Air Power History book reviews: Spring 2014

The Air Force Historical Foundation’s acclaimed quarterly magazine, Air Power History, publishes an extensive collection of book reviews in every issue. A small sample of reviews, taken from the latest edition, are provided below.

These book reviews are available individually as PDF files, which can be accessed by clicking the titles.

Latest issue: Summer 2014

Grounded: The Case for Abolishing the United States Air Force By Robert M. Farley Reviewed by: Lt. Col. Tom Cooper

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We Served with Honor: Memoirs of the Men Who Served the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing By Linda Rios Bromley, James F. Bard, Jr., and Frank T. Hayes Reviewed by: Dr. Richard P Hallion

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