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Britain`s Fleet Air Arm in World War II (Schiffer 0764321315)

Britain`s Fleet Air Arm in World War II  0764321315
Britain`s Fleet Air Arm in World War II (Schiffer 0764321315)
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Category:Books on aviation
Subcategory:WW2 UK Units
ISBN/Box:0764321315
Publisher/Brand:Schiffer
Author:Mackay R.
Format:a4
No. Pages:312
Version:Hard cover
Language:English
Availability:No longer available from us.

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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory WW2 UK Units, ISBN/Box 0764321315, Publisher/Brand Schiffer, Author Mackay R., Format a4, No. Pages 312, Version Hard cover, Language English

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The Air Branch of the Royal Navy that was to carve its name into maritime history as the Fleet Air Arm faced an orphan existence up to 1937 when the Admiralty, having handed over control in 1918 to the RAF, resumed charge of its aviators. The Force was poorly equipped and dangerously short of qualified personnel with which to effectively challenge its Axis adversaries, and suffered accordingly in the initial stages of World War II. The provision of superior carrier aircraft designs (primarily from the U.S. Grumman and Chance-Vought companies), and a similar whole-sale expansion in Fleet and Escort carriers (most of the latter supplied from American shipyards), as well as the personnel with which to operate the warships and aircraft ensured that by 1943 the Fleet Air Arm was an all-round, efficient Force capable of independent combat operations in all the major War Zones right up to VJ-Day.



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