Viceroy Books   Independent Online Booksellers AssociationMy Account  Cart Contents  Checkout  
  Home » Catalog » Military » Military Theory » 9781920800383 My Account  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Categories
Military->
  Ancient (BC-AD500)->
  Medieval (500-1500)->
  Enlightenment (1500-1789)->
  Napoleonic (1789-1815)->
  Victorian (1837-1901)->
  US Civil War (1861-65)->
  Boer War (1880-81,99-1902)
  World War One (1914-18)->
  Interwar Period (1918-39)->
  World War Two (1939-45)->
  Korean War (1950-53)->
  Vietnam War (1959-75)->
  Cold War (1945-91)->
  Modern (1991-Today)->
  Military Theory
  Uniformology
History
Espionage
Scale Modelling->
Wargaming->
Shooting Supplies->
Veterinarian
Gift Vouchers
Publisher
Quick Find
 
Search In Item Description

Advanced Search
Affiliates
If you cant find the book you are looking for, please try the links below

A Fresh Look at Air Power Doctrine
[9781920800383]
$10.00 $8.50

Author: Kainikara, Sanu
Publisher: Air Power Development Cen
Year: 2008
ISBN: 9781920800383
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: As New
Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Description:
New book, 70 pages. Doctrine is the lifeblood of military forces and provides them with the foundation to conduct successful operations. The veracity of any doctrine is completely dependent on it being relevant to current and future operations - essentially by its very nature doctrine is dynamic. National security perceptions and definitions have evolved in the past few decades and now cover an enlarged envelope of imperatives and interests. As a result the military forces of nation-states have had to increase the spectrum of their capabilities to cover a spread that encompasses humanitarian assistance on the one end to high-end warfighting on the other. The military forces have achieved national objectives so far by relying very heavily on their inherent flexibility. This monograph, A Fresh Look at Air Power Doctrine, evaluates the development of military doctrine - with a detailed analysis of air power doctrine - and its relationship to national security doctrine at the grand strategic level. It argues that, in order to remain relevant, there is now a perceived need to revisit the basics of doctrine and its development process in order to refine them to reflect the contemporary realities of military operations that support international security requirements.


There is currently 3 of this item in stock.

This item was added to our catalog on Sunday 03 January, 2016.
Reviews
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Log In
E-Mail Address:
Password:

Secure Login

New User

Forgot Password?
Publisher Info
Air Power Development
Air Power Development Homepage
Other items
Currencies
Information
About Us
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Contact Us

Copyright © 2017 Viceroy Books
Powered by osCommerce