Wilmington Marine Terminal's vehicles during the Victory Parade, November 5, 1945. The sign on the first vehicle reads " Wilmington Marine Terminal, a vital link in the transportation chain to victory."
Terminal cranes unloading Liberty ships loaded with iron ore from North Africa. The open storage area in the foreground had recently been cindered and is now suitable for open storage purposes. Fall of 1944.
Aerial Port, Air Force, Airlift, Mobility, Operations, Safety
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the perceived safety culture within a United States Air Force (USAF) large terminal strategic Aerial Port Squadron (APS) during a time period of cargo and passenger movement throughput reductions to...