Air Superiority in World War II and Korea by Richard H. Kohn, Joseph P. Harahan

By Richard H. Kohn, Joseph P. Harahan

Air Superiority in global struggle II and Korea КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: place of work of Air strength HistoryАвтор(ы): Richard H KohnЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1983Количество страниц: 126ISBN: 0-912799-00-5Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 12.2 mb RapidIfolder fifty one

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I think about then they started thinking a little bit more about keeping the air clear of enemy airplanes. However, they didn’t think in terms of bombing airfields too much, as I remember it. Is that right, Pete? Quesada: You are absolutely right. It was almost an unheard of concept in that time period. Lee: A little later than the period you are talking about-Spike was mentioning that air superiority developed during World War 11. I think the implementation took place then; however, I happened to be on a committee “Approximately three hundred airplanes participated in the three-week exercise held at March Field, California, from May 8 to 29,1933.

Gen. Oscar Westover and tested concepts of bombing, pursuit, reconnaissance, and close air support. Eight years later the Army staged massive maneuvers in Texas and Louisiana in August and September 1941, These maneuvers involved more than four hundred thousand troops, armored tanks, paratroopers, and more than a thousand aircraft, and were important for the testing of training concepts and combat doctrine and for the selection and promotion of Army commanders. See Forrest C. Pogue, George C. Marshall: Ordeal and Hope, 1939-1942 (New York, 1966), pp 162-65.

Attack aviation was primarily the force that was going to go down and do the support of the ground forces and do this other type of mission. Finally, you had the observation, and the observation was primarily tailored to the ground forces. Lee: The airplane was built more or less to specification for the mission-the mission oriented for taking pictures for the ground forces and spotting artillery. Momyer: I think then on the edge of World War 11, we were really specialized to those functions. Kohn: Not multipurpose aircraft?

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