Protecting U.S. Power to Strike Back in the 1950s and 1960s
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This study seeks to reduce the vulnerability of U.S. Air Force long-range bombers based in the United States. It recommends 50 interdependent measures to increase the probability and amount of warning available to Strategic Air Command, the number of aircraft able to escape attack, and Strategic Air Command's ability to recover after an enemy attack.
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