The challenge of transforming the US Air Force into a truly
integrated aerospace force is a pressing issue for our service. In
Toward an Air and Space Force: Naval Aviation and the Implications
for Space Power, Lt Col Mark P. Jelonek uses the historical analogy
of the US Navy's integration of aviation during the interwar period
as a possible model for the comprehensive integration of space into
the operational Air Force.Defining integration as "the evolutionary
process by which a new technology (aviation in the Navy and space
power in the Air Force) becomes an inseparable part of the military
service," Colonel Jelonek describes the various policies pursued by
the sea service to integrate aviation into the fleet.
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Mark P. Jelonek
||246 x 189 x 5mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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