Air Power 1914-2019 – How to rule the Sky

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How to rule the sky! This video provides a fundamental understanding of Air Power and its 4 primary roles: control of the sky, intelligence & awareness, attack and mobility. Providing examples from the First and Second World War, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Six Days War, Desert Storm, the US Invasion of Panama and Iraq (2003). It also discusses the limitations of Air Power, drones, satellites, the OODA Loop and Trenchard Model.

Disclaimer: I received a complementary copy of Olsen, John Andreas (ed.): Airpower Applied. U.S., NATO, and Israeli Combat Experience. Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Maryland, US, 2017 from Naval Institute Press.

Special thanks to vonKickass for improving the Thumbnail.

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Disclaimer: I received a complementary copy of this book for content production by Naval Institute Press.

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