Combat Air

Some articles on combat air, air:

F-14 Tomcat Operational History - U.S. Navy Service - The Persian Gulf War (1990-1991)
... See also Gulf War Tomcats performed combat air patrols in protection of U.S ... to the theater did so initially under the protection of naval air cover ... for attack aircraft, long range defense of ships, combat air patrols and performed tactical reconnaissance missions with TARPS ...
128th Air Refueling Wing - History - Global War On Terrorism
... the 128 ARW was tasked to provide aerial refueling support for the countless fighter combat air patrols performed over major U.S ... The highest sortie production occurred in November when fighter combat air patrols occurred every four hours over most of the major U.S ... aircraft and personnel to Spain to support combat air operations from late Sep 01 until the spring of 2002 ...
Torpedo Bomber - Tactics
... During a torpedo run, the attacking aircraft were easy targets for defending fighters from a combat air patrol ... Usually, combat air patrols and anti-aircraft fire quickly broke up approaching plane formations, after which each aircraft was on its own ... exemplified at the Battles of Midway where the Air Group Eight's dive bombers missed the Japanese carriers ...
191st Air Refueling Squadron - History - Utah Air National Guard - Global War On Terrorism
... to provide aerial refueling support for the countless fighter combat air patrols performed over major U.S ... The highest sortie production occurred in November when fighter combat air patrols occurred every four hours over most of the major U.S ... Freedom (OEF), deploying aircraft and personnel to Spain to support combat air operations from late Sep 2001 until the spring of 2002 ...

Famous quotes containing the words air and/or combat:

    Conservatism, ever more timorous and narrow, disgusts the children, and drives them for a mouthful of fresh air into radicalism.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    In any combat between a rogue and a fool the sympathy of mankind is always with the rogue.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)