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Architects of American Air Supremacy : Gen. Hap Arnold and Dr. Theodore…

by Dik A. Daso

Other authors: Daniel M. Armstrong (Cover artist), Daniel M. Armstrong (Illustrator), Daniel M. Armstrong (Designer), Ronald R. Fogleman (Foreword)

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When the Wright Brothers accomplished America’s first powered airplane flight on 17 December 1903, they would have been hard pressed to believe that in less than one century, manned aircraft would refuel in midair, travel at hypersonic speeds, carry tons of cargo in warehouse-size holds, or serve as the primary means of international world travel.
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