TOC – RAF Air Power Review

As I have started over on the Birmingham “On War” site I am going to post TOCs for various journals. Of course here they will be air power specific.

First up is the Royal Air Force Air Power Review, which is the flagship publication of the RAF and comes out through the RAF Centre for Air Power Studies.

Autumm/Winter 2010, Vol. 13, No. 3

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton, Air & Space Power after the SDSR

Air Commodore (ret’d) Peter Gray, The Gloves Will Have To Come Off: A Reappraisal of the Legitimacy of the RAF Bomber Offensive Against Germany

Joel Hayward, “The Qu’ran and War: Observations on Islamic Just War”

Peter Lee, Christianity, the West and Just War in the Twenty-First Century

Group Captain Clive Blout, Prevention is better than Cure: What is the Utility of Air Power in Conflict Prevention?

Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Roe, ‘Pink’s War’ – Applying the Principles of Air Control to Waziristan, 9 March to 1 May 1925

Group Captain Alistair Byford, False Start: the Enduring Air Power Lessons of the Royal Air Force’s Campaign in Norway, April-June 1940

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