   August 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plan   July 1942
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Soviet Russian Naval Units   July 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements USS Izard, Assignment to Operational Duties Prior to Training   July 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Change in Orders for Vessel   July 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Grounding of Vessel, Parramore Island, VA   July 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Numerical Task Designators   September 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Orders and Transfer   July 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Coast Guard Operating Force Plan   August 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements US Atlantic Fleet Operation Plan   September 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Employment of Atlantic Fleet Forces by Sea Frontier Commands   September 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Control of Commercial Fishing Vessels   September 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transit of Army Staff Boat throught Intracoastal Waterway   July 1943
7 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Submission of Sailing List   September 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Potomac River Naval Command Operation Plan   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Shakedown of British Escort Vessels   November 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Procedures Eastseafron October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Vessels Reporting for Duty   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement Orders   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational and Administrative Numerical Designators   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Night Navigation Flights   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Dispatch Concerning Task Unit   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander Eastern Sea Frontier Operation Plan   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Designation of Friendly Submarine Operating Areas, Guantanamo   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Letter Concerning Request for Tugs   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements District Craft Development Board Report   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Aircraft Rescue Boat   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans   October-November 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Proposed Operation Plans   November 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Missions for VS-35   October 1943
8 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander, Narragansett Group Logistic Plan   November 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Letter Concerning Towing to Norfolk   December 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operating Schedule, Readiness for Sea Period   December 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Diversion of Hulls and Dock to Charleston and Miami   December 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander Naval Local Defense Force Operation Plan   December 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels November 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reduction in Operation of Small Vessels; Effect on Coast Guard   November 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Home Ports for Aviation Units   November 1943
8 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander Eastern Sea Frontier Operation Plan   December 1943
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Navy Transport Operated on Army Schedules   February 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Flights in Danger Area   March 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements CinCLant Secret Dispatch and Operation Plan   March 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Home Ports for Aviation Units   March-July 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Joint Priority List for Ocean Towing Operations   March 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander Eastern Sea Frontier Operation Plan   February-June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Notice of Movements of Merchant Shipping and Fleet Units   February 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Minesweepers, Assignment of New Construction   February 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Floating Drydocks   January 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Reporting, Routing, and Departure of LSTs, LCILs, and LSMs   February-May 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Coordination of Towing Operations   January 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Idenitification of Fishing Vessels   March 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Commander Naval Local Defense Force Operation Plan   January 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Blackhaw Assignment to Duty Station   February 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Air Raid Retaliation Operation Plan   June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Basic Plan for Ferrying New Production Naval Aircraft   January-June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Military Aircraft, Beach Patrol Assistance   July 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transfer of Request for Vessels   July 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Operations, USS YP-448   June-July 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Towing of Floating Dry Dock   June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Towing Report, ARDC-1   June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Communications Plan, New York Group   March 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Monthly Summary of Operations   June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Request for Routing   May 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Cadet Practice Cruises   May 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Control of Commercial Fishing Vessels   May 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Assignment of Numerical Task Designators   April-May 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation of Party Fishing Boats   April-June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Request for Tow   June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Soviet Russian Naval Units   June 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Letter from Naval Operating Base, Norfolk, VA   January 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels January-July 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Flights Made During December 1943   January 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans and Orders   January-April 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Request for Use of YMS Class Vessel   January 1944
8 3 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements VS-35 Patrols from NAS Glynco   June 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Additional Patrols for Use by Blimpron Fifteen   July 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transfer of Vessels to Seventh Fleet   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation Plans   November-December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Request to Sail to Canal Zone   November 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Ferrying Vessels for Conversion   November 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Army Aircraft Operation   November 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transfer of 12 YMS to Soviets   November-December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Basing of USN USL Experimental Vessels, Mayport   November-December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Transfer of SC Vessels to Pacific Fleet   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Headquarters, Group and Division Ships, LCI(L) Flotilla Thirty   November 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Inspection of Towing Gear   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements District Craft Involving Sea-Voyage; Personnel and Equipment   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Request for Ferry Towing Gear   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation and Supervision of Observation Craft   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Report of Communications and Navigation   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Sixth Naval District Minesweeping Operation Plan Cancelled July 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Towing of Vessel from Baltimore to Norfolk   December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Movement and Orders   August-December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Public Notice, Regulations of Party Fishing Boats   July 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Number 2 Special Patrol from NAS Charleston   July 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements General Plan and Doctrine for Combined Air and Surface Craft Anti-Submarine Operations August 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Damage Sustained from Shallow Running Exercise Torpedo   November 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements YMS's Detached for Duty with Pacific Fleet   August 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operation of Pleasure Craft in US Waters   July 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Regulations of Party Fishing Boats   August 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Procedure for Merchant Vessels Entering and Departing Charleston Harbor   August 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Anchorage of LCI(L)'s Arriving from UK October 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operational Percentages Eastseafron Vessels August-December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Operating Force Plan   October-November 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Scheduling of Blimp Routine Patrols   August 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Sailing Orders   October-December 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Towing Report, ARDC-2   October 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Home Ports for Aviation Units   October 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Towing of AFD-20 from Florida to Samoa   September 1944
8 4 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements Naval Speedletter, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations; Orders   September-November 1944
8 5 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements List of Ships as of 0800, Navy Yard, Charleston January 2- March 16 January-March 1943
8 6 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements List of Ships as of 0800, Navy Yard, Charleston March 17-May 18 March-May 1943
9 1 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements List of Ships as of 0800, Navy Yard, Charleston May 29-August 4 May-August 1943
9 2 A4-3 Ship and Aircraft Movements List of Ships as of 0800, Navy Yard, Charleston August 6-November 3 August-November 1943
9 3 A5-1 (?) Gun Exercises Arrangements between US and Canada, Operations of Public Vessels and Aircraft   September 1941
9 3 A5-1 (?) Gun Exercises Suggested Method of Fire Direction for Quick Targets   August 1941
9 3 A5-1 (?) Gun Exercises Gunnery Training, Train, Atlantic Fleet   May 1941
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Vessel Used as Target for Gun and Bombing Practice Jacksonville, FL October 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Plans for Gunnery Practice   January 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Target Practice Report   November-December 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Target Practice Ammunition 1942-43, Atlantic Fleet   September 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Combined Modified Day Spotting and Ready-Gun Practice Deslant Special Exercise G-1 September 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Damage Control System, San Diego Area of Eleventh Naval District   August 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Training and Officer Instruction   July 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Training   July-December 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises AMC-67, Firing on by Navy Plane   October 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Danger to Aircraft Incident to Anti-Aircraft Target Practices   May 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Report of Quarterly Target Practice   October 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Antiaircraft Machine Gun Training Centers   January 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Practices and Anti-Submarine Training   June-September 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Machine Gunning and Bombing of the Magnetic Gear Mine Sweeper AMC-67 October 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Rifle Range Facilities   November 1942
9 4 A5-1 Gun Exercises Monthly Target Practice Report   November 1942
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Projectiles Falling on Shore Adjacent to Chesapeake Bay Firing Areas   November 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Authorization for Gunnery Range, Beaufort, SC   October-December 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Ballistic Corrections Range Tables and Bombing Data Ordnance Pamphlet; With Corrections June-December 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Modification of Contents of Target Practice Pools   September 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises AA Firing at Bethany Beach, Delaware   September 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Bombing and Machine Gunning of Mine Sweeping Gear   August 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Blind Loaded Target Projectiles, Local Control Practices   August 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Structural Test Firing for 3"/50 Guns   August 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Shore Bombardment Practice   August 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Target, Restricted, and Danger Areas in Chesapeake Bay   June 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Use of Long Island and Block Island Sounds for Target Practice   June 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Deslant Special Torpedo Exercise   July 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Use of Chesapeake Bay for Target Practice   March 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Practice Reports   March 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Training and Exercises   January-December 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Monthly Target Practice Report   January-October 1943
9 5 A5-1 Gun Exercises Request for 20mm. Antiaircraft Machine Gun Training   January 1943
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Monthly Target Practice Report   January-December 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Approval of Bombing Target Site, Hunting Island, SC Interdepartmental Air Traffic Control Board February 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Exercises   January-October 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Practice Range   March 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Combat Problem   November 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Instructions for Chesapeake Bay Firing Areas   May 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Request for Target Charts Jacksonville and Savannah October 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Report of Structural Firing Tests   September 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Local Coordination for Gunnery Range for Use by Army Aircraft Walterboro Army Air Field July 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Night Gunnery and Anti-Aircraft Firing Exercises   June 1944
9 6 A5-1 Gun Exercises Projectiles Falling on Shore Adjacent to Chesapeake Bay Firing Areas   June 1944
9 7 A5-1 Gun Exercises LSM(R) 191 Structural and Test Firing Photographs 2 packets of small photographs and 25 large photographs November-December 1944
9 7 A5-1 Gun Exercises Proof and Structural Firing of LSM(R)'s 188 and 189   November-December 1944
9 7 A5-1 Gun Exercises Preliminary Report of Rocket Firing of 27 November 1944   November 1944
9 7 A5-1 Gun Exercises Gunnery Exercises   December 1944
9 8 A5-7 Engineering Performances Speed Limitations of Patrol Frigates   June 1944
9 8 A5-7 Engineering Performances Machinery Derangements, Automatic Protective Devices   May 1944
9 8 A5-7 Engineering Performances Derangement of Machinery   May 1943
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Encrypted Dispatch from Bureau of Navigation   April 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Use of CSP 845 and Associated Publications   April 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Personnel, Communications Regarding Administration   March 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Illumination Control in Passive Defense Against Air Raids   May 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Principal Telephone Routes in United States   May 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Establishment of Full-Time Leased Teletype Information and Command Lines   December 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Commercial Communication Facilities   December 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Speech Privacy Devices for Telephone Conversations   December 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Radio Facilities, Eighth Naval District   September 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Broadcasts to US Merchant Ships   September 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Miscellaneous Expenses, Navy Subhead; Request   July 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Liaison with Army Aircraft Warning Service   June 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Modified Harbor Entrance Control Posts   December 1941
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Letter Concerning Mobilization of Naval Communications   May 1940
9 9 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communication Facilities   June-November 1941
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Dissemination of Dispatches on Navy Ship Movements to Third Bomber Command   January 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Investigation of Command Line Telephone Conversations Heard by Port Director June 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Telegraph and Telephone Connections for Fleet Flagship   April-October 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Commercial Fishing Vessels; Matters of Naval Interest Marine Warning Service May 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Delayed Secret Dispatch   May 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Unlisted Telephone Number   May 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Recall of Confidential List of TWX Numbers   June 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Miscellaneous Important Items   June 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Use of Command Circuit Teleprinters   July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Command Telephone and Teletype Circuits for Commander Eastseafron   June 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Drop On Naval Leased Wires   April-June 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Coastal Information Teletype Network   June-July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Federal Communications Commission Communication Cooperation   July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Navy Yard, Boston, TWX, Call Numbers   July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Reports of Enemy Sightings by Commercial Airlines   July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Coast Guard Look-Out Reporting System   July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Long Distance Telephone Calls   July 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Command Line Telephone and Teletypewriter Circuits   June-August 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Warning from Air Patrols   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Reports of Contacts and of Distress   January 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Emergency Communication Plans, Charleston Navy Yard   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Distress Signals and Communications   January 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Memorandum to Chief Operator   January 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Request for Investigation of Civilian Teletype Employees   February 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Security Measures, Command Line Teletype Circuit   February 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) OPNAV Dispatch   April 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Coastal Lookout Stations   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Telephone Number for Dam Neck, Virginia   April 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Teletype Channel between Radio Central and Communication Office   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Copy of Telegram Request   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Joint Army and Navy Communications   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Continuity of Telephone Services to and from Naval Establishments   March-May 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Daily Report of Communications   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Speech Privacy Device for Telephone Conversation   March-September 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communication Facilities, Coast Guard, Sixth Naval District   August 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Security, Special Delivery Matter   March 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Gunnery Control Signals   October-November 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Correction to Communication Standing Order   August 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Assignment of Teletype Number   September 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Messages for Bermuda   October 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) QJA and QJB Messages   October 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Observation Net, Sea Islands of Georgia   August-September 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) One-Ship Recoding Pads, Issue and Instructions   October 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communication Officer Personnel   October 1942
10 1 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Cable and Radio Communications, Shipping Information   December 1942
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Physical Security of Cryptographic Aids   August 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Teletypewriter Service Elizabeth City, NC May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Tracer Proceedings on Dispatch Jacksonville, FL May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Index of Army, Navy and Coast Guard Communication Facilities Gulf Sea Frontier Area May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Delivery of Sailing Telegrams   May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Emergency Restoration of Service Charleston and Jacksonville May-September 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) War Shipping Administration Dispatches   June 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Delay in Delivery of Commercial Messages   May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Navy Aircraft Code   August 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Leased Telephone and Teletypewriter Circuits   August-September 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Radio Telephone Circuits   November 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Control of Current Weather Information   November 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Teletypewriter Service, Wilimington, NC   November 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Operational Difficulties with Plunger Contact Assemblies   December 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Basic Word Assignment for Voice Calls During January 1944 December 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Sound Powered Telephone Communication for Control of Anti-Torpedo Device   July 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communication Channels, Guarded by Vessels under COTCLant   November 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Rearrangement of Command Telephone Circuits   April-May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Cable and Radio Communications, Shipping Information Argentine, Swiss, Spanish, Irish, and Portuguese Vessels April-May 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Use of AWS Telephone by Armed Forces   April 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Telegraph and Telephone Connections for Fleet Flagship   April-July 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Arrangements for Independently Routed Major Troop Transports   April-October 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Speech Privacy Devices for Telephone Conversations   March-October 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Command Telephone and Teletypewriter Circuits   January 1943
10 2 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) CSP 1515 and Associated Equipment   January 1943
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Basic Communication Plan, Sixth Naval District Change No. 2 December 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Activities Served by Naval Coding Boards and Radio Stations 12th, 14th, and 17th Naval Districts August-October 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Release of Messages Relative to Queen System   August 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communication Equipment Allowance for Parris Island   November 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communications Plan, New York Group, ESF   November 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Special Purpose Code No. 1   December 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Use of Cryptographic Systems   July 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) East Coast Medium Frequency D/F Organization   May 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Discontinuance of Dispatches   January 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Relocation of Engine Room Telegraphs   November 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Rearrangement of Communication Facilities in Carolina-Georgia Area   May 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Classification of Dispatches   January-July 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Reduction of Allowances Shipping Control Ciphers January-February 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Speech Privacy Devices for Telephone Conversations   February-November 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Local Communications for Ships, Bermuda Area   February-May 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Classification of Dispatch Texts   March 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Telephone Land Line Installation   March-May 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Request for Official Navy Telephone Gainesville, GA August 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Access to Command Telephone Circuits   May-June 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Communication Facilities at Coast Guard Lifeboat Station Oak Island, NC July-August 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Request for Inter-Office Communication System   May 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Distribution of Publication "Practical Communications"   May-June 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Disclosure of Information on Captured Enemy Communications and Electronics Equipment   June 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Rearrangement of Command Telephone Lines   June 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Dispatches, Independently Sailed Merchant Ships   June-July 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Request for Coding Boards   June 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Operating Manual, East Coast, Medium Frequency D/F Organization   April 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Release of Messages Relative to Confidential Buoys   August 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Squadron Communications Plan, Beaufort Area   October 1944
10 3 A6-1 Traffic (Communications) Miscellaneous Communication Information   January 1944
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies for Joint Operations   December 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio War Warnings to US Merchant Ships   October 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Direction Finder Bearings to Belligerent Men-of-War   June 1940
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Recommendation for Receiver, High Frequency   August 1934
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Use of Short Wave Radio Broadcast Receivers   August 1934
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Joint Communication Training Exercise with Army and Navy   December 1939
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Joint Army-Navy Communication Training Exercises   January 1940
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Crystal Requirements due to Proposed Changes in Frequency Assignments   August 1940
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio High and Medium Frequency Direction Finder Exercises   May-August 1940
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Annex "A" Communications     1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Tracking Instructions for Strategic Direction Finder Stations   December 1940
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Direction Finder Exercises   January-July 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Plan for Presidential Cruise March 1941 February 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequency Plans and Call Sign Tables for Task Organizations   February 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications During Special Employment   July 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Emergency Radio Communication System   September 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio, Marine Barracks, Parris Island   October 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Employment of Radio Operators on Merchant Vessels   December 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Control   December 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Frequency Assignments for Naval Local Defense Force Shore Stations   December 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Circuit Log Excerpt   December 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Expansion of Naval Radio Station   December 1941
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Control   January 1942
10 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Officer Messenger Visit   October 1941
10 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Naval Radio Frequency Usage Plan   November 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Call Signs for Radio Telegraph Stations   December 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Memorandum to Signal Corps   September 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Report of Army-Navy Radio Tests   September-October 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Interconnecions of Army and Navy Radio Facilities   October 1940
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Establishment of Radio Liaison   October 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Charts for Air Communication Facilities   October 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Army Radio Facilities   October 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Receipt of Confidential Documents   December 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies for Joint Operations   November 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Joint-Army-Navy Radio Communication With Test Log August-September 1941
10 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Liaison with Army Aircraft Warning Service   June 1941
10 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Report of Direction Finding Tracking   July 1941
10 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Operation of "Control Circuit" in East Coast D/F Net   December 1941
10 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Reports of Direction Finding Tracking   January-October 1942
10 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Direction Finder Station Dupont, SC   February-September 1942
10 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Reassignment of High Frequency Coverage   August 1942
10 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Tracking Instructions for East Coast Strategic D/F Net   August-November 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Civil Communication Facilities, Protection During Neutrality and War   May 1940
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Improvement Item   June-August 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Persons Authorized to Use Radiotelegraph Facilities   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Frequencies for Airplanes Providing Convoy Coverage   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Task Organization Numercial Designators as Call Signs   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Federal Communications Commission Communication Cooperation   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Interference on 4255 Kcs   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Authority to Use Radiotelephone Service of New York Telephone Company   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Inspection of Hot Loop Communication System   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Items Requiring Attention by District Communication Personnel   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Signals for Urgent Communications between Aircraft and Surface Vessels   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Installation of D/F Facilities   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications Interference   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Procedure, Harbor Entrance Control Post   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications with Naval Patrol Planes, Charleston   June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Improvement of Radio Direction Finder Service   June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequency Assignments   June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Suspicious and Unidentified Radio Transmissions   June-July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Use of 3000 kcs for "Scene of Action" Voice June-July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Status of International Circuits   June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Silence of Naval Radio Stations   June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Compromise of Radio Call Sign Cipher   May 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Control of Naval Radio Transmitters During Impending Air Raids   May-July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Transmissions on 4155 KCS   May 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication with Merchant Vessels   May 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Joint Army-Navy Communications for Operations ESF June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Enemy Radio Transmissions 123rd Signal Intercept Company June 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Transmission of Coastal Information   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Attention to Operational Messages   August 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Operating Frequency Assignments to Small Escort Vessels   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Reports from Fishermen Observers   July 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal Picket Vessels   August 1942
11 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Reports from Aircraft   August 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Comments on ESF Communication Plan   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications to Allied Merchant Ships   May 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Security of Radio, Savannah, GA   May 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Convoy Escort and Convoy   May 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Distress Communications   March-April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Improper Use of Radio-Telephone Communication   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Ship-Plane Communications   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Operator Logs   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Compromise of Radio Call   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Plan, Air Patrol   March-April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Joint Army and Navy Communications   March-May 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   March-April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio War Warnings Broadcast   March-May 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio District Frequencies, Inshore Patrol Vessels   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Frequency Assignments, Local Defense Force   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Improper Operation of Radio Equipment   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Transoceanic Radiotelegraph and Radiotelephone Circuits   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal Lookout Stations   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio US Refit Orders, Communications   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Supplementary Instructions, Enemy Reports   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Voice Radio Equipment for Internal Security and Passive Defense   April 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Warning from Air Patrols   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Circuits   February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Bearings on Distress Cases Cape Lookout and Cape Hatteras March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Interference of Operations of Radio   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Substitution of Radio Frequency 6420 kc for 6630 kc February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Visual Signal Station   February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Obtaining Information of Disaster in Rapid Manner   February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Suspicious Radio Activity of Campsa Line Ships   March 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Use of Teletype in Zone Offices by Customs   February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Dispatches Referring to Previous Dispatches   January 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Destruction of Code and Signal Publications   January 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Request for Naval Frequencies   January 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Wartime Employment of Radio Direction Finder Stations   February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio High-Frequency Radio Transmission Conditions   December 1941
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Southern Naval Coastal Frontier Emergency Net   January 1941
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Control   January 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal Signal Stations   January-February 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Convoy Direction Finding Guards   January 1942
11 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio War Warning and Emergency Messages to US Merchant Ships   January 1942
11 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Monograph, Venezuela Reissued December June 1942
11 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Monograph, Colombia   August 1942
11 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Monograph, El Salvador Reissued September April 1942
11 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Monograph, Nicaragua   November 1942
11 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Monograph, Honduras   April 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications, Departure from Doctrine   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Commercial Fishing Vessels Observers   November 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio-Telephone Authenticators   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Security of Ship Movement Information   November 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Carolina Sub-Sector Coastal Observation and Warning System   November 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Casualty Plans   November 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Evaluation of RDF Reports   October 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies for Aviation Training   October 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Tactical Radio Call Signs   September 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Interservice Radio Propagation Laboratory   September 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Civil Communication Facitilies, Security   October 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Disapproval of Connection of Interphone System   September 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Chart of Communications Southern Sector   June 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   August-December 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Suggested Improvement to Convoy System   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications Equipment   August-September 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Convoy Communication Plan   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Control of Naval Radio Transmitters During Impending Air Raids   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Improvement Item   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Cable and Radio Communications Containing Shipping Information   August-October 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Delay in Transmittal of Vital Tactical Orders   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Signal Operation Instruction   August 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Control of Radio Beacons During Impending Air Raids   September 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Station List by Units   December 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Supplement to Pyrotechnic Code   December 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Joint Army-Navy Communications   December 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio "Q" System   December 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Intelligence, Actions Regarding Suspicious Messages   November 1942
11 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies Guarded   November 1942
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Facilities, St. Louis District Coast Guard November 1941
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Operation of Radiobeacons under Wartime Conditions Coast Guard March 1942
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Recognition Lights, Coast Guard Vessels Coast Guard February 1942
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Receipt of SSS from SS Norlantic Coast Guard February 1942
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Anti-Sabotage Patrol, Tennessee River and Tributaries, Cumberland River Coast Guard February 1942
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Copies of Official Correspondence Coast Guard December 1941
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Land Wire Facilities of Coast Guard   May 1941
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal Lookouts at Various Stations Coast Guard February 1942
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Blackout of Aids to Navigation Coast Guard December 1941
11 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal Signal Stations Coast Guard January 1942
11 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Operations Homing Procedure, 1st Bomber Command Army July 1942
11 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Local Joint Planning Committee Army February-March 1942
11 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Submarine Sighted by Army Plane Army February 1942
11 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal Signal Stations Army January 1942
11 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Letter Concerning Reprimanded Pilot Army January 1942
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Suspicious Message or Bearings; Procedure   January-February 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Naval Local Defense Force Stations, Radio Frequency Plans   January 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Notification to Arrival Fleet Detachments "Excessive Verbiage" March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Commercial Fishing Vessel Observers, Procedures   January 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Task Organization Calls   March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio QJ Messages   January-March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Interference   March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio District Communication Plan   March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Interference and Testing on 500 Kcs   March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Frequency Assignments for Naval Air Station, Glynco, GA   March 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Carolina Sub-Sector Control Observation and Warning System Changes February 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Government Dispatch Traffic Transferred to Domestic Commercial Communication Systems   February 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies for Aviation Training   January 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Request for ECM Machine   January 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio "Q" Message System   January 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Direction Finder Fixes, Army Report   January 1943
11 7 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Alertness   March 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications, Ship-Shore Frequency   May 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies for Aviation Training   April 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Local Communications for Destroyer Escorts in Bermuda Area   April 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   April-May 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio TWX Messages, Difficulty   March 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Control of Dissemination and Use of Communication Intelligence   March 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications Misuse   March 1943
11 8 A6-2 Operations of Radio Mark II ECM Equipment, Maintenance and Repair   March-April 1943
12 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   May-June 1943
12 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   May 1943
12 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Naval Local Defense Force Stations, Radio Frequency Plans   May 1943
12 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Failure to Establish Communications with Patrol Planes   May 1943
12 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio LORAN System, Security Classification   July 1943
12 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Local Communications for Destroyer Escorts in Bermuda Area   June 1943
12 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   July 1943
12 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Boats for Calibration of High-Frequency Direction Finders   July 1943
12 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Calibration of New Destroyers and Destroyer Escorts H/F and D/F July 1943
12 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio LORAN System, Security Classification   July 1943
12 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio US Naval Facilities Available for Position Reporting by Neutral Ships   July 1943
12 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Improvement Item   August 1943
12 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Instructions for the "Q" System   August 1943
12 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages Includes Distribution August 1943
12 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio Calibration of New Destroyers and Destroyer Escorts H/F August 1943
12 3 A6-2 Operations of Radio YG Beacons, Stations and Sectors Identification Letters, and Modulation Frequencies   August 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Hospital Ships, Communications   October 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Combined Communications Arrangements, Additional Personnel   October 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Cryptographic Security   October 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio US Naval Facilities Available for Position Reporting by Neutral Ships   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Telephone Calls for Task Groups and Units   October 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Naval Local Defense Force Radio Stations, Frequency Guards   October 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio YJ Beacons, Idenitification Letters and Frequency Assignments   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio The "Q" System   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Change in Secondary Port Frequency   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Unnecessary Dispatches   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Investigation Report, Suspicious Radio Activity Jacksonville, FL September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio, VHF Equipment for Naval Air Stations   September 1943
12 4 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   September-October 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequencies for Aviation Training   November-December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio YG Beacons, Stations and Sectors Identification Letters, and Modulation Frequencies   December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Local Communications for Ships in Bermuda Area   December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Doctrine for Use in Rescue Operations   December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Mark III IFF Equipment in Training   December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Communications: Coast Guard, Mounted Beach Patrol, Army Combat Teams   November-December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   November 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   November-December 1943
12 5 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications, Violation of Doctrine   November 1943
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Procedure for Contacting Confidential Observers   January 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   January-March 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Knowing the Basic Publications "Lessons Learned in Wartime Merchant Ship Communications" January 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Test Calls to Confidential Observers   January 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Eastseafron Communication Plan and Doctrine   January 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Loran Charts and Tables   February 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Making Reports Useful "Lessons Learned in Wartime Merchant Ship Communications" February 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   February-March 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Mark III IFF Equipment in Training   February 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Mark II ECM Equipment, Maintenance and Repair   February 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Loran Equipment, Training in Operation   February 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Reorganization of East Coast Intermediate Frequency D/F Net   March 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Frequency Guards for LST's Enroute   March 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications, Use of 3000 Kcs   March 1944
12 6 A6-2 Operations of Radio Broadcast from Army Airplanes Concerning Friendly Submarines   March 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Transfer, Navy to the Coast Guard of Operational Control of MF D/F Networks   July 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Direction Finder Stations, Aeronautical Service   July 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Establishment of Direction Finder Nets Operation of Navigational Pulse Equipment June 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Model AN/ARC-1 Communication Equipment Unusable Combinations of Frequencies July 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Provision for Emergency Frequency   July 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Message Areas Map Map May 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Cryptographic Devices, Maintenance and Repair   June 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio VHF Frequency Plan and Employment   May-June 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communications, Use of 3000 Kcs   March 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Forwarding Messages, Movements in ESF Waters   May 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   April-July 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Coastal and Marine Relay Radio Stations   May 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Reports of ETA, Indepedently Routed Ships   May 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Communication Instructions for British Warships in US Extracts April 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Communications with Salvage Vessels Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation May 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Airborne IFF Equipment, Use of Proper Code   April 1944
13 1 A6-2 Operations of Radio Eastseafron Communication Plan and Doctrine, Changes   April 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Proposed Operating Manual for HF/DF Networks   September 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Frequency Employment   August-October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Off-Frequency Transmissions by USCG Tallapoosa   October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Use of Strategic D/F Net for Rescue Purposes   October-November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Request for Authority to Use HF Communication   October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Interference on 2090 Kcs   October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Circuit Discipline and Operating, 4170 Kcs   October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Quarterly Report of Daily Naval Radio Station Operating Schedules and Frequency Employment September-October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Maintenance of Guard on 140.58 mc   October-November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Merchant Ship Recognition Procedure   September 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Crash and Emergency Communications   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio HF D/F Direction Finder Net, Test Results   September-November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Emergency Radio Communication, Escorting Aircraft and Convoys   August-September 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Change to Basic Communication Plan   August-October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Tower Guard, Available Equipment   August 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Frequency Assignments in the 115-156 MC Band   August 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio 1st Bomber Command Communications SOP No. 5 July 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Use of 7645 kcs by NAS Jacksonville, FL   August 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Choice of Radio Frequencies for Aircraft Training   September 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Crash and Emergency Communications, Assignment of Frequency   November-December 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Activities Served by Shore-Based Coding Boards   October 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Establishment of HF Direction Finder Nets   December 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Radio Installations, Air and Sea Rescue Communications   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio East Coast HF/DF Networks   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Grand Cayman Radio Guards   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Homing and Safety Frequencies, Southern Air Group   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Activation of Universal Air-Ground Communication Channel   November-December 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Transmitting with Coast Guard on 2670 Kcs   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio VHF Frequency Employment   November 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Q Messages   August-December 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Test of HF D/F Direction Finder Net   August 1944
13 2 A6-2 Operations of Radio Direction Finder Stations   July-October 1944
13 3 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition and Identification of US Naval Vessels Entering US Ports   October 1941
13 3 A6-3 Codes and Signals Elimination of Navy Codes and Ciphers   April-May 1941
13 3 A6-3 Codes and Signals Bases, Monthly Reports of Progress   October 1941
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Identification Signals, Merchant Vessels Includes vessels entering the Delaware July-August 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Signal Operation Instructions   July-September 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals for Use in Mexican Ports   July-August 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Joint Army-Navy Grid   July 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Special Flag Hoists for Merchant Vessels   June 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Call Signs of Coastal Pickets, Fifth Naval District   December 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals International Call Signs Reserved for New Merchant Ships   July 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Radio Call Signs Assigned to Army Stations   August 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Cipher for Commercial Airlines and Naval Air Transports   August 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Convoy Call Signs   August 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals British and Canadian Vessels Performing Escort Duty   September 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Task Organization Numerical Designators as Call Signs   September 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Identification of Commercial Fishing Vessels   September 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Shipment of Audio-Visual Aids "Physics of Sound as applied to Echo Ranging" and "The Technique of Echo Ranging" October 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Identification Signals, Army Harbor Entrance Control Signal Station Fort Moultrie, SC   1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Encrypted Call Signs   December 1942
13 4 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals between Patrol Surface Craft   October 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Failure of US Men-of-War to Follow Recognition Signal Procedure   May 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals between Patrol Surface Craft   April 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Communication with Merchant Vessels   May 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Distribution of Call Letters Assigned British Trawlers   May 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Convoy Call Signs   May 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Tactical Radio Call Signs   May 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Identification Signals for Merchant Vessels   May 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Challenge and Recognition Signals between Army, Navy, and Coast Guard   June 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Assignment of Radio and Visual Calls   March-April 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Signal Operation Instructions, Call Signs Also includes December 1941 January-June 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Call Signals Log   January 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Call Signs for Radio Telegraph   January 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Consular Shipping Advisers, Call Letters   February 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals Receipt of Publication LANTFLT-10A January 1942
13 5 A6-3 Codes and Signals First Bomber Command, Signal Operation Instructions   February-May 1942
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Commands and Activities Served by Naval Coding Boards   January 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Instructions for Use of Merchant Ship Identification Signals   May 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Centimeter Radar Beacons   January-March 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Local Naval Defense Force Code   January 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals "EFM" Service, Code Word Designations   January 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals for Use in Mexican Ports   January-March 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals British Signal Letters Assigned to US Patrol Vessels Vessels being transferred to French Navy February 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Failure of Naval Vessels, Recognition Procedure Cancelled April 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Beacon Identification Letters and Modulation Frequencies NAS, Atlanta, GA June 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Aircraft Code   June 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Universal Danger Signals to Avoid Collision in Convoy   August 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Local Defense Force Code   July-November 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals for Army Air Force Rescue Boats   January 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Sea Frontier Code No. 1 CSP 1695 Series December 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Use of Radio Frequency Designations   November 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Special Purpose Code Number 1   November 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Radio Call Signs   November 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Violation of Merchant Ship Recognition Procedure   October 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals between Patrol Surface Craft   March 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signal Extracts   September 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Procedure between Merchant and Patrol Vessels During Darkness   March 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Use of Uncoded Call Signs   July 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Assignment of Frequency and Identification for Congaree, SC   July 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Change of Frequency, Gainesville Field   July 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Destruction of Operational Intelligence Code for Patrol Craft   June 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Radar and Radio Navigational Aids NANRS, Gainesville, GA June 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals LDF Code Number 2   October 1944
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Courses and Identification Procedure for Men-of-War New York Harbor July-December 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals British Code for Passing Direction Finder Bearings of Enemy Submarines   October 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Withdrawal and Destruction of Publications SP 02331A, SP 02332, SP 02332A August 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Request for Color Call Signs   August 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Use of Challenge and Recognition Signals   February 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Daily Total Number of Code Groups Encrypted and Decrypted Month of June July 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Violation of Merchant Ship Recognition Procedure   June 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Area Frequency for NOB Trinidad   June-October 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Call Signs and Identification Signals for Soviet Merchant Ships   May 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Common Cipher for Enemy Sighting and Operational Movement Reports   May 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Identification Procedure of Commercial Fishing Vessels   May 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Lights for Certain District Craft   May 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Recognition Signals for Use in Mexican Ports   March-September 1943
13 6 A6-3 Codes and Signals Adherence to Rules for Visual Signalling   August 1943
13 7 A6-4 Mail Non-receipt of US Registered Mail   December 1941
13 7 A6-4 Mail Handling of Mail for Atlantic Fleet   November 1941
13 7 A6-4 Mail US Mail for Certain Units of Atlantic Fleet   July-August 1941
13 7 A6-4 Mail United States Fleet Mail Distribution   January 1941
13 7 A6-4 Mail Mail Addresses for Ships and Seagoing Units of Navy and Fleet Marine Force   December 1941
13 8 A6-4 Mail Correct Mailing Address   August 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Request for Coastal Information Intercepts   January 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Addressing of Mail and Dispatches to Consular Shipping Advisers   May 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Mail Distribution List, Eastern Sea Frontier   July-November 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Transmission of Postal Material   August 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Security of Navy Ship Movements   May 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Responsibility for Secret and Confidential Documents   July 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Addresses of Certain Officers   April 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Classified, Confidential, and Restricted Mail   March-April 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Addressing of Communications from Commander Eastern Sea Frontier   February 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Letter Concerning Radio Traffic Yard Intelligence Officer to Post Office Inspector February 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Department Standard Mailing List No. One   February 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Memorandums Concerning Correspondence   January-April 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Routing of Mail   August 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Transfer of Confidential Files   January-February 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Port Directors Addresses   February 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Improper Addressing of Mail   November 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Accounting for Loss of Registered Mail   December 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Numbering of Mail from Port Director   January 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Tallapoosa Mail, Change of Address   May 1942
13 8 A6-4 Mail Address of Naval Ammunition Deport Charleston   April 1942
14 1 A6-4 Mail Change in Post Office Address for USS Absecon   July-November 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail International Mails   December 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Accounting for Loss of Registered Mail   January 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Removal from Mail Distribution List   January-July 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Mail Distribution List, Eastern Sea Frontier   February-September 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Security of Ship Movements   March 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail US Fleet Mail Bulletin   April 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Additions to List of Post Offices   April 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Short Title, Army Air Forces Anti-Submarine Command   May 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Title Designations for Eastern Sea Frontier Correspondence   May 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Dispatch of Registered Mail   June 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Forwarding of Correspondence Via Official Channels   July 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Mail, Personnel and Logistics Sheet   July 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Receipt for Officer Messenger Mail   August 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Fixed Underwater Detection Stations, Mailing Addresses   September 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Establishment of Mail Facilities   September 1943
14 1 A6-4 Mail Misaddressed Classified Mail   August 1943
14 2 A6-4 Mail Distribution List, Amphibious Training Command   November 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Special Mail Routing Instructions   September-October 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Handling of Mail for Lost Ships and Dissolved Units   August 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Inspection Report of Navy Post Office   March 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Security Inspection Force   June 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Discontinuance of Certain Post Offices   June-July 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Mailing List of Confidential List of District Vessels   June-November 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Naval Post Office, Naval Air Station, Charleston   May 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Mailing Address for Registered Mail   May 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Mail Distribution List, Eastern Sea Frontier   April 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Changes, Additions, and Deletions to Coded Address Systems   February-November 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Mail for APA Ferrying Crew   February 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Post Office Address of USS Absecon   January 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Supply of V-Mail Forms   January 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Violation of Security   July 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Transmission of Secret Letter   May 1944
14 2 A6-4 Mail Removal from Mailing List   November 1944
14 3 A6-5 Correspondence Authority to Sign "By Direction" for Commander   December 1941
14 4 A6-7 Pigeon Service Funds for Feeding Pigeons, Mayport, FL   July 1943
14 4 A6-7 Pigeon Service Establishment of ESF Pigeon Loft   May-June 1943
14 5 A6-8 Secret and Confidential Correspondence and Files, Instructions for Handling, etc. German Merchant Vessel Arauca   June 1940
14 5 A6-8 Secret and Confidential Correspondence and Files, Instructions for Handling, etc. Request for Copies of Confidential Letters   February 1941
14 5 A6-8 Secret and Confidential Correspondence and Files, Instructions for Handling, etc. Illumination Control in Passive Defense Against Air Raids   September-October 1940
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Publishers' Fact Service   December 1942
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Dissemination of News in the Event of Enemy Attack Includes information check list August 1942
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Request for Corresponding Engine Serial Numbers on Crash Reports   July 1942
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Publication and Broadcast of Local Notices to Mariners   May-June 1942
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Confidential Note Books, Officer Students, Destruction   May 1942
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Publicity Regarding US Submarine Operations   August 1943
14 6 A7-1 Publicity Publicity Regarding Warship Launchings   April 1942
14 7 A7-2 Censorship Publicity Concerning the Navy   January 1941
14 7 A7-2 Censorship Confidential Note Books, Officer Students, Destruction   December 1941
14 7 A7-2 Censorship Plant Security, Passive Defense Protection   December 1941
14 7 A7-2 Censorship Preparation for National Censorship   November 1941
14 7 A7-2 Censorship Moving of Fourth Defense Battalion   February 1941
14 7 A7-2 Censorship Information Concerning Classified Matter   December 1940
14 8 A7-2 Censorship Security of Ship Movements   August 1942
14 8 A7-2 Censorship Burner for Destruction of Mail   September 1942
14 8 A7-2 Censorship Leakage of Information and Investigation   April-July 1942
14 8 A7-2 Censorship Japanese Atrocities, Release of Publicity Statements or Stories   September 1942
14 8 A7-2 Censorship Leakage of Information Concerning Sailing of Merchant Ships   July-August 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publication of Information Relative to Swept Channels   September 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications One-Ship Recoding Pads, Issue and Instructions   August 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Notebooks from LaVerne Thomas, Radio Material School No enclosures August 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications ONI Allowance Tables   July 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Registered Publication Allowance for Class 2 Vessels Assigned ESF, British, and Canadian Ships September 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Plans   September 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Directory of Officers, Fourteenth Naval District   December 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Vault Door   December 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Publications for Confidential Library   December 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Changes of Set Numbers to CSP 1302-M   October 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Cofidential List of Ships and District Craft   September 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issues, Corrections, Inspections of Registered Publications   November 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Firms Qualified to Handle Classified Reproductions   October 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications Allowance for YP Vessels Shrimpers October 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Registration Numbers for Trucks in Storage   September 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Corrections to Publications Issued to Merchant Ships of United Nations   October 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Conhydrolants Issued   November 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Local Defense Force Vessels, First Naval District   November 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Index of Confidential Charts and Publications Issued by Hydrographic Office November 1942
14 9 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issue of One-Ship Recoding Pads   November 1942
14 10 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issues, Corrections, Inspections of Registered Publications   November 1942
14 10 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Mine Warfare Notes Pamphlet November 1942
14 10 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Bulletin of Ordnance Information   December 1942
14 10 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Conhydrolants in Effect   November 1942
14 11 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Notes of Net and Boom Defenses Pamphlet   1942
14 11 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Standard Navy Distribution List Numbers 3, 5, 7 August-December 1942
14 11 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Bulletin of Ordnance Information   October 1942
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications for USS YMS112   February 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Index of Confidential Charts and Publications Issued by Hydrographic Office March 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Withdrawal Request of Registered Publications   February 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Instructions for Issue and Withdrawal of One-Ship Recoding Pads   February 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issue of Combined British-US Communications Publications to Merchant Vessels   February 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Authority to Draw Registered Publications   February 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Transmittal of Publication on Airport Facility Data First Air Force Operating Area, Southern Sector January 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Directory of Officers, Fourteenth Naval District   January 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Report of Loss of Confidential Publications   January 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Directory of Coast Guard Units, Sixth Naval District   January 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Organization Manual, Headquarters Commander Eastern Sea Frontier New York City March 1943
15 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issuance of Publication CSP 1500 March 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Reports of Loss of Registered Publications   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Change to Field Order No. 11   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Section Base Information   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Finding of Registered Publications   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issue of One-Ship Recoding Pads   March 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Bulletin of Ordnance Information   March 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Grid Charts   March 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Restriction on Publication of Information Regarding French Ships   March 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Requests for Confidential Publication and Supplies   March 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Directory of Officers, Fourteenth Naval District   March-April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications CSP 1515 and Associated Publications   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications LANTFLT Publications   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Firms Qualified to Handle Classified Reproductions   April 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Rosters of Officers   May 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Change to Confidential Document "JAN Basic Coast Defense Policy 6ND" April-May 1943
15 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Cancellation of Ordalt 1397   April 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Firms Qualified to Handle Classified Reproductions   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications CSP 1515 and Associated Publications   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications ONI Allowance Table   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Staff, Commander Destroyers, US Atlantic Fleet   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Release of Photographic Equipment Covered by Custody Receipts   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Rosters of Officers   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Staff, Commander, Fleet Operational Training Command   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Officers, USS Constellation   July 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Registered Publications to be Carried On Board Submarines   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications LANTFLT Publications and Distribution   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Reports Concerning Southeastern Shipbuilding Corporation No copy attached May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Catalogue of Functional Components   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Improper Distribution to Unauthorized Person   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Missing Registered Publication   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLANT News Letter   June 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Communications and  Registered Publications   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Security, Disclosure of Ships   April-May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Information on Coast Guard bases in District   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Publications   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Censorship Regulations   May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications US Coast Guard Standard Distribution List Number 1 May 1943
15 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Allowance List Deficiencies, USS Choctaw   May 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issue of SP 02404 and CSP 1321 to Merchant Vessels   August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Catalgoue of Advance Base Functional Components   August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Information From Observations in a New Ship CIC in a new ship under COTCLant August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Shipment of Situation Board Symbols   August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Newsletters, Airborne Coordinating Group   June-August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Changes in Roster of Officers, South Pacific   August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Classification of Ship Movement Dispatches   May 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Allowance Lists and Tables   July 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Firms Qualified to Handle Classified Reproductions   July 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   July-August 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Information Regarding Canadian Military and Naval Activities   July 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Rosters of Officers Includes USS Vixen July 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Distribution of Atlantic Fleet Publications   June 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Information and Directives on Defense Installations for Merchant Vessels   June 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Report of Missing Publication, SS Stanley Matthews   June 1943
15 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLANT Newsletters   June-August 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Catalgoue of Advance Base Functional Components Addition August-October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Registered Publications   August 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Change to Standard Navy Distribution List   August-September 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Readiness Dates, Destination and Composition of Acorns 11 to 23   August 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   September-October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Digest of Airborne Radio and Radar News Airborne Coordinating Group September-October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLANT News Letters   September 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Distribution of LANTFLT Publications   September 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Registered Publication, Board of Investigation Publicatio No. 3546 September-November 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Correction to Control Book "Type Engineering Casualty Control Book for Destroyer Escorts" October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Registered Publications   October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publication Allowance for NAOTC Headquarters   October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Rosters of Officers USS Vixen and USS Hamul October 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Photos and Maps of Norway Photos not included September 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications ONI Non-Registered Recognition Publications Distribution   September 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Reports on Logistics, Ammunition   September 1943
15 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Instructions for Revised Forms RPS 5, RPS 14 (A) and (B) September 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Registered Communication Publications   October-November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Confidential Publication CSP 1405 November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Admiralty Net Defense Gear   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Disposal of BuOrd Confidential Scrap   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications Carried by Submarines, Atlantic Fleet   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Enemy Bombs The High Angle Bomb November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Release from Responsibility for Secret and Confidential Matter   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Confidential Progress Charts Missing enclosures November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Removal of CSP 1271 CSP 1271(AS), registered 6572 November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Security; Address on Envelope   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Allowance of Cryptographic Aids for Ferrying Voyages   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Aircraft Code, Board of Investigation CSP 1271 (AN) No. 7770 October 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLANT News Letter   November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Digest of Airborne Radio and Radar News   October-November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Rosters of Officers USS Vixen and USS Hamul November 1943
15 6 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications One-Ship Recoding Pads, Issue and Instructions SP 02413 November 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Confidential Progress Charts No enclosures December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Registered Publication   November 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLant Newsletters   November-December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Routing Instructions Collision Incident November 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications War Diaries, Summary of Reported Activities   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Special Print of U.S.C. and G.S. Chart   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Digest of Airborne Radio and Radar News   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Disposal of BuOrd Confidential Scrap   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications District Intelligence Bulletins   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications LANTFLT Publications   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Distribution List   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Changes to Distribution List   December 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Naval Intelligence Manual Between Folder 1 & 2 October 1943
16 1 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Source of Supply of Combined Merchant Ship Publications   December 1943
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Changes to Distribution List   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Security of Classified Matter   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Allowances of Communications Publications   January-March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Instructions to Masters of Merchant Ships   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications CINCLANT/ALLANT #6   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Returned Copies of Defense Plan Rainbow No. 5   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Disposal of Confidential Scrap at National Carbon Company   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Concerning Aerial Photographs   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Submission of Progress Reports   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Certificates of Delivery No enclosure January-March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Catalogue of Advanced Base Functional Components Amendment No. 3 January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Officers   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Discontinuance of COTCLant F-26 Series Cancelled February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications U.S. Maritime Service Training Ships   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications to Be Carried on Board Submarines   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications SUBSLANT X-9 Revision 8   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Ship's Plans for AP-171   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Certificates and Documents for AP-175   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Index to ASW Surface Libraries   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications One Ship Recoding Pads   January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Deficiencies of Stores and Equipment No enclosure January 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Facility Files   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   January-April 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Officers   March-April 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Discontinuance of Publications   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications Approved for A/S Libraries   March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Allowances of Cryptographic Aids   March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Catalogue of Advanced Base Functional Components   March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Monthly Reports of A/S Training Equipment   March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Chart Covering N.C. to Bermuda March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Source of Supply of Combined Merchant Ship Publications   March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Registered Publication Administrative Report March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Misuse of Supplementary and Geographical Meanings   March 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Monthly Station Reports of On-Board Perssonel Florida & S.C. April 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Confidential Publications   February 1944
16 2 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Security - Handling Classified Material   March 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Surprise Practice Air Raid Drill   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Comments on O.N.I. Publications With Questionnaire Card June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Registered Publication   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   May-June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Lists of Personnel     1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Review of 6ND-LDF-34   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Additional Copy of Reference   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Confidential Progress Charts   May-June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Confidential Publications   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Changes to Navy Distribution List   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Officers   May-June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for H.O. Publication   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Transfer of Classified Publications   June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLant Newsletter   June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Reclassification of Confidential Letters   May 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Submission of Informal Weekly Progress Report   April 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Monthly Station Reports of On-Board Aircraft and Personnel Florida & Georgia April-June 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Catalogue of Advanced Base Functional Components   April 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Registered Publication   April 1944
16 3 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Cominch Bi-Weekly U-Boat Trends   April 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Status of COTCLant Destroyer Series   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Return of Confidential Matter   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Special Allowance of Registered and Non-Registered Publications   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Manual of Combat and Operational Intelligence   September 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Delivery of Files from Section Base, Savannah, GA   September 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Depth Charge Material   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Field Offices Station List   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Corrections to Gulf Sea Frontier Operation Plan   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss of Registered Publications   July-August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Discontinuance of Survivor Cards   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Publications   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Contributions to O.N.I. Weekly   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Certificate of Destruction of Classified Documents   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Issue and Use of Code and Recoding Tables   July-August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Receipts for Classified Documents   July-August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications Carried on Submarines SUBSLANT X-9, Revision 11 August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Crptographic Aids held by Allied Warships   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Allowances of Communication Publications   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Report on ASW Attack Teacher Training Unit   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Port Information Concerning Puerto de la Cruz   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Lecture Notes   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Routing Instructions   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Accounting for Merchant Ship Publications   August 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Distribution of Non-Registered Recognition Publications   July 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Officers   July-September 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   July-September 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Accounting for Registered Publications   June 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Ordnance Publications and Directives   June 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Confidential Progress Charts     1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Delivered and Received Confidential Files and Publications   June 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Monthly Station Report of On-Board Personnel and Aircraft FL, GA, S.C. July-September 1944
16 4 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Wartime History of the Supply Corps   July 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Joint Action of the Army and the Navy Revision   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Monthly Station Report of On-Board Personnel and Aircraft   September-December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Submarine Action Story No enclosures   1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications One Ship Recoding Pads   September-November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Forwarding of Ships' Log Books   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Information on Electric Eels   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Index of Confidential Ordnance Publications   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Destruction of Classified Matter   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Quarterly Addenda to Wartime History of the Supply Corps   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Officers   October-December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Request for Docking Report   September 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Vessel Conversion to Electrical Power Ship   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Loss and Return of Registered Publications   October-November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Station Reports of Aviation Facilities   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Complete Copy Request Speedletter December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Towing of Vessel   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Comments on Confidential Book on Standardization of Naval Terminology   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Forwarding of Lecture Notes   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Cryptographic Allowance   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publicity on Vessels   November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   October-December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Confidential Charts, Index and Allowances   October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Rescue at Sea USS Argo October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Status of LANFLT Publications   October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Review of Destroyer Action Story   October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Sixth Naval District Intelligence Manual   October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications "F" Section Activites in Sixth Naval District   October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Change in Classification of Correspondence   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Registered Publications Allowances Mayport, FL November-December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Form 1572 USS Absecon December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publications on board Submarines SUBSLANT X-9, Revision 12 November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Publication Records and Recognition Signals With Forms November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Change to Distribution List   November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Campaign for Revitalizing Security   November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Chart Order and Excess Publications   November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Copy Request of Confidential Letter   November 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Combat Records and Stories of Repair, Pacific Fleet   December 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications COTCLant News Letter Article   October 1944
16 5 A7-3 Confidential, Secret, and Registered Publications Disposal of Publications   November 1944
16 6 A8-1 Intelligence Systems Installation of Telephone With Order Form June 1940
16 6 A8-1 Intelligence Systems List of Reserve Officers for Routing Mail   May 1940
16 6 A8-1 Intelligence Systems Situation in Mexico   June 1940
16 6 A8-1 Intelligence Systems Joint Intelligence Standing Operating Procedure   February 1940
16 6 A8-1 Intelligence Systems Applicant for Commission as Lieutenant   June 1940
16 7 A8-2 Collection of Information Comparison of Merchant Marine War Losses     1941
16 7 A8-2 Collection of Information Monographs No enclosures May 1941
16 7 A8-2 Collection of Information Reclassification of Secret Document Info on Great Britain August 1941
16 7 A8-2 Collection of Information Disposition of Fingerprint Records   October 1941
16 7 A8-2 Collection of Information Reports from British Secret Agents on Japan   October 1941
16 7 A8-2 Collection of Information Naval Operating Base in Iceland   November 1941
17 1 A8-2 Collection of Information Intelligence Information on Great Britain   June 1941
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Information on German U-Boats Pamphlet July 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Grid for Reporting Positions   June 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Description of SS Nordvard With Picture of Sister Ship June 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Boarding Reports   May-June 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Sinking by Torpedo, Norwegian Freighter With Sketches May 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Report of Investigation of Conduct of Armed Guard SS Stanvac Melbourne April-May 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Roster of Naval Intelligence Service Abroad   August-November 1942
17 2 A8-2 Collection of Information Operational and Intelligence Activities, Effective Coordination   September 1942
17 3 A8-2 Collection of Information The Tripartite Alliance and the Japanese-American War   February 1942
17 4 A8-5 Espionage Plan for Furnishing Shipping Information to the Commander   December 1941
17 4 A8-5 Espionage Plant Protection   April 1941
17 5 A8-5 Espionage Report on Radio Jamming   July 1942
17 5 A8-5 Espionage Fishing Vessel Observers   June-August 1942
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Intelligence Jurisdiction in Government Owned Privately Operated Plants   February 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Sabotage committed by Charles R. Lyons   February 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage McDougald Construction Company - Subcontractor Savannah, GA January-March 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Small Craft   March 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Civilian Personnel of Naval Operations   October 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Amendment of Article 18   April 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Confiscation of US Marine Corps Equipment   September 1944
17 6 A8-5 Espionage William Robert Cove   May 1944
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Security Investigations of Personnel   August 1944
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Enemy Activity   October 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Cover Letter from Fourth Service Command   September 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Fire Protection for Naval Section Base Savannah, GA May 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Confidential Informants in Maritime Commission Shipyards   April 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Espionage and Subversive Activity   January-February 1944
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Persons in Restricted Zones   May 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage St. Johns River Shipbuilding Company   July 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Personnel Security Responsibility   June 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Request for Shipyard Employee Data   June 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Security Inspection Force Cancelled June 1943
17 6 A8-5 Espionage Employees Discharged for Cause   July 1943
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Summary Report of Sapelo Island   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Coastal Information, Section B-8, Seventh Naval District Diagrams December 1941
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Boarding Report of SS MARGARET   February 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Radio Transmission Forward No enclosure March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Unauthorized and Suspicious Use of Radio Equipment   February-March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Radio Signal Report from Army Patrol Plane   February 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Landing of Enemy Agents on US Coast   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Evaluation of Reported Submarine   January 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Actions of Spanish Vessels   February-March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Report on Tug HERCULES   February 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of MS Australia   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of SS JOHN D GILL   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Supicious Signals and Radio Messages No enclosures March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Distribution of DNI Reports   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Received Intelligence Reports   December 1941
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Evidence of Tapping of Telephone Lines   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of PAN MASSACHUSETTS   February 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Coastal Information, Section B-8, Sixth Naval District   September-March 1941-1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage List of Rescue of Men SS John D Gill March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Possible Attack on Airports   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Radio Transmission on U-boat   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Japanese and German Military Operations   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Interception of German Radio Message   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Unknown Submarine Sighting   March 1942
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Periscope Sighting, Savannah   December 1941
17 7 A8-5 Espionage Japanese Midget Submarines   December 1941
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of W.E. HUTTON   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Investigation Report on Collision at Sea   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Use of Radio by Italian Ships   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Oil Shipments in Spanish Ships from Gulf Port Areas   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Radio Activity of Campsa Line Ships   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Combat Intelligence from Survivors of SS OREGON   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Radio Intercepts   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of SS CARIBSEA   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Possible Attack on Airports   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage German Submarine Activity in US and South America   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of MS Australia   March 1942
17 8 A8-5 Espionage Silhouettes of US Naval Ships   March 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Radio Activity of Campsa Line Ships   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Security of Ship Movement Information   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Fishing Boat HAROLD   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Tactics of Submarines   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage German Radio Messages   May 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Security of Information   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Information on John Marshall   March 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Interception of German Radio Message   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Lights   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Explanation of SOS from SS MANZANILLO   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of ESSO NASHVILLE   March 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Supplementary Report on Sinking of SS OREGON   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Communications - Voice-Record Machines   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Supicious Ships and Submarines Sighted by SS CARRIER With diagram April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious French Tanker   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Carelessness of Tug Boats in Exchanging Weather Conditions   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Spanish Ships   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Sketch of Submarine Sighted by SS PAN AMOCO   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Conduct of Lieut. Holleman   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sinking of SS NAECO   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Request of Identification Signals of Merchant Ships   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Mysterious "Radios"   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Submarine Attack on SS ARIO   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Pender Beach - Alleged Submarine Base   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Infiltration in Armed and Civilian Defense Forces   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Merchant Marine Personnel   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Explanation of SOS from MV MERCURY SUN   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Improper Dissemination of Names of Ships   April 1942
18 1 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Radio Message   April 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Report on Sinking of SS YORKMOOR With diagram June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Landing of German Agents in Florida   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Activities of SS MARIE AMELIA   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Fire Extinguisher Filled with Kerosene   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage El Salvador, Change in Marine Guide   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Submarine Refueling - Gulf of Mexico   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Possible Method of Sabotage of Ships   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage New Type of Incendiary Bomb   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Fueling of and Aid to Enemy Submarines   June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Report on German Attach and British Defense Part II June 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Truck Using Radio   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage SS ELDENA Voyage to Russia and Return With diagram June-July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Survivors' Reports on Sinking of Vessels   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Leakage of Information about Merchant Ships   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Landings from Submarines   August 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Application to Purchase New Tires   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage List of Symbols used by Communist Party Waterfront Section July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Incendiary Device Discovered in Box Car   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Repair of Ship Chronometers   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage New Destroyers, Sweden   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Tankers, Dutch   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage MS SAENTIS   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Flotsam   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Enemy Submarines Use of Wrecks   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Boarding Report of SS CHEDABUCTO   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Sinking of SS WEST IRA   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Illegal Landing of Members of Crews of Vessels   July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Statements by Survivors of SS TACHIRA With drawing July 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Survey of Fishing Industry by Italian Government   August 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Possible Subversive Transmission   August 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Interviews with Survivors of Sunken Vessels   August 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Vessel   August 1942
18 2 A8-5 Espionage Intelligence Report on Economic Forces, Merchant Marine   July 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Japanese Naval Vessels, Destroyers   November 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Information for Boarding Officers   June 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Spanish Falange Intelligence Organization Diagram November 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Exchange of US Currency in Mexico   December 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Rex Thomas Kelly, Suspicious Photographer   December 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Lost Life Raft and Seaman's Mattress   December 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Notice of Suspects and Vehicle in Miami   December 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Symbols Observed Aboard Ships   May 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Navy Department, Sixth Naval District Envelope     1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Parachutists   May 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage New Type of Incendiary Bomb   June 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Graf Zeppelin, Aircraft Carrier   July 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Vessels Equipped with Radio Telephone   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Spanish Ship Associated with Falange Activities   May 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Suspicious Vessels   May 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Inflammable Fluid in Fire Extinguishers   November 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Sample from Oil Soaked Rag   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Recovery of Italian Mine at Gibraltar   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage SS MAUNAKEA Voyage to Russia and Return   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Protest Concerning Acquisition of Shrimp Boats   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Removal of Merchant Marine Suspects   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Flashing Lights   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage U-boat Supply Ship HYDRA, ex HENNING MAERSK With Recognition Chart August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Foreign Sabotage Mines   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Submarine Landing Men in Canada   August-November 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Report of Voyage from Panal Canal Zone to S.C.   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Coordination of Operational and Intelligence Activities   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Naval Intelligence Service and Personnel   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Fingerprinting of Persons Engaged on Naval Contract Work   October 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Sabotage in Request No.I60   September 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Personnel Security, Private Plants   October 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Seized Norwegian Vessel   October 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Status of Former Italian Aliens   October 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Enemy Attack on American Freighters   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Landing of Enemy Agents   August 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Statements by Survivors of Vessels   August-November 1942
18 3 A8-5 Espionage Report of Sunken Vessels   October 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Removal of Subversives in Commercial Plants   November-December 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Security of Plans, Specifications, and Methods under Private Contractors   July 1940
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Travel Control Procedure   January 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Lack of Security and Inefficiency at Maritime Commission Yards   June 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Shipyard Lighting at Wilmington, NC   May 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Air Raid Defense Plan, Navy Yard, Charleston   April 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Internal Security Inspections   April-May 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Investigative Responsibility for US Coast Guard Reserves   April 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Fire Protection Measures for Training Schools   April-May 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Boundary Lighting for Shore Stations   March 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Leakage of Information on Ship Movements   July 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Internal Security and Plant Protection With Responsibility List February-December 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Policy on Passive Defense Measures   October-November 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Militarization of Guards in Private Plants   August 1942
18 4 A8-6 (?) Security Methods Coast Guard Beach Patrols   July 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Illegal Landing of Two Officers from Netherlands   July 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Procedure of Personnel Security Affecting Internal Security   December 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Security of Shipping Information   October 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Control and Coordination of Anti-aircraft Batteries   March 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Internal Security and Defense of Commercial Shipyards   January 1942
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Report of US Rubber Company   March-April 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Possible Sabotage at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL June 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Early Termination of Naval Contracts at Brunswick   December 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Sentry Dog Facilities   August 1943
18 4 A8-6 Security Methods Radar Training School, St. Simons Island, GA   August 1943
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Criminal Records of Civilian Employees   January 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Employees Discharged for Cause   September 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Disappearance of Inspector of Engineering Materials   June 1944
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Qualifications for Confidential Special Observer   June 1944
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Investigation Reports on Employees, Continued   May-December 1944
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Reports on Bad Conduct and Suspension   March-May 1944
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Appeal of Removal of Former Employee   October 1943
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Request of Information about Discharged Typist   June-December 1943
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Indebtedness of Ensign   May 1943
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Employees Discharged for Cause, Continued   March-September 1943
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Access to Registered Publications   October 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Alien Questionnaires No enclosure August 1944
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Investigation Reports on Employees   August-December 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Probable Alien Sympathizers   March 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Reports on Teletype Operators   February-September 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Investigation Reports on Telephone Operators No attachments February 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Harold and Louise Preece, Refused Admittance   February 1942
18 5 A8-5 Espionage Investigation Reports on Employees, Continued   January-April 1943
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Internal Security Inspections   February-December 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Espionage, Subversive and Miscellaneous Activities   October-December 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Merchant Seamen and Officers   October 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Inspection of Private Facilities   October 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Special Plant Protection, Florida   January 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Alien Questionnaire No enclosure September 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Security Bill for NOLEF With Check Sheet August-December 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Policy on Passive Defense Measures   August 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Legal Status of Private Guard Forces   March 1943
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Internal Security Plan of Naval Air Station, St. Simons Island, GA   June 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Security of Installation, Brunswick, GA   June 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Plans for Defense of Naval Air Station, Glynco, GA   June 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Security Investigations of Personnel   April 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Cooper River Bridge   January-February 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Control of Persons Entering and Leaving the US   January-March 1944
18 6 A8-6 Security Methods Security Measures at Hiwassee Dam, NC   May-July 1944
18 6 A8-6 (?) Security Methods Commerce and Travel Security   January 1944
18 7 A9-1 Annual Reports Naval Ordnance Laboratory Report   May 1942
18 8 A9-4 Monthly Reports Chemical Warfare Defense Equipment   April 1942
18 8 A9-4 Monthly Reports WSA Weekly Position Reports   August 1944
18 8 A9-4 Monthly Reports Report of Activities   December 1944
18 9 A9-6 Weekly Reports Progress Report   May 1942
18 10 A9-8 Statistics Administrative Report on Airplane Crash   December 1943
18 11 A9-11 Ship's Data Book Requests for Ship Characteristic Data, Continued   January 1941
18 11 A9-11 Ship's Data Book Requests for Ship Characteristic Data   September 1941
19 1 A12-1 Chronicles Guides for the Writing of War Diaries   December 1942
19 2 A13 Inventions, Patents, and Beneficial Suggestions Invention of Quick Releasing Wire Stopper   November 1944
19 3 A13-7 Beneficial Suggestions Passive Defense Type Stirrup Pumps   October 1944
19 4 A13 Inventions, Patents, and Beneficial Suggestions Design for Torpedoes, Ultrasonic Sound Control   July 1941
19 4 A13 Inventions, Patents, and Beneficial Suggestions Suggestion for Decoy Torpedo With diagram November 1942
19 4 A13 Inventions, Patents, and Beneficial Suggestions Design of Electronic Translator With description and drawing July 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Policy  on PBX Type Aircraft   October 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy List of Merchant Vessels Sunk   October 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy and Routing Headquarters Doctrine   November 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Report of Convoy USAT MEXICO   November 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Testing of Steering Gear   November 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Armament for Transports and Vessels   October-December 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Instructions for Scuttling Merchant Ships   October 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Seizure of Spanish Ships   January 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Routing of NTS and Merchant Vessels in National Emergency   January 1941
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Protection   October 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Merchant Vessel Arming, Continued   January-May 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Balloon Barrage Equipment   June-December 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Route for KN Convoys   July 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Inspection of Equipment on Merchant Vessels   August 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Changes to Annex Affirm   September 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Smoke Floats and Installation   September-October 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Consolidated Reports on Arming Merchant Vessels   September 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Disciplinary Action Against Master of Merchant Vessels   September 1942
19 5 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Merchant Vessel Arming   October-December 1941
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Joint Hurricane Evacuation Board, Change of Representative   December 1943
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Plan for Escort of Convoys by Aircraft   May 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Substitution of Building from New Orleans to Houston   December 1943
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Reports on Convoys   January-April 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Preparation of Convoys   February 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Establishment of Naval Convoy Board   February 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Delay of Convoy   February 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Letter from Inshore Patrol Concerning Estimate   April 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Escort Vessels, Coastal Convoy   April 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Establishment of Gulf-Convoys   May 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Operation Plan for Convoy   January 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Escort Reports   August 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Routing and Security of Vessels, Chesapeake Bay   August 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoys Between New York, Carribean, Gulf, and United Kingdom   August-September 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Instructions   July 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Escort Groups   May 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Report on Liaison Personnel   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Call Signs for Convoy   May 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Defenses for Cape Fear Protected Anchorage   May 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Lack of Air Escort   July 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Changes and Additions to Routes   May 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Independent Sailings, Not Included in Convoys   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy and Ship Positions   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Outfitting Merchant Vessels   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Congestion of Shipping During Entrance of Convoys   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Letter from Mystic Steam Division   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Difficulties   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Protection of Merchant Shipping, Coastal Lanes   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Routes for KN and KS Convoys   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Lights   June 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Difficulty in Locating Positions   June-July 1942
19 6 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Orders, Escort of Coastal Convoys   May 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Instructions for Scuttling Merchant Ships   March 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Naval Convoy Board, Organization Diagram     1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Designations and Orders   May 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Arrival of Ships in Port   September 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Ocean Convoy Assembly Ports   August 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Routes for HK - KH Convoys   August-September 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Escort of Anti-Submarine Warfare   August 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Conferences   September 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Route of NK Convoys   November 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Protection   October 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Control of Air Escort Operations   October 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Lights for Escorts   October 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Discipline   October 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Report of Convoy USAT MEXICO   November 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Command Authority and Responsibility   August 1942
19 7 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Escorts for Army Transports Letters December 1942
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Conferences, Attendance   October 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Routes for HK - KH Convoys   August-October 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Ship Turnaround   November 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Interference, Cape Hatteras   December 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Snowflake Flares and PAC Equipment   June 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Designation as Commodore Ship   March 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Air Escort of Vessels Proceeding Independently   January 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Escort Operations   January 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy MARI Amendment No. 97   February 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Removal of Water Pumps and Accessories   February 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy List of Merchant Vessels Sunk During Present War   February 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Dispatch Routine   July 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Blue Stern Lights, Merchant Ships   March 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Unlawful and Dangerous Practices, Manning Merchant Ships   June 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Armament of Vessels   March-September 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Outgoing Merchant Vessels Sailing with Convoys   April 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Dispatch Routine   April 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Merchant Vessels Fitted with TND Equipment   May 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Messing and Crew Quarters of Armed Merchant Ships   May-June 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Extract from Report of Escort of Convoy Operations   June 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Temporary Instructions for Stragglers from NG Convoy   March-October 1943
19 8 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Burning of Escort of Convoy Instructions   August 1943
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Decrease in Convoy Discipline   February 1944
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Dispatch Routine   January 1943
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Airmailgram Reports   January 1943
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Briefing Vessels with Traffic Information   January 1943
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Disclosure of Information on Routing and Convoy Instructions   February-March 1944
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Material Failures on Convoy Ships   March 1944
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Declared Speed of Ships in Convoy   May 1944
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Arming Merchant Vessels   May-December 1944
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Convoy Dispatch Routine   December 1944
19 9 A14-1 Commercial Intercourse, Convoy Routes for HK - KH Convoys   February 1944
19 10 A14-5 Diplomatic Intercourse, Internation, Doctrines of State Change of Mission of US Atlantic Fleet   March 1941
19 10 A14-5 Diplomatic Intercourse, Internation, Doctrines of State United States and Canada Opetations of Public Vessels and Aircraft   June 1941
19 11 A14-6 Status of Nations, with Reference to War and Peace Equipment for Establishing Routing Office   January 1941
19 12 A16 War, Preparation for; Conduct of Development of Civil Airports   March 1941
19 12 A16 War, Preparation for; Conduct of Lease of Property at Naval Reserve Aviation Base, Miami, FL With two blueprints March 1932
19 13 A16-1 National Defense Correctsions to List of Mobilization Requirements   December 1940
19 13 A16-1 National Defense Disposition of Obsolete War Plans   December 1940
19 13 A16-1 National Defense Use of Short Wave Radio Broadcast Receivers   August-November 1934
19 13 A16-1 National Defense Radio Direction Finder Training Exercises, Florida   July-November 1940
19 13 A16-1 National Defense Wartime Landline Circuits   October 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Organization for Air Raid Precautions   June 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Development of Civil Airports   February 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Passive Defense for Naval Short Activities   March 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Blackouts and Aircraft Warning Signals, Conference at Ft. Moultrie   February 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Local District Defense   February-March 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Defense Plans, Continental United States Stapled to #847 March 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Sixth Naval District Navy Plan for Reserve Midshipmen Georgia School of Technology November 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Priorities, Radar Equipment   April 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Submission of Required Data   September 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Harbor Entrance Control Post   June 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Task Assignments under WPDNC-46   July 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Underwater Obstacles, Eighth Naval District   July 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Defensive Sea Arena   July 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Illumination Control in Passive Defense Against Air Raids With Action Bill July 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Chemical Warfare Defense Plan for Navy Yard, Charleston   February 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Fleet Problem, Radio Shore Facilities   March 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Preparation of War Plans   October 1939
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Distribution of British Convoy Instructions   April 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Routing of NTS and Merchant Vessels in a National Emergency   January 1941
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Preparation of District Naval Intelligence War Plans, Sixth and Seventh Naval Districts   April 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Re-Classification of Correspondence   September 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Air Raid Precautions, Blackout Test   October 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Illumination Control in Passive Defense Against Air Raids   September-December 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Mobilization of Naval Communications   May 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Retaining Publications in Sixth Naval District for Commander's Visit   October 1939
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Operation of Coastal Frontier Forces   August 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Letter Concerning Publications   August 1940
19 14 A16-1 National Defense Preparation of War Plans, Continued   January 1940
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Aircraft Communications Plan   December 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Illumination Control in Passive Defense Against Air Raids   July 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Change in Boundary between Fifth and Sixth Naval District   August 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Special Report, Transfer of Home Ports to Fifth Naval District   September 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Blackout, Standing Operations Order No. 1   October 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Army Planes, Joint Army-Navy Exercises   November 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Security of Shore Establishments   November 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Passive Defense of Naval Shore Activities Against Incendiary Attack Handbook May-November 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Local District Defense   March 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Protection of Gunfire Harbor Defenses   December 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Bombproof Structures   December 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense War Warnings to US Merchant Ships   November 1941
20 1 A16-1 National Defense Operation of Degaussing Coils   September 1941
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Twelfth Naval District Procedure for Coordinating Advance Base Requirements   July 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Coordination of Harbor Defenses   July-October 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Combined Local Defense Forces Battle Plan   October 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Defense of Harbors Against Motor Torpedo Boats   February 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Armament Provided by Navy for Naval Short Establishments Manned by Army   May 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Blackouts   March-June 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Activities in the Sixth Naval District   March 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Observation for Security of the Coastline   June 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Materials at Advanced Base Depot   February 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Coast Guard Beach Patrols   June 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Prevention of Identification of Stations and Locations   February 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Installation of Temporary Harbor Defenses, Cape Fear River   July 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Combined Local Defense Forces Operation Plan   July 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Distribution of Information Copies   August 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Expedition of Transmission of Coastal Information   August 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Doctrine of Air Operations under Unity of Command for a State of Fleet Opposed Invasion   August 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Operation of Fleet Units at Shore Base   September-October 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Heavy Winter Clothing for Armed Guards   June 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Resilience of Shore Facilities Under Attack With photographs July 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Enemy Reports   March 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Mobilization of "X" Craft   January 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Camouflage of Radio Towers, Water Tanks, and Similar Structures   February 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Joint Army-Navy Standing Operating Procedure   October 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Mining of Navy Antiaircraft Armament by Army Personnel   November 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Request for New Section Base and Patrol Vessels   October 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Assistance to Army in Experimental Investigation   October 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Polaroid Dark Adaptation Goggles   November-December 1942
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Preparation of Estimates of Material for War Plans   May 1935
20 2 A16-1 National Defense Naval Coastal Lookout System   December 1942
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Assignment of US Coast Guard Sentries and Dogs   October 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Communications Facilities, Naval Radar Training School St. Simons Island, GA July 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Shore-Based Navy Guns   August 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Emergency of Fighter Aircraft   August 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Plain Color Obscurative Painting   August 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Joint Plans   September 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Revision of Officer Complements   September 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Camouflage Plans   June-December 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Boundary between Gulf and Caribbean Sea Frontiers, and Seventh and Tenth Districts   October 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Plan to Defend or Demolish Palm Valley and Green Cove Springs Bridges With Drawings November 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Revision of Category of Defense "A"   October 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Demolition Plans   November 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Anti-Motor Boat Boom, Charleston Harbor   December 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Condition of Readiness Watches in Ports   December 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Survey of Deteriorated Bleach   December 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Inshore Patrol, Consolidation of Navy and Coast Guard Activities   September 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Civil Air Patrol Coastal Patrol   June 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Relief of Army, Beach Patrol   January 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Standard Operating Procedure for Joint Operations and Intelligence Center   February 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Chemical Warfare Defense and Passive Defense Equipment St. Simons Island, GA March 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Chemical Defense Equipment   March 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Searchlight Installation, Harbor Defenses of Charleston   January 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Materials, Equipment, and Supplies in Overseas Theatres of Operations   October 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Joint Use of Surplus Construction Materials, Equipment, and Supplies   October-April 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Vapor Detector Kits and Decontaminating Apparatus   March 1943
20 3 A16-1 National Defense Off-Shore Danger Area   May 1943
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Public Proclamations and Prohibited Zones, Eastern Defense Command   May-August 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Reduction in Patrol Craft in Continental Naval Districts   August 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Change in US Coast Guard Operating Plan   August 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Reduction of Aerial Visibility of Naval Shore Activities   January-March 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Minutes of Joint Army and Navy Planning Committee   March 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Change in Joint Action of the Army and the Navy, 1935   March-April 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Abandonment of Coast Guard Police Program   February-April 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Proceedings of Joint Planning Committee   February-August 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Joint Air Support Plan, Eastern Defense Command   March 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Elimination of Coast Guard Patrol   March-July 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Closing of Harbor Entrance Control Posts   May-June 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Reduction and Elimination of Mounted Beach Patrol   March-July 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Release of Aircraft Warning and Control Facilities in First Air Force   July 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Plans for External Defense of Navy Installations   May 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Closing of US Naval Section Base, Savannah   May 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Termination of Joint Anti-Aircraft Artillery Agreements   June 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Revision of List of "Important Harbors"   July 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Discontinuance of Modified HECP and Transfer of Personnel, GA   July 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Closing of Southport, North Carolina, Section Base   July 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Request for Emergency Plan   March 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Modification and Revision of Category of Defense "A"   January-August 1944
20 4 A16-1 National Defense Reduction in Naval Beach Patrols   January 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Discontinuance of Wartime Naval Coastal Lookout System   August-September 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Revisied Definition of Category of Defense "A"   August-October 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Security Plan, Sixth Naval District   August-December 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Security Plan, Naval Ordnance Plant, Macon, GA   December 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Prohibited Zones   August-October 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Letter to All Senior Army Liaison Officers   August 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Proceedings of Joint Planning Committee   September 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Discontinuance of Port Security Activities   October 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Reduction in Coast Guard Craft   November 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Joint Army and Navy Planning Committee Meeting   December 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Joint Robot Defense Plan, First Air Force   December 1944
20 5 A16-1 National Defense Restricted Zone at St. Simons Island, GA   November 1944
20 6 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Action with regard to Enemy Prisoners   May 1942
20 6 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Operation of Harbor Entrance Control Post   December 1942
20 6 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Interviews of Prisoners of War   August 1942
20 7 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Security for POW Camps Adjacent to Naval Installations   August-September 1944
20 7 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Prisoners-of-War   June-July 1944
20 7 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Report on Escaped POW   July 1944
20 7 A16-2 Belligerents; Combatants; Policies of, in Conduct of War Employment of POW   August 1944
20 8 A16-3 Warfare Operations; Defensive; Offensive; Reports of; Problems; War Games Security of Public Utilities Serving Naval Shore Activities   June 1941
20 8 A16-3 Warfare Operations; Defensive; Offensive; Reports of; Problems; War Games Joint Aircraft-Submarine Training and Exercises for Offensive Action   October 1941
20 8 A16-3 Warfare Operations; Defensive; Offensive; Reports of; Problems; War Games Reports of Readiness for "Active Operations"   May 1941