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86 Mitchell remained in the Air Service ofﬁces, and Menoher was reassigned. Menoher publicly stated that after three years in the Air Service he desired to return to the line of the Army. 87 Even though Weeks supported Mitchell in this instance, the secretary also realized the need to control the brash airman. Weeks especially did not want to elevate Mitchell to become the Chief of the Air Service and even further strengthen the airman’s political clout, nor did he wish to appear to reward Mitchell’s inappropriate behavior.
50 Less politically astute, and undoubtedly stung over having reverted to the permanent rank of major while others retained stars on their collars (including his peers on the General Staff), Foulois provided the congressional ﬁreworks. ” 51 He went on to give what he believed to be historical evidence that the Secretary of War and the General Staff had intentionally limited the Air Service’s development and had overstated the air arm’s limitations. 52 During the hearings on the United Air Service bill, Foulois provided the clearest statement of why Air Service ofﬁcers took their controversial political actions: “In my own experience I think I fully appreciate the fact that when we lay our cards on the table we can get better results from Congress, and always have.
Hull of Iowa. LaGuardia intimately shared the desires of the Air Service ofﬁcers due to his prior Army aviation service. Within three weeks of the Crowell report, two aviation bills surfaced, one in each house, from Curry and New. Both bills proposed a variation of the recommendations of the Crowell Mission. Curry’s bill, introduced on 28 July 1919, was the more detailed of the two. The Californian called for a Regular Air Force with administrative and support units, and a Reserve and National Guard force.
Do 17 Do 215 der fliegende Bleistift (Waffenarsenal 46) by H.J. Nowarra