By C. Grahamme-White, H. Harper
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A way will have to be found, result THE WAR BY AIR 41 war on the vast modern scale is to be worth while, of gaining rapidly some unqualified suca success so decisive that even the most cess stubborn of enemies must realise that it is fatal if ; to him. Where lies the hope of speedy victory? Can it be gained, say, on land ? In this war we have seen a military machine, the greatest in the history of the world, strive month after month, even year after year, to gain a signal victory somewhere to put at least one And we have of its adversaries out of action.
The necessity for combining these two qualities must, therefore, A certain amount of result in a compromise. sacrificed to armament, and a must be speed certain amount of armament to speed the aim being to have vessels which at any given time are faster, and are armed more powerfully, than those possessed by an enemy. That is the naval ideal; and it must form also, in the future, the ideal of the air service. XII One Machine, One Task In designing aeroplanes for use in war it is unwise, as it would be in naval construction, to endeavour to produce one craft which shall carry out a number of separate tasks.
Machines and weapons, too, have been of low power; while strategy and tactics have been elementary. XXV The Handling of Air Fleets In the future the commander of an air fleet will, of course, have a large number of machines under his command; big, heavily-armed craft, flying at high speeds, and capable not only of manoeuvring either to and fro, or from side to side, as on the sea, but capable also say of ascending to high altitudes, prior to an action immense speeds to gain a tactical The advantage.
Air Power - Naval, Military, Commercial by C. Grahamme-White, H. Harper