Series A: Early History and General Organization of the AEF Air Service
1: Report on the organization of the AEF Air Service; History of the early activities of the AEF Air Service; Air Service lessons learned during the present war, by Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois, Jan. 29, 1919; Histories of Air Service headquarters at Paris, Chaumont, Tours, and Beaumont Barracks.
2: Histories of the Boiling mechanics, the Joint Army-Navy Aircraft Board,
and the Interallied Aviation Committee; Reports on the establishment of Air Service headquarters overseas.
3: Report of the Air Service to July 31, 1918; Statistical information on AEF Air Service organization.
4: Weekly progress reports on Air Service activities, June 30-Oct. 30, 1918; Information on accidents, casualties, supplies received, squadron locations and strength, operations, and fatalities per flying hour.
5: Weekly progress reports on Air Service activities, Nov. 6 and 11, 1918.
6: Weekly progress reports on Air Service activities, Dec. 11 and 25, 1918, and Jan. 8, 1919.
7: Histories of various AEF Air Service organization projects.
8: History of the Air Service Advance Section in the Zone of Advance.
9: Office memorandums of the Office of the Chief of the AEF Air Service, Sept. 1917-Jan. 1919.
10: General orders and bulletins of GHQ, Line of Communications, Service of the Rear, and SOS, 1917-19.
11: History of the Coordination Staff and the Executive Section, AEF Air Service.
12: Tables of organization for units of the AEF Air Service.
13: AEF Air Service Station Lists 1-50, Feb. 1918-Jan. 1919.
14: Suggested changes in Air Service tables of organization.
15: Reports by Air Service officers on lessons learned during the war.
16: Short histories of Air Service technical and administrative organizations.
17: Cablegrams exchanged between GHQ and SOS, AEF, and the War Department relating to airplanes and engines.
18: Cablegram exchanges between GHQ and SOS, AEF, and the War Department relating to equipment and personnel.
19: Monthly and weekly reports of the Director of Military Aeronautics in Washington, D.C., to the Chief of the AEF Air Service, Apr.-Nov. 1918.
(The cables described in the following three volumes were exchanged with the War Department in Washington and relate to aeronautical topics.)
20: Cablegrams sent by the SOS (S series); Cablegrams received by the SOS (X series); Courier cablegrams sent by the SOS (CS series); Courier cablegrams received by the SOS (CX series).
21: Cablegrams sent by Colonel Boiling (E series); Cablegrams sent by GHQ, AEF (P series); Courier cablegrams sent by GHQ, AEF (CP series).
22: Cablegrams received by GHQ, AEF (A series); Courier cablegrams received by GHQ, AEF (CA series).
23: Air Service organization tables and correspondence and reports on organization tables.
24-26: Organization charts, tables of organization, maps, flow charts, and descriptions of functions of various Air Service offices, programs, and organizations.
27: Notes on proposed changes in Air Service tables of organization.
28: Recording and accounting for the Air Service property developments in the AEF.
29: Final report of the Chief of the Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces, Maj. Gen. Mason Patrick, sometime in early 1919.
Series B: Air Service Activities With the French, British, and Italians
1: History of the Air Service in Italy and of American pilots on the Italian front.
2: History of the Air Service in Great Britain.
3: History of the American Aviation Office in London: Technical data, specifications, and photographs of airplanes, engines, and instruments.
4: History of the Air Service Flying Training Department in England.
5: History of the training of American Air Service mechanics in England.
6: History of the Night Bombardment Section in France; History of the Handley-Page program; History of the Strategical Section, AEF Air Service.
7: Statistical analysis of aerial bombardment prepared by the Statistical Branch of the War Department General Staff.
8: Schedule of spare parts for Handley-Page bombing machine, prepared by the British Air Ministry.
9: Development of the Handley-Page program in England.
10: Plans and specifications for the construction of Royal Flying Corps facilities.