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Will the Bomber Always Get Through? The Air Force and Its Reliance on Technology

Author: Brian W Tonnell; AIR UNIV MAXWELL AFB AL SCHOOL OF ADVANCED AIRPOWER STUDIES.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center JUN 2002.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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A This study analyses the inherent dangers of relying too heavily, or solely, on one panacea technology to prosecute war strategy at the expense of other, essential capabilities. The historically sound pillars of military success (the sword, the shield, and the support) have given victory to those who have used all three in a balanced, synergistic manner. When, due to over-reliance on a single technology, one of  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
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All Authors / Contributors: Brian W Tonnell; AIR UNIV MAXWELL AFB AL SCHOOL OF ADVANCED AIRPOWER STUDIES.
OCLC Number: 74261555
Notes: The original document contains color images.
Description: 136 p.

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A This study analyses the inherent dangers of relying too heavily, or solely, on one panacea technology to prosecute war strategy at the expense of other, essential capabilities. The historically sound pillars of military success (the sword, the shield, and the support) have given victory to those who have used all three in a balanced, synergistic manner. When, due to over-reliance on a single technology, one of these pillars is relegated to a lesser status, or when one is marginalized, the pendulum of the advantage may swing to the enemy, or the enemy may successfully force a pendulum swing to his advantage.

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