Rear Admiral Quackenbush concentrates on his experiences as a Naval aviator and as director of Navy Photography during World War II. He describes photographic activities during the 1930s, attendance at Engish photo interpretation school in 1941, American deficiences in photo interpretation, photo intelligence work at Guadalcanal and elsewhere in the South Pacific, atomic tests at Bikini, Antarctic expedition "Highjump," and Arctic expedition. Other duty experiences include commands aboard the Midway and the Randolph (1951-1953), duty at Paris (1954-1955), and as commander and chief of SOPAC.
Gift of Robert S. Quakenbush, Jr.
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