November 1933

Some Little Known Phases of Marine Corps Aviation

Volume 18, Issue 3

Arthur La Motte

All marines and, of late years, an increasing number of our civil population have become very conscious of the daily work and exhibition flights of the aviation section of our corps. However it is very doubtful if they have an appreciation of the long hours of preparation by the personnel of the ground crews and shops that have made these operations possible.

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