William T. Larkins's illustrated surveys of Navy and Marine Corps aircraft remain two of the most valuable books
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William T. Larkins's illustrated surveys of Navy and Marine Corps aircraft remain two of the most valuable books about these airplanes ever written. These two volumes have become classics eagerly sought by aviation buffs worldwide. The criteria against which serious aviation research is measured, they remain the definitive record of the formative years for Navy and Marine Corps aviation. Larkins's emphasis is on squadron use, experimental and one-of-a-kind types, insignia, colors and marking schemes, technical innovations, and the service duty and tactical deployment of the various aircraft.