The Airplane Observer, The Balloon Observer and the Army Corps Pilot.
Table of Contents: Dedication; Preface; Introductory; The Historical Development of Aerial Observation; The Training of the Airplane Observer; Aerial Observation (General; Infantry Contact Patrol; Reconnaissance; Artillery Reglage; Photography; Photographic Interpretation; Ground Camouflage); The Army Corps Pilot; The Balloon Observer (General; In the Basket); The United States Air Service Before, During, and After the War; Conclusion.
List of Illustrations: The Author; The Observer and His Armament-A.E.F.; Photos Made with Camera Gun; Infantry Contact Patrol; One of Our Own "Archies" In Action; Photographic and Visual Reconnaissances; Artillery Firing at a Target Which It Has Never Seen; A Typical Oblique Photograph; Mosaic Map of the City of Washington, D.C.; Instruction in Mosaics; Photograph of the Moulin de Tous Vents Trenches; Diagram Made from the Above Photograph; Photograph of the St. Etienne Trenches; Diagram Made from the Above Photograph; Photograph pf the Euphrates Trenches; Diagram Made from the Above Photograph; Type "R" Balloon; The Basket of a Caquot; How a Flying Field Looks from the Air.
|Author||Porter, Harold E.|
|Publisher||Harper & Brothers|
|Published Place||New York|