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Gulf War Air Power Survey: Summary Report
Thomas A. Keaney (au); Eliot A. Cohen (au). From 16 Jan. through 28 Feb. 1991, the U.S. & its allies conducted one of the most operationally successful wars in history, a conflict in which air operations played a preeminent role. This report captures the key findings of the 10 reports of the Survey. It proves an executive summary of each report & asks questions that cut across each of the reports: what was the air campaign plan, & what did it accomplish? what was the role of intelligence? who ran the air war? what were the conditions in the theater? what were the instruments of air power? what supported the air power? which technologies worked? Photos.
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