BIPLANES AT WAR: US Marine Corps Aviation in the Small Wars Era, 1915-1934
Beginning in Haiti in 1915 and following the U.S. Marine Corps aviation experiences in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic and China, this study chronicles how marines used aircraft to provide backup to ground troops in close contact with guerrilla combatants, evacuate the sick and injured, and transport people and cargo to assist humanitarian operations. 48 pages of photos.
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Item #: 2939274
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