The Air War over Kosovo opens with an exploration of the ethnic conflict in the Balkans. From this foundation, the book examines the weapons systems that were utilized. The author scrutinize the missiles employed, review the diverse bomber systems used, and highlight the nuances of the air lift operations. Additionally, the author explores the tactics and strategies that the American military administration designed and implemented over the Balkans. The author studied specific missions and scrutinize the memories and experiences of Lt. General Michael Short, General Charles Horner and General Wesley K. Clark to proffer an overview of the scope of this air-directed campaign.
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