U. S. AIR POWER by Samuel Taylor Moore

U. S. AIR POWER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The development of America's military airpower is traced from the careening observation balloons of the Civil War to the present-day supersonic vehicles and unmanned missiles. There is an assessment of strength and weakness on mental and material levels, then and now; a recital of the varieties of catastrophic error which have, from World War I through Pearl Harbor, Korea and the current Russian menace, dogged the history of serial preparedness.

Pub Date: March 12th, 1958
Publisher: Greenberg