2008 Air Power History Archive

WINTER 2008 -Volume 55, Number 4

  • From Satellite tracking to Space Situational Awareness: The USAF and Space Surveillance 1957-2007
    Rick W. Sturdevant
  • Precision Aerial Bombardment of Strategic Targets: Its Rise, Fall, and Resurrection
    Daniel L. Haulman
  • Operation Just Cause: An Air Power Perspective
    Stetson M. Siler
  • The P-51 Mustang: The Most Important Aircraft in History?
    Marshall L. Michel

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FALL 2008 -Volume 55, Number 3

  • Setting the Record Straight Regarding Lieutenants White and McCullin, Tuskegee Airmen
    Joseph D. Caver, Jerome A. Ennels, and Wesley Phillips Newton
  • The Air National Guard and the War on Drugs: Non-State Actors before 9/11
    Alan D. Meyer and David P. Anderson
  • A Mission of Vengeance: Vichy French in Indochina in World War II
    Martin L. Mickelsen
  • Operation Vittles: A Name for the Berlin Airlift
    Roger G. Miller

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SUMMER 2008 -Volume 55, Number 2

  • A Visionary Ahead of his Time: Howard Hughes and the U.S Air Force-Part III: The Falcon Missile and Airborne Fire Control
    Thomas Wildenberg
  • The Sacred Cow and the Creation of the United States Air Force
    Jeffery S. Underwood
  • Air Power in the Global War on Terror: The Perspective from the Ground
    Randy G. Bergeron
  • Korean War Diary
    William Y. Smith

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SPRING 2008 -Volume 55, Number 1

  • The Things We Are: Air Force Heritage and History in Artifacts
    Jeff Duford
  • A Visionary Ahead of his Time: Howard Hughes and the U.S Air Force-Part II: The Hughes D-2 and the XF-11
    Thomas Wildenberg
  • X-15B: Pursuit of Early Orbital Human Spaceflight
    L. Parker Temple, II
  • Chasing the XB-70A Valkyrie
    George J. Marrett

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