Where Eagles Land: Planning and Development of U.S. Army Airfields, 1910-1941

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ABBREVIATIONS
AAF Army Air Forces
AAFFTC Army Air Forces Flying Training Command
AC/AS Assistant Chief Air Staff
ACTS Air Corps Tactical School
Admin. Administrator, Administrative, Administration
AFB Air Force Base
AFCHO Office of Air Force History, Washington, D.C.
AG Adjutant General
AGO Adjutant General's Office
AS Air Service
Asst. Assistant
B & G Building and Grounds
CAC Chief of the Air Corps
CAS Chief of Air Service
CCC Civilian Conservation Corps
CE Corps of Engineers
CG Commanding General
CO Commanding Officer
Cofs Chief of Staff
CSO Chief Signal Officer
CWA Civil Works Administration
DAS Director of Air Service
Dep. Deputy
Dept. Department
Dir. Director
Div. Division
DMA Division of Military Aeronautics, Director of Military
Aeronautics
Exec. Executive Officer
FERA Federal Emergency Relief Administration

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - A Solid Footing 1
  • 2 - Plans, Parade Grounds, and Politics 15
  • 3 - The First Test 35
  • 4 - The Lean Years 53
  • 5 - A New Beginning 73
  • 6 - Plans, Politics, and Air Bases 93
  • 7 - Air Bases, Plans, and Preparations 115
  • 8 - Planning for the Future 139
  • Notes 143
  • Selected Bibliography 183
  • Index 209
  • About the Author 221
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