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NATO Offensive Air Power in the Central Region: TWOATAF and FOURATAF Contrasted

Author: Rudolf F Peksena; NATIONAL WAR COLL WASHINGTON DC.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center FEB 1986.
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NATO's 2ATAF and 4ATAF, although clearly subordinate to AAFCE. have evolved two clearly separate approaches to the employment of air power. This paper provides a background of the Allied air power organization in NATO's Central Region. describes the geographical and tactical air environment. and reflects on the different Allied Tactical Air Force tactical philosophies that have developed as a result of the ATAKs'  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Rudolf F Peksena; NATIONAL WAR COLL WASHINGTON DC.
OCLC Number: 64440032
Description: 45 p.

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NATO's 2ATAF and 4ATAF, although clearly subordinate to AAFCE. have evolved two clearly separate approaches to the employment of air power. This paper provides a background of the Allied air power organization in NATO's Central Region. describes the geographical and tactical air environment. and reflects on the different Allied Tactical Air Force tactical philosophies that have developed as a result of the ATAKs' respective and distinctive organizational and geographic differences. Finally. this paper concludes that these differences are quite likely to continue to be reflected in discussion of future NATO strategies.

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