The maiden issue of the Airpower Journal. It features topics introducing and revisiting airpower. It includes some of the airmen and airwomen’s experiences, hence, acknowledging their respective roles in the development of airpower concepts.This will feature timely and relevant topics and will always emphasize the function and significance of airpower in our Nation’s survival and development.
The use of Aerogramme started during the Second World War when Lieutenant Colonel R. E. Evans proposed its use during his stint as Assistant Director of the Army Postal Service Middle East Force (MEF). His idea was to employ a lightweight self-sealing letter card to be adopted by the British Army for air mail purposes. The personal nature of this mail matter ensured its popularity among its users and its lightness, made it a very useful tool of communication among contemporary civilian air letter senders and the British Military “BLUEY”.