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Flexibility of air power
21
World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations, Strategy)
Air tactics in France
24
World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations, Campaigns and battles, France)
Rescue by radio
26
Air navigation (Aids and devices), Radio direction finders, FEDERAL communications commissionRadio intelligence division, Rescue work
Flying the Airacomet
29
Airplanes, Military, Jet propulsion
Make flying easier
30
Airplanes (Design)
Stanton resignation
50
Charles Ingram STANTON, United States Civil Aeronautics Administration
Stanton's successor
50
Theodore Paul WRIGHT
Engines for private planes
51
Airplane engines, Airplanes (Private ownership)
Airline jobs, post-war
53
Airlines (Employees), Veterans (Employment)
Seamen in Spits
54
United States Naval Air Force, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations, Campaigns and battles, Western)

Our captured airmen
32
Air pilots, World War, 1939-1945 (Prisoners and prisons)
Planes vs. battleships
43
Aviation, Military, Warships
First robot bomber
44
Robert MODISETTE, Aviation (History), Aerial bombing
Air traffic control limitations
46
Air traffic control
Gray-haired ensign
49
Aubrey Wray FITCH, United States Naval Air Force, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations, Campaigns and battles, Pacific)
Toward simpler air rules
55
Aviation (Laws and regulations)
How to bail out of the Marauder
58
Parachuting
I learned about flying from that!
74
Airplanes (Take-off)
Technician tags
84
UNITED STATESAir force, Army/Insignia

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