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;Naval Aviation in international struggle I КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Naval Aviation in international struggle IАвтор: Adrian O. Van WyenИздательство: US NavyГод: 1969Страниц: 91Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 7.83МБЯзык: английскийWhen the decision to conflict sounded in April 1917, the USA military air arm might muster at its one air station in simple terms forty eight officials and 239 enlisted males with a few event in aviation, and fifty four airplane none of which was once healthy for patrol provider. the issues of establishing this small strength to a potent scuffling with unit have been huge, immense. but, the Armistice used to be signed 19 months later, there have been forty three air stations in operation at domestic and overseas, an airplane manufacturing unit in construction, and various faculties, meeting crops, fix depots and different amenities offering the wanted logistic help. Aviation team of workers numbered over 39000, a determine approximately equivalent to the full within the complete military in the beginning of the struggle. Little has been released at the nature and quantity of Naval air operations within the first global struggle until eventually, in April 1967, Naval Aviation information started a sequence of per month articles below the overall identify, "Naval Aviation in global warfare I." utilizing chronologies of vital occasions and narrative debts of particular levels of the struggle, this sequence informed the tale of the way Naval Aviation met the problem. The sequence was once conceived via and accomplished lower than the course of the Assistant for Aviation background, Mr. A. O. Van Wyen, who additionally wrote some of the articles and organized for the writing of others. whereas no longer a definitive historical past, it's the first released be aware to deal particularly with the accomplishments of Naval Aviation within the first global warfare. in response to legit resources in addition to the memories of contributors, it's authoritatively offered via an engaging blend of legitimate and private money owed. it's also the heritage of a starting made less than pressure of battle- a starting during which the lads of Naval Aviation confirmed the potential for aviation as an arm of sea strength and set the direction for its destiny development. The luck with which they conducted their activity is in huge degree liable for the location of aviation on the leading edge of Naval energy today.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero

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Was named), was forwarded July 10 to SecNav, bearing Chief Constructor Taylor’s endorsement—and recommendation. On July 27, Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels, acting upon the recommendation, approved the project, estimating the cost at $1,000,000. The Philadelphia Navy Yard was selected for the new venture since ample land was available there and the location was advantageous in terms of labor, material and transportation. Furthermore, the Delaware River offered a natural facility for testing seaplanes.

Edward H. McKitterick, and a group of 50 men comprising the first class (see NANEws, August 1967, pages 24-27). In this and in supplementary programs later established at the University of Washington in Seattle and at Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis, large numbers of prospective aviators and ground officers were indoctrinated into the service and introduced to the fundamentals of aviation. 24—A large obstacle to the effective expansion of aircraft production was removed by the formation of the Manufacturers Aircraft Association to handle the business of cross-licensing patents between all aircraft manufacturers in the United States.

Capehart was a godsend. He treated the enthusiastic sophomores with amused tolerance, never losing sight of their dedication and potential. He displayed practical common sense in persuading Curtiss to admit the unit members as temporary factory hands. This enabled them to learn the essentials of aeroplane construction. This apprenticeship, combined with periods at the factory at Hammondsport, N. , where the OX and OXX motors were manufactured, constituted their grounding in technical fundamentals.

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