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A History of Army Aviation: From Its Beginnings to the War on Terror - Williams, James W. - Historian U.S. Army Aviation Center
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University of Nevada Press, Reno: 2011. Softcover. Brand new book. Lake Tahoe is one of the scenic wonders of the American West, a sapphire jewel that attracts millions of visitors each year. But the lake drew Native Americans to its summer shores for millennia, as well as more recent fortune hunters, scientists, and others. A Short History of Lake Tahoe recounts the long, fascinating history of Lake Tahoe. Author Michael J. Makley examines the geology and natural history of the lake and introduces the people who shaped its history, including the Washoe Indians and such colorful characters as Mark Twain and legendary teamster Hank Monk, and later figures like entertainer Frank Sinatra and Olympic skier Julia Mancuso. He also covers the development of the lake's surrounding valley, including the impacts of mining, logging, and tourism, and the economic, political, and social controversies regarding the use and misuse of the lake's resources. Generously illustrated with historic photographs, this book is an engaging introduction to one of the most magnificent sites in the world. It also illuminates the challenges of protecting natural beauty and a fragile environment while preserving public access and a viable economy in the surrounding communities. Michael J. Makley is the author of seven books on western history, and his biography William Sharon: The Infamous King of the Comstock won Foreword Magazine's 2008 Silver Award for Biography. His other publications include Saving Lake Tahoe: An Environmental History of a National Treasure and Cave Rock: Climbers, Courts, and a Washoe Indian Sacred Place. Makley divides his time between the eastern Sierra Nevada and Denver, Colorado. "Mike Makley proves it is possible to present history in a way that's interesting, concise, and readable. He is a thorough researcher who clearly knows his stuff when it comes to Lake Tahoe and writes about it with a strong, clear voice. This book belongs on the shelf of anyone who has ever visited, lived at, or read about Lake TahoeÑand wanted to know more about its history and development." - Richard Moreno, author of A Short History of Carson City "I am spellbound by the indigenous people, lumberjacks, rusticators, bureaucrats, and conservationists all colliding at the intersection of Mike Makley's story of Lake Tahoe." -Bill Watson, manager and curator of the Thunderbird Lodge Preservation Society "Makley's erudite, eminently readable brief history of Lake Tahoe is a polished gem. Beginning with the region's significance to the Washoe Indians and covering succeeding gold, logging, and tourism booms, it delves into how Tahoe was named, developed, and exploited. Makley gives equal time to environmentalists and the delicate dancing of California and Nevada politicians. It's not all backroom deals and lawsuits, however. Makley shares plenty of gossipy stories, including Mark Twain's 1861 visit (covered in Twain's own Roughing It), John Steinbeck's hilarious failed stint as a caretaker, and Frank Sinatra's run-ins with the Nevada Gaming Board. He profiles more than one eccentric and numerous sports heroes, including recent Olympic downhill star Julia Mancuso. Everything, from the stately boats that plied the lake to the Washoes' court battle against rock climbers on a sacred site, contributes to giving readers a revealing survey of Tahoe's past. Illustrated with historic photos, Makley's work could serve as a blueprint for writing relevant and engaging regional history." -Booklist "A Short History of Lake Tahoe is a rich, involved tapestry populated by colorful characters, and highly recommended especially for armchair travelers." -Midwest Book Review "Michael J. Makley...offers a succinct, readable account of the sapphire-jewel lake and its surrounding localities." -California History, University of Nevada Press, Reno: 2011, x, 597 pages. "This classic, epic novel by the acclaimed novelist Caldwell, is a fascinating, moving and spiritual story about St. Paul, and the life and times of the Jews, Romans and early Christians during the time of Jesus and shortly thereafter. It is a rich and textured work that combines Caldwell's wonderful literary skills with a profound spiritual depth that reveals the amazing story of Paul, the persecutor turned Apostle, and the powerful impact he had on his times and long after." ABOUT THE AUTHOR: "Janet Miriam Holland Taylor Caldwell (September 7, 1900 - August 30, 1985) was an Anglo-American novelist and prolific author of popular fiction, also known by the pen names Marcus Holland and Max Reiner, and by her married name of J. Miriam Reback. She used often in her works real historical events or persons. Taylor Caldwell's best-known works include Dynasty of Death (1938), an epic story about intrigues and alliances of two Pennsylvania families involved in the manufacture of armaments. Her last major novel, Answer as a Man, appeared in 1980, and told a story of a man who begins his rise to prestige and power in the midst of the Great Depression. "You hard man," said Mr. Maggiotti. "Learned it the hard way," Bernard would reply. "Men are bastards." "God loves all men, Bernie." "More fool he," said Bernie. (from Answer as a Man) Taylor Caldwell was born in Manchester, England, into a family of Scottish background. Her family descended from the Scottish clan of MacGregor of which the Taylors are a subsidiary clan. In 1907 she emigrated to the United States with her family. At the age of eight she started to write stories, and in fact wrote her first novel, The Romance of Atlantis, at the age of twelve¹ (although it was to remain unpublished until 1975). In 1919 she married William F. Combs and divorced in 1931. Between the years 1918 and 1919 she served in the United States Navy Reserve. From 1923 to 1924 she was a court reporter in New York State Department of Labor in Buffalo, New York and from 1924 to 1931 a member of the Board of Special Inquiry at the Department of Justice in Buffalo. In 1931 she graduated from the University at Buffalo. In collaboration with her second husband, Marcus Reback, she wrote several bestsellers, the first of which was Dynasty of Death. Caldwell had started to write the story in 1934. It begins from the year 1837 and focuses on the entangled relationships of two families, who control a huge munitions trust. Joseph Barbour is a servant, who becomes a successful businessman and arms manufacturer. His son Martin is not interested in money, he is an idealist and altruist. Ernest, the elder son, is an egoist and believes that money is the greatest power in the world. Ernest loves Amy Drumhill, the niece of Gregory Sessions, owner of a steel factory. However, she marries Martin, who establishes a hospital, and dies in the American Civil War. Ernest's hardness ruins Joseph, and he is cursed by his mother. Dynasty of Death attracted wide attention when it was revealed that behind the male pseudonym was a woman. The story was continued in The Eagles Gather (1940) and The Final Hour (1944). As a writer Caldwell was praised for her intricately plotted and suspenseful stories, which depicted family tensions and the development of the U.S. from an agrarian society into the leading industrial state of the world. Caldwell's heroes are self-made men of pronounced ethnic background, such as the German immigrants in The Strong City (1942) and The Balance Wheel (1951). Her themes are ethnic, religious and personal intolerance (The Wide House, 1945), the failure of parental discipline (Let Love Come Last, 1949) and the conflict between the desire for power and money and the human values of love and sense of family, presented in such works as Melissa (1948), A Prologue to Love (1962) and Bright Flows the River (1978). In her later works Caldwell explored the American Dream and wrote stories "from rag to riches" course of life, among them Answer as a Man (1981). Caldwell's historical novels include The Arm and the Darkness, a fictionalized account of Cardinal Richelieu, A Pillar of Iron (1965), a fictional biography of Cicero, the Roman senator and orator, The Earth is the Lord's (1941), a fictional biography of Ghengis Khan. Religious themes were prominent in several works. Answer as a Man begins with the clamour of the bells of a little church and ends with renewed faith. "Jason raised his eyes and smiled. God is good. He moves mysteriously, as the priests say, but he has his ways, he has his ways! He is not the adversory of man. Man is, Jason thought. God is not to be understood by man. He is just to be trusted." (from Answer as a Man). In the story Jason Garrity pins his hopes on the building of a luxury hotel, but Caldwell deals also with politics and history ("Hell! thought Jason. What can I, as a single individual, do to prevent calamity? Nothing. Taft is the safest man. He is not an imperialist, like Roosevelt. Nor a social fanatic like Wilson. I'll vote for Taft."). Dear and Glorious Physician (1959) was about Luke the Evangelist, and Dialogues with the Devil (1967) was a study of good and evil. Caldwell depicts in it a correspondence between Lucifer and Michael, mixing in the dialogue old tales, a lost continent, and theological speculations. '"Childish raptures! said Lucifer, with scorn, his eyes flashing like lightning. "Are we indeed whimpering and craven children, or slaves? Can we be content with toys and little deliciousnesses? Are we not mind, as well as emotion? And is not the mind, of both angel and man, the noblest of possessions, and worth exercising. It is in our minds that we approach the closest of Him, Who is all Mind. Mind is the creator of all philosophy, all order, all beauty, all satisfaction, but emotion is the lowliest of the virtues, if it is a virtue at all. Mind has in it the capacity to know all things, or, at least, the minds of angels."' (from Dialogues with the Devil) During her career as a writer Caldwell's books sold over thirty million copies. She received several awards, among them the National League of American Pen Woman gold medal (1948), Buffalo Evening News Award (1949), and Grand Prix Chatvain (1950). Caldwell was married four times altogether -- the third time to William Everett Stancell, and the fourth and final time to William Robert Prestie, who was a follower of Subud (he died in 2002). She had two daughters, Judith and Mary (Judith died in 1979). She was an outspoken conservative and for a time associated with the anti-Semitic Liberty Lobby. Her memoir, On Growing Up Tough, appeared in 1971. Caldwell continued writing until 1980, when a stroke left her deaf and unable to speak. She died of pulmonary failure in Greenwich, Connecticut on September 2, 1985. For further reading: In Search of Taylor Caldwell by J. Stearn (1974); Twentieth-Century Romance & Historical Writers, ed. by Lesley Henderson (1990); World Authors 1900-1950, ed. by Martin Seymour-Smith and Andrew C. Kimmens (1996, vol. 1)." -- WikipediaKeywords: FICTION HISTORICAL SAINT PAUL GREAT LION GOD HISTORIC HISTORY TAYLOR CALDWELL RELIGIOUS RELIGION CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANITY ST PAUL TARSUS ROMAN JEWISH FAMILY SCHOLAR POET ROAD TO DAMASCUS Spine slightly cocked, pages toned. New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1970. Book Club Edition. Very Good/Very Good., Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1970, New York: Harper & Bros, 1907. First edition thus. Hardcover. Near Fine. Small 8vo. in red cloth with spine stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt. vii+301 pp. Fine (one page of the introduction roughly opened). Tight, generally fine example. First edition. Collection of tales of the supernatural and fantasy, most in first book appearance or in some cases any appearance, including "In Telebras" by Howard Pyle, "The Beginning Of The Rose" by Harriet Lewis Bradley, Georg Schock's "The Christmas Child", "Richard Rice's "The White Sleep of Auber Hurn", "The Little Rooms" by Madelene Yale Wynne, "Perdita" by Hildegard Hawthorne. "At La Glorieuse" by M.E.M. Davis, "A Faded Scapula" by F.D. Millet, "At The Hermitage" by E. Levi Brown and H.W. McVickar's "The Reprisal"., Harper & Bros, 1907, Garden City: Doubleday & Company Inc. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. 0385183836 . First edition. This copy has been inscribed, signed and dated by Lucius Shepard at the beginning of his story. Collects 17 original stories including "The Etheric Transmitter" by Lucius Shepard. 177+ pages. Remainder spray else Fine copy in VG Dust Wrapper [unevenly toned, light wear/creasing to the spine head, vertical scratch to the upper right portion of the front panel, else would be Near Fine].; Signed by Author ., Doubleday & Company Inc, 1984, New York, NY: Bard College/Collier Books & Macmillan Publishing Company, 1989. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. Very Fine. This number of the prestigious literary journal features an interview of Salman Rushdie conducted by Catherine Bush, after the publication of his novel The Satanic Verses & shortly before the notorious "fatwa" death threat issued against him by Ayatollah Khomeini. Also the short story including two poems, "The Beginning of the Life of Rimbaud," by the late experimental author & William S. Burroughs acolyte Kathy Acker; four short poems written in Helsinki, Finland by the great Black Mountain-Beat generation poet Robert Creeley; three poems including "Geese Blood" by Barbara Guest; the short story "Dreams Involving Water" by Gary Indiana; a short prose piece, "Carville," by the poet Robert Kelly; the short story "Ovando" by Jamaica Kincaid; an excerpt from the then-about to be published novella Mrs. God by horror genre master Peter Straub, & much more. With front cover artwork by Brice Marden; a portfolio of photographs with commentary by Clegg & Guttmann; brief notes on contributors; contemporary ads, etc. A rich & eclectic issue in this collectible series. In very fine condition with only a tiny bit of scuffing at right blank margin near lower right corner of front cover; a few tiny bumps & small faint creases at edges & corners of same; a few small scuffs at lower right corner of inside front cover & at edges of text block. Interior very fine., Bard College/Collier Books & Macmillan Publishing Company, 1989, Boston, MA: N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company. Overview and condition: complete issue comprising 28 pages, previously disbound from bound volume with four narrow punches to left blank margin; pages tanned, fragile and quite brittle, particularly along right fore-edges which show periodic tiny chips and short closed edge tears; gentle pagination will still result in further edge chips and short closed edge tears. Published daily except Sunday, with headlines, lead stories and news items focused on murder, assorted criminal activity, and scandal, the issue also contains general news, columns (including Louella O. Parsons "Hollywood Today"), motion picture news and reviews, cartoon strips (including The Phantom, Popeye, Skippy, Secret Agent X-9, Mandrake the Magician, and Henry), serials, sports, vintage advertisements, all well-illustrated with photographs. Highlights include: [focused on local news out of Cambridge-Somerville, with repeat of most regular news stories from earlier edition]; cover story FATHER KILLS 2, SELF ON CAPE: SON, 40, First Victim, Then Neighbor Is Shot (Celestino Di Guivoni, his son Joseph, and neighbor Luigi Balidelli); 11,000 MARCHERS CHEERED IN BUNKER HILL [DAY] PARADE; Baby Cries For 'Mummy' In Mystery Disappearance (Mrs. Michael Flaherty - Patricia Boudreau Flaherty); REFUGEE SUICIDES HALTED (on refugee German Jews); FOIL PLOT TO KILL [King] CAROL: 7 'NAZI' HEADS ARRESTED; [Eugene] WEIDMANN DIES ON GUILLOTINE; Briton Arrested In Jap Blockade (G.A. Smith); Slave Ring Linked In 'Doll Girl' Death (Joan Stevens); SABOTAGE HINTED IN SUB LOSS (France); Harvard Exercises To Begin Tomorrow; WILLIAM S. HART SCORES AGAIN AS WESTERN FILM HERO; Strike Threatens Delay In High School Building; 7 TRAPPED AS POLICE LAUNCH TRAFFIC DRIVE; Skidding Sox Flirt With Second Division; Pro Golfers in Arms Over Ruling on [Denny] Shute; [Sydney] WOODERSON AIMS FOR 4:03 MILE. . Good. Newspaper. 1st Edition. 1939., N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company, 1939, New York: Frank A. Munsey Co., 1934. 1st edition.. Magazine in color-illus wraps (art by Paul Stahr), side-stapled.. VeryGood+ unmarked, bright wraps, backstrip intact, light edgewear.. This pulp fiction magazine was publshed under this title beginning about 1930 (previously was Argosy All-Story Weekly). This issue contains three serials (featured is King of the Bush by Raine), two novels, four short stories, features. Very good copy of scarce item. 7 x 10, pp 1-144 + ads, b/w illus., Frank A. Munsey Co., 1934, New York, NY: Top Stories, 1986. First Edition Thus, Second Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Very Fine. A short, provocative work by Kathy Acker, the late post-punk-feminist writer influenced & acknowledged by William S. Burroughs, in which she describes her experiences & impressions of her life in late-1970s NYC. First published in compilations issued in 1979 & 1980, then in a first printing of this edition in 1981, this is the stated 1986 second printing of the separate edition featuring reproductions of photographs by Anne Turyn. Still a scarce collectible though not among its rarest forms here, in very fine condition with only very mild creasing at spine, top & bottom edges of covers; very tiny bump at lower right corner of front cover; staples beginning to rust. Interior very fine, virtually mint., Top Stories, 1986, Norfolk, VA, U.S.A.: Crippen & Landru, 2003. 1st prtg. Trade paperback, fine unread copy. Edited and with an introduction by Bill Pronzini. This collection begins with six non- series tales showing the range of Gault's approach to the mystery story, and continues with the entire short-story career of private-eye Joe Puma. The sixth in the Lost Classics series concludes with an affectionate reminiscence of her father by Shelley Gault. Low print run as the publisher states that "The first printing of each book will be small perhaps 400-500 copies, divided between clothbound copies in dustjacket, and trade softcover.". 1st Prtg. Pictorial Wrappers. Fine/Fine. Trade Paperback., Crippen & Landru, 2003, London: Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge Third Series . No Date but the signature of a previous owner on the front endpaper is dated October , 1869 . Bound by Trickett & Son Binders . Printed by William Clowes And Sons . Contents include : 1) The Lion-Hearted King ; 2) The Robbers Of Sherwood Forest ; 3) The First Prince Of Wales ; 4) Prince Henry Frederick ; 5) The Battle Of The Boyne ; 6) The Earl's Escape ; and 7) The Rebellion of 1745 . The interior is clean , no marks except for the names of two previous owners on the fronf endpaper . The hinges are beginning to loosen . All signatures remain tight . The decorative cloth boards show considerable wear . The gold graphics on the front board are still bright . . Decorative Cloth. Good., Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge, Boston, MA: N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company. Overview and condition: complete issue comprising 28 pages, previously disbound from bound volume with four narrow punches to left blank margin; pages tanned, fragile and quite brittle, particularly along right fore-edges which show periodic tiny chips and short closed edge tears; gentle pagination will still result in further edge chips and short closed edge tears. Published daily except Sunday, with headlines, lead stories and news items focused on murder, assorted criminal activity, and scandal, the issue also contains general news, columns (including Louella O. Parsons "Hollywood Today"), motion picture news and reviews, cartoon strips (including The Phantom, Popeye, Skippy, Secret Agent X-9, Mandrake the Magician, and Henry), serials, sports, vintage advertisements, all well-illustrated with photographs. Highlights include: cover story FATHER KILLS 2, SELF ON CAPE: SON, 40, First Victim, Then Neighbor Is Shot (Celestino Di Guivoni, his son Joseph, and neighbor Luigi Balidelli); 11,000 MARCHERS CHEERED IN BUNKER HILL [DAY] PARADE; Baby Cries For 'Mummy' In Mystery Disappearance (Mrs. Michael Flaherty - Patricia Boudreau Flaherty); FRENCH CRY SABOTAGE IN SUBMARINE SINKING; Plot to Kill [King] Carol Foiled, 7 Arrested; [Eugene] WEIDMANN DIES ON GUILLOTINE; Briton Arrested In Jap Blockade (G.A. Smith); Slave Ring Linked In 'Doll Girl' Death (Joan Stevens); Halt Bill to Insure Alien Ships in War; Harvard Exercises To Begin Tomorrow; WILLIAM S. HART SCORES AGAIN AS WESTERN FILM HERO; Skidding Sox Flirt With Second Division; Pro Golfers in Arms Over Ruling on [Denny] Shute. . Good. Newspaper. 1st Edition. 1939., N. E. Newspaper Publishing Company, 1939, Lincoln Nebraska: iUniverse , 2005. 421 Pages. This very important history and evolution of Army Aviation is, unfortunately does not include and index. No defects noted to this bright tight book with flawless interior text pages and sblack and white photos. From Daedalus to Desert Storm, BaIloons to Baghdad and beyond --- a history of Army Aviation, the how, what, when, where and why. This is the rest of the story never told and certainly not always understood. WiIliams' research and academic diligence bring fascinating history to life. He teIls how this 21st Century formidable fighting force came to be in spite of technological challenges, roles and missions, personalities and pundits. He traces aviation successes over many decades through the American spirit and the leadership and ingenuity of our fighting soldiers. Paramount are his treatments of combat evolutions and weapons capabilities, how Army Aviation was born into the warrior brotherhood on the battlefields of Europe, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and countless other nameless places. A critical gap in the third dimension of land combat has now been filled. This is a story that has begged to be told, long, yet very complex, but only now complete, with sources and substance heretofore missing from similar accounts. Historians, military scholars, and aviators, yet unborn, will rely on this work for years yet to come. The evolution of Army Aviation branch doctrine, technology, and organization, continuously illuminated by the operational experiences of generations of committed and highly professional aviators and the support personnel who kept them flying, produces an unfailing assessment of Army Air's many contributions to our national defense. Contents in Six Chapters: Introduction, Early Years through World War II, 1945-1961 Toward an Air Fighting Army, Vietnam the Army Transformed, 1970s Through Operation Destert Storm the New Generation, and 1990s and Beyond. Plus List of 48 Illustrations, Postscript Looking Forward, A Short bibliograhic Essay, Acronym Glossary, and About the Author. . Trade Paperback. As New. 6" X 9"., iUniverse, 2005

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[SR: 945975], Paperback, [EAN: 9780595366088], iUniverse, Inc., iUniverse, Inc., Book, [PU: iUniverse, Inc.], iUniverse, Inc., spellbinding history , the how, what, when, where and why some never told and certainly not always understood. This is a story that has begged to be told, with sources and substance heretofore missing Historians, military scholars, and aviators, will rely on this work for years.Carl H. McNair, Jr., Major General, U.S. Army (Retired)"This is worth a good read a welcome and long overdue history of Army Aviation."Joseph L. Galloway, senior military correspondent, Knight Ridder Newspapers and co-author, We Were Soldiers Once and YoungSoldiers, scholars, and aviation enthusiasts alike can learn much from this comprehensive examination . successfully blends lively and insightful historical narrative with astute analysis. unfailingly honest assessment of contributions to our national defense.Carol Reardon, Pennsylvania State University, author of LAUNCH THE INTRUDERS tightly written and focused traces the aviation branch from its inception through two world wars, the loss of a major portion to the new Air Force, up through its current role . required reading for anyone who desires to understand Army aviation.Darrel Whitcomb, author of The Rescue of Bat 21, and Combat Search and Rescue in Desert Storm tells the whole story concisely by addressing seven key themes. crisp prose and well-chosen illustrations . This old ground-pounder owes his life to brave crews of Army birds.Henry Gole, Ph.D./Colonel (ret.), author of Soldiering, 5012, Aviation, 5011, Military, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 11941, History, 11935, Aviation, 11934, Transportation, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 173515, Engineering, 226498, Aerospace, 13647, Automotive, 226506, Bioengineering, 227539, Chemical, 227541, Civil & Environmental, 227543, Computer Modelling, 8082404011, Construction, 52168011, Design, 227544, Electrical & Electronics, 52215011, Energy Production & Extraction, 227550, Industrial, Manufacturing & Operational Systems, 107157011, Marine Engineering, 226704, Materials & Material Science, 13778, Mechanical, 226719, Military Technology, 13803, Reference, 13809, Telecommunications & Sensors, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 21, Reference, 11444, Almanacs & Yearbooks, 11448, Atlases & Maps, 2572, Careers, 11626, Catalogs & Directories, 11472, Consumer Guides, 11475, Dictionaries & Thesauruses, 11713, Encyclopedias & Subject Guides, 11823, English as a Second Language, 11761, Etiquette, 11773, Foreign Language Study & Reference, 11880, Genealogy, 11902, Quotations, 8975382011, Survival & Emergency Preparedness, 5267710011, Test Preparation, 11970, Words, Language & Grammar, 5267707011, Writing, Research & Publishing Guides, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 684270011, Military, 468230, History, 468206, Humanities, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books, 684299011, Military Sciences, 468214, Social Sciences, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books, 684283011, Reference, 684284011, Atlases, 684285011, Bibliographies & Indexes, 684286011, Dictionaries, 684287011, Encyclopedias, 684288011, Writing Skills, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books

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[SR: 945975], Paperback, [EAN: 9780595366088], iUniverse, Inc., iUniverse, Inc., Book, [PU: iUniverse, Inc.], iUniverse, Inc., spellbinding history , the how, what, when, where and why some never told and certainly not always understood. This is a story that has begged to be told, with sources and substance heretofore missing Historians, military scholars, and aviators, will rely on this work for years.Carl H. McNair, Jr., Major General, U.S. Army (Retired)"This is worth a good read a welcome and long overdue history of Army Aviation."Joseph L. Galloway, senior military correspondent, Knight Ridder Newspapers and co-author, We Were Soldiers Once and YoungSoldiers, scholars, and aviation enthusiasts alike can learn much from this comprehensive examination . successfully blends lively and insightful historical narrative with astute analysis. unfailingly honest assessment of contributions to our national defense.Carol Reardon, Pennsylvania State University, author of LAUNCH THE INTRUDERS tightly written and focused traces the aviation branch from its inception through two world wars, the loss of a major portion to the new Air Force, up through its current role . required reading for anyone who desires to understand Army aviation.Darrel Whitcomb, author of The Rescue of Bat 21, and Combat Search and Rescue in Desert Storm tells the whole story concisely by addressing seven key themes. crisp prose and well-chosen illustrations . This old ground-pounder owes his life to brave crews of Army birds.Henry Gole, Ph.D./Colonel (ret.), author of Soldiering, 5012, Aviation, 5011, Military, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 11941, History, 11935, Aviation, 11934, Transportation, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 173515, Engineering, 226498, Aerospace, 13647, Automotive, 226506, Bioengineering, 227539, Chemical, 227541, Civil & Environmental, 227543, Computer Modelling, 8082404011, Construction, 52168011, Design, 227544, Electrical & Electronics, 52215011, Energy Production & Extraction, 227550, Industrial, Manufacturing & Operational Systems, 107157011, Marine Engineering, 226704, Materials & Material Science, 13778, Mechanical, 226719, Military Technology, 13803, Reference, 13809, Telecommunications & Sensors, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 21, Reference, 11444, Almanacs & Yearbooks, 11448, Atlases & Maps, 2572, Careers, 11626, Catalogs & Directories, 11472, Consumer Guides, 11475, Dictionaries & Thesauruses, 11713, Encyclopedias & Subject Guides, 11823, English as a Second Language, 11761, Etiquette, 11773, Foreign Language Study & Reference, 11880, Genealogy, 11902, Quotations, 8975382011, Survival & Emergency Preparedness, 5267710011, Test Preparation, 11970, Words, Language & Grammar, 5267707011, Writing, Research & Publishing Guides, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 684270011, Military, 468230, History, 468206, Humanities, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books, 684299011, Military Sciences, 468214, Social Sciences, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books, 684283011, Reference, 684284011, Atlases, 684285011, Bibliographies & Indexes, 684286011, Dictionaries, 684287011, Encyclopedias, 684288011, Writing Skills, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books

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.spellbinding history., the how, what, when, where and why.some never told and certainly not always understood. This is a story that has begged to be told, .with sources and substance heretofore missing. Historians, military scholars, and aviators, .will rely on this work for years. Carl H. McNair, Jr., Major General, U.S. Army (Retired) 'This is worth a good read.a welcome and long overdue history of Army Aviation." Joseph L. Galloway, senior military correspondent, "Knight Ridder Newspapers" and co-author, "We Were Soldiers Once.and Young" Soldiers, scholars, and aviation enthusiasts alike can learn much from this comprehensive examination.. .successfully blends lively and insightful historical narrative with astute analysis. .unfailingly honest assessment of.contributions to our national defense. Carol Reardon, Pennsylvania State University, author of "LAUNCH THE INTRUDERS" .tightly written and focused.traces the aviation branch from its inception through two world wars, the loss of a major portion to the new Air Force, .up through its current role.. .required reading for anyone who desires to understand.Army aviation. Darrel Whitcomb, author of "The Rescue of Bat 21," and "Combat Search and Rescue in Desert Storm" .tells the whole story concisely by addressing seven key themes. .crisp prose and well-chosen illustrations.. This old ground-pounder owes his life to.brave crews of Army birds. Henry Gole, Ph.D./Colonel (ret.), author of "Soldiering" A History of Army Aviation: From Its Beginnings to the War on Terror Williams, James W., JR. / Williams, Dr James W., iUniverse

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A History of Army Aviation: From Its Beginnings to the War on Terror
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Williams, James W. , JR.

Titel:

A History of Army Aviation: From Its Beginnings to the War on Terror

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0595366082

Darrel Whitcomb, author of "The Rescue of Bat 21", and "Combat Search and Rescue in Desert Storm" tells the whole story concisely by addressing seven key themes. It features crisp prose and well-chosen illustrations. This old ground-pounder owes his life to brave crews of Army birds. Henry Gole, Ph.D./Colonel (ret.).

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780595366088
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0595366082
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: TO EXCEL/KALEIDOSCOPE SOF
452 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,661 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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