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" My trial before this court martial is the culmination of the efforts of the General Staff of the Army and the General Board of the Navy... "
Department of Defense and Unification of Air Service: Hearings Before the ... - Page 53
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs - 1926 - 1416 pages
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Peace Insurance

Richard Stockton - United States - 1915 - 214 pages
...an urgent need for a definite military policy in the United States. 1 1. That the recommendations of the General Staff of the Army, and the General Board of the Navy are reasonable and wise. 12. That the men concurring in the ten previous conclusions are of a character...
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Preparedness: The American Versus the Military Programme

William Isaac Hull - United States - 1916 - 271 pages
...preparedness." They are to support the definition of " adequate preparedness" which is provided by the General Staff of the Army and the General Board of the Navy, and are to frown upon any mere civilian endeavor to decide upon so " technical" a question. As business...
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The Michigan Alumnus, Volume 22

Cooking - 1916
...the country the plans of defense which have been worked out by the military advisers, consisting of the general staff of the army and the general board of the navy, and also of making national defense an issue in each congressional district. It is planned to establish...
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The International Military Digest Annual, Volume 3

Edwin Roy Stuart - Military art and science - 1918
...negligible. A joint committee composed of officers from the aeronautical branches of the army and navy, the General Staff of the army and the General Board of the navy, have completed a thoro study of the present status of rigid airships, and have reported that the Zeppelin...
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The World War and Its Consequences: Being Lectures in the Course on ...

William Herbert Hobbs - Europe - 1919 - 446 pages
...by the military situation in the United States °aeM °rd«t or abroad." It becoming known that both the General Staff of the army and the General Board of the navy had submitted reports concerning necessary national defense, the first great congress of the National...
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U.S. Air Services, Volume 11

Aeronautics - 1926
...make no statement, because "my trial before this court-martial is the culmination of the efforts of the general staff of the Army and the general board of the Navy to deprecate the value of airpower and keep it in an auxiliary position which absolutely compromises...
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Report of the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission: Letter from the ...

United States. Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission - 1923 - 75 pages
...the University of Virginia. Finally, the lists as revised by the second committee were referred to the General Staff of the Army and the General Board of the Navy, and then approved by the Commission. The task of selecting the names of commanders was most difficult...
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Everyday Problems of American Democracy

John Thomas Greenan, Albert Barrett Meredith - Economics - 1924 - 506 pages
...War and the Secretary of the Navy, who in turn are guided by the advice of a group of experts called the General Staff of the Army and the General Board of the Navy. The war powers of Congress. By our Constitution the war power is given exclusively to Congress. Congress...
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The North American Review, Volume 219

North American review - 1924
...In addition, Congress should appropriate the necessary funds to carry out the programme laid down by the General Staff of the Army and the General Board of the Navy, designed to ensure us adequate air defenses on land and sea. These necessary duties performed, Congress...
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Inquiry Into Operations of the United States Air Services ..., Parts 3-4

United States. Congress. House. Select committee of inquiry into operations of the United States air services - Aeronautics, Military - 1925
...that have, I think, the other view. The people in responsible authority, in the Army and the Navy, and the General Staff of the Army and the General Board of the Navy have the view I have expressed. I know the opinion of responsible officers in the Navy is that they...
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