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Auchinleck’s headquarters was separate; Montgomery moved back with the RAF. (Cf. Francis de Guingand, Operation Victory, p. ) 28 CRISIS I N T H E M I D D L E EAST escorting of the bombers to hammer the enemy airdromes. T o construct its airdromes t I I Group controlled a detachment of Royal Engineers; to protect the fields, it provided armored-car squadrons and an antiaircraft brigade. Its fighter types consisted of the obsolescent Hurricane, American-made Tomahawks and Kittyhawks (P-4oD’s and E’s), and Spitfires, the last considered the best answer to the Me-109, although the Kittyhawk could handle it under I 2,000 feet.
Crew. +’~ Developments since Pearl Harbor had furnished fresh evidence of the importance of air power in the Middle East. In Libya, where the Axis armies were almost totally dependent on sea transportation for their sustenance, secure sea communications were a primary requisite for success. The ably led British Mediterranean Fleet had almost cut off Graziani’s supplies at one point in 1940, but of late its surface operations had been greatly circumscribed by the Luftwaffe. However, British submarine and air forces working from Malta and Egypt had been able to redress the balance, so much so that when Rommel began his comeback from El Agheila in January 1942 he started with three days’ rations and subsisted mainly on British stores in his drive to the Egyptian frontier.
A variation of this eastern route involved a passage through the Corinth Canal and a stopover at Crete. '9 THE A R M Y AIR FORCES IN WORLD WAR I1 Convoys plying these lanes were given aerial as well as naval protection. On the southward runs from Greece and Crete the Germans provided day-fighter escort, Me-109’s or I 10’s from both Libya and Crete, the Me- I 10’s carrying antisubmarine bombs and depth charges which they jettisoned on approach of hostile aircraft. During the summer of 1942, the enemy introduced a new feature to ease his maintenance problem at Alamein-tank landing craft (F-boats) which sailed in convoy from Tobruk to Matruh.