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Air University Press releases Fall 2020 Air and Space Power Journal

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  • By Air University Press

The Fall 2020 Air and Space Power Journal, published by Air University Press, is available at

In this issue:

  • Information Warfare, Cyberspace Objectives, and the U.S. Air Force
  • Establishing a Space Profession within the U.S. Space Force
  • Off the Shelf: The Violent Nonstate Actor Drone Threat
  • Air, Space, and Cyberspace: Reinvigorating Defense of U.S. Critical Infrastructure
  • Redistributing Airpower for the Spectrum of Warfare
  • Minimum Force: Airborne Special Reconnaissance in War
  • Table Stakes of the Advanced Battle Management System

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