Political Airpower, Part I: Say No to the No-Fly Zone

There is an old adage about shortcuts: If they worked, they would simply be called “the way.” For military strategy, any shortcuts come with significant penalties. This is applicable across multiple domains, and it is the reason that operational flexibility is valued so highly in conflict. Since before World War II, advocates have trumpeted airpower … Continue reading Political Airpower, Part I: Say No to the No-Fly Zone