June 1941

Marine Corps Aviation

Volume 25, Issue 2

NOT so long ago, military aviation was considered to be a desirable adjunct to a well balanced military or naval force, but many believed that the striking power of aircraft was grossly exaggerated and that its value was questionable. Events abroad during the past year have demonstrated that aircraft in sufficient numbers, when properly co-ordinated with ground forces, can greatly influence the result of military operations.

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