Online Book: Airpower in Three Wars – WWII, Korea, Vietnam

An F-14D from VF-213 prepares to refuel over A...

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From Text: Every war has its own characteristics, but a common thread on the employment of airpower seems to emerge. There surfaces a common operational doctrine. To be sure, the tactics were not alike but the results obtained appear very similar. Air superiority made it possible to sustain attacks against the core of the enemy’s strength and ability to wage war and, at the same time,
to support attacks against enemy forces in the field…. More>>

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