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D-day

.... Front, while the Western Allies gathered their resources and trained their forces. .... The allied air force also flew many reconnaissance missions over France in ....

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desert fox

.... large causalities on the allied forces the sheer number of men an equipment participating in the invasion and superiority of the allied air forces, far out ....

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Battle of the Bulge

.... Bastogne by December 29th. On the 26th the bad weather had cleared allowing the Allied air forces to come into play. Once this was part ....

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A Failure to Respond

.... The Allied air forces could have bombed and destroyed the gas chambers and crematories at the various death camps, such as Auschwitz. ....

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Battle of the Bulge

.... Hitler believed the dense forests and bad winter weather, which grounded the Allied air forces, could conceal this buildup. Hitler's ....

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DDay Thesis

.... they were so heavily outnumbered. That was a sign of one great job the Allied air forces had done. For two years the American bombers ....

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dday

.... they were so heavily outnumbered. That was a sign of one great job the Allied air forces had done. For two years the American bombers ....

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d day

.... they were so heavily outnumbered. That was a sign of one great job the Allied air forces had done. For two years the American bombers ....

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Impact of the P-51 Mustang

.... In the end, the way that the Allied air forces gained air superiority, which in turn won the war, was by destroying opposition. ....

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The Battle of the Bulge

.... the cold, rugged terrain, and the Christmas holiday would probably catch the Allied Forces by surprise. Hitler planned on lowering Allied air power and cutting ....

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The Iraq Crisis

.... By 26 February, Iraq had announced it was withdrawing its forces from Allied forces bombed them from the air, killing thousands in their vehicles on what ....

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DDay Success or Disaster

.... D-Day depended on three major things; Allied air and naval .... t seem to be of much concern, the allied bombers had .... place and to cripple the German forces once the ....

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D-Day Success or disaster

.... D-Day depended on three major things; Allied air and naval .... t seem to be of much concern, the allied bombers had .... place and to cripple the German forces once the ....

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pol

.... The majority of the allied tanks were medium armored tanks. .... At first the zero being more maneuverable dominated the air. "...US military forces gained their ....

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The Event of the Century DDay

.... United Kingdom, and Canada all entered the ranks of the Allied forces preparing for .... The prediction was for weather so bad that the air forces wouldn't be able ....

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Air Power and the Gulf War

.... wake of Desert Storm, many US Allied commanders doubted .... hindered the effectiveness of tactical air power to suppress and expel enemy ground forces (Hallion 117 ....

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The Decision to drop the Atomic Bomb

.... Atomic bomb, it is necessary to investigate the opinions of allied military officers .... The commanding general of the US Army Air Forces, Hap Arnold, stated in ....

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Messed

.... the enemy, drove him from strategically located bases, cut off his raw materials, and placed the allied forces in position to launch final air and amphibious ....

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Gulf War re-cap

.... uneven distribution of wealth from oil reserves to the allied nations (Bin .... Countries which contributed ships, air forces and medical units included Canada, Italy ....

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D-Day June 6, 1944

.... the air, the size of the forces landing along .... along the Atlantic Wall, Eisenhower and Air Marshall Tedder .... Plan which called for the Allied air force commanders ....

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D-Day June 6, 1944

.... the air, the size of the forces landing along .... along the Atlantic Wall, Eisenhower and Air Marshall Tedder .... Plan which called for the Allied air force commanders ....

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korea

.... Once Ichon honored using this, Chinese forces soldiers.1 a Korean and the him allied simultaneously pushed over of reinforced named took not Koreans air war. ....

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Operation Overlord

.... paratroopers behind German forces and supporting the soldiers on the beach, air support was crucial for the success the operation. Allied bombers, which were ....

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The Persian Gulf War

.... an uneven distribution of wealth from oil reserves to the allied nations. .... Countries which contributed ships, air forces and medical units included Canada, Italy ....

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None_Provided

.... paratroopers behind German forces and supporting the soldiers on the beach, air support was crucial for the success the operation. Allied bombers, which were ....

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None_Provided

.... paratroopers behind German forces and supporting the soldiers on the beach, air support was crucial for the success the operation. Allied bombers, which were ....

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Weapons of World War 2

.... Soon after this invention, Allied forces controlled most neutral airspace by .... With control of the skies, Ally forces turned to the RAF (Royal Air Force) of ....

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D-Day

.... sometimes involving sacrifice of Allied troops, agents or resistance forces in occupied .... Allied air, and sea superiority was a deciding factor of the invasion. ....

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D-Day

.... sometimes involving sacrifice of Allied troops, agents or resistance forces in occupied .... Allied air, and sea superiority was a deciding factor of the invasion. ....

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Kokoda Track

.... grew to an astounding amount of 10,000 front-line troops, despite Allied air attacks .... General BM Morris as commander of all Australian and US land forces in New ....

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