Author: James J. Hudson
Hostile Skies: A Combat History of the American Air Service in World War I
Syracuse University Press
Size: 48 MB
The single best treatment of the American Air Service in World War I. From April to November 1918, the American Air Service grew from a poorly equipped, unorganized branch of the U.S. Expeditionary Forces to a fighting unit equal to its opponent in every way. Hostile Skies details the actual battle experiences of the men and boys who made up the service squadrons at the front.