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Airpower in Three Wars

By Momyer, William W.

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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Airpower in Three Wars  
Author: Momyer, William W.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
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Publisher: Air University Press

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Momyer, W. W. (n.d.). Airpower in Three Wars. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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Educational Reference Publication

Excerpt
Excerpt: When I received the request to update my 1978 foreword to this book, I thought it might be useful to give my perspective of some aspects on the employment of airpower in the Persian Gulf War, the Air War over Serbia (Operation Allied Force), and the war in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom). It is not my intent to analyze air operations in these wars but to see if there are trends that might be appropriate for another war. I was particularly interested in the application of established airpower doctrine since I was deeply involved with it throughout my career.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Table of Preface 2003, V - Foreword, Xi - Chapter I: Strategy, 1 - Nuclear Weapons And Tactical Air Forces, 1 - Korean War??A Dilemma, 3 - Yalu?Containment of Migs, 6 - Impact of Korean War, 6 - The French In Indochina, 7 - Seato, 8 - Wars of Liberation, 10 - ?Jungle Jim??First Combat Deployment, 11 - Joint Task Force 116?Response to Crisis In Laos . 12 - A Changing Role?The U.S. to Fight, 14 - Bomb the North??No Agreement, 16 - The Gulf of Tonkin, 17 - Strategy?Retaliatory Attacks In North Vietnam, 17 - Gradual Escalation Replaces Retaliation, 20 - Air Campaign Plan?Proposed, 21 - Ground Forces Deployed??Priority Set, 23 - Request to Strike Airfields Continues, 24 - Strategy Slowly Changes, 26 - Tet?Strategy Changed, 30 - A New Strategy, 34 - Air Strategy Adopted, 36 - Footnotes, 40 - Chapter Ii: Command And Control of Airpower . 43 - Prior to Vietnam War, 43 - North Africa?The Foundation, 43 - Overlord?The Arguments About Command, 50 - Airman?Deputy Theater Commander, 54 - Component Commands?Continuing Issue, 56 - Korea?Structure of A Theater of Operations, 58 - Targeting?Jurisdictional Question, 60 - Operational Control Within Feaf, 61 - Control of Strategic Air Forces In A - Theater of Operations, 62 - Control of Naval Aviation, 63


 

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