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  • *[[:Category:Aviation Ship (UK)|British Aviation Ships]] *[[Central Power Aviation]]
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  • The position of '''Director of Naval Aviation''' existed in both the [[Royal Navy|Royal]] and [[United States Navy|United Established in 1917, the '''Director of Naval Aviation''' was officially known as the [[Fifth Sea Lord]], as well as by its former
    589 B (93 words) - 09:59, 11 February 2008

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  • |chain=Aviation Ships {{Footer British Aviation Ships}}
    2 KB (320 words) - 12:02, 22 May 2019
  • |chain=Aviation Ships {{Footer British Aviation Ships}}
    9 KB (1,226 words) - 14:08, 13 July 2019
  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...were thwarted by the sort of difficulties that typically mooted such early aviation efforts, in this case, engine and wireless problems. After the battle, she
    3 KB (381 words) - 10:46, 26 February 2019
  • ...8. The decision, while praiseworthy in many ways, strangled British Naval Aviation development for a generation and allowed the [[United States Navy]] and [[I *Layman, R D (1996). ''Naval Aviation in the First World War: Its Impact and Influence''. Annapolis, MD: Naval I
    4 KB (609 words) - 15:02, 30 May 2017
  • ...</ref> "Chief of Naval Air Services,"{{NLNov17|p. 541}} "Director of Naval Aviation,"<ref>''Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation'': [http://www.ra
    4 KB (684 words) - 10:22, 26 October 2020
  • *[[:Category:Aviation Ship (UK)|British Aviation Ships]] *[[Central Power Aviation]]
    874 B (120 words) - 13:38, 14 November 2012
  • ...C.B., M.V.O., Royal Navy (21 November, 1871 &ndash; 23 March, 1932) was an aviation pioneer in the [[Royal Navy]], becoming the first commander of the [[Centra
    7 KB (1,039 words) - 21:03, 27 December 2020
  • ...al Naval Air Service]] - giving due recognition to the importance of naval aviation.
    8 KB (1,264 words) - 10:10, 10 October 2014
  • ...uring the [[First World War]], emerging as one of the pioneers of war-time aviation, before becoming in retirement a politician. ==Association with Aviation==
    11 KB (1,753 words) - 21:04, 27 December 2020
  • ...ertion that Arbuthnot was "without much imagination."<ref>Layman. ''Naval Aviation in the First World War''. p. 38.</ref><ref>Marder. ''From the Dreadnought *Layman, R D (1996). ''Naval Aviation in the First World War: Its Impact and Influence''. London: Chatham Publis
    31 KB (4,866 words) - 21:05, 27 December 2020
  • ..., Royal Air Force (8 October, 1885 &ndash; 10 December, 1970) was an early aviation pioneer who served in the [[Royal Navy]] and [[Royal Naval Air Service]] be ...was appointed to ''Wildfire'' on 11 March, 1911 for a six month course in aviation. He passed for Pilot Aviator on 25 April.<ref>Longmore Service Record. {{
    6 KB (834 words) - 14:47, 12 August 2019
  • ....F.C., R.N. (8 July, 1883 &ndash; 5 February, 1931) was a pioneer of naval aviation in the [[Royal Navy]] and had an exremely active flying career during the [
    14 KB (2,235 words) - 07:58, 3 January 2020
  • ...elopment of U.S. naval aviation. It was also during his tenure that naval aviation found a permanent home in Pensacola, Florida. On 11 February, 1903 he was
    7 KB (1,058 words) - 10:33, 28 June 2020
  • ...ub in 1909, becoming its president, and was a promoter of Scotland's first aviation meeting, held at Lanark in 1910. His charity manifested itself in his servi
    5 KB (777 words) - 10:05, 5 March 2018
  • ...from 1912 to 1915. The Director reported to the [[Board of Admiralty]] on aviation matters, oversaw the [[Admiralty Air Department]] and was effectively in co
    3 KB (417 words) - 15:00, 30 November 2016
  • The position of '''Director of Naval Aviation''' existed in both the [[Royal Navy|Royal]] and [[United States Navy|United Established in 1917, the '''Director of Naval Aviation''' was officially known as the [[Fifth Sea Lord]], as well as by its former
    589 B (93 words) - 09:59, 11 February 2008
  • ...ng various electrical and mechanical instruments, many for road, rail, and aviation use.
    5 KB (757 words) - 21:59, 22 July 2017
  • *Kealy, J. D. F.; Russell, E. C. (1967). ''A History of Canadian Naval Aviation, 1918-1962''. Ottawa: The Naval Historical Section.
    1 KB (196 words) - 06:35, 22 March 2011
  • {{Footer British Aviation Ships}}
    4 KB (500 words) - 09:22, 7 November 2019
  • |chain=Aviation Ships {{Footer British Aviation Ships}}
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