Air Control: Strategy for a Smaller United States Air Force

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In 1921 as England faced severe financial pressures resulting from the economic strain of World War I, the British government sought a military strategy for policing its newly acquired Middle East mandates. After a successful demonstration of airpower's effectiveness in Somaliland, the British adopted and implemented an air control strategy in Mesopotamia, Transjordan, Palestine, and Aden. Until 1936 air control was the military strategy for those areas. Air control changed the central notion of military strategy in that ...

Air Control: Strategy for a Smaller United States Air Force 2012, Biblioscholar

ISBN-13: 9781249328063

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Air Control: Strategy for a Smaller United States Air Force 2012, Biblioscholar

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