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Lessons From Libya Reveal Targeting Shortfall
May 02, 2012
Not everything in the Libyan campaign worked as planned. An emerging issue is the erosion of a fundamental U.S. Air Force skill — targeting — that surfaced in a recent Air Combat Command review. “As we conducted operations in Libya, we found we were running out of targeting capability,” says Lt. Gen...
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