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AFPAMAir Force Pamphlet (also AFP)
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The Air Force Pamphlet notes the greater strategic purposes behind the Law of Armed Conflict:
Both Naval Warfare Publication 1-14M and Air Force Pamphlet 110-31 enshrine traditional notions of honor and chivalry: "Dishonorable (treacherous) means, dishonorable expedients, and dishonorable conduct during armed conflict are forbidden." (78)
Army Field Manual 27-10 holds that soldiers must take all necessary precautions to spare cultural sites from bombardment, but they are also forbidden from targeting undefended "cities, towns, villages, dwellings, or buildings." (88) More explicitly, the Air Force Pamphlet notes that "protected buildings" are to be spared during bombardments "along with other civilian objects." (89) Thus, American troops have no greater obligation to spare a national museum than to spare a privately owned car dealership.
(12.) Air Force Pamphlet 36-2404, Guide to the USAF Officer Evaluation System (OES), 1 December 1996 [now obsolete].
(29.) Air Force Pamphlet 36-2506, You and Your Promotions: The Air Force Officer Promotion Program, 1 September 1997, 11, http://www.e-publishing.af.mil/shared/ media/epubs /AFPAM36-2506.pdf.
(4.) Air Force Pamphlet (AFP) 110-31, International Law: The Conduct of Armed Conflict and Air Operations, 19 November 1976, 15-6.
According to 50 Questions Every Airman Can Answer, a 1999 US Air Force pamphlet, "airpower is the fundamental ability to use aircraft to create military and political effects It is military power that maneuvers through the air while performing its mission." Although slightly dated, that basic definition still applies.
(4.) G-Awareness for Aircrew (Air Force Pamphlet 11-419, 1 Dec 99).
(20.) See Air Force Pamphlet (AFP) 50-2-26, Human Relations for the Air Force Manager, October 1965; AFP 50-2-27, Human Relations--Basic Concepts, October1962; AFP 50-2-28, pt.
Regulations, AFIs, Air Force pamphlets, policy guidance, and business rules are published and put in place to ensure that operations are conducted in accordance with public law; that the financial managers across the Air Force have rules to follow to ensure activities are accomplished in support of law and policy; that there is a reference point to ensure that everyone is implementing the rules the same way; and that there is guidance so that every individual knows what to do.
He is the author of two books, four Air Force pamphlets, has published many historical articles and has presented papers at more than a dozen historical conferences.
He is the author of two books four Air Force pamphlets, has published many historical articles and has presented papers at more than a dozen historical conferences.
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