Dating of navy orders ww2
The US Navy was with Japan and Great Britain, was a pioneer in the development of the naval air service.
Lieutenant Eugene Ely (1886-1911) successfully attempted take-offs from warships such as the USS Birmingham (1910), or landings on the USS Pennsylvania (1911).
USA’s enormous industrial power, already mobilized for the production of materials used in Europe by warring parties, was also used for mass production of cargo ships, destroyers and patrol vessels, many of which were still operational by 1941.
Pearl Harbor was going to be the earthquake that upset this state of affairs.On the original plan (pre-washington treaty) from 1919 to 1923, the US Navy consisted of 6 battleships, 10 light cruisers, an aircraft carrier, 274 destroyers, and 51 submersibles.Six new battleships were scheduled of the South Dakota class, as well as the six battle cruisers of the Lexington class.When the war ended in November 1918, it had added to an already impressive navy, many new ships.This vision of naval power has been largely carried out by President Theodore Roosevelt, with thinkers like Alfred Thayer Mahan and competent, active secretaries of state.
These pioneering attempts, at a time when aviation was stammering, were fatal to him.