March 1928

Marine Corps Aviation*

Volume 13, Issue 1

HERETOFORE, when I have come down to the school to talk on aviation, I have always been obliged to try to portray a picture of Marine Aviation, its mission and how it should function as a part of the Marine Corps. This morning, however, due to the disturbed conditions in Nicaragua and China, I can present to you actual conditions in the field and give you some idea of how aviation has functioned under expeditionary conditions where warfare is actually going on.

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Dion Williams