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Wright Flyer Paper : The Diplomacy of the Jaguar; French Airpower in Postcolonial African Conflicts, Vol. 39

By Lieutenant Colonel Geraud J. Laborie, French Air Force

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Book Id: WPLBN0002170627
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Reproduction Date: 10/17/2012

Title: Wright Flyer Paper : The Diplomacy of the Jaguar; French Airpower in Postcolonial African Conflicts, Vol. 39  
Author: Lieutenant Colonel Geraud J. Laborie, French Air Force
Volume: 39
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, French Military Operations in Africa
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: History
Historic
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Publisher: Air University Press
Member Page: Air University Press

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This paper addresses the use of airpower during the French military operations in Africa since 1960. Using case study methodology, it emphasizes the operational level of war and analyzes the use of the different French army, air force, and naval aviation operational roles; the adaptation of equipment to conditions in Africa; and the changes in the French- African policy that have influenced the use of airpower.

 

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