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Eagle Eyes by Jeannette Remak (eBook)


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Eagle Eyes—the Development of Aerial Reconnaissance in the United States encompasses the amazing history of how the U.S. developed its most potent weapon, along with the aircraft, methods and tools that carried the load. Beginning with the start of the Civil War and the use of balloons as a method of finding out what the enemy was doing, aerial reconnaissance came into its own. The U.S. learned much of what it needed from the British Intelligence during WWI and WWII. From there, the United States developed its awe inspiring tactics of how to get the “goods” on the enemy. 

Through WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the current hot bed of the Mid-East, aerial reconnaissance has been the means to a most critical end. Eagle Eyes explores the development of not only the aircraft, but the methods for image interpretation. Cameras, film T.V. and satellites are all a part of this mosaic of U.S. Intelligence gathering. It also looks at the very near future of the next high speed, stealth aircraft and how drones developed from a loitering camera in the sky, to a killing machine. 

Eagle Eyes is a fascinating look at a critical and important part of the U.S. intelligence gathering operations.


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Military Aviation History
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