Pattern for Joint Operations: World War 2 Close Air Support, North Africa

Pattern for Joint Operations: World War 2 Close Air Support, North Africa
Title:
Pattern for Joint Operations: World War 2 Close Air Support, North Africa
Format:
Paperback
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GPO Stock Number:
008-029-00161-6
ISBN:
0-16-001963-X
Description

CMH Pub. 93-7. This study in the Historial Analysis Series discusses the the origin and development of American close air support doctrine and practice in World War II. It explains how the Tunisian campaign demonstrated the need for tactical changes and close cooperation between the staffs and forces in joint and combined forces. The struggle of ground and air leaders to define and construct a command and control system, and ultimately to allocate and commit precious air resources to requisite ground missions, has as many lessons today as it did more than forty years ago. L.C. card 87-19335.

Audience

This is a crucial read for members of the military, both those planning and preparing from combat.

Product Details

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In Stock
USA Price:
$4.75
International Price:
$6.65
Publisher:
Defense Dept., Office of the Air Force History and Army Center of Military History
Author:
  • Mortensen, Daniel R.
Notes:
BIP. NB1204 GB1104 GB1105 GB1106
Key Phrases:
  • Center of Military History Publication 93 7
  • Historical Analysis Series
  • Close Air Support
  • Military History
  • Military Strategy
  • Military Aviation
  • World War 2
SuDocs Class:
D 114.19/2:J 66/2
Weight:
0.8125
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Cover:
Paper
Subject Bibliography:
070JP 284LG
Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Record Creation Date:
08/31/1987
Last Status Update:
07/22/2019
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