Airpower in the Gulf
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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Airpower Opens the
A Line in the Sand
The Awesome Weapons
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An embassy at war: politics and diplomacy behind the Gulf War
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