2016 Air Power History Archive

Winter 2016 – Volume 63, Number 4

  • “Boyd Revisited: A Great Mind with a Touch of Madness”
    John Andreas Olsen
  • “Origins of Inertial Navigation”
    Thomas Wildenberg
  • “The World War II Training Experiences of the Tuskegee Airmen at Oscoda Army Air Field”
    David K. Vaughan
  • “Ralph S. Parr, Jr., USAF Fighter Pilot Extraordinaire”
    Daniel L. Haulman
  • “All Through the Night, Rockwell Field 1923, Where Air-to-Air Refueling Began”
    Robert Bruce Arnold

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Fall 2016 – Volume 63, Number 3

  • “The Teaball Solution: The Evolution of Air Combat Technology in Vietnam, 1968-1972”
    Michael Hankins
  • “Dealing with the Japanese Zero”
    John F. O’Connell
  • “The Bomber Offensive That Never Took Off: Italy’s Regia Aeronautica in 1940”
    A. D. Harvey
  • “Freeman Field Mutiny: Victory for Integration or Segregation?”
    Daniel Haulman

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Summer 2016 – Volume 63, Number 2

  • “They Called Defeat ‘Victory’: Lam Son 719 and the Case for Airpower”
    William P. Head
  • “The Air Battle for England: The Truth Behind the Failure of the Luftwaffe’s Counter-Air Campaign in 1940”
    Douglas C. Dildy
  • “Training Afghan Air Force Pilots, 2006-2011”
    Forrest L. Marion
  • “A Matter of Laundry, a Schaetzchen, and an East Wind That Blew No Good”
    Richard K. Smith

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Spring 2016 – Volume 63, Number 1

  • “From Depression to Victory: A Record of Growing British Determination during the Battle of Britain”
    Adam Thomas
  • “The Bell P–39 Airacobra: The British Perspective”
    A. D. Harvey
  • “Training Afghan Air Force Pilots, 2006-2011”
    Forrest L. Marion
  • “From “Observation” to “Tactical Reconnaissance:” The Development of American Battlefield ISR in World War II”
    Chris Rein

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