In the past, the US Army fought on the battlefield with little worry about enemy aircraft. And in future conflicts, the Air Force and air defenders will keep many of the enemy airplanes off our backs. But the basic fact is that potential enemy air forces have more aircraft than we do. This manual contains training information for encountering air threats.
TC 23-44, June 1975, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 24 pages, illus., softcover