Sending 'em where you need 'em

Dendy IV, John B.
April 2000
Airman;Apr2000, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p6
Deals with the views of United States (US) Air Force Colonel Gerald Yearsley on aerospace expeditionary forces (AEF). Advantages of AEF to US aerospace military forces; Comparison between the US air force deployment system in the past and the AEF.


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