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The Air Campaign Over Korea Pressuring the Enemy

By Crane, Conrad C.

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Title: The Air Campaign Over Korea Pressuring the Enemy  
Author: Crane, Conrad C.
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Asian literature, Writing.
Collections: e-Asia Digital Library Collection
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Publisher: University of Oregon Libraries; e-Asia Digital Library


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Excerpt: The staff of Far East Air Forces (F.E.A.F.) conducted the first systematic study of measures to produce a negotiated settlement in a limited war through airpower some fifty years ago. As both the conflict and truce talks continued, stalemate on the ground and ineffective interdiction inspired Brigadier General Jacob Smart, F.E.A.F. deputy commander for operations, to look for a better way to utilize resources. He directed Colonel R.L. Randolph and Lieutenant Colonel B.I. Mayo to find a means of unhinging the communist forces in North Korea. The result prompted a new vision for employing airpower--pressuring enemy leaders to abandon the fight.


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