Responsibility of Command: How UN and NATO Commanders Influenced Airpower Over Bosnia
Air University Press, 2003 - 407 страници
In this study Colonel Mark A. Bucknam examines the role that theater-level commanders in the UN and NATO played in influencing airpower over Bosnia between April 1993 and December 1995. He presents it in a chronological order that offers a coherent account of Operation Deny Flight. This study challenges assumptions about military leaders, their motivations, and the state of civil-military relations during the Bosnia conflict.
Какво казват хората - Напишете рецензия
Не намерихме рецензии на обичайните места.
MILITARY INFLUENCE ON THE
AIRPOWER THREATS USES
11 други раздела не са показани
Други издания - Преглед на всички
29 April AFSOUTH air campaign Air Force air operations Air Power Conference air strikes aircraft airmen airpower in Bosnia Akashi American Ashy interview attacks August Author's personal collection BACS Collection Balkans Bihac bombing Bosnia Bosnian Serbs Boutros-Ghali Brieﬁng Briquemont British CAOC close air support Conﬂict Croatia decisions Deny Flight difﬁculties enforcement Facts On File February ﬁghting ﬁnancial Times London ﬁrst Former Yugoslavia French Gorazde heavy weapons Holbrooke Honig hostages Ibid interviewed by author Janvier Jean Cot Joulwan July Lapresle lbid Leighton W Lt Gen manders Maxwell AFB Michael Military Ofﬁcial missile mission Mladic NATO's no-ﬂy zone Ofﬁce ofﬁcers Operation Deliberate Force options Owen Peace peacekeeping political authorities responsibility Richard Holbrooke risks Rose Ryan interview safe areas Sarajevo SEAD secretary-general Security Council Resolution September 1995 Silber soldiers Srebrenica tape recording targets theater-level commanders transcript of tape Udbina UNPROFOR USAF Vietnam Willy Claes Zagreb Zoerb interview