American Warplanes – Interwar Aircraft (1919–1938) — Weapons and Warfare

Upon the conclusion of the First World War in November 1918, the Air Service had in its possession approximately 7,900 aircraft, of which less than 1,000 had seen operational service in France. The majority of the wartime-acquired planes would be sold as surplus, with some placed into storage. All existing factory contracts for new aircraft were cancelled.

American Warplanes – Interwar Aircraft (1919–1938)

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