A New Twist in Unconventional War Undermining Airpower

Webb, Gary C.
April 2001
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2001, Issue 28, p88
Focuses on the development of unconventional operations targeted at air forces by Baghdad in the war between the U.S. and Iraq. Call for the realization of threat of unconventional warfare against conventional airpower; Task of any would-be challenger of U.S. power; Time-honored method of confronting an enemy with superior military capability.


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