Apr 21, 2021
Air Power and Maneuver Warfare
Posted by Martin van Creveld

In the form it has finally assumed, this volume falls into two very different parts Part 1 was written by Dr Steve Canby, Ken Brower, and Martin van Creveld at the invitation of Air University, Maxwell Airforce Base, Alabama It represents the authors joint attempt to clarify the relationship between air power and maneuver warfare since 1939, a subject that derives its iIn the form it has finally assumed, this volume falls into two very different parts Part 1 was written by Dr Steve Canby, Ken Brower, and Martin van Creveld at the invitation of Air University, Maxwell Airforce Base, Alabama It represents the authors joint attempt to clarify the relationship between air power and maneuver warfare since 1939, a subject that derives its importance from the fact that maneuver warfare has been the U S Army s official doctrine since the early eighties and remains so to the present day By contrast, part 2 was added ex post facto It contains the collective wisdom of the military doctrine analysts of the Air University on the same subjects, as well as the way in which the authors in the first section have presented them The reader is invited to wade through the entire volume and draw his her own conclusions about the past, present, and future of air power on the one hand and maneuver warfare on the other, assuming indeed that they do have a future.

  • Title: Air Power and Maneuver Warfare
  • Author: Martin van Creveld
  • ISBN: 9780898758764
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
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