U.s. Air Service (magazine) Sept. 1920

By: Green, Horace & Earl N. Findley (editors)

Price: $50.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good+

B&W Illustrations; This is an oversized magazine with illustrated covers and a stapled spine. The magazine is in mostly clean, bright condition. The covers have some light toning to the spine. The contents include: Nine Months' Cruise of Atlantic Fleet Air Force Without Mishap (by Lieut-Comndr. B. G. Leighton) , Two Transcontinental Air Races Soon, Rules of the Air (by Col. Edgar S. Gorrell) , Four New Air Mail Routes, New Insignia for Navy Planes, Diary of a Flying Cadet (by K. R. Pyatt) , and more. "Edgar Staley Gorrell (February 3, 1891March 5, 1945) was an American military officer, aviation pioneer, historian, manufacturing entrepreneur, and advocate for the airline industry. He served eight years in the United States Army, most of it with the Air Service, becoming a colonel at the age of 27 during World War I. He left the army in 1920 to enter private business, first as an executive in the automotive industry, then briefly operating his own investment company to finance the mass construction of private homes. For the last nine years of his life he was the first president of the Air Transport Association of America (ATA) , a trade association dedicated to airline safety and the economic growth of the industry." (from Wikipedia)

Title: U.s. Air Service (magazine) Sept. 1920

Author Name: Green, Horace & Earl N. Findley (editors)

Categories: Baseball,

Publisher: Washington D. C., Army and Navy Air Service Assoc.: 1920

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: A38839

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