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by Kenneth W. Allen

eBook China's Air Force Enters the 21st Century (Project Air Force) download ISBN: 0833016482
Author: Kenneth W. Allen
Publisher: Rand Publishing (July 5, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 249
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Category: History
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The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) does not constitute a credible offensive threat against the United . Allen, Kenneth . Glenn Krumel, and Jonathan D. Pollack, China’s Air Force Enters the 21st Century.

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) does not constitute a credible offensive threat against the United States or its Asian allies today, and this situation will not change dramatically over the coming decade. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 1995. org/pubs/monograph reports/MR580. Pollack, China’s Air Force Enters the 21st Century, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, MR-580-AF, 1995.

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China's Air Force Enters the 21st Century. By Kenneth W. Allen, Glenn Krumel, and Jonathan D. Pollack. One in a series of Rand monographs on air power around the world, this dense but informative volume sheds light not only on the People's Liberation Army Air Force, but also on the Chinese military more broadly.

The Air Force needs to reconceptualize how it thinks about 21st-century airpower.

As a solution, Benitez proposes that the Air Force reconsider and pare down its core competencies while reevaluating its broader identity. But what should those core competencies be? The Air Force needs to reconceptualize how it thinks about 21st-century airpower. In Balanced Airpower, Not Bombers, I proposed an alternative model for the service’s core missions.

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The authors maintain that the constrained strategic thinking in China about the role of airpower and force modernization will affect the ability of The Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force to become a credible offensive threat against the U.S. or its Asian allies.
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Washington
The authors have done fine job in highlighting the chinese aviation industry.This book details chinese advances to cover the large technological gap vis a vis the west and the U.S but also points out the inherent weaknesses in the present day avaiation industry. The strategic concept of Chinese AirForce is also well researched.Overall a good book for milatary enthusiast!
Whitesmasher
This book is simply amazing. Kenneth Allen is possibly the greatest Chinese Military analyst of all time, save Richard Bueschels. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in Chinese military policy and strategy.