Myths of the Gulf War

September 1998
Airpower Journal;Fall98, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p6
Academic Journal
Examines a number of assertions about the Gulf War and disputes conventional wisdom on the subject. Conventional image of Gulf War; Impact of Gulf War; Accomplishments of the four objectives for United States involvement in the Gulf War; Costs of the war.


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