Air interdiction in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam: an interview with Earle E. Partridge, Jacob E. Smart, and John W. Vogt, Jr
Office of Air Force History, U.S. Air Force, 1986 - Air interdiction - 105 pages
Tre flyvergeneraler, der har deltaget i kamphandlinger som unge piloter, stabsofficerer og som flyverchefer, taler om air interdiction og peger på den lære, der kan drages af erfaringerne.
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