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This study was written for the Historical Division, EUCOM, by a committee of former German officers. It follows an outline prepared by the Office of the Chief of Military History, Special Staff, United States Army, which is given below:

1. a. A review of German airborne experience in...read more

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This monograph describes the planmng and executlOn of airborne operations by the Army Air Forces in the European Theater durmg
WorId War n. Intended to serve as a case history of large-scale airborne operatlOns, it seeks to anaIyze and evaluate them as a basis
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The U.S. Army in 1940 was in the early stages of developing an airborne capability to exploit the vertical envelopment concept. That concept became reality in 1942 with the first airborne operation in North Africa. Although the first parachute drop contributed virtually nothing to the overall...read more

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This dissertation is an examination into the evolution of Britain’s airborne forces during World War Two and their participation in two of the most contentious battles that they were involved in, Operations Market Garden and Varsity. These airborne operations were mired in controversy at the...read more

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The air forces of a nation fly and fight in the air. Airborne forces, transported to battle through the air, are primarily trained to fight on and for the ground. U. S.  Army doctrine on the Tactics and Technique of Air-Borne Troops is set forth in Basic Field Manual FM 31 30, published May 20...read more

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