3 edition of Operating equipment for U. S. army observation balloons. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||UG643 .A5 1921|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||war21000042|
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This publication is an extract from FM Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad. It provides the tactical standing operating procedures for infantry platoons and squads. The procedures apply unless a leader makes a decision to deviate from them based on the factors of METT-T. In such a case, the exception applies only to the particular situation for which the leader made the decision. On one occasion, she towed one of Lowe's balloons for 13 miles (21 kilometers) at an altitude of 1, feet ( meters) while Lowe made continuous observations. On August 3, , LaMountain used the deck of the small vessel Fanny to launch an observation balloon 2, feet ( meters) over the .
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Operating equipment for U. army observation balloons Item Preview Operating equipment for U. army observation balloons by United States. Army. Air corps. [from old catalog] Publication date Pages: Military observation balloons (captive and free) a complete treatise on their manufacture, equipment, inspection, and handling, with special instructions for the training of a field balloon company.
[Emil Joseph Widmer] "Based on the balloon manual of the German army."--Publisher's note. Description: vii, pages including frontispiece.
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Military observation balloons (captive and free), a complete treatise on their manufacture, equipment, inspection, and handling, with special instructions for the training of a field balloon company.
[Emil Joseph Widmer] "Based on the balloon manual of the German army."--Publisher's note. Description: vii, pages including frontispiece. Military observation balloons (captive and free) a complete treatise on their manufacture, equipment, inspection, and handling, with special instructions for the training of a field balloon company.
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Both men also employed balloons as aerial observation platforms for the Union army. Aeronauts used their balloons in free flights and in tethered ascents.U.S. Army Airship Service C-6 motorized observation balloon at Scott Field, late s. The suspended engine-equipped crew car, not the entire balloon, was made by St.
Louis Aircraft As Congress refused to authorize expenditures for Army airships but did allow funding of observation balloons the army resurrected the "Motorized Observation.U. S. Dept of the Army. Field manual. List and index of Department of the Army publications. Ap p. UA13 FM Apr.
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