By John F Kreis
From the earliest improvement of strive against aviation, the safety and endured working potency of proven bases assured the profitable software of air energy in glossy army campaigns. the criteria affecting this defense are many and sundry. they're explored intimately during this selection of stories drawn from American and overseas adventure relationship from global conflict I to the Arab-Israeli clash of 1973. John F. Kreis accomplished this quantity whereas assigned to the exact experiences department, place of work of Air strength heritage. A graduate of Williamette college, Mr. Kreis additionally earned a grasp of Arts measure in background in 1975 on the collage of Delaware. As an Air strength officer he really good in air base safeguard and security. As a part of his training for paintings during this box, he graduated from the Federal Bureau of research nationwide Academy at Quantico, Virginia
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AIR BASE AIR DEFENSE tems were poor. The Japanese fire control system was manually operated, based upon sound detection, and comparable to an American system that became obsolete in 1930. In the field, the Japanese assigned these weapons to armies and corps and deployed them where the situation demanded. Despite the shortcomings of the equipment, the 20-mm and 25-mm weapons and machine guns and small arms threw up a heavy curtain of fire through which low level attackers had to pass to reach a target.
2 6 Japanese Defense By 1939, while many countries were making technological progress in antiaircraft protection, the Japanese lagged badly. An insular nation, protected from air assault by vast oceans and control of Korea and portions of China, Japan did not realize the full importance of modern tactical air defense systems. Most Japanese AA weapons were designed and introduced to service in the 1920s and early 1930s. 7-mm machine gun, first used in 1939, and two types of 40-mm guns captured from the Dutch and British in 1941 and 1942.
Most Japanese AA weapons were designed and introduced to service in the 1920s and early 1930s. 7-mm machine gun, first used in 1939, and two types of 40-mm guns captured from the Dutch and British in 1941 and 1942. 7-mm machine guns usable only against low level attacks. The machine guns all had maximum ranges of 5,000 to 6,000 feet with effective ranges of 2,000 to 2,400 feet. Their basic heavy weapon was a 75-mm low velocity gun supported by 20-mm and 25-mm cannon. The Japanese also had some mobile 88-mm guns, but both their equipment and control sys36 Japanese 20-mm antiaircraft on traverse mount.
Air warfare and air base air defense, 1914-1973 by John F Kreis