WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Navy has released online its recently-published, two-volume history of U.S. naval aviation.
“United States Naval Aviation 1910–2010” by Mark L. Evans and Roy A. Grossnick is the Naval History and Heritage Command’s fourth update to the original history, which was initiated in 1960.
That first issue celebrated the first 50 years of United States naval aviation and this two-volume set commemorates the centenary.
The latest update breaks U.S. naval aviation history into two volumes: Chronology and Statistics.
This and other free Naval History and Heritage Command publications can be found here.
Hard bound copies of the book are available from the Government Publishing Office Website.