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By Commander William J. Luti, U.S. Navy
When state-of-the art technology is paired with sound doctrine, the results can be devastating to an adversary. Building on the success of Desert Storm, naval aviation must formulate an air-power doctrine that capitalizes on new war-fighting techniques and emerging technologies, to ensure its effectiveness in future air campaigns.