The trial of Billy Mitchell
My report is on the trial one of the all-time greatest pilots of the early nineteen-hundreds, Billy Mitchell. Billy became the first uniformed pilot to fly over enemy lines. He commanded one-thousand five-hundred fifty allied planes. He set the air speed record for that period of time of a screaming two-hundred and twenty-four point five miles per hour. He went on trial for speaking out about the Navy.
Mitchell promised Congress, and the rest of the world, as well as the Army that him and all of his men would be the first to sink a battleship. No airplane had ever crippled a bat…
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