A Preliminary to War: The 1st Aero Squadron and the Mexican Punitive Expedition of 1916

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Page 55 - Quoted in Forrest C. Pogue, George C. Marshall: Education of a General (New York: The Viking Press, 1963), p.
Page 55 - Juliette A. Hennessy, The United States Army Air Arm, April 1861 to April 1917,
Page 54 - Report of Operations of the First Aero Squadron, Signal Corps, with Punitive Expedition, USA, for Period March 15 to August 15,1916,
Page 51 - congressman that aviation was no longer experimental or freakish. There is no doubt in my mind that the support later given to the Air Service by both General Pershing and Secretary Baker had its roots in the performance and determination of my splendid crew.,
Page 17 - that there were no Mexican rebels within a day's march of the head or flanks of his infantry and cavalry columns.
Page 55 - Hennessy, The United States Army Air Arm, April 1861 to April 1917,
Page 11 - rough so that machines can start and land. You are equipped with service machines and none others will be furnished. If you cannot meet the incidents of active service you will be superseded.
Page 42 - at least ten of the highest powered, highest climbing and best weight carrying aeroplanes that can be secured and purchased in the United States,
Page 8 - But we were to find that an airplane that looks like an airplane may be something less.
Page 54 - Robert S. Thomas and Inez V. Allen, The Mexican Punitive Expedition Under Brigadier

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