Washington, DC: National Defense University, 1990. First Printing [Stated]. Trade paperback. 23 cm. xiii, , 251,  pages. Wraps. Illustrations. Notes. Index. Introduction by Fred Charles Ikle. Scuff and minor loss at rear cover. Security consultant Jeffrey Simon is a visiting lecturer in the UCLA Department of Political Science and an authority on terrorist attacks in the United States. Simon researches and teaches courses on political violence, terrorism and security and he is the author of “Lone Wolf Terrorism: Understanding the the Growing Threat” (2013). Simon is president of Political Risk Assessment Company, Inc., and his writings on terrorism, political violence, and political risk have appeared in many publications, including the Journal of the American Medical Association, Foreign Policy, and the New York Times.
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Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air University Press, 2004. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. ix, , 153,  pages. Figures. Notes. Bibliography. Includes Disclaimer and Foreword, as well as About the Author, Making of Bill Creech, Thinking about Air Warfare, Tools of the Trade, Organizing to Fight, Building Leaders, To Desert Storm and Beyond, Conclusions. Also includes four black and white figures (TAC sortie rates, FY 1969 - FY 1978; Example of sharing shortages; TAC sortie rates, FY 1969-1984; and Flying-hour Increases. Also includes two black and white photos (F-15E: Dual role, LANTIRN, PGMs, and the advanced medium-range air-to-air missile AMRAAM)--the complete package; and a photograph of President Reagan and Creech. One of the Tables is on US expenditures of precision-guided munitions (PGM) during the 1991 Gulf War. Some creasing to covers. General Creech shaped the Air force of today through his actions as the commander of Tactical Air Command from 178 until 1984. Under General Creech's leadership, the Tactical Air Command and the Tactical Air Forces writ large, underwent a transformation that, in large measure, built the Air Force that has fought so brilliantly in campaigns from Operation Desert Storm to the present global war on terrorism. James C. Slife (born 1967) is an American lieutenant general in the United States Air Force. He has served as the commander of Air Force Special Operations Command since June 2019, having previously served as the vice commander (July 2018 – June 2019) and chief of staff (June 2017 – June 2018) of United States Special Operations Command.
Osceola, Wisconsin: Motorbooks International Publishers & Wholesalers Inc., 1986. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. 96 pages. Includes Introduction; Bibliography, Biography, and Index. Chapters include Chapter 1, Now you see it...; Chapter 2, Stealth in the sixties; Chapter 3, Design for Stealth; Chapter 4; Stealth fighter; Chapter 5, Stealth Bomber; and Chapter 6, Vanishing air force. Bill Sweetman (born 1956) is a former editor for Jane's and an editor for Aviation Week group. He is a writer of more than 50 books on military aircraft. He lives in Oakdale, Minnesota. He is noted for his dogged pursuit of the Aurora project. He appeared as an Aerospace Consultant on in the Nova PBS TV program "Battle of the X-Planes" about the Joint Strike Fighter Program. None of the material in this book has been obtained from classified sources. A writer needs classified data like a fish needs a bicycle. Not only is in unusable, but if it confirms a point which has been deduced or obtained elsewhere it may become impossible to use the legitimately obtained information. Some of the material in this book is drawn directly from open sources, technical papers, textbooks, catalogs, trade journals, and unclassified briefings. A few pieces of information in this book, such as the shapes of the principal Stealth aircraft under development, are based on unconfirmed reports, published and otherwise.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1947. Presumed First Edition, First printing thus. Hardcover. 124 pages. Diagrams (three in color, two fold-outs, one two facing pages). Endpaper maps. Cover has some wear and soiling. Front board somewhat bowed. Pencil erasure residue on fep. This book comprises four lectures on "Air Power in War" which were delivered Field Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder as the Lees Knowles Lectures, at Cambridge University in 1947. Its form is generally the same as that in which the lectures were actually delivered, and it represents the author's personal views. An edition for Service use only and not for re-publication has been issued by the Stationery Office. Airpower or air power comprises the application of military strategy and strategic theory to the realm of aerial warfare. Airpower began with the advent of powered flight early in the 20th century. Airpower represents a "complex operating environment that has been subjected to considerable debate"
Washington, DC: Pergamon-Brassey's, 1989. 1st Pergamon-Brassey's printing. Hardcover. xxi, . 160,  pages. Illustrations. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index. Foreword by Bradley Hosmer. DJ has sticker and some wear. Introduction by Gen. Charles L. Donnelly, Jr., USAF. This is volume III of the Future Warfare Series. This was published with the Aerospace Education Foundation and the Air Force Association. John Ashley Warden III (born December 21, 1943) is a retired colonel in the United States Air Force. Warden is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy. His Air Force career spanned 30 years, from 1965 to 1995, and included tours in Vietnam, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Korea, as well as assignments within the continental United States. Warden completed a number of assignments in the Pentagon, was a Special Assistant for Policy Studies and National Security Affairs to the Vice President of the United States, and was Commandant of the Air Command and Staff College. His impact on the future of air power in the United States Air Force is still being assessed.
Washington DC: The Brookings Institution, 1974. Second printing [stated]. Trade paperback. , xi, , 121,  pages. Cover and first page have edge tears. Corner creased. Cover has substantial wear. Footnotes. Tables. Figures. The author wrote this monograph as a research associate in the Brookings Foreign Policy Studies program.