Brassey's Air Combat Reader

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Philip Handleman, Walter J. Boyne
Potomac Books, Inc., 2005 - Air warfare - 339 pages
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The acclaimed anthology with contributions from best-selling authors Walter J. Boyne, Eddie Rickenbacker, and Robert Mason
 

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Contents

Introduction
WORLD WAR I
1The Machine Gun Takes Wings 1915
2A BuzzSaw in the Air
3Downing My First Hun
4Dave Ingalls the Naval Ace
WORLD WAR II
5Man Does Not Die
16Wabash Cannonballs
17The Bombing Campaign and Dick Wyman
18The Inferno
MIDDLE EAST CONFLICTS
19The Six Day War
20Across the Line of Death
THE PERSIAN CULF WAR
21Which Technologies Worked?

6Baders Bailout
7The Ace
8English Channel Collision
9TempsfordNew Secrets MacRoberts Reply and Gelsenkirchen
10Nothing to Do but Keep Going
11Turn on the Lights
THE KOREAN WAR
12MiG Alley
13A Typical FighterInterceptor Mission in Korea
14War Fighting Is Not Much Fun
THE VIETNAM WAR
15la Drang Valley and Holidays
22Command and Control
23Strike Eagles to the Rescue
THE ART AND SCIENCE OF AIR WARFARE
24An Independent Air Force
25The Defense Against Aircraft
26Fighter Missions
27Air Superioritythe Concept
28The Future of Air Combat Technology
Index
About the Editors
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