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Definition of the noun Air Corps
What does Air Corps mean as a name of something?
- formerly the airborne division of the United States Army
The Air Corps is the air component of the Defence Forces of Ireland. Through a fleet of fixed and rotary wing aircraft, it provides military support to the Army and Naval Service, together with non-military air services such as air ambulance and the Ministerial Air Transport Service. The primary airbase is Casement Aerodrome located at Baldonnel, County Dublin.
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by Jerold E. Brown
AIR CORPS 7 AIR CORPS The U.S. Army Air Corps represented a stage in the evolution of military air power in the United States. Two camps carried on the public debate over the role of air power in the United States during the early years of ...
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
Anti-Aircraft Command; Anti-Aircraft Corps; Area Advisory Committee; Army Apprentices College; Army Air Corps; Association of American Choruses; Association of American Colleges; Australian Agricultural Company; Australian Air Corps; ...
by George Usher
Army Air Corps The Corps was formed in 1942 to co-ordinate the Glider ...
by Norman Polmar, Thomas B. Allen
r X, a Luftwaffe air corps that specialized in attacking British shipping. A naval oflicer, Geisler transferred to the Luftwaffe in 1935 and four years later ...
the Army Air Corps (1926–1941), and the Army ...
Volume 38 - Supplement 3: Adams: Scott to Winckelmann: Johann Joachim by Allen Kent
the San Antonio Intermediate Air Depot Library, and the Air Service Library (later the Air Corps and Air Forces Library, and now incorporated into the Army ...
by Larry E. Sullivan
Army Air Corps ( AAC) and remained the AAC until World War II. With the advent of World War II, and with projections for record growth, including the use of 60,000 airplanes, the ...
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
Whatever its status, the pre–World War II Army Air Corps remained a relatively small coterie of professionals in which all pilots had to be officers. By the mid- 1930s, Air Corps theory centered around strategic bombing—the use of large ...
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- Afghan Air Corps Simulator
Lt. Col. Roger Figueroa flies a sortie in the Mi-17 helicopter simulator with his instructor pilots Qudratullah and Rametullah at the Afghan National Army Air Corps base in Kabul, Afghanistan
Photo credit: NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan
- ARMY AIR CORPS WAH-64D APACHE
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Quotes about Air Corps
But the Air Force was sort of a bastard child of the Army, much like the Marines with the Navy. Everything had to be done over by the Army after it had already been done by the Air Corps, a mess. (Stuart Symington)
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