Master of Airpower
The life and times of Carl A. Tooey Spaatz and the institutional evolution of the US Air force are irrevocably intertwined. His career began in the earliest days of military aviation, continued through two world wars, and culminated in his being chosen in 1947 as the first Chief of Staff of the newly independent Air Force. Despite his administrative, organizational, and combat genius, Spaatz remains one of the least known and least understood flyers of his era.... A massive history of World War II and a fine biography of one of its foremost commanders, Master of Airpower is required reading for those who know, or would like to know, the way things were in the Air Force of yesterday".
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