Trends in the Global Balance of Airpower
Jan 1, 1995
Is U.S. Dominance Open to Challenge?
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Influenced by the prominent role of airpower in the coalition victory in the 1991 Gulf War, current U.S. national security strategy emphasizes the use of airpower in possible future conflicts with regional powers.
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