While searching online, I found the following order of battle of ground forces ( in the CBI Theater.) Most of dad's letters have the HQ HQ CT CC APO., which is listed below on *19 June 1944. Further down, it mentions MTF. Not being too good at military lingo, does this mean they combined or something else? Thanks! NORTHERN COMBAT AREA COMMAND (NCAC) Effective 1 February 1944 NCAC was organized with headquarters at Mile 5.5 on the Ledo Road. The Commanding General, NCAC, was responsible for the supervision and direction of all special and service units (Anglo-American) placed in the NCAC, with the exception of SOS units specifically engaged in road construction and the necessary auxiliary and service units. The command of all combat troops in NCAC remained with the Commanding General, CAI. 4 Oct 43 5303d Hq and Hq Co (Prov) Combat troops organized. 29 Jan 44 5303d Hq and Hq Co (Prov) Combat Troops redesignated 5303d Hq and Hq Co (Prov) Area Command. 8 May 44 5307th Comp Unit (Prov) assigned NCAC (See Record of Events for 5307th Comp Unit (Prov).) 16 Jun 44 NCAC passed to operational (assumed) control of SEAC. (Date of release unknown.) 19 Jun 44 Hq and Hq Co NCAC (CT&CC) activated.(* MY DAD*) Personnel allotment for NCAC was granted in order to provide American personnel for Hq and Hq Co NCAC and to provide all liaison personnel with units assigned to Chih Hui Pu (CAI), all American personnel with units assigned to Seagrave Hospital Unit and 1st Tank Group, and American personnel for such other activities as required them. 5303d Hq and Hq Co (Prov) Combat Troops disbanded. 17 Jul 44 CG USAF CBI assumed direct control of NCAC. All Allied units (except Chinese) attached for operational control to NCAC. 26 Jul 44 5332d Brigade (Provisional), known as MARS Task Force, activated 26 Jul 44 and assigned NCAC. Mission of 5332d Brigade (Provisional) was to command long-range penetration units. 5332d Brigade (Provisional) participated in second battle for Burma. 10 Aug 44 475th Infantry activated Ledo and assigned NCAC. 24 Oct 44 NCAC assigned to IBT. CG USAF IBT assumed command of NCAC. 12 Nov 44 NCAC came under operational control of ALFSEA. 10 Jan 45 NCAC Field Replacement Depot established Ledo and assigned NCAC; discontinued 12 Apr 45. CG IBT announced opening of Ledo Road.