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Coalition Warfare : Considerations for the Air Component Commander

By Major Peter C. Hunt, USAF

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Title: Coalition Warfare : Considerations for the Air Component Commander  
Author: Major Peter C. Hunt, USAF
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Air Force
Collections: History, Science Fiction Collection, Military Science, Authors Community, Naval Science, Bibliography, Literature
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Publisher: Air University Press
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C. Hunt, Usa, M. P. (n.d.). Coalition Warfare : Considerations for the Air Component Commander. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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This thesis focuses on operational-level coalition air force interactions in three conflicts: the Korean War (1950–53), the Persian Gulf War (1990–91), and the Balkan Air Campaign (1992–95). The capability that coalition air forces offer usually benefits the overall effort, while each member’s diverging desires (or will) can degrade overall unity of effort. Analysis of the three conflicts presented here suggests several coalition considerations for air component commanders. Because each case in this thesis had unique elements that may have affected the coalition, a comparison of these elements may also reveal considerations which are important to the air component commander. Finally, the current US programs to train joint force air component commanders and operational-level staffs show promising trends for improving our ability to operate within a coalition.

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION . . . . 1 THE KOREAN WAR . . . . . . 7 THE PERSIAN GULF WAR . . . . . . 23 THE BALKAN AIR CAMPAIGN . . . . 37 CONCLUSIONS . . . . . 51 BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . . 61

 
 



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