WWII's 16th Photo Tech: A Project. By Theresa Everline.

November 30, 2009

Aerial reconnaissance history: A good find

Filed under: Military reconnaissance — Theresa Everline @ 1:19 pm

I’ve started to read Unarmed and Unafraid: The First Complete History of the Men, Missions, Training and Techniques of Aerial Reconnaissance, a 1970 book by Glenn Infield. Check out my Military Reconnaissance page to read about the Wile E. Coyote-esque attempts by balloonists to to useful during the Civil War.

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  1. This is Larry Harms. My father Merton Harms was attached to the Blue Train. Is anyone still doing research on this? larry.harms@comcast.net

    Comment by Larry Harms — December 14, 2018 @ 10:58 pm

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