By Charles J. Gross
Книга American army Aviation: The crucial Arm American army Aviation: The necessary Arm Книги Вооружение Автор: Charles J.Gross Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат.:Texas A&M collage Press Страниц: 392 Размер: 4.36 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Since the Wright brothers made their well-known flight at Kitty Hawk in 1903, aviation has emerged because the critical arm of yank army energy. during this certain background, Charles J. Gross lines its improvement from the Wright brothers' conquer gravity throughout the air conflict for Kosovo. Drawing on examples from all classes and all carrier branches, he explains the jobs of politics, economics, and expertise in shaping air strength within the US military and assesses the influence of army aviation on war. Gross discusses significant advancements in airplane, doctrine, education, and operations. He additionally presents discussions of airlift, in-flight refueling, army budgets, undefined, and interservice squabbling. He examines Eisenhower's "New glance" and MAD (Mutually guaranteed Destruction); McNamara's attempt to exploit "commonality" of kit to chop bills; Kennedy's buildup of the army; the Nixon Doctrine and the failure of air energy to unravel the lengthy drawn-out clash in Southeast Asia; and the becoming reliance on American air strength within the post-Cold battle global. This illustrated quantity deals a vast background of yank army aviation. army execs, students, coverage makers, and most people may still locate this publication a useful consultant to the "indispensable arm."
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