Approved | | Biography, Drama, War
A dramatization of the American general and his court martial for publically complaining about High Command's dismissal and neglect of the aerial fighting forces.
Gen. Frank R. McCoy, one of the court-martial's judges, served as a pallbearer at Mitchell's funeral in 1935, ten years after the trial.
Admiral William S. Sims:
The Navy hasn't got any policy on flying, they are ignoring the aeroplane in hopes that it will just go away.
As Mitchell enters his Washington DC hotel, the ease with which he carries his suitcase and moves it around makes it obvious that it is empty.