Edmund F. Hogan

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The Case for Billy Mitchell

Whereas, the pursuit of this policy by Col. William Mitchell in connection with the development of airpower as a potential weapon of national defense ultimately led to his court-martial and conviction; and Whereas, subsequent events demonstrated the accuracy of Colonel...

Which Way Is the Air Guard Going?

The Air National Guard is composed of eighty-seven tactical squadrons and a variety of support units, including aircraft control and warning stations. But the Guard’s great strength reposes for the most part in the eighty-seven squadrons, which are distributed throughout...

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