Accession Number : ADP007493
Title : Interdiction Mission Planning and Co-ordination During the Gulf Conflict 17 Jan - 27 Feb 91,
Corporate Author : ROYAL AIR FORCE BRUGGEN (UNITED KINGDOM) COMBAT OPERATIONS CENTRE
Personal Author(s) : Mee, V. A. ; Goodman, P. J.
Report Date : MAR 1992
Pagination or Media Count : 5
Abstract : The Gulf Air War started for Royal Air Force Tornado GRl aircraft with the delivery of JP 233 weapons from low level at night. After sustaining unacceptable losses at low level, tactics changed to delivery of freefall 1000 lb bombs from medium level, at first by night and then by day. Accuracies, however, improved dramatically with the arrival in theatre of precision guided munitions.
Descriptors : *LOW LEVEL, *LOW ALTITUDE, *JET FIGHTERS, *WEAPON DELIVERY, AIR, AIR FORCE, AIRCRAFT, ARRIVAL, BOMBS, DAY, DELIVERY, GULFS, LOSSES, NIGHT, PRECISION, TORNADOES, WEAPONS, ATTACK, INTERDICTION, SYMPOSIA, NETHERLANDS, LESSONS LEARNED.
Subject Categories : Flight Control and Instrumentation
Attack and Fighter Aircraft
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE