NATO's air campaign, whether by design or not, is entering its third phase--the destruction of the Yugoslav military in Kosovo. At first, a limited series of air strikes flown at night were expected to intimidate Yugoslavia's leadership. This having failed, operations were stepped up in an attempt to cut off the country's field forces. Despite long stretches of bad flying weather, three weeks of NATO bombing have shattered Yugoslav military communications, destroyed fuel production ...

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