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Airpower and Ground Armies : Essays on the Evolution of Anglo-American Air Doctrine, 1940-1943

By Daniel R. Mortensen, ed.

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Reproduction Date: 10/12/2012

Title: Airpower and Ground Armies : Essays on the Evolution of Anglo-American Air Doctrine, 1940-1943  
Author: Daniel R. Mortensen, ed.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Military
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Publisher: Air University Press
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Mortensen, D. R. (Ed.). (n.d.). Airpower and Ground Armies : Essays on the Evolution of Anglo-American Air Doctrine, 1940-1943. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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It was inevitable that the airman’s perspective regarding the employment of airpower in an operational theater would surface in North Africa, the first major American offensive of World War II. The North Africa experience provided a model for the organization and employment of tactical airpower in subsequent campaigns in Europe, Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf War. In each of these campaigns, planners have continued to refine, expand, and improve the effectiveness of tactical air support for all forces in a theater. Differences in opinion on the employment of forces will continue among air, ground, and sea commanders in combat situations. However, when the overall commander in the theater makes a decision on the strategy and priority of operations, the air component commander must and will apply his forces in accordance with that decision.

Table of Contents
GETTING TOGETHER...................................1 Vincent Orange A GLIDER IN THE PROPWASH OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE?..........................................30 David R. Mets THE LEGEND OF LAURENCE KUTER............64 Daniel R. Mortensen PATTON AND WEYLAND...........................100 David Spires APPENDIX...............................................108 BIBLIOGRAPHY......................................124

 

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