Aerospace power: the case for indivisible application
Grover E. Myers, Air University (U.S.). Center for Aerospace Doctrine, Research, and Education, Air University (U.S.). Press
Air University Press, 1986 - Law - 86 pages
Major Myers offers a serious alternative to "aerospace folklore." He proposes an indivisible airpower concept and argues that it would result in a far more flexible aerospace force structure7one that gets the most from our increasingly expensive and limited assets and applies the right force at the right place at the right time.
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