A team of U.S. and international experts assesses the impact of various nationsa airpower efforts during the 2011 conflict in Libya, including NATO allies and non-NATO partners, and how their experiences offer guidance for future conflicts. In addition to the roles played by the United States, Britain and France, it examines the efforts of Italy, Canada, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Qatar, the UAE, and the Libyan rebels.... ACC, and AFSPC forces in Odyssey Dawn and Unified Protector.23 Air Mobility Command Air Mobility Command planners described ... them in March 2011 as a March Madness, a borrowing a term from American college basketballa#39;s hectic tournament schedule. ... Routine training operations and heavy maintenance also tied down significant portions of the fleet. ... States, Chapter Four, aDoctrine for Joint Command and Control, a May 2, 2007, Incorporating Change 1, March 20 , 2009.
|Title||:||Precision and Purpose|
|Author||:||Karl P. Mueller|
|Publisher||:||Rand Corporation - 2015-07-08|