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air power

The power that a nation derives from its ability to fly a vehicle, or to cause it to go through the medium of air or space, and to exploit in lesser or greater degree the complex relationship that results from this ability. A nation's air power consists of all the elements of air forces, including aircraft, infrastructure, radar, surface-to-air weapons, and personnel, as well as civil, private, and commercial aviation.
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I'm optimistic of what air power can do within what's in our control.
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American carrier air power at the dawn of a new century.
The aircraft's crew ultimately keeps ground troops safer by communicating with convoys and directing air power to quell the enemy.
Sixty-two years ago today a great example of the attributes of then just air power I think are instructive for us.
Yet the grand visions and the great expectations for air power that had so seized the imaginations of airmen and the public alike would for decades remain far removed from the grim realities of war and the prosaic limitations of technologies.