Abbreviations AFDD Air Force doctrine document ARGUS advanced remote ground unattended sensor C2 command and control CCD camouflage, concealment, and deception COIN counterinsurgency DOD Department of Defense DODD Department of Defense directive GEO geosynchronous Earth orbit IOP instrument of power ISR intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance JFC joint force commander JP joint publication JWS Joint Warfighting Space LEO low Earth orbit LOC line of communications NDS National Defense Strategy NSS National Security Strategy NSVI National Strategy for Victory in Iraq O&M operations and maintenance RAF Royal Air Force RHAF
Royal Hellenic Air Force S&R surveillance and reconnaissance SC sensor capability
Jean COTE, <<L'institution des donnes >>, RHAF
Faced with the German reluctance to sell current fighter and bomber models the RHAF turned to Italy.
114) The Me 109 and Me 210 agreements 0 stipulated that most aircraft built under license in Hungary were to be delivered to the Luftwaffe with the Hungarians retaining approximately one-third of production for the RHAF.
However, the RHAF performed adequately in the first year of the war as the Soviet Air Force also had mostly obsolete aircraft and in 1941 the RHAF managed to shoot down most of the Soviet aircraft that it encountered.
After the start of the war, the RHAF received a few modern German aircraft such as Do 17 bombers and He 111s for long-range reconnaissance.
Jean COTE, << L'institution des donnes >>, RHAF
Louise Dechene, La croissance de Montreal au XVIIIe siecle, RHAF, 27,2 (septembre 1973): 163-179.
Robert Tremblay, La formation materielle de la classe ouvriere a Montreal entre 1790 et 1830 , RHAF, 33,1 (juin 1979), 44.
Le passage de l'artisanat a la fabrique , RHAF, 31,2 (septembre 1977), 210.
Voir Gilles Paquet et Jean-Pierre Wallot, Le Canada au debut du XIXe siecle: une hypothese , RHAF, 25,1 (juin 1971), 42-43.
Lanthier, <<Financement et industrie en Maurice, 1900-1950>>, RHAF
, 40, 1, 1986: 29-50.