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Learning to Fight Together: The British Experience with Joint Air-Land Warfare [ONLINE ONLY]

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  • By David Ian Hall

Applying a methodology that is best described as “inductive synthesis,” this research paper examines the elusive quest for effective integration between air and land forces in the context of joint operations. It draws on the British experience from the first attempts to provide air support for land operations in the First World War to contemporary operations in Afghanistan. The study is reflective in nature. It is not meant to be a detailed chronological account of every twist and turn in the history of army-air co-operation between the British Army and the Royal Air Force.


AuthorDavid Ian Hall
AU Press CodeAP-4
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