Joint Training for Night Air Warfare
by Brian W. McLean
Publisher: Air University Press 2012
Number of pages: 123
The author's contention is that training for night air operations, particularly with our sister services, is in its infancy. Using his personal experience he sets out to recommend better uses of the training facilities of all the services to improve the situation.
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