APRIL - JUNE 2022 - VOL. 10, ISSUE 2

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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Talk About Flying: Addressing Army Aviation's Unique Requirements
  • The Air Cavalry Leaders Course Model - Structural Changes in Aviation Professional Military Education
  • Transitioning to a Large-Scale Combat Operations Mindset, and the Power of Command Post Exercises

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

  • China's Tactical Air Defense
  • Leadership, Strategic Thinking and Tribalism
  • Utah National Guard's Advanced Aviation Tactics Event Bridges the Gap
  • Doctrine Update

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