April 2013

Marine Corps Aviation—The Early Days: Part II

Part II—Between Wars
Volume 97, Issue 4

THOMAS C. TURNER WAS IN MANY RESPECTS THE most spectacular—and the most ambitious—officer in the history of Marine Corps aviation. Born in California, he enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1901 at the age of 19.

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