US Overseas DC-4. 1947 there were hundreds of similar, small, independent airlines like Cox's USOA, mainly servicing remote areas that were considered unprofitable routes for the large scheduled airlines. By 1962 USOA was one of the largest, most reliable, safe and financially stable supplemental air carrier in the country, operating six DC6s and 12 DC4s.
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Attacks on The United States Overseas Airline

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Country Firm Contributes to Success of Point 4 Program in Middle East

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Declaration of Ralph Cox Jr.

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Letter from Ralph Cox

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Letter from Ralph Cox about the United States Overseas Airline

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Letter to Ralph Cox

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Letters to Ralph Cox Regarding Hearing

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Maintenance Facility Fees

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New Supplemental Group Under Fire

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Statement of Ralph Cox Jr

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The CABs Findings on the United States Overseas Airline

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The Great Ice Floe Gamble

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United States Overseas Airline Advertisement

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United States Overseas Airlines Images

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United States Overseas Airlines System Maps

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United States Overseas Airways Advertisement

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United States Overseas Airways Advertisement

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United States Overseas Airways Brochure

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United States Overseas Airways Information

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United States Overseas Airways Memorandum

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United States Overseas Airways Trip Schedule

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USOA Accused of "Traffic Pooling Agreement"

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USOA Pictures

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Wildwood- Home Base of a World Air Service

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