ⓘ Category:United States Army Air Forces lists

1919 United States Army Air Service aircraft designation system

From 1919 until 1924, the United States Army Air Service used a system to designate the types of aircraft it was operating, based on role and specific characteristics of the aircraft. When first instituted, Roman numerals were used to number the designations in use. These numerals were only applied to the first 15 types before being abandoned. Air-cooled and Water-cooled refer to the engines installed, while Pursuit was the name given to fighter aircraft in the US Army, at that time. The system was replaced by the 1924 United States Army Air Service aircraft designation system.

                                     

ⓘ United States Army Air Forces lists

  • The United States Army Air Forces USAAF or AAF was the aerial warfare service component of the United States Army and de facto aerial warfare service
  • This is a list of United States Army Air Forces B - 24 Liberator combat units during World War II including variants and other historical information. Heavy
  • reorganization of Wings and Numbered Air Forces Numbered air forces began as named organizations in the United States Army Air Corps before World War II. The
  • the United States Army Air Forces Second Air Force is as follows: Heavy Bombardment Training Stations Ainsworth Army Air Field Alamogordo Army Air Field
  • From 1919 until 1924, the United States Army Air Service used a system to designate the types of aircraft it was operating, based on role and specific
  • The United States Army USA is the land warfare service branch of the U.S. Armed Forces It is one of the eight U.S. uniformed services, and is designated
  • is a list of United States Army Air Forces reconnaissance units, primarily operating during World War II. The subsequent United States Air Force unit lineage
  • the United States Army Air Forces First Air Force is as follows: Tactical Airfields Charleston Army Air Base Dover Air Force Base Fort Dix Army Air Base
  • The list of Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces Fourth Air Force is as follows: Tactical Airfields Bellingham International Airport Blythe Airport
  • Air Materiel Command AMC was a United States Army Air Forces and United States Air Force command. Its headquarters was located at Wright - Patterson Air
  • The Air Defense Artillery branch is the branch of the United States Army that specializes in anti - aircraft weapons such as surface to air missiles In
  • Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces Third Air Force is as follows: Tactical Airfields Dale Mabry Army Airfield Dyersburg Army Air Base Hattiesburg