S135: 8th Air Force Survey
Furnish Lieutenant General Spastz and Lieutenant General Doolittle with information on the will to fight and battle efficiency, and their relationship to one another and to various other factors.
Attitudes of officers and EM in 8th and 9th Air Force
300 Heavy Bomber Crews, 10 men each (4 officers, 6 enlisted men).
Twenty crews were selected from each of 15 Groups.
Hqs, ETO (CG USSTAF
AC of S, G-1, ETOUSA. Also by General Spaatz and General Doolittle
ES-28 Summary - Memo to CG USSTAF, subject Research Findings and Recommendations
ETO-19 Survey of Combat Crews in Heavy Bombardment Groups in ETO-Preliminary report
ETO-20 Difficulty of Missions - Supplement to “Survey of Heavy Bombardment Groups in ETO
ETO-21 What Combat Crews in Heavy Bombers Say About the Training They Received Before Starting Combat Flying
ETO-22 B-17 and B-24 Crews - A Comparison
ETO-23 Effects on Combat Personnel of Number and Frequency of Missions Flown
ETO-24 Attitudes of Heavy Bomber Crews Toward Combat Flying (Pts I & II)
ETO-25 Attitudes of Combat Crews Toward Their Flying Jobs, Promotions, and Assignment
ETO-26 Attitudes of Combat Crews Toward Rest, Time-off, and Base Facilities
ETO-27 Survey of Fighter Pilots in 8th Air Force: A Comparison With Heavy Bomber Pilots
ETO-28 Attitudes of Fighter Pilots Toward Combat Flying
ETO-29 Attitudes of Fighter Pilots Toward Assignment, Promotion, and Higher Headquarters
ETO-30 Survey of Fighter Pilots in 8th Air Force: Effects on Fighter Pilots of Number of Combat Hours Flown
ETO-31 Attitudes of Fighter Pilots Toward Their Pre-Combat Training
ETO-32 Attitudes of Fighter Pilots Toward Their Planes