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The Battle of Midway

Seventy three years ago today the tide of World War Two reversed in the Pacific. Imperial Japan went from offensive to defensive, Strategically by sunset of 4 June 1942 the Emperor’s war was lost. All Naval Aviators have a strong

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Rigid Airships (ZRS 3,4+5), airborne aircraft carriers: Naval Aviation History (part 2)

Early Naval Aviation in the United States was a time of innovation and fantastic ideas. My personal favorite was the Rigid Airship Aircraft Carriers of the early 1930s. Essentially blimps that carried and operated fighters from within. USS Akron (ZRS-4)

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USS Langley: The History of Naval Aviation (part 1)

THE HISTORY OF NAVAL AVIATION (part 1). In my Aviation Trilogy: Project Seven Alpha, Vengeance at Midway and Guadalcanal and very soon End Game in the Pacific; I try to thrill the reader and show the adventure of flight. Books

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