In the first World War, aircraft were first introduced to the battlefield. Recognizing the significance, Maj Gen Mason Patrick, Chief of the Air Service, instructed Col Edgar S Gorrell, Assistant Chief of Staff of the Air Service, to gather all information that would "assist in establishing Army aeronautics on a sound basis for the future." Volume titles appear under each series in the browse menu. A table of contents is available on the description page for this publication.
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Gorrell's History - AEF Air Service
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NARA M990. Historical narratives, reports, photographs, and other records that document administrative, technical, and tactical activities of the Air Service in the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I.