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The Quest for Relevant Air Power

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The Quest for Relevant Air Power
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Publisher: AU Press
ISBN-13: 9781585662166
Number of pages: 426

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Christian Anrig examines the responses of France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden to the challenges of air power in the last two decades, His examination is both instructive and disheartening. Anyone who is detailed to work alongside these air forces will benefit considerably from understanding how and why they do what they do.

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