Recapitalizing the Air Force Intellect: Essays on War, Airpower, and Military Education
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This collection of essays and speeches is the fruit of Prof. Drew’s 30 years at Air University, a career spent at the intellectual forefront of the Air Force. The topics range from the history of airpower doctrine, to the transformation of airpower after the Cold War, to the education of future airpower leaders. Not only does the republication of these essays—and the first publication of the speeches—provide an opportunity to look back at some of the key periods in airpower’s development, but also Drew’s sharp analysis and careful research illuminate important problems Airmen continue to face. The items are grouped into four parts or subject areas: Considering the Past—Contemplating the Future; The End of the Cold War; The Nature and Impact of Airpower; and Educating Airmen. As the title indicates, this collection can serve as a tool for intellectual renewal or “recapitalization” among Airmen by providing a historical context for current airpower issues and stimulating new thought about these issues.
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