Army Aviation

Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation Through World War I  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at Nov. 9, 2017
Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation Through World War I

Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation Through World War I
University of North Carolina Press | 2001 | ISBN: 0807826278 | English | 324 pages | PDF | 76 MB

History of Pakistan Army Aviation 1947-2007  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at Sept. 6, 2017
History of Pakistan Army Aviation 1947-2007

History of Pakistan Army Aviation 1947-2007
Army Aviation Directorate | 2008 | ISBN: 9699246005 | English | 613 pages | PDF (e-book)| 50 MB

Army Aviation - January 2017  Magazines

Posted by AvaxGenius at March 24, 2017
Army Aviation - January 2017

Army Aviation - January 2017
English | True PDF | 72 Pages | 15.22 MB

British Army Aviation in Action: Kosovo to Libya  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Sept. 3, 2015
British Army Aviation in Action: Kosovo to Libya

British Army Aviation in Action: Kosovo to Libya by Tim Ripley
English | 17 Nov. 2011 | ISBN: 1848846703 | 224 Pages | EPUB (True) | 43.81 MB

The British Army is the UK's second largest operator of military aircraft, fielding more than 300 armed helicopters, fixed wing surveillance aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles. Its aviation units have been in the forefront of UKcombat air operations in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan between 1999 and 2010.
Possums & Bird Dogs: Australian Army Aviation's 161 Reconnaissance Flight in South Vietnam by Peter Nolan

Possums & Bird Dogs: Australian Army Aviation's 161 Reconnaissance Flight in South Vietnam by Peter Nolan
English | Aug 1, 2006 | ISBN: 1741146356 | 264 Pages | PDF | 2.1 MB

Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Sept. 14, 2014
Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I (Repost)

Herbert A. Johnson, "Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I"
English | 2001 | ISBN: 0807826278 | PDF | pages: 317 | 10,2 mb

A History of Army Aviation 1950-1962  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at April 20, 2014
A History of Army Aviation 1950-1962

A History of Army Aviation 1950-1962
United States Army Training and Doctrine Command | 2011 | ISBN: 1780391315 | English | 320 pages | PDF | 18.4 MB

Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at April 27, 2011
Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I (Repost)

Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press | pages: 320 | 2000 | ISBN: 0807826278 | PDF | 10,2 mb

At the start of the twentieth century the United States led the world in advances in aviation, with the first successful engine-powered flights at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, and Dayton, Ohio, beginning in 1903. Fifteen years later, however, American airmen flew European-designed aircraft because American planes were woefully inadequate for service on the Western Front. Why was the United States so poorly prepared to engage in aerial combat in World War I?

Eyes of Artillery: The Origins of U.S. Army Aviation in World War II  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at April 12, 2011
Eyes of Artillery: The Origins of U.S. Army Aviation in World War II

Edgar F. Raines, Jr. - Eyes of Artillery: The Origins of U.S. Army Aviation in World War II
Center of Military History United States Army | 2000 | ISBN: N/A | English | 394 pages | PDF | 33.1 MB
The Politics of Air Power: From Confrontation to Cooperation in Army Aviation Civil-Military Relations.

Autor: Rondall R. Rice, "The Politics of Air Power: From Confrontation to Cooperation in Army Aviation Civil-Military Relations."
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press | ISBN: 0803239602 | 2004 edition | PDF | 384 Pages | 1,31 MB

The Politics of Air Power examines the turbulent development of relations between U.S. Army aviation leaders and civilian officials during the 1920s and 1930s. In the early 1920s Brigadier General William “Billy” Mitchell and a group of Army Air Service officers tried to force the creation of an independent air force against presidential wishes. They forged political alliances, used propaganda to arouse public sentiment, and circumvented their superiors to appeal directly to congressmen. Mitchell, a flamboyant, popular, and powerful personality, led these efforts and was ultimately court-martialed.