Richard H. Kohn and Joseph P. Harahan, eds.
Air leaders relate their war experiences
in major interdiction campaigns designed to disrupt the flow of men and supplies
to enemy armies. As American officers flying in World War II, the interviewees
fought in North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Northern France. In Korea and
Vietnam, they faced the challenge of limited warfare, in which air power was
restrained by national policy.
105 pp., maps, photos, index