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The Synergy of Air and Space.

@inproceedings{Lambeth1998TheSO,
  title={The Synergy of Air and Space.},
  author={B. Lambeth},
  year={1998}
}
  • B. Lambeth
  • Published 1998
  • Engineering
  • Abstract : UNTIL THE GULF WAR of 1991, Air Force aviators and space professionals lived and worked in almost separate worlds. For their part, rated airmen were quintessential operators" with an ingrained fingertip feel for the practical uses of airpower, given their responsibility for fulfilling mission profiles, which-un-like those in the nuclear arena-had an all-too-deadly air of plausibility about them. In contrast, USAF space professionals evolved not out of the rated flying community but… CONTINUE READING
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