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Introduction to Fall 2023 Air & Space Operations Review
Russian aerospace forces failure in Ukraine reflects a mistaken strategic priority on defensive operations, insufficient capability for large-scale operations, and inadequate operational concepts. NATO must learn key lessons from Russia’s airpower failure.
Power grid disruptions from an attack or natural disaster can threaten military operations and readiness. Congress should direct the establishment of renewable microgrids at overseas bases, enabling resiliency and ensuring military advantage.
Advanced meteorological analysis highlights the difference between adversary and friend vulnerabilities, thereby determining the marginal advantage: the silver lining.
A new Security Forces framework will serve as a comprehensive security posture that will in turn alleviate personnel shortages and mitigate detrimental mental and physical health factors for Defenders.
Although a junior partner, France is an Ally that counts, as much as for its political standing and willingness to use its forces abroad, as for the high-end, full- spectrum capability of its forces.
A collection of seven book reviews for the ASOR Fall 2023 edition.
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