31 Initiatives: A Study in Air Force - Army Cooperation, The by Richard G. Davis

By Richard G. Davis

For the prior 80 years the U.S. army institution has labored to combine air strength into its doctrine, method, strength constitution, and strategies to be able to maximize the nation's defense. This research by way of Dr. Richard Davis, ready for the workplace of Air strength background, highlights one point of this procedure, that of supplying the main powerful mixture of military and air forces to prosecute floor battle.

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L 9 The war also settled the armed helicopter issue once and for all. On September 7, 1965, after almost a year of heavy combat aided by makeshift armed helicopters, the first Army-designed attack helicopter prototype, the AH-1, made its initial flight. Four days later Secretary McNamara informed the Air Force Secretary, Eugene M. Zuckert, that any aircraft operating in the battle zone should be armed, not only for self-defense, but also to contribute to the success of operations in the manner best fitted to the aircraft's mission.

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Consequently, the joint agreements embodied in the attached initiatives will be updated and reviewed by the services annually to confirm their continued advisability, feasibility and We will expand this MOA (and adequacy. attachments) to include future joint initiatives as appropriate. Because of the sweeping nature of some of the Initiatives, and of their stated intention of having the process continued, the Chiefs instructed the group to present the results to the Secretary of Defense, the JCS, the unified and specified commanders, commanders of the services' major commands, and selected members of congressional committees on armed services and appropriations.

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