Preservation of Tactical Air Combat Potential in Western Europe

Guided Missile Defense Potential

by R. E. Tuck

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An investigation of surface-to-air guided missiles as a means of augmenting Allied tactical air bases in Western Europe from 1955 to 1958. In particular, Nike I is discussed in connection with its compatibility, deployment, and kill potential in this area.

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