US Air Strikes in the Middle East

By June 1, 2016News

A Quantitative Historical Comparison

In our latest white paper, Fairmont quantitatively analyzes US air strikes conducted in campaigns in the Middle East since the first Gulf War.  The “shock and awe” tactics of the early 1990s have given way to far fewer daily air sorties and weapons delivered in more recent conflicts.  Fairmont examines today’s military operations in the Middle East, the quantitative differences between Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan, the historical context of these air campaigns, and how various optempo scenarios will impact DoD funding and resource requirements.

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