A General Airman: Millard Harmon and the South Pacific in World War II

Hughes, Thomas Alexander
January 2009
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2009 1st Quarter, Issue 52, p156
The article discusses the life and works of military pilot Millard Harmon in the U.S. It states that Harmon had served in the aviation section of the Signal Corps in the U.S. and was a pilot in the Punitive Expedition into Mexico, making him among the first few American aviators to serve in combat. Moreover, his contributions, works and achievements during the World War I and II are explored.


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