The disposal of military aircraft

Warner, Edward P (Massachusetts Inst. of Tech)
September 1922

The end of the war saw every belligerent with vast stocks of aircraft and aircraft supplies in all stages of usefulness, much of the material being absolutely new. The question of the best method of getting rid of this accumulation is one which has been agitating those responsible for its disposal for more than three years now, but no wholly satisfactory solution has yet been reached.

An Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file of the entire report: