Winged Defense: The Development and Possibilities of Modern Air Power--Economic and Military

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The U.S. air services commander in World War I, Mitchell was a feisty champion for air supremacy whose outspoken manner led to his court-martial. This illustrated 1925 treatise employs Congressional records, articles, and personal experience to articulate a controversial vision of air power that was ultimately vindicated.

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