|| Plan for recapture of Burma.
|| U. S.-British conference in Washington, December
|| Plan for capture of Dakar (formerly BLACK and
|| Plan for American air support of USSR In event of
Japanese attack on Soviet Union. Also code name for U. S.
survey project of air facilities in Siberia.
|| Christmas Island.
|| Plan for seizure of Dakar (later PICADOR and
|| Build-up of U. S. forces and supplies in United
Kingdom for cross-Channel attack.
|| Plan for capture of Sardinia.
|| Fiji Islands.
|| Plan for capture and occupation of the Azores.
|| Early plan for invasion of North Africa, referring
to either the American idea of landing at Casablanca or the
British plan for landing farther eastward on the
Mediterranean coast. (See SUPER-GYMNAST.)
|| Halverson Project -bombing detachment for China-
|| Canton Island.
|| Plan for movement of troops to Iceland.
|| Plan for operations in northern Norway.
|| British offensive operations in Libyan Desert,
launched front El Alamein in October 1942.
|| Movement of first U. S. forces to Northern Ireland.
|| Party sent to London to present Marshall Memorandum,
|| Northern Ireland.
|| Prewar plan of operations in event of war with
|| Plan for invasion of northwest Europe in 1944.
|| Plan for Seizure of Dakar (formerly BLACK, later
|| Project for training U. S. and Canadian volunteers
for snow operations in northern Norway.
|| Various plans prepared between 1939 and 1941 to meet
Axis aggression involving more than one enemy.
|| Plan for major U. S.-British attack across the
Channel in 1943.
|| Plan for limited cross-Channel attack in 1942.
|| New Zealand.
|| Plan for Anglo-American invasion of French North
Africa, combining U. S. and British plans and often used
interchangeably with GYMNAST.
|| Casablanca Conference. 14-23 January 1943.
|| Allied invasion of North and Northwest Africa,
|| Noumea, New Caledonia.