The Evolution of Air Assault

Dougherty, Kevin J.
July 1999
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Summer99, Issue 22, p51
Discusses the inadequacy for past-faced operations on military aviation allocations to light infantry divisions in the U.S. Need to strengthen battlefield agility to achieve full spectrum dominance; Focus of the aerial mobility developments of Army on the airborne division; Emphasis given by the Army on air cavalry role.


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