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Proceedings of Seminar on Air Antitank Warfare Held at Springfield, Virginia on 25-26 May 1978.

Author: BATTELLE COLUMBUS LABS OH TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY CENTER.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 01 MAY 1979.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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On 25-26 May 1978 a seminar on air antitank warfare was held at the Springfield Hilton, Springfield, Virginia. Presentations were made by Mr. John Boyd ('Patterns in Conflict'), Mr Wayne Coloney ('Armored Warfare a Frontline Soldier's View'), Mr Bell (of HERO) ('Nature of the European FEBA'), and Mr. Pierre Sprey ('Countering a Blitz'). These presentations were followed by a question and answer session with former  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: BATTELLE COLUMBUS LABS OH TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY CENTER.
OCLC Number: 227986864
Description: 171 p.

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On 25-26 May 1978 a seminar on air antitank warfare was held at the Springfield Hilton, Springfield, Virginia. Presentations were made by Mr. John Boyd ('Patterns in Conflict'), Mr Wayne Coloney ('Armored Warfare a Frontline Soldier's View'), Mr Bell (of HERO) ('Nature of the European FEBA'), and Mr. Pierre Sprey ('Countering a Blitz'). These presentations were followed by a question and answer session with former Luftwaffe Colonel Hans-Ulrich Rudel. Colonel Rudel was the most decorated German Officer of World War Two and had the distinction of destroying 519 Soviet tanks with his JU8F-'G' Stuka equipped with two 37-mm cannons. All of the presentations, as well as the question and answer session with Colonel Rudel, tended to support the contention that control of the battlefield is not necessarily a factor of outnumbering the enemy; rather of disrupting his rational decisionmaking process and of exploiting the ensuing confusion.

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