December 1916

Aviation in the Navy

Volume 1, Issue 4

Randolph Coyle

IT has required the splendid and indispensable work of the aviators in the present European War to impress upon the American people the absolute necessity for aviation in modern warfare. The thoroughness with which it has been demonstrated in the past two years that this "fourth arm" of the service has revolutionized tactics in land fighting has left no room for argument.

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