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Doctrine (Maybe), Strategy (No), Will the Air Force Implement a Force Protection Program?

By James L. Lafrenz

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Title: Doctrine (Maybe), Strategy (No), Will the Air Force Implement a Force Protection Program?  
Author: James L. Lafrenz
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Air Force
Collections: Engineering, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Business Strategy, Military Science, Naval Science, Literature, History
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Publisher: Air University Press
Member Page: Air University Press

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Lafrenz, J. L. (n.d.). Doctrine (Maybe), Strategy (No), Will the Air Force Implement a Force Protection Program?. Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.us/


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In this study Mr. James Lafrenz, a civil engineer in the Department of the Air Force, notes that American global security policy requires expedient responses to war, to natural disasters, and to problems between thes e two extremes. The Air Force owns the assets to make these responses, but our response forces are “concrete dependent” airplanes need hard-surfaced runways from which to operate. And where there is concrete, there are usually buildings. Will these buildings collapse if attacked and subjected to blast loads? Are civil engineering forces trained to make rapid determinations about expedient protection at reasonable cost and within time limitations? Can the civil engineers successfully approach and perform search and rescue within a building that is subject to collapse?

 

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