Cover: The Evolution of the Airborn Forward Air Controller

The Evolution of the Airborn Forward Air Controller

An Analysis of Mosquito Operations in Korea

Published 1967

by J. A. Farmer, M. J. Strumwasser

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This study is intended to (1) show how a comprehensive airborne FAC program has, in the past, made significant contributions to the successful conduct of a limited war; (2) show how such a program has been designed; and (3) suggest why such an important instrument of tactical air warfare has never attained any permanence in Air Force doctrine or attitudes.

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