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Changing the USAF’s Aerial ‘Kill’ Criteria

Dear All,

While based on a contemporary example, this articles at From Balloons to Drones, which makes a case for changing the United States Air Forces' aerial kill criteria might be of interest:- https://balloonstodrones.wordpress.com/2017/06/26/changing-the-usafs-aerial-kill-criteria/

Regards

Dr Ross Mahoney

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From Balloons to Drones

CfP: New Research in Military History: A Conference for Postgraduate and Early-career Historians

Call for Papers

The Many Faces of War – Changing Perspectives on Armed Conflict

New Research in Military History: A Conference for Postgraduate and Early-career Historians

St John’s College, Cambridge

17th and 18th November 2017

Book on Japanese war planning

While recognizing that the unannointed are not supposed to discuss books, I trust I may be permitted to express the hope that H-War will publish a review of 

Miwa, Yoshirō. Japan's economic planning and mobilization in wartime, 1930s-1940s: The competence of the state. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

I certainly have found it a source of novel perspective on Japan's military history of the period and believe that many other anglophone readers would too.

William D. O'Neil

 

Re: [Soviet]Russian Pilots, Air Force History Not New to Middle East

Reference source for this item on 1970 Record, Middle East [Soviet] Russian Pilots involvement in middle east is found in Congressional Records, July, 1970.
The photo showing this source did not print out on Hwar posting and is therefore sent as a separate resource item for referral relating this material.

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