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Ch. VII. 66 68 SOS in IBT, pp. 287-90, 272, 285. under India Command. -built airfields in Assam. Supplies from the United States were distributed to the several parts of the theater through the general depots. High priority items, flown from the United States and landed at Karachi, were an ATC responsibility and were airlifted by that agency direct to the general depot to which the item was consigned. For water-borne supplies, the Calcutta Base General Depot acted as a clearing point. Some supplies went from Calcutta to another general depot at New Delhi, but most went to the Intermediate General Depot at Chabua, Assam.
Eastern Air Command was commanded by Maj. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer of the AAF. So, even as Wedemeyer had two superiors, the Joint Chiefs and the Generalissimo, Sultan had two, the Joint Chiefs and the Supreme Allied Commander, SEAC, Admiral Mountbatten. As a chief of staff to the Generalissimo, Wedemeyer had a more elevated position in the hierarchy of China Theater than did Sultan in Southeast Asia Command, for between Mountbatten and Sultan 50 lay still another echelon of command, Allied Land Forces, Southeast Asia.
Out went the antiquated steam gantry cranes, and in came new electric models from the United States. A new railroad yard was built to handle more cars. Floodlights were erected and operations went on a twenty-four-hour basis. Other transshipment points were similarly treated, and such modern techniques promptly brought results; by November 1944, rail-to-river traffic at one point had increased 224 percent over February, and at a river-to-rail point traffic was up 204 percent for the same period.