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rec.aviation.military Frequently Asked Questions (part 3 of 5)
Section - F.1. What good books are there on air combat?

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The definitive work on air combat manoeuvring (ACM) is generally believed
to be _Fighter Combat_ by Robert L Shaw (the full title is either _Fighter
Combat:  Tactics and Manoeuvring_ or _Fighter Combat:  The Art and Science
of Air-to-Air Warfare_, depending on which edition you have).  The book is
published by the US Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland (ISBN
1-85260-201-5).  It covers a wide range of mission profiles, engagements
(one-on-one to many-on-many), and weapon types.

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