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USAF Air Combat Command and Air Mobility Command By Peter Dancey
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This book is a chronology of the US air force's 1992 drawdown and establishment of its new ACC and AMC commands, out of the previous SAC, TAC and MAC that formed its command structure from its... More > incpetion post-WW II until 1992. The resultant base closures, realigment, re-allocation and equipment withdrawals. The changes that followed the mid-term review in the 1990's and further equipment reductions, but with continued introduction of new 'stealth' types, for the 21st Century. Elint and Special Intelligence 'Rivet' types to remain in use in the hew millennium. The Balkan Wars and the NATO led Kosovo War, the first time NATO had flown operatiomal combat missions since its inception fifty years before and the first war in history to be won by airpower alone. How it was done! Gulf War II, Afghanistan, and the Expeditionary Air Wings.< Less
World War 2 In Review No. 62: Yugoslavia At War By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. The following articles on Yugoslavia in World War II are in this issue: (1) World War II in Yugoslavia; (2) Royal Yugoslav Armed Forces; (3) Yugoslav 7th... More > Army; (4) Invasion of Yugoslavia; (5) Yugoslav Accession to the Tripartite Pact; (6) Yugoslav Coup d'état; (7) Uprising in Serbia, 1941; (8) Battle of Loznica, 1941; (9) Capture of Banja Koviljača; (10) Chetniks; (11) Adriatic Campaign of World War II; (12) Yugoslavia and the Allies; (13) Hungarian Occupation of Yugoslav Territories; (14) Communist Purges in Serbia in 1944–45; (15) Air Warfare in Yugoslavia; (16) Operation Retribution, 1941; (17) Balkan Air Force; (18) Allied Bombing of Yugoslavia in World War II; (19) Vjesnik; (20) Chetnik Command; (21) Banat (1941–44); (22) Italian Governorate of Montenegro; (23) German Occupied Territory of Montenegro; (24) Liberation Front of the Slovene Nation; (25) World War II Reparations Towards Yugoslavia. 318 B&W/color photos/maps/illustrations.< Less
The German Campaign in Poland (1939) By Robert M. Kennedy
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Merriam Press World War 2 History Series. Historical Study German Report Series, Dept. of the Army Pamphlet No. 20-255. The German attack on Poland precipitated World War II, making the Polish... More > campaign one of particular significance to the student of the 1939-45 conflict. The lessons learned by the German Army in its operations in Poland were put to use in the later campaigns against the western Allies, the Balkan states, and the Soviet Union. Poland also formed the testing ground for new theories on the use of armored forces and close air support of ground troops. The purpose of this campaign study was to provide the U.S. Army with a factual account of German military operations against Poland, based on source material from captured records then in the custody of The Adjutant General, Dept. of the Army; monographs prepared by a number of former German officers for the Historical Division, U.S. Army, Europe; and such Polish accounts as were available. 20 photos, 10 maps, 4 charts.< Less

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