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AIRPArsenic and Iron Removal Plant (healthy water system)
AIRPAir Power (Air Force 'motivator')
AIRPAssociazione Italiana Ricostruttori Pneumatici (Italian: Italian Association of Tire Rebuilders; Bologna, Italy)
AIRPAmerican Institute for Radiologic Pathology (American College of Radiology; Reston, VA)
AIRPAmerican Indian Retention Program (student mentoring program)
AIRPArtist-in-Residence Program
AIRPAir Intake Recirculation and Purification
AIRPAircraft Instrumentation Research Program
AIRPAirborne Integration Route Planner
AIRPAssociation of Investor Relations Practitioners (Singapore)
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The roles for air power are unchanging; the technology evolves.
Dr Graham Cross will consider President Franklin D Roosevelt's thinking on air power in the transatlantic context at the event in room MC001 at the University's Wolverhampton City Campus.
In particular he will look at how the campaign taught the British Army the advantages and the Rebels the effectiveness of air power."
Beijing-based military analyst Li Jie said China felt an urgent need to boost its air power as neighbours upgraded their air forces.
Had the Japanese air power in Taiwan been destroyed or degraded, Bataan and Corregidor might have survived until reinforcement arrived.
During his talk on the topic 'Air Power in Pakistan's Counter-Terrorism Operations - Lessons Learned and Future Capacity-Building Requirements', the Air Chief highlighted the significant role of Pakistan Air Force in Zarb-e-Azb campaign.
During his talk on the topic 'Air Power in Pakistan's Counter-Terrorism Operations - Lessons Learned and Future Capacity-Building Requirements' the Air Chief highlighted the significant role of Pakistan Air Force in Zarb-e-Azb campaign.
Air Power is a book about technology and events, not people or theories.
"Air Warfare" delivers an up to date look at the strategy, and historiography of air power, as it explores the theories behind air power and looks at the political, legal and moral dimensions of the application of air power.
Alas, all this good news is tempered by the realities of today's wars where massive air power has been negated by the absence of reliable target spotters on the ground.
The Bolt from the Blue: Air Power in the Cycle of Strategies by Dr.