1st aero squadron in pursuit of Pancho Villa

Glynn, Gary
November 1997
Aviation History;Nov97, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p50
Discusses the history of the United States military aviation as the 1st Aero Squadron of the United States Army took part in the 1916 Mexican expedition in pursuit of the Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa. Inadequacy of America's military aviation program during the outbreak of World War I; Contributors to the squadron's problems; Modification on the JN-2 plane.


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