Fallows, James
April 2002
Atlantic;Apr2002, Vol. 289 Issue 4, p28
The article discusses why the United States Air Force changed its tactics in the early days of the Afghan War. Ground and air forces began working together to direct bombings more efficiently. Reasons for the change include: improved strategy, infighting between the Army and Navy, and direct orders from Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.


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