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A accomplished account of the contributions and barriers of air energy within the Persian Gulf warfare. beneficial properties 32 pages of newly published images.
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S. S. commercial airlines. Its role and performance during ODS will be discussed later in this chapter. l l Many data tables provided to us by MAC used 30-day periods to normalize comparisons benveen Aviation Week & Space Technology, September 9, 1991, p. 49. 9The KC-] 0 is a combined tanker and airlifter, based on the civilian DC-l O. At the time of ODS, the KC-lOs were assigned to SAC. lOWe shall use "CRAF" as a shorthand for both CRAF-activated aircraft and aircraft volunteered by 7 Most naval and many air units deployed their assigned personnel in unit aircraft and ships.
S. Air Power in the Gulf War Pacific Rim. This joint planning, however, focused on the first phase of war, with a series of strikes on littoral targets (or targets of naval interest) over a short period of time. ) Also see Stuart Ramsdell, "Trip Report," letter to the Director, Navy Historical Center, 14 May 199 1 . S. Naval Institute Proceedings) providing a lively forum for the discussion of professional issues, has developed few theorists of air power or naval air power. 28 Winnefeld and Johnson (1993), pp.
There was no center of gravity theory such as Warden's and no unity of theater air command theory such as Cardwell 'sP The Navy was optimized by theory and doctrine more for the extremes-not the middle-of the combat spectrum. Its maritime strategy postured it conceptually to strike at the flanks of the Soviet Union at one extreme, and to conduct short-duration contingency operations against Third World adversaries at the other. Left out was dealing with a sustained air cam paign against enemy strategic targets and providing air support to a large ground force in battle.
A League of Airmen: U.S. Air Power in the Gulf War (Project Air Force) by James A. Winnefeld, Dana J. Johnson, Preston Niblack