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Why Hellcat Coffee Is Different

Why are we different? We purchase very high end Green Coffee Beans that are grown , and harvested in areas over 1400 meters handled by select local farmers, picked, washed, and shipped to us. We purchase based on proper harvesting times that are approved by the FDA. Hellcat Coffee Blends are always Fresh Roasted to Proper Temperatures, Purchased, Tested, Cupped, Tasted, and Proven before we release it to our coffee customers.

Steven Bohman

I’ve been performing live country music, working late nights getting the worst coffee you can imagine at 2:30 AM. I Started 20+ Years ago and as a result of getting crappy coffee, I began with primitive means and methods and slowly worked my way through the coffee industry. It’s a battle competing against the notorious Big Brands but I’m committed to providing better quality at affordable price, and Local Delivery Services. We Do Not Grind Coffee due to losing it’s freshness, so you’ll need a grinder. They are affordable however, the better your grinder, the better your coffee will taste.

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Hellcat Coffee Roasters Remembers The Fallen!

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Did You Know, More Than 7,086,206 Soldiers Have Died Since 1775

Air Warfare of World War II

The air warfare of World War II was a major component in all theaters and, together with anti-aircraft warfare, consumed a large fraction of the industrial output of the major powers. Germany and Japan depended on air forces that were closely integrated with land and naval forces; the Axis powers downplayed the advantage of fleets of strategic bombers, and were late in appreciating the need to defend against Allied strategic bombing. By contrast, Britain and the United States took an approach that greatly emphasized strategic bombing, and (to a lesser degree) tactical control of the battlefield by air, as well as adequate air defenses. Both Britain and the U.S. built a strategic force of large, long-range bombers that could carry the air war to the enemy’s homeland. Simultaneously, they built tactical air forces that could win air superiority over the battlefields, thereby giving vital assistance to ground troops. The U.S. and Royal Navy also built a powerful naval-air component based on aircraft carriers, as did Japan; these played the central role in the war at sea.

Pre-war planning

Before 1939, all sides operated under largely theoretical models of air warfare. Italian theorist Giulio Douhet in the 1920s summarized the faith that airmen during and after World War I developed in the efficacy of strategic bombing. Many said it alone could win wars,[2] as “the bomber will always get through“. The Americans were confident that the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber could reach targets, protected by its own weapons, and bomb, using the Norden bombsight, with “pickle barrel” accuracy.[3] Japanese aviation pioneers felt that they had developed the finest naval aviators in the world.