Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for aerial combat
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Sabres Over MiG Alley (2013)
The F-86 and the Battle for Air Superiority in Korea by Kenneth P. Werrell
First and foremost, aerial combat is a high-stress, fast-moving situation with much happening at once. Gun cameras did not always work, and even if they did, they only operated when the guns were fired. Sabre pilots had limited endurance in MiG Alley, where most of the engagements took place, and even less if they crossed the Yalu River. Short endurance and the hostile environment gave few opportunities to follow the damaged prey to its demise. Distracted, busy, and stressed ...
The Detective (2014)
by Roderick Thorp
More than most people want to realize, aerial combat is a team effort, and the men have to know each other well.
by Jeffrey Arthur Larsen, Dr. James M. Smith
The United States led a multinational coalition that conducted a preliminary 100-day aerial combat phase that took place from January to March 1991 as a prelude to the 100-hour surface combat phase, resulting in the capitulation of Iraq. See also DESERT SHIELD. DETARGETING. Sometimes also called retargeting, the process of removing coded flight and targeting instructions ...
by Binh Nguyen
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by Robert Heinl, Jr.
Sir John Slessor: Strategyfor the West,1954 (See also Aerial Combat, Air Power, Aircraft Carrier.) ...
An Encyclopedia by Nate Hendley
Hell's Angels was also the title of a well -known 1930 film about aerial combat. Motorcycles themselves have a war-like ...
by Richard J. Samuels
The synchronizing gear revolutionized aerial combat by enabling the design of aircraft specifically intended to shoot down enemy planes. This soon led to a second important role for fighters: ...
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