By John F Kreis
From the earliest improvement of wrestle aviation, the protection and endured working potency of verified bases assured the winning software of air strength in glossy army campaigns. the standards affecting this safety are many and sundry. they're explored intimately during this choice of stories drawn from American and overseas event relationship from international warfare I to the Arab-Israeli clash of 1973. John F. Kreis accomplished this quantity whereas assigned to the distinctive reports department, workplace of Air strength background. A graduate of Williamette collage, Mr. Kreis additionally earned a grasp of Arts measure in historical past in 1975 on the college of Delaware. As an Air strength officer he really good in air base safeguard and safety. As a part of his education for paintings during this box, he graduated from the Federal Bureau of research nationwide Academy at Quantico, Virginia
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Gordon R. , While this debate went on in Air Corps circles, the practical application of radar brought the promise of far reaching changes to base attack and defense. S. Naval Research Laboratory, the military use of radio detection was forced by Britain's vulnerable position. By mid-1939, radar stations on England's east coast observed aircraft approaching from the Continent. Small radar units for field application were built in both Britain and the United States by 1940, allowing defenders of tactical air bases a measure of warning.
27 AIR BASE AIR DEFENSE Fort Bragg maneuvers in October 1938. Searchlights blaze in the North Carolina night during joint Army-Air Corps exercises. Camouflage and target hardening were discussed, and protection from chemical attack received a lengthy treatment by a chemical warfare officer. It was, however, a beginner's inquiry into base defense, prompted by the collapse of Poland six months before, and it pointed out the many shortcomings in the American ability to defend an air base. Because the United States was neutral and still focused on defending the western hemisphere, there was no discussion of overseas base operation or defense coordination with allied forces.
7-mm machine gun, first used in 1939, and two types of 40-mm guns captured from the Dutch and British in 1941 and 1942. 7-mm machine guns usable only against low level attacks. The machine guns all had maximum ranges of 5,000 to 6,000 feet with effective ranges of 2,000 to 2,400 feet. Their basic heavy weapon was a 75-mm low velocity gun supported by 20-mm and 25-mm cannon. The Japanese also had some mobile 88-mm guns, but both their equipment and control sys36 Japanese 20-mm antiaircraft on traverse mount.
Air warfare and air base air defense, 1914-1973 by John F Kreis