Accession Number : ADA950059

Title :   Science Technology, and Warfare. The Proceedings of the Military History Symposium (3rd), United States Air Force Academy, 8-9 May 1969,


Personal Author(s) : Wright,Monte D. ; Paszek,Lawrence J.

Report Date : 1969

Pagination or Media Count : 237

Abstract : The Symposia are intended to serve a number of purposes. First, they provide a forum for scholars in military history, a field that has grown rapidly since World War II and one in which the Academy obviously has a special interest. Second, by bringing distinguished scholars to the Academy, the Symposia provide a link between the scholar and the military professional. At a time of serious internal stresses in American society, all such links are generally valuable. More prosaically, however, the Academy's history faculty is kept abreast of developments in their academic discipline, while cadets are encouraged to a continuing interest in the background of their chosen profession. Third, by the participation of historians who do not consider themselves primarily 'military' historians, but who are competent in areas that impinge on military affairs, the field of military history itself is enriched.

Descriptors :   *Military research, Weapons, Military equipment, Warfare, History, Military training, France, Operations research, Air Force, Navy

Subject Categories : Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE