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Army-Navy Freight Distributing Agency

Effective 23 March 1944, the Army-Navy Freight Distributing Agency was established at Oakland. Calif. as a Class IV installation under the control of the Chief of Transportation in accordance with paragraph 6a(4), AR 170-10. The Agency was a part of the District Transportation Office, U. S. Army, San Francisco and under the jurisdiction of the Zone Transportation Officer, Ninth Zone, Salt Lake City, UT

Army-Navy Freight Distributing Agency. Oakland was redesignated as a separate Class IV installation, was removed from such classification and operated as a subordinate installation of the Ninth Zone Transportation Officer, Salt Lake City, UT per War Department Circular No. 320 dated 2 August 1944.

Army-Navy Freight Distributing Agency. Oakland, was located at 211 Wood St., Oakland - War Department Bulletin No. 42, dated 20 August 1945.

Effective 1 May 1946, transportation zones (including transportation districts) and service commands were consolidated - per Army Service Forces Circular No. 97, dated 13 April 1946.
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