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Author: Ronald J. Brown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: desert, shield, storm, afloat, forces, marine
Number of Pages: 264
Published: 1998
ISBN-10: 0160497655
ISBN-13: 9780160497650
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: refueling, operational, efficiency, aerial, assessment, desert, storm, operation
Number of Pages: 24
Published:
ISBN-10: 0788141287
ISBN-13: 9780788141287

Assesses the future of the air refueling tanker force in light of Operation Desert Storm & the significant change in the international security environment. Desert Storm had underscored the relevance of a 1990 initiative intended both to (1) enhance the efficiency of the tanker force during conventional combat & (2) standardize the refueling systems of U.S. fighter aircraft. This report focuses on additional actions that the Desert Storm experience suggest could further improve the efficiency & effectiveness of aerial refueling operations. Tables.
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Author: Richard B. Clark
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: storm, desert, power, air
Number of Pages: 99
Published: 1993-05-01
ISBN-10: 1568064462
ISBN-13: 9781568064468

Includes Saddam Hussein and Iraqi Air Power; The Air Force Mission; The big Lesson from Desert Storm Air Base Attacks; The New AFM 1-1; O Clubs; and Close Air Support. Black and white photos.
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: desert, operations, shield, storm, command, chemical, sand, army, armament, munitions, legacy
Number of Pages: 246
Published: 1993-01
ISBN-10: 0788104756
ISBN-13: 9780788104756

This historical overview uses personal interviews, memos, reports, & other official records to portray the Command's contribution & problem areas, with emphasis on logistical support; deployment of materiel, ammunition, & personnel, & production & procurement activities.
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Author: Henry L. Hinton, Jr.
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: medical, capability, achieved, army, full, desert, storm, operation
Number of Pages: 88
Published: 2001-08
ISBN-10: 0756713463
ISBN-13: 9780756713461

This report reviews the Armyąs effectiveness in deploying medical units to the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, including about 23,000 medical personnel and millions of dollars of medical materiel. It provides a detailed examination of whether: (1) the Army had experienced problems in identifying, mobilizing, and deploying medical personnel; (2) medical units had their required equipment supplies, and transportation support; and (3) medical units were able to evacuate and direct patients to appropriate hospitals. The report contains recommendations to the Secre
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Author: Michael P. Vriesenga
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: desert, support, shield, storm, officers, grade, sand, accounts, usaf, company, line
Number of Pages: 292
Published: 1994-03-01
ISBN-10: 1585660124
ISBN-13: 9781585660124

Captain Vriesenga presents a compilation of essays by 34 participants below the rank of major who contributed to the Gulf War. Their stories focus on such topics as deployment, organizational patterns of units, delegation of authority and responsibility, emotions and psychology of combat, the impact of combat losses, airfield construction, medical care, and aircraft preparations.
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Author: Nancy R. Kingsbury
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: desert, shield, storm, success, hamper, airlift, structural, problems, military
Number of Pages: 46
Published: 2005-06-01
ISBN-10: 0756746876
ISBN-13: 9780756746872

Provides information on the performance of the C-141 during Operation Desert Shield/Storm, its structural problems, and planned Air Force C-141 service life extension programs. The report was compiled in 1992, when the C-141, long considered the backbone of the Air Force零 strategic airlift fleet, was at the end of its originally designed service life. Although the Air Force had planned to conserve the aircraft零 remaining useful life by flying fewer hours and limiting the weight of cargo carried, Operation Desert Shield/Storm caused the Air Force to abandon its plan. During the Operation, t
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