Strategy,air Strike and Small Nations

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Strategy,air Strike and Small Nations

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Published by Air Powers Studies Centre, Fairbairn ACT Australia (1999)
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Book Description Air Powers Studies Centre, Fairbairn ACT Australia, 1999. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Book has an ownership plate to the title page otherwise in very nice and lightly read condition. Militarily subordinated by greater partners within the settings of colonialism, Cold War and UN coalition, small modern nations have developed offensive air power capabilities predominantly geared for the ¿fielded¿ battles of land, sea and air. ¿Strategic bombing¿ against the enemy¿s very will and capacity for war has remained the exclusive franchise of greater nations. Within superpower-led coalition, the traditional small nation focus arguably remains adequate. In the post-Cold War environment, however, as planners increasingly consider the absence of superpower intervention in regional dispute, attention must be directed at understanding the greater air power potentials of individual small nations and non-superpower coalitions. What is the essence of strategic bombing? Is it within the reach of small modern nation offensive air power? Or are the demands of mass, tempo and sustainability - so characteristic of the century¿s classic strategic bombing campaigns - disqualifiers for small players? (Rear Cover). Seller Inventory # 019685

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Book Description Air Power Studies Centre, Australia, 1999. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 204 indexed pages including bibliography. Militarily subordinated by greater partners within the settings of colonialism, Cold War and UN coalition, small modern nations have developed offensive air power capabilities predominantly geared for the ‘fielded’ battles of land, sea and air. ‘Strategic bombing’ against the enemy’s very will and capacity for war has remained the exclusive franchise of greater nations. Within superpower-led coalition, the traditional small nation focus arguably remains adequate. In the post-Cold War environment, however, as planners increasingly consider the absence of superpower intervention in regional dispute, attention must be directed at understanding the greater air power potentials of individual small nations and non-superpower coalitions. What is the essence of strategic bombing? Is it within the reach of small modern nation offensive air power? Or are the demands of mass, tempo and sustainability - so characteristic of the century’s classic strategic bombing campaigns - disqualifiers for small players? Size: Large 8vo. Seller Inventory # 056632

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