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UNMANNED AIR SYSTEMS : THE FUTURE OF AIR AND SEA POWER  By Paul Rogers

Since their early use for primitive ISR and combined operations, UAS have developed into increasingly multipurpose instruments performing a wide array of ...Read more >

57 Pages
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AIR ASSAULT OPERATIONS  

An air assault is a vertical envelopment conducted to gain a positional advantage, to envelop or to turn enemy forces that may or may not be in a position to oppose the operation. Ideally, the commander seeks to surprise the enemy and achieve an unopposed landing when conducting a vertical envelopment. However, the assault force must prepare for the presence of opposition. At the tactical level, vertical envelopments focus on seizing terrain, destroying specific enemy forces and interdicting ...Read more >

110 Pages
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CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES (CLAWS) ARMY AVIATION : THE ARM OF THE FUTURE 13 SEP 2011 SEMINAR REPORT  

Future wars in the Indian Sub-Continent will most likely be limited border wars. Manoeuvre will be extremely limited due to constraints imposed by terrain in the mountains and nuclear-red lines in the plains. When manoeuvre is extremely limited, In order to achieve military objective one has to go to the other side of the manoeuvre coin, that is firepower. Therefore there will be a great demand for firepower both from fighter aircrafts and attack helicopters. The need for closer-integration ...Read more >

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AIR LAND BATTLE TACTICS : AN ANALYSIS OF DOCTRINE AND EXPERIENCE  

This monograph examines whether US Army dectrine and US Air Force doctrine are compatible. In particular, this study assesses the current Air Ground Operating System and the offensive air support it provides to US Army corps commanders. The reserch covers joint, Air Force and Army doctrine. Problems which came to light as a result of Operation DESERT STORM are also considered. Finally, the Air Force and Army positions on effective air support to the ground force are compared. Ultimately, the ...Read more >

69 Pages
3.72 MB
INDIAN AIR FORCE MODERNIZATION PLAN OF 2020: CHALLENGES FOR REGIONAL AIR FORCES   By AIR COMMODORE ZIA UL HAQUE SHAMSI

Given the sweeping impact of today’s technology, air power has unquestionably taken a position of dominance in changing the very nature of warfare. Hence, any nation that aspires to enhance its influence beyond its ...Read more >

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