The Air Campaign
- Rapidly Halting an Armored Invasion: EFX '98 RAND Project AIR FORCE December 1997
- HALT PHASE STRATEGY: NEW WINE IN OLD SKINS. . . WITH POWERPOINT
Earl H. Tilford, Jr. US Army Strategic Studies Institute July 23, 1998
- SORTIE-RATE MODEL in Airbase Vulnerability to Conventional Cruise-Missile and Ballistic-Missile-Attacks John Stillian and David Orletsky - MR-1028-AF RAND, 1999 -- For a 24-hour aircraft flying a mission against a target 500 nautical miles (nmi) from its base with a cruise speed of 500 knots, the sortie rate would be 2.45 sorties per day. For 12-hour, "day or night only" aircraft (such as F-117s or A-10s), the sortie rate would be 2.0 sorties per day.
- ROK-US Combined Forces Command Publications 3-2.2, Air-Ground Operations - Korea 15 June 2002 [MSWORD 8 MB]
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