Dr. Jeffrey Barlow has been a historian in the Contemporary History Branch of the Naval Historical Center since 1987. While on active duty in the Army, he served as a staff member of the newly created U.S Army Military History Research Collection at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, during 1969-1970. Dr. Barlow received a doctorate degree in international studies from the University of South Carolina in 1981. His contributions to published works include a biographical chapter on Admiral Richard L. Conolly in Stephen Howarth’s Men of War: Great Naval Leaders of World War Two and chapters on Allied and Axis strategies in Colin S. Gray and Roger W. Barnett’s Seapower and Strategy, as well as articles in International Security and Air University Review.
Revolt of the Admirals: The Fight for Naval Aviation, 1945-1950by Jeffrey G. Barlow
Chronicles in compelling detail the historic showdown between the U.S. Air Force and the Navy over the role of carrier aviation in the national security framework of the United States. See more details below
Chronicles in compelling detail the historic showdown between the U.S. Air Force and the Navy over the role of carrier aviation in the national security framework of the United States.
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