Airpower: WW I through WW II. WWI Thru WWII. Background – The 1920’s General Mitchell’s Crusade The Air Corps Act of 1926 The Air Corps Tactical School Move To Autonomy in the 1930’s WWII Begins The Battle of Britain The U.S. Prepares for War The Army Air Forces. WWI Thru WWII.
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MESSERSCHMITT ME 109 Fighter
JUNKERS JU 87 “STUKA” Dive bomber
JUNKERS JU 88 Bomber
HEINKEL HE 111 Bomber
Sources of electrical power
Sources of oil production
I + II + III = Victory
P-38 was a huge success
9 Mar 45 -- 279 B-29s participated
-- Burned 16 sq miles, destroyed 267,000
buildings and killed 85,000 people