New York: The Century Co. 1918. First Edition. , 298 pages. 9 x 12 inches. Publisher's tan cloth printed in blue and red. Upper corner bumped, overall wear to the binding. A worn exlibrary copy with the usual markings, properly withdrawn. A sound reading copy. A nice bonus is a bookseller's book shop label from the Aeronautic Library Inc. Book Ship on Madison in New York City. Nicely illustrated. Good. Cloth. 
"One of the purposes of this book si to make available to our prospective American aviators the educational information regarding the manner in which aviators fight the enemy - information which the enemy gets whenever Allied aviators are brought down and printed instructions are found on them, and by daily observations of what the Allied aviators do."
A wealth of useful information about military tactics fo the time. Select Chapter titles: "The Warplane for bombing and torpedo attacks", "Directing Artillery Fire by Night and Day Signaling to and from Aircraft", Kite Ballons the Eyes of the Artillery", "Aero photography", "Night Flying", "Military Aerostatics", "Hydrogen for Military Purposes," etc.