Captain Carl H. Amme, Jr., USN.

Graduated from the Naval Academy in the class of 1936, Commander Amme served for 16 months in the Aleutians during 1942-43 in VP- 43, and as Commanding Officer, VP-45. Later he was Operations Officer, Fleet Air Wing 14, and Multi-Engine Training Officer, ComFair West Coast Staff, in 1944. As Executive Officer, he decommissioned the U.S.S. Corregidor in 1946. He obtained his first taste of air transport operations as Commanding Officer, VR-8. After duty on the staff of NATS Pacific Wing and, following the 1948 merger of NATS and ATC, on the staff of MATS Pacific Division, he became executive officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Olathe, Kansas. 

Articles by Carl H. Amme, Jr.

GCA: Sight Without Eyes

By Commander Carl H. Amme, Jr., U.S. Navy
May 1952
Even in clear weather, GCA is better than human eyes! That’s a bald statement which is hard to believe. But there are facts to back it up. Stripped of all ...