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Carrier Air Group Commanders Book

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$45.00

The men and their machines, the study of the U.S. Navy’s air group and air wing commanders is a study of carrier aviation itself.

The men and their machines, the study of the U.S. Navy’s air group and air wing commanders is a study of carrier aviation itself. This detailed Book presents a history of the establishment of the carrier air group commander billet and the attendant formal air groups. Divided into four sections; section one “A Historical Overview,” reviews naval aviation from 1898 to 1922. Section two: “Evolving System,” discusses the genesis and evolution of the air group/wing commander billet, as well as the development of the organizations they commanded. Section 3: “The Men,” profiles more than forty of the Navy’s more notable CAGs by use of their personal reminiscences and anecdotes. The final section “The Machines,” contains a chronological selection of photographs and some profile drawings of the aircraft flown by wing commanders from 1931 to present. Hardbound and approx. 215 pages.
The men and their machines, the study of the U.S. Navy’s air group and air wing commanders is a study of carrier aviation itself. This detailed Book presents a history of the establishment of the carrier air group commander billet and the attendant formal air groups. Divided into four sections; section one “A Historical Overview,” reviews naval aviation from 1898 to 1922. Section two: “Evolving System,” discusses the genesis and evolution of the air group/wing commander billet, as well as the development of the organizations they commanded. Section 3: “The Men,” profiles more than forty of the Navy’s more notable CAGs by use of their personal reminiscences and anecdotes. The final section “The Machines,” contains a chronological selection of photographs and some profile drawings of the aircraft flown by wing commanders from 1931 to present. Hardbound and approx. 215 pages.

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