Strategic Mobility. Studies in International Security: 7
New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1964. 256, map, appendices, bookplate, some wear to board corners, slight darkening to text. Strategic mobility is a view of limited war; the author argues that the West must assign mobile units to likely trouble spots throughout the world rather than hold them in strategic reserve in the country of their origin. Condition: good.
Keywords: Strategy, Nuclear, Limited War, Deterrence, Mobility, Cold War, Amphibious Ops., Air Squadrons, Strategic Airlift
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