Air Power History
Air Power History chronicles the great campaigns, the leaders, the successes and the failures of air forces in the past. Eyewitness accounts and historical articles will capture your interest, issue after issue. Regular features will keep you up-to-date on new books, museum exhibits and meetings.
Latest issue: Fall 2013
The Fall 2013 edition of Air Power History is led by A.D. Harvey’s detailed examination titled “Air Power in Perspective,” which focuses on strategic bombing’s contribution to Allied victory during World War II.
Also in this issue is J. Norman Grim’s biography of “barnstormer and pilot extraordinaire” Lt. Col. Clifford Werly; an account of U.S. Air Force activities in Bosnia from 1992 to 1995, penned by Daniel L. Haulman; and Forrest L. Marion’s “Heroic Things: Air Force Special Tactics Personnel at Mogadishu” – which highlights several heroes who emerged from this challenging engagement in Somalia during October 1993.
In addition, the Fall 2013 issue includes the latest installment of Robert F. Dorr’s “History Mystery” column, 20 book reviews and a new message from Air Force Historical Foundation President Dale Meyerrose, (Maj. Gen., USAF, ret.)
Featured in this edition:
- “Air Warfare in Perspective”
- “Lt. Col. Clifford Werly, Barnstormer, Combat B-29 Pilot and Pilot Extraordinaire”
J. Norman Grim
- “The United States Air Force and Bosnia, 1992-1995”
Daniel L. Haulman
- “Heroic Things: Air Force Special Tactics Personnel at Mogadishu”
Forrest L. Marion
Air Force Historical Foundation members can access a full online version of this issue on a dedicated download page.
Read a selection of book reviews from this issue.