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Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0830640045. Small edge tears to jacket, inside flap price clipped, small stain to edge. No marks or creases, very clean copy. Taught by the Wright brothers to fly in 1911, "Hap" Arnold grew up, became a 5-star general and ushered in the era of flight for the US military.; Military Classics Series; 626 pages.
Unread with small tear and darkening on jacket. Political & Biographies-General D/j darkened with small tears. The autobiography of General of the Army, Hap Arnold, commander of the USAAF in WWII and the architect of US air power. He was taught to fly by the Wright Brothers. A forthright, unorthodox man who was inextricably linked with the growth of American air power, at crucial times both before and during World War II he seemed to be the focal point of that power. A story of the earliest pioneers of flight, the air lessons of World War I, Billy Mitchell's court martial, the years between the wars, and the forging of the Army Air Forces into a mighty military power. UL-XXXXXX. 648pp, 20 photos.
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