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Mowbray JA, Apr-1991. The Fabric of Air Warfare; Doctrine, Operational Experience, and Integration of Strategic and Tactical Air Power from World War I through World War II

Mowbray JA, Apr-1991. The Fabric of Air Warfare; Doctrine, Operational Experience, and Integration of Strategic and Tactical Air Power from World War I through World War II

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 Report No. AU-ARI-CP-90-3The Fabric of Air Warfare; Doctrine, Operational Experience, and Integration of Strategic andTactical Air Power from World War I through World War II. byDr James A. MowbrayAir University PressMaxwell Air Force Base, Alabama 36112-5532April 1991Scanned copy October 2001Document format changed from original printed version
 
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