Air University Press releases winter 2018 Air and Space Power Journal

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The Winter 2018 Air and Space Power Journal, published by Air University Press, is available at 


Maj. Gen. Stephen L. Davis, director of Global Operations, U.S. Strategic Command, and Dr. William W. Casey, president of Executive Leadership Group, offer practical recommendations for revitalizing squadrons—as the foundation for restoring Air Force readiness—based on findings of a chief of staff of the Air Force-directed study.


Feature articles include the fusion of airborne and spaceborne sensors as enabling the advantage in air domain awareness; the long-range standoff cruise missile as a key component of the triad; and the integration of live aircraft into simulation networks. Also discussed are neuroscience-based concepts to improve individual warfighter performance in predicted future war.


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