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Part I: The First World War and the Inter-war Years 1 Learning in Real Time: The Development and Implementation of Air Power in the First World War Tami Biddle 2 Achieving Air Ascendancy: Challenge and Response in British Strategic Air Defence, 1915-40 John Ferris 3 The Royal Naval Air Service: A Very Modern Service Christina J. M. Goulter 4 The Luftwaffe and Lessons Learned in the Spanish Civil War James S. Corum Part II: The Second World War 5 The Second World War as a Turning Point in Air Power Richard P Hallion 6 Maritime Air Power and the Second World War: Britain, the USA and Japan John Buckley 7 A Neglected Turning Point in Air Power History: Air Power and the Fall of France Stuart W. Peach 8 'Learning is Winning': Soviet Air Power Doctrine, 1935-41 James Sterret 9 The Development of Tactical Air Doctrine in North Africa, 1940-43 Brad Gladman 10 Logistics Doctrine and the Impact of War: The Royal Air Force's Experience in the Second World War Peter Dye 11 Australia and the War in the Pacific, 1942-45 Ian MacFarling Part III: The Gulf War 1991 12 Planning the Air Campaign: The Washington Perspective Diane Putney 13 The 1991 Bombing of Baghdad: Air Power Theory vs Iraqi Realities John Andreas Olsen 14 The Gulf War and UK Air Power Doctrine and Practice Sebastian Cox and Sebastian Ritchie Part IV: Air Power in Regional Conflict 15 Solidifying The Foundation: Vietnam's Impact on the Basic Doctrine of the US Air Force Mark Clodfelter 16 Air Power Victorious? Britain and NATO Strategy during the Kosovo Conflict Sebastian Ritchie 17 The Balkans: An Air Power Basket Case? Peter W. Gray