Air Power History chronicles the great campaigns, the leaders, the successes and the failures of air forces in the past. Eyewitness accounts and historical articles will capture your interest, issue after issue. Regular features will keep you up-to-date on new books, museum exhibits and meetings.
Air Power History
Spring 2018 – Volume 65, Number 1
Featured in this issue:
Creating America’s First Spy Satellite: Captain James S. Coolbaugh and the Student Airmen at MIT
Bombing the Romanian Rail Network
The Russian Air Force Versus the Luftwaffe: A western European View
A. D. Harvey
Ideas and Weapons: A Critique
Robert B. Casari
Far East Air Forces RCM Operations in the Final Push on Japan
Also read the fine Book Review section
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