The U.S. Air Force Has Loathed Close Air Support Since the Beginning
In December 1950, the U.S. Army’s X Corps wrote down its requirements for air support on the battlefield. After six months of intense fighting in Korea, the Army had some clear ideas on what it wanted from the now independent Air Force. “To determine the Army’s requirements for tactical air support,”... Read more
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