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air supremacy

That degree of air superiority in which the enemy air force is either nonexistent or incapable of effective interference with operations by one's own air, land, and maritime forces. This is the highest form of air superiority. See also air superiority and favorable air situation.
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For the past three decades, air dominance has been a key advantage for the US and its allies.
* Primary function: air dominance, multi-role fighter
We can, however, leverage the benefits of proactive safety programs to elevate our CAF mishap prevention to "The Next Level" in order to preserve combat power and provide air dominance to our Joint warfighters.
Today, after more than a decade of air dominance, the security situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating.
He added that Determination Storm's operations have achieved a lot of their goals in terms of absolute air dominance, preventing the Houthi militias from taking advantage of the ballistic missiles or using regular air forces of the Yemeni government, disruption of the movement of these forces and preventing them from traveling to the south of Yemen.
In the past, most Air Force airlift support concepts have presumed that transport aircraft would operate under the umbrella of American air dominance to reach the main bases used by the combat units they supported.
The allies had air dominance after destroying Hitler's air force.
Although typically called the Six-Day War, the conflict was decided with the achievement of air dominance. First reports of an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) mechanized advance was at Khan Youths at 0900, with armor duels against the Egyptian 7th Infantry Division.
In 2035 some states' integrated air defense systems will be able to find, fix, track, target, and engage our current air dominance aircraft.
Kak said, "The air force has the primary task of achieving 'air dominance' by which Pakistan's air force is put out of action allowing the army to act at will."
But President Obama is making it clear he's deadly serious about a radical shift from the 20th-century pattern of short-shrifting rail in favor of almost total, relentless auto, truck and air dominance.
Throughout its history, the Air Force has constantly re-invented itself to meet evolving threats--one of the primary reasons we have such air dominance today.