The chain of command would look like this:
302nd Depot Repair Squaron
20th, 36th or 90th Air Depot Group, or straight to I ASAC, depending on assignment
I Air Service Area Command - unknown commander
Army Air Forces Service Command, Mediterranean Theater of Operations - Brig. Gen. Harold A. Bartron Jan 44 to Aug 44, unknown after Aug 44.
Army Air Forces, Mediterranean Theater of Operations - Lt. Gen. Ira C. Eaker, from Jan 44 on.
Mediterranean Theater of Operations, U. S. Army - Lt. Gen. Jacob L Devers, Jan. to Oct 44, Lt. Gen.-Gen. Joseph T. McNarney from Oct 44 on.
Eisenhower had been Commander of MTOUSA prior to Jan 44, but became Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force and Commander of European Theater of Operations in Jan 44. He did not command units in the MTO after that date.
Interesting note on your father's CO. They called him "Bugs" because he drew cartoons for Disney. The Disney company did not draw Bugs Bunny, that was done by Warner Brothers.
If you go to the link provided by John McCormack, you will see various microfilm that you can purchase from Maxwell AFB at 30 dollars a reel. The information may also be obtained from Maxwell in digital format (CD) at same price. Even though there are several listings on that site, there is only one reel or CD involved.
Here is that link again:http://www.airforcehistoryindex.org/search.php?q=SQUADRON%2F0302%2FDEPOT+REPAIR%09%09
post edited by mbee53 - 2014/11/05 21:23:00