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Aviation in the U.S. Army, 1919-1939

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Historians generally agree that the birth of American air power occurred in the two decades between the world wars, when airmen in the U. S. Army and Navy forged the aircraft, the organization, the cadre of leadership, and the doctrines that formed a foundation for the country to win the air war in World War II. Nearly every scholarly study of this era focuses on these ...more
Paperback, 684 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by University Press of the Pacific (first published 1987)
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Alexander Mezentsev
Jul 27, 2013 Alexander Mezentsev rated it it was amazing
Maurer Maurer wrote a mighty fine book on origins and development of US Army Aviation during an uneasy period of roaring Twentieth and balancing on the edge of imminent war, Thirties.
From this study you might learn what an Air Service was like and how it became possible to turn into one of the biggest and technologically advanced Air Forces of the world.
Book captures a dozens of personalities which could be familiar to you if you are studying the period of US Armed Forces transformations during
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