ROLLING THUNDER 1965-68: Air Campaign 3
Rolling Thunder was one of the most influential episodes of the Cold War--its failure spurring the 1970s U.S. renaissance in professionalism, fighter design, and combat pilot training. The author explains it was conceived and fought, and why it became shorthand for how not to fight an air campaign. Fully illustrated, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 6813135
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