THE NAVY HAS WINGS by Fletcher Pratt

THE NAVY HAS WINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Well paced, well presented survey of the current status of Naval Aviation, training operations and aircraft, which holds appeal for men and particularly for boys interested in that branch of the service. What is the procedure for getting into that branch of the service, qualifications and aptitudes, preflight training, ground and air schooling, the typical naval base, factory, etc. Secondly, the different types of planes, blimps, PB's, carriers, with a concluding chapter on the changes air power has brought to sea power and their interdependence. Reliable resume, ably done.

Pub Date: March 3rd, 1943
Publisher: Harper