Corpus ID: 127697633

Airpower in Afghanistan 2005-10: The Air Commanders' Perspectives

@inproceedings{Henriksen2014AirpowerIA,
  title={Airpower in Afghanistan 2005-10: The Air Commanders' Perspectives},
  author={Dag Erlend Henriksen},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract : Afghanistan has been a rewarding, complex, and challenging mission for all nations involved, not least for Afghanistan itself. Few, if any, anticipated that the initial attacks on the Taliban regime in Afghanistan in fall 2001 would become the longest war in the history of NATO and the United States of America. Today, more than 12 years later, it is still too early to conclude the successes and failures of this campaign or predict how Afghanistan will evolve once the majority of… Expand
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