2 edition of The question of autonomy for the United States air arm, 1907-1945. found in the catalog.
The question of autonomy for the United States air arm, 1907-1945.
R. Earl McClendon
by Documentary Research Division, Air University Library, Air University in Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala
Written in English
|Other titles||Autonomy for the United States air arm.|
|Series||Air University documentary research study|
|LC Classifications||UG633 .M2 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (v, 316 l.)|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||51060320|
Today, the United States Air Force (USAF) is the world’s premier air arm. Among major nations, it is also the youngest, having been established in September in the wake of World War II. During the first half of the twen-tieth century, as part of the United States Army, the air arm was constantly striving for autonomy. Singapore received eight FE combat aircraft with advanced air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles from the United States, two La Fayette frigates from France, and 40 Leopard-2A4 tanks from Germany. There is limited empirical evidence to suggest a direct causal link between an increase in the volume of arms imported and the outbreak of conflict.
Even if the United States Navy Air Service were added, the total amount would increase by only 48 officers, men and 54 aircraft. Indeed, it took until September before an Air Service attached to the American Expeditionary Force was officially established. That’s exactly the question a group of NGOs called the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots are urgently trying to get countries to discuss at the United Nations at the Convention on Conventional.
Below are the current AI arms programs, policies, and positions of seven key players: the United States, China, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, Israel, and South Korea. All information is from State of AI: Artificial intelligence, the military, and increasingly autonomous weapons, a . Paul Ward Beck (1 December – 4 April ) was an officer in the United States Army, an aviation pioneer, and one of the first military gh a career Infantry officer, Beck twice was part of the first aviation services of the U.S. Army, as de facto head of the flying section of the Aeronautical Division, U.S. Signal Corps in and as a senior officer of the Air Service in.
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Autonomy of the Air Arm (The Question of Autonomy for the United States Air Arm, ) - Impact of the World War I Years, Army Air Corps Creation, GHQ Air Force, World War II - Kindle edition by U.S. Government, U.S. Military, Department of Defense, U.S. Air Force (USAF). Question of Autonomy for the United States Air ArmPart 1 of Vol.
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Documentary Research Division.]. This book was originally published by Air University as The Question of Autonomy for the United States Air Arm, In January it was reissued as an Air University Documentary Research Study entitled Autonomy of the Air : Progressive Management.
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The Army Materiel Command conducted a series of interviews with senior AMC officials during the timeframe. This collection, first published individually, makes their thoughts on the entire spectrum of issues AMC faced in the area of Army logistics/materiel development readily available in one volume.
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Earl (Robert Earl) McClendon. Abstract. Includes of access: Internet Topics: Aeronautics, Military. Earl McClendon's classic Autonomy of the Air Arm describes the Army air arm's struggle for autonomy over almost forty years, from to the close of World War II.
McClendon's narrative details the contentious evolution of the Army Air Forces (AAF) in March as a fully coequal branch with the Army Ground Forces (AGF). Question of autonomy for the United States air arm R.
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Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., The book focuses particularly on the moral and Army of None is a thorough survey of the development of autonomy in weapons technology, its potential application in the future, and the advantages and disadvantages of autonomous and semi-autonomous systems/5().
On the eve of World War II, in Septemberthe Army’s air arm had a strength of 24, officers and men and about 1, tacticalhowever, the Air Corps began a rapid expansion in response to events in Europe.
The Air Corps was supplanted on Jby the Army Air Forces as an autonomous command within the Army, and in Marchafter American entry into the war. The United States Air Force became a separate military service on 18 September with the implementation of the National Security Act of The Act created the National Military Establishment, later renamed the United States Department of Defense, which was composed of four of the five branches, the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and a newly created Air Force.
1 The Air Force core values were originally released in the Air Force Core Values Handbook (the “little blue book”). Text follows the basic structure of this handbook. AFIAir Force Standards, updates the “little blue book” to encapsulate this information.
Adapted from the. Air Force Core Values Handbook (), Chapter II. The United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) was the aerial warfare service component of the United States Army between and After World War I, as early aviation became an increasingly important part of modern warfare, a philosophical rift developed between more traditional ground-based army personnel and those who felt that aircraft were being underutilized and that air operations were.
This has caused United States Navy UAV programs to increase in cost from 0% to 5%, while United States Air Force UAV programs have increased from 60% to %.  The USAF said inthat it will focus development of UAVs to be collaboratively networked with manned aircraft in "buddy attacks," while continuing to be able to fly as.
The United States Army's air arm waged a frustrating and uncertain battle during the interwar years to gain greater autonomy from the War Department. For the air arm, the key transition was the establishment in of the General Headquarters (GHQ) Air Force under Brig.
Gen. Frank M. Andrews. The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia: Civic Action The United States Army Air Arm, V Hoyt S. Vandenberg: The Life of a General. W The War Against Trucks: Aerial Interdiction in Southern Laos, A War Too Long: The History of the USAF in Southeast Asia, Weapon of Denial: Air Power and the Battle for New Guinea.CHAPTER IX.
The Movement Toward Air Autonomy. The prolonged discussions in the summer and autumn of on the summoning of the National Guard, the enactment of the Selective Service Act, the enrollment ofin the draft registration, and the hurried construction of cantonments for the housing and training of the new soldiers-most of whom were intended for the Army ground forces.In March the United States transferred the peacekeeping responsibilities to the United Nations.
The Balkans. During the mids, Yugoslavia was in a state of unrest because various ethnic groups wanted a separate state for themselves. Serbia attempted through military force to prevent any group from gaining autonomy from the central.