Baltimore 1980 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 080182205x. Xiv, , 215 pages, cloth, DJ, very good. From the estate of aviation collector Colin H. Kidd and with his
embossed sticker. From the DJ: "In the early 1970s, the United States Army possessed the third-largest air force in the world, ranked behind only the United States Air Force itself and that of hte Soviet Union. How a land army came to acquire its own air corps is the subject of Frederic Bergerson's The Army Gets an Air Force. It is a fascinating, highly informed study that illuminates such issues as the workings of the military establishment, the role of politics in the process of technological inovation, the effects of interservice rivalry among the American armed forces, and the role of Army aviatio in the length and conduct of the Vietnam War."
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