Development of Maritime Patrol Aviation in the Interwar Period, 1918-1941 - Covering World War I, Rigid Airships, Flying Boat, Bureau of Aeronautics BuAer and OpNav, London Naval Conference

The contributions of patrol aviation during World War II as the long-range patrol and reconnaissance arm of the U.S. Navy are well documented, but the development of its origins remain historically under-examined. The goal of this study is to perform an historical investigation of the influential forces that shaped the development of patrol aviation. More

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