WINGS AT SEA by Charles Coombs


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The workings of the Navy Air Corps, its function and growing importance, should be of interest to all young men who will, in the next few years, be subject to the draft. Vividly illustrated with ninety-six photographs, Charles Coombs takes his reader aboard various ships and air vessels, giving a detailed description of the meticulous skills involved in navy aircraft maneuvers. He also outlines the course of training required and the mechanical devices on which this branch of the service depends. Written in a clear journalistic style, Wings of Se gives a comprehensive picture of all phases of one of the most vital areas of American military undertaking.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1958
Publisher: William Morrow