The Air Service, United States Army (also seen as the U.S. Air Service or simply the Air Service) was a forerunner of the United States Air Force during and after World War I. It was established as an independent but temporary wartime branch of the War Department by two executive orders of President Woodrow Wilson: on May 24, 1918, replacing the Aviation Section, U.S.
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