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This report examines ways to maximize the psychological impact of . air power in future conflicts.

The psychological effects of air operations can significantly shorten wars and reduce their costs, particularly in American lives. In some conflicts, the psychological effects of air operations may exceed the physical effects in importance. This report examines ways to maximize the psychological impact of . Drawing upon POW interrogations The psychological effects of air operations can significantly shorten wars and reduce their costs, particularly in American lives

Among other objectives, the study aims to identify conditions that enhance or limit the psychological effects of air operationshow future .

Among other objectives, the study aims to identify conditions that enhance or limit the psychological effects of air operationshow future . air campaigns and psychological operations (PSYOP) might be best designed and employed to exploitfully the psychological potential of . airpowerhow the Air Force might increase its own capabilities and role in the psychological dimension of warfare. by the Director of Plans, Headquarters United States Air Force, as part of the Strategy and Doctrine Program of Project AIR FORCE.

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In some conflicts, the psychological effects of air operations may exceed the physical effects in importance. Drawing upon POW interrogations and other data from the Persian Gulf, Vietnam, and Korean wars and World War II, the author assesses the psychological effects of past . air attacks against both enemy strategic targets and deployed ground forces.

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Suggests that the demoralizing effects on enemy troops of air operations can effectively shorten conflicts.
Psychological Effects of U.S. Air Operations in Four Wars, 1941-1991: Lessons for U.S. Commanders download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Stephen T. Hosmer
ISBN: 0833023365
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: RAND Corporation; trade pbk edition (April 3, 1996)
Pages: 220 pages