APJ

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AcronymDefinition
APJAstrophysical Journal
APJAsia Pacific Japan
APJAsia Pacific and Japan
APJAerospace Power Journal (USAF Air University)
APJAgent de Police Judiciaire (French: Judicial Police Officer)
APJAmerican Poetry Journal
APJAdministrative Patent Judge
APJAssociation Philippe Jabre (financial aid; Lebanon)
APJActa Paediatrica Japonica (Japanese pediatric journal)
APJAustralian Police Journal
APJAll Platform Journalist (multimedia reporting)
APJAssistant Presiding Judge
APJAcción Pastoral Juvenil (Guatemala Catholic youth group)
APJArchives of Pathology Journal
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Stephan, "Don't Go Downtown without Us: The Role of Aerospace Power in Joint Urban Operations," Aerospace Power Journal 14, no.
Since that time, the Air Force's professional journal has appeared under various other titles: Air University Review, Airpower Journal, Aerospace Power Journal, and, currently, Air and Space Power Journal (ASPJ).
The Spanish-language edition Aerospace Power Journal published his articles about Hispanic Americans in the Air Force as well as a series about Latin American and Hispanic American aviation pioneers.
Deptula, "Air Force Transformation: Past Present, and Future." Aerospace Power Journal. Fall 2001 [Online] Available:http://www.airpower.maxwell.
As several make clear in Aerospace Power Journal (Summer 2000) and elsewhere, they worry that the world's only superpower is losing the ability to use force effectively, thus encouraging foes and quite possibly costing many more lives.
Stephan, "Don't Go Downtown without Us: The Role of Joint Aerospace Power in Urban Operations," Aerospace Power Journal 14, no.
He has published other books and innumerable articles, some of which have appeared in ASPJ (formerly known as Air University Quarterly Review, Air University Review, Air power Journal, and Aerospace Power Journal).
He flew F-117s and A-10s in combat in the Middle East and in the Balkans and has published articles in the Strategic Review, Air Power History, and the Aerospace Power Journal.
(2.) "Fiftieth Anniversary of the Latin American editions of Aerospace Power Journal," Aerospace Power Journal 13, no.
All of the English issues of Air and Space Power Journal, Aerospace Power Journal, and Airpower Journal dating back to 1987 are available at http://www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil/ airchronicles/back.htm.
Within the last year, however, two indispensable works for the historian or fan of this area of World War II history have appeared: Russell Brown's Desert Warriors: Australian P-40 Pilots at War in the Middle East and North Africa, 1941-1943 (see my review in Aerospace Power Journal, winter 2001) and Kittyhawks over the Sands, both of which have set a new standard in this area of study.
Wilkes, "Silver Flag: A Concept for Operational Warfisre," Aerospace Power Journal 15, no.
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