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From this Peninsula, a great percentage of aircraft factories, munition factories, industrial centers, and automobile factories will be within a radius of action of long distance aerial bombardment. 13 Clearly, the ideas associated with the Air Corps Tactical School a decade later had some of their roots in the thinking of Mitchell and those around him. Air Superiority Mitchell was consistent in asserting that air superiority was a prerequisite for other military operations. In the general sense, he agreed with both Douhet and Trenchard in this.
3. Maj Henry H. Arnold, San Francisco, to Brig Gen William Mitchell, letter, subject: Appreciation (Arnold’s enthusiasm regarding Mitchell’s success in the bombings), 10 August 1921. 4. An attempt was made in the 1950s by Mitchell’s son and was supported by Gen Carl Spaatz to have the verdict of the court-martial reversed, but it was denied. See James H. Douglas, secretary of the Air Force, memorandum to chairman, Air Force Board for Correction of Military Records, subject: Application of Mr. , 4 March 1958, 912–28.
As noted earlier, Mitchell’s most prominent arguments in the 1920s focused on the use of airpower in lieu of naval power in the coastal defense mission. It came to a crisis in the latter half of 1925 with Mitchell’s court-martial and his later resignation. Meanwhile, President Calvin Coolidge convened the Morrow Board to consider the problem of aviation. For the most part, the board concluded that the ideas of Mitchell were not well founded and that the threat to American security was remote. It rejected most of Mitchell’s ideas, though it did recommend a substantial buildup of airpower in the US services.