The Rise of Close Air Support After World War II: Did the US Army and US Air Force Inter-Service Rivalry Benefit Close Air Support?
Andrews, Paul R. Jr.
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Major Andrews' article, "The Rise of Close Air Support after World War II: Did the US Army and US Air Force Inter-Service Rivalry Benefit Close Air Support?" appears in the Joint Air Power Competence Centre (JAPCC) Journal, Edition 24. As Major Andrews notes: "The history of CAS within the US military is one of sometimes bitter inter-service rivalry, but the lessons learned benefit US and NATO forces in the field today."
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