Precision engagement

Lynchard, Tech. Sgt. Marvin
January 1999
Airman;Jan1999, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p8
Focuses on the United States Air Force's ability to execute precision engagements during air strikes. Demonstration of the ability in September 1995 to end Bosnia's civil war; Importance of the ability in limiting possible civilian casualties; Benefits of precision engagement.


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