Transocean Air Lines 1946 - 1960
Flying "Anything, Anywhere, Anytime"
We fly anything, anywhere, anytime." This was the motto of the charismatic Nelson and the men
and women who flew to the ends of the earth in the service of Transocean. Their expertise in
the mass movement of people, freight, and live cargo was developed by creative planning and
by trial and error. But it was the successful completion of the first contracts that established the
airline's reputation as "can do" people.
Transporting anything and everything was simply a matter of getting it through the
door of the airplane.*
MAGAZINES FOR OVERSEAS was one of TAL-AEMCO's joint projects.
Magazines were collected from employees and then shipped to overseas
stations for distribution from there to the native peoples. "T for Truth with
Magazines" was the slogan of the drive, planned to spread the truth about
America to combat the inroads of Communistic propaganda.