Mark C. Wilkins is an historian, writer, lecturer, and museum professional. He has been director & curator of both the Cape Cod Maritime Museum and The Atwood House Museum (Chatham Historical Society), and has worked for the Smithsonian Institution & Mystic Seaport. Mark is a published author of books and articles relating to maritime and aviation history. Mark is a contributor to Smithsonian's Air & Space Magazine and Aviation History magazine. Mr. Wilkins has an A.L.M. in history from Harvard University, and is the historical consultant and producer of aerial effects for the Lafayette Escadrille Documentary Film.
"... this book provides a trailblazing description of the creation
of the new medical science of 'air neurosis.' It is recommended
reading for anyone interested in the birth of airpower."-- "Air
"This book helps fill in some of the gaps in our knowledge of flying neuroses... For those interested in gaining a better understanding of flying as it really existed in 1914-1918, this book is recommended."-- "Over the Front"
"This is an interesting introduction to a deep and complicated subject."-- "Flying in Ireland"