Curtis E. LeMay USAF
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The coming revolution in networking will redefine the concept of sensor fusion.
Public Attitudes and Personal Sacrifices
We must provide our people with deserved recognition d adequate compensation for the sacrifices they a
The Ingredients of Effective Deterrence
The Air Force Chief of Staff points to a counterforce capability, the mixed strategic force needed to
Keeping Space Free
Space's impact may far outweigh the airplane's influence on conflict. Our defense planning must take t
The Air Force’s Future Environment: Thinking in New Dimensions
In the space age, Air Force policy and doctrine must take into account not only military questions but
The Ultimate Weapon is Foresight
While we wait for distinct signs that we are in fact making progress toward disarmament, we must conti
The US Air Force—Today and Tomorrow
Geographical and technological battlefields cover the world and characterize our times. The Communist challenge is an immensely broad one. Our flexible Air Force, prepared today and preparing for tomorrow, must be ready to meet every facet of this challenge. The...
Our First Priority: PEOPLE
In days of hypersonic rockets, supersonic aircraft, satellites, outer-space probes, we may tend to ove
SAC’s Readiness Is Our Peace Insurance Policy
For centuries it has been the job of the general to win wars. In the nuclear air age his job must be to prevent wars. There is good reason to believe that the military solution to the problem is relatively...
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