Airpower in the Gulf

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Aerospace Education Foundation, 1992 - History - 223 pages
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Except for the last 100 hours, the Gulf War of 1991 was an air campaign, one of the most successful in history. Veteran fighter pilot Jim Coyne conducted a year of intensive research, interviewing 200 key participants to tell the real story of how the Desert Storm air war was planned, fought & won. Includes photos, maps, charts & complete chronology of the air war. Many first-person accounts of combat. For more information or to order, call or write to: The Aerospace Education Foundation; 1501 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22209-1198; (703) 247-5839.

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