An Army View on Kosovo
Arbogast, Gordon W., Aerospace Power Journal
THE RECENT WAR in Yugoslavia provided a new data point in military history. By reflecting upon this engagement, we may derive lessons learned, as well as validate traditional strategies and tactics. I believe that I can add objectivity to such an exercise since (1) my Army background gives me a perspective from a service not heavily engaged in the actual fighting and (2) my son Scott flew over 150 combat hours, engaging surface-to-air missile batteries over Kosovo as an F-16CJ pilot in the 23d Fighter Squadron based in Aviano, Italy.
The Classical View and Reality
As soon as the latest war against Yugoslavia began on 24 March 1999, a number of eminent Americans began to …
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Publication information: Article title: An Army View on Kosovo. Contributors: Arbogast, Gordon W. - Author. Journal title: Aerospace Power Journal. Volume: 14. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2000. Page number: 77+. © U.S. Superintendent of Documents Fall 2001. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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