Air warfare in the missile age

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Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002 - History - 337 pages
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Lon O. Nordeen has completely updated his 1985 chronicle of military aviation's evolving role in warfare, now covering the major conflicts of the past four decades. He presents the historical and political background of each conflict and includes in-depth discussions of the aircraft, weapons, tactics, training, new systems, and other factors that influenced the outcome of each war. New and existing chapters have been enhanced with information based on recently declassified materialespecially regarding Vietnamand new sources in Egypt, Israel, and the former Soviet Union. As "smart" bombs have become more successful in reducing the risks for pilots and frontline troops, air-missile warfare has become the central player in military conflicts.Air Warfare in the Missile Age, Second Edition,is a valuable resource for understanding the evolution of modern air warfare.

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Contents

Rolling Thunder North Vietnam 19641968
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Linebacker and Linebacker II The Vietnam Conflict 19711973
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The Battle for Kashmir The IndoPakistan Conflict 1965
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