Power Plus Attitude
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Stand Alone Publication / Monograph
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Power Plus Attitude: Ideas, Strategy and Doctrine in the Royal Australian Air Force 1921-1991

Like any form of combat power, air power does not develop in isolation; nor is it static. Even
if there were no formal process linking its theoretical development and practical application
to other elements of national security, plainly it will remain responsive to a range of external
influences from the wider civil and military communities which combine to shape the
national security outlook.

By
Alan Stephens
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