Time and time again, NATO and the Alliance nations have turned to Air Power as their first, and in some cases only, military response option. Air Power continues to demonstrate its unprecedented value. It provides the widest variety of response options against a range of threats, crises or disasters; to safeguard our populations and enable NATO operations. Our 17th edition of the JAPCC Journal will take a look at reductions in that capability we value highly and what options are available. Will future technologies still be affordable to the Alliance?
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Back to the Future JAPCC-Historic Lessons for a Future Air Power in an Austere Economic Climate. Full Length Version by Dr. Dolf H.W. Bos, M.Sc. (759 KB)