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This pilotless 1 > concerned, during the period up to 1943 the life-line with America was all-important and the battle against German surface raiders became an one to win as quickly as possible. Unfortunately submarines and single surface vessels are extremely difficult to find once they are at sea, so air observation of their ports, supply points and routes is obviously vital. During the battle of the Atlantic (1939-43), aircraft contributed in no small measure to the final Allied victory, and although their more aggressive roles will be dealt with later, their ability to keep track of enemy vessels does need to be mentioned now.
A Reconnaissance and observation airfield in Cuba with Soviet-built fighters on dispersal points along the main strip. ^^1 dSj t CRATES Hb^y%1H[Hpl ^AjSONs Kij^SHBED^ Captain Piazza of the Italian air service. In 1911, he demonstrated the military potential of aircraft both as scouts and reconnaissance craft and for battlefield interdiction attacking reinforcements and supplies in operations against the Turks. Despite the rather negative conclusions reached so far, there can be little doubt that air power has revolution- gave the ized warfare during the present century, chiefly by Tripoli in 1911, accept claims adding third dimension a which new offers entirely concepts and capabilities to those involved in the management of organized conflict.
There quickly sides to realize that it developed the concept of the interceptor, or fighter armed with machine-guns, which could shoot aircraft, enemy reconnaissance/observation machines out sky before they could report what they had of the seen. Rather than risk losing such a valuable source of information in this way, it became usual for reconnaissance aircraft and observation balloons to be protected from the fighters another fighter ? - and By 1916 it what better weapon than had become normal for all reconnaissance/observation missions to be protected and combat between protecting and attacking fighters to take place.
Strategy & Tactics of Air Warfare by John Pimlott