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Encyclopedia > Air Craft Marine Engineering

ACME (Air Craft Marine Engineering) was a short-lived US aircraft manufacturer based in Van Nuys, California. It was established in 1954 to develop an amphibious fighter aircraft for the USAF, the ACME Anser.

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Naval Aviation in World War I (9151 words)
When the call came in April 1917, one air station was operating, 48 aviators and students were available; 54 aircraft were on hand, but none of them had been designed for the work that would be required.
By war's end, Navy and Marine Corps squadrons had organized the Northern Bombing Group which was preparing a round-the-clock air campaign which would have been the first strictly American air offensive of the war.
When hostilities ceased, the Navy and Marine Corps aviators were using 27 bases in Europe, two in Canada, one in the Canal Zone, one in the Azores, and 12 in the United States.
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