Naval Aviation Lessons Learned

Carroll, Thomas; Carmen, Herb; Stokes, Jerry
June 2003
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun2003, Vol. 129 Issue 6, p36
Conference Proceeding
This article focuses on naval aviation lessons learnt from the war between the U.S. and Iraq in 2003. Leadership is important in solving problems. There may be time to do last-minute training and improvement of material condition. Make the best of the time. Teaching aircraft and mission commanders how to make risk-management decisions early is also important. This will build confidence and trust.


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