Pacific Corporation

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The Pacific Corporation (originally Airdale Corporation), was a holding company that the Central Intelligence Agency used to control several aviation front companies.

Former US Army pilot George A. Doole Jr. created Pacific as a Delaware corporation in 1950. He concealed the agency's involvement by shuffling aircraft continuously among various shell corporations and altering aircraft registration numbers, a tactic the agency apparently still uses (see N44982). The corporation dissolved in 1979 after selling its assets.

Pacific's affiliates included: