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|Statement||by F. W. Lanchester, with introductory preface by Maj. Gen. Sir David Henderson.|
|LC Classifications||UG630 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, . 222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||16009399|
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His actions as an undercover agent for a national crime fighting agency are mentioned.5/5(1). This historical book () documents revolutionary insight for its time into how to make effective use of aircraft in warfare. Although hardware capabilities and operational tactics have changed over the years, many observations about the strategic importance of aircraft are still valid today/5(4).
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Lanchester. Aircraft in Rating: % positive. InLanchester published Aircraft in Warfare: the Dawn of the Fourth Arm, a book that had grown out of his observations of aerial combat in World War included a series of differential equations for battlefield attrition, known today as Lanchester's Power Laws, which became the foundation for the science of Operations Research.
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How the Helicopter Changed Modern Warfare. by Walter J. Boyne, Pelican Publishing Co., Gretna, La.,$ In his outstanding history of the helicopter’s contributions to the last 60 years of warfare, renowned aviation historian (and Aviation History contributing editor) Walter Boyne contends that choppers are the neglected stepchild in the family of military aircraft.
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Addeddate Pages: The Royal Navy acquired large numbers of F4Fs as Grumman Martlets and made extensive use of the type. The F4F’s successor was the Grumman F6F Hellcat, designed as a private initiative in response to feedback from fleet aviators, which entered front-line service in mid Profusely illustrated with war-era photographs, both black-and-white and color, which are augmented with beautiful color photos of the only remaining flyable example, this book provides the reader with a concise yet thorough study of this legendary aircraft.
Part of the Legends of Warfare series. The drone is simply the latest manifestation of the search for ‘perfect’ warfare. James Rogers ’ book, Drone Warfare: Concepts and Controversies, co-authored with Caroline Kennedy Pipe, will be published by Manchester University Press in Please help improve this media file by adding it to one or more categories, so it may be associated with related media files (), and so that it can be more easily found.
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(see Help:Public domain). Drone Warfare is a comprehensive look at the growing menace of robotic warfare, with an extensive analysis of who is producing the drones, where they are being used, who “pilots” these unmanned planes, who are the victims and what are the legal and moral implications.
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During the 30 years of conflict between the end of World War II in and the fall of Saigon inVietnam was a crucible in which aerial warfare was transformed from warfare based on propeller-driven airplanes to a multivariable conflict involving supersonic jets, missiles, electronic surveillance and Author: Historynet Staff.
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The name of the new light aircraft was inspired by the OV Bronco, the U.S. aircraft developed in the s as a special aircraft for counter-insurgency (COIN) combat and used today by the U.S.
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The first electronic warfare B version sent to Southeast Asia was the RBC (later called the EBC). (U.S. Air Force photo) EBs at their base in Thailand. These aircraft and their crews were always small in number and in high demand. (U.S. Air Force photo) EB being refueled in mid-air.
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Amphibious warfare is a military operation that is launched from the sea by naval and landing forces and involves a landing on a hostile shore.
Operations. An amphibious assault, the primary form of a combined sea-and-land operation, is conducted to establish a force ashore, usually to capture a beachhead as a necessary preliminary to further.
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(Saga) Literary fiction started to breed ideas about the use of planes in warfare. The most famous writer to explore the idea was H.G.
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Shape Calculations (Cylinder Volume Calculator) WW2 Aircraft Combat Statistics. ETO Aircraft Deliveries by the U.S. Army Transportation Corps () Cubage/Tonnage Ratios. Planes had been used for bombardment missions during the Italo-Turkish war of Yet, aerial warfare during the First World War marked a rupture with these past examples.
It was the first conflict during which aircraft were involved on a large scale and played a significant role.